Accession Numbered Humanities Microfilm
Titles in the Humanities Microfilm collection were acquired by the UO Library prior to 1980, and include works published between 1950 and 1978. Most reels contain single dissertations, chiefly in the fields of literature, music and librarianship. There are, however, a small number of large multi-reel sets. Among these are the 656-reel collection of German Baroque Literature (HUM 750) and the 16-reel set of British Architectural Library unpublished manuscripts (HUM 725). The inventory is arranged by entry number, 1-750. Entries include author, title, publisher, date, and (in some instances) the subject headings that were assigned when the work was cataloged. Entries for major sets may also include references to finding aids. No records for these works appear in the UO Library's online catalog. The Humanities Microfilm collection is stored in Room 191N in Documents.
HUM 1. Cook, Raymond Allen. Thomas Dixon: his books and his career. Thesis, Emory, 1953.
HUM 2. Coplan, Ruth Ellen. A study of predominant themes in selected best-selling American fiction, 1850-1915. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1966.
HUM 3. Altman, Albert. The emergence of the press in Meiji Japan. Thesis, Princeton, 1965.
HUM 4. Milligan, Vincent. Valery Larbaud, Anglicist. Thesis, Columbia, 1952.
HUM 5. McShane, Margaret Mary. The music of the medieval liturgical drama. Thesis, Catholic, 1961. Music history and criticism.
HUM 6. Morse, Dorothy J. Word painting and symbolism in the secular choral works of Thomas Weelkes, Tudor composer. Thesis, New York, 1961.
HUM 7. Modisette, Eldon Leon. Changing political thought in the American drama, 1919-1951. Thesis, Minnesota, 1954.
HUM 8. Seaich, John Eugene. Leichtentritt's "History of the motet": a study and translation. Thesis, Utah, 1958.
HUM 9. Vernier, Richard. "Poesie ininterrompue" et la poetique de Paul Eluard [French Text]. Thesis, Berkeley, 1965.
HUM 10. Wurtz, Martha Harris. The sacred vocal works of Francois Couperin (1668-1733). Thesis, Washington U, 1965.
HUM 11. Evans, Hugh Charles. The techniques of acting the Shakespearean clown. Thesis, Stanford, 1963. Characters. Comic.
HUM 12. Ballard, William Joseph. The sources, development and culmination of the dramatic madrigal. Thesis, Northwestern, 1957. Part songs. To 1800.
HUM 13. Levy, Bernard Sidney. Style and purpose: a reconsideration of the authorship of the poems in Cotton MS. Nero. A.x. Thesis, Berkeley, 1961. Patience. Pearl. Cleanness. Gawain and the Grene knight. Literature, medieval.
HUM 14. Ross, Janet. Willa Cather and the realistic movement in American fiction. Thesis, SU Iowa, 1960.
HUM 15. Richards, William Henry. Trends of piano class instruction, 1815-1962. Thesis, UM Kansas City, 1962. Piano. Instruction and study.
HUM 16. Wagoner, Mary Hermione Sparks. The changing patterns of humor in the novels of Tobias Smollett. Thesis, Texas, 1961.
HUM 17. Trantham, William Eugene. A music theory approach to beginning piano instruction for the college music major. Thesis, Northwestern, 1966. Piano. Instruction and study.
HUM 18. Ryding, William Wellington. Structural patterns in medieval narrative. Thesis, Columbia, 1961. Literature, medieval.
HUM 19. Nelson, Philip Francis. Nicolas Bernier (1665-1734): a study of the composer and his sacred works. Thesis, UNC, 1958. Includes musical supplement containing scores of 4 petits motets, 7 grands motets, and 9 lecons de tenebres. Part songs, sacred. to 1800.
HUM 20. Landrum, Marilynn Joyce. An experimental study of perceptual awareness of interior space. Thesis, Missouri, 1966. Interior decoration. Space.
HUM 21. Simon, John Kenneth. The glance of the idiot: a thematic study of Faulkner and modern French fiction. Thesis, Yale, 1963. 20th century. History and criticism.
HUM 22. Lyons, Charles Ray. Shakespeare and the ambiguity of love's triumph. Thesis, Stanford, 1964. Criticism and interpretation. Love in literature.
HUM 23. Jones, George Elwood. The American Indian in the American novel (1875-1950). Thesis, New York, 1958. Indians in literature. American fiction. History and criticism.
HUM 24. McCormick, John Raymond. The language of William Hazlitt: a study of prose techniques in The spirit of the age. Thesis, Alabama, 1961.
HUM 25. Jacobson, Rodolfo. The London dialect of the late fourteenth century; a transformational analysis in historical linguistics. Thesis, Michigan, 1966. English language. Dialects.
HUM 26. Bitter, Karl Hermann. Carl Philipp Emanuel und Wilhelm Friedemann Bach und deren Bruder. Berlin, 1868. "Chronologisch geordnetes Verzeichniss sammtlicher Composition Beilagen:": v.2, p. 325-344.
HUM 27. Werth, Ronald Nicholas. A structural syntax of the Gothic Gospels of Luke and Mark. Thesis, Cornell, 1965. Bible.
HUM 28. Hill, Ordelle Gerhard. Patience: style, background, meaning and relationship to Cleanness. Thesis, Illinois, 1965. Middle English Poems.
HUM 29. Zavadil, Joseph Benedict. A study of meaning in Patience and Cleanness. Thesis. Stanford, 1962. Middle English Poems.
HUM 30. Ragatz, Oswald Gleason. A study of the 18 Leipzig chorale preludes of Johann Sebastian Bach. Thesis. USC, 1955.
HUM 31. Williams, Richard J. The principles of Hazlitt's critical thinking. Thesis. Chicago, 1964.
HUM 32. Butte, Edna Rosemary. Stewart Edward White: his life and career. Thesis. USC, 1960.
HUM 33. Lambert, Neal Elwood. The western writings of Owen Wister: the conflict of east and west. Thesis, Utah, 1966.
HUM 34. Diskin, Marvin Newton. A descriptive and historical analysis of the live television anthology program, The United States Steel Hour, 1953-1963. Thesis, Michigan, 1963. Television plays.
HUM 35. Hawes, William Kenneth. A history of anthology television drama through 1958. Thesis, Michigan, 1960. Television plays.
HUM 36. Wheeler, Otis B. Maurice Thompson: a biographical and critical study . Thesis, Minnesota, 1951.
HUM 37. Sturcken, Francis W. An historical analysis of live network television drama from 1938 to 1958. Thesis, Minnesota, 1960. Television plays.
HUM 38. Steinberg, Abraham H. Jewish characters in the American novel to 1900. Thesis, New York U, 1956. American fiction. History and criticism.
HUM 39. Herndon, Jerry Allen. Social comment in the writings of Joel Chandler Harris. Thesis, Duke, 1966. Race question.
HUM 40. King, James Kimball. George Washington Cable and Thomas Nelson Page: two literary approaches to the New South. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1964.
HUM 41. Thomson, William Ennis. A clarification of the tonality concept. Thesis, Indiana, 1952. 2 copies.
HUM 42. Douglas, Kathryn Floyd. William Hazlitt: romantic theorist of the imagination. Thesis: Illinois, 1963.
HUM 43. Linck, Alice E. The psychological basis of Hazlitt's criticism. Thesis, Kansas, 1961.
HUM 44. Majdiak, Daniel Thomas. The prose style of William Hazlitt. Thesis, Western Reserve, 1965.
HUM 45. Plasberg, Elaine. William Hazlitt: the structure and application of his critical standards. Thesis, Boston, 1961.
HUM 46. Fennimore, Keith John. A case study of Booth Tarkington as novelist. Thesis, Michigan State, 1956.
HUM 47. Foster, Mary Le Cron. The Tarascan language. Thesis, Berkeley, 1965. Indians of Mexico. Languages.
HUM 48. McCreedy, Sister Mary Lucille. The selection of school librarianship as a career. Thesis, Columbia, 1963. School librarians.
HUM 49. Vance, Kenneth E. The professional status of school librarians in Michigan public secondary schools enrolling 500 or more students. Thesis, Michigan, 1962. School libraries.
HUM 50. Hyde, Frederic Griswold. American literature and the Spanish-American war: a study of the work of Crane, Norris, Fox, and R.H. Davis. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1963. U.S. History. War of 1898.
HUM 51. Charlton, Charles R. The syntax of the old English charters. Thesis, Michigan, 1958. English language. Syntax.
HUM 52. Demarest, David Porter. Legal language and situation in the 18th century novel: readings in Defoe, Richardson, Fielding, and Austen. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1963. English fiction. 18th Century. History and criticism.
HUM 53. Kane, Patricia Lanegran. Legal fictions: the lawyer in the American novel. Thesis, Minnesota, 1961. American fiction. History and criticism.
HUM 54. La Rue, Jene Allen. Sophocles' Deianeira: a study in dramatic ambiguity. Thesis, Berkeley, 1965. Trachiniae.
HUM 55. Vilhauer, William Warren. A history and evaluation of the Provincetown Players. Thesis, Iowa, 1965.
HUM 56. Mowlana, Hamid. Journalism in Iran: a history and interpretation. Thesis, Northwestern, 1963.
HUM 57. Sarlos, Robert Karoly. The Provincetown Players: experiments in style (volumes I and II). Thesis, Yale, 1966.
HUM 58. Castle, Conan Jennings. The grand motets of Andre Campra. 2v. Thesis, Michigan, 1962.
HUM 59. Morton, Ermel Joseph. A descriptive grammar of Tongan (Polynesian). Thesis, Indiana, 1962.
HUM 60. Parker, Robert Wesley. Narrative structure and thematic developments in Sidney's original Arcadia. Thesis, Columbia, 1965.
HUM 61. Beckett, Robert Dudley. The narrative structure of the old Arcadia and the new Arcadia of Sir Philip Sidney. Thesis, Colorado, 1967.
HUM 62. Lass, Roger George. Gawain's apprenticeship: myth and the spiritual process in Gawain and the Green Knight. Thesis, Yale, 1965.
HUM 63. Wells, Sharon B. The feminization of the American library profession, 1876 to 1923. Thesis, Chicago, 1967.
HUM 64. Youngberg, Karin Louise. A comparative study of stylistic patterns in Old English heroic poetry and in the Old Norse Poetic Edda. Thesis, Iowa, 1967. Anglo-Saxon poetry. History and criticism.
HUM 65. Sherwin, Richard Elliot. The use of character in Dickens: a study of Dickens' later novels. Thesis, Yale, 1963.
HUM 66. Sexton, Ada Jeanette. Music in general education. Thesis, Michigan State, 1963. Instruction and study.
HUM 67. Johnson, Gordon Allen. A correlated music and visual arts course of study for the senior high school. Thesis, Michigan State, 1963. School music. Instruction and study.
HUM 68.The Library Association. Youth Libraries Section. Children's books of this century: a first list of books covering the years 1899 to 1956 chosen for the Library of Children's Literature now being formed at Chaucer House. Author. 1958.
HUM 69. Moore, Ann Carroll. The three owls, second book: contemporary criticism of children's books. New York: Coward, 1928.
HUM 70. Institute on Library Work With Children, University of California, 1939. Proceedings; under the direction of Frances Clarke Sayers. Berkeley, school of Librarianship. Berkeley, 1939. Libraries, children's.
HUM 71. Hunt, Clara Whitehill. Library work with children. [Manual of Library Economy No. XXIX]. Chicago: American Library Association, 1924.
HUM 72. The Trinity Review. [Vol. 8, No. 3, May 1954]. A celebration for Wallace Stevens. Hartford, CT, 1954.
HUM 73. Edwards, Herbert Weaver. A study of values in selected published prose of Ellen Glasgow. Thesis: New York, 1960.
HUM 74. Dillard, Richard Henry Wilde. Pragmatic realism: a biography of Ellen Glasgow's novels. Thesis: Virginia, 1960.
HUM 75. Patterson, Daniel Watkins. Ellen Glasgow's use of Virginia history. Thesis: UNC, 1959.
HUM 76. Hall, Paul Fredrick. An analysis of music programs to determine the extent to which they are a part of general education. Thesis, Nebraska, 1964. School music. Instruction and study.
HUM 77. Bratton, Edward William. The substance of greatness: Hazlitt's Wordsworthian criticism in its personal, political, and philosophical context. Thesis: Illinois, 1966.
HUM 78. Coulter, Sara Rivard. William Hazlitt as an essayist. Thesis: Colorado, 1966.
HUM 79. Laughlin, Richard Edwin. The influence of eighteenth century associationism on the criticism of William Hazlitt. Thesis: Tulane, 1966.
HUM 80. Perry, David Scott. Hazlitt, Lamb and the drama. Thesis: Princeton, 1966.
HUM 81. Foster, John Burt. China and the Chinese in American literature, 1850-1950. Thesis: Illinois, 1952. 19th Century. History and criticism.
HUM 82. Grayburn, William Frazer. The major fiction of Rebecca Harding Davis. Thesis: Penn State, 1965.
HUM 83. Clarke, John James. Henry Harland: a critical biography. Thesis, Brown, 1957.
HUM 84. Claydon, Ellen Easton. Juan Ruiz de Alarcon: Baroque dramatist. Thesis, Colorado, 1965.
HUM 85. Kausch, Donald Edward. "Poor troop of actors to vacant benches": perspective in the novels of George Meredith. Thesis, Wayne State, 1964.
HUM 86. Stewart, Gwendolyn O. George Meredith's One of our conquerers. Thesis, Columbia, 1966.
HUM 87. Nebel, Joyce Olson Behm. Simplicity out of complexity in works of Meredith. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1967.
HUM 88. Jacobson, Harvey. The credibility of three mass media as information sources. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1967. Mass media. Psychological aspects.
HUM 89. Foley, Joseph M. A functional analysis of television viewing. Thesis, SU Iowa, 1966. Television audiences.
HUM 90. Witt, Daniel Mack. A comparative analysis of audience response to realistic and anti-realistic drama when perceived through acting, readers theatre and silent reading. Thesis, Denver, 1964. Theater audiences.
HUM 91. Porter, Agnes Louise. The construction and testing of a forced choice scale for measuring achievement in oral interpretation. Thesis, Ohio State, 1964.
HUM 92. Rieder, Dolly Schlain. The image of love in the poetry of Apollinaire, Breton, and Eluard. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1967. French poetry.
HUM 93. MacDonald, Neil William. Television drama preference choice. Thesis, Minnesota, 1966. Television plays.
HUM 94. Smith, Robert Barton. A study of the effect of large-group vocal training on the singing ability of nursery children. Thesis, Illinois, 1961. Singing. Instruction and study.
HUM 95. Newman, Francis Xavier. Somnium: Medieval theories of dreaming and the form of vision poetry. Thesis, Princeton, 1963. Dreams in literature.
