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  • 13 in 20 

    Szala, Christopher R. (2013-05-16)
  • Apricots of Andujar 

    Duykers, Aaron Max (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-May-12)
    Apricots of Andujar explores generational differences and evokes forgiveness and renewal between a man, Jon Swann, and his abusive and distant father, a farmer who grew the "Andujar Apricot"- not a perfect, blemish-free, ...
  • The Ballad of Poor Claudio 

    Reheuser, John (2013-07-11)
  • Embers from the Void 

    Vandegriff, Matthew Michael (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-May-12)
    Embers from the Void for string quartet and voice is a work centered around the idea of transition, specifically the transition state of death. Each moment explores this idea through imagery of landscape, season, and space ...
  • Hearing Your Ocean 

    Dobbs, Keith Ashton (2013-07-09)
  • In My Dreams, You Are 

    Farrow, Darcey Anne (2013-05-31)
  • In the Middle of Nowhere 

    Boomer, Theresa S. (2013-05-13)
  • jazz listener 

    Malloy, Zack (2013-05-09)
  • The Lady Volunteers Sing About Colleen 

    Reheuser, John (2013-07-11)
  • Lake Placid Hotel Gig: A Darkling's Day 

    Esmond, John (2013-06-11)
  • The Lights Flashing in Your Rearview Mirror 

    Szala, Christopher R. (2013-05-16)
  • Metal Machine Music: Technology, Noise, and Modernism in Industrial Music 1975-1996 

    Hanley, Jason James (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-Aug-11)
    The British band Throbbing Gristle first used the term Industrial in the mid-1970s to describe the intense noise of their music while simultaneously tapping into a related set of aesthetics and ideas connected to early ...
  • Music 

    Heller, Stacy (2013-06-21)
  • Music Therapy 

    Reid, Tysheema (2013-07-01)
  • My Lover's Beloved 

    Bertini-Colon, Laura (2013-06-17)
  • O Frabjous Day 

    Kaila, Ilari (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-Dec-10)
    O Frabjous Day is a composition for symphony orchestra (2-2-2-2, 4-2-2-1, timp, 3perc, pno, hp, strings, with standard doublings). The duration is approximately 13 minutes.The piece is based on the idea of setting large-scale ...
  • Samurai Twins 

    Greenwood, Eric (2013-05-17)
  • Shinobi Uta 

    Sakamoto, Tae (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-Dec-10)
    Shinobi Uta is a song cycle in five movements for soprano, baritone, and chamber orchestra based on the story of Tosa Nikki. The first literary work in Japanese history conveyed in the form of a diary, Tosa Nikki was written ...
  • Solitude 

    Loyato, Martin (The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY., 1-Dec-11)
    Solitude: The Orchestration of a Word on a Canvas By Mart?Án Sebastian Loyato The orchestration of a word on a canvas and the procedures and artistic decisions that are contained in the creation of my composition for ...
  • Some Sound Sense 

    ACL (2013-06-14)