We concentrate on publishing works by or about largely forgotten composers and musicians including Joseph Holbrooke, William Hurlstone, George Pinto and Malcolm Quin. Through publications, recordings and critical editions we bring forgotten or neglected music back to life for contemporary audiences.
Read about an award winning book: Music in Britain: Reclaiming Forgotten Repertory
Monash–Leeds Music Research Partnership
The Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music at Monash University and the School of Music … Continue reading Monash–Leeds Music Research Partnership
Musical Biography Research Network Convened by Paul Watt (Monash University) and Christopher Wiley (University of … Continue reading Musical Biography
Music in Asia
The Asian Music Research Cluster advances the School’s long history of research in this region … Continue reading Music in Asia
Music in Australian Society
Music in Australian Society is a multi-faceted Research Group that intersects with the Jewish Music Research Group and with elements of the School’s Performance and Composition streams.
This Research Group studies street music in all its forms, historical and contemporary. Convener … Continue reading Street Music
20th and 21st century Romanian Musical Culture
This research cluster has forged a Memorandum of Understanding with the National University of Music, Bucharest and an informal relationship with Spiru Haret…