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  1. Charles Martin

    ... is defined by an approach to interaction rather than their instruments. While percussionists are accustomed to exploring ... explore the ‘infiltration’ of iPad-based musical instruments into a free-improvisation percussion ensemble. I will discuss the design approach for two different iPad percussion instruments and the methodology for exploring them with the group over ...

    u4674040 - 08/25/2014 - 16:30

  2. Worldly addition hits the right note

    ... of Music is the custodian of a wide range of percussion instruments, including a complete set of Ashanti and Ewe drums that I brought ... Javanese Gamelan orchestra, a family of Brazilian Samba instruments as well as a Chinese and South Indian percussion collection.” ...

    u4674848 - 08/27/2013 - 16:39

  3. School of Music lecturer invents instrument stand

    ... players and musicians who play a range of heavy wind instruments. The stand was invented by musician John Mackey from the ANU ... of spinal, neck and back problems due to weight of their instruments and the repetitive nature of their work, forcing many to limit ...

    u1022678 - 10/18/2016 - 13:15

  4. Music curatorship

    ... Music curatorship spans the care and exhibition of musical instruments and related material culture in museums, archives and libraries, as ... is also supported by our exceptional collection of musical instruments from throughout history and around the world, which includes full ...

    u4674848 - 11/03/2017 - 13:59

  5. Érard

    ... to escape the French Revolution and continue building instruments. Their first grand piano was completed in 1796. Érard instruments have certain characteristics in their design that make them English ...

    u4674040 - 09/23/2015 - 12:32

  6. Performance studies including Historical performance

    ... area is supported by our exceptional collection of musical instruments from throughout history and around the world, which includes ... and reproduction keyboards, guitars, brass, and wind instruments. Also in this collection are rare electronic instruments including ...

    u4674848 - 10/16/2017 - 16:44

  7. Carl Rönisch

    ... pianos are known as some of the most prestigious German instruments of the 19 th Century. Carl Rönisch opened his piano workshop in Dresden in 1845, and was known for the quality of his instruments, and the tone that they created. Rönisch pianos had cast-iron ...

    u4674040 - 09/23/2015 - 12:31

  8. Music and sustainability: culture and the environment in the 21st century

    ... and more exotic woods and materials used to make high-class instruments of all sorts coming under the multilateral treaty; CITES, ... and makers of tomorrow turn to? Will the sound of instruments the people of today are used to be changed forever in the not so ...

    u3177641 - 11/04/2013 - 15:14

  9. Historical musicology

    ... through the critical examination of musical scores, texts, instruments and other artifacts. Historical performance practice is the applied ... and recordings, and by our collection of Western period instruments, which includes Australia’s largest collection of antique and ...

    u4674848 - 10/16/2017 - 16:36

  10. Muzio Clementi & Co

    ... performer, publisher, and piano manufacturer). Clementi’s instruments were typically English in style, decoration and action, and were seen as some of the best instruments until Clementi’s workshop burnt down in 1807 and he stopped piano ...

    u4674040 - 06/22/2016 - 11:53


Updated:  12 June 2013/Responsible Officer:  Head, School of Music/Page Contact:  Development Officer