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ABOUT THE COLLECTIONS
The graduate and undergraduate research collections share, archive and preserve research from University of Arizona students. Collections include honors theses, master's theses, and dissertations, in addition to capstone and other specialized research and presentation topics.
If you have questions about items in these collections, or are a faculty member who would like to provide students in your program an opportunity to showcase their research, please contact the Office of Digital Innovation & Stewardship at email@example.com with your request. We look forward to working with you.
- Experimental keyboard techniques: eighteenth and nineteenth century origins of twentieth century practices
- The saxophone quartet: its development and literature
- An initial study in the techniques of opera production
- The choral conductor and acoustics: implications of research for choral/orchestral seating arrangements, especially as adapted to a performance of A.L. Weber's Requiem at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Tucson, Arizona
- Variation techniques for harp in four original compositions