Browse by Subject "composition"

  • Davidson, Carl (2012-09-18)
    Arctic climate is warming at a rate disproportionately faster than the rest of the world. Changes have been observed within the tundra that are attributed to this trend, including active layer thickening, shrubland expansion, ...

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  • Kerr, Katherine R. (2012-06-27)
    For captive exotic felids, the predominant diet types fed are raw meat-based and whole prey diets. These diet types are not the most common fed to domestic cats, but there has been increased interest in feeding alternative ...

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  • Dennehy, Donnacha (University of Illinois, 2014)
    This dissertation concerns itself with the impact that spectral music had on my musical thought. It begins by examining classic French spectral music of the 1970s and 1980s as developed by the group of composers known ...

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  • Morse, Barry Ray (University of Illinois, 2016)
    Imagine strolling through a garden that not only is designed with the usual sights, scents and (tactile) sensations but that also whispers and sings, and which, if you are so inclined, will communicate musically with you: ...

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  • Smith, Benjamin D. (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 ...

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  • Kim, Sunjin (2011-05-25)
    This is the first study to focus exclusively on three compositions that include the violin by American composer, Zack Browning. The three compositions examined in this study are Blockhouse (2006), Double Shot (2000) and ...

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