Introduction

The following bibliography is not exhaustive of the field of Schenker studies. It contains a complete listing of Schenker's own publications, with only complete English translations. Its listings of research tools and secondary literature, however, relate only to historical studies of Schenker and his immediate circle in the broad sense, that is, source studies, biography, development of thought, publication history, history of ideas, and reception.

1: Schenker's Works, with English Translations

a: Schenker's Published Works and Editions

  • [early critical writings] Federhofer, Hellmut, ed., Heinrich Schenker als Essayist und Kritiker: Gesammelte Aufsätze, Rezensionen und kleinere Berichte aus den Jahren 1891-1901 (Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1990)
  • C. Ph. E. Bach: Klavierwerke, 2 vols (Vienna: UE, [1903])
  • Ein Beitrag zur Ornamentik: als Einführung zu Ph. Em. Bachs Klavierwerken ... (Vienna: UE, [1903], 2nd edn 1908)
    —Siegel, Hedi, ed. & trans., "A Contribution to the Study of Ornamentation," MForum 4 (1976), 1–189
  • Neue musikalische Theorien und Phantasien, vol. I Harmonielehre (Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta'sche Buchhandlung Nachfolger, 1906, re-edns 1908, Vienna: UE, 1921; repr. edn UE, 1978)
    —Jonas, Oswald, ed., Elisabeth Mann Borgese, transl., Harmony (Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1954, repubd 1980; repr. edn Cambridge, MA: M. I. T. Press, 1973)
  • Neue musikalische Theorien und Phantasien, vol. II/1 Kontrapunkt: Erster Halbband: Cantus Firmus und zweistimmiger Satz (Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta'sche Buchhandlung Nachfolger, 1910, re-edn Vienna: UE, 1922; repr edn Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1991)
    —Rothgeb, John & Thym, Jürgen, ed. & transl., Counterpoint, Book I: Cantus Firmus and Two-voice Counterpoint (New York & London: Schirmer Books & Collier Macmillan, 1987; rev. edn Ann Arbor: Musicalia Press, 2001)
  • Neue musikalische Theorien und Phantasien, vol. II/2 Kontrapunkt: Zweiter Halbband: drei und mehrstimmiger Satz; Übergänge zum freien Satz (Vienna: UE, 1922, re-edn 1922; repr. edn Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1991)
    —Rothgeb, John & Thym, Jürgen, ed. & transl., Counterpoint, Book II: Counterpoint in Three and More Voices, Bridges to Free Compositions (New York & London: Schirmer Books & Collier Macmillan, 1987; rev. edn Ann Arbor: Musicalia Press, 2001)
  • Neue musikalische Theorien und Phantasien, vol. III Der freie Satz (Vienna: UE, 1935; ed. and rev. Oswald Jonas 2/1956
    — Oster, Ernst, ed. & transl., Free Composition (Der freie Satz), 2 vols (New York: Longman, 1979; repr. edn Hillsdale, NY: Pendragon, 2001)
  • G. F. Händel: Sechs Orgelkonzerte nach den Originalen für Klavier zu vier Händen bearbeitet (Vienna: UE, [1905]) [only vol. I of two vols produced]
  • Niloff, Artur [pseud. of Heinrich Schenker], Instrumentations-Tabelle, mit einer Einführung (Vienna: UE, 1908, 2nd edn 1909, 3rd edn 1912, numerous later editions)
