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- Part I Intellectual Contexts
- The Reception of Hugo Riemann's Music TheoryLudwig Holtmeier
- “The Nature of Harmony”: A Translation and CommentaryBenjamin Steege
- What is a Function?Brian Hyer
- Riemann and Melodic Analysis: Studies in Folk-Musical TonalityMatthew Gelbart and Alexander Rehding
- Part II Dualism
- The Problem of Harmonic Dualism: A Translation and CommentaryIan Bent
- Harmonic Dualism as Historical and Structural ImperativeHenry Klumpenhouwer
- Dualistic FormsAlexander Rehding
- Dualism and the Beholder's Eye: Inversional Symmetry in Chromatic Tonal MusicDmitri Tymoczko
- Part III Tone Space
- Part IV Harmonic Space
- Part V Temporal Space
- Part VI Transformation, Analysis, Criticism