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- Pankhurst, TomSchenkerGUIDE: A Brief Handbook and Web Site for Schenkerian AnalysisNew York: Routledge, 2008Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Agawu, Victor KofiSchenkerian Notation in Theory and PracticeMusic Analysis, Vol. 8/1-2 (1989), pp. 275-301  

Almen , ByronProphets of the Decline: The Worldviews of Heinrich Schenker and Oswald SpenglerIndiana Theory Review , Volume 17/1, Spring 1996  

Ayotte, BenjaminHeinrich Schenker: A Guide to ResearchRoutledge, 2003 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Ayrey, CraigBerg's "Scheideweg": Analytical Issues Music Analysis, Vol. 1/2 (1982), pp. 181-201  

Baker, JamesPost Tonal Voice-Leading Early C20 Music (ed. J. Dunsby), Oxford: Blackwell, 1993, pp. 20-41 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

BeachMotif and Structure in the Andante movement of Mozart Piano Sonata K.545Music Analysis, Vol. 3/3 (1984), pp. 227-42  

Beach, DavidSchenkerian TheoryMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 11/1 (1989), pp. 3-14  

Beach, DavidThe Cadential Six-four as Support for Scale-degree Three of the Fundamental LineJournal of Music Theory 34, 81-99  

Beach, DavidThe fundamental line from scale degree 8: Criteria for evaluationJournal of Music Theory, USA, Vol. XXXII/2 (fall 1988) pp. 271-94  

Beach, DavidA Schenker BibliographyJournal of Music Theory, Vol. XIII/1 (spring 1969), pp. 2-37  

Beach, DavidA Schenker Bibliography: 1969-79Journal of Music Theory, 1979, pp, 275 -282.  

Beach, DavidThe Current State of Schenkerian ResearchActa Musicologica, 57(1985), 275-307  

Beach, DavidPhrase Expansion: Three Analytical StudiesMusic Analysis, 14/1 (1995), 27-47  

Benjamin, William E.Schenker's Theory and the Future of MusicJournal of Music Theory, Vol. 25/1 (1981), pp. 155-173  

Berry, David CarsonA Topical Guide to Schenkerian Literature: An Annotated Bibliography with IndicesPendragon Press Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Blasius, Leslie D.Schenker's Argument and the Claims of Music TheoryCUP, 1996Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Brower, Candace'A Cognitive Theory of Musical Meaning'Journal of Music Theory, 44/ii (2000), pp. 323-372.  

Brown, MatthewReview of Siegel, Schenker Studies and Cadwallader, Trends in Schenkerian ResearchMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 13/2 (1991), pp. 147-178  

Brown, MatthewThe Diatonic and the Chromatic in Schenker#s Theory of Harmonic RelationsJournal of Music Theory, Vol. XXX/1 (spring 1986), pp. 1-33  

Browne, RichmondInitial readings in SchenkerIn Theory Only, Vol. I/1 (April 1975), pp. 4-5  

Broyles, MichaelReview of Rothgebs tr. of Schenker's 9th Symphony monographMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 16/1 (1994), pp. 139-144  

Burkhardt, CharlesSchenker's Motivic ParallelismsJournal of Music Theory, 22/2 (1978), 145-75  

Burstein, L. PoundieComedy and Structure in Haydn's SymphoniesSchenker Studies 2 (Schachter, Carl; Hedi Siegel eds.) Cambridge: CUP, 1999.  

Burstein, L. PoundieSurprising Returns: The VII# in Beethoven's Op. 18, No. 3, and its antecedents in HaydnMusic Analysis, Vol. 17/3 (1998), pp. 295-312.  

Burstein, L. PoundieDevil's Castles and Schubert's Strange Tonic AllusionsTheory and Practice, Volume 27 (2002), pp. 87-102  

Burstein, L. PoundieA New View of Tristan: Tonal Unity in the Preludee and Conclusion to Act ITheory and Practice, Volume 9 (July-December, 1984), pp. 15-42.  

Cadwallader , AllenSchenker's Unpublished Graphic Analysis of Brahms's Intermezzo Op. 177, No. 2: tonal Structure and Concealed Motivic RepetitioMusic Theory Spectrum , Volume 6, 1984  

Cadwallader, AllenMore on Scale Degree Three and the Cadential Six-FourJournal of Music Theory, Vol. XXXVI/1 (spring, 1992), pp. 187-198.  

