Project Publications and Papers

Reports

Bruckner-Haring, C. & Whyton, T. (eds.), Rhythm Changes: Historical Overviews of Five Partner Countries (Graz, 2013)available here

Bruckner-Haring, C. & Whyton, T. (eds.), Rhythm Changes: Statistical Overviews of Five Partner Countries (Graz, 2013)available here

Books

Cerchiari, L., Cugny, L., and Kerschbaumer, F., (eds.), Eurojazzland (Northeastern University Press, 2012)

Van de Leur, Walter, (ed). The NL Real Book, Amsterdam: MCN 2011.

Whyton, T. (ed.), Library of Essays on Popular Music: Jazz (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011

Journals (Special Issues)

Jazz Research Journal [Post World War II Jazz Collectives ed. Nicholas Gebhardt], 5.1/5.2 (2011)

Jazzforschung [Jazz and National Identity] 44 (2012)

Articles and Book Chapters

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘Jazz in Österreich: Aspekte der aktuellen Jazzszene’ Jazz Unlimited: Beiträge zur Jazz-Rezeption in Österreich (Anklänge: Wiener Jahrbuch für Musikwissenschaft 2011/12) (Vienna: Mille-Tre, 2012), pp.299-355

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘Historischer Überblick über die Jazzentwicklung in Österreich’ Jazzforschung / Jazz Research 44 (Graz: Adeva, 2012), pp.53-74

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘Conference Report: Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities’ Jazz Research News No.39 (Uni of Music & Performing Arts: Graz, 2011), pp.1855-1857

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘Rhythm Changes: Jazz Cultures and European Identities’ Jazz Research News No.36 (Uni of Music & Performing Arts: Graz, 2011), pp.116-18

Bruckner-Haring, C. and Kahr, M., ‘JazzWerkstatt: A young Austrian jazz initiative’, Jazz Research Journal 5.1/5.2 (2011), pp.176-186

Dubber, A., ‘The Kitchen Orchestra Online: Digital mediation and collective practice’, Jazz Research Journal 5.1/5.2 (2011), pp.200-210

Dubber, A., ‘Keep Up With The Changes: Online strategies for national jazz agencies’, Jazz Research Journal 6.1, (2012), pp. 49-68

Dvinge, A., ‘Jazzens Kosmopolitiske Dialekter’ Magasinet Humaniora 2:10 (Danish Research Council for the Humanities: Copenhagen, 2010)

Dvinge, A., Bruckner-Haring, C. and Kehl, C. ‘Historical Overview about the Development of Jazz in Denmark’, Jazzforschung / Jazz Research 44 (Graz: Adeva, 2012), pp.9-26

Frost Fadnes, P., ‘Improvisasjon som Musikalsk Tanke’ (Improvisation as musical thought), Ride Ranke – Musikk Fra Livets Begynnelse 1 (2010)

Frost Fadnes, P., ‘Making ourselves heard: From a ‘Field of Dreams’ to building a collective voice’, Jazz Research Journal 5.1/5.2 (2011), pp.187-199

Frost Fadnes, P., ‘X. trioVD’, Jazz Perspectives 5.3 (2011), pp. 233 – 236

Gebhardt, N., ‘The Collective Problem in Jazz’, Jazz Research Journal 5.1/5.2 (2011), pp.5-20

Goh, F with Whyton, T., ‘Strength in Numbers: A Study of Europe Jazz Network’ (2011)

McKay, George. Interview with Colin Bailey, 1950s drummer with Winifred Atwell (2011).

McKay, George. Interview with David Rohoman, 1970s drummer with Ian Dury, jazz drummer (2010). http://georgemckay.org/jazz/interviews/

McKay, George. 2014. “Winifred Atwell and her ‘other piano’: 16 hit singles and a ‘blanket of silence’, sounding the limits of jazz”. In Jason Toynbee et al, eds. 2014. Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership and Performance. Ashgate.

