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Charles Hiroshi Garrett New York: Beach, and Jonathan W. Allen Forte December 23, — October 16, was an American music theorist and musicologist.
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Oxford University Press,8: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Forte published analyses of the works of Webern and Berg and wrote about Schenkerian analysis and music of the Great American Songbook. A complete, annotated bibliography of his publications appears in the previously cited article, Berry, “The Twin Legacies of a Scholar-Teacher.
Afterwards, he relocated to the New York City to study music at Columbia University where he received his bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees. Yale University Columbia University.
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He fhe been honored by two Festschriften homage volumes. Forte was born in Portland, Oregon. There, he studied composition with Otto Luening and Vladimir Ussachevskyalthough his main interests were forming around music theory and analysis.
Forte is well known for his book The Structure of Atonal Musicwhich traces many of its roots to an article of a decade earlier: The first, in commemoration of his seventieth birthday, was published in and edited by his former students James M. In the late s, Forte taught music at various New York institutions: The list is ordered chronologically by submission, and each advisee is given an “FA” number to denote his or her ordering among the advisees.
It included twenty-two articles by Forte’s former doctoral advisees, and three special features: The second was serialized in five installments of Gamut: Retrieved from ” https: American musicologists American music theorists Yale University faculty births deaths Guggenheim Fellows.
Yale did not offer a Ph.