HUM 96. Campbell, Karolyn Kohrs. The rhetorical implications of the philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre. Thesis, Minnesota, 1968.
HUM 97. Wright, James Zebulon. Thomas Dixon: the mind of a Southern apologist. Thesis, Peabody, 1966.
HUM 98. Joseloff, Samuel Hart. John Gay and the eighteenth century pastoral tradition. Thesis, Princeton, 1968.
HUM 99. Green, Frederick Charles. La peinture des moeurs de la bonne societe dans la romane francais de 1745 a 1761. Paris, Presses universitaires de France, 1924. French fiction. 18th century. History and criticism.
HUM 100. Hoagland, Bruce Dudley. A study of selected motets of Stephano Felis: in two volumes. Thesis, Missouri-Kansas City, 1967.
HUM 101. Flower, John Arnold. Giovanni Gabrieli's Sacrae Symphoniae (1597). Vols. I and II. Thesis, Michigan, 1955.
HUM 102. Jarvis, S. L., Sister Mary Eloise. The Latin motets of Hans Leo Hassler. Vols. I - III. Thesis, Rochester, 1960.
HUM 103. Klein, Ursula Petra C. Christoph Thomas Walliser (1568-1648): ein Beitrag zur Musik geschichte Strassburgs. Thesis, Texas, 1964.
HUM 104. Junkermann, Hilde Heubner. The magnificats of Johann Stadlmayr. Vol. I: text. Vol. II: trascription. Thesis, Ohio State, 1966.
HUM 105. Barlow, Carl Leland. The four-part through seven-part sacrae symphoniae collected and published in 1600 by Caspar Hassler (including appendix: transcriptions). Thesis, USC, 1966. Part-songs, sacred. to 1800.
HUM 106. MacDonald, John Alexander. The sacred vocal music of Giovanni Legrenzi. Thesis: Michigan, 1964.
HUM 107. Schnoebelen, Sister Mary Nicole. The concerted mass at San Petronio in Bologna ca. 1660-1730; a documentary and analytical study. Thesis, Illinois, 1966.
HUM 108. Whalum, Wendell Phillips. Selected choral works by Matthias Weckmann...and a motet by Jacob Weckmann.... Thesis, Iowa. 1965.
HUM 109. Bastian, James George. The sacred music of Claudio Merulo. Thesis, Michigan, 1967.
HUM 110. Cavanaugh, Robert William. The anthems in Musica Deo Sacra by Thomas Tomkins. Thesis, Michigan, 1953.
HUM 111. Crawford, David Eugene. Vespers polyphony at Modena's cathedral in the first half of the sixteenth century. Thesis, Illinois, 1967. Church music. Italy.
HUM 112. Haldeman, William Keith. The vocal compositions of Christian Erbach (1576-1635). Thesis, Rochester, 1962.
HUM 113. Livingstone, Ernest Felix. The theory and practice of Protestant school music in Germany as seen through the collection of Abraham Ursinus (ca. 1600). Thesis, Rochester, 1962.
HUM 114. Lockwood, Lewis Henry. The counter-reformation and the sacred music of Vincenzo Ruffo. Thesis, Princeton, 1960. 2 reels.
HUM 115. Pearson, Frank Cogswell. The madrigals of Peter Philips. Thesis, Michigan, 1961.
HUM 116. Politoske, Daniel Theodore. Balduin Hoyoul, a Netherlander at a German court chapel. Thesis, Michigan, 1967.
HUM 117. Schuler, Richard Joseph. The life and liturgical works of Giovanni Maria Nanino. Thesis, Minnesota, 1963.
HUM 118. Uber, David Albert. The brass choir in antiphonal music. Thesis, Columbia, 1965. Band music. History and criticism.
HUM 119. Wing, Henry Joseph. The polychoral motets of Leone Leoni. Thesis, Boston, 1966.
HUM 120. Brundrett, Grant Allan. Rameau's orchestration. Thesis, Northwestern, 1962.
HUM 121. Dunn, James Platte. The Grands motets of Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1634-1704). Thesis, SU Iowa, 1962.
HUM 122. Knox, Charles Courtenaye. The orchestral violin tone. Thesis, Indiana, 1962.
HUM 123. Mackey, Sister Mary Lourdes. The evolution of the leading tone in Western European music to circa 1600 A.D. Thesis, Catholic University, 1962.
HUM 124. Shannon, John R. The Mylau Tabulaturbuch, a study in the preludial and fugal forms in the hands of Bach's Middle-German precursors. Thesis, UNC, 1961. Music. History and criticism.
HUM 125. Stoltie, James Merle. A symphonie concertante type: the concerto for mixed woodwind ensemble in the classic period; illustrated with a score of Francois Devienne's IIe simphonie concertante pour hautbois ou clarinette et basson principal (Vols. I and II). Thesis, SU Iowa, 1962. Concertos (bassoon and oboe). To 1800.
HUM 126. MacClintock, Carol Cook. The five-part madrigals of Giaches de Wert. Thesis, Indiana, 1955.
HUM 127. Spiro, Arthur Gerald. The five-part madrigals of Luzzasco Luzzaschi. Thesis, Boston, 1961.
HUM 128. Anderson, John H. The cadence in the madrigals of Gesualdo. Thesis, Catholic U, 1964.
HUM 129. Carrow, Burton Stinson. The relationship between the Mannheim school and the music of Franz Beck, Henri Blanchard and Pierre Gaveaux. Thesis, New York, 1956. Music. Instruction and study.
HUM 130. Porter, Harold Brook. An integrated course in music literature, theory, and ensemble performance for talented high school students. Thesis, Arizona, 1964.
HUM 131. Kelton, Raymond Harrison. The instrumental music of Ascanio Mayone. Thesis, North Texas, 1961.
HUM 132. Gable, Frederick Kent. The polychoral motets of Hieronymus Praetorius. Thesis, Iowa, 1966.
HUM 133. Brown, Samuel Emmons. The motets of Ciconia, Dunstable, and Dufay. Thesis, Indiana, 1962.
HUM 134. Kinney, Gordon James. The musical literature for unaccompanied violoncello. Thesis, FSU, 1962. Violoncello music. Analysis, appreciation.
HUM 135. Broekema, Andrew Junior. A stylistic analysis of the solo vocal works of Arnold Schoenberg, Alan Berg, and Anton Webern. Thesis, Texas, 1962.
HUM 136. Daniels, Arthur Michael. The De musica libri VII of Francisco de Salinas. Thesis, USC, 1962.
HUM 137. Turrentine, Herbert Charles. Johann Schobert and French clavier music from 1700 to the revolution. Thesis, Iowa, 1962.
HUM 138. Boda, Daniel. The music of Charles T. Griffes. Thesis, FSU, 1962.
HUM 139. Gangware, Edgar Brand. The history and use of percussion instruments in orchestration. Thesis, Northwestern, 1962.
HUM 140. Swanzy, David Paul. The wind ensemble and its music during the French revolution (1789-1795). Thesis, Michigan State, 1966.
HUM 141. Mattfield, Jacquelyn Anderson. Cantus firmus in the liturgical motets of Josquin Des Prez. Thesis, Yale, 1959.
HUM 142. Farndell, Gordon Harold. The development of organ magnificat settings as found in representative German composers between 1450 and 1750. Thesis, Michigan, 1966.
HUM 143. Howe, Marvin Clarence. A critical survey of literature, materials, opinions, and practices relating to teaching the French horn. Thesis, Iowa, 1966.
HUM 144. Komar, Arthur Joseph. Theory of suspensions. Thesis, Princeton, 1968. Music. Theory.
HUM 145. Pierce, Anne Alexandra. The analysis of rhythm in tonal music. Thesis, Brandeis, 1968. Musical meter and rhythm.
HUM 146. Keahey, Thomas Herman. The masses of Johannes Prioris; a critical edition. Thesis, UT Austin, 1968.
HUM 147. Brawley, John Gray. The magnificats, hymns, motets, and secular compositions of Johannes Martini. Thesis, Yale, 1968.
HUM 148. Crawford, John Charlton. The relationship of text and music in the vocal works of Schoenberg, 1908-1924. Thesis, Harvard, 1963.
HUM 149. Kob, Walter. The smaller homophonic forms of instrumental music, 1740-1815, in relation to theories of musical form. Thesis, Rochester, 1965. History and criticism.
HUM 150. Clinkscale, Edward Henry. The complete works of Antoine de Fevin. Thesis, New York, 1965.
HUM 151. Brown, Robert Barclay. The early atonal music of Anton Webern: sound material and structure. Thesis, Brandeis, 1965.
HUM 152. Delente, Gail Buchanan. Selected piano music in France since 1945. Thesis, Washington U, 1966. History and criticism.
HUM 153. Clauser, Charles Theodore. Francois-Joseph Gossec: an edition and stylistic study of three orchestral works and three quartets. Thesis, Iowa, 1966.
HUM 154. Pauly, Reinhard G. Michael Haydn's Latin Proprium Missae compositions. Thesis, Yale, 1956.
HUM 155. Rhea, Claude H. The sacred oratorios of Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767). Thesis, FSU, 1958.
HUM 156. Giebler, Albert Cornelius. The masses of Johann Caspar Kerll. Thesis, Michigan, 1956.
HUM 157. Key, Donald Rochester. Two manuscripts of instrumental ensemble music from the Elizabethan period. Thesis, Boston, 1960.
HUM 158. Wattenbarger, James Albert.The Turmmusik of Johann Pezel. Thesis, Northwestern, 1957.
HUM 159. Vom Lehn, Edgar. The sacred cantatas of Philipp Heinrich Erlebach (1657-1714). Thesis, UNC, 1958.
HUM 160. Abbott, William W. Certain aspects of the sonata-allegro form in piano sonatas of the 18th and 19th centuries. Thesis, Indiana, 1956. Music. History and criticism.
HUM 161. Bicknell, Joan Colleen Patton. The interdependence of word and tone in the dramatic music of Henry Purcell. Thesis, Stanford, 1961.
HUM 162. Bostian, Richard Lee. The works of Rinaldo de Capua. Thesis, UNC, 1961.
HUM 163. Holgate, George Jackson. Mabelle Glenn: her life and contributions to music education. Thesis, USC, 1962.
HUM 164. Childs, Carrol Arthur. A comparison of two distributed instructional periods in the teaching of beginning instrumental music students. Thesis, Colorado State, 1963. Music. Instruction and study.
HUM 165. Lyder, Peguy S. Latin sacred music of Peter Philips. Thesis, New York, 1955.
HUM 166. Evenson, Pattee Edward. The history of brass instruments, their usage, music, and performance practices in ensembles during the Baroque era. Thesis, USC, 1960. Wind instruments.
HUM 167. Borroff, Edith. The instrumental works of Jean-Joseph Cassanea de Mondonville. Thesis, Michigan, 1959.
HUM 168. Poladian, Sirvart. Handel as an opera composer. Thesis, Cornell, 1946.
HUM 169. Cowles, Clifton Volney. Aesthetic judgment of high school music students. Thesis, USC, 1963. Musical abilitiy.
HUM 170. Albright, Joe Ned. The administration of summer music programs in school systems in the United States. Thesis, Columbia, 1963. Music. Instruction and study.
HUM 171. Eisenkramer, Herny Edward. Peter William Dykema: his life and contribution to music education. Thesis, Columbia, 1963.
HUM 172. Boxberger, Ruth. A historical study of the National Association for Music Therapy. Thesis, Kansas, 1963. Music, pyschology.
HUM 173. Ashford, Theodore Harold Askounes. An investigation of programmed instruction in the fundamentals of music theory. Thesis, Northwestern, 1965.
HUM 174. Henry, Robert Alphonso. A comparative study of English choir rehearsal theories and practices. Thesis, Indiana, 1965.
HUM 175. Heidsiek, Ralph George. Music of the Luiseno Indians of Southern California: a study of music in Indian culture with relation to a program in music education. Thesis, UCLA, 1966. Indians of North America.
HUM 176. Getz, Russell Paul. The influence of familiarity through repetition in determining optimum response of seventh grade children to certain types of serious music. Thesis, Penn State, 1963. Music. Psychology.
HUM 177. Aurand, Wayne Orion. An experimental study of a college music methods class laboratory school participation experience. Thesis, Illinois, 1964. School music. Instruction and study.
HUM 178. Coy, Richard Vining. An experimental investigation of factors in children's selection of and adaptation to four orchestral instruments. Thesis, UCLA, 1966. Musical ability.
HUM 179. Mitchell, Francis Humphries. The piano concertos of Johann Nepomuk Hummel. Thesis, Northwestern, 1957.
HUM 180. Haynes, Maurice Brooks. The keyboard works of Bernardo Pasquini (1637-1710). Thesis, Indiana, 1960.
HUM 181. Allaire, Gaston Georges. The masses of Claudin de Sermisy. Thesis, Boston, 1960.
HUM 182. White, E. Chappell. Giovanni Baptista Viotti and his violin concertos. Thesis, Princeton, 1957.
HUM 183. Landau, Victor. The harmonic theories of Paul Hindemith in relation to his practice as a composer of chamber music. Thesis, New York, 1957.
HUM 184. Jorgenson, Dale Alfred. A history of theories of the minor triad. Thesis, Indiana, 1957.
HUM 185. Kabis, Sister Mary Elise. The works of Jean Richafort, Renaissance composer (1480?-c.1548). Thesis, New York, 1957.
HUM 186. Weichlein, William Jesset. A comparative study of five musical settings of La clemenza di Tito. Thesis, Michigan, 1956.
HUM 187. Dower, Catherine Anne. Eighteenth century Sistine Chapel codices in the Clementine Library of the Catholic University of America. Thesis, Catholic U, 1968. Catholic Church. Liturgy and ritual. Music. Manuscripts.
HUM 188. Warren, Edward Brady. The masses of Robert Fayrfax. Thesis, Michigan, 1952.
HUM 189. Collins, Walter Stowe. The anthems of Thomas Weelkes. Thesis, Michigan, 1960.
HUM 190. Klitz, Brian Kent. Solo sonatas, trio sonatas, and duos for bassoon before 1750. Thesis, UNC, 1961. Bassoon music. To 1800. History and criticism.
HUM 191. Fleury, Robert Myrl. Objective measurement of group instrumental music. Thesis, UCLA, 1963. Instrumental music. Performances.
HUM 192. Glidden, Robert Burr. The development of content and materials for a music literature course in the senior high school. Thesis, Iowa, 1966. School music. Instruction and study.
HUM 193. Young, Clyde William. The keyboard tablatures of Bernhard Schmid, father and son. Thesis, Illinois, 1957.
HUM 194. Rarig, Howard Raymond. The instrumental sonatas of Antonio Vivaldi. Thesis, Michigan, 1958.
