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RYLAND, Christopher JosephMapping children's musico-cultural background to complement musical aptitude testingM.EdMonash University2007143
RYNDERMAN, BenjaminThe licensing of new recorded music business models in Australia: Current practice, the barriers to entry and an investigation in to the need for legislative reformMCrindQueensland University of Technology201686
SAADY, Darren MarkAmbiguity in Benjamin Brtitten's The turn of the screwMMus.University of Sydney201150
SABLINKSKIS, Paul VThe significance of percussion in contemporary music between 1945 and 1970 MMusUniversity of Melbourne1981462
SADLER, DavidCompositionsMMusUniversity of Canterbury2015
SAHA, Alessandra MecozziEffects of synchronous music on psychological responses, performance indices and physiological functioning among elite triathletes and runnersPhDUniversity of South Queensland2012138
SAINSBURY, ChristopherBi-tone techniques and notation in contemporary guitar music composition + Portfolio of 5 original compositionsMMus (Comp)University of Sydney2001113 + 5 scores
SAINSBURY, ChristopherWorking as a regionalist composer : the music of Christopher SainsburyPhDUniversity of Sydney2012138p+3CD
SAINTILIAN, NicoleIn search of the inner voice [manuscript] : a qualitative exploration of the internalised use of aural, visual, kinaesthetic, and other imagery in the perception and performance of musicPhDUniversity of Wollongong2008274
SAKO, IkunoThe importance of Louis Niedermeyer in the reform of nineteenth-century church music in France PhDUniversity of Melbourne2007262
SALECICH, DanielFolio of compositions and critical commentary [electronic resource]PhDUniversity of Queensland2007
SALEH, AurigaContent based audio retrieval using Bayesian networksMITMonash University200494
SALISBURY, DavidAspects of musical and social identity in the talempong musical tradition of the Payakumbuh Region, West Sumatra, IndonesiaPhDUniversity of New England2000400
SALISBURY, Kevin BrucePukapukan people and their musicMAUniversity of Auckland1983289 + cass
SAMARTZIS, PhilipContemporary narrative film sound stylistsMARMIT University1997var
SAMSON, Patricia WoraineMusic and criticism : a study of some trends during the twentieth century MAUniversity of Melbourne1964240
SAN ROQUE, CraigIntoxication : 'facts about the black snake, songs about the cure' : an exploration in inter cultural communication through the Sugarman Project PhDUniversity of Western Sydney1998276 + video
SANDARS, DianaWhat a feeling!: The evolution of the Hollywood musical 1983-2000 PhDUniversity of Melbourne2006ns
SANDERS O'CONNOR, Kathleen TA play ground: supporting interactions of children with autism through music therapy groups in a special education classroomMMusNZ School of Music (Victoria + Massey)201380
SANDERS, David JohnSong of the kokako: birdsong in New Zealand CompositionMMusVictoria University of Wellington2004230 + 2 CD
SANG, Vivienne Huifen Aesthetics, music education and the construction of school knowledgePhDUniversity of Wollongong2007367
SANGHA, RavindAlternative instrumentation for the modern concert band in early primary education MMusUniversity of Queensland199678
SANGSTER, ChristineMelody and texture in the solo piano music of Francis Poulenc (1899-1963)MMusUniversity of Auckland198180
SAPUNDZIJEV, MaryThe music of politics-politics in music. The choral miniature repertoire of first generation Macedonian composers: a re-assignment of Macedonian musical developmentPhDMonash University19963 vol + cass
SARMAST, AhmadA survey of the history of music in Afghanistan, from ancient times to 2000 A.D., with special reference to art music from c.1000 A.D.PhDMonash University2004378
SATO, NanakoJuxtaposition [music]MMusUniversity of Canterbury2011267 + CD + DVD
SAUNDERS, Scott"Towards an aesthetic of groove"MPhilUniversity of Newcastle2015116
SAVAGE, Stephen LeonBehind the text, beyond the sound : investigations into processes of creative musical interpretationPhDGriffith University2008234 + 4 CDs
SAVAIINAEA, Chelsea MakereChallenges in communication : a critical analysis of a student music therapist's techniques in working with special needs children MMus TherapyNZ School of Music (Victoria + Massey)2009100
SAYERS, EmmaScarlatti and Kurtág : a case study in creative programmingMMusMassey University200479
SAZDOV, RobertThe digital audio samplerMMus Ed.University of Sydney199337
SCALLY, ReganIdentifying preferred activities to increase engagement in residents with dementiaMScUniversity of Auckland2014154
SCARLETT, ElizabethThe melodies of Francis Poulenc: the integral relationship between piano and voice in interpreting images and poetryPhDMonash University2000322
