Recent Submissions

  • Die lewe en werk van Gabriel Gideon Cillie (1910-2000) in kultuurhistoriese perspektief 

    Erasmus, Joanita (University of the Free State, 2006-11)
    English: This study aims to outline the life and work of Gabriel Gideon Cillié (1910-2000). In his lifetime Cillié was an authority in the fields of Mathematics and Astronomy. He also made a particularly meaningful ...
  • Musical memory and musical analysis: strategies for the memorization of selected tonal piano compositions 

    Froneman, Anchen (University of the Free State, 2008-11)
    English: Memorization plays an integral part of musical perfromance practice, especially as it is generally expected of pianists to memorize works for public performance. Since music is a temporal phenomenon, it relies ...
  • An exposition of musical arts education in Malawi 

    Ligoya, Alinane Mildred (University of the Free State, 2013-01)
    English: Musical Arts are a vibrant and integral part of life and culture in the Jali area. Zomba district. Southern Malawi. The musical arts types (magule) are a means by which culturally significant knowledge. attitudes ...
  • The pathway of music acculturation: a duet between parent and infant 

    Pretorius, Gerda Georgina (University of the Free State, 2013-11)
    English: In designing a pathway model of music acculturation, it is proposed that infants are born musical, are ready at birth to process musical information and motivated to take part in musical communication. This ...
  • Griqua hymnody: a musical ethnography of Griqua identity through song 

    Meyer, Chester Aubrey (University of the Free State, 2015-01)
    English: The study presents the hymnodic practises of the Griqua community belonging to the Kranshoek based Griqua Independent Church. The research traces the history of the Griqua and their hymns from eighteenth century ...
  • The role of emotional intelligence in music performance anxiety 

    Jansen van Rensburg, Magdalena Petronella (University of the Free State, 2005)
    The aim of this article is to provide a theoretical frame of reference for Music Performance Anxiety (MPA) and Emotional Intelligence (EI) through an investigation of existing theories concerning the two constructs. The ...
  • 'n Bespreking van liturgiese orrelmusiek, bande 1 tot 6 

    Groenewald, Wilna (University of the Free State, 1990-06)
    Abstract not available
  • The Chewa art of drumming and its influence on modern Malawian music 

    Nthala, Grant Macloly Moloko (University of the Free State, 2009-05)
    English: Traditionally appropriate Chewa dance performances require specialized performers: singers, hand-clappers, organizers, dancers and drummers. As performers of Chewa dances grow into the necessity of surviving rival ...
  • Nico Carstens as innoveerder van Suid-Afrikaanse populêre musiek 

    Louw, Susanna Helena Robina (University of the Free State, 2013-01)
    English: This study focuses on the contribution of the South African accordion player and composer, Nico Carstens. As one of the most notable early exponents of South African light music, Nico Carstens has delivered a ...
  • An exposition of musical arts education in Malawi 

    Ligoya, Alinane Mildred (University of the Free State, 2013-01)
    English: Musical Arts are a vibrant and integral part of life and culture in the Jali area, Zomba district, Southern Malawi. The musical arts types (magule ) are a means by which culturally significant knowledge, attitudes ...