An examination of musical-textual relationships in the choral music of Colin Brumby: a lecture recital, with three recitals of selected works by Bartók, Duruflé-Chevalier, Duson, Mendelssohn, Poulenc, Sallinen, and Schoenberg

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The purpose of this study is to investigate the choral works of Colin Brumby, with a special focus on the musical-textual relationships of selected works from his body of choral compositions, which number more than one hundred and twenty. This investigation includes information gathered in Australia at the University of Sydney, the University of Queensland, and the Australian Music Centre, as well as information furnished in a personal interview with the composer in Brisbane, Australia, in June 1994, in addition to an August 1994 telephone interview cnducted with Thomas Shapcott, the Australian poet with whom Brumby collaberated on over twenty ... continued below

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Jutsum, Ross F. (Ross Frederick) May 1995.

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The purpose of this study is to investigate the choral works of Colin Brumby, with a special focus on the musical-textual relationships of selected works from his body of choral compositions, which number more than one hundred and twenty. This investigation includes information gathered in Australia at the University of Sydney, the University of Queensland, and the Australian Music Centre, as well as information furnished in a personal interview with the composer in Brisbane, Australia, in June 1994, in addition to an August 1994 telephone interview cnducted with Thomas Shapcott, the Australian poet with whom Brumby collaberated on over twenty choral compositions.

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Jutsum, Ross F. (Ross Frederick). An examination of musical-textual relationships in the choral music of Colin Brumby: a lecture recital, with three recitals of selected works by Bartók, Duruflé-Chevalier, Duson, Mendelssohn, Poulenc, Sallinen, and Schoenberg, dissertation, May 1995; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc332780/: accessed August 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .