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Tom Pankhurst: Paper read at HuMAC 2003


Diatonic dramas and choleric cadences: A semiotic approach to tonal structure in Beethoven and Nielsen
(read by Tom Pankhurst at HuMAC 2003)

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Greimas, A. J.; Fontanille, J., 1993 [1991]: The Semiotics of Passions: From States of Affairs to States of Feelings, P. Perron; F. H. Collins (tr. ) (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press).

Monelle, Raymond, 'The postmodern project in music theory' in Musical Semiotics in Growth (ed. Eero Tarasti), Indiana University Press/International Semiotics Institute: Bloomington/Imatra, 1996, pp. 37-56.

Pankhurst, Tom, 2003: 'A Semiotic Approach to Tonal Closure in Nielsen's 4th Symphony' in Eero Tarasti (ed.), Musical Semiotics Revisited, Acta Semiotica Fennica XV (Helsinki: International Semiotics Institute), pp. 327-337.

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