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Research Supervisions




16.
"Sounding a history of the guitar in Queensland. (2019). Duncan Gardiner, DMA Thesis
 
15.
"Spoken Lieder": Expanding upon the growing field of music for spoken voice and instrument.. (2018). Padraig Parkhurst, MMus Thesis
 
14.
Mapping, Interpreting and Understanding of symbiotic relationship between the composer and the performer in my collaborative practice.. (2019). Michal Rosiak, DMA Thesis

13.
Understanding the Visual Artwork Influences in the Music of Phillip Houghton (2018). Ian Ahles, Master Thesis

12.
Teaching English Through Music: A Preliminary Investigation (2017). Jack Jones, BM with Honours Thesis.

11.
Exploring a Modified Fifths Tuning as a Vehicle for Composition for Jazz Guitar (2017). Andrea Vocaturo, DMA.

10.
Composing Contrapuntal Words: Developing an Aesthetics and Practice in Counterpoint in the 21st-century (2017). Liam Flennady, PhD.

9.
Persevere: Musical Harmony after Lacan's Pantheon Period (2017). Reilly Smethurst, PhD.

8.
An investigation into my composition process: developing a notational language     allowing for situational live music performance (2016). Jazmin Leung, BM with Honours Thesis.

7.
Adapting the Music of Argentinean Tango for Wind Quintet: Techniques for Arranging and Performance (2015). Natalie Jacobs, MMus.

6.
Sonic Ecologies: Environmental Electroacoustic Music Composition in Cultural Immersion (2014). Leah Barclay, PhD.

5.
Tango, from Perception to Creation: A pianist's quest to capture the essence of Tango in performance and composition (2014). Cecile Elton, DMA.

4.
Talking the Intangible: Contemporary Classical Pianists Elusive Aspects of Music-Making (2013). Kirsty Guster, PhD.

3.
The Pipe Organ and Real-Time Digital Signal Processing (2011). Andrew Blackburn, DMA.

2.
Style and Genre Synthesis in Music Composition: Revealing and Examining the Craft and Creative Processes in Composing Poly-Genre Music (2011). Michael Knoppf, DMA.

1.
The 'Inner Voice': Musical Language and Meaning in Clara Wieck-Schumann's Composition (2010). Diane Meretta Selmon, PhD.