MSA Australia and New Zealand Postgraduate Music Research Thesis Register

This Register, designed, populated and maintained for the Musicological Society of Australia, spans the period 1917 to 2012 and contains 3106 records (Last update August 2014)

CATEGORIES

Click on a category to obtain a list of all theses in that category, or go to the Full Register & Multi-category Search page to search in a combination of categories (e.g. 20th Century + Performance + New Zealand). Each thesis appears in all categories relevant to it.


CHRONOLOGICAL
21st Century
20th Century
19th Century
Classical
Baroque
Renaissance
Ancient to Medieval


STATUS
Completed
Submitted
In Progress
Withdrawn
BROAD TOPIC AREA

Includes music analysis, biography, and context studies

Art Music

Edition: transcription of MS

Jazz/Improvisation

Music in the Arts: Iconography, music in literature, criticism

Music Industry: Institutions, Economic, Law, Printing, Publishing, Personality Biographies

Music Theatre: Dance, Film, Musicals, Opera

Organology

Performance: Historical performance practice; Injuries, Methods, Techniques, Theories; Performers

Popular: Music; Culture

Sacred, Spiritual, Religious

SPECIALITIES

Bibliographic, Catalogue, Library Services

Clinical, Psychiatric, Psychological

Education & Pedagogy

Folk, Ethnic, Traditional

Gender and sexuality

Portfolio of original compositions

Philosophical

Technology: Acoustics, Architecture, Electronics, Science

Theory/Techniques/Tools: Analytical methods, theories and aids; Composition: exegesis, tools; Notation; Technical Treatises

Therapy

LOCAL
Australian Topic
New Zealand Topic

Overseas Awards:
(i)Theses on Australian and New Zealand Topics completed at Overseas Universities; (ii)Theses written by Australians or New Zealanders completed at Overseas Universities. Note: this category is not comprehensive and relies upon submissions by authors.

ETHNOMUSICOLOGY
Indigenous

Other Ethnomusicological:
(i)Ethnomusicological approach applied to non-indigenous topic; (ii)About ethnomusicology.



CONTENTS

The Register provides as much of the following information for each project as is available:

  • Researcher’s full name
  • Type of Degree
  • University
  • Topic or Title
  • No. of Pages etc.
  • Year Completed Records of projects currently in progress include commencement date if known.
  • Abstract (if provided by author)
  • Notes
  • Link to electronic copy of thesis
  • Email Forwarding status
  • Link to author's website
  • Other relevant Link
  • We endeavour to collect and include all music-related post-graduate theses completed at Australian or New Zealand Universities, together with current projects.

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