Cadwallader, AllenForeground Motivic Ambiguity: Its Clarification at the Middleground Levels in Selected Late Piano Pieces of Johannes BrahmsMusic Analysis, Vol. 7/1 (1988), pp. 59-92  

Cadwallader, AllenProlegomena to a General Description of Motivic Relationships in Tonal MusicIntegral 2 (1988), 1-35  

Cadwallader, Allen (ed.) Trends in Schenkerian ResearchNew York: Schirmer, 1990 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Cadwallader, Allen, Gagne, DavidAnalysis of Tonal Music: A Schenkerian ApproachOxford, 1988Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Cadwallader, Allen, William PastilleSchenker's High-Level MotivesJournal of Music Theory, Vol. XXXVI/1 (spring, 1992), pp. 119-148  

Cavett-Dunsby, EstherSchenker's Analysis of the Eroica FinaleTheory and Practice, Vol. XI (1986), pp. 43-51.  

Cheong, Wai-LingStructural Coherence and the Two Key Scheme: A Study of Selected Cases from the C19(MA Diss.) Cambridge, 1988  

Cherlin, MichaelHauptmann and Schenker: Two Adaptations of Hegelian DialecticsTheory and Practice, Vol. XIII (1988), pp. 115-131.  

Chew, GeofferyThe Spice of Music: Towards a Theory of the Leading NoteMusic Analysis, Vol. 2/1(1983), pp. 35-53  

Cinnamon, Howard3rd-Related Harmonies As Elements Of Contrapuntal Prolongation In Some Works By Franz LisztIn Theory Only, Vol. 12/5-6 (1992), pp. 1-30.  

Cinnamon, HowardE Major Tonality as Dominant or Mediant in Chopin's Op. 10/1: Schenker's Graphs from Free Composition ReconsideredIndiana Theory Review , Volume 15/1, Spring 1994  

Clark, W.Heinrich Schenker on the Nature of the 7th ChordJournal of Music Theory, Vol. 26 (1982), pp. 221-259  

Cohn, RichardThe Autonomy of Motives in Schenkerian Accounts of Tonal MusicMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 14/2 (1992), pp. 150-170  

Cohn, RichardWeitzmann's Regions, My Cycles, and Douthett's Dancing CubesMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 22/1 (2000), pp. 89-103  

Cohn, Richard.Schenker's Theory, Schenkerian Theory: Pure Unity or Constructive Conflict?Indiana Theory Review, Vol. 13 pp. 1-19  

Cook, N.Heinrich Schenker Polemicist, a Reading of the Symphony No. 9 MonographMusic Analysis, Vol. 14 (1995)  

Cook, NicholasSchenker's Theory of Music as EthicsJournal of Musicology, Vol. 7/4 p. 414 - 39  

Cook, Nicholas'Schenkerian Analysis'A Guide to Musical Analysis, Oxford: OUP, 1987 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Cube, Felix-Eberhard von., (Trans. ed. D. Neumeyer, G. Boyd, S. Harris)The Book of the Musical Artwork: An Interpretation of the Theories of Heinrich Schenker,Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1987 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Cumming, NaomiCritical Forum on Narmour's Theory of MelodyMusic Analysis, Vol. 11/2-3 (1992), pp. 354-374  

Damschroder, David AllenStructural Levels: A Key to Liszt's Chromatic ArtCollege Music Symposium, Vol. XXVII (1987), pp. 46-58  

Drabkin, WilliamA Lesson in Analysis from Heinrich Schenker: The C-major Prelude from Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1Music Analysis, Vol. 4/3 (1985), pp. 241-58  

Drabkin, WilliamSchenker, the Consonant Passing Note, and the First-Movement Theme of Beethoven's Sonata op. 26Music Analysis, Vol. 15/2-3 (1996), pp. 149-189  

Dubiel, JosephWhen you are Beethoven: Kinds of Rules in Schenker#s CounterpointJournal of Music Theory, Vol. XXXIV/2 (autumn, 1990), pp. 91-340  

Dunsby, Johnathan; Whittall, ArnoldSchenker the Theorist; Schenkerian Analysis and Developments of Schenkerin Music Analysis: In Theory and Practice, London: Faber & Faber, 1988. Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Dunsby, JonathanRecent Schenker: The Poetic Power of Intelligent Calculation (or The Emperor's Second Set of New Clothes)Music Analysis, Vol.18/2 (1999), pp  

