Welcome!

From the Editor:

We are pleased to announce the publication of the newest issue of Indiana Theory Review, featuring articles by Sean Atkinson, Victoria Malawey, and Eugene Montague. As always, we are grateful to our editorial board and to our volunteer staff, without whom the publication of Indiana Theory Review would be impossible. I am particularly grateful to our production manager Mark Chilla for his work on maintaining the high quality of the journal’s appearance.

I am also happy to announce that after this issue, Devin Chaloux is taking over the editorship of ITR. I would personally like to thank everyone who has worked with the journal during my tenure: our editorial board, our authors, and especially our staff and the theory faculty at Indiana University. Without these people, ITR would not be the journal it has become, and I have no doubt that it will continue its growth as a top-quality journal of music theory under Devin’s leadership.

—Michael McClimon
Bloomington, Indiana

Indiana Theory Review, Volume 30, No. 2

Sean Atkinson
(University of Texas at Arlington)
Musical, Textual, and Visual Meanings in Bang on a Can’s Lost Objects
Victoria Malawey
(Macalester College)
Ear Training with the Music of Radiohead
Eugene Montague
(The George Washington University)
Pleasure and Habit in Ligeti’s “Touche Bloquées”
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