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    Siefert, Lucy A.
    The songs presented here, whether by well-known or obscure composers, are, for the most part, less familiar. However, each is intrinsically attractive, musically valid, and of more than just historical interest. Monteverdi's Scherzi Musicali (1632) co . . .
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    Floch, Duane Byron
    Solo literature for trumpet belongs almost entirely to the baroque and modern periods. The program selected is divided equally between these two diverse style periods, with the intention of engaging at least one monumental work from each period. In th . . .
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    Campbell, Michael Ray
    Faust, an opera in five acts (more commonly produced in four), was performed at California State University, Northridge, under the direction of David Scott, in June of 1973. The libretto for this opera was written by Jules Barbier and Michael Carre wi . . .
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    Oseguera, Jose Luis, Jr.
    Aside from being synonymous with Art Song and its various permutations (i.e. Lied, Chanson, Canzona, Canción), poetry, music and the human voice can all be thought of as agents of communication or as vestibules that lead emotions, thoughts, and expres . . .
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    Zhao, Yue
    Italian, German, French, English and Chinese songs make up the six groups of this program. Selections were chosen from classical to contemporary in order to take an audience on an emotional journey through music and text. Groups are distinguished by v . . .
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    Clark, Nancy Louise
    This abstract constitutes the written portion of a thesis project in theatrical design. The major portion of the thesis involved creating the scenography for the California State University, Northridge, production of Benjamin Britten’s The Beggar’s Op . . .