Dunsby, JonathanHeinrich Schenker and the Free Counterpoint of Strict Compositionreview-article on Heinrich Schenker, Free Composition (New York: Longman, 1979), RMA Research Chronicle, 16, 140-48  

Dunsby, JonathanRecent Schenker: The Poetic Power of Intelligent Calculation (or The Emperor's Second Set of New Clothes)Music Analysis, Vol. 18/2  

Dunsby, Jonathan, John StopfordThe Case for a Schenkerian SemioticMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 3 (1981), pp. 49-53  

Ellis, John S.A Narrative Analysis of Schumann’s KinderszeneMusical Semiotics Revisited (ed. Eero Tarasti), Acta Semiotica Fennica XV, Helsinki: International Semiotics Institute, 2003.  

Ellison, Paul M.Beethoven and Schenker: Unraveling Those Graphs, with an Explanation of Schenker's Analysis of the Ode to JoyBeethoven Journal 16/2 (2001), pp. 69-73.  

Everett, WalkerGrief in Winterreise: A Schenkerian PerspectiveMusic Analysis, Vol. 9/2 (1990), pp. 157-175  

Federhofer, HellmutFux's Gradus ad Parnassum as Viewed by Heinrich SchenkerMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 4 (1982), pp. 66-75  

Forte, AllenSchenker's Conception of Musical StructureJournal of Music Theory, Vol. 3 (1959), pp. 1-30  

Forte, AllenMotivic design and Structural Levels in the First Movement of Brahms's String Quartet in C minorMusic Quarterly, vol.69 (1983b), pp.471-502  

Forte, AllenGenerative Chromaticism in Mozart's Music: the Rondo in A minor, K. 511Musical Quarterly, Vol. LXVI/4 (October 1980) p. 459-83  

Forte, AllenLetter defending himself from Snarrenberg's attack in Competing Myths...Music Analysis, Vol. 17/2 (1998), pp.261-263  

Forte, Allen, Gilbert, Steven,Introduction to Schenkerian AnalysisNew York. 1982Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Fux, Johann Joseph; Alfred Mann (Tr.)The Study of CounterpointLondon: Norton, 1965Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Gagne, DavidThe Place of Schenkerian Analysis in Undergraduate and Graduate CurriculaIndiana Theory Review , Volume 15/1, Spring 1994  

Graybill, RogerHarmonic Circularity in Brahms's F major Cello Sonata: An Alternative to Schenker's Reading in Free CompositionMusic Theory Spectrum , Volume 10, 1988  

Hanford, LisaA New Model for Pitch Motion in Tonal MusicMusic Analysis, Vol. 6/1-2 (1987), 133-167  

Hatten, RobertBeyond Schenkerism: The Argument and the AlternativeIndiana Theory Review , Volume III, Number 1, Fall 1979  

Hubbs, NadineSchenker's OrganicismTheory and Practice, Volume 16, 1991  

Jan, Steven B.X Marks the Spot: Schenkerian Perspectives on the Minor-Key Classical Development SectionMusic Analysis, Vol. 11/1 (1992), pp. 37-54  

Jonas, OswaldIntroduction to the Theory of Heinrich Schenker: the Nature of the Musical Work of ArtNew York: Longman, 1982 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Kassler, Jamie C.Heinrich Schenker#s Epistemology and Philosphy of Music...The Wider Domain of Evolutionary Thought (Oldroyd and Langham eds.), Dordrecht: Riedel, 1983  

Keiler, AlanThe Empiricist Illusion: Narmour's Beyond SchenkerismPerspectives of New Music, Vol 17/1 (1978)  

Keiler, Alan'The Empiricist Illusion: Narmour's Beyond Schenkerism' (Review of Narmour)Perspectives of New Music, Vol 17/1 (1978)  

Keiler, AllanThe Origins of Schenker's Thought: How Man is MusicalJournal of Music Theory, Volume 33, Number 2, Fall 1989  

Komar, ArthurThe Pedagogy of Tonal HierarchyTheory Only, 10/5 (pp. 23-8)  

Korsyn , KevinSchenker and Kantian EpistemologyTheoria, Vol III (1988) pp. 44-50  

Korsyn , KevinSchenker#s Organicism reexaminedIntegral , Vol,  

Krebs, HaraldThe Background Level in some Tonally Deviating Works of Franz SchubertIn Theory Only, Vol. VIII/8 (December 1985), pp. 5 - 18  

