The Music Papers series contains works that are awarded Research Honors
or that have been selected as "outstanding" by School of Music faculty.
Works that received Research Honors distinction from the University have the note "(Honors)" following the title of the work.
For further information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Tate Archives and Special Collections.
Submissions from 2015
"O! My Son": Musical Interpretations of a Father's Grief in the Age of Jacobean Rhetoric (Honors), Hannah Eby
Unleashing Music's Hidden Blueprint: An Analysis of Mathematical Symmetries Used in Music (Honors), Natalie Hoijer
Submissions from 2014
Bruce Prince-Joseph: Toccata Giovane (Honors), Lucas W. Fletcher
Submissions from 2013
20th Century Trends in the Rhythmic Interpretation of the Cantigas de Santa Maria (Honors), Chelsey Belt
Submissions from 2012
Ravel and Roussel: Retrospectivism in Le Tombeau de Couperin and La Suite pour piano, op.14, Qingfan Jiang
Submissions from 2011
Fatalism, Tragedy, and Morality: A Study of the Men in Verdi's 'Il trovatore' (Honors), John Hanlon
Submissions from 2006
Integration of Women into the Flute Section of Orchestras from 1950 to the Present (Honors), Deborah Boersma
Submissions from 1991
Mediating Between the Mediums: The Changing Shakespearean World, Rebecca Ewert '91
Submissions from 1977
Die Schöne Müllerin: The Creative Genius of Wilhelm Müller and Franz Schubert, David C. Rayl '77