+612 9045 4394
 
CHECKOUT
Serial Music and Serialism : A Research and Information Guide - John D. Vander Weg

Serial Music and Serialism

A Research and Information Guide

Hardcover

Published: 25th January 2001
Ships: 7 to 10 business days
7 to 10 business days
RRP $431.99
$298.75
31%
OFF
or 4 easy payments of $74.69 with Learn more

Serial or 12-tone music has proved to be an enduring 20th century style that has generated a wide range of writings. This much-needed work provides the only comprehensive, up-to-date guide to research on serial music, offering an annotated bibliography with nearly 500 citations from books and journals from 1950 to 1995.

"Vander Weg's work should be in the collection of every library supporting undergraduate and graduate studies in music. Highly recommended." -Choice

Prefacep. xi
Acknowledgmentsp. xv
Note on Orthography and Tonesp. xix
Introduction: In Search of Serial Verb Constructionsp. 3
Previous Research on SVCsp. 6
Early Researchp. 6
Principles and Parameters Approachp. 8
On the Definition of SVCsp. 12
Interpretation and Verb Sequencing Constraintsp. 12
Conclusionp. 16
Notesp. 16
Two Types of SVCs Versus Covert Coordinationsp. 19
Distribution and Licensing of Manner Adverbsp. 19
I-type Adverb before First Verbp. 24
I-type Adverb before Second Verbp. 26
N-type Adverb after First Verbp. 36
N-type Adverb after Second Verbp. 40
Distribution of Adjuncts: Locative Prepositional Phrasep. 43
Locative PP after First Verbp. 44
Locative PP after Second Verbp. 46
Consequences of Adverb and PP Placementsp. 49
Object Sharingp. 50
Evidence for Empty Category: Adverbial Particlep. 51
Null pro Licensing: Unaccusativity and Transitivityp. 54
Subject NPp. 57
Interpretation of Subject and Agentp. 57
Distribution of Subject Pronounp. 62
Subject-oriented Interpretation of 'toborep. 57
Phonology-syntax Interfacep. 67
E-head and Relative Tonesp. 68
Wh-extraction and Relative Tonesp. 69
Resultative SVCs, Aspect, and Temporal Adverbsp. 74
Differences in Aspectual Propertiesp. 74
Process-Activity Restriction on First Verbp. 75
Event Delimiterp. 77
Temporal Adverbsp. 79
Conclusionp. 81
Notesp. 81
Predicate Cleft and Event Quantification in SVCs and CCsp. 87
The Edo Predicate Cleft Constructionp. 90
Evidence for Category Conversionp. 90
The Status of the Derived Nominalp. 92
Semantic Interpretationp. 92
Cognate Object as Event Argumentp. 93
The Syntax of Predicate Cleftp. 95
On Event Quantificationp. 101
Predicate Cleft and SVCsp. 103
Resultative SVCsp. 103
Consequential SVCs and CCsp. 108
Conclusionp. 113
Notesp. 114
Double Objects and Object Sharing in SVCsp. 117
SVCs and the Double Object Constructionp. 117
DOCs and the Associative Constructionp. 118
DOCs in Resultative and Consequential SVCsp. 123
More On DOCs and SVCsp. 132
On the Syntax of DOCsp. 136
The Asymmetry between the Theme and the Goal Objectsp. 136
Double Objects and the Empty Category Principlep. 138
Underlying vs. Derived Objectsp. 140
Conclusionp. 143
Notesp. 143
Comparative Analysis of SVCs and CCsp. 145
On Structurally Ambiguous SVCsp. 145
'Splitting Verbs' and Resultative SVCsp. 149
IGBOp. 151
Resultative V-V Compoundsp. 152
Inherent Verb Complementp. 154
Verb Inflection and Multi-event Constructionsp. 157
(Mandarin) CHINESEp. 161
Resultative V-V Compoundsp. 162
Multi-event Constructionsp. 163
Conclusionp. 165
Notesp. 165
The Serial Verb Construction Parameterp. 167
Serial Verb Constructions and Secondary Predicatesp. 167
Towards the SVC Parameter: AP vs. VP Resultativesp. 173
The Serial Verb Construction Parameterp. 178
The Bare Stem Conditionp. 178
Verb Movementp. 180
Igbo Resultative V-V Compoundsp. 188
English AP Resultative SPsp. 192
V -Movement in Consequential SVCs and CCsp. 193
Consequences of the V-raising Analysisp. 197
Rule R' and Tense Matching in SVCsp. 202
Conclusionp. 204
Notesp. 204
Re-Analysis of 'Serial Verb Constructions'p. 207
The Modal-aspectual Verb Constructionp. 208
Contrast with SVCs: INFL vs. E Projectionp. 208
INFL before the Second Verbp. 210
Evidence for Embedded Clausep. 211
Modal-aspectual Verb Restrictionp. 217
Restructuring in the Modal-aspectual Verb Constructionp. 218
Evidence for Infinitival Complementp. 219
Evidence for Restructuringp. 221
Verb Raising and Object Cleftp. 222
Predicate Cleftsp. 225
The Class of Restructuring Verbsp. 231
Syntactic Tests for Restructured Clausep. 233
There are Two Subject Positionsp. 234
I-type Adverb before First Verbp. 236
Iterative vs. Imperfectivep. 237
N-type Adverbs as VP Modifierp. 240
Locative Prepositional phrasep. 242
On Instrumental Constructionsp. 243
Motivating Subject Controlp. 245
INFL before the Second Verbp. 246
PRO Subject in Embedded Clausep. 249
Tobore Particlep. 249
Purposive Clausesp. 251
The Syntax of 'use'-type Instrumental Constructionp. 253
I-type Adverbp. 254
N-type Adverbp. 256
Locative Prepositional Phrasep. 257
Predicate Cleftp. 258
Verb Movementp. 260
Conclusionp. 262
Notesp. 262
SVC Consequencesp. 265
On the Two Types of SVCs and the Covert Coordinationp. 265
Syntactic Structuresp. 266
Lexical Constraints and Argument Sharingp. 266
The Two Type of SVCsp. 267
Licensing of Object Sharingp. 267
Licensing of Subject Sharingp. 267
On Event Compositionp. 268
Empirical Extensionsp. 268
On the Serial Verb Construction Parameterp. 269
Other Surface Verb Constructionsp. 271
Closing Thoughtp. 272
Referencesp. 273
Indexp. 283
Table of Contents provided by Syndetics. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780815335283
ISBN-10: 0815335288
Series: Music Research and Information Guides
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 160
Published: 25th January 2001
Publisher: GARLAND PUB
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 1