HUM 195. Thompson, Clyde Henderson. Marin Marais (1656-1728). Thesis, Michigan, 1957.
HUM 196. Bryan, Paul Robey. The symphonies of Johann Vanhal. Thesis, Michigan, 1956.
HUM 197. White, Joseph Addison. The concerted symphonies of John [sic] Christian Bach. Thesis, Michigan, 1958.
HUM 198. Mayer, Francis Norbert. A history of scoring for band: the evolution of band scoring in the United States. Thesis, Minnesota, 1957. Instrumentation and orchestration. Bands (Music).
HUM 199. Weaver, Robert Lamar. Florentine comic operas of the seventeenth century. Thesis, UNC, 1953. Opera, Italian. History and criticism.
HUM 200. Wolf, Henry Samuel. The twentieth century piano sonata. Thesis, Boston, 1957.
HUM 201. Kimmel, William B. Polychoral music and the Venetian school. Thesis, Rochester, 1942. Choral music, sacred. History and criticism. To 1800.
HUM 202. Mintz, Donald Monturean. The sketches and drafts of three of Felix Mendelssohn's major works. Thesis, Cornell, 1960.
HUM 203. Keily, James William. The Faust legend in music. Thesis, Northwestern, 1960.
HUM 204. Galkin, Elliott Washington. The theory and practice of orchestral conducting since 1752. Thesis, Cornell, 1960.
HUM 205. Ganz, Peter Felix. The development of the etude for piano-forte. Thesis, Northwestern, 1960. Musical form. Piano music. History and criticism.
HUM 206. Johns, Donald Charles. Johann Nepomuk David's Choralwerk; a study in the evolution of a contemporary liturgical organ style. Thesis, Northwestern, 1960.
HUM 207. Schmidt, Warren Frederick. The organ chorales of Johann Gottfried Walther (1684-1748). Thesis, SU Iowa, 1961.
HUM 208. Perkins, Marion Louise. Changing concepts of rhythm in the romantic era; a study of rhythmic structure, theory and performance practices related to piano literature. Thesis, USC, 1961.
HUM 209. Mandelbaum, Mayer Joel. Multiple division of the octave and the tonal resources of 19-tone temperament. Thesis, Indiana, 1961.
HUM 210. Longyear, Rey Morgan. Daniel-Francois-Esprit Auber (1782-1871); a chapter in French opera comique. Thesis, Cornell, 1957.
HUM 211. Titus, Robert Austin. The solo music for the clarinet in the eighteenth century. Thesis, Iowa, 1962. Clarinet music. To 1800. History and criticism.
HUM 212. Anderson, John Drummond. Brass scoring techniques in the symphonies of Mozart, Beethoven, and Brahms. Thesis, Peabody, 1960. Instrumentation and orchestration.
HUM 213. Cohen, Albert. The evolution of the fantasia and works in related styles in the seventeenth century instrumental ensemble music of France and the Low Countries. Thesis, New York, 1959. Instrumental music. History and criticism.
HUM 214. Smither, Howard Elbert. Theories of rhythm in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with a contribution to the theory of rhythm for the study of twentieth century music. Thesis, Cornell, 1960.
HUM 215. Johnson, Mildred Jane. The motets of the Codex Ivrea. Thesis, Indiana, 1955. Part songs, sacred. To 1800.
HUM 216. Burrows, David Lamont. The cantatas of Antonio Cesti. Thesis, Brandeis, 1961.
HUM 217. Gerkowski, Raymond. A study of music offerings in thirty public school adult education programs in the United States. Thesis, Michigan, 1965. Instruction and study.
HUM 218. Adams, Robert Lee. The development of a keyboard idiom in England during the English Renaissance. Thesis, Washington U, 1960. Harpsichord music. To 1800.
HUM 219. Schuller, Kenneth Gustave. Verismo opera and the verists. With annotated vocal score of Puccini's Tosca. Thesis, Washington U, 1960.
HUM 220. Rosen, Ida. The treatment of dissonance in the motets of Josquin Desprez. Thesis, Cornell, 1961.
HUM 221. Siebert, Frederick Mark. Fifteenth century organ settings of the ordinarium missae. Thesis, Columbia, 1961.
HUM 222. Doyle, John Godfrey. The piano music of Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829-1869). Thesis, New York, 1960.
HUM 223. Brookhart, Charles Edward. The choral music of Aaron Copland, Roy Harris, and Randall Thompson. Thesis, Peabody, 1960.
HUM 224. Newman, Grant Howard. The effects of programed learning on acheivement and attitude in a music course for classroom teachers. Thesis, Illinois, 1966. Instruction and study.
HUM 225. Schuman, Daniel Zetkin. A survey and evaluation of recreational music programs in industry. Thesis, Columbia, 1964. Music in industry.
HUM 226. Ray, Harry Burton. An experimental approach to the reading of pitch notation. Thesis, Indiana, 1964. Sight-reading (Music).
HUM 227. Roderick, James Leroy. An investigation of selected factors of the creative thinking ability of music majors in a teacher training program. Thesis, Illinois, 1965. Instruction and study. Music teachers.
HUM 228. Michalski, Stanley Franklin. The development and evaluation of a visual-aural program for self-instruction in conceptual understanding of the basic elements of music. Thesis, Penn State, 1966. Instruction and study.
HUM 229. Anfinson, Roland Emmett. A cineflourographic investigation of supralaryngeal adjustments in selected clarinet playing techniques. Thesis, SU Iowa, 1965. Instruction and study.
HUM 230. Anderson, Simon Vance. American music during the War of Independence, 1775-1783. Thesis, Michigan, 1965. U.S. History. Revolution. Songs and music.
HUM 231. Hudson, Barton. A Portuguese source of seventeenth century Iberian organ music. Thesis, Indiana, 1961. Organ music. To 1800.
HUM 232. Colucci, Matthew Joseph. A comparative study of contemporary musical theories in selected writings of Piston, Krenek, and Hindemith. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1957. Music. Theory.
HUM 233. Monroe, Mary Elizabeth. A study of music reading in elementary school utilizing certain related aspects of language reading. Thesis, Columbia, 1967. Sight-reading (Music).
HUM 234. McLaughlin, Sister Mary Kevin. A survey of music activities, materials, and techniques for teachers of elementary educable mentally handicapped children. Thesis, Michigan State, 1963. Instruction and study.
HUM 235. Miller, Kurt Robert. Heroes found in song texts from folk music of the United States. Thesis, USC, 1963. Folk songs. American. History and criticism.
HUM 236. Kirkpatrick, William Coy. Relationships between the singing ability of prekindergarten children and their home musical environment. Thesis, USC, 1962. Musical ability. Testing.
HUM 237. Jurrens, James William. The music of the Sioux Indian of the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota and its use in the elementary school. Thesis, Colorado State, 1965. Indians of North America.
HUM 238. La Rosa, Joseph Domenic. A high school curriculum for the development of musicianship in individual orchestra players. Thesis, Arizona, 1965. Instruction and study.
HUM 239. Johnson, Hugh Bailey. An investigation of the tuning preference of a selected group of singers with reference to just intonation, Pythagorean tuning, and equal temperament. Thesis, Indiana, 1963. Musical temperament.
HUM 240. Peterson, Agda Viola. A study of developmental listening factors in children's ability to understand melody. Thesis, Rochester, 1965.
HUM 241. Pflederer, Marilyn Ruth. The responses of children to musical tasks embodying Piaget's principle of conservation. Thesis, Illinois, 1963. Musical ability. Testing.
HUM 242. Pearman, Martha. A theoretical framework with adaptable instructional material for general music classes at the secondary level. Thesis, Illinois, 1964. School music. Instruction and study.
HUM 243. Newman, Joel. The madrigals of Salamon de' Rossi. Thesis, Colorado U, 1962.
HUM 244. Kirby, Frank Eugene. Hermann Finck's practica musica: a comparative study in 16th century German musical theory. Thesis, Yale, 1957.
HUM 245. Cole, William Powell. The motets of Jean Baptiste Lully. Thesis, Michigan, 1967.
HUM 246. Anthony, Donald Bruce. A general concept of musical time with special reference to certain developments in the music of Anton Weber. Thesis, Stanford, 1968. Tempo (Music).
HUM 247. Cazeaux, Isabelle Anne-Marie. The secular music of Claudin de Sermisy. Thesis, Columbia, 1961.
HUM 248. Shott, Michael John. Hugo Wolf's music criticisms: translation and analysis according to Pepper's Four world hypotheses. Thesis, Indiana, 1964. Musikalische Kritiken.
HUM 249. McDonald, Donald Gordon. Some guiding principles in the art of organ study and performance. Thesis, Union Theological Seminary, 1964. Organ. Instuction and study.
HUM 250. Marshall, Perry Denison. Plainsong in English; an historical and analytical survey. Thesis, Union Theological Seminary, 1964. Music. Chants (Anglican). History and criticism.
HUM 251. Bacon, Analee Camp. The evolution of the violoncello as a solo instrument. Thesis, Syracuse, 1962.
HUM 252. Cannon, Clawson Young. The 16th- and 17th- century organ-mass; a study in musical style. Thesis, New York, 1968.
HUM 253. Lewis, Edgar Jay. The use of wind instruments in seventeenth-century instrumental music. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1964.
HUM 254. Maul, William J. The organ works of Nicolas de Grigny. Thesis, Washington U, 1965.
HUM 255. Curtis, Alan Stanley. Sweelinck's keyboard works: a study of English elements in Dutch secular music of the Gouden Eeuw. Thesis, Illinois, 1963.
HUM 256. Selden, Margery Juliet Stomne. The French operas of Luigi Cherubini. Thesis, Yale, 1951.
HUM 257. Shaw, Gertrude Jean. The violoncello sonata literature in France during the eighteenth century. Thesis, Catholic U of America, 1963.
HUM 258. Craw, Howard Allen. A biography and thematic catalog of the works of J.L. Dussek (1760-1812). Thesis, Southern California, 1964.
HUM 259. Bobbitt, Richard B. The harmonic idiom in the works of "Les Six." Thesis, Boston, 1963. Music. France. History, criticism.
HUM 260. Satterfield, John Roberts. The Latin church music of Christopher Tye. Thesis, North Carolina, 1962.
HUM 261. Lamont, Herbert Barry. John Shepherd, his life and music. Thesis, Southern California, 1963.
HUM 262. Stevens, Jane R. The keyboard concertos of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Thesis, Yale, 1965.
HUM 263. Odegard, Peter Sigurd. The variation sets of Arnold Schoenberg. Thesis, California, 1964.
HUM 264. Kamien, Roger Jacques. The open sonata-allegro movements in a randomly selected sample of solo keyboard sonatas published in the years 1742-1774 (inclusive). Thesis, Princeton, 1964.
HUM 265. Smith, Ethel Closson. An electromyographic investigation of the relationship between abdominal muscular effort and the rate of vocal vibrato. Thesis, Indiana, 1967. Singing. Instruction and study. Music. Physiological aspects.
HUM 266. Miller, Mietzl. Factors affecting government sanction of the performing arts. Thesis, Ball SU, 1966.
HUM 267. Briggs, Guy Vinton. Electrophysiological examination of labial function in college-age trumpet performers. Thesis, Oklahoma, 1968. Music. Physiological aspects.
HUM 268. Harper, Andrew Henry. Spectrographic comparison of certain vowels to ascertain the differences between solo and choral singing, reinforced by aural comparison. Thesis, Indiana, 1967. Singing. Diction.
HUM 269. Laughlin, Mary Donalda, Sister. Developing basic musicianship through the study of medieval and early Renaissance music. Thesis, Southern California, 1967. Music. Analysis, appreciation.
HUM 270. Ossenkop, David Charles. The earliest settings of German ballads for voice and clavier. Thesis, Columbia, 1968. Ballads, German. History and criticism.
HUM 271. Ruetz, Robert George. A comparative analysis of Goethe's Der Erlkonig, Der Fischer, Nuchtgesang, and Trost in Tranen in the musical settings by Reichardt, Zelter, Schubert and Loewe. Thesis, Indiana, 1964. Analysis, appreciation.
HUM 272. Houle, George Louis. The musical measure as discussed by theorists from 1650 to 1800. Thesis, Stanford, 1961. Music. Theory 17th-18th centuries.
HUM 273. Ellis, Helen Meredith. The dance of J.B. Lully(1632-1687). Thesis, Stanford, 1967.
HUM 274. Foster, Donald Herbert. Louis Nicolas Clerambault and his Cantates francaises. Thesis, Michigan, 1967.
HUM 275. Anthony, James Raymond. The opera-ballets of Andre Campra; a study of the first period French opera-ballet. Thesis, Southern California, 1964.
HUM 276. Brown, thomas Ketchersid. The French baroque organ tradition: a critical analysis of works by representative composers. Thesis, Florida SU, 1967. Organ music. To 1800. History and criticism.
HUM 277. Hudson, Richard Albert. The development of Italian keyboard variation on the passacaglio and ciaccona from guitar music in the seventeenth century. Thesis, California, 1967. Harpsichord music. To 1800. History and criticism.
HUM 278. Schwandt, Erich Paul. The ornamented clausula diminuta in the Fitzwilliam virginal book. Thesis, Stanford, 1967.
HUM 279. Onion, Charles Clary. The social status of musicians in seventeenth century France. Thesis, Minnesota, 1959. Musicians, French.
HUM 280. Stoddard, Eugene M. Frances Elliott Clark: her life and contributions to music education. Thesis, Brigham Young, 1968.
HUM 281. Whaples, Miriam Karpilow. Exoticism in dramatic music, 1600-1800. Thesis, Indiana, 1958. Opera. History and criticism.
HUM 282. Siegel, Linda Suzanne Rogols. The influence of romantic literature on romantic music in Germany during the first half of the nineteenth century. Thesis, Boston, 1964. Music. German. History and criticism.
HUM 283. Andrews, Harold Lee. Tonality and structure in the first movements of Haydn's solo keyboard sonatas. Thesis, North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1967.
HUM 284. Schroder, Charles Frederick. Final periods of Mozart, Beethoven, and Bartok. Thesis, SU Iowa, 1965.
HUM 285. Stellhorn, Martin Henry. The mid-twentieth century chorale prelude. Thesis, Washington, 1964. Organ music. History and criticism.
HUM 286. Zwicky, Gary Lee. The imitative organ fantasia in the 17th century. Thesis, Illinois, 1965. Organ music. History and criticism.
HUM 287. Tappa, Richard Joseph. An analytical study of the use of imitative device in the keyboard ricercares from 1520-1720. Thesis, Indiana, 1965. Fugue.
HUM 288. Powell, Newman Wilson. Early keyboard fingering and its effect on articulation. Thesis, stanford, 1953. Harpsichord. Instruction and study.