  • Chromatische Fantasie und Fuge D moll von Johann Sebastian Bach: Kritische Ausgabe mit Anhang (Vienna: UE, 1910; 2nd rev. edn Oswald Jonas, 1969)
    —Siegel, Hedi, ed. & transl., J. S. Bach's Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue: Critical Edition with Commentary (New York: Longman, 1984)
  • Beethovens Neunte Sinfonie: eine Darstellung des musikalischen Inhaltes unter fortlaufender Berücksichtigung auch des Vortrages unter der Literatur (Vienna: UE, 1912; repr. edn, 1969)
    — Rothgeb, John, ed. & transl., Beethoven's Ninth Symphony: a Portrayal of its Musical Content, with Running Commentary on Performance and Literature as well (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1992)
  • Die letzten fünf Sonaten von Beethoven [= Erläuterungsausgabe] (Vienna: UE, 1913–21; 2nd edn 1923–28; new edn, ed. Oswald Jonas, 1971–72): Op. 109 (1913, 2/1923; 1971); Op. 110 (1914, 2/1924; 1972); Op. 111 (1915, 2/1925; 1971); Op. 101 (1921, 2/1928; 1972)
    —Rothgeb, John, ed. & transl., Beethoven's Last Piano Sonatas: An Edition with Elucidation, by Heinrich Schenker (New York, Oxford University Press, 2015): vol. I Piano Sonata in E major, Op. 109; vol. II Piano Sonata in A-flat major, Op. 110; vol. III Piano Sonata in C minor, Op. 111; vol. IV Piano Sonata in A major, Op. 101
  • L. van Beethoven: Klaviersonaten, nach den Autographen und Erstdrucken rekonstruirt von Heinrich Schenker (Vienna: UE, 1921-23; new edn, rev. Erwin Ratz (Vienna: UE, 1945). repr. of 1921-23 edn with intro. Carl Schachter (New York: Dover, 1975)
  • L. van Beethoven: Sonata op. 27, n. 2 (Der sogenannte Mondscheinsonate), mit drei Skizzenblättern des Meisters, herausgegeben in Faksimile-Reproduktion, vol. 1 of Musikalische Seltenheiten: Wiener Liebhaberdrucke, gen. ed. Otto Erich Deutsch (Vienna: UE, 1921)
  • Der Tonwille: Flugblätter zum Zeugnis unwandelbarer Gesetze der Tonkunst ... (Vienna: UE, 1921–24; issued in 3 vols, 1927): Heft 1 (1921), 2 (1922), 3 (1922), 4 (1923), 5 (1923), 6 (1923), IV/1 [=7] (Jan/March 1924), IV/2/3 [=8/9] (April/Sept 1924), IV/4 [=10] (October 1924)
    — Drabkin, William, ed., Der Tonwille: Pamphlets/Quarterly Publication [team-translated] (New York: Oxford University Press, 2004–05): vol. I [= 1–5] (2004); vol. II [= 6–10] (2005)
  • Das Meisterwerk in der Musik: ein Jahrbuch (Munich: Drei Masken Verlag, 1925–30): vol. I (1925), vol. II (1926), vol. III (1930)
    —Drabkin, William, ed., The Masterwork in Music: A Yearbook [team-translated] (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994–97): vol. I (1994), vol. II (1996), vol. III (1997); 2nd edn, with new introduction by William Drabkin (New York: Dover, 2014)
  • Fünf Urlinie-Tafeln / Five Analyses in Sketchform [with intro. in Ger. and Eng.] (New York: David Mannes Music School, 1932)
    —Salzer, Felix, intro. and glossary, Five Graphic Music Analyses (Fünf Urlinie-Tafeln) (New York: Dover Publications, 1969)
  • Johannes Brahms, Oktaven und Quinten u. a. aus dem Nachlass herausgegeben und erläutert (Vienna: UE, 1933)
    —Mast, Paul, transl., Brahms's Study, "Octaven u. Quinten u. A., with Schenker's Commentary," MForum 5 (1980), 1–196

