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    • The Glimmer on the Scorched Earth. 

      Deng, Chao, 1992- (2018-04-26)
      Throughout my childhood, I’ve always found myself gravitating towards war time movies. I revel in them not only because of the extremely breathtaking and dramatic storyline and the costly hi-tech visual and sound effects, ...
    • The influence of poetry on the piano music of early twentieth-century France and England. 

      Rigby, Meredith K., 1990- (2017-04-19)
      The turn of the century in France saw an increased intensity of interest in equating the arts of poetry and music. England experienced a similar trend. Debussy and Ravel were influenced by the Symbolist poets and their ...
    • The relational ethics of church music. 

      Myrick, Nathan William, 1984- (2018-07-19)
      Music is an “indispensable” aspect of Protestant Christian worship, to use Brian Wren’s term (2000, 48). Yet it is also perceived as one of the most divisive aspects of that activity, with scholars, practitioners, and ...
    • The trombone as signifier in sacred germanic works of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries 

      Towers, Sha (, 2017-10-09)
      During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Germanic composers recognized and propagated certain rhetorical associations of the trombone. Following a tradition of signification in sacred dramatic works, these composers ...
    • Voices of the soul. 

      Herryman, Ivette. (, 2013-09-16)
      Voices of the Soul is a composition for orchestra and mezzo-soprano that comprises two movements. It uses texts by the Argentinian writer and poet Alfonsina Storni. Two contrasting ideas are illustrated in the piece, ...