McKay, George, and Ben Higham International Journal of Community Music vol. 5:1 (2012), 91-103. Co-authored with Ben Higham. ‘Community music: history and current practice, its constructions of “community”, digital turns and future soundings—an Arts & Humanities Research Council research review’.

Rusch, L., ‘Common ground: 1970s improvised music as part of a cross-genre Dutch ensemble culture’, Jazz Research Journal 5.1/5.2 (2011), pp.123-141

Rusch, L., ‘Jazz in the Netherlands: Historical outlines of the development of of a social and musical praxis’ Jazzforschung/Jazz Research 44, (2012), pp.27-52

Van de Leur, Walter, “‘Zuivere Jazz’ and ‘Charlatanisme’: De Jazzwereld 1931-1940.” Liber Plurium Vocum voor Rokus de Groot. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2012; 128-38.

Van de Leur, Walter, “‘Pure Jazz’ and ‘Charlatanry’: A History of De Jazzwereld Magazine, 1931-1940.” Dan Morgenstern Festschrift., Current Research in Jazz, (www.crj-online.org) Vol. 4 (2012).

Van de Leur, Walter, “Clichémachines versus Improvisatoren: Jazzwereld 1967-1973.,Jazz Bulletin 82 (March 2012): 30-37.

Whyton, T., ‘Jazz Research in Britain’ Jazzforschung/Jazz Research 42, (November 2010), pp.131-146

Kerschbaumer, F., ‘Jazzforschung in Österreich’ Jazzforschung/Jazz Research 42, (November 2010), pp.193–200

Whyton, T., ‘The Changing Discourse of Jazz as Popular Music’ in Whyton, T. (ed.), Library of Essays on Popular Music: Jazz (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011, xi-xxiii

Whyton, T., ‘Europe and the New Jazz Studies’ in Cerchiari, L., Cugny, L., and Kerschbaumer, F., (eds.), Jazz and Europe (Lebanon New Hampshire: Northeastern University Press, 2012, pp.366-380.

Conference Papers/Keynote Presentations

Keynotes/invited presentations

Dvinge, A., “Jazz Festivals and Cosmopolitan Vernaculars.” Center for Jazz Studies, Columbia University, New York April 2010

Whyton, T., Keynote: ‘Jazz and World Music Programming: Music, Politics and Place’ Singapore Live! June 2010

Whyton, T., Keynote: ‘Jazz, Composition and Critical Discourse’ Leeds International Jazz Conference April 2011

Whyton, T., ‘Music from the Hybridies’, Invited presentation at the CMPCP/IMP Performance & Research Seminar Series Senate House University of London June 2011

McKay, G., Professor in Residence, Kendal Calling pop festival. Two lectures: ‘Disability and pop’, ‘The cultural politics of gardens’ (July 2011)

McKay, G., Keynote: ‘Festival, place, industry, community’, Universities of Edinburgh / Glamorgan, Live Music Exchange, AHRC industry / academic conference, Supporting Live Music in Hard Times (2012)

Gebhardt, N., ‘When Jazz Was Foreign: themes in jazz history’, Aarhus University, Denmark, May 2013

Whyton, T., ‘Crosscurrents: the cultural dynamics of jazz’, invited presentation for the Darmstädter Jazz Forum/Tagung des Instituts für Jazzforschung Graz (Darmstadt, Sept 2013).

Dubber, A., Keynote: ‘And what about the audience?’ for the General Assembly of the Europe Jazz Network, Trondheim, Norway, Sept 2013

Van de Leur, W., ’Postbop in the Netherlands.’ invited presentation for the Darmstädter Jazz Forum/Tagung des Instituts für Jazzforschung Graz, Darmstadt, Sept 2013

Whyton, T. ‘Rhythm Changes: Jazz Cultures and European Identities’, invited presentation at the HERA/EU ‘Cultural Encounters’ JRP launch event, Dubrovnik October 2013

McKay, G., Keynote: University of Aveido, Portugal. Jazz Messengers: Politics and European Jazz conference (November 2013)

Whyton, T., Keynote: New Jazz Conceptions, University of Warwick (May 2014)

McKay, G., Keynote: University of Porto/Casa da Musica, Portugal. Keep it Simple, Make it Fast: Underground Music Scenes and DIY Cultures conference (2014).

