Search for dissertations about: "18th century England"

Found 2 swedish dissertations containing the words 18th century England.

  1. 1. Ramble, linger and gaze

    University dissertation from Stockholm : KTH

    Author : Katja Grillner; [2000]
    Keywords : TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; architecture; landscape; representation; 18thcentury land­scape garden; 18th century England; ThomasWhately; Joseph Heely; Hagley Park; garden history; gardentheory; garden representation; garden experience; architecturalrepresentation; poetic representation; narrativerepresentation; philosophical dialogue; architectural researchmethodology; hermeneutics.; TECHNOLOGY Civil engineering and architecture Architecture and architectural conservation and restoration Architecture; TEKNIKVETENSKAP Samhällsbyggnadsteknik och arkitektur Arkitektur och bebyggelsevård Arkitektur;

    Abstract : Ramble, linger, and gaze explores a method of architecturalresearch based on narrative dialogue and examines the gardentheories and lite­rary garden representations of ThomasWhately (Observations on Modern gardening 1770) and JosephHeely (Letters on the Beauties of Hagley, Envil, and theLeasowes 1777). The thesis has the form of a narrated dialoguebetween these two writers and the narrator, and it is situatedat Hagley Park, Worchestershire, England. READ MORE

  2. 2. "Sweetenings" and "Babylonish Gabble" : Flute Vibrato and Articulation of Fast Passages in the 18:th and 19:th centuries

    University dissertation from Göteborg

    Author : Maria Bania; Göteborgs universitet.; Gothenburg University.; [2008]
    Keywords : HUMANIORA; HUMANITIES; Historical Performance Practice; Flute; Vibrato; Articulation; Double-tonguing; Artistic Research; Flattement; Johann Joachim Quantz; Johann George Tromlitz; Morten Raehs; Johan Helmich Roman; Charles Nicholson; Louis Drouët;

    Abstract : During the 18th and 19th centuries, vibrato as well as the articulation of fast passages was often not indicated in the musical scores, but was left to the players discretion within prevailing practice. A finger-vibrato technique that this study names the flattement technique was the most recommended vibrato technique in Western classical music throughout the 18th century. READ MORE