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)|
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.
Ancient to Medieval
|BROAD TOPIC AREA
Includes music analysis, biography, and context studies
Edition: transcription of MS
Music in the Arts: Iconography, music in literature, criticism
Music Industry: Institutions, Economic, Law, Printing, Publishing, Personality Biographies
Music Theatre: Dance, Film, Musicals, Opera
Performance: Historical performance practice; Injuries, Methods, Techniques, Theories; Performers
Popular: Music; Culture
Technology: Acoustics, Architecture, Electronics, Science
Theory/Techniques/Tools: Analytical methods, theories and aids; Composition: exegesis, tools; Notation; Technical Treatises
New Zealand Topic
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