Perspectives in musicology : the inaugural lectures of the Ph. D. Program in music at the City University of New York

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-GUSTAVE REESE, Perspectives and Lacunae in Musicological Research : Inaugural Lecture, pp. 1-14

-FRIEDRICH BLUME, Musical Scholarship Today, pp. 15-31

-VINCENT DUCKLES, Musicology at the Mirror : A Prospectus for the History of Musical Scholarship, pp. 32-55

-FRANÇOIS LESURE, Archival Research : Necessity and Opportunity, pp. 56-79

-EMANUEL WINTERNITZ, The Iconology of Music : Potentials and Pitfalls, pp. 80-90

-EDWARD E. LOWINSKY, Secret Chromatic Art Re-examined, pp. 91-135

-H. C. ROBBINS LANDON, Two Research Lacunae in Music of the Classic Period, pp. 136-150

-MILTON BABBITT, Contemporary Music Composition and Music Theory as Contemporary Intellectual History, pp. 151-184

-PAUL HENRY LANG, Musicology and Related Disciplines, pp. 185-201

-GILBERT CHASE, American Musicology and the Social Sciences, pp. 202-226

-GEORGE KNEPLER, Music Historiography in Eastern Europe, pp. 227-248

-LUIZ HEITOR CORREA DE AZEVEDO, The Present State and Potential of Music Research in Latin America, pp. 249-269

-J. H. KWABENA NKETIA, The Present State and Potential of Music Research in Africa, pp. 270-289

-MANTLE HOOD, The Consensus Makers of Asian Music, pp. 290-306

-FRANK L. L. HARRISON, Music and Cult : The Functions of Music in Social and religious Systems, pp. 307-334