HUM 289. Baggett, Bruce Arlington. Analytical guide to the understanding and performance of selected song cycles of Franz Schubert.
HUM 290. Stetzel, Ronald Delbert. John Christopher Moller (1755-1803) and his role in early American music. Thesis, SU Iowa, 1965.
HUM 291. Colton, Donald Dale. The conducti of MS. Madrid 20486 [with] Transcriptions. Thesis, Indiana, 1964. Music. Theory. Medieval.
HUM 292. Kremer, Rudolph Joseph. The organ sonata since 1845. Thesis, Washington, 1963.
HUM 294. Hayes, Deborah. Rameau's theory of harmonic generation: an annotated translation and commentary of Generation Harmonique, Jean-Philippe Rameau. Thesis, Stanford, 1968.
HUM 295. Reubart, Glen Dale. The early development of virtuoso piano style. Thesis, Southern California, 1965. Piano music. History and criticism.
HUM 296. Stein, Leonard David. The performance of twelve-tone and serial music for the piano. Thesis, Southern California, 1965. Piano music. Analysis, appreciation.
HUM 297. Wilson, Eugene Norman. Form and texture in the chamber music of Debussy and Ravel. Thesis, Washington, 1968.
HUM 298. Tromble, William Warner. The American intellectual and music: an analysis of the writings of Susanne K. Langer, Paul Henry Lang, Jacques Barzun, John Dewey, and Leonard Bernstein, with implications for music education at the college level. Thesis, Michigan, 1968. Music. Philosophy and aesthetics.
HUM 299. Parris, Arthur. The sacred works of Gilles Binchois. Thesis, Bryn Mawr, 1964.
HUM 300. Hertel, Sister M. Romana. The keyboard concertos of Johann Wilhelm Hertel (1727-1789). Thesis, Catholic UA, 1964.
HUM 301. Brown, Thomas Alan. The aesthetics of Robert Schumann in relation to his piano music, 1830-1840. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1965.
HUM 302. Nuernberger, Louis Dean. The five-voice madrigals of Cipriano de Rore. Thesis, Michigan, 1963.
HUM 303. Stalnaker, William Park. The beginnings of opera in Naples. Thesis, Princeton, 1968.
HUM 304. Ashley, Patricia Ruth. Prokofiev's piano music: line, chord, key. Thesis, Rochester, 1963.
HUM 305. Garlington, Aubrey Sam. The concept of the marvelous in French and German opera 1770-1840; a chapter in the history of opera aesthetics. Thesis, Illinois, 1965. History and criticism.
HUM 306. Liddell, Charlotte Farrow. Music as religion: an inquiry into Wagner's concept of the function of art. Thesis, Michigan, 1964.
HUM 307. Good, William Myrick.The piano works of Franz Liszt and their influence on some aspects of modern piano compositions. Thesis, Indiana, 1969.
HUM 308. Freidheim, Philip Alan. Tonality and structure in the early works of Schoenberg. Thesis, New York, 1963.
HUM 309. Maniates, Maria Rika. Combinative techniques in Franco-Flemish polyphony: a study of mannerism in music from 1450-1530. Thesis, Columbia, 1965. Music, Flemish. History and criticism.
HUM 310. Huff, Jay A. Linear structures and their relation to style in selected compositions by Igor Stravinskii. Thesis, Northwestern, 1965.
HUM 311. Jobe, Robert De Roy. The operas of Andre-Ernest-Modeste Gretry. Thesis, Michigan, 1965.
HUM 312. Barstow, Robert Squire.The theatre music of Daniel Purcell. Thesis, Ohio State, 1968.
HUM 313. Bogart, Daniel Thomas. A history of the clarinet as an orchestral instrument from inception to full acceptance into the woodwind choir. Thesis, Michigan State, 1968.
HUM 314. Pogue, Samuel Franklin. Jaques Moderne: Lyons music printer of the sixteenth century. Thesis, Princeton, 1968.
HUM 315. Sutherland, David Angus. Francesco de Layolle (1492-1540): life and secular works. Thesis, Michigan, 1968.
HUM 316. Orenstein, Arbie. The vocal works of Maurice Ravel. Thesis, Columbia, 1968.
HUM 317. Jackson, Philip Taylor. The masses of Jachet of Mantua. Thesis, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1968.
HUM 318. Epstein, David Mayer. Schonberg's Grundgestalt and total serialism; their relevancy to homophonic analysis. Thesis, Princeton, 1968. Music. Analysis, appreciation.
HUM 319. Marshall, Robert Lewis. The compositional process of J.S. Bach; a study of the autograph scores of the vocal works. Thesis, Princeton, 1968.
HUM 320. Newton, Paul George. Florence, Biblioteca del Conservatorio di Musica Luigi Cherubini, manuscript Basevi 2439. Thesis, NTSU, 1968. Vocal music. To 1700.
HUM 321. Horton, Charles Allison. Serious art and concert music for piano in America in the 100 years from Alexander Reinagle to Edward MacDowell. Thesis, UNC, 1966. Music. U.S. History and criticism.
HUM 322. Suderberg, Robert Charles. Tonal cohesion in Schoenberg's twelve-tone music, 1966. Thesis, Pennsyvania, 1966.
HUM 323. Cowling, Elizabeth. The Italian sonata literature for the violoncello in the baroque era. Thesis, Northwestern, 1967.
HUM 324. Harris, Charles David. Keyboard music in Vienna during the reign of Leopold I, 1658-1705. Thesis, Michigan, 1967. Harpsichord music. To 1800. History and criticism.
HUM 325. McKinnon, James William. The Church Fathers and musical instruments. Thesis, Columbia, 1965. Music in churches.
HUM 326. Hansell, Sven Hostrup. The solo cantatas, motets and antiphons of Johann Adolph Hasse. Thesis, Illinois, 1966.
HUM 327. Rudd, Robert Michael. Stylistic trends in contemporary organ music. Thesis, LSU, 1967. Organ music. History and criticism.
HUM 328. Kucaba, John. The symphonies of Georg Christoph Wagenseil. Thesis, Boston, 1967.
HUM 329. Park, Raymond Roy. The later style of Claude Debussy. Thesis, Michigan, 1967.
HUM 330. Soluri, James Joseph. The concerti ecclesiastici of Lodovico Grossi da Viadana. Thesis, Michigan, 1967.
HUM 331. Streetman, Richard David. Christoph Bernhard. Thesis, NTSU, 1967.
HUM 332. Perris, Arnold Benedict. Music in France during the reign of Louis-Philippe: art as "a substitute for the heroic experience." Thesis, Northwestern, 1967. History and criticism.
HUM 333. Franklin, Don Oscar. The anthems of William Turner (1652-1740): an historical and stylistic study. Thesis, Stanford, 1967.
HUM 334. Turicchi, Thomas Edwin. A study of the acoustical properties of a Renaissance, baroque and contemporary fipple flute (recorder). Thesis, Catholic UA, 1966. Recorder (Musical instrument).
HUM 335. Cole, William Powell. The motets of Jean Baptiste Lully. Thesis, Michigan, 1967.
HUM 336. Weinberg, Henry. A method of transferring the pitch organization of a twelve-tone set through all layers of a composition. A method of transferring rhythmic content through operations analogous to those of the pitch domain. Thesis, Princeton, 1966. Musical pitch. Twelve-tone system.
HUM 337. Machnek, Elsie Jane. The pedagogy of Franz Liszt. Thesis, Northwestern, 1965.
HUM 338. Henrotte, Gayle Allen. The ensemble divertimento in preclassic Vienna. Thesis, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1967. Music. History and criticism. 18th century.
HUM 339. Kessler, Michael. A trinity of essays: Toward a theory that is the twelve-note class system; Toward development of a constructive tonality theory based on writings by Heinrich Schenker; Toward a simple program language for musical information retrieval. Thesis, Princeton, 1967. Twelve-tone system. Electronic data processing.
HUM 340. Mattfeld, Victor Henry. Georg Rhaw's publications for vespers: a study of liturgical practices of the early Reformation. Thesis, Yale, 1960.
HUM 341. Johnson, Alvin Harold. The liturgical music of Cipriano de Rore. Thesis, Yale, 1954.
HUM 342. Clarke, Mary Gray. The violin sonatas of F.M. Veracini: some aspects of Italian late baroque instrumental style exemplified. Thesis, North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1967.
HUM 343. Bernstein, Melvin. The sacred vocal music of Giaches de Wert. Thesis, North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1965.
HUM 344. Clifton, Thomas James. Types of ambiguity in Schonberg's tonal compositions. Thesis, Stanford, 1966.
HUM 345. Roberts, Kenneth Creighton. The music of Ludwig Senfl: a critical appraisal. Thesis, Michigan, 1965.
HUM 346. Bergquist, Ed Peter. The theoretical writings of Pietro Aaron. Thesis, Columbia, 1964.
HUM 347. De Stwolinski, Gail Boyd. The Mannheim symphonists: their contributions to the technique of thematic development. Thesis, Rochester, 1966. Music. Germany.
HUM 348. Smith, Norman Eugene. The clausulae of the Notre Dame school: a repertorial study. Thesis, Yale, 1965. Cadence (Music).
HUM 349. Becker, Otto Frederick. The maitrise in Northern France and Burgundy during the fifteenth century. Thesis, Peabody, 1967.
HUM 350. Norton, Robert Ellsworth. Using programmed instruction with and without self-instructional practice to teach psychomotor skills. Thesis, Cornell, 1967. Motor ability.
HUM 351. Williams, Hermine Weigel. Francesco Bartolomeo Conti: his life and works. Thesis, Columbia, 1964.
HUM 352. Grace, Richard Milton. Carl Friedrich Zelter's musical settings of Johann Wolfgang Goethe's poems. Thesis, Iowa, 1967.
HUM 353. McDermott, Joseph Vincent. The articulation of musical space in the twentieth century. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1966. Music. Philosophy and aesthetics.
HUM 354. Sanders, Ernest Helmut. Medieval English polyphony and its significance for the continent. Thesis, Columbia, 1963. Music. England. History and criticism.
HUM 355. Henry, Oscar Mervine. The doctrine of affections in selected solo cantatas of Alessandro Scarlatti. Thesis, Ohio State, 1963.
HUM 356. Reed, Carl Hadley. Motivic unity in selected keyboard sonatas and string quartets of Joseph Haydn. Thesis, Washington, 1966.
HUM 357. Wade, Ralph Estrom. Susanne K. Langer's musical aesthetics with implications for music education. Thesis, Indiana, 1965. Music. Philosophy and aesthetics. Instruction and study.
HUM 358. Sargent, George Quimby. An edition of Elizabeth Rogers' virginal book (British Museum Add. MS.10337). Thesis, Indiana, 1965. Harpsichord music. To 1800.
HUM 359. Greenberg, Stanley Samuel. A method for correction of the aural inversion of intervals by the student of theory. Thesis, Rochester, 1964. Music. Theory.
HUM 360. Tanner, Peter Hyde. Timpani and percussion writing in the works of Hector Berlioz. Thesis, Catholic UA, 1967.
HUM 361. Newman, Philip Edward. The songs of Charles Ives (1874- 1954). Thesis, Iowa, 1967.
HUM 362. Shaar, Harold Erik. Die Feen, Richard Wagner's first opera. Thesis, Catholic UA, 1964.
HUM 363. Merriman, Lyle Clinton. Solos for unaccompanied woodwind instruments: a checklist of published works and study of representative examples. Thesis, Iowa SU, 1963.
HUM 364. Guerry, Jack Edwin. Bartok's concertos for solo piano: a stylistic and formal analysis. Thesis, Michigan SU, 1964.
HUM 365. Jacobs, Richard Morris. The chamber ensembles of C.P.E. Bach using two or more wind instruments. Thesis, Iowa SU, 1964.
HUM 366. Marshall, H Lowen. The four-voice motets of Thomas Crecquillon. Thesis, Rochester, 1968.
HUM 368. Tartak, Marvin H. The Italian comic operas of Rossini. Thesis, UC Berkeley, 1968.
HUM 369. Zinar, Ruth E. Greek tragedy in the theatre pieces of Stravinsky and Milhaud, 1968.
HUM 370. Jackson, Roland John. The keyboard music of Giovanni Maria Trabaci. Thesis, UC Berkeley, 1964.
HUM 371. Boucher, Joan Anne. The religious music of Gilles Binchois. Thesis, Boston, 1963.
HUM 372. Kottick, Edward Leon. The music of the Chansonnier cordiforme. Paris, Bibliotheque nationale, Rothschild 2973. Thesis, North Carolina, 1963. Vocal music. To 1700. Songs. History and criticism.
HUM 373. Gushee, Marion Sibley. Romanesque polyphony: a study of the fragmentary sources. Thesis, Yale, 1965. Music. History and criticism. Medieval.
HUM 374. Kidd, Ronald Ray. The sonata for keyboard with violin accompaniment in England (1750-1790). Thesis, Yale, 1968.
HUM 375. Douglass, Robert Satterfield. The keyboard ricercare in the baroque era. Thesis, NTSU, 1963. Music. History and criticism.
HUM 376. Polk, Keith. Flemish wind bands in the late Middle Ages: a Study of improvisatory instrumental practices. Thesis, UC Berkeley, 1968. Bands (Music). Flanders.
HUM 377. Curry, Pat Bryan. The Francois Tourte violin bow: its development and its effect on selected solo violin literature of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Thesis, Brigham Young, 1968. Stringed instruments, bowed.
HUM 378. Tighe, Sister Alice Eugene. Muzio Clementi and his sonatas surviving as solo piano works. Thesis, Michigan, 1964.
HUM 379. Krebs, Stanley Dale. Soviet composers and the development of Soviet music. Thesis, Washington, 1963. Music. Russia.
HUM 380. Sandford, Gordon Thomas. The overtures of Hector Berlioz: a study in musical style. Thesis, Southern California, 1964.
HUM 381. Morgan, Glen Edward. Stylistic features of the music of Guillaume de Machaut. Thesis, Indiana, 1963.
HUM 382. Stringham, Ronald Scott. The masses of Franz Schubert. Thesis, Cornell, 1964.
HUM 383. Gould, Glen Hibberd. A stylistic analysis of selected twelve-tone works by Luigi Dallapiccola. Thesis, Indiana, 1964.
HUM 384. Krehbiel, James Woodrow. Harmonic principles of Jean-Philippe Rameau and his contemporaries. Thesis, Indiana, 1964.
HUM 385. Gehring, Philip Klepfer. Improvisation in contemporary organ playing. Thesis, Syracuse, 1963. Organ. Instruction and study.
HUM 386. Williams, Sarah Jane Manley. The music of Guillaume de Machaut. Thesis, Yale, 1952.
