APL Applied in Music Theory

@inproceedings{Kassler1987APLAI,
  title={APL Applied in Music Theory},
  author={Michael Kassler},
  booktitle={APL},
  year={1987}
}
There is today no formalised theory of tonality, the musical 'language' that has governed most Western music composed between 1650 and 1900 (e.g., music by Bach or Brahms) and much subsequent popular music. However, a number of respected music theorists have proposed informally how theories of tonality could be formulated. I have been concerned for a number of years to explicate two different informal theories of tonality proposed by A. F. C. Kollmann (1756-1829) and Heinrich Schenker (1868… CONTINUE READING