Musicological Observations 6: Various earlier blog pieces on composition and performance as researchPosted: December 13, 2015 Filed under: Academia, Music - General, Musical Education, Musicology | Tags: practice-as-research 2 Comments
I have published several earlier blogs on the issues of composition and performance as research, only one of which was however included within this ‘Musicological Observations’ series. Here are links to all of them for convenience’s sake.
Research Forum, ‘Can Composition and Performance be Research? Critical Perspectives’, City University, November 25th, 2015, 17:30
Musicological Observations 4: Can Commercial Music be Research?
Performance-as-Research: A Reply to Luk Vaes
Video of Research Seminar on Composition and Performance as Research, and some wider responses to John Croft and others
Some final thoughts on composition, performance, the REF, and teaching
Those 300-word statements on Practice-as-Research for the RAE/REF – origins and stipulations – ‘academic butt-covering’ or more problematic?
And here is the article I wrote in response to John Croft’s original piece:
‘Composition and Performance can be, and often have been, Research’, Tempo, 70/275 (January 2016), pp. 60-70.
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