Thai Suite: with analysis

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Thai Suite: with analysis

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Suponpong, Sarinda
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creator

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Elwood, Paul, 1958-
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thesis advisor

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Ehle, Robert C.
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committee member

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School of Music
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sponsor

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University of Northern Colorado
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degree grantor

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Greeley (Colo.)

University of Northern Colorado
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2012-05

2012-05


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English

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47 pages

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Thai traditional music can be separated into four major styles as based on each region of Thailand. Although the music is pentatonic (anhemitonic), each style differs in sonority, rhythm, and melody. Western art music, especially the music of the 20th century, employs a wide range of compositional techniques that can be utilized with traditional Thai music to create new sounds. This thesis composition, “Thai Suite,” in four-movements for wind ensemble, with analysis, demonstrates how traditional Thai music can be integrated into contemporary Western compositional practices through the medium of the modern wind ensemble.
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MA
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master
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Thailand

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Copyright is held by the author.
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English
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eng

Subject
Musical scores

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Musical compositions

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Wind ensembles

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http://hdl.handle.net/10176/cogru:3335