Presentations

Whyton, T., ‘Jazz and European Identity’, Maijazz Festival Symposium, Stavanger May 2010

Whyton, T., ‘Jazz and World Music Programming: Music, Politics and Place’, LIVE! Singapore, June 2010

Whyton, T., ‘Rhythm Changes: Jazz Cultures and European Identities’, HERA JRP Conference, Vienna June 2010

Gebhardt, N., ‘After the Event: Miles Davis’s ‘My Funny Valentine’’ RMA Conference, Senate House, London, July 2010

Whyton, T., ‘Beyond A Love Supreme: jazz and musicological boundaries’, RMA Conference, Senate House, London, July 2010

Dubber, A., ‘Crossing into Digital: a new media landscape’, Nordic Jazz Conference, Helsinki, August 2010

Frost Fadnes, P., ‘Jazz Crossing Borders – the British/Norwegian collaboration’, Nordic Jazz Conference, Helsinki, August 2010

Whyton, T., ‘Rhythm Changes: jazz as trans-national practice’, Nordic Jazz Conference, Helsinki, August 2010

De Bézenac, C., Bourne, M., Windsor, L.. ’Empirical strategies for composition and improvisation’, Empirical Musicology II: Empirical Approaches to Performance, University of Leeds 2010

Dvinge, A., ‘Medi(t)ating Montmartre: paradoxes of nation and beyond’, Jazz and Race Conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, November 2010

Stefani, E., de Bézenac, C., ‘(In)Visible Sound. Sonic Artists in Wales – Electroacoustic Symposium’, RWCMD, 2010

Gebhardt, N., ‘When Jazz Was Foreign’, Jazz and Race Conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, November 2010

Sykes, T., ‘21st Century Eurojazz: Jazz and national identity within Europe in the digital age’, The Open University, Milton Keynes, November 2010

Whyton, T., ‘Jazz and the dynamics of cultural identity’, Jazz and Race Conference, The Open University, Milton Keynes, November 2010

Stefani, E., de Bézenac, C., ‘Computer-controlled video as a multimodal interface in live acousmatic music’, International Computer Music Conference: New York, Stony Brook University, 2010

De Bézenac, C., ‘Perceptual ambiguity in music’, University of York, 2010

Gebhardt, N., ‘Screening the Event: Miles Davis’s ’My Funny Valentine’’, Watching Jazz, Glasgow University, February 2011

Whyton, T., ‘Seeking Resolution: John Coltrane, Myth and the Audio-visual’, Watching Jazz, Glasgow University, February 2011

Dubber, A, ’Online mediation of jazz performance, its context and its audiences’, Watching Jazz, Glasgow University, February 2011

Gebhardt, N., ‘The Sense of an Ending in Ornette Coleman’s Free Jazz’, the Leeds International Jazz Conference, April 2011

Sykes, T., ‘A Space for Jazz: researching an online community’, British Forum for Ethnomusicology Conference, Falmouth, April 2011

Frost Fadnes, P. and Thortveit, J., ‘The Playful Structure’, 7th Research in Music Education Conference, University of Exeter, April 2011

Dubber, A., ‘Space is the Place’ Symposium, Maijazz, Stavanger, May 2011

Frost Fadnes, P. And Thortveit, J., ‘Praktiske estetiske skapende lærerprosesser’ (’Practical aesthetic creative learning processes), Rikskonsertene Fagkonferanse (Concerts Norway, research conference), Larvik (Norway), May 2011

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘The Role of Jazz in Austria: aspects of the current jazz scene’, Current Issues in European Cultural Studies: ACSIS Conference, Norrköping, Sweden June 2011

Gebhardt, N., ‘Jazz, Culture and Identity in Europe’, Current Issues in European Cultural Studies: ACSIS Conference, Norrköping, Sweden June 2011

