Browsing Doctoral Dissertations--Composition (DM) by Title

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  • Sweeney, Mike, 1982-
  • Kingsland, Chappell, 1980- (2013-12-20)
    A setting of a poem by Léopold Sédar Senghor for baritone and chamber orchestra.
  • Chase, Ryan, 1987- (2014-05-14)
  • Podgursky, Jeremy (2016-04-19)
  • Icarus 
    Lindsay, Eric, 1980- (2013-05-09)
    Discussions about music, as with those about life, often circle around the idea of goal-directed motion. In these conversations, many of the metaphors we use to describe directionality can apply across contexts—stasis vs. ...
  • Ile 
    Donner, Ezra, 1986-
  • Snethkamp, Steven, 1982- (2014-05-06)
  • Lubell, Gabriel, 1983- (2013-04-26)
  • Ko-oh 
    Kim, Texu, 1980- (2015-05-04)
  • Williams, Natalie, 1977- (2012-05-03)
    Chamber Symphony for Small Orchestra
  • Groffman, Joshua (2012-12-13)
  • Chun, Yie Eun (2015-05-07)
  • Organism 
    Miller, Timothy, 1981- (2013-11-25)
  • Shadows 
    Dellinger, Sue (2012-05-02)
  • Cortés Álvarez, José Francisco
    From Mexico all the way to Argentina, many Latin American countries share a very strong tradition of music in 6/8 meter that emerged from the blend of music traditions from Spain, the native cultures, and the African ...
  • Williamson, Gordon, 1974- (2012-10-18)
  • Ahn, Sang Mi, 1979- (2014-05-23)
  • Renk, Chris, 1983- (2014-12-16)
    "The World of Tomorrow" is a 2013 work by Chris Renk inspired by Art Deco aesthetics. It was commissioned by the Indiana University New Music Ensemble (David Dzubay, cnd.) after Renk was awarded the 2013 Dean's Prize for ...
  • Taylor, Benjamin, 1983- (2014-05-08)
    A work for full orchestra with a duration of nine minutes by Benjamin Taylor. As a composition, Worlds Without End is a one-movement work that stands as a tribute to God, the Creator of us all. As Dieter Uchtdorf, a ...

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