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Dissertations

Baker, Stacy Ann. Vocal Technique Performance Challenges for the Tubist With a Soprano Vocal Range. DMA dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1999.

Brevig, Per Andreas. Avant-Garde Techniques in Solo Trombone Music; Problems of Notation and Execution. DMA dissertation, The Juilliard School, 1971.

Casey, Michael James. Extended Techniques in Unaccompanied Works for Solo Tuba Written Between 1965-1973 and 2002-2013. DM treatise, Florida State University, 2017. 

Cherry, Amy K. Extended Techniques in Trumpet Performance and Pedagogy. DMA        dissertation, University of Cincinnati, 2009.

Corwell, Neal Lynn. Original Compositions for Solo Euphonium with Tape. DMA dissertation, University of Maryland at College Park, 1996.

Daussat, David M. Birth of a Modern Concerto: An Explication of Musical Design and      Intention in ‘Journey: Concerto for Contrabass Tuba and Orchestra’. DMA dissertation,   University of North Texas, 2008.

Denton, William L. Extended Trumpet Techniques: A Method for Their Exploration and     Mastery. DMA dissertation, University of South Carolina, 2006.

Dillon, Robert Morris. Five Original Teaching Pieces in Contemporary Styles for Brass     Instruments. DME dissertation, The University of Oklahoma, 1971.

Duron-VanTuinen, Danielle. Euphonium and Live Electronics: A Performer’s Examination of Three New Works. DMA Document, Arizona State University, 2017.

Edgley, Mackenzie Kay. The Evolution of the Tuba Concerto: Significance and Musical      Growth Beyond ‘Tubby’. DM treatise, The Florida State University, 2016.

Fox, Ronald S. A Critical Comparison of Selected Orchestration Texts Concerning Brass. DM Document, Indiana University, 1984.

Funderburk, Jeffrey Lee. An Annotated Bibliography of the Unaccompanied Solo Repertoire for Tuba. DMA dissertation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1992.

Halloin, Anthony. The Development of the American Solo Tuba Repertoire. DMA dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park, 2010.

Jenkins, Kevin Joseph. A study of seven compositions for tuba and electronic sound source. DMA dissertation, Arizona State University, 1994.

Jester, Jennifer Ann. Interdisciplinary Performance and Education: The Study, the Project, the Challenge. DMA dissertation, University of California Los Angeles, 2008.

Kennedy, Sean M. An Approach to Standardizing Pedagogy for Extended Techniques on the Tuba. DMA document, Texas Tech University, 2016.

Larson, Andrew Brian. Investigating “Experimentalism”: A Case Study of the Tuba and its Repertoire. DMA dissertation, Louisiana State University, 2013.

McCormack, Timothy. Instrumental Mechanism and Physicality as Compositional Resources. MPhil thesis, University of Huddersfield, 2010.

Miles, David Royal. An annotated bibliography of selected contemporary euphonium solo  literature by American composers. DMA dissertation, University of Maryland at College Park, 1991.

Navarro, Fernanda. Regaining the Body: An Approach to Corporeality and Physicality in    Composition and Musical Collaboration. MA thesis, University of California Santa Cruz, 2013.

Potter, Craig Garrett. The Electroacoustic Tuba: A Study of Selected Works for Tuba with Fixed Media and Live Processed Electronic Accompaniments. DMA dissertation, University of   Maryland at College Park, 2018.

Puebla, Ruben Alexander. The Avant-Garde Tuba: Analysis and Comparisons of Interpretations of William Kraft’s Encounters II for Unaccompanied Tuba. MM thesis, California State University, Long Beach, 2014.

Randolph, David Mark. New Techniques in the Avant-Garde Repertoire for Solo Tuba. DMA dissertation, University of Rochester, 1977.

Ray, Irving Paul. A Comprehensive Performance Guide for the Use of Advanced Technology in Euphonium Repertoire with Electronic Media Through Analysis of Works by D. Edward Davis, Neal Corwell, and Lucy Pankhurst. DMA dissertation, University of North Texas,  2017.

Roche, Heather. Dialogue and Collaboration in the Creation of New Works for Clarinet. D.Phil dissertation, University of Huddersfield, 2011.

Rowland, Daniel Jay. William Kraft’s “Encounters II” for Solo Tuba: A Performer’s Guide and Annotated Bibliography of Unaccompanied Works Written for Roger Bobo. DM treatise, Florida State University, 2015.

Smoker, Paul Alva. A Comprehensive Performance Project in Trumpet Literature with a Survey of Some Recently Developed Trumpet Techniques and Effects Appearing in         Contemporary Music. DMA dissertation, The University of Iowa, 1974.

Stevens, Milton Lewis, Jr. New Techniques Required to Perform Recent Music for the    Trombone. DMA dissertation, Boston University, 1976.

Storm, Lukas Timothy. Wolfgang von Schweinitz’s Plainsound Brass Trio in Theory and   Practice: A Guide for Performers. DMA dissertation, University of California Los   Angeles, 2017.

Thompson, Timothy F. Extended Techniques for the Horn: An Historical Overview with     Practical Performance Applications. DMA dissertation, University of Wisconsin-        Madison, 1997.

Tignor, Scott Edward. A Performance Guide to Luigi Nono’s “Post-Prae-Ludium

No. 1‘per Donau’.” DMA dissertation, University of North Texas, 2009.

Westerfield, Lewis Elijah. Selected Works for Tuba and Electronic Media. DMA dissertation, University of Alabama, 2017.

Williams, Benjamin John. Music Composition Pedagogy: A History, Philosophy and        Guide. DMA document, Ohio State University, 2010.