Browse Dissertations and Theses [Graduate College] - Music by Subject "Women's Studies"

  • Harness, Kelley Ann (1996)
    Women ruled Florence for the first time in its history from 28 February 1621 until 14 July 1628, when, during the seven-and-a-half years between the death of Grand Duke Cosimo II (1590-1621) and the eighteenth birthday of ...

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  • Ollikkala, Robert Charles (1996)
    This thesis focusses on the life and work of one of India's most famous female singers, Begum Akhtar (1914-1974). On the one hand, it provides a brief biography and a summary of her musical accomplishments; particular ...

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  • Farquharson, Linda J. (1996)
    The Mass in D is an extension of Smyth's personality--powerful, colorful, and gifted. This thesis first queries the embryonic beginnings of Ethel Smyth, the student composer. In Chapter I, a condensed annotated chronology ...

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  • Hinkle-Turner, Anna Elizabeth (1991)
    Studies of women's achievements in western musical history have expanded considerably in the past twenty years. Little research and writing, however, has concentrated on the extensive and specific study of a selected woman ...

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