b: Schenker's Unpublished Works

  • Das Tonsystem [c.1903]
    – [an edition and translation by Robert Wason is scheduled for publication in 2017]
  • Über den Niedergang der Kompositionskunst: eine technisch-kritische Untersuchung [c. 1905–09]
    – Drabkin, William, ed., transcr., & transl., "The Decline of the Art of Composition: A Technical-Critical Study," Music Analysis xxiv/1–2 (March–July 2005), 131–231 (Ger.), 33–129 (Engl.)
  • Formenlehre [1907]
    – [no transcr. or transl. available]
  • Die Kunst des Vortrags [c. 1911 and later]
    – Esser, Heribert, ed., Schreier Scott, Irene, transl., The Art of Performance (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000) [no Ger. transcr.]

2: Catalogues and Finding Lists

  • Koslovsky, John, comp., Guide to The Felix Salzer Papers, Music Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, available at: website: Salzer Papers Guide
  • Kosovsky, Robert, "Levels of Understanding: An Introduction to Schenker’s Nachlass," in Schachter/Siegel (1999), pp. 3–11
  • Kosovsky, Robert, comp., The Oster Collection: Papers of Heinrich Schenker: A Finding List (New York: New York Public Library, 1990)
  • Lang, Robert & Kunselman, JoAn, comp., Heinrich Schenker, Oswald Jonas, Moriz Violin: A Checklist of Manuscripts and Other Papers in the Oswald Jonas Memorial Collection (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994), updated at: website: Oswald Memorial Checklist
  • Rast, Nicholas, ed., "A Checklist of Essays and Reviews by Heinrich Schenker," Music Analysis vii/2 (July 1988), 121–32

3: Bibliographic Tools

  • Ayotte, Benjamin Ayotte, ed., Heinrich Schenker: A Guide to Research (New York: Routledge, 2004)
  • Berry, David Carson, ed., A Topical Guide to Schenkerian Literature: An Annotated Bibliography with Indices (Hillsdale, NY: Pendragon Press, 2004)
  • Musik und Theater, enthaltend die Bibliothek des Herrn Dr. Heinrich Schenker, Wien (Vienna: Antiquariat Heinrich Hinterberger, [1935])

4: Dictionary and Encyclopedia Articles on Schenker

  • Jonas, Oswald, in Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, 1st edn, vol. 11 (Kassel: Bärenreiter, 1963)
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, in Riemann Musik Lexikon, 12th edn, Personenteil L–Z (Mainz: Schott, 1961) [with supplement in the Ergänzungsband (1975)]
  • Snarrenberg, Robert, in New Grove Dictionary of Music (2/1981 and online)
  • Holtmeier, Ludwig, in Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart, 2nd edn, Personenteil, vol. 14 (Kassel: Bärenreiter, 2005)

5: Exclusively Schenkerian Journals

  • Der Dreiklang: Monatsschrift für Musik, ed. Jonas, Oswald & Salzer, Felix, 9 issues (1937–8; repr. Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1989)
  • Journal of Schenkerian Studies (University of North Texas, 2005–) [ = JSS]
  • Music Forum, eds Mitchell, William J., Salzer, Felix, Schachter, Carl (New York: Columbia University Press): I (1967), II (1970), III (1973), IV (1976); V (1980); VI/1 (1987) [ = MForum]
  • For Schenker Studies, see Collective Volumes, below

6: Secondary Literature

a: independent of SDO

(1) Collective Volumes:

  • Burstein, Poundie, ed., Essays from the Fourth International Schenker Symposium, vol. 2 (Hildesheim: Georg Olms Verlag, 2013) [= Burstein (2013)]
  • Cadwallader, Allen, ed., Essays from the Fourth International Schenker Symposium, vol. I (Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 2008) [= Cadwallader (2008)]
  • Eybl,Martin, ed., Schenker in Wien: Lebensumstände, Freunde und Schüler des österreichischen Musiktheoretikers Heinrich Schenker (1868–1935) [exhibition catalog, January 2–26, 1996]
  • Eybl, Martin & Fink-Mennel, Evelyn, eds., Schenker-Traditionen: Eine Wiener Schule der Musiktheorie und ihre internationale Verbreitung / A Viennese School of Music Theory and Its International Dissemination (Vienna: Böhlau-Verlag, 2006) [ = Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006)]
  • Fink, Evelyn, ed., Rebell und Visionär: Heinrich Schenker in Wien: Katalog zur Ausstellung vom 12. Juni bis 3. Juli 2003 an der Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Wien (Vienna: Lafite, 2003) [ = Fink (2003)]
  • Schachter, Carl, & Siegel, Hedi, eds., Schenker Studies 2 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999) [ = Schachter/Siegel (1999)]
  • Siegel, Hedi, ed., Schenker Studies (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990) [ = Siegel (1990)]

(2) Monographs and Articles:

