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What's In A Name? Is The Term "Third Stream Music" Truly Representative Of The Music It Is Supposed To Describe? Would The Term "Jazzical" Be Just As Appropriate?, Matthew Styles 2011 Edith Cowan University

What's In A Name? Is The Term "Third Stream Music" Truly Representative Of The Music It Is Supposed To Describe? Would The Term "Jazzical" Be Just As Appropriate?, Matthew Styles

ECU Publications 2011

No abstract provided.


Multidimensional Data Sets: Traversing Sound Synthesis, Sound Sculpture, And Scored Composition, Stuart James, Catherine Hope 2011 Edith Cowan University

Multidimensional Data Sets: Traversing Sound Synthesis, Sound Sculpture, And Scored Composition, Stuart James, Catherine Hope

ECU Publications 2011

This article documents some of the conceptual developments of some various approaches to using multidimensional data sets as a means of propagating sound, manipulating and sculpting sound, and generating compositional scores. This is not only achieved through a methodology that is reminiscent of some of the systematic matrix procedures employed by composer Peter Maxwell Davies, but also through a generative signal path method conventionally termed Wave Terrain Synthesis. Both methodologies follow in essence the same kind of paradigm - the notion of extracting information through a process of traversing multidimensional topography. In this article we look at four documented examples. The ...


Processes In Composition And Performance Leading To Performance, Catherine Hope 2011 Edith Cowan University

Processes In Composition And Performance Leading To Performance, Catherine Hope

ECU Publications 2011

This paper contemplates different processes and results developed by ‘programming composers’ as compared to composers who use programmers to facilitate or realise compositional components of their works. Different models for the relationship between music composition and computer programming are examined, as are the outcomes for composers and performers. For music programmers the compositional process varies according to the composer and the work they wish to create. Complex musical configurations involving sound synthesis, processing, aleatoric and improvisational approaches may be guided by conceptual ideas that do not always originate with programming skills, and can be outsourced within differing levels of collaboration ...


Out Of The Past, Maude Brannen Edge, Delma E. Presley (Ed.), Marvin Goss (Ed.) 2011 Georgia Southern University

Out Of The Past, Maude Brannen Edge, Delma E. Presley (Ed.), Marvin Goss (Ed.)

Bulloch County Historical Society Publications

A collection of articles on local history written by Maude Brannen and published in the Bulloch Times.


Artist Stores: An Evolution In Art And Commerce, Naomi Huth 2011 CUNY City College

Artist Stores: An Evolution In Art And Commerce, Naomi Huth

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


Commonthought (2011), Commonthought Staff 2011 Lesley University

Commonthought (2011), Commonthought Staff

Commonthought

This issue features works created by Lesley University students and covers a broad range of topics. The work itself crosses many disciplines from creative writing to visual arts.


A Poet's Request : Text And Subtext In Horace's Odes 1.1, Virginia C. Cook 2011 Marshall University

A Poet's Request : Text And Subtext In Horace's Odes 1.1, Virginia C. Cook

Theses, Dissertations and Capstones

As the first poem within Horace's original publication of Odes, Odes 1.1 embodies aspects of theme and style representative of the poet's approach to the genre of lyric poetry. The Odes of Horace allow various interpretations by the reader based on construction, vocabulary and imagery. This thesis explores Odes 1.1 in its entirety through such approaches and focuses on the text and subtext incorporated by the poet. The first chapter sets the foundation needed in order to begin a study of Horace's lyric poetry, detailing the genre as a whole, the life of the poet ...


Sahib And Sepoy : The British Perspective On The Sepoy Rebellion Of 1857, Harley Derek Walden 2011 Marshall University

Sahib And Sepoy : The British Perspective On The Sepoy Rebellion Of 1857, Harley Derek Walden

Theses, Dissertations and Capstones

The Sepoy Rebellion of 1857 was a truly significant event in the annals of British history and imperial study as well. The recent historiography on the British perspective of the event neglects to consider the positive Anglo-Indian perspective, dismissing it as a dissident or non-existent sentiment. However, through analyzing the British Parliamentary debates, military memoir, and Victorian literature, a more dynamic picture emerges of mid-Victorian Britain. Britons from varying social classes felt sympathy and admiration for their Indian counterparts, even in lieu of the Sepoy Rebellion in 1857. They differentiated between loyal Indian soldiers and the rebels that threatened to ...


