Festschrift for Emeritus Professor Eugene Narmour Published

Musical Implications: Essays in Honor of Eugene Narmour

Lawrence F. Bernstein, Editor
Alexander Rozin, Editor

This collection of seventeen essays by friends, colleagues, and former
students, edited by Lawrence F. Bernstein and Alexander Rozin,
celebrates the extraordinarily broad intellectual reach of Eugene
Narmour, Edmund J. Kahn Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Music at
the University of Pennsylvania, a seminal figure in the field of music
theory, and a path breaking scholar in music cognition. The studies
range widely in subject and approach, just as Narmour?s work
demonstrates impressive mastery in an imposing array of disciplines,
including, beyond his own training in music theory, art history,
cognitive studies, linguistics, and psychology. Fittingly, therefore,
these essays draw upon cognitive, historical, performative,
philosophical, style-analytical, and theoretical models. The
contributors include: Lawrence Bernstein, James Buhler, Matthew
Butterfield, Catherine Chamblee, Alfred Cramer, Zohar Eitan, Robert
Gjerdingen, Christopher Hasty, Robert Hopkins, Cristle Judd, Fred
Lerdahl, Justin London, Eugene Montague, Caroline Palmer and Janeen
Loehr, Alexander Rozin, Ruth Solie, and Gary Tomlinson.

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