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BROOKE, SarahGiving flight to the Imagination : using portraiture to tell the story of Orff Schulwerk and a family music education settingPHDVictoria University (Vic. Australia)2016302
LIM, Jiun YoongIN DEFENCE OF CHINESE PIANO MUSIC: EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF ASSIMILATION, POLITICS AND GLOBALIZATION ON CHINESE PIANO COMPOSITIONS 1949-2012PHDUniversity of Sydney2016
BRYANT, GaiCuban Folkloric and Traditional Music Styles: rumba, danzón, punto libre and bolero adapted for Jazz Big Band in Australia using Modern Compositional TechniquesPHDUniversity of Sydney2016
THORNTON, DanielExploring the Contemporary Congregational Song Genre: Texts, Practice, and IndustryPHDMacquarie University2015401
ORZECH, Rachel'A universal art, an art for all'?: The reception of Richard Wagner in the Parisian Press, 1933–1944PHDUniversity of Melbourne2016
STEDMAN, Nikki JoannaThe role of the bass in pianoless jazz ensembles: 1952-2014PHDUniversity of Adelaide2016619
THACKRAY, JeremyThe slow death of Everett True: A metacriticismPHDQueensland University of Technology2016278
BARONE, StefanoFragile Scenes: Metal, Rap, and Electro in Post-Revolutionary TunisiaPHDGriffith University2016271
WILLGOSS, Richard AdrianCreativity in Art Music CompositionPhDUniversity of Sydney2018225
TONG, Amanda ReneeThe Music of Samuel Beckett: Theory, Case and NarrativePhDUniversity of Sydney2019
EYLES, Anne-Maree TTeachers' perspectives about implementing ICT in music educationPhDGriffith University2020
JONES, Garry Robert‘Music is my Oxygen’: an Exploration of Bioecological Influences on Pathways to University Music Study in AustraliaPhDUniversity of Adelaide2020449
DESHON-HEALY, Janet ChristineFame, Fortune, Failure: Musicians Surviving Revolutionary France (1789–1875) examined through a Theoretical Model Construct from Max Weber’s Socio-Political Economic TheoriesPhDMonash University2019333
WEISS, MichaelTheoretical and analytical reflections on the role of Robert O. Gjerdingen's galant schemata in nineteenth-century compositionPhDUniversity of Auckland2018506
SMART, RonnieThe role linguistic, stylistic and sociocultural factors play in the popularity of contemporary Chinese-English codeswitching pop songs among urban youth in Shanghai PhD (Chinese)University of Canterbury2013
WEEKES, Diana K.Twistonality: A Personal Exploration: portfolio of original compositions and exegesisPhD (Comp)University of Adelaide20073 vol
WATSON, CarolynGesture as Communication: The Art of Carlos KleiberPhD (performance)University of Sydney2012198
ZHU, Julie Jingzhi The Effect of Musical Aptitude : Perceiving and Producing Mandarin Lexical Tones By Non-Native Speakers of ChinesePhD Applied Chinese LinguisticsUniversity of Auckland2016162
LINDNER, BerniceKoleda's philosophy in practice: a comparative study [Not found in Library Catalogue]PhD UNSW?Australian Catholic University1992nf
ALOMES, CAThe Reception of the music of Gustav Holst in Australia 1900 - 1950PhD?University of Tasmania2015
HODGSON, RobinThe songmen [manuscript] : a comparative study of the relations between song style, society and the social role of performers in Aboriginal Australia unknownCharles Darwin University1990101 + maps
GARCIA, ALStringshift : solo guitar improvisation : process, methodology and practiceUnknownUniversity of Tasmania2014
HAMILTON, Elizabeth JaneAn informed approach to performance practice issues in Lipstick (1998) - by Jacob ter VeldhuisUnknownMonash University2016
TORR, Oliver JEmotional truth in opera performanceUnknownMonash University2015
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