Sacred

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ANCELL, NoelChristopher Wilcock: Australian liturgical composerMAMonash University199264
AnonThe significance and performance practice of Mantra in Buddhism of the VajrayanaPhDUniversity of Aucklandin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonThe role of the Christian church in the development of music education in Hong KongPhDUniversity of Western Aust.in progress (NiC08/07)
AnonSense of the sacred: Selected a cappella works by Anne Boyd, Nigel Butterley, and Clare MacLeanPhDUniversity of Adelaidein progress (2001)
AnonTumultuous Times amid Outward Calm: A Study of Liturgical Organ Music in the Church of Norway 1924-1985PhDAustralian Catholic Universityin progress (2004?)
AnonThree Way Transplantation of Select Jewish Liturgical Music out of Lithuania through South Africa from 1881, to Australia from 1990 with Special Reference to Vilna, Johannesburg, and MelbournePhDMonash Universityin progress (2007)
AnonThe power of oral tradition in the transmission of faith: a study of Same in two areas of the Western District of FijiMMusUniversity of NSWin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonScottish Presbyterian Music and Hymnody from 1901 to 1977MPhilAustralian Catholic Universityin progress c.2006
AnonAn exploration of the Theological significance of Liturgical Music Practice in an Australian Catholic ParishPhDAustralian Catholic Universityin progress c. 2002
AnonThe Importance of Singing in the Roman Catholic Church and the General Instruction of the Roman Missal (1974)PhDAustralian Catholic Universityin progress (c.2002)
AnonThe Liber primus missarum (1602) of Alfonso LoboMAUniversity of Queenslandin progress (NiC08/07)
AnonMinding the Hymn: Catherine Winkworth and the Transmission of German Hymnody to Australia, 1840-1999PhDCharles Sturt Universityin progress (2006)
AnonNew Zealand's published music 1850-1913PhDUniversity of AucklandIn Progress (2009)
AnonExploring the influence of Confucianism on music learning among the Chinese-Australian DiasporaPhDMonash Universityin progress (2013)
AnonMusic of Nepalese Festivals in Migration and Its Social and Musical Implications, in SingaporePhDUniversity of OtagoIn Progress (2015)
ANSLOW, DayleThree masses by Antonio Cifra and their background in the Roman Counter-Reformation: a study and edition.MMusUniversity of Auckland1998348
ATKINS, PeterMusic and the experience of the spiritualPhDUniversity of NSW2012385
BARCLAY, Daryl JamesLuther and the restoration of vernacular congregational hymnodyMAAustralian Catholic University200475
BEAVERSTOCK, John G.The employment of the organ in three great oratorios of Edward ElgarMusMUniversity of Western Aust.1995103
BETTCHER, Nathan JamesThe process of music making for delivering doctrine in the Christian Family Centre (an Adelaide Pentecostal Church)MMusUniversity of Adelaide2010135 + DVD
BISHOP, DianneJean Calvin and the Genevan Psalter : a study of the Calvinist aesthetic and its application in the music of the Psalter MMusUniversity of Melbourne1969197
BLACK, HelenSere dina ni Lotu Wesele e Viti: "True Songs" The history, culture and music of Fijian Methodist Indigenous liturgyPhDAustralian National University2010238 + 1 CD
BLACKBURN, Andrew StewartStyles in the church music of Henry PurcellMMusUniversity of Melbourne1980140
BLACKWOOD, PeterBring David here': reclaiming the song of the Psalms for the Uniting Church in Australia D.MinAustralian Catholic University2002305
BLACKWOOD, PeterOur praise, intent upon one truth : diversity in congregational song as a source of conflict and blessing in the worship of Victorian churches of the Uniting Church in Australia M.MinAustralian Catholic University1997165
BOLITHO, Wendy AnneSilent invocations : music, sublimation, and social transformationPhDMassey University2011252
BONIGHTON, RosalieContemporary liturgical music and the composer MALaTrobe University1992188
BOUGHEN, P. MarkThe work of the Hymnbook Committee in the production of the music setting of the "Gloria in excelsis" from the 1996 common order service of the Lutheran Church of Australia: 1950-1968.MMusUniversity of Queensland199589
BOURNE, WarrenThe evolution of the German church cantata MAVictoria University of Wellington1966219
BROWN, Reuben JayFollowing footsteps: The kun-borrk/​manyardi song tradition and its role in western Arnhem Land society.PhDUniversity of Sydney2016
BRUMBY, ColinLitanies of the sun ; Stabat Mater speciosa DMusUniversity of Melbourne19712 scores
BURK, IanA Tradition Transplanted and Nurtured: The Contribution of A.E.Floyd to Cathederal and Church Music in Australia, 1915-1947PhDUniversity of Melbourne2005427
BUTLER, Ronald KennethThe Influence of Theosophy on the Tradition of Speculative and Esoteric Theories of MusicPhDGriffith University2013
