Writersort iconThesis TitleDegreeUniversityYear# of Pages
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PEMBERTON, MarkAbsolute Music: Its relevance to the articulation of meaning in contemporary artistic practiceMFAUniversity of Sydney2014
PERISSINOTTO, Eva-Marie MayWorth a listen: intergenerational dialogues between performers and performances of Tudor choral musicPhDUniversity of Western Aust.201576
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PIKE, Georgia OliviaDefining the Indefinable: An historical and cultural exploration of excellence in musicPhDAustralian National UniversityIn progress (2010)
POSSE EMILIANI, Maria ElviraFrom the Colombian Caribbean to the South Pacific: Cultural hybridity and resistance in film, music and artPhDAustralian Catholic University2015
PRAKHOFF, Belinda MarieMusic from the inside: emotional expression and the understanding listenerPhDUniversity of Melbourne2013239
PRICTOR, MeganMusic and the ordinary listener: music appreciation and the media in England, 1918-1939PhDUniversity of Melbourne2000299
PRITCHARD, Brian W.Societies in society: a case in historical sociology of musicMAUniversity of Canterbury1965367
QUINTEROS, Carmen VeronicaCreativity, order and discipline [J.S Bach; Ontology, Creation, Ontology, Phenomenology]PhDUniversity of NSW2004303
RALPH, BarnabyMusic, the arts and the dual aesthetic in seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century English thought [electronic resource]PhDUniversity of Queensland2009326
RIDGEWELL, SandraMusic in the service of the state and the politics of style : making a music culture in AustraliaPhDUniversity of Technology Sydney2008348
ROBERTSON, BronwenSubterranean sounds and reverberations of dissent : identity and expression in Tehran's unofficial rock music scenePhDUniversity of Melbourne2010228 + 1 DVD
RUSSELL, Bruce Roland“What true project has been lost?”: Towards a social ontology of improvised sound work.PhDRMIT University2016146
SAINSBURY, ChristopherWorking as a regionalist composer : the music of Christopher SainsburyPhDUniversity of Sydney2012138p+3CD
SAPUNDZIJEV, MaryThe music of politics-politics in music. The choral miniature repertoire of first generation Macedonian composers: a re-assignment of Macedonian musical developmentPhDMonash University19963 vol + cass
SAVAGE, Stephen LeonBehind the text, beyond the sound : investigations into processes of creative musical interpretationPhDGriffith University2008234 + 4 CDs
SCHAEFER, PeterSound and circle: dualities of culture and content within creative work 1987-97DCAUniversity of Wollongong20022 vol + 2 comp optic
SCHOFIELD, Karen LouiseNational identities and music : how music and musicians influence identityM.Mus.University of Melbourne200836 + 2 DVDs
SEGAL, Deviani SarahThe impact of feminist studies on the portrayal of women in music history : Fanny Hensel, a case studyMMusUniversity of Melbourne199342
SELIG, SandraThe rhythmic disfiguration of vision : re-thinking subjectivity and art after minimalism MAQueensland University of Technology199983
SIU, Rhonda ClaireMusic and human existencePhDUniversity of NSW2014294
SMITH, GraemeThe social meaning of Irish button accordian playing styles from 1900-1975PhDMonash University1990505
SMITH, Kylie DeborahHarmonisation with nature: enhancing health education through empathetic ecomusicationPhDUniversity of Newcastle2015468
SOTHERAN, Joy MareeCan creativity be accommodated In the competency paradigm? : a music industry case studyPhDUniversity of Technology Sydney2013369
STEFANAKIS, MandyContemporary knowledge of what music is and does and the implications for music education MEdUniversity of Melbourne2003296
SVILANS, MarijaThe harmonics of Aristoxenus and its influence on the writings of Aristides Quintilianus: an investigation into correspondences between two Greek music theoristsMAUniversity of Queensland1990400
