Composition/Recording Projects

 
The following are production papers/recording projects submitted by Belmont University graduate students in partial fulfillment of the requirements for their degrees

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Theses/Dissertations from 2022

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Production As Analysis In Commercial Music Recordings, Simeon P. Church

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Reborn: The Documentation and Processes of a Fusion Project, Natalie Merrill

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Grrrls, Grrrls, Grrrls: Incorporating Feminist Theory Into Punk Rock Composition, Bryan M. Waring

Theses/Dissertations from 2021

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Pioneers of the Extended-Range Electric Bass, Owen Ananich

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The Art of Incorporating Afro-latin Rhythms in Modern Jazz: In the Style of Maria Schneider, Kristen Janelle

Theses/Dissertations from 2020

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Negative Harmony: The Shadow Of Harmonic Polarity On Contemporary Composition Techniques, Debora Haller

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A Violist in Nashville: The Viola’s Role in the Nashville Recording Industry, Patrick Monnius

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Exploring the Gospel Fusion Arrangements of The Recording Collective, Tyler Williams