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Finding Aid for the John Clough Papers, circa 1959-2002

Mus. Arc. 14

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Collection Overview

Title: John Clough Papers, circa 1959-2002
Collection Number: Mus. Arc. 14
Creator: Clough, John (John L.)
Extent: 17 boxes (407 folders)
Language of Material: Collection material in English.
Repository: State University of New York at Buffalo. Music Library
Abstract: Chiefly secondary materials such as articles and symposium papers collected by John Clough, many with correspondence.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Specified item], John Clough Papers, circa 1959-2002, Music Library, The State University of New York at Buffalo.

Acquisition Information

Gift of the estate of John Clough, 2003.

Terms of Access

Materials can be examined by qualified researchers in the Music Library during hours of operation during which Music Librarians are present. In order to insure access, researchers are advised to contact the Music Library in advance of visits.

Copyright

Copyright for the materials in the collection does not reside with the Music Library. Therefore, patrons wishing to publish any item, or part of an item from this collection for any purpose, are responsible for securing requisite permissions.

Processing Information

Processed by John Bewley.

Accruals and Additions

No further accruals are expected to this collection.


Biographical Note

John Clough was born in Dover, Delaware in 1930. He graduated from Dover High School in 1947, earned his bachelor's degree in music at Oberlin College Conservatory of Music and earned his Master's degree in music at Yale University in 1955. He taught at Oberlin 1955-70 and at the University of Michigan 1970-81. He was the Slee Professor of Music Theory at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York from 1981 until his retirement in 2002.

John Clough was one of the major music theorists during the second half of the twentieth century. He produced two music theory text books: Scales, Intervals, Keys, and Triads (1964; expanded edition, 1983; 3rd edition, 1999) and Basic Harmonic Progressions (1984). Clough was also the author of at least eighteen published articles, seven published reviews, and more than two dozen conference papers and lectures. He served as editor of Music Theory Spectrum 1985-55 and on the editorial boards of The Journal of Music Theory and Music Theory Online. His special area of expertise was the interaction of music and mathematics. His influence in the field of music theory extends beyond his own research and findings. He also shaped the field through his teaching and support he demonstrated for the work of other colleagues.

John Clough died September 3, 2003 in Knoxville, Tennessee.


Scope and Content Note

The collection comprises 407 folders in 17 boxes. The majority of the material (296 folders) consists of writings by authors in the field in which John Clough specialized: mathematics as it applies to music. Many of the articles and papers are accompanied by notes or correspondence by John Clough or other scholars. The group of scholars represented in the collection includes noted music theorists, Etyan Agmon, Jay Rahn, David Lewin, David Clampitt, Stephen Soderberg, Jack Douthett, Charles J. Smith, Norman Carey, John Chalmers, Richard Cohn, and many others. The collection also includes Clough's own writings, research notes, and musical analyses.

Correspondence in the collection is almost entirely work-related and very subject-specific. Therefore, correspondence located with articles was left with the article rather than creating a separate correspondence series. Folders that contain only correspondence have been placed in the same series with articles by other authors. These correspondence folders are placed before any other folders of items by the same author. As a result, it is important to note that correspondence by any single author may be scattered throughout many folders in the collection. John Clough's original subject-oriented arrangement was deemed more significant than collation by personal name.



Container List

Box Folder Contents
1 1 Résumé, circa 1990
II.A    Articles and lectures (some with commentary by others), 1979-2002
Folders 2-16
Arranged alphabetically by title. Some folders contain notes and correspondence with others.
Box Folder Contents
1 2
“Aspects of diatonic sets” In Journal of Music Theory, 23:1, 1979
1 3
Chord personality profiles: the exclusion relation
Lecture, 17 March 1981, with notes, illustrations, and notes
1 4
Diatonic interval sets
Commentary from Jay Rahn
1 5
“Diatonic interval sets and transformational structures ”
Reprint from Perspectives of New Music Fall-Winter 1979
1 6
“Diatonic trichords in two pieces from Kurtág's Kafka-Fragmente: a neo-Riemannian approach ”
Offprint from Studia Musicologica Academiae Scientarium Hungaricae 43:3-4, 2002
1 7
An example of diatonic hierarchy in Beethoven's Symphony no. 5 in C minor, second movement
Lecture, 30 April 1981, University at Buffalo
1 8
Game of triad
Originally housed in Folder 15 with Some unstudied diatonic structures in classical music
1 9
Interval circles
Lecture, 2 May 1990, University at Buffalo
1 10
Motivic shape in the late string quartets of Beethoven
Typescript with annotations, January 1982
1 11
Music and mathematics
Lecture, 11 March 1980, University of Michigan
1 12
Music and mathematics: some recent connections
Lecture, 24 February 1994, Mt. Holyoke College
1 13
A new theorem of the diatonic set
Lecture, with illustrations and annotations, 25 April 1984, University at Buffalo
1 14
Scale theory, finger exercises, and ear training
Lecture, 31 October 1987, Music Teachers' National Association Meeting, Buffalo
1 15
Some unstudied diatonic structures in classical music

Examples only

1 16
Trichords and transformations in two pieces from György Kurtág's Kafka-Fragments
Version of paper presented at Buffalo Symposium on Neo-Riemannian Theory, 20-21 July 2001, with notes, examples, and correspondence.
II.B    Writings with others, 1981-2000
Folder 17-21
Arranged alphabetically by co-author names, then by title. Some folders contain notes or correspondence.
Box Folder Contents
1 17
Douthett, Jack
Hyperscales and the generalized tetrachord

The article itself is not included. Two readers' reports and notes. The article was published in Journal of Music Theory 41:1, Spring 1997.

1 18
Douthett, Jack
Maximally even sets

Includes version presented in October 1989, with examples and notes.

1 19
Douthett, Jack, and Krantz, Richard
Maximally even sets: a discovery in mathematical music theory is found to apply in physics

Different versions of the text, with older title, Music, mathematics, and magnetic ordering. Includes correspondence and notes for revisions, 1996-2000.

1 20
Ehrenkreutz, Stefan
Diatonic hierarchies in tonal music

Partial draft, with examples for 29 October 1981 presentation, notes, and correspondence.

2 21
Myerson, Gerald
Variety and multiplicity in diatonic systems

Includes preliminary form under Clough's name alone, titled Chord structure and multiplicity in embedded diatonic systems. Also submitted as Musical scales and the generalized circle of fifths to American Mathematical Monthly, a version for scientists.