  • [Anon.], "Von A(lbersheim) bis Z(uckerkandl): Schülerinnen und Schüler Heinrich Schenkers," in Eybl/Fink-Mennell (2006), pp. 235–52 [Albersheim, Bamberger, Breisach, von Cube, Sophie Deutsch, Elias, Hupka, Jonas, Oppel, Roth, Salzer, Vrieslander, Weisse, Wolf, Zuckerkandl]
  • Alpern, Wayne, "Music Theory as a Mode of Law: The Case of Heinrich Schenker, Esq.," Cardozo Law Review xx/5–6 (1999), 1459–1511
  • Bent, Ian, "History of Music Theory: Margin or Center?," Theoria vi (1992), 1-21
  • Barcaba, Peter, "'Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön' – Der 1. Satz von Beethovens Klaviersonate op. 57 in der Deutung von Heinrich Schenker und Franz Eibner," in Fink (2003), pp. 36–75
  • Berry, David Carson, "Hans Weisse (1892–1940)," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 91–103
  • Berry, David Carson, "The Role of Adele T. Katz in the Early Expansion of the New York 'Schenker School'," Current Musicology lxxiv (2002), 103–51
  • Berry, David Carson, "Victor Vaughn Lytle and the Early Proselytism of Schenkerian Ideas in the U.S.," Journal of Schenkerian Studies i (Fall 2005), 92–117
  • Boenke, Patrick, "Zur österreichischen und deutschen Rezeption der Schichtenlehre Heinrich Schenkers," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 149–54
  • Botstein, Leon, "Gedanken zu Heinrich Schenkers jüdischer Indentität," in Fink (2003), pp. 11–17
  • Botstein, Leon, "Schenker the Regressive: Observations on the Historical Schenker," Musical Quarterly lxxxvi (2002), 239–47
  • Cadwallader, Allen & Pastille, William, "Schenker's Unpublished Work with the Music of Johannes Brahms," in Schachter/Siegel (1999), pp. 26–46
  • Cherlin, Michael, "Hauptmann and Schenker: Two Adaptations of Hegelian Dialectics," Theory & Practice xiii (1988), 115–31
  • Chiang, Yu-Ring, "Heinrich Schenkers Wiener Gedenkstätten: Gedanken zu seinem sechzigsten Todesjahr," in Mitteilungen der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Musikwissenschaft 30 (September 1996), pp. 41–51
  • Cook, Nicholas, "Heinrich Schenker, Anti-historicist," Revista de musicologia, xvi (1993), 24–36
  • Cook, Nicholas, "Heinrich Schenker, Modernist: Detail, Difference, and Analysis," Theory & Practice, xxiv (1999), 91–106
  • Cook, Nicholas, "Heinrich Schenker, Polemicist: a Reading of the Ninth Symphony Monograph," Music Analysis xiv (1995), 89–105
  • Cook, Nicholas, "The Editor and the Virtuoso, or Schenker versus Bülow," Journal of the Royal Musical Association cxvi (1991), 78–95
  • Cook, Nicholas, The Schenker Project: Culture, Race, and Music Theory in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007)
  • Drabkin, William, "The New Erläuterungsausgabe," Perspectives of New Music (Fall/Winter 1973, Spring/Summer 1974), 319–30 [review]
  • Dunsby, Jonathan, "Schoenberg and the Writings of Schenker," Journal of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute ii/1 (1977), 26–33
  • Erwin, Charlotte E. & Simms, Bryan R., "Schoenberg’s Correspondence with Heinrich Schenker," Journal of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute v/1 (1981), 22–43
  • Eybl, Martin, "Grandiose Isolierzellen und rasselnde Fugenmechanik: Zu Schenkers Kritik an seinem Lehrer Bruckner," in Othmar Wessely, ed., Anton Bruckner als Schüler und Lehrer (Linz: Anton Bruckner-Institut, 1992), pp. 137–45
  • Eybl, Martin, Heinrich Schenkers frühe Veröffentlichungen, 1891–1898 (MPhil diss., University of Vienna, 1988)
  • Eybl, Martin, Ideologie und Methode: Zum ideengeschichtlichen Kontext von Schenkers Musiktheorie (Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1995)
  • Eybl, Martin, "Schopenhauer, Freud, and the Concept of Deep Structure in Music," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 51–58
  • Eybl, Martin, "Zweckbestimmung und historische Voraussetzungen der Analytik Heinrich Schenkers," in Gernot Gruber, ed., Zur Geschichte der musikalischen Analyse (Laaber: Laaber-Verlag, 1996), pp. 145–56