TAWA, MichaelSound, music and architecture : a study of the relationship between sound, number, space and time in sacred music and architecture according to the Vedic, Pythagorean and Platonic traditions PhDUniversity of NSW1991289
TAYLOR, JodiePlaying it Queer: Understanding queer gender, sexual and musical praxis in a 'new' musicological contextPhDGriffith University2009294 + 1 CD
THIRLWALL, ImogenVoicing Rupture: Resisting docility through performances of feminine agency in Arnold Schoenberg’s Das Buch der hängenden GärtenMMusVictoria University of Wellington2014
THWAITES, TrevorBeing literate in the world : music, language and discourse in educationPhDUniversity of Auckland2008345
TIEN, AdrienMeanings in music texts and texts about music in Western Europe in the late 19th to early 20th centuriesGradDipMusAustralian National Universityin progress (NiC08/07)
TODD, Paul, GrahamThe philosophies of Karlheinz Stockhausen in Aus den sieben Tagen and In Freundschaft: performance as a means of communicationMAMonash University200453 + CD
TOLTZ, JosephHidden Testimony: Musical Experience and Memory in Jewish Holocaust survivorsPhDUniversity of Sydney2011276
TONG, EPassion, identity, and the model of Goal-Directed Behaviour in a classical music contextPhDRMIT University2016437
TRAINER, AdamRock'n'roll cinema PhDMurdock University2005412
TUCKER, AlisonThe Process of Listening to Music: A Connectionist ConceptualizationPhDUniversity of New England19992 vol
TURNER, LizDissent and Dissonance: Understanding Musical Experiences and social movements in resistance in the early twenty first centuryPhDUniversity of Melbournein progress (2006)
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VERHAGEN, DNoise, music & perception: towards a functional understanding of noise compositionPhDRMIT University2015181
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WALKER, DavidDrawing music aesthetica : a personalized techniquePhDMonash University2015
WALKER, Rhett HIn what is constituted musical meaning, significance, value and greatness PhDUniversity of Melbourne1993231
WARDS, Allan RossMusical interest, church attendance and personality MAMassey University198086
WATER, BolkeMaking music: discourses of cultural negotiation in New ZealandMAVictoria University of Wellington2001175
WATSON, Gary StephenShared intellectual property and the maintenance of cosmic order : an investigation into the significance of melodic sampling and transformation in the creation of new gending in Balinese gamelan music MMusUniversity of Sydney199982 + CD
WATSON, StephenThe effects of music in television commercialsPhDUniversity of Wollongong1992630 + 1 vid rec
WERNERT, GregoryMusic and emotions: an investigation into the musical representation of the identified emotional content of poetic textM.A.Monash University2009103 + Sound Disc
WESTON, DonnaMusic and Musical Thought of the "New Age"PhDGriffith University19992 vol
WILBY, G. I.An experience in aesthetic education : a qualitative description, analysis, and evaluation MAUniversity of Canterbury1977272
WILLIAMS, AndrewThe functions of Walkman musicPhDUniversity of Adelaide2004NS
WILLIAMSON, Sarah Elizabeth Mary Things Curt, Bass and Vile: Kurt Weill's Degenerate Music for Die Dreigroschenoper as Adorno's Social-Polemic Surrealist MusicMArtsUniversity of Otago2015
WINSOR, KeithThe music of the law: a comparative study in the history and philosophy of law and music in ancient civilisations of the westMGenStudUniversity of NSW1983300
WOLFE, JocelynThese notes have hips, but not like Claudia Schiffer's! A study of the use of metaphor and figurative language in music instruction and the implication for students from different language backgroundsMPhilGriffith Universityin progress (2005)
WOLFE, Jocelyn KayHow Far Can You Stretch a Note?: Developing an Approach to the Study of Metaphor in the Language of Music InstructionPhDGriffith University2014329
YAMAMOTO, MakikoWhat's wrong with your voice?MMusUniversity of Melbourne2012
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