II.C    Analyses: pre-20th century, undated
Folder 22-31
Arranged alphabetically by name of composer, with miscellaneous folder at end of sequence.
Box Folder Contents
2 22
18th century counterpoint (chiefly Johann Sebastian Bach)
2 23
Beethoven, Ludwig van
2 24
Brahms, Johannes
2 25
Chopin, Frédéric
2 26
Haydn, Joseph
2 27
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
2 28
Schubert, Franz
2 29
Schumann, Robert
2 30
Wagner, Richard
2 31
Pre-20th century miscellaneous
II.D    Analyses: 20th century, undated
Folder 32-52
Arranged alphabetically by name of composer, with miscellaneous folder at end of sequence.
Box Folder Contents
3 32
Babbitt, Milton
3 33
Barber, Samuel
3 34
Bartók, Béla
3 35
Berg, Alban
3 36
Capers, Valerie
3 37
Coltrane, John
3 38
Dallapiccola, Luigi
3 39
Debussy, Claude
3 40
Hindemith, Paul
3 41
Messiaen, Olivier
3 42
Reich, Steve
3 43
Schoenberg, Arnold - General
3 44
Schoenberg, Arnold - Op. 33a, 33b
3 45
Schoenberg, Arnold - Moses und Aron
3 46
Scriabin, Aleksandr Nikolayevich
4 47
Stravinsky, Igor
4 48
Webern, Anton von - Op. 22
4 49
Webern, Anton von - Op. 24
4 50
Webern, Anton von - Op. 29
4 51
Webern, Anton von - Collected
4 52
20th century - Miscellaneous
III.    Research notes, 1959-1999
Folders 53-71

Arranged alphabetically by folder title. Extent of contents varies, including articles, clippings, notes, and correspondence.

Box Folder Contents
5 53 Change ringing

Articles by Arthur White

5 54 Concentric circle problem

6 leaves, no date

5 55 Diatonic interval cycles and hierarchical structure

Reviews of Clough's article, notes, and correspondence with Jay Rahn, David Lewin, Gerald Myerson, 1989-1990

5 56 Indian scales

Notes and correspondence with Jack Douthett, Lewis Rowell

5 57 Indian scales, part 2

Articles by Lewis Rowell: How universal is the idea of mode? Evidence from Asia ; Scale and mode in ancient Tamil music literature; The origin of the Indian 22-tone system by Mieczyslaw Kolinski (1961); Pitch-class techniques, the pure fifth, and the East Indian grama family by Jack Douthett (Aug. 1982) With notes by John Clough, correspondence with Jack Douthett, Lewis Rowell, and Jay Rahn

5 58 Kurtág research

Notes, clippings, articles, and correspondence

5 59 Long-range plans, etc.
5 60 Microtonality

Collection of articles and papers by Chris Mohr, John Chalmers, Richard Sanford, and Jim Horton

5 61 Music and mathematics, etc.

Correspondence with David Clampitt and Jack Douthett, 1988-1991

5 62 Number theory at University of Michigan

March 1979 issue of Research News: Pure mathematics: problems and prospects in number theory

5 63 Positional evenness
5 64 Projects in diatonic theory and evenness
5 65 Research notes 1
5 66 Research notes 2
6 67 Research notes - Summer 1959
6 68 Scales, sets, and interval cycles: a taxonomy

Residual notes for article printed in Music Theory Spectrum 21:1, Spring 1999

6 69 Science and art

Clippings

6 70 Set theory - miscellaneous
6 71 Wong proof (x set) ; Clough proof (hex theorem)
IV.    Articles and papers by other authors, 1960-2000
Folders 72-368

Arranged alphabetically by author names. Folders containing only correspondence are filed before other entries for an author. Many articles or papers also include correspondence specifically related to that paper. Some folders contain only the handouts or examples used with a presentation rather than the entire paper. Papers by unidentified authors are at the end of the sequence, arranged alphabetically by title.

Box Folder Contents
6 72 Agmon, Etyan , 1988-1995

Correspondence, 14 items

6 73 Agmon, Etyan , 1992

Categories and prototypes in music: diatonic intonation and functional harmony. Handout Paper for Society for Music Theory 15th Annual Meeting

6 74 Agmon, Etyan , 1989

A mathematical model of the diatonic system, In Journal of Music Theory 33:1, 1989. Incomplete photocopy of typescript, two printed copies, and comments.

6 75 Agmon, Etyan , 1990

Music theory as a cognitive science: some conceptual and methodological issues, In Music Perception 7:3, Spring 1990

6 76 Agmon, Etyan , 1991

Towards a diatonic theory of intonation. Two versions: Photocopy of typescript, presented at meeting of the European Society for the Cognitive Science of Music, Oct. 1991; Reprint from Interface 22, 1993.

6 77 Agmon, Etyan , 1996

When formal truths are intuitively problematic: inversional equivalence, distance, and the normed space.

6 78 Agmon, Etyan and Ramat-Gan, 1991

Linear transformations between cyclically generated chords , In Musikometria 3, 1991

6 79 Ahn, So-Yung , circa 2002

Dissertation materials

6 80 Alegant, Brian, 1995

Correspondence and notes

6 81 Alegant, Brian, undated

Generalizing twelve-tone combinatoriality

6 82 Alegant, Brian, undated

Programs for the enumeration and analysis of twelve-tone mosaics

6 83 Alegant, Brian, undated

Six of one half a dozen of the other: partitions and Milton Babbitt's Sextets

6 84 Alegant, Brian, 1996

When even becomes odd: a partitional approach to inversion . Paper Paper for Society for Music Theory Meeting, 1996

6 85 Alegant, Brian and McLean, Don, 1995

On the nature of enlargement. Paper for Society for Music Theory Meeting, November 4, 1995

6 86 Alpern, Wayne, 1996

Minimum aggregate partitions: mapping timepoints in Babbitt's third and fourth string quartets. Paper for Society for Music Theory Meeting, November 2, 1996

6 87 Althius, Theo. A., 2000

Mathematical structures in atonal music. Master's thesis, Feb. 2000

6 88 Balzano, Gerald J., 1980

“The group-theoretic description of 12-fold and microtonal pitch systems ”, In Computer Music Journal 4:4, Winter 1980

6 89 Balzano, Gerald J., 1982

“The pitch set as a level of description for studying musical pitch perception ”, In Music, Mind, and Brain: the neuropsychology of music, 1982

6 90 Barbaud, Pierre, 1993

Vademecum de l'ingénieur en musique, 1993. Chapter 3. Triades at Accords

6 91 Bass, Richard, 2000

Half-diminished functions and transformations in late-Romantic music. Examples, 2000?

