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PG Research Activities

These entries and those in the PG Research Activities Archive are a digest of conference and invited research papers, publications, premieres, performances and other research activities by Cardiff postgraduates

Martin Curda: ‘Poetism in the Music of Pavel Haas: Towards a Cultural-Analytical Approach to Music Historiography’, International Musicological Conference: Nationality / Universality ‘Musical historiography in Central and Eastern Europe’ (Radziejowice, near Warsaw, 15–18 September 2014)

Sam Murray: 'Taste-Making and Curation in the Portland, Oregon Music Scene' - as part of panel entitled Challenging Pathways: Social Dynamism and Collectivism in Metropolitan Music Scenes - IASPM-UK Biennial Conference - University College Cork (11-14 September 2014)

Rachelle Barlow: ‘Forging the Land of Song? Industry, Identity and Memorialisation in the South Wales Choral Union, 1872-3’, RMA and LUCEM Study Day: Amateur Music-Making in the British Provinces, University of Leeds, 18 June 2014.

Sam Murray: ‘We are the winners of Eurovision’: An Ethnographic Enquiry into Post-Eurovision Success for Performers and Songwriters -  Visions of Europe in the Eurovision Song Contest - University of Copenhagen (The official Eurovision Song Contest Academic Conference, 5-7 May 2014)

Martin Curda: ‘Rhythm as Form-Generating Agent in the Music of Pavel Haas’ (20 min paper), SMA ‘TAGS’ Conference (Royal Holloway, University of London, 2–3 May 2014)

Alessandra Palidda: First prize for Best Paper Presentation, Voice of Humanities conference, Cardiff University Graduate College, 20 March 2014

Martin Curda:From the Monkey Mountains: The Body, the Grotesque and Carnival in the Music of Pavel Haas’ (20 min paper), RMA Graduate Students’ Conference (Birmingham, 6–8 January 2014)

Rachelle Barlow: 'Welsh Exhibitionists: Welsh Choirs at International Exhibitions in Paris and Chicago’, Music Around the Atlantic Rim: The British Forum for Ethnomusicology and the AHRC Research Networking Project ‘Atlantic Sounds: Ships and Sailortowns’ Joint Conference, Cardiff University, 19 October 2013.