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  • Theory Fundamentals Workbook 

    Young, Gregory (2023)
    This workbook is a practical method for learning the rudiments of music, which are essential to a thorough understanding of music in general. Designed as a supplement to professional instruction rather than a manual for ...
  • A View From the Inside: Ensemble Directors’ Perspectives on Standards-Based Instruction 

    Harney, Kristin; Greene, Jennifer L. R.; Katz-Cote; Mulcahy, Krista; Moates Stanley, Laura (SAGE Publications, 2022-10)
    In this mixed-methods study, we explored perspectives of ensemble directors (N = 306) regarding standards-based instruction and circumstances impacting standards-based instruction in the areas of creating, performing, ...
  • Investigating Neighborhood Character in the Northeast Neighborhood of Bozeman, MT 

    Cowan, Susanne; Church, Sarah; Radulski, Brennan; Dalvit, Ryen; Giddings, Kip; Rosenthal, Jack; Peoria, Joe (Montana State University School of Architecture, 2022-09)
    This study examines the changes occurring in the built environment and in the social character of the Northeast neighborhood of Bozeman. This project was initiated at the request of the Northeast Neighborhood Association ...
  • Foundational Sight Singing 

    Stewart, Tobin (Montana State University, 2022-09)
    Sight reading music can be a daunting endeavor for aspiring, and even experienced, musicians. Foundational Sight Singing was created to provide a systematic approach to learn to read, hear and perform music. The ordered ...
  • Assessing Housing Retrofits in Historic Districts in Havre Montana 

    Mukhopadhyay, Jaya; Ore, Janet; Amende, Kevin (2019-11)
    This paper explores the impact of retrofitting single-family residential buildings in historic districts with energy efficiency measures that are compliant with the 2012 version of the International Energy Conservation ...
  • The Mythmaker: Hyam Maccoby and the Invention of Christianity 

    Moore, Rebecca (2017-07)
    This essay examines the writings of Hyam Maccoby, a twentieth-century Jewish scholar of rabbinic Judaism and early Christianity. After locating Maccoby in the context of Jewish anti-Christian writings, it presents his ...
  • Fourth Style responses to 'period rooms' of the Second and Third Styles at Villa A ("of Poppaea") at Oplontis 

    Gee, Regina (2015-02)
    This essay presents selected examples of the Fourth Style at Villa A (\of Poppaea\") at Oplontis as viewed through a particular analytical lens (for a plan of Villa A, see Abb. 1 in J. R. CLARKE’S article in this volume). ...

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