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Author Title Institution Completed
Amato, Alexander G.
Thematic and Formal Narrative in Respighi’s Sinfonia DrammaticaUniversity of North TexasNovember 2013
Andrew Aziz
In Name Only: The Interaction of Title and Genre in the Sonata Forms of Debussy and RavelEastman School of Music, University of RochesterApril 2013
Barley, Raymond B., Jr.
Tonality and Modality in Finnish Folk MusicUnion Institute & UniversityApril 2011
Brown, Jenine L.
Cognitive Models of Interval Perception in Twelve-Tone Music: Hearing Webern\'s Concerto, Op. 24, and Other WorksUniversity of Rochester-Eastman School of MusicApril 2014
Fielding, Peter G
The Traditional Vocal Repertoire of Nova Scotia: A Classification of Pitch Space
University of Massachusetts AmherstFebruary 2014
Gleason, Scott M.
Princeton Theory\'s ProblematicsColumbia UniversityOctober 2013
Harley, Konrad
Harmonic Function in the Music of Sergei ProkofievUniversity of TorontoApril 2014
Ilomäki, Tuukka
On the Similarity of Twelve-Tone RowsSibelius AcademyApril 2008
Jacobus, Enoch S. A.
A New Geometric Model and Methodology for Understanding Parsimonious Seventh-Sonority Pitch-Class SpaceUniversity of KentuckyOctober 2012
Kizas, Andrew J.
From Octatonicism to Dodecaphony: A Study of Pitch Organization in Selected Works by Donald MartinoUniversity of Western OntarioDecember 2004
Klug, Gregory Kyle
A Study of Two Biblical Choral Symphonies with an Original CompositionUniversity of Northern ColoradoApril 2012
Leinberger, Charles F.
An Austrian in Hollywood: Leitmotifs, Thematic Transformation & Key Relationships in Max Steiner\'s 1942 Film Score, Now, VoyagerThe University of ArizonaDecember 1996
Losada, C. Catherine
A Theoretical Model for Collage in Music Derived from Selected Works by Berio, Zimmermann and RochbergCity University of New York Graduate CenterAugust 2004
Lundberg, Mattias O.
The Tonus Peregrinus in the Polyphony of the Western ChurchUniversity of LiverpoolJune 2007
Marlowe, Sarah R.
Fugue in Context: A Schenkerian Approach to Select Works by J.S. Bach and Dmitri ShostakovichEastman School of Music of the University of RochesterOctober 2013
Metz, Andreas
Temporality, Pace, and Formal Structure in Selected Passages from Brahms\'s Adagio GenreIndiana UniversityMay 2014
Moseley, Brian C.
Twelve-Tone Cartography: Space, Chains and Intimations of \'Tonal Form\' in Webern\'s Twelve-Tone MusicCUNY Graduate CenterAugust 2013
Nobile, Drew F.
A Structural Approach to the Analysis of Rock MusicCUNY Graduate CenterDecember 2013
Ofcarcik, Judith
A Structural-Aesthetic Study of the Variation Movements of Beethoven\'s Late Period\"Florida State UniversityMay 2013
Pellegrin, Richard S.
On Jazz Analysis: Schenker, Salzer, and SalienceUniversity of WashingtonJune 2013
Porterfield, Richard
Melodic Function and Modal Process in Gregorian ChantCUNY Graduate CenterDecember 2013
Reid, Leah C
Composing Timbre Spaces, Composing Timbre in Space: An Exploration of the Possibilities of Multidimensional Timbre Representations and their Compositional ApplicationsStanford UniversityJune 2013
Serebrennikov, Maxim
The Keyboard Thorough-bass Fugue of the Baroque EraThe State Institute of Art Studies, MoscowOctober 2013
Shelley, Peter J
Rethinking Minimalism: At the Intersection of Art and MusicUniversity of WashingtonJune 2013


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