Now showing items 21-40 of 65

    • Beyond "pushing play": The implications of technology on music composition and performance 

      Mackey, Ryan David (Wichita State University, 2015-05)
      Some purveyors of traditional music may see the introduction of electronics and electronic instruments as stains on the grand tapestry of music; yet there are many composers and performers who have embraced the possibilities ...
    • In tune or out of tune: are different instruments and voice heard differently? 

      Geringer, John M.; MacLeod, Rebecca B.; Sasanfar, Justine K. (SAGE Publications, 2015-04)
      We studied music majors' perception of intonation in accompanied solo performances of trumpet, violin, and voice. We were interested in whether listeners would judge pitch deviations of equal magnitude in the three solo ...
    • Autopoiesis in contemporary Bio-Arts in Mexico and Colombia 

      Pederson, Claudia C. (Taylor & Francis Group, 2015)
      In Latin America, the convergence of art, technology, and activism, alongside the environmental impact of globalization, has led to works addressing ecological themes. While constituting a new focus of digital art practices ...
    • Bad boys and mean girls: Behavior management concerns in the music classroom 

      Iseminger, Scott K. (Wichita State University, 2014-07)
      The purpose of this study and related survey is to examine the common disruptive and aggressive behaviors exhibited by students with severe behavior and emotional disorders in the music education setting. Specific diagnoses ...
    • Scaenae 

      Falk, Katherine (Wichita State University, 2014-05)
    • 'Flower of the lily': late-medieval religious and heraldic symbolism in Paris, Bibliotheque nationale de France, MS francais 146 

      Caldwell, Mary Channen (Cambridge University Press, 2014-01)
      Paris, Bibliotheque nationale de France, MS francais 146 (fr. 146), a manuscript well known for its inclusion of the Roman de Fauvel, also provides an important, albeit understudied, contribution to the history surrounding ...
    • Graven images (What's in a brand?) 

      Farmer, James Robert (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2014-04-25)
      The research topics most relevant to my studio art practice are branding, advertising and semiotics (the study of sign systems and their meanings). My intention is to formulate a critique of capitalist globalization that ...
    • John Adams' "I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky": Examination of an earthquake/romance 

      Pirilli, Lydia (Wichita State University, 2013-05)
      In 1995, John Adams, Peter Sellars, and June Jordan collaborated on the contemporary opera/musical I Was Looking at the Ceiling and Then I Saw the Sky. Based around the 1994 Los Angeles, California earthquake, the work ...
    • A study in music interpretation and nuances 

      Khow, Karine (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2013-05-08)
      The purpose of this study is to address the importance of interpreting music and to explore the possibility of transferring ideas from the score to the audience. The study will consist of a brief description of the meaning ...
    • Contemporary problems and solutions in the field of modern percussion repertoire 

      Slater, Andrew C. (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2013-05-08)
      Contemporary music presents a unique set of challenges to its performers. This is especially so for the modern percussionist. Aside from being both mentally and physically draining, the performer must convince an audience, ...
    • Thomas Remley, P.I.: Miranda's Case, pt.1 & pt.2 

      Jones, Bret (Wichita State University, 2013-05-19)
      Thomas Remley, private investigator, has been haunted for years by a mistake while on the police force. Goaded by the ghost of the woman he shot, or his battered conscience, Remley takes up her case again and finds out ...
    • Thomas Remley, P.I.: Fair Play 

      Jones, Bret (Wichita State University, 2012-10-19)
      In this episode of Thomas Remley, P.I., Thomas is hired by an illusive client who puts him in the cross hairs of a dangerous criminal.
    • Thomas Remley, P.I.:The Two-Dollar Pistol 

      Jones, Bret (Wichita State University, 2013-05-19)
      Remley is minding his own business on the street when a man is shot and the murder weapon is slipped into his pocket. The haunted private investigator must find the real killer before his time runs out.
    • Neverwhen: The Adventures of Indigo Harkway -- The Fourth Planet 

      Jones, Bret (Wichita State University, 2013-05-17)
      In a steampunk version of 1905 strange explosions are bubbling off of Mars and heading toward the Earth! Indigo Harkway and his plucky booking agent, Matilda Rubicon, take to the skies in their airship to hunt down the ...
    • Neverwhen: The Adventures of Indigo Harkway -- The Canal 

      Jones, Bret (Wichita State University, 2013-05-17)
      It is 1905, but with a steampunk twist! In this episode, Indigo Harkway is sent to the construction site for the Panama Canal by President Teddy Roosevelt, who he rode with up San Juan hill--leaving Teddy in a steam-driven ...
    • Antigone 

      Sophocles (Wichita State University, 2013-06-06)
      Stagestruck Audio Theatre presents an audio play of Sophocles' Antigone.
    • Chapter 15 -- Mary Magdalene and the iconography of domesticity 

      LeZotte, Annette (E J BRILL, 2012)
      Mary Magdalene, Iconographic Studies from the Middle Ages to the Baroque examines the iconographic inventions in Magdalene imagery and the contextual factors that shaped her representation in visual art from the fourteenth ...
    • Ritual genesis: constructing systems of belief 

      Voltz, Lars (Wichita State University. Graduate School., 2012-04-18)
      Throughout clay’s history, material choices directly shape cultural practices and the structuring of ceremonial and mundane living. Within this context, “ritual” is a transient term describing actions covering a broad scope ...
    • Art and science intersect 

      Tripp, Kristen (Wichita State University. Graduate School., 2012-04-18)
      Scientists such as biologist Gunther von Hagens and medical doctor Mark Gilbert, among others, have been turning to art to create scientific sculptures whose main purposes are not only to teach to general public and science ...
    • Art within ceramic decoration 

      St. Clair, Joyce (Wichita State University. Graduate School., 2012-04-18)
      Decoration in early ceramic work stemmed from the abstraction of culturally significant symbols and motifs now serves as a record of cultural identity. Contemporarily, the role of decoration in our visual culture has been ...