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Collaborations: Creative Partnerships in Music


4-6 June 2009


Monash University Conference Centre
Level 7, 30 Collins Street, Melbourne


Collaborations: Creative Partnerships in Music program PDF Icon 31.7 kb

Keynote speakers

Invited speakers

Conference dinner

Friday 5 June 2009


Titles of papers link directly to mp3 files. If you require a transcription please contact the School of English, Communications and Performance Studies.

Speaker Title of paper mp3 file size
Janine Burke Being Geniuses Together: What Yoko Ono Taught John Lennon Podcast icon28.3 mb
Jane Hammond and Helen Noonan Creating the chamber opera Voicing Emily: Successful Collaborations in Music Theatre Podcast icon11.6 mb
Catherine Ingram Dorga dao (Singing our own songs): How kam village singers negotiate creative and collaborative possibilities in the performance of Kam songs Podcast icon11.6 mb
Margaret Kartomi The Collaborative War-time Composition of ‘Gending Sriwijaya’ Podcast icon10.4 mb
John Scannell When Presupposition Impedes on Praxis: Lessons Learned from James Brown Podcast icon13.3 mb
Peter Murphy ‘I and I’: Collaboration and the Double Act of Musical Creation Podcast icon17.1 mb
Peter Doyle ‘Working for the man’: figuring the artist-producer (or artist-agent, artist-manager, artist-entrepreneur, artist-hustler) relationship Podcast icon25.9 mb
Geoff King When the music’s over: Collaboration gone wrong Podcast icon11.8 mb
Becky Shepherd Collaboratively Crafting the Recorded Soundscape Podcast icon12.9 mb
Stuart Grant Feeling The Flow Podcast icon16.4 mb
Rebecca-Anne Do Rozario Wrocking Collaboration: Wizard Rock and the Work of J.K. Rowling Podcast icon10.5 mb
Helen O’Shea Sean O Riada and Ceoltoiri Chualann: The collaboration that changed the sound of Irish music Podcast icon11.8 mb
Graeme Smith Singers and Songwriters in Australian Country Music Podcast icon10.4 mb


Collaborations: creative partnerships in music enquiries


The Social Aesthetics research unit (Social Aesthetics)


Social Aesthetics is jointly sponsored by the School of English, Communications and Performance Studies and the School of Music Conservatorium