6 92 Berry, David Carson, 1995

The exclusion quotient. With correspondence.

6 93 Bier, Carol, 1992

“Elements of plane symmetry in Oriental carpets ”, In Textile Museum Journal, 1992

6 94 Blau, Stephen K., 1999

“The hexachordal theorem: a mathematical look at interval relations in twelve-tone composition ”, In Mathematics Magazine 72:4, Oct. 1999

6 95 Boge, Claire, 1991

Correspondence

6 96 Boge, Claire, 1988

Idea and analysis: aspects of unification in musical explanation , 1988

6 97 Boge, Claire, 1991

Poetic analysis and the musical experience. Paper presented at Music Theory Midwest Meeting, May 17, 1991

7 98 Bombieri, Enrico, 1992

“Prime territory: exploring the infinite landscape at the base of the number system ”, In The Sciences, September/October 1992

7 99 Browne, Richmond, 1981

“Tonal implications of the diatonic set ”, In In Theory Only 5:6-7, 1981

7 100 Buchler, Michael, 1995

An alternative to the interval-class vector and its use in relating abstract pitch-class sets. Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, November 3, 1995

7 101 Buchler, Michael, 1997

A cycle-based system for relating pitch-class sets. Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, 1997

7 102 Buchler, Michael, 1999

Scale-step sequences in tonal music. Paper presented at Music Theory Midwest Meeting, May 14, 1999

7 103 Cambouropoulos, Emilios, 1996

“A general pitch interval representation: theory and applications”. Reprint from Journal of New Music Research 25, 1996

7 104 Cambouropoulos, Emilios, 1997

Unscramble: a new unsupervised symbolic machine learning algorithm - excerpt. March 1997

7 105 Capuzzo, Guy, 2000

CUP spaces in post-tonal music. Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, November 5, 2000

7 106 Capuzzo, Guy, 1997

Pitch space ordering types in the recent solo music of Elliott Carter. Paper presented at Music Theory Society of New York State Meeting, April 13, 1997

7 107 Carey, Norman, 2000

Correspondence, 1 item

7 108 Carey, Norman, 1992

Amarantha. Composition with correspondence

7 109 Carey, Norman, 2000

Coherence and failure: a general theory of ambiguity and contradiction. Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, November 5, 2000

7 110 Carey, Norman, 1995

Generic ordering in well-formed scales. With correspondence

7 111 Carey, Norman, 1992

Illustrations for lecture, University at Buffalo, October 26, 1992

7 112 Carey, Norman, 1992

The ordering of generic intervals in well-formed scales.

7 113 Carey, Norman, 1992

Well-formed scales and the invariant generator.

7 114 Carey, Norman and Clampitt, David, 1989

“Aspects of well-formed scales ”, In Music Theory Spectrum 11:2, 1989

7 115 Carey, Norman and Clampitt, David, 1987

Pythagorean scales and the Nicomachus triangle.

7 116 Carey, Norman and Clampitt, David, 1991

Regions: a theory of tonal spaces in early Medieval treatises.

7 117 Carey, Norman and Clampitt, David, 1986

Structural properties of musical scales.

7 118 Carey, Norman and Clampitt, David, undated

Two theorems concerning rational approximations.

7 119 Chailley, J., 1960

“Essai analytique sur la formation de l'octoechos latin ”, In Essays presented to Egon Wellesz, 1960

7 120 Chalmers, John H., 1994-1997

Correspondence

7 121 Chalmers, John H., 1992

Construction and harmonization of microtonal scales in non-twelve-tone equal temperaments. With copy in Italian

7 122 Chalmers, John H., 1975

Cyclic scales.

7 123 Chalmers, John H., undated

Music and geometry.

7 124 Chalmers, John H., undated

Tritriadic scales with seven tones.

7 125 Chalmers, John H., 1986

Tritriadic scales with seven tones, Part Two: derived forms and structural properties.

7 126 Chalmers, John H., undated

Tritriadic scales with seven tones, Part Three: The M-T and D-M matrices

7 127 Chalmers, John H. and Wilson, Ervin M., 1982

Combination product sets and other harmonic and melodic structures.

7 128 Clampitt, David, 1988-1991

Correspondence, 6 items

7 129 Clampitt, David, 1994-1996

Correspondence with Richard Cohn and David Lewin, 3 items

7 130 Clampitt, David, 1996

Alternative interpretations of some measures from Parsifal .

7 131 Clampitt, David, 2000

Aspects of taxonomic and transformational music theories . Examples, March 16, 2000

7 132 Clampitt, David, 1999

Brahms paper. Fall 1999

7 133 Clampitt, David, 1992

Lumpiness is orthogonal to smoothness. Examples, March 18, 1992

7 134 Clampitt, David, undated

Maximally even sets summary

7 135 Clampitt, David, 1992

nlog23.

8 136 Clampitt, David, 1992

Notes on Pythagorean tuning and well-formed scales. 6 NOvember 1992

8 137 Clampitt, David, 1997

Ramsey theory, unary transformations, and Webern's op. 5, no. 4.

8 138 Clampitt, David, 1992

Recent diatonic theory and the Scholia Enchiriadis. October 1992

8 139 Clampitt, David, 1996

Riemann groups. 1 December 1996

8 140 Clampitt, David, 1994

Some refinements on the three gap theorem with applications to music. Paper presented at International Symposium on Music and Mathematics, May 29-30, 1994

8 141 Clampitt, David, 1997

Structural and transformational properties of pairwise well-formed scales. Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, October 1997

8 142 Cohn, Richard, 1995

Correspondence, 4 items between Clough, Cohn, Jack Douthett, David Clampitt, and David Lewin; with other examples

8 143 Cohn, Richard, 1998

Brahms's complex hemiolas. October 1998

8 144 Cohn, Richard, 1996

“Maximally smooth cycles, hexatonic systems, and the analysis of late-Romantic triadic progressions ”, In Music analysis 15:1, March 1996

8 145 Cohn, Richard, 1993

“Metric and hypermetric dissonance in the Menuetto of Mozart's Symphony in G Minor, K. 550 ”, In Intégral 6, 1993

8 146 Cohn, Richard, 1998

“Music theory's new pedagogability ”, In Music Theory Online 4:2, 1998

8 147 Cohn, Richard, 1997

“Neo-Riemannian operations, parsimonious trichords, and their Tonnetz representations ”, In Journal of Music Theory 41:1, 1997

8 148 Cohn, Richard, 1994-1998

The over-determined triad: a group-theoretic approach to chromatic harmony. Book prospectus, 1994, 1998

8 149 Cohn, Richard, 1992-1993

P-related sets. With correspondence, including with Paul Ishihara

8 150 Cohn, Richard, 1991

“Properties and generability of transpositionally invariant sets ”, In Journal of Music Theory 35, 1991

8 151 Cohn, Richard, 1992

Thematicized hemiolas, rhythmic normalization, and the metric consonance/dissonance metaphor. Examples for paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, October 18, 1992

8 152 Cohn, Richard, 1992

“Transpositional combination of beat-class sets in Steve Reich's phase-shifting music (with earlier version) ”, In Perpspectives of New Music 30:2, Summer 1992. Earlier working title: Teleology, craft, tradition, and analysis in a minimalist context: transpositional combination of beat-class sets in Steve Reich's phase-shifting music.