Krebs, HaraldThe Background Level in some Tonally Deviating Works of Franz SchubertIn Theory Only, Vol. VIII/8 (December 1985), pp. 5 - 18  

Larson, SteveQuestions about the Ursatz: A Response to NeumeyerIn Theory Only, Vol. X/4 (December 1987), pp. 11 - 31  

Larson, SteveSchenkerian Analysis of Modern Jazz: Questions About MethodMusic Theory Spectrum, Volume 20, Number 2, Fall 1998  

Laskowski, LarryHeinrich Schenker, an Annotated Index to his Analyses of Musical Works: Compiled and Annotated by Larry LaskowskiNew York Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Laufer, EdwardVoice-Leading Procedures in Development SectionsStudies in Music from the University of Western Ontario 13 (1991), pp. 69-120  

Laufer, EdwardOn the First Movement of Sibelius's Fourth Symphony: A Schenkerian ViewSchenker Studies Two (Schachter & Siegel ed.), CUP, 1999, pp. 127-159  

Lerdahl, F.R. JackendoffA Generative Theory of Tonal MusicCambridge (Mass.): MIT, 1983Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Littlefield, Richard, David NeumeyerRewriting Schenker: Narrative - History - IdeologyMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 14/1 (1992), pp. 38-67  

London, Justin; Ronald RodmanMusical Genre and Schenkerian AnalysisJournal of Music Theory, Volume 42, 1998  

Lubben, JosephSchenker the Progressive: Analytic Practice in Der TonwilleMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 15/1 (1993), pp. 59-75  

Maisel, ArthurTalent and Technique: George Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue Trends in Schenkerian Research (A. Cadwallader ed.), New York: Schirmer, 1990  

Mckee, EricAuxilliary Progressions as a Source of Conflict Between Tonal Structure and Phrase StructureMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 18/1 (1996), pp. 51-76  

McNamee, AnnThe Introduction in Schubert's LiederMusic Analysis, Vol. 4/1 (1985), pp. 95-106  

Meeus, NicolasHeinrich Schenker: Une IntroductionLiege, Mardaga,1993  

Montgomery, KipSchenker and Schoenberg on Harmonic TonalityIndiana Theory Review, Volume 15/1, Spring 1994  

Morgan, Robert PDissonant Prolongations: Theoretical and Compositional PrecedentsJournal of Music Theory, Vol. XX/1 (spring 1976), pp. 49-91  

Musgrave, MichaelReview of Der freie SatzMusic Analysis, Vol. 1/1 (1982), pp. 101  

Narmour, EugeneBeyond Schenkerism: The Need for Alternatives in Musical AnalysisChicago, 1977 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Neumeyer, DavidFragile Octaves, Broken Lines: On Some Limitations of Schenkerian Theory and PracticeIn Theory Only, Vol. XI/3 (July, 1989), pp. 13 - 30.  

Neumeyer, DavidThe Ascending UrlinieJournal of Music Theory, Vol. XXXI/2 (fall 1987) 275-303  

Neumeyer, DavidThe Three-Part UrsatzIn Theory Only, Vol. X/1-2 (August 1987), pp. 3 - 29  

Neumeyer, DavidThe Urlinie from 8 as a middleground phenomenonIn Theory Only, USA, Vol. IX/5-6 (January 1987), pp. 3-25  

Neumeyer, DavidUrsatz: The Musical Philosophy of Heinrich Schenker(PhD diss.: Cornell U1985) 188 p. [DA 8525718]  

Neumeyer, DavidA Guide to Schenkerian AnalysisPrentice Hall, 1992Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Nicholas CookAt the Borders of Musical Identity: Schenker, Corelli and the GracesMusic Analysis, Vol. 18/2  

Nolan, CatherineReview of Catherine Dale's dissertation on Schenkerian approach to Schoenberg Op. 10Music Theory Spectrum, Vol. 16/2 (1994),  

Pankhurst, TomA Semiotic Approach to Tonal Closure in Nielsen's 4th SymphonyMusical Semiotics Revisited (ed. Eero Tarasti), Acta Semiotica Fennica XV, Helsinki: International Semiotics Institute, 2003.  

