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    • Three Lynn Brubaker poems 

      Nichols, Eugene (Northern Illinois University, 1982)
      Three Lynn Brubaker Poems, for singing violinist and singing guitarist, represents an attempt to combine the "expanded performer" concept (championed by such composers as George Crumb and Salvatore Martirano) with the ...
    • Untitled : for three soloists and chorus 

      Yang, Fengshi (Northern Illinois University, 1985)
      This composition is a stylistic amalgam of Western contemporary instrumental techniques, Chinese musical ideas, and extended vocal techniques. The overall idiom can be described as free atonality with quotations transcribed ...
    • Visuals, games, and manipulatives in music education : a position 

      Pletsch, Vicky Marie (Northern Illinois University, 1986)
      Visuals, games, and manipulatives perform an important function in the physical, intellectual, and psychological development of children in both music education and general learning. Since students experience learning in ...
    • Winter words, op. 52, by Benjamin Britten : an analysis 

      Brashear, Ann (Northern Illinois University, 1986)
      Winter Words Op. 52, composed in 1953, is one of several song cycles by Benjamin Britten (1913-1976). The cycle, scored for high voice (tenor or soprano) and piano, consists of eight songs with texts by Thomas Hardy ...