We are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 36 of the Indiana Theory Review. This volume includes a variety of repertoires and approaches: Chelsey L. Hamm (Christopher Newport University), "Interdisciplinary Assignments in the Music Fundamentals Classroom;" Samantha M. Inman (Stephen F. Austin State University), "Reprise Structures in Haydn's Op. 50 Minuets;" James S. MacKay (Loyola University New Orleans), "Fuzzy Boundaries in Classical Sonata Expositions: The Main Theme→Transition Thematic Complex;" Dave Molk (Independent Researcher), "Beethoven's “Tempest” Sonata: Ambiguity and Largo-Allegro Hybrid Passages;" Gilad Rabinovitch (Florida State University), "Hidden Polyphony, Linear Hierarchy, and Scale-Degree Associations in Galant Schemata." We would like to thank the authors, reviewers, ITR staff, and IU Press for their contributions to this publication. As a result of our partnership with Indiana University Press (http://iupress.indiana.edu/journals/itr), information about our journal can be found on our website (https://scholarworks.iu.edu/iupjournals/index.php/itr/). All issues, including Vol. 36, are available at JSTOR (http://www.jstor.org/journal/inditheorevi). The Indiana Theory Review is eagerly accepting new submissions for Vol. 37. To be published in Vol. 37, any submission will need to be recieved by December 15, 2020. ITR welcomes submitted articles on all aspects of music theory and its subdisciplines, as well as review proposals for recently published books and significant articles in the field. For more information and to submit an article to ITR, please visit our website. Any questions about the submission process should be sent to email@example.com.
Christa Cole | Emily Barbosa | Miguel Arango Calle | David Orvek
Indiana Theory Review, Editors