Pastille, WilliamMusic and morphology: Goethe's influence on Schenker#s thoughtSchenker Studies, (New York: Cambridge University 1990) 29-44  

Pastille, WilliamSchenker#s Value-JudgmentsMusic Theory Online, Vol I/6 (Nov  

Pastille, WilliamThe Development of the Ursatz in Schenker's Published Works Trends in Schenkerian Research (A. Cadwallader ed.), New Yo1rk: Schirmer, 1990, pp.71-86 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Pastille, WilliamThe God of Abraham, Aquinas, and Schenker: Art as Faith in an Age of UnbeliefIndiana Theory Review, Volume 16, Spring/Fall 1995  

Pastille, William AlfredUrsatz: The Musical Philosophy of Heinrich Schenker(PhD diss: Cornell University, 1985). [DA 8525718]  

Pastille, William H.Heinrich Schenker, Anti-OrganicistNineteenth Century Music, Vol. VIII/1 (1984), pp. 28-36.  

Pearsall, EdwardHarmonic Progressions and Prolongations in Post-Tonal MusicMusic Analysis, Vol. 10/3 (1991), pp.345-355  

Petty, WayneKoch, Schenker, and the Development Section of Sonata Forms by C.P.E. BachMusic Theory Spectrum, Volume 21, Number 2, Fall 1999  

Pierce, Alexandra'Developing Schenkerian Hearing and Performing'Integral Vol. 8 (1994), pp. 51-123.  

Platt, Heather AnneDramatic turning points in Brahms liederIndiana Theory Review, Vol. XV/1 (spring, 1994) 69-104  

Plotnikov, BorisOn Dialectical Structure Creating Process in Shostakovich's Prelude op 34 No. XX[forthcoming winter 2000, in Webster Eunomios]  

Plotnikov, BorisOn Blending Schenkerian Techniques with Traditional Foreground Analysis(in English) in Tijdschrift voor Muziektheorie Vol. 2, (2000)  

Plum, OttoTowards a Methodology for Schenkerian Analysistr. Drabkin, Music Analysis, Vol. 7/2 (1988), pp  

Porter, StevenSchenker Made SimpleStudio City: Players Press, 2003 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Proctor, Gregory; Herbert Lee RigginsLevels and the Reordering of Chapters in Schenker's Free CompositionMusic Theory Spectrum, Volume 10, 1988  

Rast, N.A Checklist of Essays and Reviews by Heinrich SchenkerMusic Analysis, Vol. 7/2 (1988), pp. 121-132  

Renwick, W.Analysing Fugue: A Schenkerian ApproachPendragon, 1995 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Renwick, WilliamHidden Fugal Paths: A Schenkerian View of Handel's F major Fugue (Suite II)Music Analysis, Vol. 14/1 (1995)  

Renwick, WilliamBrackets and Beams in Schenker's Graphic NotationTheoria, Vol. III (1988), pp. 73-85  

Renwick, WilliamHidden Fugal Paths: A Schenkerian View of Handel's F major Fugue (Suite II)Music Analysis, Volume 14, Number 1, March 1995  

Review of Beach, Aspects of Schenkerian Theory Music Analysis, Vol. 3/3 (1984), pp. 277  

Riggins, Herbert LChange of Register in Schenker's Late Theoretical WorksIndiana Theory Review, Vol. VI/1-2 (fall-winter 1982-83), pp. 63-75.  

Riggins, Herbert L.Heinrich Schenker's Graphic Notation and Contemporary Variants(PhD diss.: U. of Texas, Austin, 1981) 278 p  

Riggins, Herbert L.Neighbor Motion and its Graphic Notation in Schenker's Free CompositionIn Theory Only, Vol. VI/7 (December 1982), pp. 3 - 11  

Rink, JohnSchenker and ImprovisationJournal of Music Theory, Volume 37, Number 1, Spring 1993  

Russ, MichaelOn Schenkerism: A Closed Circle of Elite Listeners?Music Analysis, Volume 12, Number 2, July 1993  

Salzer, FelixStructural HearingNew York: Boni, 1952Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Salzer, Felix; Carl SchachterCounterpoint in Composition , the Study of Voice LeadingNew York: McGraw-Hill, 1969Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schachter , Carl, Hedi, Siegel (eds.)Schenker Studies Vol 2CUP, 1999Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schachter, CarlUnfoldings: Essays in Schenkerian Theory and AnalysisOUP, 1999Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schachter, CarlThe First Movement of Brahms's Second Symphony: the Opening Theme and its ConsequencesMusic Analysis, Vol. 2/1 (1983), pp. 55-68  