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, "Das Verhältnis von Guido Adler und Heinrich Schenker zur musikalischen Analyse," in Gernot Gruber, ed., Zur Geschichte der musikalischen Analyse (Laaber: Laaber-Verlag, 1996), pp. 211–15
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, "Fux's Gradus ad Parnassum as viewed by Heinrich Schenker," Music Theory Spectrum iv (1982), 66–75
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, "Heinrich Schenker (1868–1935) und Arnold Schönberg (1874–1951) als Musiktheoretiker," Studien zur Musikwissenschaft xviii (1994), 319–40
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, "Heinrich Schenkers Bruckner-Verständnis," Archiv für Musikwissenschaft xxxix (1982), 198–217
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, "Heinrich Schenker und die deutschsprachige Musikwissenschaft," Die Musikforschung 59/3 (July-Sept 2006), 246-251
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, "Heinrich Schenkers Verhältnis zu Arnold Schönberg," Mitteilungen der Kommission für Musikforschung xxxiii (1981), 369–90
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, Heinrich Schenker nach Tagebüchern und Briefen in der Oswald Jonas Memorial Collection (Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 1985)
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, "Theodor W. Adornos und Heinrich Schenkers Musikdenken," Archiv für Musikwissenschaft lxi/4 (2004), 300–13
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, "Heinrich Schenkers Vermächtnis," Musiktheorie xix/1 (2004), 44–52
  • Federhofer, Hellmut, "Zur Demokratisierung von Heinrich Schenkers Musikanschauung," in Festschrift Christoph-Hellmut Mahling zum 65. Geburtstag (Tutzing: Schneider, 1997), 331-339
  • Fink, Evelyn, "Analyse nach Heinrich Schenker an Wiener Musiklehranstalten: ein Beitrag zur Schenker-Rezeption in Wien," in Fink (2003), pp. 18–35
  • Fink-Mennel, Evelyn,"Das Schenker-Institut und der Lehrgang für Tonsatz nach Heinrich Schenker: zur Wiener Schenker-Traditionen," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 155–68
  • Forte, Allen, "Schenkerians and Schoenbergians in America," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 83–88
  • Gruber, Gerold W., "Atonal Prolongation – eine Chimäre?," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 69–82e
  • Grünzweig, Werner, "Vom 'Schenkerismus' zum 'Dahlhaus-Projekt': Einflüsse deutschsprachiger Musiker und Musikwissenschaftler in den Vereinigten Staaten—Anfänge und Ausblick," Österreichische Musik-Zeitschrift iii–iv (1993), 161–70
  • Hailey, Christopher, "Anbruch and Tonwille: The Verlagspolitik of Universal Edition," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 59–67
  • Johns, Donald, "'Aimez-vous Brahms?': Ein Hindemith–Schenker-Briefwechsel," Hindemith-Journal xx (1991), 141–51
  • Karnes, Kevin, "Another Look at Critical Partisanship in the Viennese fin de siècle: Schenker's Reviews of Brahms's Vocal Music, 1891–92," 19th-Century Music xxvi (2002), 73–93
  • Karnes, Kevin, Heinrich Schenker and Musical Thought in Late Nineteenth-Century Vienna (PhD diss., Brandeis University, 2001)
  • Karnes, Kevin, Music, Criticism, and the Challenge of History: Shaping Modern Musical Thought in Late Nineteenth-Century Vienna (New York: Oxford University Press, 2008)
  • Keiler, Allan, "The Origins of Schenker's Thought: How Man is Musical," Journal of Music Theory xxxiii (1996), 273–98
  • Korsyn, Kevin, "Schenker and Kantian Epistemology," Theoria iii (1988), 1–58
  • Korsyn, Kevin, "Schenker's Organicism Reexamined," Intégral vii (1993), 82–118
  • Kurth, Ulrich, Die Auswirkungen der Lehre Heinrich Schenkers und seiner Schüler in den USA, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft SP "Exilforschung" (DFG-Az. 8/9-1) "Wiener Schulen in den USA" [unpublished manuscript, signed: Schwerte, im April 1985]
  • Littlefield, Richard & Neumeyer, David, "Rewriting Schenker: Narrative—History—Ideology," Music Theory Spectrum xiv/1 (Spring 1992), 38–65; also rev. and repubd in Richard Littlefield, ed., Frames and Framing: The Margins of Music Analysis (Helsinki: Semiotics Institute, 2001, pp. 18–57
