|Dissertation/Thesis: In print||
AuthorLastname, Firstname. "Title of Dissertation/Thesis." Diss. Name of University, Year. Medium.
Norvell, Loring Linwood. "Symphony in E-flat, opus 1 by Igor Stravinsky." DMA Diss., Arizona State
University, 1989. Print
|Dissertation/Thesis: Online||AuthorLastname, Firstname. "Title of Dissertation/Thesis." Diss. Name of University, Year. Medium. Date Accessed.
Davis, Carla Mia. "Effects of Early and Late Rest Intervals on Performance and Consolidation of a
Keyboard Sequence." Ph.D. Diss., Univ. of Texas at Austin, 2007. Web. 23 February 2013.
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