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A Study Of Music: Music Psychology, Music Therapy, And Worship Music, Jessica Whittemore 2019 Liberty University

A Study Of Music: Music Psychology, Music Therapy, And Worship Music, Jessica Whittemore

Senior Honors Theses

There are three specific fields related to music: the psychology of Music and how it affects human brain and functions, the methodology of Music Therapy and how it affects individuals undergoing treatment, and the psychological effects of Worship Music and how it can be used in music therapy. Music therapy is a growing field in which the therapeutic outcomes greatly benefit the patients. The overall purpose is to create a greater understanding of music and music therapy in order to a provide a system for introducing group worship services into music therapy to ultimately bring spiritual healing to individuals.


Lori Sims, Piano 04/14, College of Fine Arts 2019 Western Michigan University

Lori Sims, Piano 04/14, College Of Fine Arts

School of Music Faculty Recitals

Faculty Recital

Lori Sims, Piano

Sunday April 14, 2019

540th Concert


Marshall University Music Department Presents A Graduate Recital, John Seals, Saxophone, John Seals 2019 Marshall University

Marshall University Music Department Presents A Graduate Recital, John Seals, Saxophone, John Seals

2019 Performances

John Seals, Saxophone, in collaboration with:

Dr. Johan Botes, piano
Dr. Júlio Alves, guitar
Dr. Adam Dalton, conductor
The Emerald Saxophone Quartet


Ronnie Zanella - Graduate Conducting Recital, Department of Music 2019 Andrews University

Ronnie Zanella - Graduate Conducting Recital, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2018-2019

The Dark Night of the Soul

Andrews University Singers and Chorale under the direction of Ronnie Zanella, featuring works by Gjeilo, Clausen, Forrest, Whitacre, Lotti, and Runestad.

Guest musicians:

Stephanie Guimaraes, violin

Migena Wilcox, violin

Simon Brown, viola

Kilim Chung, cello

Liliam Martinelli, piano

Gabriel Palacios, piano


Giovanni Corrodus - Graduate Conducting Recital, Department of Music 2019 Andrews University

Giovanni Corrodus - Graduate Conducting Recital, Department Of Music

Degree Recitals 2018-2019

University Singers and Chorale under the direction of Giovanni Corrodus featuring works by Hogan, Hovland, Bairstow, and Paulus.


2018-2019 Philharmonia No. 6, Lynn University Philharmonia, Guillermo Figueroa, Rebecca Robinson 2019 Lynn University

2018-2019 Philharmonia No. 6, Lynn University Philharmonia, Guillermo Figueroa, Rebecca Robinson

Philharmonia

Concert Date & Time: April 13, 2019 at 7:30 PM & April 14, 2019 at 4:00 PM

Program

  • Leonore Overture No. 3, Op. 72b / Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Cléopâtre: Scène lyrique / Hector Berlioz
  • Rebecca Robinson, mezzo-soprano
  • Concerto for Orchestra / Béla Bartók


Wind Symphony Spring Concert, Department of Music 2019 Andrews University

Wind Symphony Spring Concert, Department Of Music

Concerts and Events 2018-2019

Wind Symphony under the direction of Byron Graves featuring works by Kuo, Spittal, Rogers, and Bernstein.

Soloists:

Jason Gresl, clarinet/bass clarinet

Betania Cañas, flute

Pedro Falcon, oboe

Graduate conductors:

Edgar Luna

Katia Nikolaus


'Calling Out From Some Old Familiar Shrine': Living Archivism And Age Performativity In Bob Dylan's Late Period, Matthew Lipson 2019 The University of Western Ontario

'Calling Out From Some Old Familiar Shrine': Living Archivism And Age Performativity In Bob Dylan's Late Period, Matthew Lipson

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

The release of Bob Dylan’s 30th studio album in 1997, Time Out of Mind, marked an unlikely and triumphant return to critical acclaim following years of personal and creative decline. From this point onward, Dylan would maintain a quality of output comparable to his 1960s catalogue and unprecedented among artists in the twilight of their career. The proceeding albums, from “Love and Theft” (2001) to Triplicate (2017) would present Dylan as a living archive of traditional American genres – an intersection through which rock and roll, blues, bluegrass, and vocal jazz would pass. The notion of Dylan as a ...


Amadeus: Lehigh University Philharmonic Orchestra With The Bach Choir Of Bethlehem, Lehigh University Music Department 2019 Lehigh University

Amadeus: Lehigh University Philharmonic Orchestra With The Bach Choir Of Bethlehem, Lehigh University Music Department

Performance Programs

No abstract provided.


Yager, Liz (Fa 1276), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2019 Western Kentucky University

Yager, Liz (Fa 1276), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Folklife Archives Project 1276. Student folk studies project [“Songs and Epitaphs,”] which includes survey sheets with with the lyrics of folk songs and epitaphs in Oldham County, Kentucky. Sheets may include brief description of the folk song, lyrics, epitaph, date collected, and informant’s name and age.


Jacob Ludwig, Senior Clarinet Recital, Jacob Ludwig 2019 Cedarville University

Jacob Ludwig, Senior Clarinet Recital, Jacob Ludwig

Junior and Senior Recitals

No abstract provided.


Brahms: Experience And Expression In Music, Gianna Patchett, Nicky Jamison 2019 Utah State University

Brahms: Experience And Expression In Music, Gianna Patchett, Nicky Jamison

Student Research Symposium

We will compare and contrast the musical form of two Brahms sonatas (Cello No. 1 in E Minor and Viola No. 2 in Eb Major) and seek to draw conclusions as to how the events leading up to and surrounding these compositions may have influenced Brahms' formal decisions. Through this research we will to bring to light how personal experiences can influence the creative processes. We will also gain insight as to how this knowledge may change the way performers interpret these pieces. We will study the musical form of each sonata as well as the context in which they ...