  • Mann, Michael, "Schenker's Contribution to Music Theory," Musical Review x (1949), 3–26
  • Morgan, Robert, "Schenker's Der freie Satz: History, Significance, Reception," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 221–31
  • Neff, Severine, "Schenker, Schoenberg, and Goethe: Visions of the Organic Artwork," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 29–50
  • Pastille, William, "Aesthetic Education: On the Origins of Schenker's Musical Politics," in Cadwallader (2008), pp. 183–95
  • Pastille, William, "Heinrich Schenker: Anti-Organicist," 19th-Century Music viii/1 (1984), 29–36
  • Pastille, William, "Music and Life: Some Lessons," Theory & Practice xxiv (1999), 117–19
  • Pastille, William, "Music and Morphology: Goethe's Influence on Schenker's Thought," in Siegel (1990), pp. 29–44
  • Pastille, William, "Schenker's Value Judgments," Music Theory Online i/6 (1995)
  • Pastille, William, Ursatz: The Musical Philosophy of Heinirch Schenker (PhD diss., Cornell University, 1985)
  • Rothfarb, Lee, August Halm: A Critical and Creative Life in Music (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2009)
  • Rothgeb, John & Siegel, Hedi, "The Opening of Beethoven’s Sonata Op. 111: A Letter by Heinrich Schenker," Theory & Practice viii/1 (1983), 3–13
  • Rothgeb, John, "Oswald Jonas (1897–1978)," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 113–20
  • Rothgeb, John, "Schenkerian Theory and Manuscript Studies: Modes of Interaction," in Siegel (1990), pp. 4–14
  • Rothstein, William, "Ernst Oster (1908–1977)," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 121–35
  • Rothstein, William, "The Americanization of Schenker," in Schenker Studies (1990), pp. 193–203
  • Schachter, Carl, "Elephants, Crocodiles, and Beethoven: Schenker's Politics and the Pedagogy of Schenkerian Analysis," Theory & Practice xxvi (2001), 1–20
  • Schachter, Carl, "Felix Salzer (1904–1986)," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 105–111
  • Siegel, Hedi, "A Source for Schenker's Study of Thorough Bass: His Annotated Copy of J. S. Bach's Generalbassbüchlein," in Siegel (1990), pp. 15–28
  • Siegel, Hedi, "Looking at the Urlinie," in Poundie Burstein & David Gagné, eds., Structure and Meaning in Tonal Music, Festschrift in Honor of Carl Schachter (Hillsdale, NY: Pendragon, 2006), 79–99
  • Siegel, Hedi, "The Pictures and Words of an Artist ("von einem Künstler"): Heinrich Schenker's Fünf Urlinie-Tafeln," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 203–19
  • Siegel, Hedi, "When 'Freier Satz' was Part of Kontrapunkt: A Preliminary Report," in Schachter/Siegel (1999), pp. 12–25
  • Simms, Bryan R., "New Documents in the Schoenberg–Schenker Polemic," Perspectives of New Music xvi/1 (Fall/Winter 1977), 110–124
  • Simms, Bryan R., "Schenker, Schoenberg, and the Metier of Music Theory," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 19–27
  • Slatin, Sonia, The Theories of Heinrich Schenker in Perspective (PhD diss., Columbia University, 1967)
  • Slottow, Stephen, "Schenkerian Pedagogy in the Salzer and Oster Teaching Lines: An Oral History Approach," in Cadwallader (2008), pp. 259–78
  • Snarrenberg, Robert, "Competing Myths: the American Abandonment of Schenker's Organicism," in Anthony Pople, ed., Theory, Analysis and Meaning in Music (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994)
  • Snarrenberg, Robert, Schenker's Interpretive Practice (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997)
  • Snarrenberg, Robert, "Schenker's Senses of Concealment," Theoria vi (1992), 97–134
  • Stern, David, "Schenkerian Theory and the Analysis of Renaissance Music," in Siegel (1990), pp. 45–59
  • Suppan, Wolfgang, "Viktor Zuckerkandl (1896–1965)," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 137–48
  • Wason, Robert W., "From Harmonielehre to Harmony: Schenker's Theory of Harmony and its Americanization," in Eybl/Fink-Mennel (2006), pp. 171–201; later version in Cadwallader (2008), pp. 213–58

