Guide to the Music Department Masters Projects and Thesis, 1998-2011

Collection number: UA 3/5/3
Size: 6 boxes (1.98 cu.ft.)

About Music Department Masters Projects and Thesis

The mission of the University of New Hampshire Department of Music is to advance the art of music and its related disciplines, promoting opportunities for creative and scholarly innovation, while preserving diverse repertories and cultural traditions. The Department of Music offers programs leading to the degree of master of arts with options in music studies and music education.

About the Music Department Masters Projects and Thesis

This series contains the final projects or thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Master of Arts Degree in Music and in Music Education.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

Copyright Notice

Copyright is retained by the University of New Hampshire.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], [Folder], [Box], Music Department Masters Projects and Thesis, 1998-2011, UA 3/5/3, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

These records were transferred from the Music Department in multiple accessions beginning in 1998. Periodic transfers of records are expected indefinitely.

Collection Contents

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 11998Solo Song Cycles of Antonin Dvorak, by Betsey Degroff Lavway
Box 1, Folder 21999Flower Sketches for Wind Symphony, by Ryan Dignan
Box 1, Folder 31999National Styles of Flute Music in the Late Baroque, by Sherry L. Rega
Box 1, Folder 42000Webern's "Sanctus": An Analysis of the fifth movement of Anton Wevern's Second Cantata, by Craig Levesque
Box 1, Folder 52001Pitch Relationships and Musical Unity in Beethoven's Piano Sonata in A-flat Major, Opus 110, by Peter A. Lamothe
Box 1, Folder 62001Bryan Bergeron-Killough as Django Reinhardt [CD], by Bryan Bergeron-Killough
Box 1, Folder 72001The Lute Fantasias of Jacob Reys, by Seth Warner
Box 1, Folder 82001The Lute Duets of Wolff Heckel: A Transcription and Study of the 1562 Reprint of his "Lautten Buch" Duets in Modern Notation, French Lute Tablature and Guitar Notation, Vol. 1, by Gary Beckman
Box 2
Box 2, Folder 12001A Transcription and Study of the 1562 Reprint of his "Lautten Buch" Duets in Modern Notation, French Lute Tablature and Guitar Notation, Vol. 2, by Gary Beckman
Box 2, Folder 22002From Lester Young to Stan Getz: A music-historical perspective on two essential exponents of the 'cool school' of jazz tenor saxophonists with transcriptions and analyses of select performances. by Philippe Hilfiker
Box 2, Folder 32003Expanding the Literature: A Selected Study and Analysis of Grade Three and Four Works for Band, by Kyle Smith
Box 2, Folder 42003St. Cecilia and the Genesis of a Polyphonic Tradition, by Andrea Veal
Box 2, Folder 52003About Ives and His Songs, by Judith Silverman
Box 2, Folder 62003Tonality and Polysymmetry, by Richanrd Giaimo
Box 2, Folder 72003Ecstasy in the Present Moment: Messiaen's Language of Musical Stasis, by Jonathan D. Paul
Box 2, Folder 82003Sabbatical A Case Study: Teaching and Learning Music Through Performance. Original Score and Study Guide (2 parts), by David Christopher Domenick
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 12004Gilleleje, A wind band original composition and interactive study guide CD-ROM, by Brad Ciechomski
Box 3, Folder 22004A Second Look at James Francis Cooke and the "Genteel Tradition": An Etude in Musicultural History, by Paul Michael Covey
Box 3, Folder 32004St. Catherine of Alexandria: A Comparison and Analysis of Her Life and Office, by Catherine Mitchell
Box 3, Folder 42004Serial and tonal techniques and materials in Yorkeshire Pudding and The Beautiful Early Autumn, by Robert Gerry
Box 3, Folder 52004The Next Generation A Composition. by Joseph D. Abbiati Text-to-Music Conversion: A technique to overcome creative mental blocks in composition and its use in the writing of "Tony" movement no. 1 from The Next Generation, by Joseph D. Abbiati
Box 3, Folder 6Oct. 2005Teaching Music in an Online Environment: An example of how music and technology are being applied in Virtual High School, by Michael Blakeslee
Box 3, Folder 7May 2006The Six Chansons of Paul Hindemith: A Study of Genesis, Analysis and Text-Setting, by Amy Kotsonis
Box 3, Folder 8May 2006Marching Band Recruiting Methods at the Collegiate Level, by Casey Goodwin
Box 3, Folder 92006Comparing and Contrasting Common Factors in Outstanding Band Programs, by Gabriel Cohen
Box 3, Folder 102006Romeo and Juliet for Symphonic Wind Ensemble: An Interdisciplinary Compositional Process, by Thomas Bourgault
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1Sept. 2006The Marginalization of Beethoven's String Trios, OP.9, by James A. Tabaka
Box 4, Folder 2Dec. 2006An Unconventional Interpretation of Some Clemens non Papa Vocal Motets with the Assistance of a 16th Century Organ Intabulation, by Jeremy J. West
Box 4, Folder 3200630th Street Station, by Serge Beaulieu
Box 4, Folder 41996Provenance of the Medici Codex, by Dwayne Wrightsman
Box 4, Folder 51996Influence of Gregorian Rhythm on the Music, by Heather Robbins
Box 4, Folder 6May 2007Music Education in a Small Independent Day School, by Sally Wituszynski
Box 4, Folder 7Spring 2007A Wind Ensemble Transcription of Joseph Schwantner's Beyond Autumn: "Poem" for Horn and Orchestra, by Timothy Miles
Box 4, Folder 8May 2007Interdisciplinary Teaching and Learning in Elementary School General Music Education: Three Lesson Plans, by Julie Law-Linck
Box 4, Folder 9May 2007Creating Independent Musicians in High School, by Kevin Knapp
Box 4, Folder 10Dec. 2007An Examination of the Fifteenth-Century Chanson Repertory, by Heather deSavage
Box 4, Folder 11May 2008Multiage General Music in Middle School: A Three-Year Curricular Model, Katharine Howell
Box 4, Folder 12May 2009Symphony for Winds. Composer, Diane Lee Anderson
Box 4, Folder 13May 2009A Brief Examination of the Influence of Art Forms other than Music on the Compositional Style of Carl Maria von Weber, Robert Schumann and Joan Tower, by Vanesssa Agnes Davis
Box 4, Folder 14Feb. 2009That's It For Now (A composition for concert band) by Steven R. Cohen
Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1June 2009First Grade Students' Knowledge of Traditional Songs, by Amanda L. Russell
Box 5, Folder 2May 2010Flute Excerpts from Wind Band Literature: Including Excerpts for Piccolo and Alto Fluet, by Sara Ann Shea
Box 5, Folder 3May 2010A Study of the Quality of the Wind Band Repertoire, By Andrew B. Maderios
Box 5, Folder 4May 2010Considerations for the Private Horn Teacher with Emphasis on the Construction of a Curriculum, by Julie Gerhardt
Box 5, Folder 5May 2011Research, Analysis, Arrangement and Composition from Dimond Library Chant Book, by Mathieu-Nicholas Boisvert
Box 5, Folder 6April 2011Final Project, Christopher Sands
Box 5, Folder 7May 2011A Comprehensive High School Wind Band Curriculum, by Brian P. Starck
Box 5, Folder 8Dec. 2011A Survey of Music Teacher Certification in New Hampshire, by David C. Bresnahan
Box 6
Box 6, Folder 1Dec. 2011Middle School Instrumental Music, by James Robins
Box 6, Folder 2May 2012Music for Trumpet 2000-2012, by Adam Gallant