Music Theses and Dissertations

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  • PIANO SUITES FROM 1900 TO THE PRESENT 

    Youn, Saeha (2022)
    Inarguably, the piano suite is an essential part of the pianist’s standard repertoire. With roots in the early baroque dance suite, the keyboard suite has played an important role in both performance and pedagogy. Certain ...
  • CHANTICLEER AND THE ART OF UNCONDUCTED ENSEMBLE SINGING 

    Keeler, Timothy (2022)
    Filmed concerts allow flexibility in performance: they do not need to be sequential, and they do not need to be recorded live. Rehearsing and performing as an unconducted ensemble increases ownership and agency, heightens ...
  • SIX WORKS BY FRANCIS JOHNSON (1792-1844): A SNAPSHOT OF EARLY AMERICAN SOCIAL LIFE 

    Kramer, Hayden James (2022)
    In this project, I have sought to reconcile conflicts and inconsistencies in the literature on FrancisJohnson, explicate his relevance in the past and present, and, most significantly, to stage and record new performances ...
  • Rachmaninoff's Performance Style As Heard In His Recordings: An Artistic And Technical Survey 

    HENRY, DAVID (2022)
    This dissertation explores the piano recordings made by Sergei Vasilyevich Rachmaninoff, in particular the works he recorded multiple times, identifying the larger developmental arc of his playing during the twenty-four ...
  • Quintet for Flute and String Quartet 

    Wentz, Cameron Lee (2022)
    Quintet is written for flute, 2 violins, viola, and cello, and it Is in three movements (Mvt 1 – c. 7.5 min., Mvt. 2 – c. 5.5 min., Mvt .3 – c. 7.5 min.). Prior to writing any notes, I sketched various graphs in order to ...

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