Off the Staves
Session One: Notation, Score, Performance
- Shaun David Crowdus, Bangor University 'Notational Limitations in Engraving Software: Death to Artistic Creativity?'
- Anthony Pryer, Goldsmiths, University of London 'Freedom From/Freedom To: Ideological Aspects of the Relationship between Notation and Creativity'
- Gorwel Owen, Bangor University 'Indeterminacy and Performance'
- Graham Troeger Bier, University of York 'Reviving an Aural Tradition: The Musical Implications of Performaing from 15th-century Notation'
- Kate Maxwell, University of Glasgow 'Uneasy Bedfellows? Medieval Notation, Graphic Notation, and Jacques Derrida'
- Elina G Hamilton 'Sound Which is Music, Sound Which is Not: Musical Concepts Between the Ninth and Twentieth Centuries'
- Scott McLaughlin, University of Huddersfield 'What Remains': Musical Structure as a Function of Notation in Experimental Music'
- Nicola Davico, Conservatorio di Torino - Italy 'When Music Meets Art: Connections and Influences Between Music Notation and Visual Arts in the mid-20th Century'
- Joseph Kudirka, University of Huddersfield 'Number and Numeral: The Relationship between the Piece, the Score, and Performance'
- Richard Glover, University of Huddersfield 'The Compositional Use of Numerals in Music Notation'
- Nicholas Melia 'Il Canto Sospeso: Reading Silence in the European Avant-garde'
- Christian Thomas Leitmeir, Bangor University 'The Signs of Silence: Challenges of Notating 'Nothing', Then and Now'
- Richard Polfreman, University of Southampton 'Frameworks 3D: Adding Fluidity to Computer-Based Notation'
- George Athanasopoulos, University of Edinburgh 'Innovative Approaches to Scoring Music from the University of Edinburgh Composers and Sound Designers'