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  • Melting the Boundaries: The integration of ethnic instruments into western art music 

    Stoop, Margaret Collins (Trinity College Dublin. School of Creative Arts. Discipline of Music, 2021)
    Melting the Boundaries: The Integration of Ethnic Instruments into Western Art Music Margaret Collins Stoop PhD Dissertation, Music Composition Trinity College Dublin Abstract This dissertation presents eight original ...
  • Reflections on the Financial and Ethical Implications of Music Generated by Artificial Intelligence 

    Clancy, Martin
    This work analyses the financial and ethical implications of music generated by Artificial Intelligence (AI). The primary concern of this work relates to issues of employment in the music industry challenged by AI ...
  • Paralanguage and The Beatles 

    DUGGAN, BLAITHIN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Creative Arts. Discipline of Music, 2020)
    Scholarship concerning popular song has lent itself to studies throughout the arts and humanities, but it has not received a close study oriented through paralanguage. That is the nonverbal characteristics of speech that ...
  • The vernacular church music of William Byrd : a reappraisal of chronology, authenticity and context 

    Johnstone, Andrew (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Music, 2014)
    This aim of this thesis is a unified reappraisal of the vernacular church music of William Byrd (c.1540-1623). Specific objectives include the elimination of opera dubia, the distinguishing of adapted consort works from ...
  • The Choral Foundation of the Chapel Royal, Dublin Castle, 1814?1922 

    O'SHEA, DAVID MICHAEL (Trinity College Dublin. School of Creative Arts. Discipline of Music, 2019)
    The Chapel Royal of Dublin Castle, the household chapel of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, was opened for worship on Christmas Day 1814. It was established in imitation of the Chapel Royal of St James’s Palace, London, and ...

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