Schachter, CarlAnalysis by Key: Another Look at ModulationMusic Analysis, Vol. 6/3 (1987), pp. 289-318  

Schachter, CarlStructure as Foreground: das Drama des UrsatzesSchenker Studies Two (Schachter ed.), Cambridge, 1999Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schachter, CarlThe Triad as Place and ActionMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 17/2 (1995), pp. 149-169  

Schenker Heinrich (1910),John Rothgeb (tr. ed.) Jurgen Thym (tr.)CounterpointNew York: Schirmer, 1987 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, H. (1926) (trans. Siegel, H.)The Sarabande of J.S.Bach's Suite No.3 for unaccompanied violoncello, [BWV 1009]Music Forum 1970 p.274  

Schenker, HeinrichThe Opening of Beethoven's Sonata op. 111: a Letter by Heinrich SchenkerTheory and Practice, Vol. VIII/1 (September 1983), pp. 3-13.  

Schenker, HeinrichBeethoven: Funfte SynfonieVienna, 1925 (3rd imprint UE, 1978)  

Schenker, HeinrichFive graphic music analysesNew York: Dover, 1969 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, HeinrichThe Spirit of Musical TechniqueTheoria, Vol III (1988) 86-104  

Schenker, HeinrichJ.S. Bach's Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue : Critical Edition With Commentary (Longman Music Series)Schirmer, 1984 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, HeinrichHeinrich Schenker als Essayist und Kritiker : gesammelte Aufsèatze, Rezensionen und kleinere Berichte aus den Jahren 1891-1901G. Olms Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, Heinrich (1906), Oswald Jonas (ed.), E. Borgese (tr.)HarmonyChicago: UCP, 1954 (1968)Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, Heinrich (1921-24) William Drabkin (tr. & ed.)Der Tonwille : Pamphlets in Witness of the Immutable Laws of MusicOxford, 2002Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, Heinrich (1925), William Drabkin (ed.), Ian Bent (trans.), Richard A. Kramer (trans.), John Rothgeb (trans.), Hedi Siegel (trans.)The Masterwork in Music:Volume ICambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994.Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, Heinrich (1926), William Drabkin (ed. & trans), Ian Bent (trans.), John Rothgeb (trans.), Hedi Siegel (trans.)The Masterwork in Music:Volume IICambridge: Cambridge UP, 1996. Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, Heinrich (1930), William Drabkin (ed. & trans), Ian Bent (trans.), Alfred Clayton (trans.), Derrick Puffett (trans.)The Masterwork in Music:Volume IIICambridge: Cambridge UP, 1996.Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, Heinrich (1935), Ernst Oster(tr.)Free compositionNew York: Longman, 1979 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, Heinrich (tr. Hedi Siegel)A Contribution to the Study of OrnamentationThe Music Forum, IV (1976), pp. 1-139.  

Schenker, Heinrich (tr. Ian Bent)The Masterwork in the MusicMusic Analysis, Vol. 5/2-3 (1986), pp. 187ff  

Schenker, Heinrich, (tr. ?)ElucidationsCurrent Musicology, Vol. 28 (1979)  

Schenker, Heinrich, (tr. Pascall, Robert)Ihr Bild (August 1828): Song by Franz Schubert to a Lyric by Heinrich HeineMusic Analysis, Vol. 19/1 (2000), pp. 2-9  

Schenker, Heinrich, Arthur Maisel (comm.), Hedi Siegel (intro.)Graphic analysis of Brahms's Auf dem Kirchhofe, op. 105, no. 4Practice , Vol. XIII (1990), pp.  

Schenker, Heinrich, Jonathan Dunsby (trans.), Horst B. Loeschmann (trans.)Three Essays from Neue revue (1894-97)Music Analysis, Vol. 7/2 (1988), pp. 133-141  

Schenker, Heinrich; (Hedi Siegel; Arthur Maisel)Heinrich Schenker: Graphic Analysis of Brahms's 'Auf dem Kirchhofe', Op. 105, No. 4Theory and Practice, Volume 13, 1988  