8 153 Corless, Robert M., 1992

“Continued fractions and chaos ”, In American Mathematical Monthly 99:3, March 1992

8 154 Cuciurean, John, 1994

Properties of equal-tempered microtonal scales in Easley Blackwood's 12 Microtonal etudes, op. 28.. 14 December 1994

8 155 Dembski, Stephen, 1989

Steps and skips from content and order: aspects of a generalized step-class system. With correspondence (1 item) to Clough.

8 156 Derrick, William; Eidswick, Jack, 1995

“Continued fractions, Chebychev polynomials, and chaos ”, In American Mathematical Monthly 102:4, April 1995

8 157 Douthett, Jack, 1989-1999

Correspondence and miscellaneous notes, 18 items

8 158 Douthett, Jack, 1992

Correspondence on Knuth problem

8 159 Douthett, Jack, 1992-1993

Correspondence on Pn relations

9 160 Douthett, Jack, undated

An approach to ETS theory. Lecture notes

9 161 Douthett, Jack, 1994

Boolean rings.

9 162 Douthett, Jack, November 1992

Circular distribution and measurements.

9 163 Douthett, Jack, 1989

Combinatorial properties of diatonic scale theory. Lecture notes

9 164 Douthett, Jack, undated

Floor functions and maximally even sets and configurations.

9 165 Douthett, Jack, undated

Formal mathematical intervallic notation.

9 166 Douthett, Jack, 1994

Inversion graphs.

9 167 Douthett, Jack, undated

Iterated symmetry and the dynamics of voice leading.

9 168 Douthett, Jack, 1988

Me and music.

9 169 Douthett, Jack, 1994

P-relations. Addressed to Richard Cohn

9 170 Douthett, Jack, 1993

Pn-relations and scale theory.

9 171 Douthett, Jack, undated

A perceptual approach to the metastructure of music.

9 172 Douthett, Jack, 1992

Pitch-class techniques, the pure fifth, and the East Indian grama family.

9 173 Douthett, Jack, 1983

Set properties of the series type used in Webern's Concerto for Nine Instruments, op. 24.

9 174 Douthett, Jack, 1997

3-dimensional tiling. 29 October 1997

9 175 Douthett, Jack, 1994

The twin primes problem and musical scales and chords (MP, CV, and twin primes).

9 176 Douthett, Jack, July 1996

The 2-dimensional antiferromagnetic Ising model.

9 177 Douthett, Jack, 1991-1996

[Wheels and maximally even sets]. Pencil ms., 5 June 1991. Typescript, 26 June 1996

9 178 Douthett, Jack and Block, Steven, undated

Vector products and intervallic weighting.

9 179 Douthett, Jack and Entringer, Roger and Krantz, Richard, 1999

Tuning and continued fractions.

9 180 Douthett, Jack and Entringer, Roger and Mullhaupt, Andrew, 1992

Musical scale construction: the continued fraction compromise.

9 181 Douthett, Jack and Krantz, Richard, 2000

“Construction and interpretation of equal-tempered scales using frequency ratios, maximally even sets, and P-cycles ”, In Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 107:5, May 2000

9 182 Douthett, Jack and Krantz, Richard, 1996

“Energy extremes and spin configurations for the one-dimensional antiferromagnetic Ising model with arbitrary-range interaction ”, In Journal of Mathematical Physics 37:7, July 1996

9 183 Douthett, Jack and Krantz, Richard, 1993

A measure of the reasonableness of equal-tempered musical scales.

9 184 Douthett, Jack, Krantz, Richard and Doty, Steven D., 1997

Maximally even sets and the devil's staircase phase diagram for the one-dimensional Ising antiferromagnet with arbitrary-range interaction .

9 185 Dubiel, Joseph, undated

Function, explanation, and interpretation.

9 186 Dugger, Ed, July 27 1990

Correspondence, 1 item

9 187 Dunne, Edward, 1999

Pianos and continued fractions. Paper presented at American Mathematical Society Meeting, January 10 1999

9 188 Engebretsen, Nora, December 1994

Some comments on the generation of certain scales with multiple constraints. Notes from John Clough, David Clampitt, and Engebretsen; article itself not included . Originally in folder with residual notes for Scales, sets, and interval cycles: a taxonomy.

9 189 Erlich, Paul, 1997

Tuning, tonality, and twenty-two-tone temperament. With correspondence, 15 items

9 190 Forte, Allen, 1988

“Pitch-class set genera and the origin of modern harmonic species ”, In Journal of Music Theory 32:2, Fall 1988

9 191 Foulkes-Levy, Laurdella, undated

LFB: Diatonic theory notes.

9 192 Foulkes-Levy, Laurdella, undated

Three categories of chord connection and their interactions with harmonic activity and musical form.

9 193 Fraenkel, Aviezri S., 1969

“The bracket function and complementary sets of integers ”, In Canadian Journal of Mathematics, 1969

9 194 Fuller, Sarah, undated

Examples for Fuller: "Defending the Dodecachordon" . Written by Clough

10 195 Gamer, Carlton, 1967

Deep scales and difference sets in equal-tempered systems . American Society of University Composers: Proceedings of the annual conference. II (1967). With accompanying notes by Clough

10 196 Gamer, Carlton, 1981

“Et setera: some temperamental speculations ”, In Music Theory: special topics, 1981

10 197 Gamer, Carlton, 1967

“Some combinatorial resources of equal-tempered systems ”, In Journal of Music Theory 11:1, Spring 1967

10 198 Gamer, Carlton, Roeder, David W., and Watkins, John J., 1985

“Trapezoidal numbers ”, In Mathematics Magazine 58:2, March 1985

10 199 Gamer, Carlton and Wilson, Robin J., 1983

“Musical block designs ”, In Ars combinatorial 16-A, 1983

10 200 Gauldin, Robert, 1983

“The cycle-7 complex: relations of diatonic set theory to the evolution of ancient tonal systems ”, In Music Theory Spectrum 5, Spring 1983

10 201 George, Thomas F., 1991

Clusters and microstructures.

