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Author Title Institution Completed
Ferrandino, Matthew
A Narratology of Music VideoUniversity of KansasMarch 2021
Prosser, Simon KS
A Schema-Theoretic Approach to Hierarchy in Eighteenth-Century TonalityThe Graduate Center, The City University of New YorkMay 2021
Reenan, Sam
Analytical Problems of Aesthetics, Genre, and Large-Scale Form in Germanic Music, 1905–15Eastman School of Music, University of RochesterMay 2021
Williams, Matt
Beethoven’s Egmont, Count Egmont: An Imaginary Reading of Beethoven’s OvertureSUNY - University at BuffaloFebruary 2021
Reymore, Lindsey
Empirical approaches to timbre semantics as a foundation for musical analysisOhio State UniversityApril 2020
Barna, Alyssa
Examining Contrast in Popular and Rock MusicEastman School of MusicJune 2019
Sivy, Robert J.
Exposing Corruption in Progressive Rock: A Semiotic Analysis of Gentle Giant's The Power and the GloryUniversity of KentuckyNovember 2019
Evans, James E.
Fluid Dynamics: Representations of Water in MusicUniversity of KentuckyFebruary 2021
Steven D. Mathews
Getting to the Crux: The Inner/Outer-Form Dynamic and the Type 2 Sonata in Select Symphonic Movements by Mozart, Haydn, and J. C. BachUniversity of CincinnatiMarch 2021
Lawrence, John Y.
Listening in Color: Sonority, Style, and Meaning in Europe 1760–1830University of ChicagoAugust 2020
Roy, Adam J.
Motivic Metamorphosis: Modelling Intervallic Transformations in Schoenberg’s Early WorksWestern UniversityFebruary 2021
Momii, Toru
Music Analysis and the Politics of Knowledge Production : Interculturality in the Music of Honjoh Hidejirō, Miyata Mayumi, and MitskiColumbia UniversityJuly 2021
Pymm, John M
Narrative Trails in the Speech-Based Music of Steve ReichUniversity of SouthamptonJuly 2013
Babyak, Tekla B
Nietzsche, Debussy, and the Shadow of WagnerCornell UniversityMay 2014
Wolfe, Daniel R
Popular but Disparaged: Sonata Structures in Tchaikovsky’s Symphonies Four, Five, and SixUniversity of HoustonMay 2020
Hosken, Fred
The Pocket: A Theory of Beats as DomainsNorthwestern UniversityAugust 2021
Obluda, Daniel C
Topics in Hollywood Scores: Using Topic Theory to Expand on Recent Neo-Riemannian Analyses of Film MusicUniversity of Colorado BoulderMay 2021
Donaldson, James
Topics, Form, and Expression in the Music of György Ligeti and Thomas AdèsMcGill UniversityMay 2021


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