BYRNE, John H.Sacred or Profane: The influence of Vatican legislation upon music in the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne. MMusAustralian Catholic University2005238
BYWATER, Philip FrankAs the spirit moves : a study of personal spirituality as a source for musical inspirationMMus(Perf)University of Melbourne201090 + 1 CD
CAMERON, Neil MathesonMusic of the Anglican churches of the diocese of Sydney, 1836-1868 MMus (Musicology)University of Sydney2006269
CHOO, NickFollow the lightMAMurdock University20054 vol + DVD + 2CD-Ro
CHYNOWETH, Neville JamesThe influence of the Oxford movement on the music of the church [Communion in F].MAUniversity of Sydney19572 vol
CLEMEN, Hannah ElizabethThe use of principles and techniques derived from meditation for the design and creation of co-participatory musical systems MAEdith Cowan University20052 microfiche + DVD +
CLOUGH, Brent StephenOuternational reggae culturesMAUniversity of Technology Sydney1999213 + CD
COLE, SuzanneThe reception of the sacred choral music of Thomas Tallis in nineteenth-century EnglandPhDUniversity of Melbourne2004203
COLLINGRIDGE, Lorna MarieMusic as evocative power: the intersection of music with images of the Divine in the songs of Hildegard of Bingen PhDGriffith University2004301
COLVILLE FLETCHER, JanelleReligious music in everyday life: adolescents’ identity work in Catholic schoolingPhDUniversity of Queensland2015259
CUNION, K.E.Many beads one string: a study of composition and arrangement techniques in early sacred music, and the larger role of such music formsMCAUniversity of Newcastle2002132
CURRY, RobertFragments of ars antiqua music at Stary Sącz and the evolution of the Clarist order in central Europe in the thirteenth centuryPhDMonash University2003274
DAVY, Ruby CAn exercise for the degree of Mus. Doc. Libretto compiled and music composed by Ruby Claudia E. DavyDMusUniversity of Adelaide1917278
de JONG, HollyContinuity and change : some aspects of Ethiopian music in AustraliaMMusUniversity of Melbourne2011126
De LUCA, JohnA vision found and lost : the promotion and evolving interpretation of the movement for liturgical music reform within the Sydney Catholic church during the twentieth centuryPhDUniversity of NSW2001437
DENNISON, Jannah MarieThe integrity of melody and meaning: music as worship in the Taize communityMAUniversity of Otago2005188
DeVILDER, YantraIn search of contemporary trance musicMAMacquarie University2005340 + 1 CD
DIOR, DaliaSephardic song [manuscript] : a bridge between culturesMAMacquarie University2009155 + Map + CD
DIVALL, RichardThe Complete Sacred Music of Nicolò Isouard (1773-1818) and Maltese Sacred Music for The Order of Malta in the Late Eighteenth CenturyPhD University of Divinity2013380 + ~800
DUNCAN, Andrew OliphantNoah Greenberg's presentation of Medieval liturgical music-drama : a study in expediency over scholarship MAMonash University2010116
EAKINS, RexStructure and function in the mid-15th-century MassPhDUniversity of Western Aust.19822 vol
ETE, IgeleseMalae : music portfolioMMusUniversity of Auckland2005score + cd
EVANS, MarkSecularising the sacred : the impact of Geoff Bullock and Hillsong Church on contemporary congregational song in Sydney, 1990-1999 PhDMacquarie University2002304 + 3 CDs
FARAGHER, Michael AllanA folio of musical compositionsMMusUniversity of Queensland199610 scores + cass
FORGACS, RobertThe rhetoric of Orlando di Lasso's contributions to the Divine Offices of Matins and Lauds : a study of the relationship between liturgy, text and musicPhDUniversity of NSW1996398
FORSYTH, James A.Music of the Anglican churches in Sydney and surrounding regions : 1788-1868 PhDUniversity of Sydney20022 vol
FRAMPTON, Andrew LeslieJan Dismas Zelenka's Missa Sancti Spiritus, ZWV 4: a critical edition and study of the manuscript sourcesMMusUniversity of Melbourne2015
FREILICH, RachelSong as the spiritual elevation of the soul: Habad women in Australia and their musical expressionPhDUniversity of Sydney2006416
GEE, Anne MaureenContact, change and the Church: some aspects of Papua New Guinea church music.MAUniversity of New England1992221
GETHING, DavidA comparative analysis of grand motet settings of Psalm 129 by Jean-Baptiste Lully (LWV 73) and Marc-Antoine Charpentier (H. 189) MAUniversity of Western Aust.2003171
GINSBURG, MarkReaching for an inner voice : the influence of Jewish cantorial singing on Jewish jazz musiciansMMusUniversity of Sydney201053 + 1 CD
GOLDBURG, Peta MariaReligious education and the creative arts: a critical exploration PhDUniversity of Newcastle2001324
GONG, Hong-yuMissionaries, reformers, and the beginnings of western music in late imperial China (1839-1911)PhDUniversity of Auckland2006428
GRIGGS, Kristy MareeThe relationship between music and esoteric spirituality in contemporary compositionM.Mus.University of Auckland200880
