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LocalEthnomusicologySpecialityGeneral Topic AreaChronologicalStatus
AuthorThesis TitleDegreeUniversityYearPagessort icon
AnonFifteenth-century modality: a comparison of the practice of Ockeghem and the theory of TinctorisMAMonash Universityin progress 2005
AnonAspects of the music of Henry PurcellMMusUniversity of NewcastleIn Progress (2006)
AnonAnalysis of selected chamber works by Haydn and BeethovenMMusUniversity of Newcastlein progress (NiC08/07)
AnonThe wireless and the talkies: new technologies and their impact on the Australian popular music industryPhDUniversity of Queenslandin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonMusic, Media and the ArtsDPhil Ed.University of NSWin progress (2006)
AnonThe composition process in the music of Bharatanatyam (a South Indian Classical dance form).PhDMacquarie Universityin progress (2007)
AnonDictionary of New Zealand violin makersPhDVictoria University of Wellingtonin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonWomen musicians in late 18th-century LondonMMusUniversity of Melbournewithdrawn c.2005
BARNES, Jennifer JoanBeyond the act of singing MMusUniversity of Newcastle1998
AnonSets and Violins: an investigation of contemporary performance styles of Artist/Violinists, with particular reference to the work of Laurie AndersonGradDipMusAustralian National Universityin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonTuvalu: an Ethnomusicological Survey.PhDUniversity of New Englandin progress (2007)
AnonInterpretation through improvisationMMusUniversity of Queenslandin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonThe significance and performance practice of Mantra in Buddhism of the VajrayanaPhDUniversity of Aucklandin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonAndrew Schultz's Black River: an analysisMMus (Hons)University of Wollongongin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonIdentifying the music theatre voice: Acoustic and perceptual characteristics of male and female singers in 'belt' and 'legit' voice.PhDUniversity of Sydneyin progress (2006)
AnonOtse Mbaka: An investigation into cultural loss, recuperation and ownership in North Central NamibiaDCADeakin Universityin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonPianists Perspectives of the Stuart and Sons PianoMMusGriffith Universityin progress (2005)
AnonRelationship between the words and the music in the songs of Ivor GurneyPhDGriffith Universityin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonMusicological study of Australian contemporary music with reference to cross-fertilisation of jazz and world musicMMus (Hons)University of New Englandin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonVocal writing in Stravinsky's Neo-classic music and especially The Rake's ProgressMCAUniversity of Wollongongin progress (NiC08/07)