Schenker, Heinrich; Heribert Esser (Ed.); Irene Schreier Scott (Tr.)The Art of PerformanceOxford: OUP, 2000Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schenker, Heinrich; John Rothgeb (Tr.)Beethoven's Ninth Symphony : A Portrayal of Its Musical Content, With Running Commentary on Performance and Literature As WellYale: YUP, 1992 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Schmalfeldt, JanetTowards a Reconciliation of Schenkerian Concepts with Traditional and Recent Theories of FormMusic Analysis, Vol. 10/3 (1991), pp. 233-287  

Siegel, Hedi (ed.) Schenker StudiesNew York: Cambridge U., 1990 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Smith, Charles J.Musical Form and Fundamental Structure: An Investigation of Schenker's FormenlehreMusic Analysis, Vol. 15/2-3 (1996), pp. 191-297  

Smith, P.H.Brahms and motivic 6/3 chordsMusic Analysis, Vol. 16/2 (1997), pp. 175-2??  

Smith, PeterStructural or Apparent Tonic: Parametric Conflict, Temporal Perspective, and a Continuum of Articulative PossibilitiesJournal of Music Theory, Vol. 39:2 (1995), pp. 245-83  

Smyth, D.Schenker's octave lines reconsideredJournal of Music Theory, Vol 43 (1999)  

Smyth, David H."Balanced Interruption" and the Formal RepeatMusic Theory Spectrum, Vol. 15/1 (1993), pp. 76-88  

Snarrenberg RobertCompeting Myths: The American Abandonment of Schenker#s OrganicismTheory, Analysis and Meaning in Music (Pople, A. ed.), Cambridge: CUP, 1994  

Snarrenberg, RobertSchenker's Interpretative PracticeCambridge University Press, 1997Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Snyder, John LSchenker and the first movement of Mozart's sonata K.545: An uninterrupted sonata-form movement?Theory and Practice, Vol.XVI (1991) 51-78  

Sobaskie, JamesAllusion in the Music of Gabriel Faurein Regarding Faure (ed. Tom Gordon), Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach, 1999. pp. 163-205Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Sobaskie, JamesPrecursive Prolongation in the Préludes of ChopinJournal of the Society for Musicology in Ireland, Vol. 3 (2007/8)  

Sobaskie, JWReview of Snarrenberg, Schenker's interpretive practiceNotes, Vol. 55 (1999)  

Solie, RuthThe living work: organicism and musical analysisNineteenth Century Music Vol 4 (1980), pp. 147-156  

Stein, DeborahHugo Wolf's "Lieder" and Extensions of TonalityAnn Arbor: UMI, 1985. Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Stock, JonathanThe Application of Schenkerian Analysis to Ethnomusicology: Problems and PossibilitiesMusic Analysis, Volume 12, Number 2, July 1993  

Straus, Joseph N.The Problem of Prolongation in Post Tonal MusicJournal of Music Theory, Vol. 31 (1987), pp. 1-21  

Suuroaa, LauriThe Path from Tonic to Dominant in the Second Movement of Schubert's String Quintet and in Chopin's Fourth BalladeJournal of Music Theory, 44/2 (2000), 451-485.  

Tarasti, EeroA Theory of Musical SemioticsIndiana: IUP, 1994Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Wagner, NaphtaliNo Crossing Branches? The Overlapping Technique in Schenkerian AnalysisTheory and Practice, Volume 20, 1995  

Waldeck, Arthur, Nathan BroderMusical Synthesis as Expounded by Heinrich SchenkerTheory and Practice, Vol. X/1-2 (July-December 1985), pp. 63 73  

Wason, RobertSchenker's Notion of Scale-Step in Historical Perspective: Non-Essential Harmonies in Viennese Fundamental Bass TheoryJournal of Music Theory, Volume 27, Number 1, Spring 1983  

Wason, Robert W.Viennese Harmonic Theory from Albrechtsberger to Schenker and Schoenberg (Studies in Musicology, No 80)UMI Research Press, 1985 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

Williamson, Johnon Mahler IntroductionsMusic Analysis, Vol. 5/1 (1986), pp.  

WintleKontra-Schenker: Largo e Mesto from Beethoven's Op.10 No.3Music Analysis, Vol. 4/1 (1985), pp. 145-182  

Wintle, Christopher"Skin and bones": The C-minor Prelude from J.S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, Book IIMusic Analysis, Vol. 5/2-3 (1986), pp. 85-96  

Yeston, Maury (ed.) Readings in Schenker and Other ApproacheNew Haven and London: Yale U. 1977 Buy from Amazon.co.ukBuy from Amazon.com

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