- Boretz; Cone
Perspectives on Contemporary Music Theory.
Norton, New York, 1972, Trade Paperback, , , Very Good /
Wear to covers and spine, else very good, trade paperback. Errata sheet tipped in. First edition, 2nd printing. Contents: Past and present concepts of the nature and limits of music; Milton Babbitt; New linguistic modes and the new theory; Arthur Berger; Nelson Goodman’s Languages of Art from a musical point of view; Benjamin Boretz; Alea; Pierre Boulez; Music: a view from Delft; Beyond analysis; Edward T. Cone; On the proto-theory of musical structure; Richard M. Martin; The question of order in new music; Henri Pousseur; Two lectures to scientists; J. K. Randall; Set structure as a compositional determinant; Twelve-tone rhythmic structure and the electronic medium; Milton Babbitt; A theory of segmental association in twelve-tone music; David Lewin; Operations on waveforms; J. K. Randall; The concept of unity in electronic music; Karlheinz Stockhausen; Some problems in rhythmic theory and analysis; Toward a twelve-tone polyphony; Peter Westergaard; Composition with arrays; Godfrey Winham.