Music in the Arts

Writersort iconThesis TitleDegreeUniversityYear# of Pages
AMIN, ManishaDancing to the flutePhDUniversity of Technology Sydney201089
AMPT, Robert MiltonMusic iconography and performance practice in the time of Heinrich SchutzMMusUniversity of Adelaide1973192
ASHOK, CollinsA trinitarian poetics : deconstructing Christianity in Romain Rolland's Jean-ChristophePhDUniversity of Western Aust.2011219
BASTON, KimScoring performance: the function of music in contemporary theatre and circusPhDLaTrobe University2008294
BRITTON, Gillian...fuga...a novelPhDUniversity of Adelaide2012206
BROMAGE, LynetteShakespeare: words in music : a study of the relationship between the poems in the plays of Shakespeare and musical settings over 400 yearsMAMonash University1993157
CANNON, HerbertMusic in the English drama up to 1600MAUniversity of Queensland1927151
CARTER, John EdwardSchumann the criticMAUniversity of Canterbury1961108
CATHRO, JeanThe influence of music on the works of Edgar Allen Poe and his influence on early twentieth century French musicians, in particular Debussy and Ravel MMusUniversity of Auckland2002117
CHU, KalalyCross-modal experience in music and visual art : their correspondences and a new perspective of appreciation in education PhDUniversity of NSW2008308
CHUNG, Ai LayTan Dun's death and fire: ad parnassum, animals and Paul KleeMMusUniversity of Melbourne200284
CORKERON, VeronicaA study of common themes in selected works of Australian painters and Australian composers from c.1945 to c.1985 GDipMusGriffith University1989167
CRICHTON, Ian Kieran"The Most Divine of All the Arts:" Neoplatonism, Anglo-Catholicism and music in the published writings of A.E.H. NicksonMMusAustralian Catholic University2004145+
DALGLEISH, JodieNotes for soundMCWAuckland University of Technology2011225
DASS, RozitaTowards a theory of how teachers and students in Singapore secondary schools deal with literature in English studiesPhDUniversity of Western Aust.2011254
DAVIES, StephenA discussion of the theories of musical unity proposed by Rudolph Reti, Hans Keller and Alan Walker MAMonash University1973497
DAVISON, AlanStudies in the iconography of Franz LisztMMusUniversity of Melbourne2002276
DOWNER, Caroline IsobelMusic in the museum : an examination of the collection of musical instruments in the Powerhouse, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in Sydney MAUniversity of Melbourne1997149
ELIOTT, MarkWater, music, glass, life : improvisation in and around my arts practiceMVAUniversity of Sydney201197
EXCELL, RichardRichard de Fournival (1201-1260) : his life, the Biblionomia, and his other works MAMonash University198698
FIDLER, TristanMusic video auteurs : the directors label DVDs and the music videos of Chris Cunningham, Michel Gondry and Spike JonzePhDUniversity of Western Aust.2007419
FLETCHER, Joy G.The influence of contemporary theatre and music on Giambattista Tiepolo's paintings of "Rinaldo and Armida"MALaTrobe University1998210
FLYNN, MadeleineMusic in the work of Compagnie Maguy Marin: choreo-musical collaborative processesPhDUniversity of MelbourneIn Progress (2001)
GERZIC, MarinaThe intersection of Shakespeare and popular culture : an intertextual examination of some millennial Shakespearean film adaptations (1999-2001), with special reference to musicPhDUniversity of Western Sydney2008215
GINTHER, Gerald ChristopherRevisionism in the music history of Dmitry Shostakovich: The Shostakovich Wars.MAUniversity of Canterbury2008 nyic162
GIUFFRE, ElizabethDouble crossed: an Australian study of the relationship between media and music during periods of industrial and cultural crisisPhDMacquarie University2011275
HART, Amy JoanOn rough ground : New Zealand art and music, 1930-1990, and the problematics of landscape and national identityMAUniversity of Auckland2005103
HOLIBAR, BernardBerlioz as music criticMAUniversity of Auckland1960190
JOHNSTON, Peter WylieWho's playing our song ? : the development of the Australian musical 1900-2000PhDUniversity of Melbourne2007317
JOO, Hyun ShinMartin Luther's view of the use of music in worship: its implications for the Korean Presbyterian Church MTheolMelbourne College of Divinity2002108
KAMINSKI, JasonKolokol : spectres of the Russian bell.PhDUniversity of Technology Sydney2006346
KENNEDY, AnneKicking round home : atonality in The Bone PeopleMAVictoria University of Wellington2007
LAIS, PeggyThe rise and fall of the Melbourne Popular Concerts: chamber-music concerts in pre-Federation MelbourneMMusUniversity of Melbourne2004136
LEMOH, Alison YenorMahler's journey : transcending the tyranny of time in Um Mitternacht and Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommenM.Mus.University of Melbourne20091 v. p.
