Browsing by Author "Eddins, Dwight"

Browsing by Author "Eddins, Dwight"

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  • Marc, Aida Beatrice (University of Alabama Libraries, 2010)
    The present document is a reflection upon Liszt's most important piece, the Dante Sonata from the cycle Années de Pèlerinage. It represents the pinnacle achievement of the Italian Years and it is considered one of the most ...
  • Fishkin, Benjamin Hart (University of Alabama Libraries, 2009)
    A dilemma inherent within any parent-child relationship is that a youth may require attention and guidance that a parent is unable, or unwilling, to provide. How much is a parent willing to "give up" and will this new role ...
  • O'Rear, Christopher Lindsay (University of Alabama Libraries, 2011)
    Gerald Finzi has at least once been characterized as the English Hugo Wolf. To one familiar with the music of both Wolf and Finzi, such a statement understandably elicits pause and must be qualified by the context in which ...
  • Whitehouse, Stella Cocoris (University of Alabama Libraries, 1977)
    Criticism of the drama of the Renaissance has yielded an abundance of Marlovian scholarship, great and varied in scope. Particularly, there has been an immense interest in Marlowe's creation of the superhuman hero--the ...

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