Publications

 

Book chapters

Seddon, A., 2016. Temporal recurrence in Andrew Lewis’s Penmon PointIn: Emmerson, S. and Landy, L., eds. Expanding the horizon of electroacoustic music analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 231–246. ISBN: 9781107118324.

Journal Articles

Seddon, A., 2015. Higher-level relationships in Dhomont’s Novars. Musimédiane, 8. ISSN 2109-9685. [Available: http://www.musimediane.com/8seddon/]

Seddon, A., 2014. Trevor Wishart’s Globalalia: Initial Listenings and Question Marks. eOrema Journal, 2. ISSN: 2052-7888 DOI: 10.3943/001.2014.08.0203 [Available: http://www.orema.dmu.ac.uk/eorema/trevor-wishart’s-globalalia-initial-listenings-and-question-marks]

Conference Proceedings

Seddon, A., 2011. Investigating Recurrences in Andrew Lewis’s ‘Penmon Point’. In: Wolfe, M. and Hill, A., eds. Sound, Sight, Space and Play 2010 2-4 June 2010 De Montfort University Leicester. Leicester: Sound, Sight Space and Play Postgraduate Symposium for the Creative Sonic Arts. [Available: http://www.dmu.ac.uk/documents/technology-documents/research/mtirc/sssp201003seddon.pdf]

Seddon, A., 2007. Recurrence in Acousmatic Music: Creative and Analytical Possibilities. In: EMS07 Electroacoustic Music Studies Network Conference 11-15 June 2007 De Montfort University Lecester. Leicester: Electroacoustic Music Studies Network. [Available: http://www.ems-network.org/spip.php?article281]

Seddon, A., 2006. Recurrence and Sound Material Identity in Acousmatic Composition. In: Digital Music Research Network 22-23 July 2006 Goldsmiths College, University of London. London: Digital Music Research Network. [Available: http://doc.gold.ac.uk/~map01ra/dmrn/events/dmrn06/papers/seddon2006recurrence.pdf]

Conference Presentations

Seddon, A., 2017. Some reflections on using video feedback at Bournemouth University. In: CELebrate 2017 – Assessment and Feedback 13 Jun 2017 Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, UK.

Seddon, A., 2015. Notions of Landscape and Environment in ‘Fleeting Strands’. In: INTIME 2015 – Landscapes And Environments: Experimentation And Transformation In Sound And Music 24-25 October 2015 Coventry University, Coventry, UK.

Seddon, A., 2013. Trevor Wishart’s Globalalia: Analytical Agendas, Initial Listenings and Question Marks. In: OREMA Symposium 4 11 July 2016 De Montfort University, UK.

Seddon, A., 2012. Sound Material Correspondence and Temporal Relationships in Acousmatic Composition: Proposing a Taxonomy of Recurrent Phenomena. In: EMS12 (Electroacoustic Music Studies Network Conference) 11–15 July 2012 The Royal College of Music and Elektronmusikstudion, Stockholm, Sweden.

Seddon, A., 2012. Strategies and Methodologies in the Analysis of Penmon Point. In: OREMA Symposium 2 29 February 2012 De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.

Seddon, A., 2011. Developing a Taxonomy of Recurrence for Acousmatic Music: Sound Identity Correspondences. In: Sound, Sight, Space and Play 2011 8–10 June 2011 De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.

Seddon, A., 2010. Investigating Recurrences in Andrew Lewis’s Penmon Point. In: SSSP 2010 4–6 June 2010 De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.

Seddon, A., 2008. Working with Recurrent Phenomena in Acousmatic Music Composition. In: Royal Musical Association Research Students’ Conference 2008, 3–6 January 2008 University of Surrey, Guildford, UK.

Seddon, A., 2007. Approaches to Compositional Practice. In: UEA Visiting Seminar Series, 22 October 2007 University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.

Seddon, A., 2007. Recurrence in Acousmatic Music: Creative and Analytical Possibilities. In: EMS07 (Electroacoustic Music Studies Network Conference) 11–15 June 2007 De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.

Seddon, A., 2006. Approaches to Electroacoustic Composition. In: Visiones Sonoras Festival Internacional de Música Electroacoústica y Nuevas Tecnologías 20–28 September 2006 Centro Mexicano para la Música y Artes Sonoras, Morelia, Mexico.

Seddon, A., 2006. Recurrence and Sound Material Identity in Acousmatic Composition. In: DMRN-06 22–23 July 2006 Goldsmiths College University of London, London, UK.

 

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