SCHAEFER, PeterSound and circle: dualities of culture and content within creative work 1987-97DCAUniversity of Wollongong20022 vol + 2 comp optic
SCHAEFER, RThe theology and spirituality of the Free Church tradition as expressed in their hymns : a reflection on how Evangelicals have sung their liturgy MMinMelbourne College of Divinity1994143
SCHAUPP, KarinEmpirical evaluation of a mixed treatment programme for reducing stage fright in musiciansMMusUniversity of Queensland1997124
SCHIEMER, GregoryMIDI Tool Box: an interactive system for music compositionPhDMacquarie University1998304 + 2 CD-ROMs
SCHMIDT, EmanuelCommunication processes in jazz performancePhDUniversity of Sydney2005488 + 2 DVDs
SCHMIDT, William JamesThe first and third piano sonatas of Carl Vine : a dialogue of musical contrast and complementationMMusPerfUniversity of Melbourne2011107
SCHMORL, VictoriaAustralian percussion music: an analytical study of selected percussion works commissioned by SynergyMMusGriffith University1996101
SCHNEIDER, CraigFolio of analyses: big band arrangementsMMus(Jazz perf)Australian National University19941 vol
SCHNEIDER, LarissaInterpretative and performance principles applied to the works of César Franck [sound recording] : a portfolio of recorded performances and exegesisM.Mus.University of Adelaide200924 +CD
SCHOFIELD, Karen LouiseNational identities and music : how music and musicians influence identityM.Mus.University of Melbourne200836 + 2 DVDs
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SCHOTS, EdwinTitle Transformative influence of Afro-Brazilian syncopation on European compound melodies in Brazilian Choro music melorhythmical re-organization of interleaved melodic structures in progressive Afro-Brazilian music from the late-19th centuryMMusUniversity of Sydney2015
SCHRAA, MichaelMusic video reconsidered : the aesthetics of convergenceMAUniversity of Otago2009119
SCHUBERT, EmeryMeasurement and time series analysis of emotion in musicPhDUniversity of NSW1999696
SCHULTZ, A.N.Sir C. Hubert H. Parry's intellectual and musical achievement : his interpretations of biblical and religious texts in relationship to religion and culture in late Victorian and Edwardian England M.PhilUniversity of Sydney2000164
SCHULTZ, AndrewSequenze 1-VII by Luciano Berio: a compositional idea and musical actionPhDUniversity of Queensland1986252
SCHULTZ, Marianne 'A Harmony of Frenzy' : New Zealand Performed on the Stage, Screen and Airwaves, 1862-1940PhDUniversity of Auckland2014334
SCHULZ, Anthony JohnLiminality : transformation through music performanceMMusPerfUniversity of Melbourne201137
SCHULZ, FokkoDistance music : from early telephony to tomorrow's Internet PhDUniversity of Auckland2013235
SCHWER, Ruth ElizabethThe cello in New Zealand: history, composition, education, poular music and performance from the opinions of New Zealand musiciansMMusVictoria University of Wellington2000162
SCOTT, AliceA systematic study of English monophonic melody circa 1150-1300 found in manuscripts of English provenance and preserved in English librariesPhDUniversity of New England1995180
SCOTT, AshleyModes for listeningMAUniversity of Technology Sydney1996120 + 2 sound casset
SCOTT, Craig BlakefieldA folio of transcriptions of famous bassists' solos and analyses thereofMMus(Jazz perf)Australian National University199560 + 1 cass.
SCOTT, Michael WilliamNew Zealand’s pop renaissance : a creative industry as ’after neo-liberal’ social policyPhDUniversity of Auckland2009258
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SENEVIRATNE, Buddhakoralalage Leelanga DananjayaThe Influence of Music Congruence and Message Complexity on the Response of Consumers to AdvertisementsPhDUniversity of Canterbury2015
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SEVERN, JohnShakespeare as Jukebox MusicalPhDUniversity of NSW2015
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SHANAHAN, IanA world of becoming : eleven original compositions, with analytical notesPhDUniversity of Sydney20021 vol +3CDs
SHAPLEY, Gregory JamesSound of failure : experimental electronic music in our post-digital eraPhDUniversity of Technology Sydney2012212
SHARE, Christopher'Getting a good sound:' The use of timbre by rock guitaristsMAMonash University1998197
SHATARI, Elana EveWhat is the role of Jewish music education in maintaining and enhancing Jewish cultural identity?M.EdUniversity of Technology Sydney2004131
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SHEARN, MarkAustralia's first music festivalMMusUniversity of Sydney201041
SHEATHER, GayeRock, this city: a thematic history of live popular music in licensed venues in Newcastle, Australia, during the Oz/​Pub Rock era (1970s and 80s)PhDUniversity of Newcastle2013322
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