LINDBLOM, ShariAudience connectivity in orchestral performancesM.A.(Research)Queensland University of Technology2009161
MASON, Paul HowardMusic, movement, martial arts: sound and gesture in West Sumatran, West Javanese, and Afro-Bahian combat-dancingPhDMacquarie University2011304 + DVD
MATHIESON, HollyEmbodying music: the visuality of conductors working in England ca. 1840-1940PhDUniversity of Otago2010267
McEWING, Keith LyndonIs the dance still in the music? : Chaconne compositions from the seventeenth to the twentieth century MAVictoria University of Wellington2008330 +DVD
McKINNON, HelenTheodor Storm's "Immensee" : text and music PhDUniversity of Sydney2000250
McKINNON, HelenThe role of music in the Novellen of Theodor StormPhDUniversity of Sydney2005299
MILNER, Luke’All shook up’ : Elvis encounters Orpheus--constructions of a pop culture mythology in Salman Rushdie’s The ground beneath her feet MAUniversity of Otago2004121
MURPHY, KerryAn analysis of the role and function of music criticismMAUniversity of Melbourne1979202
MURRAY, JoanWords, rhythm and music in James Joyce's Finnegans WakePhDMacquarie University2004326
ORZECH, RachelConstructions of Jewishness: The Reception of Halévy's *La Juive* from Paris, 1835 to Tel Aviv, 2010MMusUniversity of Melbourne2011151
PAVLYSHYN, MarkoMusic in E.T.A. Hoffmann's Kater Murr MAMonash University1978NS
PETERSEN, SusanMusic as manifestation and metaphor in Shakespeare: a study of six comedies PhDUniversity of Western Aust.1992279
PHALIP, JulienScreenfaction : supporting creative remote communication in film scoringPhDUniversity of Technology Sydney2010218
PRICTOR, MeganMusic and the ordinary listener: music appreciation and the media in England, 1918-1939PhDUniversity of Melbourne2000299
SHADE, Fiona C.The representation of the female musicians in the art of the Italian RenaissanceMALaTrobe University1998168
SHEPHEARD, MarkFacing the Music: A study of Italian musician portraits c. 1640-1780PhDUniversity of MelbourneIn Progress (2007)
SMITH, JudyBjörk, buskers and songbirds : realism and the revision in the musical genreMAUniversity of Auckland200886
TENISWOOD-HARVEY, Arabella Melvina Cameron.Colour - music : musical modelling in James McNeill Whistler's art PhDUniversity of Tasmania2006296
THOMAS, AdrianThe composer as critic: three Australian case studies, 1950-1975 [Linda Phillips, Felix Werder, Dorian Le Galliene]PhDUniversity of Queensland1996288
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)
TOMCZAK, SebastianOn the development of an interface framework in chipmusic [electronic resource] : theoretical context, case studies and creative outcomesPhDUniversity of Adelaide2011138 + CD + DVD
VALLENCE, TimA poetry without attitudes: Music and silence in the poetry of Vincent Buckley.MAUniversity of Melbourne1995101
WALKER, David AnthonyIntrospection and the syncopation of euphonious visuality MFAMonash University200240
WATT, PaulThe early cultural criticism of Jacques Barzun: the emergence of a new Romanticism and the development of the Hector Berlioz revival MAMonash University1992133
Watt, PaulThe Intellectual Life of Ernest Newman in the 1890sPhDUniversity of Sydney2009 not yet in lib. cat.238
WEIGHTMAN, MonicaThe dancing brolga: a musical journey of deepening connection to identityMAMonash University2013
YEOLAND, Rosemary<cite>La contribution littéraire de Camille Mauclair au domaine musical Parisien à la fin du dix-neuvième siècle.</cite> The literary contribution of Camille Mauclair to the late nineteenth century musical world of Paris PhDUniversity of Tasmania2006272
YEOLAND, Rosemary HamiltonRomain Rolland et l'heroisme : une perspective musicale = Romain Rolland and heroism : a musical perspective MAUniversity of Tasmania2001147
YOUNG, Stuart BartonMusic in nineteenth-century Russian literature : aspects of the place of music and musicians in wroks by Pushkin, Turgenev, Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy and ChekhovMA(Hons)Victoria University of Wellington1982242
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