Bracey, Robert

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A guide to performance practice: Sonnets from the Portuguese by Libby Larsen 2011 10895 The purpose of this study is to present a performance guide to the interpretation of Libby Larsen's Sonnets from the Portuguese (1991). Singers and pianists can find ways that are sensitive to and expressive of the poetry when performing these songs....
Terre de France: nostalgia in Louise Talma’s French song cycle 2013 1995 Louise Talma's songs are under-represented in both scholarship and performance, yet are deserving of more attention. Talma composed in this medium throughout her career, which lasted over six decades. Musicians and scholars should be aware of the exi...
A comparative study of the songs of William Denis Browne 2018 281 Composer William Denis Browne died at the age of 26 in World War I. The executor of his musical estate, Edward J. Dent, prevented many of his compositions from being performed or published in the years following his death. Because of these unfortunat...
Positive emissions: local musicians’ contribution to defeating the largest proposed coal export in U.S. history at Cherry Point, WA 2019 8 When big business puts the bottom line above the environment, musical eco-activists can work to unite and protect the community. On the shores of the Salish Sea in the Pacific Northwest, singer-songwriter Harlan James, the folk band BandZandt, The Lu...
Indonesian art song: an exploration of Indonesian vocal heritage, phonetics, and song lyrics 2019 19 Indonesian Art Song is a rarely explored category of vocal music for American students and teachers of singing. This is in large part to the relatively unpublished nature of Indonesian vocal music; however, a movement to collect Indonesian art song i...