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The Development of an Instrumental Style of Musical Composition during the Renaissance
(Kalamazoo College., 1964-01-01)
The paper discusses the origin and development of four basic methods of instrumental music composition during the Renaissance: vocal transcription, dance music, improvisation, and theme with variation.
Many Moons by Celius Dougherty : a Production Directed by William Johnston
'Many Moons,' a one act opera by Celius Dougherty, is remarkable in that it combines musical and theatrical elements with a finesse which is often lacking in many major operatic works. This thesis describes a production ...
Research Into the Organ Literature of Four Contemporary German Composers
Analyzes the work of four German composers, Joseph Ahrens, Kurt Hessenberg, Ernst Pepping, and Hermann Schroeder who survived the World War II to continue the traditions of German sacred music.
The Clarinet Works of Johannes Brahms
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) wrote four works especially for the clarinet and became the first master musician since Carl Maria von Weber to really concentrate his energies on the instrument. Like Weber and Mozart before ...
How to Become a Piano Teacher in 22,176 Easy Lessons
A note of explanation is necessary concerning the title of this paper. It is my premise that one cannot begin to consider oneself a piano teacher, unless and until one i8 involved in the process. When a teacher has given ...
Prelude and Variations
Bach Organ Works
Discusses the style, history, and interpretation of the Bach organ works performed by the author. Includes a program for the recital at Stetson Chapel performed by the author on Sunday, January 8, 1967.
This paper is divided into three main sections. The first is a theoretical approach to flexural waves in the defined horns. Although the major emphasis has been placed on the normal flexural modes of a specific flexural ...