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Adams, George W
Listening to Conceptual Music: Technology, Culture, AnalysisUniversity of ChicagoMay 2019
Antonella Di Giulio
Mapping Contemporary Works:
a Semiotic and Linguistic Approach to Music Analysis
University at BuffaloAugust 2021
Boyd, Clifton
Keep It Barbershop: Stylistic Preservation and Whiteness in the Barbershop Harmony SocietyYale UniversityMay 2022
Daly, Timothy P.
From Counterpoint to Composition in the Early L’homme armé MassThe University of MelbourneSeptember 2020
Dobbs, Benjamin M.
A Seventeenth-century Musiklehrbuch in Context: Heinrich Baryphonus and Heinrich Grimm’s Pleiades MusicaeUniversity of North TexasAugust 2015
Donaldson, James
Topics, Form, and Expression in the Music of György Ligeti and Thomas AdèsMcGill UniversityMay 2021
Hosken, Fred
The Pocket: A Theory of Beats as DomainsNorthwestern UniversityAugust 2021
Liebermann, Alexander
ERWIN SCHULHOFF (1894–1942): A Comparative Study of the Sonata for Violin and Piano, op. 7 (WV 24) and the
Sonata for Violin and Piano (WV 91)
Manhattan School of MusicMay 2022
Lyons, Megan E.
Unsung: A Corpus Study on the Art Songs of Amy BeachUniversity of ConnecticutMay 2022
Momii, Toru
Music Analysis and the Politics of Knowledge Production : Interculturality in the Music of Honjoh Hidejirō, Miyata Mayumi, and MitskiColumbia UniversityJuly 2021
Orosz, Jeremy W
Translating Music Intelligibly:
Musical Paraphrase in the Long 20th Century
University of MinnesotaDecember 2013
Reenan, Sam
Analytical Problems of Aesthetics, Genre, and Large-Scale Form in Germanic Music, 1905–15Eastman School of Music, University of RochesterMay 2021
Reymore, Lindsey
Empirical approaches to timbre semantics as a foundation for musical analysisOhio State UniversityApril 2020
Whitelaw, Bryan A.
Franz Liszt's Sonata Narratives: Large-Scale Forms at the Weimar CourtQueen's University BelfastJuly 2021
Wolfe, Daniel R
Popular but Disparaged: Sonata Structures in Tchaikovsky’s Symphonies Four, Five, and SixUniversity of HoustonMay 2020


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