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2005

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Columbus State University

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Imitation, Not Limitation: Fan Fiction In The Classroom, Molly Wright Jul 2005

Imitation, Not Limitation: Fan Fiction In The Classroom, Molly Wright

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A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of Requirements of the CSU Honors Program for Honors in the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Language and Literature, College of Arts and Letters, Columbus State University


Curriculum For Middle School Percussion, Amanda Hertel Jan 2005

Curriculum For Middle School Percussion, Amanda Hertel

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The Evolution Of Sacred Soli From Oratorios: Baroque Period To The Twentieth Century, Holly M. Chesnut Jan 2005

The Evolution Of Sacred Soli From Oratorios: Baroque Period To The Twentieth Century, Holly M. Chesnut

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The purpose of this thesis is to demonstrate briefly the evolution of musieal styles and characteristics found in sacred soli from oratorios over the course of the Baroque Period to the Twentieth Century. The author chose eight representative arias for examination in this project, with two arias being chosen for each of four periods, the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Twentieth Century, selected because of the prominence of both the composer and the aria in the context of choral history. The thesis is divided into four basic sections, the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Twentieth Century. The author will discuss historical influences ...