Katharine Norman: Making Place, for instrument and live electronics (2013, rev. 2016) Version 1 – a Malaysian version created for flute and performed by Jean Penny (2019-20) Version 2 - an Australian version created for alto flute and performed by Jean Penny (2020) These projects are outcomes of recent research publications, one on intercultural performance of music for flute and electronics and the other exploring the quotidian, in response to COVID-19 restrictions . More details at https://www.jeanpenny.com/making-place.html
The following files include my DMA thesis (2009) as well as examples of research projects untaken while living and working in Malaysia from 2011 to 2016 as Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Music and Performing Arts, University Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Perak, Malaysia. The highest level of grant (FRGS) was awarded for two major projects in Malaysia, which allowed for extensive and innovative work to occur. Information on an earlier project funded by the university (GPU) follows.
Malaysian Research Projects
The Imaginary Space: Developing models of a Malaysian/Western electroacoustic music. Fundamental Research Grant Scheme, Malaysian Government 2012-14
Spectromorphological Notation - Notating the unNotatable? Modeling a new system of timbral and performance notation for ethnomusicological, musique-mixte and electroacoustic music compositions. Fundamental Research Grant Scheme, Malaysian Government 2013-16