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LocalEthnomusicologySpecialityGeneral Topic AreaChronologicalStatus
AuthorThesis TitleDegreeUniversityYearPagessort icon
AnonDavid del Tredici and the curse of tonalityMAMonash Universitywithdrawn c.2006
AnonExamination of the interrelationship between the cultural and economic environment and the structure of language and opera in Italy during the period 1900-1950MMusAustralian National Universityin progress 1997 (NiC08/07)
AnonMusic in the work of Compagnie Maguy Marin: choreo-musical collaborative processesPhDUniversity of MelbourneIn Progress (2001)
BRUER, TimA study of pianist Keith Jarrett's approach to the structuring of an improvised performance, based upon the standard song, from the years 1985 to 1989 MMus (Jazz)University of Sydney2003
WHITEOAK, Ralph AndrewA SEARING SOUND - A preliminary investigation into the legend of Australian saxophonist, Frank Smith.MMus (Perf)University of Melbourne2004 (NiC)
Anon'Painting Testimonial Pictures' - Paul McCartney's appropriation of music hall techniques (1966-1969)MMusAuckland University of TechnologyIn Progress (2007)
AnonDer Freischütz , Gothic Drama and representations of Witchcraft and the supernatural through LeitmotivPhDUniversity of NewcastleIn Progress (2000)
BROWNLEE, PhilipPhD in composition [Part 1. Folio of compositions -- Part 2. Structural functions of timbre in selected works of Philip Brownlee]PhDVictoria University of Wellington2007
MORGAN, RachaelComposition portfolio for the completion of a Masters of MusicMMusVictoria University of Wellington2006
MANN, MatthewMMus (composition) portfolioMMusVictoria University of Wellington2005
HALL, ClareVoices of distinction: choirboys' narratives of music, masculinity and the middle-classPhDMonash University2012
AnonFacing the Music: A study of Italian musician portraits c. 1640-1780PhDUniversity of MelbourneIn Progress (2007)
AnonSlovenian folk music and identity maintenance in remote Port Lincoln, South AustraliaMMusUniversity of Adelaidein progress (2007)
AnonDame Joan Hammond - A Diva of CircumstanceMAMonash UniversityIn Progress (2007)
GINTHER, Gerald ChristopherLife and Music of Reinhold GlièrePhDUniversity of CanterburyIn Progress (2008)
DIXON, H.Motets in the 15th centuryMAUniversity of Sydneywithdrawn 1968
BERGIN, A.M.The music of Giovanni Rovetta (?-1668)MAUniversity of Otagowithdrawn 1968
SPINK, I.W.A.The stylistic development of English song between 1620 and 1680PhDUniversity of Sydneywithdrawn 1968
MURPHY, M.S.The use of handplucked instruments in the continuo body of the 17th and 18th centuriesMAUniversity of Sydneywithdrawn 1968
EVANS, W.The fortepiano in the 18th centuryMMusUniversity of Sydneywithdrawn 1968