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    Tribute
    Kim, S ; Song, Y (Universal Music Korea, 2019)
    Tribute pays homage to female composers and lyricists who have contributed to the body of jazz standard repertoire.
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    Meeting Point Series: Hand to Earth
    Kim, S ; Knight, P ; Wilfred, D (Arts Centre Melbourne and Australian Art Orchestra, 2018)
    A new repertoire of manikay emerges as unexpected musical connection forms between Australia's Arnhem land and Korea.
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    The Dream of the Earth
    Kim, S ; Monder, B ; Takeishi, S (Advart Music, 2016)
    Eco-feminist perspectives are explored through musical compositions and collective improvisation.
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    Fujikura and Three: Commission, Premiere Performance and Video Release of New Work
    Brennan, J ; Murray, K ; Fujikura, D ; Immel, D (Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, 2019)
    University of Melbourne research cluster Ensemble Three collaborated with Dai Fujikura, one of the most prominent and successful current international composers, to commission, video-record and premiere a new piece.
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    USA Performance Research Tour
    Immel, D ; Murray, K ; Brennan, J (PSK: Princeton Sound Kitchen, 2019)
    Expanding both individual and combined ​research cluster agendas (Ensemble T​hree), Immel, Brennan and Murray workshop and premiere new pieces at the invitation of Princeton University, the University of Southern California, Highline College, Bellevue College and the Wayward Music Series (Seattle). Non Traditional Research Outputs, including practice-led P1 (major) performances as defined on the FFAM Staff Hub Research web page. Activities are in line with a continuing and developing research agenda, and remain directly in line with our University of Melbourne Grand Challenges. As stated in the document RESEARCH AT MELBOURNE: ENSURING EXCELLENCE AND IMPACT TO 2025, this research: · Is outward-looking and best met by engaging with external partners and collaborators; · Is about engaging our society in the performing arts in the digital world; · Is global in reach, but with Australian and local dimension; · Engages other organisations drawn from industry, the community, our partners and affiliated institutions; · Builds international partnerships with research communities in the United States Extensive workshopping of new works written for our research team, and for premiere international performances (P1 Major Non Traditional Research Output activity) at peer research institutions (USC, Princeton et. al).
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    Brabancon Trombone Lecture Recital
    Immel, D ; Blackwood, C ; Olszewski, K (COIN/ACOFT 2003 Secretariat, 2019)
    More than a century’s worth of music featuring the trombone sits forgotten in the Conservatoire libraries in and around Belgium; my current 3-year project will rediscover, reintroduce, and realise the premiere recordings of important historical pieces from this volume of neglected repertoire ca. 1860 - 1975. Although trombone music written for the Paris Conservatoire concours system is well researched and remains widely performed,1 this is in contrast to repertoire written for other competing music schools. Analogous to Paris, portions of curricula at music conservatoires in Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent and Liege were also based on a concours system, at the very least for entrance into instrumental courses.2 As a result it is expected that a significant breadth of literature specifically written for testing students entering and/or exiting from each conservatory is located within their libraries. This dissertation comprises two components: Premiere recordings of the best literature will be made. A written component will contextualise and underscore the value of the rediscovered literature from historic, artistic and educational perspectives. This is the first comprehensive research and practical study of its kind, will make a highly valuable contribution to knowledge in the field.
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    Live​@​IKLECTIK
    Butcher, J ; van der Schyff, D (Whirrboom! Records, 2019)
    Free improvisation for saxophones and percussion.
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    Cicatrices Intérieures
    van der Schyff, D ; Kaufmann, A ; Muller, T (Whirrboom! Records, 2015)
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    Tell Tale
    Lee, P ; van der Schyff, D ; Zubot, J ; Elaschuk, K ; Samworth, R ; Gestrin, C ; Lachance, A ; Muller, T (Songlines, 2016)
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    Fulfillment
    Blake, M ; Lee, P ; Carter, JP ; Bajakian, A ; Samworth, R ; van der Schyff, D ; Lachance, A ; Gestrin, C ; Neelamjit, D ; Postl, E (Songlines records, 2016)