Whyton, T., ‘Jazz and European Cultural Studies’, Current Issues in European Cultural Studies: ACSIS Conference, Norrköping, Sweden June 2011

Bruckner-Haring, C., ’Jazz Education in Austria’, Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities Conference, Amsterdam September 2011

Dvinge, A., ‘Transmodal Identities: Jazz, Race, and Transnational Musicking at the Jazzhus Montmartre’,
Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities Conference, Amsterdam September 2011

Frost Fadnes, P., Pearson., R., and Hession, P., ‘Improvisational Architecture: Improvising the Thin Red Line’, Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities Conference, Amsterdam September 2011

Gebhardt, N., ’The Jazz Warriors in Global Perspective’, Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities Conference, Amsterdam September 2011

McKay, G., ’Community Music: Unorthodox Music Education and Improvisation in Britain’ Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities Conference, Amsterdam Sept 2011

Rusch, L., ’Identifying Dutch Jazz: Mediating Jazz from the Netherlands in Downbeat 1960-1970’, Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities Conference, Amsterdam Sept 2011

Sykes, T., ’Jazz in the Cloud? Researching the Dissemination of Jazz Online’ Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities Conference, Amsterdam September 2011

Van de Leur. W., ’Improvisers versus Cliche-machines: Jazz and Identity in Jazzwereld 1965-1973’ Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities Conference, Amsterdam Sept 2011

Whyton, T., ‘Jazz as Transnational Practice’ Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities Conference, Amsterdam September 2011

Kerschbaumer, Franz, “The Influence of Celtic Music on the Evolution of Jazz” at the international conference Jazz and Europe, Paris September 2011

Sykes, T., ‘Interactive fandom: jazz scenes and audience practice in the age of the internet’ Leeds International Jazz Conference, April 2012

Whyton, T., ‘’In Praise of Dreams’?: Jazz Mythology, Social Change and the Nordic Tone’, NordPoP Conference, Helsinki, Apr 2012

Sykes, T., ‘Crisis in cyberspace: digital technology and anxiety in the recording industry’. Music and Crisis conference (Centre for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music), University of California, Santa Barbara, June 2012

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘Rhythm Changes: Jazz Cultures and European Identities’, Jazz in der Kulturlandschaft Österreich, MICA, Vienna, July 2012

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘Women in contemporary Austrian Jazz’, 10th Nordic Jazz Conference: Gender and Notions of Authenticity in Jazz, Stockholm, August 2012

Fadnes, P., de Bézenac, C., ’Teaching musical improvisation in a contemporary setting. Performance of Musical Improvisation’, (PoMI): University of Oxford, September 2012.

Gebhardt, N., ’Friends and Neighbours: the sounds of everyday life’ IASPM Conference, Media City UK, Manchester, Sept 2012.

Rusch, L., ‘The Zeeland Suite (1977): On State Subsidies and the Reinforcement of National and Local Narratives in Jazz’. Paper Presentation, IASPM Conference, Media City UK, Manchester, Sept 2012

Whyton, T., ‘Place and the cold commodities of European Jazz’, IASPM UK Conference, Media City UK, Sept 2012

Sykes, T.,‘Making scenes: real and imagined communities in British jazz’, IASPM UK Conference, Media City UK, Sept 2012

Dvinge, A., “The Jazz Festival’s Performative Contradictions.” Symposium for Professor Emeritus Peter Madsen, University of Copenhagen October 2012

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘Rhythm Changes: Jazz Cultures and European Identities’, Geschichte wird gemacht: Zur Historiographie populärer Musik, ASPM-Tagung at the University of Basel, November 2012

Van de Leur, W., “Jazz and National Identities. Viewing – Han Bennink: Hazentijd, and Misha Mengelberg: Afijn.” POPID/IFFR Conference, Rotterdam January 2013

Sykes, T., ‘Reaching the virtual jazz audience: the opportunities of new networks and issues in engaging with online communities’. JEN 2013 conference. Hyatt Regency Conference Center, Atlanta, January 2013

