Browse School of Music by Contributor "Gushee, Lawrence"

  • Randall, James Kenneth (2004)
    My dissertation examines Kern's early work from several perspectives. I first discuss Kern's early songs within an historical context, illustrating how specific theatrical genres, the mechanics of creative collaboration, ...

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  • Shim, Eunmi (1999)
    As the first musicological treatment of Tristano, this dissertation re-evaluates Tristano's position in jazz history and addresses problems of the current tendency toward the canonization of jazz, in which he is misleadingly ...

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  • Carter, Marva Griffin (1988)
    Will Marion Cook was a unique black American artist whose life spanned most of the century after emancipation. His personality as well as his music maybe viewed as a response to the intensive black struggle for equality ...

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  • Peters, Gretchen (1994)
    Despite France's prominent role in the history of medieval secular music, scholarship concerning its urban musical culture is generally limited to a few publications by nineteenth-century local historians; in contrast, ...

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  • Bryant, Rebecca Ann (2003)
    Part II discusses the dances themselves, focusing on the contrasting pair of the fox trot and shimmy, two dances that have previously received little scholarly attention. Chapter 4 discusses the development and dominance ...

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  • Bowlby, Timothy John (1997)
    In the concluding section I note that while interpretive analysis and/or misprision are appropriately used as creative tools I warn that it is contradictory to place limits on what forms the use of these tools can or should take.

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