10 202 George, Thomas F., undated

Derivation of the model

10 203 George, Thomas F. and Jelski, Daniel A., 1988

“Clusters: link between molecules and solids ”, In Journal of Chemical Education 65, October 1988

10 204 George, Thomas F., Jelski, Daniel A. and Wu, Z. C., 1987

“Vibrational motions of Buckminsterfullerene ”, In Chemical Physics Letters 137:3, 12 June 1987

10 205 George, Thomas F., Wang, Youqi, Lindsay, D. M., and Beri, A. C., 1987

“The Hückel model for small metal clusters. I. Geometry, stability and relationship to graph theory ”, In Journal of Chemical Physics 86:6, 15 March 1987

10 206 George, Thomas F., Wang, Youqi, and Lindsay, D. M., 1987

“The Hückel model for small metal clusters. II. Orbital energies, shell structures, ionization potentials, and extrapolation to the bulk limit ”, In Journal of Chemical Physics 86:6, March 15 1987

10 207 George, Thomas F., Wang, Youqi, and Lindsay, D. M., 1990

“The Hückel model for small metal clusters. IV. Orbital properties and cohesive energies for model clusters of up to several hundred atoms ”, In Journal of Cluster Science 1:1, March 1990

10 208 Gollin, Edward, 1997

Crystallographic space lattices … Tonnetz. Figures for paper presented at Buffalo Music Theory Symposium, July 18-19, 1997.

10 209 Gollin, Edward, 1997

An interesting dihedral group, its automorphisms, and transformations in Bartók's "Minor seconds, major sevenths". Paper presented at New England Conference of Music Theorists, 6 April 1997

10 210 Gollin, Edward, 1998

Transformational spaces and metaphorical journeys in some Schubert Lieder.

10 211 Gordon, Carolyn and Webb, David, 1996

“You can't hear the shape of a drum ”, In American Scientist 84, January-February 1996

10 212 Graham, R. L., 1973

“Covering the positive integer by disjoint sets of the form … ”, In Journal of Combinatorial Theory 15, 1973

10 213 Grmela, Sylvia, 2000-2004

Dissertation material on Kurtág

10 214 Grmela, Sylvia, 1991

Messiaen's Pièce pour piano et quatuor à cordes.

10 215 Grmela, Sylvia 1997

Paper presented at Society for Music Theory meeting, 1997

10 216 Guy, Richard K., 1981

Unsolved problems in number theory.

10 217 Guy, Richard K., 1992

Western number theory problems. 19 December 1992, 22 December 1992

10 218 Haack, Joel K., 1991

“Clapping music - a combinatorial problem ”, In College Mathematics Journal 22, 1991

10 219 Hanson, Howard, 1960

“The projection and interrelation of sonorities in equal temperament” from Harmonic Materials of Modern Music

10 220 Hauptmann, Moritz, 1991

The nature of harmony and metre (1888). Photocopy of Da Capo Press reprint, 1991

10 221 Heinemann, Stephen, 1992

Boulez's elegant operation: pitch-class set multiplication in Le marteau sans maàt;re

10 222 Herron, Amy J., 2000

Exploring melodic patterns in diatonic and chromatic music . With correspondence

10 223 Herstein, I. N., 1964

Topics in algebra. Photocopy of p. 1-38

10 224 Hook, Julian L., 1999-2001

Correspondence between Hook, Jack Douthett, and John Clough, 5 items

10 225 Hook, Julian L., 2000

Cross-type transformations, GIS homomorphisms, and generalized transposition and inversion. Paper presented at Indiana Graduate Theory Association Symposium, Feb. 25, 2000

10 226 Hook, Julian L., 1 May 1997

Equal-tempered approximations to intervals by the method of continued fractions.

10 227 Hook, Julian L., 1999-2000

Uniform triadic transformations: A Unified theory of triadic transformations. Dissertation proposal, with correspondence

10 228 Hughes, J. Robin, 1986

Correspondence, 2 items

10 229 Hyde, Martha, 1993

“Dodecaphony: Schoenberg (op. 33b)”. From Early Twentieth Century Music, 1993

10 230 Hyer, Brian, 1995

“Reimag(in)ing Riemann ”, In Journal of Music Theory 39:1, Spring 1995

11 231 Isaacson, Eric J., 1992

Similarity relations in music analysis. Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, 1992

11 232 Ishihara, Paul and Knapp, Michael, 1993

“Basic Z12 analysis of musical chords ”, In Tools for Teaching, 1993

11 233 Jefferis, Jim, 1996

Analytically rich Klumpenhouwer networks: their properties and conditions. Class paper for MUS613, 16 December 1996

11 234 Johnson, Timothy, 1997

Correspondence, 1 item

11 235 Johnson, Timothy, 2000

Foundations of diatonic theory: a supplemental text for introductory music theory classes. With review by Clough

11 236 Jones, Mari Reiss, 1981

“Music as a stimulus for psychological motion: Part I. Some determinants of expectancies ”, In Psychomusicology 1:2, 1981

11 237 Jung, Jiyoung, 1999

The new approach respect to contour theory in Deut by Milton Babbitt. Notes for class presentation, 10 December 1999

11 238 Kárpáti, János, 1981

“Alternative structures in Bartók's Contrasts, In Studia Musicologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 23, 1981

11 239 Kleeman, Emily, 1993

Number theoretical relationships between mathematics and music.

11 240 Klein, Michael, 2001

Correspondence

11 241 Klein, Michael, undated

Chopin's Etude in C, op. 10/1: text, context, and intertext.

11 242 Klumpenhouwer, Henry, 1994

Essay on Lewin's and Hyer's use of transformations derived from Riemann's work , In Music Theory Online, 1994

11 243 Kochavi, Jonathan, 1994

Musical groups

11 244 Kochavi, Jonathan, undated

Sequences

11 245 Kopp, D., 1992

A system of pentatonic organization in a Debussy prelude . Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, Oct. 16, 1992

11 246 Kreyszig, Walter, 1996-1998

Correspondence, 8 items

11 247 Krumhansl, Carol L., 1995-1997

Correspondence, 2 items

11 248 Krumhansl, Carol L., 1987

“General properties of musical pitch systems: some psychological considerations”. From Harmony and Tonality, 1987

11 249 Krumhansl, Carol L., undated

Perceptual analysis: tension and topic in music.

