• Adventures in International Collaboration: Facilitating Globally-Created Student-Generated Mobile Movies Using a Blend of Online Tools 

    Wagner, Daniel (International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), (Valencia, Spain), 2014)
    The burgeoning of international connectivity has, in the last few short years, opened up new arenas of artistic collaboration. The next generation of filmmakers will certainly engage with an ever-greater degree of remote ...
  • An analysis of Interiors for string quartet and the influence of Scelsi's sonorist aesthetic. 

    Morgan, Rachael (The Author, 2014)
    This presentation discusses my recent compositional interests through analysis of Interiors (2012) for string quartet and the influence of Giacinto Scelsi’s sonorist aesthetic. The central focus of Interiors is to create ...
  • Heart, Honesty and Discipline: Mask Training and the Foundation of Lab: Research Theatre Company 

    Ilgenfritz, Pedro (2010)
    The culture of actor training is central in the work of LAB: Research Theatre Company. This paper explores the principles behind the development of the company’s own theatre language and the ethos that informs the utilization ...
  • A living curricula: Conversations about learning and teaching 

    Marshall, Steven (Canadian Association for University Continuing Education, 2011-05)
    Unitec New Zealand’s ‘Living Curricula’ is both an Academic Strategy and an aspiration for a unique institutional culture. The Department of Performing and Screen Arts has developed course curriculum that crosses discipline ...
  • Louis Laloy and His La Musique Chinoise 

    Gong, Hong-Yu; Wen, Yonghong (Zhongyang Yinyue Xueyuan,Central Conservatory of Music, 2013)
    French musicologist Louis Laloy, author of the first biography of Debussy and his study of Chinese music.
  • Missionaries and Chinese Gongche Notation 

    Gong, Hong-Yu (Sichuan Yinyue Xueyuan,Sichuan Conservatory of Music, 2013)
    Gongche is the traditional and ancient form of musical notation in China.
  • More than a bridge builder 

    Gong, Hong-Yu (Steele Roberts Aotearoa, 2015)
    For around thirty years, from the early 1980s to the present day, Jack Body has been the single most powerful force in the introduction of China's multi-faceted musical culture to New Zealand. As far as I can now ...
  • Post-Web 2.0 Pedagogy: From Student-Generated Content to International Co-Production Enabled by Mobile Social Media 

    Cochrane, Thomas Donald; Antonczak, Laurent; Wagner, Daniel (IGI Global, 2013-10)
    The advent of web 2.0 has enabled new forms of collaboration centred upon user-generated content, however, mobile social media is enabling a new wave of social collaboration. Mobile devices have disrupted and reinvented ...
  • Protestant Missionaries and Chinese Music: The Case of George T. Lay (1800-1845) 

    Gong, Hong-Yu (Chinese Music Society of North America, 2013)
    George Tradescant Lay was a British naturalist, mssionary and diplomat.
  • THX 1138: (Re-) Made in God’s Image 

    Wilson, Scott (Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, 2014)
    It is, perhaps, a little, hyperbolic to refer to George Lucas as ‘the greatest artist of our time’, responsible for closing ‘the gap between art and technology more successfully’ (Paglia, 2012) than any other; yet it is ...
  • The unusual symmetry of musicians: Musicians have equilateral interhemispheric transfer for visual information 

    Patston, Lucy; Kirk, Ian J.; Rolfe, Mei Hsin S.; C. Corballis, Michael; Tippett, Lynette J. (2007)
    Previous behavioural research has shown that spatial attention is bilaterally represented in musicians, possibly reflecting more equal neural development between the hemispheres. We investigated this theory electrophysiologically ...
  • 上海开埠后教会音乐活动研究 

    Gong, Hong-Yu (Shanghai Conservatory of Music, 2014)
    The author tackles the Catholic and Protestant missionaries musical life after Shanghai opened as a port city from the mid-19~th century to the early 20~th century, touching these churchs’, as well as their schools’, musical ...
  • 中西音乐交流研究中的误读、 疏漏与夸大 ——以民歌《茉莉花》在海外的研究为例 

    Gong, Hong-Yu (Renmin Yinyue Chubanshe, People's Music Publishing House, 2013)
    Molihua, musicology, East-West interactions
  • 从广东淘金客到谭盾 —中华传统音乐文化在新西兰的传播 (1865-2013) 

    Gong, Hong-Yu (China Electronic Journal Publishing House, 2014)
    文章旨在回顾中国音乐在新西兰近一百五十年的传播历程,其聚焦点主要有三: 一是叙述中华民 族音乐文化在新西兰传播的过程、传承者及其所传播的具体内容; 二是凸显不同时期中国音乐文化在新西兰流 传的区域、语境、渠道及特点; 三是概述新时期新西兰社会对多元文化的诉求及中国音乐在新西兰的现状。 The musical encounters between China and New Zealand from the latter part ...
  • “他者审视”:明末至民国 来华西人眼中的中国音乐 

    Gong, Hong-Yu (China Electronic Journal Publishing House, 2014-07-04)
    近年来,随着学界关于“中国音乐研 究要走向世界”、“中国音乐研究要与国际 接轨”、“中国学界应与国际学界争夺话语 权”讨论的不断深入,国内音乐学界与文 学、历史、社会等学界一样,对域外学者 的著述多有译介。事实上,现代意义上的 中国音乐史研究,从一开始便是一个具有 国际面向的学科。以最早采用现代学术方 法研究中国音乐史的王光祈为例,20 世纪 30 年代初,王光祈在德国柏林撰写“中国 古代音乐史学科完成现代学术转型的第一 ...
  • 晚清海关洋员与国际博览会上的中国音乐 ———以 1884 年伦敦国际卫生博览会为例 

    Gong, Hong-Yu (Zhongyang Yinyue Xueyuan,Central Conservatory of Music, 2015)
    1884 年伦敦国际卫生博览会期间,中国展厅内展有四十多种中国乐器。赴会 的六名中国乐人除了每天定时在展区内的中国茶室和餐厅奏乐外,还应邀为英国皇亲国戚 的社交活动助兴。是谁决定将中国音乐作为博览会的主题之一? 是谁将中国民间乐人推向 了国际舞台? 这些乐人演奏了什么乐曲? 伦敦报界又是如何报道中国乐人的表演呢? 本文 拟通过对中国旧海关出版物中晚清参加世博会之展品目录、晚清海关洋员间的相关函电以 及伦敦当时的新闻报道的解读,来回答这些 ...
  • 法国汉学家库朗与 20 世纪初域外中国音乐研究 (上) 

    Gong, Hong-Yu; Vogel, Stuart (China Electronic Journal Publishing House, 2015)
  • 田边尚雄朝鲜、台湾、中国大陆访乐 之行及其影响 

    Gong, Hong-Yu (China Electronic Journal Publishing House, 2014)
    本文以田边尚雄 1921-1923 年的朝鲜、台湾、中国大陆之行为主轴,以其东亚访乐时所作的 札记、所发表演讲稿、当地之相关报道、田边后来的回忆及近期中日学者所做相关研究为依据,试图对田边 氏对中国音乐的考察活动作一较全面的梳理介绍。除探索田边尚雄对中国音乐之认知及思路特征外,还 将对与此相关的中日音乐界前尘往事,做一些回顾和反思