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The Accompanied Solo Song of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries

The Accompanied Solo Song of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries

Date: August 1953
Creator: McCarty, Hurshelene Journey
Description: The purpose of this thesis is to discuss the changes and developments of the accompanied solo song throughout the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, including instrument usage and song types.
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An Analysis and Comparison of Music Appreciation Books for the Junior High School and the High School

An Analysis and Comparison of Music Appreciation Books for the Junior High School and the High School

Date: 1950
Creator: Stricklen, Inez
Description: The purpose of this thesis is to analyze and compare a selection of books that can be used in the teaching of music appreciation in the junior high school and the high school.
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An Analysis and Comparison of the Critical Works of Virgil Thomson and Olin Downes

An Analysis and Comparison of the Critical Works of Virgil Thomson and Olin Downes

Date: 1947
Creator: Teasley, Elizabeth Kincaid
Description: A study of the critical work of Virgil Thomson, critic for the New York Herald Tribune and of Olin Downes, music critic for the New York Times, will perhaps give a better understanding of how different emphasis on purposes may influence critical work. Each man wrote brief, journalistic reviews. They attended many of the same concerts; yet, their critical judgments differed in many respects.
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An Analysis of the Works for Solo Trumpet by Alan Hovhaness

An Analysis of the Works for Solo Trumpet by Alan Hovhaness

Date: August 1957
Creator: Tull, Fisher Aubrey
Description: The purpose of this study is to determine the general style characteristics of the works for solo trumpet by Alan Hovhaness, viz., Khrimian Hairig, Overture to Avak, Prayer of Saint Gregory, and Haroutiun. The musical elements of form, melody, harmony, tonality, rhythm, texture, and counterpoint are examined objectively in order to determine the essential features of the music. Further consideration is given to the idiomatic use of the solo trumpet in these compositions. Each composition is examined separately, the conclusions and generalizations of the style features being reserved for the final chapter.
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An Analysis of William Walton's Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

An Analysis of William Walton's Concerto for Violin and Orchestra

Date: January 1957
Creator: Pipkin, Robert Joseph
Description: The rhythmic analyses (derived from the rhythm tables of Chapter II) reveal: 1. Walton used rhythms sparingly. 2. Walton's rhythms constitute an evolutionary state of re-creation, i. e., Walton's rhythms are in empathy with each other. The harmonic analyses (derived from the harmonic fluctuation tables of Chapter II) reveal: 1. The most frequent chords of any classification occur in groups III and IV (chords of the highest tension). 2. The most frequent dissonant interval used is that of the major seventh.
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The Analytical System of Hindemith and Schenker as Applied to Two Works of Arnold Schoenberg

The Analytical System of Hindemith and Schenker as Applied to Two Works of Arnold Schoenberg

Date: January 1956
Creator: Miron, Nathan (Nathan Ben)
Description: This thesis uses two different musical analytical systems, one of Heinrich Schenker and one of Paul Hindemith, to analyze tonality within "Die Gurre Lieder" and "Fourth String Quartet" by Arnold Schoenberg.
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The Anthems of William Byrd

The Anthems of William Byrd

Date: January 1955
Creator: Propst, Fred L.
Description: The sacred anthem has had a unique conception and development that compares readily to that of other major forms of sacred music. Since an abundance of this music is used in our services, it is the purpose of this study to trace the history of the anthem from its origin in the early Tudor period to its culmination in the works of William Byrd. A special study will be made of the anthems by this master of the form.
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An Appraisal of Six Series of Music Textbooks for Grades One, Two and Three

An Appraisal of Six Series of Music Textbooks for Grades One, Two and Three

Date: August 1953
Creator: Webb, Gladys H. (Gladys Heyser)
Description: The education program in America began with the self-contained classroom and is today gradually moving back to that concept. It is believed that more attention can be given to the interests, needs, and abilities of the pupil if he is allowed to remain in his home room with his teacher throughout the school day. This is especially true in the primary grades. In many cases the primary teachers have only the minimum requirement by law of six hours credit in music.9 Furthermore, it is known that many primary teachers have little or no supervision from a music specialist. It is with these facts in view that this tabulation is needed for aid in the appraisal and selection of textbooks available for the teaching of music in grades one, two and three.
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Ariettes Oubilées and Fêtes Galantes, Series I and II by Claude Debussy

Ariettes Oubilées and Fêtes Galantes, Series I and II by Claude Debussy

Date: January 1960
Creator: Pannell, Frankie Franks
Description: Not only did Debussy find the Symbolist movement a source of inspiration for his artistic aims, he often selected his literary collaborators from them. Pelleas et Melisande, Prelude a l'Apres-midi d'un Faune, Chansons de Bilitis, Trois Pomes de Stephane Mallarme, Fetes Galantes, Ariettes Oubliees, all had Symbolist authors. Moreover, the poetic style of the Proses Lyriques, of which Debussy himself was the author, is in the Symbolist manner.
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Articulation of the Primary with the Secondary Instrumental Band Program in the Public Schools

Articulation of the Primary with the Secondary Instrumental Band Program in the Public Schools

Date: August 1949
Creator: Olivadoti, Joseph, 1893-1977
Description: The purpose of this thesis is to acquaint future band and orchestra directors with a successful, thoroughly "tried and tested" plan of building an instrumental program within the music department. This thesis presents the technique of instrumentating the senior high school band by planning an instrumental program from the first grade to the time the band student reaches the senior high school level.
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