Browse by Subject "music"
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(University of Illinois, 2015-05)The goal of this project is to provide an overview of three piano sonatas by one of the most distinguished American composers, Lowell Liebermann (b. 1961). Considered intimately related to the Classical-Romantic traditions, ...
(2012-02-06)The practice of distributed, networked music performance, involving video and audio representations, is rapidly growing and presenting new possibilities and opportunities for aesthetic expression. This thesis ex- amines ...
(2011-01-14)Donald Francis Tovey’s writings on music continue to have a strong influence on scholarship seventy years after his death. In several of his essays, he mentions “normality” and “freedom” as meaningful aesthetic principles, ...
(2008-10)This paper shares the results of a usability study comparing two versions of a music library's website. Users were given tasks to complete and asked to think out loud while attempting the tasks.
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(2012-02)This paper explores how and via what tools music students are identifying, locating, and accessing music materials—specifically scores and recordings—for use in their music studies. It also examines similarities and ...
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(2009-02)This paper reviews the music content (specifically music scores and journals) available in three popular online research resources.
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When "organizing becomes an extension of your brain": DJs, music libraries and information practices (iSchools, 2013-02)As contemporary discourses of technology move from identifying information overload as a general concern to designing applications and conducting investigations that understand information overload on a more granular level, ...