Front Matter, 2011 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Front Matter

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Editor's message.


Immersion, Transformation, And The Literature Class, Christina Vischer Bruns 2011 Chapman University

Immersion, Transformation, And The Literature Class, Christina Vischer Bruns

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

“Transitional space” helps teachers understand how a reader’s transformation happens, and why it is valuable.


Jaepl, Vol. 17, Winter 2011-2012, Joona Smitherman Trapp, Brad Peters 2011 Waynesburg University

Jaepl, Vol. 17, Winter 2011-2012, Joona Smitherman Trapp, Brad Peters

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Essays

Cristina Bruns - Immersion, Transformation, and the Literature Class

Anne DiPardo - My Kanawha

Kelly A. Concannon Mannise - Who Cares? Exploring Student Perspectives on Care Ethics

Kym Buchanan & Perry Cook - Playing the Believing Game with Dr. Seuss and Reluctant Learners in Science

Elizabeth Woodworth - Being the Unbook, Being the Change: The Transformative Power of Open Sources

W. Keith Duffy - Suffering and Teaching Writing

Helen Collins Stitler - Perfect

Nikki Holland, Iris Shepard, Christian Z. Goering, & David A. Jolliffe - We Were the Teachers, Not the Observers: Transforming Preparation through Placements in a Creative, After-School Program

S. Rebecca Leigh - Re-Seeing Story through Portal Writing ...


Who Cares? Exploring Student Perspectives On Care Ethics, Kelly A. Concannon Mannise 2011 Noca Southeastern University

Who Cares? Exploring Student Perspectives On Care Ethics, Kelly A. Concannon Mannise

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Care ethics are influenced by conflicts between crafted theories and how students read those theories in practice.


Suffering And Teaching Writing, W. Keith Duffy 2011 Pennsylvania State University

Suffering And Teaching Writing, W. Keith Duffy

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

How can spiritual texts help us respond to the burn-out we sometimes experience in our roles as literacy teachers?


Perfect, Helen Collins Sitler 2011 Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Perfect, Helen Collins Sitler

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Perfectionism can be a form of trauma that composition instructors should be aware of in some high-achieving students.


“We Were The Teachers, Not The Observers”: Transforming Teacher Preparation Through Placements In A Creative, After-School Program, Nikki Holland, Iris Shepard, Christian Z. Goering 2011 University of Arkansas

“We Were The Teachers, Not The Observers”: Transforming Teacher Preparation Through Placements In A Creative, After-School Program, Nikki Holland, Iris Shepard, Christian Z. Goering

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Teacher preparation at one university shifts pre-service observation to hands-on integration of the arts in an after-school program called Razorback Writers.


“Poetry Is Not A Luxury”: Why We Should Include Poetry In The Writing Classroom, Nicole Warwick 2011 California State University, Northridge

“Poetry Is Not A Luxury”: Why We Should Include Poetry In The Writing Classroom, Nicole Warwick

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

How can poetry transform academic writing’s “masculine” ways of knowing and communicating into transnational exploration?


Connecting, Helen Walker, Jan Buley, S. Rebecca Leigh, Christopher M. Bache, Bette B. Bauer, Rachel Forrester, Laurence Musgrove 2011 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Connecting, Helen Walker, Jan Buley, S. Rebecca Leigh, Christopher M. Bache, Bette B. Bauer, Rachel Forrester, Laurence Musgrove

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Connecting

Helen Walker - Teaching/Seeing Jesus

Jan Buley - The Realization

S. Rebecca Leigh - Celebrating Ways of Learning

Christopher M. Bache - The Opening Question

Bette B. Bauer - Teaching as a Spiritual Practice

Rachel Forrester - Appalachia Finally in the Spring

Laurence Musgrove - Syllabus


Writing And Time, Time And The Essay, Douglas Hesse 2011 University of Denver

Writing And Time, Time And The Essay, Douglas Hesse

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Writing requires time, thought, and most of all, discovery—despite a high-tech world that can’t be bothered with it.


Time Out Of Mind As Distant Past Beyond Memory; Bob Dylan And His "Late Style", Koji Matsudo 2011 CUNY City College

Time Out Of Mind As Distant Past Beyond Memory; Bob Dylan And His "Late Style", Koji Matsudo

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


The Cut Of A Suit, Shea Taylor 2011 CUNY City College

The Cut Of A Suit, Shea Taylor

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


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