HUM 387. Slayman, Herman Hartsel. Problems in teaching and learning the violin; an exploratory study. Thesis, Cincinnati, 1965. Violin. Instruction and study.
HUM 388. Ringer, Alexander Lothar. The chasse: historical and analytical bibliography of a musical genre. Thesis, Columbia, 1955. Hunting music. History and criticism.
HUM 389. Ottman, Robert William. A statistical investigation of the influence of selected factors on the skill of sight-singing. Thesis, NTSC, 1956.
HUM 390. Wallace, David Edward. Alberto Ginastera: an analysis of his style and techniques of composition. Thesis, Northwestern, 1964.
HUM 391. Somer, Avo. The keyboard music of Johann Jakob Froberger. Thesis, Michigan, 1963.
HUM 392. Pruett, James Worrell. The works of Filippo Vitali. The hymns of Filippo Vitali. Thesis, North Carolina, 1962.
HUM 393. Trickey, Samuel Miller. Les Six. Thesis, North Texas State College, 1955. Music. France. History and criticism.
HUM 394. Meyer, Eva Rose. Florian Gassmann and Viennese divertimento. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1963.
HUM 395. Swanay, John Lee. Romantic style characteristics which led to the rise of dodecaphonic techniques. Thesis, Texas, 1963. Twelve-tone system.
HUM 396. Luntz, George E. Musical and literary expression in songs from Goethe's Wilhelm Meister. Thesis, SU Iowa, 1963. Musical settings.
HUM 397. Mellott, George Kenneth. A survey of contemporary flute solo literature with analysis of representative compositions. Thesis, Iowa SU, 1964. Flute music. Analysis, appreciation.
HUM 398. McKenzie, Wallace Chessley. The music of Anton Webern. Thesis, NTSC, 1960.
HUM 399. Mitchell, John William. A history of theories of functional harmonic progression. Thesis, Indiana, 1963. Harmony. History.
HUM 400. Bass, Eddie Covington. Thematic procedures in the symphonies of Berlioz. Thesis, North Carolina, 1965.
HUM 401. Clark, John Bunker. Organ accompaniments to seventeenth century Anglican church music with emphasis on the Adrian Batten organ book. Thesis, Michigan, 1964.
HUM 402. Cox, Richard Garner. Choral texture in the music of Franz Schubert. Thesis, Northwestern, 1963.
HUM 403. Noblitt, Thomas Lee. The motetti missales of the late fifteenth century. thesis, Texas, 1963.
HUM 404. King, William Joseph. The English anthem from the early Tudor period through the Restoration era. Thesis, Boston, 1962.
HUM 405. Miller, Kenneth Eugene. A study of selected German baroque oratorios. Thesis, Northwestern, 1963.
HUM 406. Willheim, Imanuel. Johann Adolph Scheibe: German musical thought in transition. Thesis, Illinois, 1963.
HUM 407. Biggs, George Browning. The return effect in works for orchestra by Stravinsky, Bartok, and Schonberg, determined by factors other than theme and key. Thesis, Indiana, 1968.
HUM 408. Singer, Gerhard. Ludovico Zacconi's treatment of the "suitability and classification of all musical instruments" in the Prattica di musica of 1590. Thesis, Southern California.
HUM 409. Shelton, John Stanley. The influence of home musical environment upon musical response of first-grade children. Thesis, George Peabody, 1965.
HUM 410. Stewart, Robert Louis. The musical taste of the secondary school instrumental music teacher in relation to the character and success of his musical program. Thesis, Kansas, 1965.
HUM 411. Slaughter, Jay Leon. The role of music in the Mormon church, school and life. Thesis, Indiana, 1964.
HUM 412. Tait, Malcolm John. The significance of musical understanding in music education. Thesis, Columbia, 1963.
HUM 413. Seipp, Kenneth Frank. An exploratory study in music appreciation; a comparison of the effectiveness of two different orders of presentation upon post-instructional retention. Thesis, Indiana, 1963.
HUM 414. Simmons, Otis Davis. Neurophysiology and muscular function of the vocal mechanism; implications for singers and teachers of singers. Thesis, Kansas, 1965.
HUM 415. Stebbins, Robert Alan. The jazz community: the sociology of a musical sub-culture. Thesis, Minnesota, 1964.
HUM 416. Helm, Sanford Marion. Carl Friedrich Abel, symphonist; a biographical stylistic and bibliographical study. Thesis, Michigan, 1953.
HUM 417. Speer, Klaus. A Portuguese manuscript of keyboard music from the late seventeenth century manuscript no. 1607, Loc. G, 7 Municipal Library, Oporto, Portugal. Thesis, Indiana, 1956. Ms. has title: Livro de obras de orgao juntas pella coriosidade de P.P. Fr. Rogue da Coceicao, anno de 1695.
HUM 418. Laing, Millard Myron. Anton Reicha's quintets for flute, oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon. Thesis, Michigan, 1952.
HUM 419. Taylor, Gaylord Lyman. The problems of the changing voice and the literature for junior high school mixed chorus. Thesis, Colorado State, 1966.
HUM 420. Agey, Calvin Buell. A study of the Kleine geistliche Concerte and geistliche Chormusik of Heinrich Schutz. Thesis, FSU, 1955.
HUM 421. Van Nice, John Robert. The larger sacred choral works of William Boyce (1710-1779): a study and edition of selected compositions for choir and orchestra. Thesis, SU Iowa, 1956.
HUM 422. Chase, Howard Randolph. Tonality and tonal factors in the piano sonatas of Beethoven. Thesis, Michigan, 1953.
HUM 423. Smith, Robert Clifford. Aesthetic theory and the appraisal of practices in music education. Thesis, Illinois, 1964.
HUM 424. Tarratus, Edward Arthur. Creative processes in music and the identification of creative music students. Thesis, Ohio State, 1964.
HUM 425. Sonnedecker, Ira Donald. Cultivation and concepts of duets for four hands, 1 keyboard, in the eighteenth century. Thesis, Indiana, 1953.
HUM 426. Klitenic, Zelik. The clavecin works of Jean-Philippe Rameau. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1955.
HUM 427. Hitchcock, Hugh Wiley. The Latin oratorios of Marc-Antoine Charpentier. Thesis, Michigan, 1954.
HUM 428. Riley, Maurice Winton. The teaching of bowed instruments from 1511 to 1756. Thesis, Michigan, 1954.
HUM 429. Nolte, Ewald Valentin. The instrumental works of Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706); an essay to establish his stylistic position in the development of the Baroque musical art. Thesis, Northwestern, 1954.
HUM 430. Holsinger, Clyde William. A history of choral conducting with emphasis on the time-beating techniques used in the successive historical periods. Thesis, Northwestern, 1954.
HUM 431. Biggle, Lloyd. The masses of Antoine Brumel. Thesis, Michigan, 1953.
HUM 432. Malek, Vincent F. A study of embouchure and trumpet-cornet mouthpiece measurements. Thesis, Northwestern, 1953.
HUM 433. Slind, Lloyd H. A proposed program for the extension of music experiences in the elementary school. Thesis, FSU, 1955.
HUM 434. Baskerville, David Ross. Jazz influence on art music to mid-century. Thesis, USC, 1965.
HUM 435. Belisle, John Michael. A study of some factors influencing diction in singing. Thesis, Indiana, 1965.
HUM 436. Diggs, Ruth Winstead. A study of the levels of musical aptitude and musical acheivement among institutionalized and noninstitutionalized educable mentally retarded children. Thesis, Virginia, 1965.
HUM 437. Deihl, Ned Charles. Certain relationships among concept development, listening achievement, musicality and the quantification of musical performance experience. Thesis, Pennsylvania State, 1963.
HUM 438. Anderson, John Martin. The use of musical talent, personality and vocational interest factors in predicting success for student music teachers. Thesis, USC, 1965.
HUM 439. Gibson, James Eiseman. A study of areas of conflict between high school principals and band directors. Thesis, Alabama, 1965.
HUM 440. Gardner, Sheldon Frank. Creativity in children: a study of the relationship between temperament factors and aptitude factors involved in the creative ability of seventh grade children with suggestion for a theory of creativity. Thesis, USC, 1963. Child Study.
HUM 441. Gustafson, John Milton. A study relating to the boy's changing voice: its incidence, training, and function in choral music. Thesis, FSU, 1956. Voice. Change of.
HUM 442. Ekstrom, Robert Carl. Comparison of the male voice before, during, and after mutation. Thesis, USC, 1959. Voive. Change of.
HUM 443. Burgstahler, Elton Earl. Factors influencing the choice and pursuance of a career in music education; a survey and case study approach. Thesis, FSU, 1966. Music teachers. Music as a profession.
HUM 444. Cox, Edna Mae. A functional approach to creative experiences in music in the elementary school. Thesis, Columbia, 1966. School music. Instruction and study.
HUM 445. Gay, Albert Ira. Rhythmic movement in music education in the elementary school, 1900 to 1940. Thesis, Mishigan, 1966. School Music. U.S.
HUM 446. Bragg, Vernon Chaplin. Cumulative effects of repeated exposure to high-intensity tones upon recovery of auditory sensitivity. Thesis, Northwestern, 1958. Hearing.
HUM 447. Barnes, Robert Allen. An analysis of the effectiveness of programmed instruction as an ancillary learning experience in a music fundamentals class for prospective teachers. Thesis, Ohio State, 1963. Music. Theory.
HUM 448. Alton, Louise Miller. An examination of the general music program in the junior high schools of East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana, and recommendations for improvement. Thesis, Columbia, 1963. School music.
HUM 449. Benson, Norman Arthur. The itinerant dancing and music masters of eighteenth century America. Thesis, Minnesota, 1963.
HUM 450. Fierbaugh, Harry Wilbert. The development and evaluation of a series of sound-films for music teacher training education. Thesis, State University of Iowa, 1963. Instruction and study. Audio-visual aids.
HUM 451. Benner, Charles Henry. The relationship of pre-service measures to ratings of music teaching success. Thesis, Ohio State, 1963. Music teachers.
HUM 452. Jeffries, Thomas Broad. The effects of order or presentation and knowledge of results on the aural recognition of melodic intervals. Thesis, Berkeley, 1963. Musical ability. Testing.
HUM 453. Motycka, Arthur. A report on the results of an experimental course of study in general music. Thesis, Illinois, 1965. Instruction and study.
HUM 454. Jones, Milton Oren. Factors influencing students in the choice of music as a career. Thesis, FSU, 1964. Music as a profession.
HUM 455. Jeter, John David. An analysis of expressed and observed difficulties of beginning vocal music teachers. Thesis, Indiana, 1966.
HUM 456. Mansur, Paul Max. An objective performance-related music achievement test. Thesis, Oklahoma, 1965. Musical ability. Testing.
HUM 457. Konz, Stephan Anthony. The effect of background music on productivity of four tasks. Thesis, Illinois, 1964. Music, influence of.
HUM 458. Regier, Bernard Wayne. The development of choral music in higher education. Thesis, USC, 1963. Music in universities and colleges. U.S.
HUM 459. Murray, Edward Paul. The relationship of aesthetic judgments in music, personality characteristics, and music training in prospective elementary teachers. Thesis, Berkeley, 1966. Music teachers.
HUM 460. Purrington, Bruce Rollo. The instructional materials center as it functions in the music education of children. Thesis, Columbia, 1933. School music.
HUM 461. Peterson, Floyd Henry. A study of the relationships between music aptitude and academic achievement of graduate music students. Thesis, Indiana, 1963. Musical Ability. Testing.
HUM 462. Olson, Rees Garn. A comparison of two pedagogical approaches adapted to the acquisition of melodic sensitivity in sixth grade children: the Orff method and the traditional method. Thesis, Indiana, 1964. Musical ability.
HUM 463. Pelletier, Harold Waldo. An investigation of the relation between training in instrumental music and selected aspects of language growth in third grade children. Thesis, Arizona State, 1963. Instruction and study.
HUM 464. Saltzman, Herbert Royce. A historical study of the function of music among the Brethren in Christ. Thesis, USC, Church music. 1964.
HUM 465. Rosenkranz, Edwin. Growth in music perception in the humanities core course at Fort Lewis College. Thesis, Colorado State, 1965. Music in universities and colleges. U.S.
HUM 466. Parker, Olin Griffith. A study of the relationship of aesthetic sensitivity to musical ability, intelligence, and socioeconomic status. Thesis, Kansas, 1961. Musical ability. Music.
HUM 467. Ray, Thomas Addison. The construction of a scale to measure attitudes of college freshmen toward their high school music group experiences. Thesis, Indiana, 1965. School music. Instruction and study.
HUM 468. Ross, Jerrold. The development of a comprehensive philosophy for music in elementary education. Thesis, New York, 1963. Philosophy and aesthetics.
HUM 469. Wunderlich, Charles Edward. A history and bibliography of early American music periodicals, 1782-1852. Thesis, Michigan, 1962.
HUM 470. Barber, Elinore Louise. Antonio de Cabezon's cantus-firmus compositions and transcriptions. Thesis, Michigan, 1960.
HUM 471. Booth, Ronald Earl. The life and music of Stephen Heller. Thesis, Iowa,1969.
HUM 472. Ellis, Mildred Katharine. The French piano character piece of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Thesis, Indiana, 1969. Piano music, history and criticism.
HUM 473.Conway, James Bryant. Musical sources for the Liszt Etudes d'execution transcendante: a study in the evolution of Liszt's compositional and keyboard techniques. Thesis, Arizona, 1969.
HUM 474. Henderson, Clayton Wilson. Quotation as a style element in the music of Charles Ives. Thesis, Washington, 1969.
HUM 475. Szabo, Edward Joseph. The violoncello-piano sonatas of Ludwig van Beethoven. Thesis, Columbia, 1966.
HUM 476. Deas, Richard Ryder. Study and analysis of the incomplete piano sonatas of Franz Schubert, with implications for teaching and performance. Thesis, Columbia, 1969.
HUM 477. Ammerbach, Elias Nicolaus. Orgel oder Instrument Tabulatur. Ein nutzlichs Buchlein in welchem notwendige Erklerung der Orgel oder Instrument Tabulatur sampt der Application; auch froliche deutsche Stucklein vnnd Mutetem, etliche mit Coloraturn abgefasst. Desgleichen schone deutsche Tentze, Galliarden vnnd welsche Passometzen zubefinden, etc. Desgleichen zuuor in offenem Druck nicht ausgangen. n.d.
HUM 478. Atcherson, Walter Thomas. Modal theory of sixteenth- century German theorists. Thesis, Indiana, 1960. Music. Theory.
HUM 479. Satorius, Richard Henry. The concerto for organ and orchestra. Thesis, USC, 1959.
HUM 480. Marcase, Donald Earl. Adriano Banchieri, L'organo suonarino: translation, transcription and commentary. Thesis, Indiana, 1970.
