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Harley, Andrew

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W.W. Cobbett's Phantasy: A Legacy of Chamber Music in the British Musical Renaissance 2008 1940 The purpose of this dissertation is to determine the role that Walter Willson Cobbett (1847-1937) played in the British Musical Renaissance by his initiation of a series of chamber music competitions, beginning in 1905, each of which required the com...
Libby Larsen's De toda la eternidad: creating infinity through the words of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz 2011 1060 American composer Libby Larsen (b. 1950) has written extensively for the solo voice, earning much of her reputation as a vocal composer from her intuitive skill in setting English texts to music. For her song cycle De toda la eternidad
Ernest Bloch's musical style from 1910 To 1929 a shift from Judaic identity to modern identity 2011 1069 The purpose of this paper is to describe the change in Ernest Bloch's musical style between 1910 and 1929. His Jewish heritage was a great source of inspiration for his compositions throughout his lifetime, many of which include elements of Jewish me...
Between heaven and earth: Viktor Ullmann's Steffen-Lieder Op.17 2011 1068 The life and the work of Austrian composer, conductor, pianist, and musical essayist Viktor Ullmann (1898-1944) were for many years largely lost to history. One factor that may well have contributed to this situation was that, being Jewish, he was am...
Tonal and formal blurring in Faure's Piano Trio Op. 120 2012 754 This study presents an analytical discussion of blurring techniques found in the first movement of Fauré's Piano Trio Op. 120. After a brief overview of Fauré's compositional style and the piano trio, the analysis proceeds in two parts. The first par...