CSUN Electronic Theses & Dissertations



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  • Bax, Kailey (California State University, Northridge, 2015-05-29)
    The purpose of this study was to examine gender role traits and gender role beliefs, and how they influence depressive symptomatology and life satisfaction. Gender role norms have been slowly changing over the past century. ...
  • Wu, Sandra Yu Hui (2010-05)
    The Piano Concerto No.1 in E minor, Opus 11 was performed by Chopin for his farewell concert shortly after its completion in Warsaw in October of 1830. When the score was published in 1833, it included a dedication to ...
  • Vail, Steven J. (2011-05)
    A great volume of material has been written in textbooks to suggest that a composer suffers from a handicap, a sort of emotional or psychological torment which, when properly channeled, produces a brilliant musical work. ...
  • McClenahan, Brendan (2011-08)
    The musical program of this recital represents a range of periods, from baroque to romantic, and demonstrates an equally wide range of emotion through text and music. Sampling songs from England, Italy, Germany and France ...
  • Haren, Jennifer (2008-05)
    This graduate voice recital is largely made up of songs composed during the Romantic and Contemporary eras. Despite its narrow historical span, the recital's program covers a broad range of emotion, musicality, and varying ...