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    • When the Cello Speaks Alone: Cello Cadenzas in Chamber Music Duos 

      Borowsky, Frances Grace (2019)
      This dissertation explores chamber duo works in which the cello has one or more significant solo passages. Works studied are sonatas for cello and piano by Luigi Boccherini (1771), Anton Rubinstein (1855), Edvard Grieg ...
    • THE IMPACT OF GENRE FUSION AND IMPROVISATIONAL ELEMENTS IN 21ST-CENTURY OPERAS ON VOCAL PEDAGOGY AND PERFORMANCE PRACTICE 

      DuBose, Sequina (2019)
      In the 21st century, opera composers are expanding beyond traditional boundaries by incorporating improvisatory elements and musical style elements from non-classical genres. The purpose of this study is to point to the ...
    • Tenebrae 

      Fili, Michael Paul (2019)
      Tenebrae represents a complete musical setting of the texts prescribed for the Office of Tenebrae observed Thursday in Holy Week. In its complete form, Tenebrae is intended to be used liturgically, providing new musical ...
    • The Complete Songs for Voice and Piano of Albert Roussel 

      Stevens, James William (1976)
      Although he was highly thought of during his lifetime, Albert Roussel (1869-1937) now falls into the category of the neglected. Some measure of fame is assured by his ballet Bacchus et Ariane, but aside from this masterpiece ...
    • Kirsten Flagstad Discography 

      Sanner, Howard C. (1981)
      Kirsten Flagstad, the leading Wagnerian soprano of her generation, left a legacy of more than 900 recordings. In a recording career that spanned 46 years, she recorded for the Scandinavian branches of Odeon, His Master's ...