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  1. Part I: Pitch structure 14 items
    1. A guide to musical analysis - Nicholas Cook 1994, c1987

      Book Essential Schenkerian analysis, pp. 27-66, available online.

    2. Analysis of tonal music: a Schenkerian approach - Allen Clayton Cadwallader, Gagné David 2011

      Book Recommended Pages 60-67 and 201-207 available online.

    3. Introduction to Schenkerian analysis - Allen Forte, Steven E. Gilbert c1982

      Book Recommended

    4. SchenkerGUIDE: a brief handbook and website for Schenkerian analysis - Tom Pankhurst 2008

      Book Further

    5. The Oxford handbook of neo-Riemannian music theories - Edward Gollin, Alexander Rehding c2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    6. Generalized musical intervals and transformations - David Lewin, Oxford University Press c2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    7. Tonality and transformation - Steven Rings, Oxford University Press 2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    8. Music analysis in theory and practice - Jonathan Dunsby, Arnold Whittall 1988

      Book Essential See: Pitch-class sets, pp. 131-153. Available online.

    9. The structure of atonal music - Allen Forte 1973

      Book Recommended

    10. The atonal music of Anton Webern - Allen Forte c1998

      Book Recommended

    11. Introduction to post-tonal theory - Joseph Nathan Straus c2005

      Book Recommended

  2. Part II: Analysis of Motive and Rhythm and Meter 5 items
    1. The time of music: new meanings, new temporalities, new listening strategies - Jonathan D. Kramer c1988

      Book Recommended See: 'Analytic Interlude: Linearity, Nonlinearity, and Moment Time in Stravinsky's Symphonies of Wind Instruments', pp.221-285. Available online.

    2. Communication in eighteenth-century music - Danuta Mirka, V. Kofi Agawu 2008

      Book Essential See: 'Metre, phrase structure and manipulations of musical beginnings', pp. 83-111

    3. Unlocking the groove: rhythm, meter, and musical design in electronic dance music - Mark J. Butler c2006

      Book Essential See: Ambiguity, pp. 121-37.

    4. Meter as rhythm - Christopher Francis Hasty 1997

      Book Further

  3. Part III: Perception and Cognition 2 items
    1. Tonal pitch space - Fred Lerdahl, Oxford University Press 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

  4. Part IV: Recent Trends 9 items
    1. Unlocking the groove: rhythm, meter, and musical design in electronic dance music - Mark J. Butler c2006

      Book Essential See: Ambiguity (Chapter 3), pp. 121-137, available online.

    2. Analyzing popular music - Allan F. Moore, Dawson Books 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential

    3. Rock: the primary text : developing a musicology of rock - Allan F. Moore c2001

      Book Recommended Elements of an analytic musicology of rock, pp. 33-63, available online.

    4. Song means: analysing and interpreting recorded popular song - Allan F. Moore 2012

      Book Recommended

    5. Beyond the score: music as performance - Nicholas Cook, Oxford University Press 2014

      Book Essential

    6. Rethinking music - Nicholas Cook, Mark Everist c1999

      Book Recommended Analysing Performance and Performing Analysis, pp. 239-261, available online.

    7. Musical performance: a guide to understanding - John Rink, MyiLibrary 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    8. The practice of performance: studies in musical interpretation - John Rink c1995

      Book Further Performance and Analysis: Interaction and Interpretation, pp. 197-216, available online.

    9. The imaginary museum of musical works: an essay in the philosophy of music - Lydia Goehr, Oxford University Press 2004 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

  5. Laki: für Trompete solo, 2006 - Olga Neuwirth 2006

    Book Recommended

  6. Du cristal - Kaija Saariaho 2002

    Book Essential