Publications, articles, presentations and performances
Burrell, R.W.B. (2012). A Process of Becoming: A Musical Enquiry into Process-Relational Philosophy Through Autoethnographical and Zoomusicological Means. https://www120.secure.griffith.edu.au/rch/items/b9fa411b-a8ee-44fc-b23b-bb37e897a6b9/1/
Becoming, Collaboration and other Alchemy: A descriptive study of a creative work that uses process-relational philosophy to illustrate how music creation can be viewed as research. Malaysian Music Journal, 2 (1), 30-45 ISSN 2232-1020.
Taking the Chance: A descriptive study of a creative work that utilizes chance and indeterminacy whilst maintaining form. Malaysian Music Journal. 2 (2), 58-73 ISSN 2232-1020.
Development and Evaluation of a Beginner Violin Method Book that utilizes Malaysian Folksongs. [Presentation]. 2nd MusPa Research Colloquium, UPSI Faculty of Music and Performing Arts, 9 November 2013.
Birds of a Feather : A major recital performance presentation of research into music composition using avian sources. [Concert] FMSP, UPSI, Malaysia. 30th April, 2014.
Music Composition and Zoomusicology: Creating New Music with Birdsong. [Paper and presentation]. ‘Talk, Play, Think’ Series of academic lectures at the UPSI Music Faculty. 25 June 2014.
Becoming, Inter-species-consciousness-transfer. [live performance with electro-acoustics and music composition]. Presented at Ecomusicologies 2013 Conference, the 5th International Music Council World Forum on Music, Brisbane, November 2013.
In the Presence. [paper and performance]. John Cage 101 International Conference. UPSI, Malaysia, 21-23 August 2013.
In the Corridors of Becoming [indeterminacy performance work]. John Cage 101 International Conference. UPSI, Malaysia, 21-23 August 2013.
Music Composition and Zoomusicology: Creating New Music with Birdsong. [Guest lecture.] The Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) Research Workshop, Faculty of Music. 24 July 2013.
Taman Malim: The eclectic process of composing new music for flute with extended technique, electronics and birdsong, supported by process-relational philosophy. [Performance]. Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM) ‘Composium’ 2013: Eclecticism and the Compositional Voice: Pathways for the New Millennium. 26 September 2013.
School-based Assessment: A personal experience in Queensland, Australia. [Guest lecture]. The Bahagian Pembangunn Akademik dan kualiti, . Sultan Azlan Shah Campus, Proton City. 8 March 2013.
Theme and Variations: Larger works from small thematic ideas. [Paper and presentation]. ‘Talk, Play, Think’ Series of academic lectures at the UPSI Music Faculty. 18 September 2012.
Zoomusicology. [Live Performance and DAW]. CreateWorld 2011 Conference. 28 – 30 Nov. Griffith University, Brisbane. ISBN: 978-0-947209-38-4.
Burrell, R.W.B., Musaeva, M., and Austustine, C. (2014) Riang Ria Biola. Malaysian Folk Tunes for Violin. UPSI, Malaysia.
A repertoire book for violin education with accompanying CD and lift-out part booklet. Published in Malaysia by UPSI, 2014. It is co-authored with Mayya Musaeva and Dr Christine Augustine who were part of the research team that I lead.
Patricia Adams Farmer writes about Robert’s music, Birdsong in E-Flat Major: The Process-Relational Music of Robert Burrell.