b: related to SDO, pre-2003

  • Bent, Ian, "Heinrich Schenker, Chopin and Domenico Scarlatti," Music Analysis v (1986), 131–49
  • Bent, Ian, "Heinrich Schenker e la missione del genio germanico," Rivista itaiana di musicologia xxvi/1 (1991), 3–34
  • Drabkin, William, "A Lesson in Analysis from Heinrich Schenker: The C Major Prelude from Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, Book I," Music Analysis iv/3 (1985), 241–58
  • Drabkin, William, "Felix-Eberhard von Cube and the North-German Tradition of Schenkerism," Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association cxi (1985), 180–207
  • Drabkin, William, "Schenker, the Consonant Passing Note, and the First-Movement Theme of Beethoven’s Sonata Op. 26," Music Analysis xv/2–3 (1996), 149–89
  • Jackson, Timothy L.,"Heinrich Schenker as Composition Teacher: The Schenker–Oppel Exchange," Music Analysis xx/1 (2001), 1–115

c: emanating from SDO, published

(1) Books, Monographs, and Dissertations

  • Bent, Ian, David Bretherton, and William Drabkin, eds, Heinrich Schenker: Selected Correspondence (Woodbridge, Suffolk: The Boydell Press, 2014)
  • Burgstaller, Georg: "Kritikerdämmerung: Heinrich Schenker and Music Journalism" (PhD thesis, University of Southampton, 2015)
  • Hewlett, Kirstie, 2015: "Heinrich Schenker and the Radio" (PhD thesis, University of Southampton, 2015)
  • Marston, Nicholas, Heinrich Schenker and Beethoven's 'Hammerklavier' Sonata, Royal Musical Association Monographs 23 (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2013)

(2) Articles

  • Bent, Ian, "Heinrich Schenker and Robert Brünauer: Relations with a Musical Industrialist," in Beer, Axel, ed., Festschrift Hellmut Federhofer zum 100. Geburtstag (Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 2011), pp. 25–37
  • Bent, Ian, "'Niemals also ist der Verleger ein "Mäzen des Künstlers"': Schenker and the Music-Publishing World", Burstein (2013), pp. 121-33
  • Bent, Ian, "Schenker and the Well-Tempered Clavier," in Cadwallader (2008), pp. 197–211
  • Bent, Ian, "'That Bright New Light': Schenker, Universal Edition, and the Origins of the Erläuterung Series, 1901–1910," Journal of the American Musicological Society lviii/1 (2005), 69–138
  • Deisinger, Marko, "Heinrich Schenker und die Tiroler Volksmusik. Beobachtungen des Wiener Musiktheoretikers während seiner Sommeraufenthalte in Tirol," in Lukas Christensen, Kurt Drexel, Monika Fink, eds., Rudolf von Ficker (1886‒1954). Tagungsband zum Symposium anlässlich seines 125. Geburtstages und des 85-jährigen Bestehens des Innsbrucker Institutes für Musikwissenschaft (Innsbruck: Innsbruck University Press, 2012), pp. 183-197
  • Deisinger, Marko, "Heinrich Schenker, Anthony van Hoboken und das Archiv für Photogramme musikalischer Meisterhandschriften an der Musiksammlung der Nationalbibliothek Wien," in Wiener Geschichtsblätter, 69th Jahrgang, Beiheft 3 (2014), pp. 241‒65
  • Deisinger, Marko, "Projekt 'Heinrich Schenker, Tagebücher 1918–1925: kommentierte Edition': Projektbeschreibung und erste Ergebnisse," in M. Calella, C. Glanz, C. Szabó-Knotik & M. Grassl, eds., Anklaenge: Wiener Jahrbuch für Musikwissenschaft iii (Vienna: Mille Tre, 2008), 270–273
  • Deisinger, Marko, "Rekreation und Inspiration: Heinrich Schenker auf Sommerfrische," in: Ganz oben: Geschichten über Galtür und die Welt, ed. S. Berndt (Galtür: Alpinarium Galtür, 2014), pp. 100-103.
  • Drabkin, William, "An Autobiographical Letter of Schenker's from 1928", Burstein (2013), pp. 103-19
  • Drabkin, William, "Heinrich Schenker and Moriz Violin in the 1920s," in Beer, Axel, ed., Festschrift Hellmut Federhofer zum 100. Geburtstag (Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 2011), pp. 51–61
  • Drabkin, William, "Schenker’s “Decline: An Introduction," Music Analysis xxiv/1–2 (March-July 2005), 3–31 [introductory essay to transcription and translation of Schenker’s Über den Niedergang der Kompositionskunst, 33–232 – see Section 1.b. above]
  • Drabkin, William, "Schubert, Schenker and the Art of Setting German Poetry," Eighteenth-Century Music, vol. v/2 (2008), 209-36
  • Eybl, Martin, "Schnadahüpfeln an Floriz: Heinrich Schenker als Sommergast in Salzburg und Tirol 1919 ‒1924," in U. Hemetek, E. Fink-Mennel, and R. Pietsch, eds., Musikalien des Übergangs: Festschrift für Gerlinde Haid anlässlich ihrer Emeritierung 2011(Vienna 2011), pp. 237‒49
  • Marston, Nicholas, "Schenker's Concept of a Beethoven Sonata Edition", Burstein (2013), pp. 91-101
  • Reiter, Andrea, "'Von der Sendung des deutschen Genies': The Music Theorist Heinrich Schenker (1868–1935) and Cultural Conservatism," in R. Görner, ed., Resounding Concerns (Munich: iudicium, 2003), 135–59
  • Rothfarb, Lee A., "August Halm on Body and Spirit in Music," 19th Century Music xxix/2 (Fall 2005), 121–41
  • Rothfarb, Lee A., "Halm and Schenker: Culture, Politics, Aesthetics," in Beer, Axel, ed., Festschrift Hellmut Federhofer zum 100. Geburtstag (Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 2011), pp. 401–17
  • Rothfarb, Lee A., "Heinrich Schenker and Ibn Ezra: Literal and Interpretive Meaning in Music," Musiktheorie 29/1 (2014), 33-49
  • Rothgeb, John, "The Schenker–Jonas Correspondence in the Oswald Jonas Memorial Collection", Burstein (2013), pp. 85-90
  • Siegel, Hedi, "Schenker's Letters to Felix Salzer: A Nod to the Future", Burstein (2013), pp. 73-83

