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Aspects of the Historical Development of Repertoire for the Guitar: A Case Study of Hans Werner Henze’s Royal Winter Music, Sonatas on Shakespearean CharactersDownload
This thesis thoroughly examines the contributions Hans Werner Henze has made to the twentieth century repertoire for the classical guitar with the two sonatas that make up Royal Winter Music. The background of guitarist Julian Bream’s commissioning of the work is discussed in the introduction,...
Telling Tales: The Israelite Oratorios of George Frideric Handel as a Platform for Social Thought in Early Eighteenth-Century BritainDownload
"Identity is built on the ideologies of a collective nation"; there is no statement that rings clearer in the case of eighteenth-century Britain. This thesis examines the formulation of British identity as evidenced through allegorical narratives in Handel’s Israelite oratorios. As part of this...
Since the end of the American Folk Revival, in the late 1960s, folk festivals have undergone a dramatic change. Concurrently, folk music was transformed through capital from its origins as national folkloric music to a successful popular music genre. As professional folk music emerged during the...