Bruckner-Haring, C. ‘Austrian Jazz Identity’, Leeds International Jazz Education Conference, March 2013

Rusch, L., ‘How jazz changes the Netherlands – how the Netherlands changes jazz’. Paper Presentation, Rethinking Jazz Cultures Conference, Media City UK, Manchester, April 2013

Dvinge, A., “Cosmopolitan vernaculars – language, jazz, and critical musical practice.” Rhythm Changes II: Rethinking Jazz Cultures, Manchester (April 2013)

Skyes, T., ‘Jazz in the Big Society: participatory cultures and local scenes in Britain’, Rhythm Changes Rethinking Jazz Cultures Conference (Salford, Apr 2013).

Van de Leur, W., “Last Notes: Narratives of Jazz and Death.” Rhythm Changes Rethinking Jazz Cultures Conference (Salford, Apr 2013).

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘Rhythm Changes Case Study: Women in Contemporary Austrian Jazz’, Rhythm Changes Rethinking Jazz Conference, Media City UK, Salford, April 2013

Van de Leur, W., “Artistic Research.” EUJam Conference (NTNU Trondheim), Apr. 25-26, 2013

Van de Leur, W., “If you have to ask what jazz is, you’ll never know: The Meaning of Jazz.” AAA Festival Lecture (SPUI25 in collaboration with the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra), April 2013.

Sykes, T., ‘Jazz 2.0?: musicians, audience and agency in the digital age’, Leeds International Jazz Conference, May 2013

Van de Leur, W., “Jazz Research in the Netherlands.” Nederlands Jazz Archief Vriendendag (Amsterdam, May 2013).

Sykes, T., ‘From grassroots to (Facebook) groups: local and virtual scenes in jazz’, Ethnomusicology in the Digital Age conference (BFE & ICTM-IE), Queen’s University, Belfast, 2013

Van de Leur, W., “Colonial Pasts, Post Colonial Present and Future,” and panel discussion. HERA Closing Conference: The Time and the Place (Kings Place, London, June 2013).

Whyton, T., ‘Belonging: re-imagining Europe through jazz’, Colloque International: Les Circulations Globales du Jazz, Musée du Quai Branly, June 2013

McKay, G., ‘Winifred Atwell and her ‘Other’ piano’, olloque International: Les Circulations Globales du Jazz, Musée du Quai Branly, June 2013

Van de Leur, W., “Street-organs, Forrest Paths and Jazz Behind the Dikes: Dutch Jazz in the 1960s and 70s.” Colloque International: Les Circulations Globales du Jazz, Musée du Quai Branly, June 2013

Gebhardt, N., ’From Jazz Warriors to Afropeans’ Colloque International: Les Circulations Globales du Jazz, Musée du Quai Branly, June 2013

Van de Leur, W., “The Reception and Development of Jazz in the Netherlands (1945-1970).” The Politics and Culture of Liberation Conference (Department of English and American Studies, Radboud University Nijmegen, June 2013).

Rusch, L., ‘Dutch jazz in the Making: Musical Ownership and the Process of Transformative Collaboration’. Guelph Jazz Festival, Guelph, Sept 2013

Whyton, T., ‘Rhythm Changes: understanding the cultural politics of European jazz’ Guelph Jazz Festival and Colloquium, University of Guelph, Canada, Sept 2013

Van de Leur, W., “Last Notes: Narratives of Jazz and Death.” Guelph Jazz Festival and Colloquium, University of Guelph, Canada, Sept 2013

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘Frauen in der österreichischen Jazzszene’, Musik Gender und Differenz, Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien, October 2013

Van de Leur, W., “Rhythm Changes: Jazz and National Identities.” Bungehuis (University of Amsterdam, Oct. 2013

Sykes, T., ‘Trads and moderns: a tale of two festivals’, Jazz Talks: University of Aveiro Jazz Conference, Aveiro, November 2013

Bruckner-Haring, C., ‘Jazz Promoters in Contemporary Austrian Jazz’, Jazz Talks: University of Aveiro Jazz Conference, Aveiro, November 2013

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