UA Theses and Dissertations33574
More than 30,000 theses and dissertations produced at the University of Arizona are included in the UA Theses and Dissertations collections. These items are available open access, and are full-text searchable. A small percentage of items are under embargo (restricted).
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- A study of selected Liszt transcriptions of Schubert Lieder: aesthetic and technical aspects
- A survey of the harp writing of Benjamin Britten with an emphasis on a Ceremony of Carols, Suite for Harp, and a Birthday Hansel
- A style analysis of David Baker's composition for cello and percussion: "Singers of Songs-Wears of Dreams"
- An inquiry into the 'unknown' cello sonata of Brahms
- The Trio d'Anches as exemplified by three contemporary French composers