• Acousmatic Approaches to the Construction of Image and Space in Sound Art 

      Batchelor, Peter (Article)
      This article considers ideas of image and space as they apply to acousmatic music and to sound art, establishing overlaps and compatibilities which are perhaps overlooked in the current trend to consider these two genres ...
    • Adaptations of Othello: (In)Adaptability and Transmedial Representations of Race 

      Rafferty, Barclay (Thesis or dissertation / Doctoral / PhD)
      This thesis examines adaptations of William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice (c. 1601–4) across media, comparing cinematic, televisual, musical, visual art, and online adaptations, among others, in ...
    • Architecture and algorithms in the composition of analogies. 

      Herrema, Ron (Conference)
      This paper presents an interdisciplinary approach to the composition of a piece for orchestra entitled Analogies. Composition involved the creation of musical analogies to structural characteristics found in architecture. ...
    • Consolation through music: A survey study 

      Even though music is widely used as a source of solace, the question as to how and why music offers consolation remains largely unexplored. The aims of the present study are as follows: (a) to compare listening to music ...
    • Corporeality in Music for Contemporary Dance 

      Nederberg, Annelie (Thesis or dissertation / Doctoral / PhD)
      The focus of this thesis is how the body and its corporeal articulations can be used as a tool for composing for contemporary dance, with the aim of creating music with corporeal qualities that communicates on a physical ...
    • Cultures of Addiction 

      Lee, J. (Book)
      Different cultures and the specific culture manifested within them are intrinsically linked to addiction in a complex fashion which has a long history. For important thinkers, such as Nietzsche, addiction actually embodies ...
    • The Descent of the Lyre 

      It is the early nineteenth century, and the Bulgarian village of Gela, the legendary home of Orpheus, is suffering under the heavy taxation and arbitrary justice of Ottoman rule. When his bride-to-be is abducted the night ...
    • Electroacoustic Music before Language 

      Emmerson, Simon (Conference)
      'The Language of Electroacoustic Music' (Emmerson, 1986) has remained in print continuously since its publication. This paper examines the questions: What has changed in this time? Why has electroacoustic music practice ...
    • Emergence des dimensions temporelles dans la musique électroacoustique 

      Dahan, Kevin (Conference)
      La musique électroacoustique, pour celui qui l’analyse ou qui la compose, présente, de par la difficulté de la réduire – à une notation, à une structure, à un style, … – un objet d’étude polymorphe. Au travers d’exemples, ...
    • An empirical investigation into heightened listening as an access tool for electroacoustic music. 

      Holland, David (Thesis or dissertation / Masters / MA by research)
      The heightened listening (HL) project investigated whether raising aural awareness in young inexperienced listeners could influence their appreciation of electroacoustic (E/A) music that includes real world sounds. It ...
    • Englishness: Twentieth-Century Popular Culture and the Forming of English Identity 

      The book examines the conflicts, dilemmas and contradictions that marked Englishness as the nation changed from an imperial power to a postcolonial state. The chapters deal with such topics as travel writing, popular song, ...
    • Estuaries 1 

      Battey, B. (Animation / Recording, musical)
      'Estuaries 1' is the first of the Estuaries series of audiovisual compositions, which explore the expressive potentials of the author's Variable-Coupled Map Networks and OptiNelder methods for generative music and image. ...
    • Estuaries 2 

      Battey, B. (Animation / Recording, musical)
      'Estuaries 2' is the second of the author's Estuaries series of audiovisual compositions, which explore the expressive potential of the authors Variable-Coupled Map Networks and OptiNelder methods for generative music and ...
    • Estuaries 3 

      Battey, B. (Animation / Recording, musical)
      'Estuaries 3' is the third of the author's Estuaries series of audiovisual compositions, which explore the expressive potential of the author's Variable-Coupled Map Networks and the author's OptiNelder video filter for ...
    • Exploring compositional relationships between acousmatic music and electronica 

      Ramsay, Ben (Thesis or dissertation / Doctoral / PhD)
      This research explores the compositional relationships between acousmatic music and electronica in order to offer a way of unifying the two musical forms. The original contribution to knowledge comes from the creation of ...
    • The Feather 

      Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
      The Feather is a digital score for an improvising quartet. It is inspired by an extract from a Tove Jansson short story The Scolder from her book The Summer Book. In this extract an elderly grandmother is lying down on a ...
    • The Feather Quartet 

      Vear, Craig (Presentation)
      The Feather Quartet is a digital score for an improvising quartet. It is inspired by an extract from a Tove Jansson short story The Scolder from her book The Summer Book. In this extract an elderly grandmother is lying ...
    • The Feather Quartet 

      Vear, Craig (Musical Score)
      The Feather Quartet is a digital score for an improvising quartet. It is inspired by an extract from a Tove Jansson short story The Scolder from her book The Summer Book. In this extract an elderly grandmother is lying ...
    • Gesamtkomposition and the digital opera: A Sentimental Journey 

      Vear, Craig (Article)
      This article discusses the concept of Gesamtkomposition as a means with which to consider the mutual affection of sensorial media and its operational significance at the point of composition. It analyses and reflects upon ...
    • Gravities, trajectories and Postcards: the heard space in intermedial performance. 

      Vear, Craig (Book chapter)
      As this is a short essay, I will get straight to the point. In doing so I expose that fact that I am audile , and believe that sound is a significant part of the audio-visual contract of live performance. Actually, I would ...