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Postgraduate Research

MRes and PhD students within the Music subject group.

Elle Docx, To what extent can Enlightenment discourse inform improvements in audience development theory and practice for British Orchestras in the immediate years after the coronavirus outbreak? 

Benedict Heaney, Exploring the History of the Bowed Electric String in the Modern Development of the Violin: From Leo Fender’s Electric Violin to Digital Techniques of the 21st Century

Ben Hebbert, Musical Instruments as Materiality in the English Renaissance Court and noble culture 

Craig Johnson, Self Organisation: Ecologies and economies in the No-Audience Underground 

Sebastian Jorgensen, Repercussio: Mapping the Art of ‘Repeating’ in the Sixteenth Century 

Bex Mather, An interdisciplinary artistic investigation into singing-youth-theatre-practice within a culturally and linguistically diverse community of members including young people seeking refuge. 

Christopher Miller, Organology Is Object-Oriented: New Tools for Analysis and Expanded Lexicon for the Study of Musical Instruments

Michael Saunders, A Scottish Experiment: Music and its Institutions 1970s-1980s 

Owen Woods, Shifting patterns of tonal design in the organs of Harrison & Harrison 


Research at Northumbria

Research at Northumbria

Research is the life blood of a University and at Northumbria University we pride ourselves on research that makes a difference; research that has application and affects people's lives.

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