Graduate Seminar in Analysis
Music 201A, Winter 2002

University of California, Irvine


Agawu, V. Kofi. Playing with Signs. **
Aitken, Hugh. The Piece as a Whole. **
Ayrey, Craig and Everist, Mark, eds. Analytical strategies and musical interpretation. **
Bent, Ian. Analysis.
Bernstein, Leonard. The Infinite Variety of Music. *
Cadwallader, Allen and Gagné, David. Analysis of Tonal Music. **
Clifton, Thomas. Some Comparisons Between Intuitive and Scientific Descriptions of Music.
Copland, Aaron. What to Listen for in Music. *
Dobrian, Christopher. Algorithmic Generation of Temporal Form.
Dobrian, Christopher. An Analysis of Bartok's String Quartet No. 4. *
Dobrian, Christopher. Music and Language. *
Dobrian, Christopher. Textural Orchestration. *
Dobrian, Christopher. The Use of Pitch Range as a Structural Element. *
Dunsby, Jonathan and Whittall, Arnold. Music Analysis in Theory and Practice. **
Eco, Umberto. Casablanca: Cult Movies and Intertextual Collage. (in Travels in Hyperreality)
Erickson, Robert. Sound Structure in Music.
Forte, Allen. Schenker's Conception of Musical Structure. *
Hanson, Howard. Harmonic Materials of Modern Music. *
Hrushovski, Benjamin. The Structure of Semiotic Objects. (in The Sign in Music and Literature)
Kresky, Jeffrey. Tonal Music. **
Lewin, David. Musical Form and Transformation. **
McClary, Susan. Feminine Endings. *
Meyer, Leonard. Emotion and Meaning in Music. *
Oliveros, Pauline. On Sonic Meditation. (in Software for People)
Ornstein, Robert. On the Experience of Time.
Pople, Anthony, ed. Theory, analysis and meaning in music. **
Rosand, Ellen, ed. Approaches to Tonal Analysis. **
Russo, William. Composing for the Jazz Orchestra. *
Shepherd, John. Music as Social Text. *
Stockhausen, Karlheinz. How Time Passes.
Stravinsky, Igor. Poetics of Music. *
White, John D. Comprehensive Musical Analysis. **
Xenakis, Iannis. Formalized Music. *
Yuasa, Joji. Mind in Art.
Yuasa, Joji. The Shadow of Tape Music Upon Instrumental Music.

* Excerpt included in the course reader.
** On reserve in the UCI Arts Media Center.

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