11 250 Krumhansl, Carol L., 2000

“Rhythm and pitch in musical cognition ”, In Psychological Bulletin 126:1, 2000

11 251 Krumhansl, Carol L., 1990

“Tonal hierarchies in atonal and non-Western tonal music” ; “ Music cognition: theoretical and empirical generalizations”. Chapters 10 and 11 from the author's Cognitive Foundations of Musical Pitch

11 252 Krumhansl, Carol L. and Kessler, Edward J., 1982

“Tracing the dynamic changes in perceived tonal organization in a spatial representation of musical keys ”, In Psychological Review 89:4, 1982

11 253 Kurth, Richard, 2000

A partition-lattice model of prolongation and progression in twelve-tone music.

11 254 Kurth, Richard, undated

Schoenberg and combinatoriality: another perspective.

11 255 Lefkoff, Gerald, 1992

The complex functional fields in diatonic-tonal compositions .

11 256 Lekkas, Demetrios E., 1996

Correspondence and excerpt from book

11 257 Lerdahl, Fred, 1988

“Cognitive constraints on compositional systems”. From Cognitive Processes in Music

11 258 Lewin, David, 1993-1994

Correspondence with Clough, Richard Cohn, David Clampitt

11 259 Lewin, David, 1982

“Formal theory of generalized tonal functions ”, In Journal of Music Theory 26:1, Spring 1982. With correspondence

11 260 Lewin, David, undated

Interesting cases of the interval function between pitch-class sets X and Y.

11 261 Lewin, David, undated

Transformational considerations in Schoenberg's Opus 23, number 3.

11 262 Lindley, Mark, 1980

“Mersenne on keyboard tuning ”, In Journal of Music Theory 24:2, Fall 1980

11 263 Lindley, Mark, 1993

A systematic approach to chromaticism. With correspondence, 2 items

12 264 Makeig, Scott, 1982

“Affective versus analytic perception of musical intervals ”. From Music, Mind, and Brain

12 265 Mandell, Arnold J., Selz, Karen A., and Giangrande, Janice, undated

Eigenfunction themes and ergodic variations in jazz and classical music.

12 266 Mathews, M. V., Pierce, J. R., and Roberts, L. A., 1987

“Harmony and new scales”. From Harmony and tonality: Papers given at a seminar organized by the Music Acoustics Committee of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, 1987

12 267 Mavromatis, Panayotis and Williamson, Virginia, 1997

Similarity of pitch class sets: a perceptual study. Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, 30 October 1997

12 268 Mazzola, Guerino and Zahorka, Oliver, 1996

Rubato: the open standard workstation for analysis and performance of music. With correspondence regarding Mazzola's planned lecture in Buffalo and a Perspectives of New Music article by John Roeder: “A MaMuTh achievement”, about Mazzola's work.

12 269 McCartin, Brian J., 1998

“Prelude to musical geometry ”, In College Mathematics Journal 29:5, 1998

12 270 McLaren, Brian, 1996

General methods for generating musical scales.

12 271 McLaren, Brian, 1995

Postings on modern theory and microtonality.

12 272 McLaren, Brian and Darreg, I., 1991

“Biases in xenharmonic scales ”, In Xenharmonikon 13, Spring 1991

12 273 Mead, Andrew, 1990

Webern, tradition, and "composing with twelve tones …" .

12 274 Meredith, David, 1992

Tonal scales and graph theory. With correspondence, 3 items, between Clough, Meredith, and Jack Douthett

12 275 Morris, Robert D., 1994

Equivalence and similarity in pitch and their interaction in Pcset theory. Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, 1994

12 276 Morris, Robert D., 1998

Sets, scales, and rhythmic cycles: a classification of talas in Indian music. Examples for paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, 1998

12 277 Morris, Robert D., undated

Voice-leading spaces.

12 278 Morris, Robert D., undated

Why weight? Pitch-class duplications in twelve-tone polyphony.

12 279 Myerson, Gerry, 1987-1990

Correspondence, 9 items

12 280 Neal, Jocelyn, 1997

Graphic representation of trichord-partition symmetries in selected hexachords. Paper presented at Music Theory Society of New York State, 1997

12 281 Nolan, Cathy, 1996

Appendix: Interval cycles generalized. With correspondence, 2 items

12 282 O'Connell, Walter, 1959

Tone spaces. With correspondence

12 283 Olds, C. D., 1963

Continued fractions. Photocopy of 5th printing, 1963

12 284 Olivastro, Dominic, 1991

“Object lessons: state of grace ”, In The Sciences, May/June 1991

12 285 Oña, Erik, 1997

Preliminary remarks on voice leading pattern classes.

12 286 Park, Jae-Sung, 17 October 1990

Correspondence, 1 item

12 287 Payne, Maribeth Anderson, on behalf of Schirmer Books , 1989

Correspondence

12 288 Peck, Robert W., 2001

Correspondence

12 289 Peifer, David, 1997

“An introduction to combinatorial group theory and the word problem ”, In Mathematics Magazine 70:1, February 1997

12 290 Peles, undated

Partial orderings as compositional prototypes.

12 291 Polansky, Larry, 1993

More on morphological mutation functions, recent techniques and developments.

12 292 Pressing, Jeff, 1983

“Cognitive isomorphisms between pitch and rhythm in world musics: West Africa, the Balkans and Western tonality ”, In Studies in Musici 17, 1983

12 293 Quinn, Ian, 1996

Fuzzy transposition of pitch sets. Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, 2 November 1996

12 294 Quinn, Ian, 1997

On relations, similarity, and similarity relations. Paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, 1997

12 295 Rahn, Jay, 1991-1999

Correspondence, circa 20 items

12 296 Rahn, Jay, 1990

An advance on A Theory for all music: at-least-as predicates for pitch, time and loudness; figures and appendix.

12 297 Rahn, Jay, 1987

“Asymmetrical ostinatos in sub-Saharan music: time, pitch, and cycles reconsidered ”, In In Theory Only 9:7, March 1987

12 298 Rahn, Jay, 1999

“"Chinese harmony" and contemporary non-tonal music theory ”, In Canadian University Music Review 19:2, 1999

12 299 Rahn, Jay, 1978

“Constructs for modality, ca. 1300-1500 ”, In Canadian Association of University Schools of Music Journal 8:2, Autumn 1978

12 300 Rahn, Jay, undated

Counting pairs that match or differ, and the gestalt principle of similarity in music.