HUM 481. Wortman, Allen Leslie. A survey of the use of the recorder in general music education in the United States. Thesis, Colorado State, 1968. Recorder (Musical instrument). Instruction and study.
HUM 482. Schmidt, Lloyd John. A practical and historical source- book for the recorder. Thesis, Northwestern, 1959. Recorder (Musical instrument). History. Bibliography.
HUM 483. Crockett, Barbara Allen. Liszt's opera transcriptions for piano. Thesis, Illinois, 1968.
HUM 484. McArthur, William Frank. A program of instruction in fundamental rhythm, using the language master, as audio-visual instructional device. Thesis, Alabama, 1969. Musical meter and rhythm. Instruction and study.
HUM 485. Cribb, George Robert. The comparative effectiveness of conventional and programed instructional procedures in teaching fundamentals of music. Thesis, North Texas State Univ., 1965. Instruction and study.
HUM 486. Catholic Church. Byzantine rite. Liturgy and ritual. Hirmologion. Church Slavic. Irmologion. Koishov, Czechoslovakia. 1789-90. Microfilm (negative) of Ms. owned by Rev. John Yurcisin; from an estate of Ol'savica, Czechoslovakia. Mikhail Rydzai, scribe. Chants (plain, Gregorian, etc.)
HUM 487. Anderson, Charles Allen. Some aspects of melodic structure and style in the early and middle-period keyboard sonatas of Joseph Haydn. Thesis, Illinois, 1970.
HUM 488. Gratovich, Eugene. The sonatas for violin and piano by Charles E. Ives: a critical commentary and concordance of the printed editions and the autographs and manuscripts of the Yale Ives Collection. Thesis, Boston, 1968.
HUM 489. Hiebert, Elfrieda Franz. The piano trios of Beethoven: an historical and analytical study. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1970.
HUM 490. Sachs, Joel Alan. Hummel in England and France: a study in the international musical life of the early nineteenth century. Thesis, Columbia, 1971.
HUM 491. Lee, Robert Charles. Some little known late piano works of Liszt (1869-1886): a miscellany. Thesis, Washington, 1970.
HUM 492. Rust, Ezra Gardner. The first movements of Beethoven's piano concertos. Thesis, Berkeley, 1970.
HUM 493. Allison, Rees Stephen. The piano works of Alan Rawsthorne. Thesis, Washington, 1970.
HUM 494. Kelly, David Terrence. The instrumental ensemble fantasias of Adriano Banchieri. Thesis, FSU, 1962.
HUM 495. Brink, Robert. The archicembalo of Nicola Vicentino. Thesis, Ohio State, 1966.
HUM 496. Lee, Douglas Allen. The instrumental works of Christoph Nichelmann. Thesis, Michigan, 1968.
HUM 497. Steinberg, Arne Jo. Franz Liszt's approach to piano playing. Thesis, Maryland, 1971.
HUM 498. White, Alton Duane. The piano works of Anton Eberl (1765-1807). Thesis, Wisconsin, 1971.
HUM 499. Lowens, Margery Morgan. The New York years of Edward MacDowell. Thesis, Michigan, 1971.
HUM 500. King, Irvin Jean. Neoclassical tendencies in seven American piano sonatas (1925-1945). Thesis, Washington, 1971.
HUM 501. Siegel, Aaron H. The dramatic function of comic elements in three Shakespearean love tragedies. Thesis, USC, 1965.
HUM 502. Burton, Wilfred C. The novels of Charles King, 1844-1933. Thesis, NYU, 1962.
HUM 503. Noel, Daniel C. The portent unwound: religious and psychological development in the imagery of Herman Melville, 1819-1851. Thesis, Drew, 1967.
HUM 504. Fiskin, Abram M. Eugene O'Neill: the study of a developing creed through the medium of drama. Thesis, Minnesota, 1964.
HUM 505. White, Jackson E. Existential themes in selected plays of Eugene O'Neill. Thesis, Arizona State, 1967.
HUM 506. Bell, Wayne E. Forms of religious awareness in the late plays of Eugene O'Neill. Thesis, Emory, 1966.
HUM 507. Quirino, Leonard S. The darkest celebrations of Tennessee Williams. Thesis, Brown, 1964.
HUM 508. Turner, Clarence S. Man's spiritual quest in the plays of Eugene O'Neill. Thesis, Texas, 1962.
HUM 509. Von Dornum, Jack H. The major plays of Tennessee Williams, 1940 to 1960. Thesis, USC, 1962.
HUM 510. Presley, Delma E. The theological dimension of Tennessee WIlliams; a study of eight major plays. Thesis, Emory, 1969.
HUM 511. Carey Alfred Augustine. Doris Lessing, the search for reality; a study of the major themes in her novels. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1965.
HUM 512. Schlueter, Paul George. A study of the major novels of Doris Lessing. Thesis, Southern Illinois, 1968.
HUM 513. Leach, Wilford. Gertrude Stein and the modern theatre. Thesis, Illinois, 1956. Drama, 20th century. History and criticism.
HUM 514. Parr, James Allan. Moral philosophy in the plays of Juan Ruiz de Alarcon. Thesis, Pittsburgh, 1967. Ruiz de Alarcon y Mendoza, Juan.
HUM 515. Solensten, John Martin. The fiction of Richard Harding Davis: the legacy of a romancer and defender of ideality. Thesis, Bowling Green, 1968.
HUM 516. Indiana. University. Library. Union list of little magazines; showing holdings of 1,037 little magazines in the libraries of Indiana University, Northwestern University, Ohio State University, State University of Iowa, University of Chicago, University of Illinois. Compiled by Indiana University Library with the cooperation of the other five. Chicago, Midwest Inter-Library Center, 1956.
HUM 517. Brunner, Bernard A. Studies in the technique of George Meredith's novels. Thesis, Chicago, 1951.
HUM 518. Temple, Sir Richard Carnac, bart., 1850-1931. The thirty-seven nats; a phase of spirit-worship prevailing in Burma, by Sir R.C. Temple. London, W. Griggs, 1906. Religion. Animism.
HUM 519. Brame, Michael K. Arabic phonology: implications for phonological theory and historical Semitic. Thesis, MIT, 1970. Arabic language. Phonology.
HUM 520. Dumont, Jean Louis. L'emploi du merveilleux dans l'oeuvre de Marcel Ayme. Thesis, Connecticut, 1967.
HUM 521. Niger, Franciscus. Modus epistolandi. Venetiis, Jacobus de ragazonibus de Asula, 1494. HC*11871. BMC V, 543. Stillwell N-213. Letter-writing. Incunabula. Facsimile.
HUM 522. Birrell, Cordon Eastridge. Spatial and temporal structures in the Machen of Novalis and Tieck; an approach to the problem of genre in early romanticism. Thesis, Stanford, 1968.
HUM 523. Jaquith, James Richard. Alphabet and speech: a study of the relations between graphic and phonological symbolism. Thesis, Indiana, 1969. English Language. Alphabet.
HUM 524. Read, Bill. The critical reputation of Thomas Love Peacock, with an annotated enumerative bibliography of works by and about Peacock from February 1800 to June 1958. Thesis, Boston, 1959.
HUM 525. Scheuerle, Paul Norman. A study and evaluation of instrumental music programs in the public secondary schools of the United States. Thesis, Boston, 1959. School music. Instruction and study.
HUM 526. Bragg, Marvin Howell. The concept of the profession of poet in Germany during the eighteenth century and the evolution of a new theory of literature. Thesis, California, 1966. German literature. 18th century. History and criticism.
HUM 527. Engel, Eva Johanna. Carl Philipp Moritz; a study of his ethical and aesthetic concepts. Thesis, Cornell, 1954.
HUM 528. Meredith, Hugh Edwin. Self-education in the eighteenth century; the readings of Karl Philipp Moritz. Thesis, Texas, 1963.
HUM 529. Proskauer, Paul Frank. The phenomenon of alienation in the work of Karl Philipp Moritz, Wilhelm Heinrich Wackenroder and in "Nachtwachen" von Bonaventura. Thesis, Columbia, 1966.
HUM 530. Saine, Thomas Price. Karl Philipp Moritz' Asthetik als Losung weltanschaulicher Probleme. Thesis, Yale, 1968.
HUM 531. Sanford, David Bruce. Wackenroder and Tieck: the aesthetic breakdown of the Klosterbruder ideal. Thesis, Minnesota, 1966.
HUM 532. Wackenroder, Wilhelm Heinrich, 1773-1798. Wilhelm Heinrich Wackenroder's Confessions and Phantasies. Translated and annotated with a critical introduction by Mary Ethel Hurst Schubert. Thesis, Stanford, 1970. Herzensergiessungen eines Klosterbruders. Phantasien uber die Kunst fur Fruende der Kunst.
HUM 533. Silver, Ruben. A history of the Karamu theatre of Karamu House, 1915-1960. Thesis, Ohio SU, 1961. Cleveland. Theater.
HUM 534. Gautreau, Henry Wilton. Shield against the threat of fortune; Anthony Trollope's vision, theory, and method. Thesis, Louisiana SU, 1968.
HUM 535. Cadbury, William Edward. Varieties of form in the novels of Anthony Trollope. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1961.
HUM 536. Hudgins, Esther Luis Willig. Nicht-epische Strukturen des romantischen Romans. Thesis, Indiana, 1970. German fiction. 19th century. History and criticism.
HUM 537. Inada, Hide Ikehara. Translations from the Japanese into western languages from the 16th century to 1912. Thesis, Michigan, 1967. Japanese literature. Translations into foreign languages. History and criticism.
HUM 538. McQuaid, Catherine Florence. The multiple realities of artistic creation: Joyce Cary's "Art and reality" and the first trilogy. Thesis, Ohio, 1967.
HUM 539. Klischnig, Karl Friedrich. Erinnerungen aus den zehn letzen Lebensjahren meines Freundes Anton Reiser. Als ein Beitrag zur Lebensgeschichte die Herrn Hofrath Moritz. Berlin, W. Vieweg, 1794. Originally published as the 5th and last part of Karl Philipp Moritz's Anton Reiser: ein psychologischer Roman.
HUM 540. Walton, Eda Lou. Navaho traditional poetry; its content and form. Thesis, California, 1920. History and criticism.
HUM 541. Reynolds, Myra. The learned lady in England, 1650-1760. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1920. Women in Great Britain. Women as authors. Education of women.
HUM 542. 23 reels. Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington. Architectural drawings in the Victoria and Albert Museum. [Wakefield, Yorkshire] Micro Methods 1td, circa 1970. Finding aid: Index, REFERENCE Z5944.G7V5. Architecture, designs and plans.
HUM 543. Vaisanen, Armas Otto. Kantele-ja jouhikko-savelmia. Helsinki, 1928. Kantele (Musical instrument). Folk music, Finnish. Folk Dance.
HUM 544. Melhuish, Lucy Anne. Rhetoric of racial revolt: a Burkeian analysis of selected speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Thesis, Oregon, 1964. U.S. Race question.
HUM 545. Adelman, Gary Stephen. Lawrence's Rainbow. Thesis, Columbia, 1962. D.H. Lawrence.
HUM 546. Catholic church. Byzantine rite. Liturgy and ritual. Hirmologion. Hungarian. Egyhazi Kozenekek; a Munkacs egyhazmezyei puspoki Fohatosag jova hagyasaval. Hangjegyekre es osszeallitotta Bokshai, Ioann szekesegyhazi karnagy es Malinich, Iosif. Ungvar, c.1906. Chants (Plain, Gregorian, etc.)
HUM 547. Garcia, Reloy. Adam in Nottingham: literary archetypes in the novels of D.H. Lawrence. Thesis, Kent SU, 1968.
HUM 548. Inniss, Kenneth B. D.H. Lawrence's bestiary: a study of his use of animal trope and symbol. Thesis, Kansas, 1965.Miko, Stephen Jon. D.H. Lawrence: his development as a novelist. Thesis, Yale, 1967. Animals in literature. Bestiaries.
HUM 549. Miko, Stephen Jon. D. H. Lawrence: his development as a novelist. Thesis, Yale, 1967.
HUM 550. Newby, Frank Shelton. Dialectical form in The Rainbow and Women in love. Thesis, Berkeley, 1966. D. H. Lawrence. Metaphysics.
HUM 551. Johnson, Dale Springer. The development of the non-formalistic modern English novel and its relation to D. H. Lawrence's Sons and lovers. Thesis, Michigan, 1968. English fiction, 20th century. History and criticism.
HUM 552. Ciancio, Ralph Armando. The Grotesque in modern American fiction: an existential theory. Thesis, Pisttburgh, 1964. 20th century. History and criticism. Grotesque in literature.
HUM 553. Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Macbeth. Shakespeare's tragedy of Macbeth, as presented by Edwin Booth. New York. Printed for W. Winter by F. Hart & Co. 1878. (prompt-book).
HUM 554. Orthodox Eastern Church. Liturgy and ritual. Church Slavik. Oktai sirech osmo glasnik v subotu vech er na malei vecherni na Gospodi vozvakh slava i nyne Bogorodichen. n.p., n.d. Microfilm of woodblock print book from the Old Believers of Woodburn, Oregon. Chants (Plain, Gregorian, etc.)
HUM 555. Gellert, Bridget Juliette. Three treatments of melancholy: Marston, Shakespeare and Burton. Thesis, Columbia, 1967.
HUM 556. Clarkson, George Austin Elliott. On the nature of medieval song: the declamation of plainchant and the lyric structure of the fourteenth-century motet. Thesis, Columbia, 1970.
HUM 557. Hasselman, Margaret Paine. The French chanson in the mid-fourteenth century. Thesis, Berkeley, 1970. Music. History and criticism.
HUM 558. Fuller, Sarah Ann. Aquitanian polyphony of the eleventh and twelfth centuries. Thesis, Berkeley, 1969. Music, history and criticism. Medieval.
HUM 559. Ryan, Mary Jane. Librarians' perceptions of librarianship. Thesis, USC, 1967. Profession, choice of.
HUM 560. Wittgenstein, Ludwig. The Ludwig Wittgenstein papers. 21 reels . Finding aids: The Wittgenstein Papers: A Catalogue, Cornell University Libraries, REFERENCE Z8979.4 .W5, and The Wittgenstein Papers : A Catalog, Wright, G. H. von (Georg Henrik), Ed., REFERENCE Z8979.4.W5 1982; include list of roll nos. in Cornell microfilm of the papers, the catalogue items they contain, and references to their location in the bound vols. of copy made from the film. This set is complete in 21 reels numbered 1-2, 5-6, 10-22, 24-25, 27-28. Peculiarities in filming required this numbering; the gaps in numbering are of no significance.
