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  • Gribbon, Eva (2021-06-13)
    The COVID-19 pandemic forced British Columbia museums to close to the public for a period of time in 2020. As traditional museum engagement takes place in person at museums, many B.C. museums transferred some engagement ...
  • Brennan, Juan Arturo (2020-03-02)
    Juan Arturo Brennan is a leading radio and TV host, and film critic based in Mexico City. He is the music critic for the daily La Jornada and a reviewer for Pauta magazine, the most important Mexican journal on musical ...
  • Concord, Alisabeth Lauren (2016-12-21)
    In the process of carving a new England out of the southern end of Vancouver Island in the later nineteenth century, the population of Victoria, BC sought to forge a British identity for themselves through music and its ...
  • Sim, Sheila May (2018-11-02)
    This study explores society's influence on our beliefs about music in general and music education in particular. My interest in this topic stems from my work as a music educator and my desire to understand more fully the ...
  • Vassallo, Juan Sebastian (2019-08-22)
    It has been demonstrated that early, formal and extensive musical training induces changes both at the structural and functional levels in the brain. Previous evidence suggests that musicians are particularly skilled in ...
  • Whyte, Karen (2013-01-14)
    The purpose of this project was to inform and enhance my work as a cello and string teacher in public and private schools, and as a performing cellist. The project encompasses three parts. For four terms I studied ...
  • Tzanetakis, George; Perry, Cook (IEEE, 2002-07)
    Musical genres are categorical labels created by humans to characterize pieces of music. A musical genre is characterized by the common characteristics shared by its members. These characteristics typically are related ...
  • Reynolds, Dwight Fletcher (2019-04-01)
    What types of changes occurred in musical traditions around the Mediterranean during the shift from Late Antiquity to the European Middle Ages (which corresponds to the 'Golden Age' of Arabo-Islamic civilization)? And what ...
  • 2bears, Jackson; Gibson, Steve; Hegarty, Paul; Kroker, Arthur; Kroker, Marilouise; Roos, Kristen (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2004-11-26)
    Music performances by Paul Hegarty, Steve Gibson, Arthur and Marilouise Kroker, Jackson 2bears and Kristen Roos.
  • Fujinaga, Ichiro; Goto, Masataka; Tzanetakis, George (Hindawi, 2007)
    Editorial. "The main focus of this special issue is on the application of digital signal processing techniques for music information retrieval (MIR)."
  • Jia, Xueyao (2019-04-29)
    Deep learning is increasingly being used in a wide variety of tasks and application domains. In this project, the use of deep learning in automatic choreography is explored. Automatic music choreography has potential ...
  • Zachary, Anderson (2017-04-09)
    This study describes existing community-based choirs for persons with dementia (PwD) and their family caregivers (CGs). Although there is growing interest in choirs for PwD and a number of publications, to our knowledge ...
  • Brosin, Annette (2015-12-17)
    A radical transformation is taking place in today’s society with the rapid developments in digital technology. The digital dispersion of information occurs globally at an unprecedented speed, altering innumerable aspects ...
  • Roberts, Anna Lise (2012-09-07)
    Musical theatre is a common discipline being taught in schools on Vancouver Island. Since there is no set curriculum in British Columbia, each school develops its own musical theatre curriculum. This study examines best ...
  • Hough, Adam (2011-08-22)
    This thesis seeks a reappraisal of Martin Luther’s complex understanding of theology’s place in the social and political reformation of sixteenth century Germany. Here I seek to reintroduce an element of that theology that ...
  • Macdonald, Erin Geneva (2016-04-11)
    The thesis explores the collective identities present among Sunni and Shii Muslims in Canada and their experiences of identity construction and collective identity construction in Canada. The thesis also seeks to identify ...
  • Yang, Haiyan (2018-10-23)
    The initiation of the cancer process is associated with mutations. Analysis of environmental exposure to chemical or physical agents causing these genetic alterations is of great importance in order to develop strategies ...
  • Cheung, Karen K. M. (2008-05-21)
    Francisella tularensis is a highly infectious. Gram-negative coccobacillus that is the etiological agent of the acute. febrile. zoonotic disease tularemia. A ca. 35 kb Francisella pathogenicity island (FM) was previously ...
  • Dunsford, Clare (Pacific Centre for Technology and Culture, 2004-10-22)
    Clare Dunsford will read from her book-in-progress, Spelling Love With an X: A Mother, A Son, and the Gene that Binds Them. Part medical memoir, part poetic meditation on identity in the age of the gene, the book is also ...
  • Sinclair, Graham Bernard (2018-09-21)
    Gaucher disease, the most common lysosomal storage disorder, results from a deficiency in the enzyme glucocerebrosidase. Inherited as an autosomal recessive disorder, Gaucher disease is clinically heterogeneous with both ...