13 301 Rahn, Jay, 1983

“The isomorphism of pitch and time”. From A Theory for All Music, 1983

13 302 Rahn, Jay, 1996

“Perceptual aspects of tuning in a Balinese gamelan angklung for North American students ”, In Canadian University Music Review 16:2, 1996

13 303 Rahn, Jay, 1997

“Recent diatonic theory and Curwen's tonic sol-fa method: formal models for a kinesic-harmonic system ”, In Proceedings of the Third Triennial ESCOM conference, June 1997

13 304 Rahn, Jay, 1985

“Restricted relational richness and musical analysis ”, In Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics 8:1-2, 1985

13 305 Rahn, Jay, 1981

“Structure and frequency in South Indian melas ”, In Proceedings of the Saint Thyagaraja music festivals, 1981

13 306 Rahn, Jay, 1996

“Turning the analysis around: Africa-derived rhythms and Europe-derived music theory ”, In Black Music Research Journal 16:1, Spring 1996

13 307 Rahn, Jay and Xue-Qing, Xu, 1996

"Chinese harmony" and contemporary non-tonal music theory.

13 308 Randolph, John, 1993

On Lewin's generalized interval systems.

13 309 Ravenstein, Tony van, 1989

“Optimal spacing of points on a circle ”, In Fibonacci Quarterly, February 1989

13 310 Reiner, David L., 1985

“Enumeration in music theory ”, In The American Mathematical Monthly 92:1, January 1985

13 311 Roeder, John, 1990

A calculus of accent.

13 312 Roeder, John, 1988

“Issues of representation in the analysis of atonal music ”, In Proceedings of the First Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Music, 1988

13 313 Roeder, John, 1989

“A Prolog program for music segmentation ”, In Musicus 1:2, December 1989

13 314 Roeder, John, undated

Second thoughts: pretension and form in Fauré's Prelude, op. 103, no. 9.

13 315 Roeder, John, undated

Semiotic aspects of music analysis.

13 316 Roeder, John, undated

Voice leading as transformation.

13 317 Rogers, John, 1966

Some properties of non-duplicating rotational arrays .

13 318 Rogers, John and Mitchell, Barry, 1968

“A problem in mathematics and music ”, In American Mathematical Monthly 75, 1968. With notes

13 319 Roiter, Robert, 10 November 1983

Set transformation geometry.

13 320 Rothenberg, David, 1978

“A model for pattern perception with musical applications Part II: The information content of pitch structures ”, In Mathematical Systems Theory 11, 1978

13 321 Rowell, Lewis, 1994-1997

Correspondence, 6 items

13 322 Rowell, Lewis, 1996

The pentatonic dialect(s) of India.

13 324 Rudin, Cynthia, 15 December 1998

The complement theorem and its applications.

13 324 Samplaski, Artie, 1997

Axiomatic derivations of scales: a comparative review/critique of three approaches.

13 325 Santa, Matthew, 2001

Hexatonic and nonatonic systems in late nineteenth century music.

13 326 Santa, Matthew, 1999

Modular sets and modular set types.

13 327 Schat, Peter, 1984

“On harmony and tonality ”, In Key Notes 19, 1984

13 328 Schat, Peter, 1983

“The tone clock: or, the zodiac of the twelve tonalities ”, In Key Notes 17, 1983

13 329 Scott, Damon and Isaacson, Eric J., undated

The interval angle: a similarity measure for pitch-class sets.

13 330 Shepard, Roger N. and Jordan, Daniel S., 1984

“Auditory illusions demonstrating that tones are assimilated to an internalized musical scale ”, In Science 226, December 1984

13 331 Slawson, Wayne, undated

Subaggregate braids.

13 332 Sloan, Donald, 1995

Fuzzy set theory, fuzzy measures, and their application to resemblance theories in music. Handouts for paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, 3 November 1995

13 333 Slottow, Stephen, 2000

A Ruggles compositional model and its unfoldings.

13 334 Smith, Charles J., 1995

Correspondence, 1 item

13 335 Smith, Charles J., undated

Appreciation for John Clough. Two versions

13 336 Smith, Charles J., undated

Diatonic sequences. Lecture notes

13 337 Smith, Charles J., 1996

Tonal models of music. ch. 2.6, 5, 6.

13 338 Smith, J. David, 1992

Correspondence, 2 items

14 339 Snell, James, 19 October 1990

Mathematics and music.

14 340 Soderberg, Stephen, 2001

Correspondence, 5 items

14 341 Soderberg, Stephen, 1997

White note fantasy. With review, correspondence, and notes

14 342 Steinbach, Peter, undated

A case for the heptagon.

14 343 Steinbach, Peter, 1997

“Golden fields: a case for the heptagon ”, In Mathematics Magazine 70:1, February 1997

14 344 Steinbach, Peter, undated

Sections beyond golden.

14 345 Stephens, Peter W. and Goldman, Alan I., 1991

“The structure of quasicrystals ”, In Scientific American April 1991

14 346 Stoecker, Philip, 2000

Axial isography as an extension of Klumpenhouwer networks . Examples for paper presented at Music Theory Society of New York State, April 8-9, 2000

14 347 Straus, Joseph N., 2001

A new model for voice leading in atonal music. Examples for paper presented at Society for Music Theory Meeting, Nov. 10, 2001

14 348 Straus, Joseph N., 1993

Voice leading in atonal music. Paper presented at Florida State University Music Theory Forum, 27 February 1993

14 349 Swinden, Kevin, 1994

Aspects of current theoretical thought on interval cycles . for class, MUS613, Theory of Scales, 14 December 1994. Originally in folder with residual notes for Scales, sets, and interval cycles: a taxonomy.

14 350 Swinden, Kevin, December 1994

Scriabin's late period: independent study report. Originally in folder with residual notes for Scales, sets, and interval cycles: a taxonomy.

14 351 Tam, Christine, 2002

The musical theory and microtonal compositions of Alois Haba (1893-1973). Thesis proposal, July 2, 2002

14 352 Thomas, Scott, 1993

Correspondence, 1 item

14 353 Thomas, Scott, undated

Millileau rows.

14 354 Thomas, Scott, undated

Vector products, evenness, and altered sets.

