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Items where Department is "College of Arts and Humanities > School of Music" and Year is 2012

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Ap Sion, P. (2012) Understanding Minimalist Film Music: The Case of Man on Wire. The Soundtrack, 5 ((1)). pp. 51-66. DOI: 10.1386/st.5.1.51_1

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Cotterill, Graeme James (2012) Music in the blood & Poetry in the soul? National identity in the life and music of Grace Williams. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.

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Eisentraut, J. (2012) The Accessibility of Music: Participation, Reception, and Contact. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-1107024830

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Harper, J.M. (2012) Liturgy, Music and Theology in the English choral tradition. In: Christianity and the Disciplines: The Transformation of the University. T & T Clark International. ISBN 0567040453

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Jones, C.O. (2012) Mapping live provisions in Welsh-language rock, 1978–80. Popular Music History, 7 ((1)). pp. 53-81.

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Leitmeir, C.T.B. (2012) Ein "Mann ohne Eigenschaften"? – Theodor Kroyer als Ordinarius für Musikwissenschaft in Köln (1932-1938). In: Musikwissenschaft im Rheinland um 1930: Bericht über die Tagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft für rheinische Musikgeschichte in Köln. September 2007 . Merseburger. ISBN 9783875373271

Leitmeir, C.T.B. (2012) Sine Auctoritate Nulla Disciplina Est Perfecta: Medieval Music Theory in Search of Normative Foundations. In: Between Creativity and Norm-Making: Tensions in the Early Modern Era. Brill, pp. 31-60. ISBN 9789004240681

Lewis, A. (2012) Lexicon (2012 - Wellcome Trust project). [Composition]

Lewis, W.G. (2012) Lexicon. [Composition]

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Vlhova-Woerner, H. (2012) Jan Hus and the creation of the vernacular liturgy in Bohemia. In: Open lecture, Beinecke library, Yale University, USA, March 2012.

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