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Researcher: Monkhouse, H (Associate Professor Heather Monkhouse)

Fields of Research

Musicology and Ethnomusicology
Music Performance
Creative Arts, Media and Communication Curriculum and Pedagogy

Research Objectives

The Performing Arts (incl. Theatre and Dance)
Arts and Leisure
Music
Education and Training Systems
Curriculum

Career Best Publications

Assessing performance assessment: what do we want?; Australian Society for Music Education National Conference
Solo Clarinet Recital, featuring the world premiere of Don Kay's Epitomes for Clarinet & Piano
The Bachelor of Music: Purpose, desires and requirements; Assessment in Music Education: From Policy to Practice
The Use of YouTube to Improve Students’ Acuity and Analytic Skills in Discussion of Issues in Music Performance; Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal
Using Assessment effectively: learning environments that work for tertiary music performance students and staff

Research Publications

Assessing performance assessment: what do we want?; Australian Society for Music Education National Conference
Bass Clarinettist, Conservatorium Big Band
Bass Clarinettist, Glass Hydrogen Jukebox
Brahms, Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano, Op.114
Chamber Recital
clarinet/bass clarinet Dewey The Death of Chatterton
Conductor, Conservatorium Wind Ensemble Concert
Diemen Quartet and Heather Monkhouse
Embodied Learning in an Orchestral Setting; 31st ISME World Conference on Music Education
European Premiere of Gilmour's 'The Keating Tangos'
Figuring Out the Music Game, Op.1; Monkhouse
Figuring Out the Music Game, Op.1; Monkhouse
Gilmour The Keating Tangos
Grenfell Cycles of Heaven
Heather Monkhouse Solo Clarinet Recital
Heather Monkhouse Solo Clarinet Recital
ISME 29th World Conference Abstracts; ISME 29th World Conference
Lunchtime Recital Series: Clarinet Recital Performance of Thomas Dunhill Phantasy Suite, Op. 91 for Clarinet and Piano, Nino Rota Sonata in Re per clarinetto e pianoforte, Charles Stanford Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 129
Lunchtime Recital Series: Performance of Alfred Pratt Idylle Printanière, Op. 17. No. 2, Roger Fiske, Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Arnold Bax Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Otto Goldschmidt Evening, from Two Pieces, Op. 26
Lunchtime Recital Series: Performances of Gerald Finzi Five Bagatelles for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 23, Victor Babin Hillandale Waltzes, Eric Ewazen Tasman Suite, and selections from The Keating Tangos: Raffaele Marcellino The World's Greatest Tango, Wendy Marlow Tango on the J-Curve, Maria Grenfell Option-C Tango, Ian Munro The Tango We Had to Have, Russell Gilmour Scumbag Tango, Don Kay Sweetest Victory Tango, Kent Farbach Tango Republic
Lunchtime Recital Series: Performances of William Lloyd Webber Air and Variations, Gordon Jacob Five Pieces for Clarinet, William Hurlstone Four Characteristic Pieces, Arthur Bliss, Pastoral, Joseph Holbrooke Andante and Presto for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 6, No. 2 and Edward Elgar Chanson de nuit, Op. 15, No. 1
Lunchtime Series - Heather Monkhouse
Messiaen Festival, Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music
Music Craft: The Theory Behind Musical Success
Music Craft: The Theory Behind Musical Success
Music Craft: The Theory Behind Musical Success
Music Craft: The Theory Behind Musical Success
Music Craft: The Theory Behind Musical Success
Music Craft: The Theory Behind Musical Success
Music Craft: The Theory Behind Musical Success
Music Craft: The Theory Behind Musical Success
Music Craft: The Theory Behind Musical Success
Music Craft: The Theory Behind Musical Success
Musical Triumphs on the Road to War and Peace
New York Experiences; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
News from Around the Country; Clarinet & Saxophone
Prelude on the Wind
Prelude to Recording
Recital clarinet and piano (Karen Smithies)
Recital clarinet and piano (Karen Smithies)
Rising Stars
Solo Clarinet Recital
Solo Clarinet Recital
Solo Clarinet Recital
Solo Clarinet Recital
Solo Clarinet Recital
Solo Clarinet Recital
Solo Clarinet Recital, featuring Australian Premiere of Ewazen's Ballade for Clarinet and Piano
Solo Clarinet Recital, featuring the world premiere of Don Kay's Epitomes for Clarinet & Piano
Soloist, Adagio from Mozart Concerto in A Major for Clarinet and Orchestra K.622
Soloist, Mozart Concerto in A Major for Clarinet and Orchestra, K.622
Soloist, Mozart Concerto in A Major for Clarinet and Orchestra, K.622
Tasmanian premiere Knehans, Sonata for Solo Clarinet
Teaching Young Players; Clarinet & Saxophone
Teaching Young Players - It's All About Confidence; Clarinet and Saxophone
Teaching Young Players - It's All About Confidence Part 11 Mistake or Monster Hunting; Clarinet & Saxophone
The Bachelor of Music: Purpose, desires and requirements; Assessment in Music Education: From Policy to Practice
The Use of YouTube to Improve Students’ Acuity and Analytic Skills in Discussion of Issues in Music Performance; Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal
Using Assessment effectively: learning environments that work for tertiary music performance students and staff
Wind poses stiff challenge
World Premier of Gilmour's 'The Keating Tangos' for Clarinet and Piano
World Premiere of Grenfells's 'Cycles of Heaven'

Research Projects

An approach to aligning assessment with Threshold Learning Outcomes in the creative and performing arts; Office for Learning & Teaching (OLT)
Using assessment effectively: learning environments that work, for tertiary music performance

Research Candidate Supervision

An Australian Composer Abroad- Malcolm Williamson and the Projection of an Australian Identity
East Meets West- Technical Solutions to Cross-cultural Performance Practice Issues in Violin Concertos by Larry Sitsky and Tan Dun
Historical Developments in Writing for Low Horn
Imitation and the use of Extended Techniques in the Solo Flute Compositions
Interpreting the Flute Works of Jean Francaix (1912-1997)
National Dance and Folk Elements in Argentine Cello Compositions
Nineteenth Century Study Repertoire for Violin with Links to the Colourstrings Method
Technical Demands of Selected Contemporary Works for Violin
The Chamber Opera Libretto- A Complex Relationship of Words, Drama and Music
The Cimmerian and the Elysian- How musical and extra-musical models and expressive ethos affect the compositional process
The Development of the French Violin Sonata (1860-1910)
The Poetics of Gesture
The reception and influence of Holst's music in Australia
The revival of extemporisation in modern performance of works of the 17th and 18th centuries
The Role of Jan Sedivka in the Development of Australian Contemporary String Music
Toward An Understanding Of The Madrigal in Sixteenth Century Spain- A Case Study of the Manuscript MadM 6829