GRYLLS, Karen LesleyThe convention and the ideal a study of Benjamin Britten’s three church parablesMMusUniversity of Auckland1979116
HALE, Christopher JohnNot skilled, but divine : Plato's Ion and the surrender of the human element in music performanceMMusPerfUniversity of Melbourne201140
HALL, MargaretToday's Song for Tomorrow's Church: The Role Played by Contemporary Popular Music in Attracting Young People to ChurchPhDGriffith University2007364
HARDWICK, RobertAustralian silent film music 1896-1909: the role of the Salvation Army Limelight DepartmentMMusUniversity of Melbourne1999149
HARVIE, PaulThe first sixty years of music at St. Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, c. 1887-1947 MMusUniversity of Melbourne198353
HASTIE, KelvinMusic-making in the Wesleyan Churches of New South Wales, 1855-1902 : origins, attitudes and practices M.PhilUniversity of Sydney1991431
HASTIE, KelvinChange and decay: attitudes and outcomes in the music-making of Methodist churches in New South Wales, 1902-1977 [pp.841]PhDUniversity of Sydney2003841+2cds
HEIM, ChristianPrayer DancesPhDUniversity of Sydney20003 vol
HEIM, ChristianWhat the ear cannot hear : hidden structures in three works of music with programmes of a christian nature MMusUniversity of Sydney1995109
HEYWARD, EGermany and the heritage of the Hebrew Psalter from Luther to the death of BachPhDUniversity of Tasmania1968310
HOPE, AlisonPapal thought on the nature of sacred music GradDipMusAustralian National University199847
HORT, HaroldThe development of music in Australia 1788-1850 MA (Hons)Macquarie University1979392 + 2 cassettes
HOSKING, John SSamuel Sebastian Wesley, reformer in church musicMAUniversity of Auckland1959172
HOSSAIN, AmzadReligion of songs: the religious beliefs and practices of the Bauls of BangladeshMADeakin University1990253
IRVING, David Ronald MarshallLamentation settings by Manuel José Doyagüe (1755-1842) recently rediscovered in Manila : a contextual study and critical transcription M.PhilUniversity of Queensland2003411
JEFFREYS, Catherine M.Melodia et rhetorica: the devotional-song repertory of Hildegard of BingenPhDUniversity of Melbourne2000280
JENNINGS, MarkRealms : a phenomenological, socio-cultural and theological-religious studies exploration of musical spacesPh.DMurdock University2009292
JONES, Jennifer JThe theory and practice of the music in the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Papua New Guinea M.LitUniversity of New England2002205
JOO, Hyun ShinMartin Luther's view of the use of music in worship: its implications for the Korean Presbyterian Church MTheolMelbourne College of Divinity2002108
JURD, PatrickEncountering the justice of God's reign through music: the use of contemporary music in the Christian religious education of young adults MTheolMelbourne College of Divinity2009173 +CDRom
JUTSUM, Ross FrederickAn examination of musical-textual relationships in the choral music of Colin Brumby, a lecture recital, with three recitals of selected works by Bartok, Durufle-Chevalier, Duson, Mendelssohn, Poulenc, Sallinen, and SchoenbergDMAOverseas1995101
KAY, RoslynFrench Requiems of the Nineteenth and Twentieth CenturiesPhDUniversity of Queenslandin progress (1999)
KENT, David MartinThe Place of Go-Set in Rock & Pop Music Culture in Australia, 1966 to 1974MAUniversity of Canberra2002272
KERSTEN, Anselm NorbertThe liturgical music of Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1645/50-1704)MMusUniversity of Auckland1985172
KERTESZ, Elizabeth J.Issues in the critical reception of Ethel Smyth's Mass and first four operas in England and GermanyPhDUniversity of Melbourne2000285
KHOZANATU LAHPAN, Neneng YantiNegotiating ethnicity and Islam in musical performances in West Java IndonesiaPhDMonash University2015307
KIM, Jung-minRe-discovery of traditional music in Choong-shin Presbyterian Church, Korea GradDipMusAustralian National University200193
KING, Erin Lee"Anything but conventional" : faith and folk idioms in Dvořák’s Biblical SongsMMusVictoria University of Wellington2007155
KNUDSON, KarenMeditations sur le mystere de la Sainte Trinite, by Olivieer Messiaen: a study of its thematic and tonal structuresMAUniversity of Otago1991259
KOEPKE, Bruce E.The impact of political Islam on cultural practices in Badakhshan, Afghanistan, during the Taliban eraPhDAustralian National University2002371 + 3 CD
KOH-BUTLER, AmeliaThe formation of a missional cross-cultural urban community : communal singing off the menu ; a 'meal to music' approacPhDFlinders University2015235
KOURMADAS, LeonidasPortfolio of original compositionsMMus (Comp)Wesley Institute20124 vol + 3CDs
KUMAR, Santhosh SathyaTowards the development of an inculturated eucharistic liturgy for the Church of South India: a liturgical experiment using the ragas of Indian classical music.DTheolMelbourne College of Divinity2006345
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