(3) Broadcasts

  • Learning to Listen, BBC Radio 4 broacast, August 14, 2014, written by Kirstie Hewlett, produced by Eleanor Kiff and Kirstie Hewlett, presented by Dominic Sandbrook, http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04d4sdm

d: Journal of Schenkerian Studies iv (2010), special issue, comprising:

  • Bent, Ian, "Schenker Documents Online: An Introduction," pp. 1–2
  • Hust, Christoph, "'How desolating to have to say that he is and will be the premier conductor of our time!': Schenker's Discussions with Furtwängler," pp. 3–14
  • Deisinger, Marko, "Heinrich Schenker as Reflected in His Diaries of 1918: Living Conditions and World View in a Time of Political and Social Upheaval," pp. 15–34
  • Bent, Ian, "Schenker as Teacher: The Case of Gerhard Albersheim," pp. 35–68
  • Drabkin, William, "Hans Weisse in Correspondence with Schenker and His Circle," pp. 69–85
  • Jackson, Timothy L., "Punctus contra punctum – a Counterpoint of Schenkerian and Weissian Analysis and Hans Weisse's Composition Studies with Heinrich Schenker," pp. 87–186
  • Koslovsky, John, "Primäre Klangformen, Linearität, oder Auskomponierung?: The Analysis of Medieval Polyphony and the Critique of Musicology in the Early Work of Felix Salzer," pp. 187–206

e: emanating from SDO

Music Analysis 34/2 (July 2015), special issue, comprising:

  • Drabkin, William, "Editor's Introduction", pp. 151-54
  • Bent, Ian, "Schenker and Bach’s French Suite in E Major", pp. 155-74
  • Bretherton, David, "Schenker, Cube and Schubert’s ‘Der Doppelgänger’", pp. 175-99
  • Burgstaller, Georg, "Schenker’s Theory of Criticism, circa 1911", pp. 200-20
  • Deisinger, Marko, "Heinrich Schenker and the Photogram Archive", pp. 221-43
  • Hewlett, Kirstie, "Heinrich Schenker and the Radio", pp. 244-64
  • Siegel, Hedi, "Schenker at the Piano", pp. 265-79
  • Reiter, Andrea, " A Literary Perspective on Schenker’s Jewishness", pp. 280-303