Intenzioni tonali e fenomenologia del tempo, un analisi a partire da David Lewin
David Lewin’s essay Music Theory, Phenomenology, and Modes of Perception  deals with the intersections between music analysis and phenomenology of perception, developing a formal model around the constitution of multiple and heterogeneous perceptual experiences of musical events. Lewin applies the model by presenting an analysis of Schubert’s Lied Morgengruss. In order to pursue Lewin’s phenomenological attempt, this paper suggests an analytical approach which explores Husserl’s conception of time consciousness. Two specic diagrams on the subject of Schubert’s Morgengruss combine phenomenological analysis and transformational theory.