14 355 Vieru, Anatol, 1996-1997

Correspondence, 17 items

14 356 Vieru, Anatol, 1997

The "Other" music. With correspondence

14 357 Vinogradov, I. M., 1954

Elements of number theory. Photocopy. Translated from the fifth rev. ed. by Saul Kravetz. 1954

14 358 Watkins, Glenn, 1995

Correspondence, 1 item

14 359 Watkins, Glenn, 1995

Stravinsky and a theory of games. Examples for paper presented at University at Buffalo, 16 October 1995

14 360 Westergaard, Peter, 1975

“Constructing a pitch system for tonal music”. From An introduction to tonal theory, 1975

14 361 Wilson, Ervin M., 1964-1975

Correspondence with John H. Chalmers

14 362 Wilson, Ervin M., 1994

AILM 29, et al.

14 363 Wilson, Ervin M., 1994-1995

Scale-tree, 1994. With correspondence, 1995

14 364 Wilson, Ervin M., 1983

Some basic patterns underlying genus 12 & 17.

14 365 Unidentified, undated

Appendix: Functions on groups.

14 366 Peck, Robert, 2002

Composite interval cycle sets, their relations, and applications. With review by Clough

14 367 Unidentified, undated

A measure of eveness and maximally even sets.

14 368 Unidentified, 1993

The mystic chord and its chromatic modifications, (Scriabin).

V.    Subject and conference files, 1992-2000
Folders 369-378

Arranged alphabetically by subject. Folders also include notes and correspondence.

Box Folder Contents
15 369 Berry, Wallace, 1992-1993

Correspondence regarding proposed publication of Berry's unpublished works

15 370 Buffalo Music Theory Working Group Meeting held at University at Buffalo, 28-29 July 1993

Correspondence, bibliography, proposal notes, etc.

15 371 Buffalo Music Theory Working Group Meeting held at University at Buffalo, July 28-29, 1993

John Clough's notes

15 372 Buffalo Music Theory Working Group Meeting held at University at Buffalo, July 18-19, 2001.
The meeting was titled "2nd Buffalo Music Theory Symposium: Neo-Riemannian Transformations: mathematics and applications"

Correspondence

15 373 Evans, Bill

Music for tunes composed or performed by pianist Bill Evans

15 374 International Symposium on Music and Mathematics (1994 : Bucharest, Rumania)

Program and correspondence

15 375 Neo-Riemannian theory issue of Journal of Music Theory 42:2, 1997-1998

Correspondence

15 376 Neo-Riemannian Theory Symposium, University at Buffalo, July 2001, 2000-2001

Correspondence

15 377 Society for Music Theory Meeting, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, December 1998

Papers on Riemann:

• Brown, Stephen C. Dual interval space in twentieth-century music
• Childs, Adrian P. Symmetric family values: notions of closeness in transformational systems
• Engebretsen, Nora. Psychological-aesthetic foundations and group-theoretic perspectives: triadic relations in Hostinský's Die Lehre von den musikalischen Klängen
• Gauldin, Robert. Further manifestation of the Douth2 relation in Tristan and Wagner's other music dramas
• Kopp, David. Subverting the dominant paradigm? shifting concepts of V in influential 19th century theories and some implications for today
• Mooney, Kevin. Musical syntax, the Tonnetz, Schubert's Impromptu
• Murphy, Scott. Generalized cyclical motions in Wagnerian triadic progressions
• Rehding, Alexander. Major thirds and German nationhood: Hugo Riemann's Myth of Ethnic Election

15 378 Three-gap theory, miscellaneous

• Fried, E., Sós, Vera T. “A generalization of the three-distance theorem for groups”, In Algebra Universalis 29, 1992
• Halton, John H. “The distribution of the sequence ” In Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 61, 1965
• Ruzsa, Imre Z. “Generalized arithmetical progressions and sumsets” Preprint no.: 38/1992, Mathematical Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
• Slater, Noel B. “Gaps and steps for the sequence n0 mod 1 ” In Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 63, 1967
• Sós, Vera T. “On the distribution Mod 1 of the sequence na ”In Annales Universitatis Scientiarum Budapestinensis, 1958

VI.    Grant applications, 1987-1991
Folders 379-382

Arranged alphabetically by name of grant-funding institution.

Box Folder Contents
16 379 American Society of Learned Societies, 1987
16 380 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, 1990
16 381 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, 1988
16 382 National Endowment for the Humanities application for Fellowships for University Teachers, 1987?, 1991
VII.    Publications, undated
Folders 383-386

Chiefly correspondence from publisher W. W. Norton regarding Clough's two books.

Box Folder Contents
16 383 Basic Harmonic Progressions

Comment cards from W.W. Norton

16 384 Scales, Intervals, Keys, Triads, Rhythm, and Meter

Reviews, etc.

16 385 W.W. Norton

Statements of royalties

16 386 W.W. Norton

Correspondence

VIII.    Bibliographies, 1969-1991
Folders 387-402

Arranged alphabetically by author of bibliography, interfiled with journal titles separately indexed.

Box Folder Contents
17 387 Benjamin, William E.

Publications record

17 388 Browne, Richmond

Mind/Brain "stuff"

17 389 Christensen, Thomas

Bibliography on tonal rhythm

17 390 Clough, John

A bibliography of writings in English on atonal and serial music and set-theoretic analysis (1979-1985)

17 391 The computer and the humanities

Indexes for 1969-1975

17 392 Dissertation Abstracts International.

Music and the performing arts, selected collection of doctoral dissertations and masters theses, 1987-1991

17 393 In Theory Only

Indexes for 1955-1970

17 394 Indiana Theory Review

Indexes for v.1-3

17 395 Intégral

Indexes to 1987-2000

17 396 Journal of Music Theory

Indexes for v. 1-17

17 397 Lewin, David

Bibliography of his works

17 398 Nolan, Catherine

Bibliography from master's thesis, Symmetric inversion: a sign of tonality, 1983

17 399 Perspectives of New Music

Indexes to v. 1-15

17 400 Smith, Charles J.

An annotated bibliography of the work of Heinrich Schenker

17 401 Smith, Charles J.
Gioseffo Zarlino: a beginner's guide and bibliography
17 402 Van den Toorn, Pieter C.

Stravinsky

IX.    Annotated books, 1973-1990
Folders 403-407

Arranged alphabetically by author and then in order by receipt.

Box Folder Contents
17 403 Forte, Allan
The Structure of Atonal Music, 1973
17 404 Forte, Allan
The Structure of Atonal Music, 1977 printing (paperback)
17 405 Stark, Harold M.
An Introduction to Number Theory, 1981 printing (paperback)

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