Musical And Social Trends In Twentieth-Century Colombia, Miranda Rojas 2019 Belmont University

Musical And Social Trends In Twentieth-Century Colombia, Miranda Rojas

Belmont Undergraduate Research Symposium (BURS)

There has been only limited research into the musics of Latin America as a whole, and the amount of musicological investigation decreases when referring to any specific country. This presentation will provide a glimpse into the rich and diverse musical output of Colombian composers in the twentieth century. It begins with a brief overview of Latin American society and Colombian musical influences and social structures. Important Colombian composers such as Guillermo Uribe Holguín are discussed, as well as general trends in classical composition at the time. The musical output in Colombia is astounding and at least rivals, if not surpasses ...


2018-2019 Performance Forum - April 11, 2019, Sing Hong Lee, Yana Lyashko, Kayla Williams, Sheng Yuan Kuan, Daniel Guevara, Ricardo Lemus, Joshua Cessna, Michael Puryear, Kristine Mezines, David Brill, Sonya Nanos, Jiawei Yuan, Zulfiya Bashirova, Natalia Hidalgo, Georgiy Khokhlov, Olga Konovalova 2019 Lynn University

2018-2019 Performance Forum - April 11, 2019, Sing Hong Lee, Yana Lyashko, Kayla Williams, Sheng Yuan Kuan, Daniel Guevara, Ricardo Lemus, Joshua Cessna, Michael Puryear, Kristine Mezines, David Brill, Sonya Nanos, Jiawei Yuan, Zulfiya Bashirova, Natalia Hidalgo, Georgiy Khokhlov, Olga Konovalova

Performance Forum

No abstract provided.


2018-2019 Piano Passion: From The Studio Of Roberta Rust, Roberta Rust, Yiming Tang, Robiyakhon Akromova, Shalva Vashakashvili, Jannina Eliana Pena, Meiyu Wu, Xiaoxiao Wang, Kimia Rafieian, Bailey Michelle Collins, Suhao Bai, Ying Peng Wang, Nicole Marie P. Cortero, Jiawei Yuan 2019 Lynn University

2018-2019 Piano Passion: From The Studio Of Roberta Rust, Roberta Rust, Yiming Tang, Robiyakhon Akromova, Shalva Vashakashvili, Jannina Eliana Pena, Meiyu Wu, Xiaoxiao Wang, Kimia Rafieian, Bailey Michelle Collins, Suhao Bai, Ying Peng Wang, Nicole Marie P. Cortero, Jiawei Yuan

Studio Recitals

No abstract provided.


2018-2019 Master Of Music Recital - John Antisz (Clarinet), John Antisz, Sheng Yuan Kuan, Shiyu Liu, Kayla Bryan, Kayla Williams, Michael Puryear 2019 Lynn University

2018-2019 Master Of Music Recital - John Antisz (Clarinet), John Antisz, Sheng Yuan Kuan, Shiyu Liu, Kayla Bryan, Kayla Williams, Michael Puryear

Master of Music Recitals

No abstract provided.


3d Procedural Maze & Cave Generation, Jacob Sharp 2019 University of Lynchburg

3d Procedural Maze & Cave Generation, Jacob Sharp

Student Scholar Showcase

The goal of this project is to generate a maze or cave procedurally so that a player may be able to explore infinitely without a reoccurring pattern. The project also utilizes Virtual Reality (VR); the user will be able to put on a VR Headset and become more immersed in a procedural environment. One of the challenges that needed to be overcome was simple random number generators did not generate natural looking worlds. Introducing VR to the project created the additional challenge of preventing the user from becoming motion sick. These challenges were both addressed through many hours of research ...


The Song That Lives On, Katlyn Miller 2019 Kutztown University

The Song That Lives On, Katlyn Miller

KUCC -- Kutztown University Composition Conference

This personal essay dives into the relationship between Evanescence's song "My Immortal" and two specific events of loss Miller has experienced in her life. The paper explores how different forms of loss intertwine and how music is the bridge between those varying types of loss.


Music In Japanese Prisoner Of War Camps, Zerai Thornton 2019 University of Lynchburg

Music In Japanese Prisoner Of War Camps, Zerai Thornton

Student Scholar Showcase

During World War II, both the Axis and Allied powers held enemy soldiers and civilians in prisoner of war (POW) camps with little recreational activities. Although some Japanese POW camps did not allow their prisoners to engage in recreational activities, inmates transformed songs into acceptable performance practices. With the intent of improving music pedagogy, the purpose of this research was to investigate music in Japanese POW camps. The particular problems of this study were to (1) examine traditional practices in Japanese POW camps; (2) determine how music developed a Japanese POW camp; and (3) create a POW camp song, entitled ...


The Clarinet From Antiquity To Today, Nathaniel Estes 2019 University of Lynchburg

The Clarinet From Antiquity To Today, Nathaniel Estes

Student Scholar Showcase

The clarinet, coming from simple cane instruments with a slit cut into the cane to create a reed, to the modern clarinet with scientific advancements in the instrument and reed making process, not only shows how the clarinet has evolved, but how technology itself has evolved over hundreds of years. With the intent of improving music pedagogy and performance, the purpose of this research is to investigate how the clarinet evolved to become the modern clarinet. The particular problems of this study were to (1) trace historical development of the clarinet, (2) identify mechanical and stylistic characteristics between the Basset ...


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