HUM 561. Brazhnikov, Maksim Viktorovich. Puti razvitiia i zadachi rasshifrovki znamennogo rospeva. 1949. Church music. Russia. History and Criticism. Orthodox Eastern Church.
HUM 562. Clark, William Harrington. Christoph Martin Wieland and the legacy of Greece: aspects of his relation to Greek culture. Thesis, Columbia, 1954.
HUM 563. Heath, Robert Lawrence. Kenneth Burke's theory of language. Thesis, Illinois, 1971. Language and languages.
HUM 564. Wasserman, Paul. Toward a methodology for the formulation of objectives in public libraries: a empirical analysis. Thesis, Michigan, 1960.
HUM 565. Boston Society of Architects. Constitution and by-laws to the Boston Society of Architects; with a list of the officers and members of the Society, and other matters of interest to its members. 1887.
HUM 566. Collier, Lewis Arlen. The redemptive element of the nature setting in Shakespeare's tragedies and late romances. Thesis, Washington, 1966.
HUM 567. Henze, Richard Harold. Shakespeare and the golden world of the pastoral. Thesis, Nebraska, 1965. Criticism and interpretation. Pastoral literature, English. Criticism and interpretation.
HUM 568. Hieatt, Charles Witten. The pastoral background of As You Like It and The Winter's Tale: a study on Shakespeare's use of the Renaissance shepherd figure. Thesis, UCLA, 1967. Pastoral literature, English. Criticism and interpretation.
HUM 569. Kaul, Mythili. The court and the country: a study of Shakespeare's last plays. Thesis, Yale, 1965. Criticism and interpretation. Political and social views.
HUM 570. American Library Association. The library and information networks of the future. Prepared for Rome Air Development Center Air Force Systems Command, U.S. Air Force, Griffiss Air Force Base, N.Y. Chicago, 1963. Information storage and retreival systems. Information services. Seattle. Century 21 Exposition, 1962.
HUM 571. Barschi, Jack. The sexual imagery in Robinson Jeffers' narrative poetry. Thesis, New York, 1969.
HUM 572. Brophy, Robert Joseph. Structure, symbol, and myth in selected narratives of Robinson Jeffers. Thesis, North Carolina, 1966.
HUM 573. Dougherty, David Clovis. The annihilative vision: craftmanship and dramatic action in the narratives of Robinson Jeffers. Thesis, Miami, 1970.
HUM 574. Kiley, George Bertram. Robinson Jeffers: the short poems. Thesis, Pittsburgh, 1957.
HUM 575. Scott, Robert Ian. Robinson Jeffers' poetic use of post-Copernican science. Thesis, SUNY Buffalo, 1964.
HUM 576. Spiese, Richard Dale. Robinson Jeffers' aesthetic theory and practice. Thesis, New Mexico, 1966.
HUM 577. Tausky, Thomas Edward. "To take the moon from out of the sea": ideal worlds in fiction of Thomas Love Peacock. Thesis, Yale, 1971.
HUM 578. Olins, Robert Abbott. Journalism and Ernest Hemingway. Thesis, Missouri, 1970. Journalism and literature.
HUM 579. Shumaker, John William. Homeric transformations in the Argonautica of Apollonius of Rhodes. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1969.
HUM 580. Shakespeare, William. Tragedy of Macbeth, as presented by Edwin Booth. Philadelphia, Printed for W. Winter, by Penn Pub. Co., 1897.
HUM 581. Barnum, Marion Phyllis. A comprehensive performance project in piano literature and an essay on J.N. Hummel and his treatise on piano playing. Thesis, Iowa, 1971.
HUM 582. Barr, Howard Franklyn. An historical and critical description of two piano recitals; a program of sonatas and program of fantasias. Thesis, Missouri, 1971. Piano music. History and criticism.
HUM 583. Clark, Sandra Rae Scholder. The evolving Concord sonata: a study of choices and variants in the music of Charles Ives. Thesis, Stanford, 1972.
HUM 584. Cooper, Kenneth. The clavichord in the eighteenth century. Thesis, Columbia, 1971.
HUM 585. Dieckow, Almarie. A stylistic analysis of the solo keyboard sonatas of Antonio Soler. Thesis, Washington, 1971.
HUM 586. Doherty, Charles Robert. Twentieth century woodwind quintet music in the United States. Thesis, Missouri, 1971. Instrumental music. U.S. History and criticism.
HUM 587. Eiseman, David. Charles Ives and the European symphonic tradition: a historical reappraisal. Thesis, UI Urbana-Champaign, 1972.
HUM 588. Farhat, Hormoz. The Dastgah concept in Persian music. Thesis, UCLA, 1965.
HUM 589. Ferguson, Thomas Clarence. An analysis of four American symphonies for band. Thesis, Rochester, 1971. Appreciation.
HUM 590. Frum, Bernard. The dramatic-dualistic style element in keyboard music published before 1750. Thesis, Columbia, 1969. Piano music. To 1800. History and criticism. Harpsichord.
HUM 591. Graue, Jerald Curtis. Muzio Clementi and the development of pianoforte music in industrial England. Thesis, UI Urbana-Champaign, 1971.
HUM 592. Corrette, Michel. The theoretical and practical method for cello by Michel Corrette. Translation, commentary and comparison with seven other eighteenth century cello methods, by Charles Douglas Graves. Thesis, Michigan SU, 1972. Violoncello. Methods.
HUM 593. Hopkins, William Thomas. The short piano compositions of Max Reger (1873-1916). Thesis, Indiana, 1972.
HUM 594. Keller, Charles William. The piano sonatas of Nicolas Medtner. Thesis, Ohio SU, 1971.
HUM 595. Kennemer, Hubert Clarence. The expansion of the keyboard range in the solo piano sonatas of Beethoven. Thesis, UT Austin, 1970.
HUM 596. McMurtry, Barbara Hughes. The music of Prince Louis Ferdinand. Thesis, UI Urbaba-Champaign, 1972.
HUM 597. Pemberton, Carol Ann. Lowell Mason: his life and work. Thesis, Minnesota, 1971.
HUM 598. Smith, Robert Ludwig. A study of instrumental relations: The piano trios of Beethoven. Thesis, FSU, 1971.
HUM 599. Waln, Ronald Lee. A comprehensive performance project in flute literature with an essay on chamber music for solo voice, flute, and keyboard or continuo, and including an annotated bibliography of selected literature. Thesis, Iowa, 1971.
HUM 600. Weber, Robert Charles. Roots of language; the major poetry of Robert Duncan. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1972.
HUM 601. Cooley, Dennis Orin. Keeping the green; the vegetative myth of renewal in Robert Duncan's poetry. Thesis, Rochester, 1971.
HUM 602. Mersmann, James F. Out of the vortex; a study of poets and poetry against the Vietnam War. Thesis, Kansas, 1972. Vietnamese conflict, 1961- Public opinion.
HUM 603. Vistica, Sister M. The poetry of Pierre Emmanuel; incarnation in progress. Thesis, Fordham, 1965.
HUM 604. Metallov, Vasilii Mikhailovich, archpriest, 1862-1927. Bogosluzhebnoe pienie Russkoi tserkvi. Moskow, 1912.
HUM 605. Marchant, Maurice Peterson. The effects of the decision making process and related organizational factors on alternative measures of performance in university libraries. Thesis, Michigan, 1970. Library administration.
HUM 606. Murray, Virginia Elizabeth. The library in the organizational and administrative structure of the Canadian university. Thesis, Columbia, 1966. Library administration.
HUM 607. O'Neill, Edward True. Journal usage patterns and their implications in the planning of library systems. Thesis, Purdue, 1970.
HUM 608. Ekechukwu, Myriette Revenna Guinyard. Characteristics of users and nonusers of elementary school library services and public library services for children. Thesis, Washington, 1972. School libraries.
HUM 609. Evans, Charles Whitney. The attitudes of adults toward the public library and their relationship to library use. Thesis, Berkeley, 1969. Libraries and community. Readers.
HUM 610. Franklin, Hardy Rogers. The relationship between adult communication practices and public library use in a northern, urban, black ghetto. Thesis, Rutgers, 1971. Libraries and community. Readers.
HUM 611. Vignone, Joseph A. An inquiry into the opinions and attitudes of public librarians, library directors, and library board members concerning collective bargaining procedures for public library employees in Pennsylvania. Thesis, Pittsburgh, 1970.
HUM 612. Evans, Gayle Edward. The influence of book selection agents upon book collection usage in academic libraries. Thesis, Illinois,
HUM 613. Northrop, Douglas A. The historical background of the concept of justice in Book V of Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene. Thesis, Chicago, 1966.
HUM 614. Kanner, Elliott Elisha. The impact of gerontological concepts on principles of librarianship. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1972.
HUM 615. Butterick, George F. An annotated guide to the Maximus poems of Charles Olson. Thesis, SUNY Buffalo, 1970.
HUM 616. Duddy, Thomas Anthony. Perception and process: studies in the poetry of Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, Denese Levertov, Charles Olson, and Louis Zukovsky. Thesis, SUNY Buffalo, 1972.
HUM 617. Dunkle, Harvey Ivan. C. M. Wieland's aesthetic evaluation of literature. Thesis, Berkeley, 1956.
HUM 618. Davey, Frankland Wilmot. Theory and practice in the Black Mountains poets: Duncan, Olson, and Creeley. Thesis, USC, 1968. of literature. Thesis, Berkeley, 1956.
HUM 619. Gardiner, Jeffrey Brent. Wieland's development as a literary critic (1750-1760). Thesis, Colorado, 1970.
HUM 620. Sheffler, Ronald Anthony. The development of Robert Creeley's poetry. Thesis, Massachusetts, 1971.
HUM 621. Stock, Ely. Studies in Hawthorne's use of the Bible. Thesis, Brown, 1966. Bible in literature.
HUM 622. Shanks, Kenneth Howard. An historical and critical study of the preaching career of Aimee Semple McPherson. Thesis, USC, 1960.
HUM 623. Assardo, Maurice Roberto. La tecnica narrativa en la obra de Alejo Carpentier; enfasis: el tiempo. Thesis, UCLA, 1968. Time in literature.
HUM 624. Baker, Armand Fred, 1933. El tiempo en la novela Hispanoamericana: un estudio del concepto del tiempo en siete novelas representativas. Thesis, Iowa, 1967. Time in literature. Spanish American literature. History and criticism.
HUM 625. Karioth, Emil Joseph. Creative dramatics as an aid in developing creative thinking abilities. Thesis, Minnesota, 1967. Drama in education. Creative ability.
HUM 626. Dirrim, Allen Wendell. The Hessian Anabaptists; background and development to 1540. Thesis, Indiana, 1960.
HUM 627. Mitchell, Charles Buell. Martin Bucer and sectarian dissent: a confrontation of the magisterial reformation with Anabaptists and Spiritualists. Thesis, Yale, 1961.
HUM 628. Nottingham, William Jesse. The social ethics of Martin Bucer. Thesis, Columbia, 1962.
HUM 629. Cahill, James Francis. Wu Chen, a Chinese landscapist and bamboo painter of the fourteenth century. Thesis, Michigan, 1958. Landscape painting, Chinese.
HUM 630. Laing, Ellen Mae Johnston. Scholars and sages: a study in Chinese figure painting. Plates I-LXXXVIII (l. 185-272) of vol. 2, not microfilmed, but available for consultation at the University of Michigan Library. Thesis, Michigan, 1967.
HUM 631. March, Andrew Lee. Landscape in the thought of Su Shih (1036-1101). Thesis, Washington, 1964. Landscape painting, Chinese.
HUM 632. Saez, Richard. The redemptive Circe: illusion and the beneficence evil in Tasso, Milton, and Calderon. Thesis, Yale, 1967.
HUM 633. Oglesbee, Frank William. The basis for Marshall McLuhan's concepts of the effects of television viewing. Thesis, Missouri, 1969. Audiences.
HUM 634. Goldstein, Bernard Jon. The comprehension of poetry from recordings. Thesis, Columbia, 1952. Poetry--study and teaching--audiovisual aids.
HUM 635. Noehte, Simone (Lind). Moyse Sauve von Saint-Amant; ein Beitrag zu Konzeption und Stil des christlichen Epos in Frankreich um die Mitte des 17. Thesis, Universita Frankfurt am Main. "Literaturverzeichnis": p. 195-199.
HUM 636. Ayora, Jorge Rodrigo. A study of time in the essays and short stories of Jorge Luis Borges. Thesis, Vanderbilt, 1969.
HUM 637. Rossky, William. The theory of imagination in Elizabethan literature: psychology, rhetoric, and poetic. Thesis, New York, 1953. English literature, early modern (to 1700). History and criticism.
HUM 638. Wachal, Robert Stanley. Linguistic evidence, statistical inference and disputed authorship. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1966. Mathematical linguistics. The Federalist.
HUM 639. Kushner, David Zakeri. Ernest Bloch and his symphonic works. Thesis, Michigan, 1967.
HUM 640. Glover, Albert Gould. Charles Olson: letters for origin. Thesis, NYSU Buffalo, 1968.
HUM 641. Davis, Walter. Theories of form in modern criticism: an examination of the theories of Kenneth Burke and R.S. Crane. Thesis, Chicago, 1969.
HUM 642. Letarte, John Herbert. Effect of formal study and work experience on the occupational and self concepts of librarians. Thesis, Columbia, 1968.
HUM 643. Kim, Jaemin. Studies of segmental articulatory dynamics. Thesis, UT Austin, 1972. Phonetics. Speech.
HUM 644. Hecker, Michael Hanns Louis. A study of the relationship between consonant-vowel ratios and speaker intelligibility. Thesis, Stanford, 1974.Phonetics. Speech perception.
HUM 645. Barnes, Norman Sumner. The identification of English consonants in the postvocalic position. Thesis, Purdue, 1966. English language. Phonetics. Speech perception.
HUM 646. Cloer, Roberta Kay. Emerson's philosophy of rhetoric. Thesis, USC, 1969.
HUM 647. Maddox, Lucy Jane. Trends and issues in American librarianship as reflected in the Papers and Proceedings of the American Library Association, 1876-1885. Thesis, Ann Arbor, 1958.
HUM 648. Smith, Leon R. An investigation of the inherent qualities of musical intervals as definers of melodic tonality. Thesis, Indiana, 1967. Music intervals and scales.
HUM 649. Winold, Charles Allen. The effects of changes in harmonic tension upon listener response. Thesis, Indiana, 1963. Harmony.
HUM 650. Aulabaugh, Alan Richard. An analytical study of performance problems in the keyboard sonatas of F. J. Haydn. Thesis, SU Iowa, 1958. Haydn, Franz Josef, 1732-1809.
HUM 651. Reddick, Harvey Phillips. Johann Mattheson's forty-eight thorough-bass test-pieces: translation and commentary. Thesis, Michigan, 1956. Grosse General-Bass-Schule.
