ABSTRACT. Lerdahl develops the idea that relationships between chords and between pitch-classes may be represented by the concept of distance. Goehr argues that regulative concepts differ from constitutive ones: the latter constitute the fabric of a practice; they provide the rules of the game. Elliott writes that the nature of music is defined according to its function in providing certain values.


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