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100 Objects

Object #17. The Joly Braga Santos Piano Concerto: from Nearly-Forgotten to Object of Research

Object #17. The Joly Braga Santos Piano Concerto: from Nearly-Forgotten to Object of Research

Posted on 4 October 2018 by Lauren Sourbutts

By Ana Beatriz Ferreira (PhD in Performance) Ever since organising and performing at the UK premiere of Joly Braga Santos’s Piano Concerto, in London in 2015, I have developed a […]

Object #16. Ralph: Life and Adventures of an Enemy Alien. An interdisciplinary workshop extravaganza!

Object #16. Ralph: Life and Adventures of an Enemy Alien. An interdisciplinary workshop extravaganza!

Posted on 11 May 2018 by Lauren Sourbutts

By Ben Davis (PhD in Music) The object for this blog entry is the extract of a scene from a newly written play by Sophie Rashbrook about the life of […]

Object #15. Promoting Classical Music Today: Making a Video for a New CD of Piano Transcriptions

Object #15. Promoting Classical Music Today: Making a Video for a New CD of Piano Transcriptions

Posted on 23 March 2018 by Lauren Sourbutts

By David Aijon Bruno (MA Music Studies) When I volunteered to give this rather improvised presentation for Cardiff University’s Postgraduate Forum, little did I know that the platform came with […]

Object #14. Poulenc’s Organ Concerto: Allusions and Receptions

Object #14. Poulenc’s Organ Concerto: Allusions and Receptions

Posted on 9 February 2018 by Lauren Sourbutts

By Thomas Pitt (MA in Music Studies) Francis Poulenc (1899-1963) was never shy of borrowing (or, more accurately, stealing) materials from other composers’ works, whether by direct quotation or by […]

Object #13. GFRIEND’s ‘Me Gustas Tu’ (오늘부터 우리는) and the South Korean wall of loudspeakers

Object #13. GFRIEND’s ‘Me Gustas Tu’ (오늘부터 우리는) and the South Korean wall of loudspeakers

Posted on 9 January 2018 by Lauren Sourbutts

By Andrew Goddard (MA Music) Being a fan of K-pop – that is, pop music from South Korea – I decided to present at the Postgraduate Forum the music video […]

Object #12. Rob Young’s Electric Eden and Environmental Disaster.

Object #12. Rob Young’s Electric Eden and Environmental Disaster.

Posted on 6 December 2017 by Lauren Sourbutts

By Isabel Thomas (MA Music) About three years ago I bought the book Electric Eden: Unearthing Britain’s Visionary Music, (London: Faber, 2010) by Rob Young, in the brilliant second-hand section […]

Object #11. Nick Land’s Meltdown: Cycles of Futurism in Internet Music Culture

Object #11. Nick Land’s Meltdown: Cycles of Futurism in Internet Music Culture

Posted on 15 November 2017 by Lauren Sourbutts

By Henry Morgan (PhD Musicology) Recently, I have been investigating the Internet as a relatively new and unique cultural space in which artistic communities are formed and musical activity is […]