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Birkett, Danielle (2016) ‘FAIRY LAND WAS NEVER LIKE THIS!’: FINIAN’S RAINBOW AND THE FANTASTICAL REPRESENTATION OF E.Y. HARBURG’S SOCIO-POLITICAL IDEALS. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Cespedes Guevara, Julian (2016) Towards a Constructionist Theory of Musically-Induced Emotions. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Davidovic, Inja (2016) Chopin in Great Britain, 1830 to 1930: reception, performance, recordings. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Hsu, Sheng-Wei (2016) Interpreting the Piano Music of Taiwanese Composer Kuo Chih-Yuan. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Jouanny, Steven (2016) Pre-compositional algorithms in compositions by Boulez, Cage and Xenakis in the 1950s. MMus thesis, University of Sheffield.

Li, Shen (2016) Investigating the cross-modal relationship between music and motion in an improvised music production context. MMus thesis, University of Sheffield.

Miller, Josephine L (2016) An ethnographic analysis of participation, learning and agency in a Scottish traditional music organisation. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Nichol, Bethany (2016) Swans and Swan Lake: from Tchaikovsky to Matthew Bourne. MMus thesis, University of Sheffield.

Parsons, W. George (2016) Metaphor as a Tool for Theologically-Informed Musical Analysis of Sir James MacMillan's Triduum. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Pearse, Stephen (2016) Agent-Based Graphic Sound Synthesis and Acousmatic Composition. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Scully, LC (2016) Body or Soul? Questioning the validity of binary interpretations of Bebop in the history of jazz criticism. MMus thesis, University of Sheffield.

Shih, Yingpin (2016) Tradition in Motion-The Status and Identity of Amateur Beiguan Opera and Music Communities [Zidi] in Modern Taiwanese Society. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

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