Carroll, William

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Sight-Singing Instruction in the Undergraduate Choral Ensembles of Colleges and Universities in the Southern Division of the American Choral Directors Association: Teacher Preparation, Pedagogical Practices and Assessed Results 2008 2923 The purpose of this research project was to address questions of teacher preparation, pedagogical practices and student outcomes related to the instruction of sight singing in the choral rehearsal by means of a survey of collegiate conductors. Subjec...
Missa luba : new edition and conductor's analysis 2005 14124 "Since 1964 and the first printed edition of Missa Luba by Guido Haazen, this work has been performed countless numbers of times all over the world. Missa Luba continues to have a large number of performances each year, despite the fact that there is...
An examination of the female lead roles in Show boat as a model for gender based performance practice 2005 8182 " The purpose of this study is to formulate a critical, gendered approach to research for informed character preparation in classic musical theatre. Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II's Show Boat provides a framework for an examination of performan...
The choral music of Francis Grier 2006 5316 "English composer Francis John Roy Grier (b. 1955) has a large and mostly unexplored opus. He has composed sixty-three works including thirty-nine for chorus, nine for organ, six for voice, three for violoncello, an opera, a string quartet, and one e...
Three Eichendorff lieder of Hans Pfitzner : study of musical and poetic affinity 2007 2856 "Joseph von Eichendorff relied upon the sounds of words to create a poetic atmosphere; this is metaphorical rather than literal. Hans Pfitzner rarely used overt text-painting (madrigalism), yet created highly evocative music. This, like the poetry of...
From imagination to improvisation to realization: a study of pieces by four composers 2009 5749 The purpose of this research was to examine a representative portion of organ repertoire that was initially improvised and later written or transcribed for organists to study and perform. The pieces examined were Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Fantasia an...
Festival jubilate, op. 17 by Amy Cheney Beach (1867-1944) : a performing edition 1994 3 Amy Cheney Beach (1867-1944) was the first outstanding American woman composer in choral music. She was a prolific composer of choral music throughout her long career, composing both large-scale and small-scale choral works. Following the critical su...
Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel's Festspiel, MA Ms. 37 : a modern edition and conductor's analysis for performance 1996 4 Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel (1805-1847), gifted pianist and prolific composer, wrote over thirty choral works including part-songs, cantatas, an oratorio, and the chamber work with orchestra, Festspiel. Since the bulk of Hensel's compositions are lieder...