University Texas Austin Phd Dissertations

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  • Doctoral thesis recital (piano (chamber)) 

    Malikov, Alexander(2018-03-08)

    Cello sonata in G minor, op. 19 / Sergei Rachmaninov (with Matthew Armbruster, cello) -- Trio no. 2 in E minor, op. 67 / Dmitrii Shostakovich (with Sophie Verhaeghe, violin, and Matthew Armbruster, cello)

  • Doctoral thesis recital (piano) 

    Park, Sunkyong(2018-03-09)

    Sheep may safely graze / Johann Sebastian Bach ; arr. Egon Petri -- Fantasiestücke : op., 12 / Robert Schumann -- Piano sonata in B minor, no. 47, Hob. XVI:32 /Joseph Haydn -- Miroirs. III, Une barque sur l'ocean ; IV, ...

  • Doctoral thesis recital (piano) 

    Wu, Shih-Ting(2018-03-06)

    Impromptus, op. 142, D. 935. III., Andante in B-flat major ; IV., Allegro scherzando in F minor / Franz Schubert -- Taiwanese folk songs : transcriptions for piano solo. Dark sky ; Grasshopper playing tricks on a rooster ...

  • Doctoral thesis recital (conducting) lecture 

    Marinello, Anthony(2018-03-05)

    Lecture: Migration series for jazz band and orchestra by Derek Bermel : a transcription for jazz band and wind ensemble -- Performance: Migration series: for jazz band and orchestra (2016/2017) / Derek Bermel (University ...

  • Master's thesis recital (clarinet) 

    Brown, Nicholas(2018-03-05)

    Chromatic fantasy / J.S. Bach ; transcribed by Stanley Hasty -- Sonata in D-flat for clarinet and piano / Felix Mendelssohn -- The Cape Cod files / Paquito D'Rivera -- Time pieces / Robert Muczynski.

  • Doctoral thesis recital (piano) 

    Choi, Daeun(2018-03-05)

    Wanderer fantasy : in C major, D. 760 / Franz Schubert -- Gaspard de la nuit / Maurice Ravel -- Soirée de Vienne : op. 56 : (concert paraphrase on Johannn Strauss's waltz motives from Die Fledermaus) / Alfred Grünfeld.

  • Spin orbit coupling and magnetism interplay driven phenomena 

    Lapas, Panteleimon; 0000-0002-1908-8554

    Four different projects are presented in this work, where one of them is a collaborative work with a different condensed matter physics group (within my graduate school). The common denominator of all those projects certainly ...

  • Determination of the energy flux of internal gravity waves 

    Lee, Frank Moonyoung; 0000-0001-9078-7801

    Internal gravity waves are traveling disturbances that propagate within a fluid whose density varies with depth, and two prominent examples where these occur are the atmosphere and the ocean. In the latter case, which is ...

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