The Journal of Schenkerian Studies is a peer-reviewed journal published annually by the Center for Schenkerian Studies at the University of North Texas. The journal features articles on all facets of Schenkerian thought, including theory, analysis, pedagogy, and historical aspects. Back issues can be obtained from Texas A&M University Press.
This special issue (Volume 4) contains articles adapted from papers delivered at the 2008 American Musicological Society and Society for Music Theory conference in Nashville, Tennessee. The focus is on historical aspects surrounding Heinrich Schenker and, in particular, the on-going development of the Schenker Documents Online project. Volume 4 includes contributions from Ian Bent, "Schenker as Teacher: The Case of Gerhard Albersheim"; Marko Deisinger, "Heinrich Schenker as Reflected in His Diaries of 1918:Living Conditions and World View in a Time of Political and Social Upheaval"; William Drabkin, "Hans Weisse in Correspondence with Schenker and His Circle"; Christoph Hust, "'How desolating to have to say that he is and will be the premier conductor of our time!' Heinrich Schenker and Wilhelm Furtwängler"; Timothy L. Jackson, "Punctus contra punctus—a Counterpoint of Schenkerian and Weissian Analysis: Hans Weisse's Counterpoint Studies with Heinrich Schenker"; and John Koslovsky, "Primäre Klangformen, Linearität, oder Auskomponierung?: The Analysis of Medieval Polyphony and the Critique of Musicology in the Early Work of Felix Salzer."