HUM 652. Young, Leonora Jeanne. A study of the eye-movements and eye-hand temporal relationships of successful and unsuccessful piano sight-readers while piano sight-reading. Thesis, Indiana, 1971. Sight-reading.
HUM 653. Fountain, Marcia Taylor. A comprehensive performance project in cello literature with a thesis on materials for teaching twentieth-century styles to young cellists, including seventy-two original etudes. Thesis, Iowa, 1971. Violoncello. Instruction and study. Studies and exercises.
HUM 654. Hartley, Kenneth R. A study of the life and works of Luther Whiting Mason. Thesis, FSU, 1960.
HUM 655. Hodges, Theodora Long. Citation indexing: its potential for bibliographical control. Thesis, Berkeley, 1972. Abstracting and indexing services.
HUM 656. Zumthor, Paul. Victor Hugo, poete de Satan. Paris, R. Laffont, 1946. La fin de Satan.
HUM 657. Anderson, David Daniel. Sherwood Anderson and the meaning of the American experience. Thesis, Michigan, 1960. Language and literature, modern.
HUM 658. Ferres, John Howard. The right place and the right people: Sherwood Anderson's search for salvation. Thesis, LSU, 1959.
HUM 659. Hammitt, Jackson Lewis. Sacred music in Berlin, 1740- 1786. Thesis, Michigan, 1970. Church Music. Germany.
HUM 660. Howe, Thalia Phillies. An interpretation of the Perseus-Gorgon myth in Greek literature and monuments through the classical period. Thesis, Columbia, 1952. Mythology, Greek.
HUM 661. Stone, Stephen Elliott. The boxer-hero as literary tragic figure: a study in contemporary relocation. Thesis, 1973. Heroes in literature. American fiction. 20th century. History and criticism.
HUM 662. Culp, James William. The judgement denouement of English Renaissance comedy from 1553-1625. Thesis, Vanderbilt, 1957. English drama. History and criticism.
HUM 663. Feldman, Sylvia Dollie. The morality-patterned comedy of the Renaissance. Thesis, Stanford, 1965. English drama. History and criticism.
HUM 664. Dougherty, Richard Martin. The scope and operating efficiency of information centers as illustrated by the Chemical-Biological Coordination Center of the National Research Council. Thesis, Rutgers, 1963.
HUM 665. Elliott, Roger William. A model for a fact retrieval system. Thesis, Texas, 1965. Electronic data processing. Cognition. Information storage and retrieval systems.
HUM 666. Sprague, Ralph Herbert. A comparative study of computer oriented systems for selectively disseminating information. Thesis, Indiana, 1964. Electronic data processing. Information storage and retrieval systems.
HUM 667. Whitlock, Leigh Stuart. Information coding and retrieval of nematology literature on the IBM 1620 computer... Thesis, Louisiana State, 1963.Electronic data processing. Information storage and retrieval systems.
HUM 668. Stodder, Joseph Henry. Satire in Jacobean tragedy. Thesis, USC, 1964. English drama. History and criticism.
HUM 669. Endicott, Annabel M. Renaissance theories of poetic decorum, and their relation to late sixteenth century poetic practice. Thesis, London, 1966. English poetry. History and criticism.
HUM 670. O'Connor, Joel Sturges. The development of an information retrieval center for the aquatic sciences. Thesis, Rhode Island, 1965. Electronic data processing. Information storage and retrieval systems.
HUM 671. Sable, Jerome David. Language and information structure in information systems. Thesis, Pennsylvania, 1965. Electronic data processing. Information storage and retrieval systems.
HUM 672. Slamecka, Vladimir. The semi-centralized system of technical documentation and information in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and East Germany... Thesis, Columbia, 1962. Information storage and retrieval systems.
HUM 673. Mjosund, Arne. On optimal literature search and methods of estimating the probability parameter. Thesis, Johns Hopkins, 1964. Information storage and retrieval systems.
HUM 674. Burt, Lesta Norris. Bibliotherapy: effect of group reading and discussion on attitudes of adult inmates in two correctional institutions. Thesis, Wisconsin, 1972. Bibliotherapy. Group reading.
HUM 675. Miller, Henry. Tropic of Capricorn. Tokyo, Keimeisha, 1956.
HUM 676. Covey, Alan Dale. Evaluation of college libraries for accreditation purposes. Thesis, Stanford, 1955.
HUM 677. Chihara, Paul Seiko. Symphony no.1. Studies of melody in four twentieth century composers. Thesis, Cornell, 1965.
HUM 678. Hilse, Walter Bruno. Factors making for coherence in the works of Paul Hindemith, 1919-1926. Thesis, Columbia, 1971.
HUM 679. Winger, Fred E. The determination of the significance of tachistoscopic training in word perception as applied to beginning typewriting instruction. Thesis, Oregon, 1951.
HUM 680. Anderson, James Doig. A comparative study of methods of arranging Chinese language author-title catalogs in large American Chinese language collections. Thesis, Columbia, 1972.
HUM 681. Martin, Alice Conkright. Toward a higher consciousness: a study of the novels of Joyce Carol Oates. Thesis, Northern Illinois, 1974. Criticism and interpretation.
HUM 682. Eitrem, Samson. Opferritus und Voropfer der Griechen und Romer von S. Eitrem. 1968. Microfilm of the 1915 edition with t.p. lacking. Sacrifice. Rites and ceremonies, Greece, Rome.
HUM 683. Voznesenskii, Ivan Ivanovich. O sovremennykh nam nuzhdakh i zadachakh russkago tserkovnago peniia. Prot. I. Voznesenskago. 2. izdanie ... Moskva, Leiptsig, Sovstvennost' izdatelia P. IUrgensona; About contemporary needs and objectives of Russian church singing. By Archpriest I. Voznesenskii. Second edition ... Moscow, Leipzig, Property of publisher P. Jurgenson. Moscow, 1899. Church music. Greek Church. Russia.
HUM 684. Cavell, Stanley. The claim to rationality: knowledge and the basis of morality. Thesis, Harvard, 1961. Knowledge, Theory of. Ethics. Wittgenstein.
HUM 685. Greene, Robert John. Faculty acceptance and use of a system providing remote bibliographical and physical access to an academic library. Thesis, FSU, 1973. Library catalogs on microfilm. Readers. Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta.
HUM 686. Lefevre, Jean Xavier. Six quartets: for clarinet, violin, viola, and cello / by Jean Xavier Lefevre (1763-1829); a critical score with analysis and historical perspective by Dave Rex Harman. Thesis, Rochester, 1974.
HUM 687. Zais, Harriet Williams. The pricing of information: a model for selective dissemination of information services. Thesis, UC, 1975. Information services. Economic aspects.
HUM 688. Kiorpes, George Anthony. The performance of ornaments in the work of Chopin. Thesis, Boston, 1975. Embellishment (Music).
HUM 689. Grossman, Orin Louis. The piano sonatas of Jan Ludislav Dussek, 1760-1812. Thesis, Yale, 1975.
HUM 690. Erickson-Bloch, Susan Elizabeth. The keyboard music of Domenica Zipoli, 1688-1726. Thesis, Cornell, 1975.
HUM 691. Feldman, Seth R. Evolution of style in the early work of Dziga Vertov. Thesis, New York at Buffalo, 1976. Moving pictures, Documentary. Russia.
HUM 693. Eldredge, Sears Atwood. Masks: their use and effectiveness in actor training programs. Thesis, Michigan State, 1975. Acting. Study and teaching.
HUM 694. Fenaughty, T.J. An approach to a beginning course in the fundamentals of acting for college students. Thesis, Columbia, 1964. Acting. Study and teaching.
HUM 695. Henshaw, Nancy W. Graphic sources for a modern approach to the acting of restoration comedy. Thesis, Pittsburgh, 1967. Engish drama. History and criticism.
HUM 696. Vinquist, Mary. Recorder tutors of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries: technique & performance practice. Thesis, UNC Chapel Hill, 1974. Recorder (Musical instrument). Instruction and study.
HUM 697. Reidenbaugh, Gerald F. The development of an instructional program in acting: a comparison of the effectiveness of programmed instruction with the lecture demonstration approach to teaching basic acting concepts. Thesis, Syracuse, 1966. Acting. Study and Teaching.
HUM 698. Feldshuh, David M. Seven consciousnes-expanding techniques and their relevance to actor training. Thesis, Minnesota, 1975. Acting. Study and teaching. Actors. Psychology.
HUM 699. Anschuetz, Carol L. Word creation in Kotik Letaev and Kresceny J. kitaec. Thesis, Princeton, 1972.
HUM 700. Haight, Anne L. Bookmaking on the distaff side. Vol. 1 (1937). Women printers. Printing. Specimens.
HUM 701. Pratt, Rosalie Rebollo. Jhan Baptist Krumpholz: his harp compositions and pedagogy, implications for the twentieth century harpist. Thesis, Columbia, 1976.
HUM 702. Vondran, Raymond F. Jr.. The effect of method of research on the information seeking behavior of academic historians. Thesis, Wisconsin-Madison, 1976. Historical research.
HUM 703. Allen, Sheila Marie. German Baroque opera (1678-1740): with a practical edition of selected soprano arias. Thesis, Rochester, 1974. Excerpts. Vocal scores with continuo.
HUM 704. Sizer, Leonard M. Role conception, role discrepancy, and institutional context: a study of the protestant ministry. Thesis, Iowa, 1954.
HUM 705. Soper, Mary Ellen. The relationship between personal collections and the selection of cited references. Thesis, Illinois Urbana-Champaign, 1972. Information science. Research. Methodology.
HUM 706. Harrison, Richard Leigh. The reformation of the theological faculty of the university of Tubingen, 1534-1555. Thesis, Vanderbilt, 1975.
HUM 707. Welsh, John Dickinson. From play to musical: comparative studies of Ferenc Molnar's Liliom with Rodger's and Oscar Hammerstein ll's Carousel and Sydney Howard's They knew what they wanted with Frank Loesser's The most happy fella. Thesis, Tulane, 1968.
HUM 708. Kaye, Milton. Richard Rodgers: a comparative melody analysis of his songs with Hart and Hammerstein lyrics. Thesis, New York, 1969. Musical revue, comedies, etc.
HUM 709. Kislan, Richard J. Nine musical plays of Rodgers and Hammerstein: a critical study in content and form. Thesis, New York, 1970. Musical revue, comedies, etc.
HUM 710. Smith, Marian Monta. Six miles to dawn: an analysis of the modern American musical comedy. Thesis, Cornell, 1971. Musical revue, comedies, etc.
HUM 714. Elliott, Floyd Gene. A study of the use by undergraduates of one university library. Thesis, FSU, 1977. Library use studies.
HUM 716. Eckersberg, Christoffer Wilhelm. Ti tegninger af Christoffer Wilhelm Eckerberg: gengivelser i lystryk. Copenhagen, 1921. Drawings, Danish.
HUM 717. Minzloff, Karl Rudolph. S. R. Sergei Rudolfovich. Beitrage zur livlandischen Sittengeschichte des 18. jahrhunderts. [Date?] Estonia. History. Peter the Great.
HUM 718. Kalevala. Estonian.Karjalan kansan runot: Kalevalanaiheiset keviovaiset runot / V. Jevsejev. Talinn: Eesti Raamat, 1976.
HUM 719. Williams, W.C. Spring and all. Dijon, 1923. Columbia University Special Collections.
HUM 720. Jones, David Baker. The National Film Board of Canada: the development of its documentary acheivement. Thesis, Stanford, 1977. Moving pictures, Documentary. Canada.
HUM 721. Jackson, Donald George. The changing myth of Frankenstein: a historical analysis of the interactions of a myth, thechnology, and society. Thesis, UT Austin, 1976.
HUM 722. Sag, Ivan Andrew. Deletion and logical form. Thesis, MIT, 1976. English language. Verb phrase.
HUM 723. Eid, Mushira Abou-Bakr. Constraints on copying and deletion in syntax. Thesis, Minnesota, 1977. Grammar, comparative and general.
HUM 725. Royal Institute of British Architects, London. British Architectural Library unpublished manuscripts. 16 reels. Architecture. Great Britain. Sources. Finding aid: REFERENCE Z5944.G7 R6 Index.
HUM 727. Hallman, Barbara McClung. Italian cardinals, reform, and the church as property, 1492-1563. Thesis, UCLA, 1974. Catholic Church. History. Modern.
HUM 728. Lukens, Michael Baird. Georg Witzel and 16th century catholic reform. Thesis, Brown, 1974.
HUM 729. Stafford, William S. Domesticating the clergy: the inception of the reformation in Strasbourg, 1522-1524. Thesis, Yale, 1974.
HUM 730. Seward, James Edwin. A rhetorical analysis of four songs in the rhetoric of the U.S. involvement in Indochina, 1966-1970. Thesis, Ohio State, 1974. Vietnamese conflict, 1961-.
HUM 731. McCorkle, Suzanne. The language of the Saturday morning ghetto. Thesis, Colorado, 1978. Television programs for children. Content. analysis.
HUM 732. 4 reels. Sobranie Tserkovnyi Rukopisei. Seventeenth century Russian religious texts. Russia. Eastern Orthodox Church.
HUM 733. Savage, George Howard. Synthetic evolution and the American west: the influence of Herbert Spancer on the later novels of Hamlin Garland. Thesis, Tulsa, 1974. Criticism and interpretation.
Hum 734. Finnegan, Robert Emmett, Jr. MS Junius XI Christ and Satan and the Latin and Vernacular prose homiletic traditions. Thesis, Notre Dame, 1969.
HUM 735. Kitchel, Luann Marie. A critical study of the middle English Alexander romances. Thesis, Michigan State, 1973.
HUM 736. Buck, David Earle. Studies in Middle English Alexander literature. Thesis, Missouri, 1972.
HUM 737. Ribuffo, Leo Paul. Protestants on the right: William Dudley Pelley, Gerald B. Winrod, and Gerald L. K. Smith. Thesis, Yale, 1976. Christianity and antisemitism.
HUM 739-749. These numbers were never assigned.
HUM 750. German Baroque literature. 656 reels, 3087 titles. "The purpose in view was to represent the Baroque period in its own literary productions from its beginnings about 1575 to its last echoes about 1740." Finding aids; Bibliography on reels 655 and 656; German Baroque Literature; A Catalogue of the Collection in the Yale University Library, Curt von Faber du Faur, 3 vols., REFERENCE Z2232 .Y35; Bibliography-Index to the Microfilm Edition of the Yale University Library Collection of German Baroque Literature, 1971, REFERENCE Z 2232 .Y353.
This inventory was created by Risa Bear, Deidre Dieffenbacher,
Ray-Fone Kao, Linda Lin, and Tamara Vidos, April 1998.