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Improving the display of proteins on filamentous phage.
In phage display technology, polypeptides are displayed on the surface of filamentous bacteriophage by genetic fusion to a coat protein. However, the fraction of phage particles bearing the fusionExpand
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Playing with Tradition: Weighing up Similarity and the Buoyancy of the Game
This paper seeks to interrogate some of the common uses and assumptions surrounding the musicological concept of tradition and its empirical study from recordings. In particular, I take issue withExpand
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Recordings as learning and practising resources for performance: Exploring attitudes and behaviours of music students and professionals
This article examines how musicians use recordings as learning resources in preparing for performance. While previous research has partially acknowledged the contribution of external factors toExpand
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[Book review]: Michael Burden, Wendy Heller, Jonathan Hicks and Ellen Lockhart, eds, Staging History 1780 – 1840 (Oxford: Bodleian Library, 2017). 224 pp. $45.00.
‘All the world’s a stage, and all men and women merely players’. This famous phrase from Shakespeare’s As you Like it aptly encapsulates what this collection of nine eloquently-written and lavishlyExpand
Book review of Adam Ockelford, ‘Repetition in Music: Theoretical and Meta-theoretical Perspectives’
Review: Adam Ockelford, Repetition in music: Theoretical and metatheoretical Perspectives, Royal Musical Association monographs, No. 13. Aldershot: Ashgate 2005 Publishing Ltd., 2004. xiv+151 pp.,Expand
Re-imagining Operatic "Objects": Commentary on Neumann's Phenomena, Poiesis, and Performance Profiling: Temporal-Textual Emphasis and Creative Process Analysis in Turandot at the Metropolitan Opera
Objects come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and forms. The notion of musical works as objects, represented by their written scores, has proved to be effete and limiting to the study of music asExpand
Reflections on a Symposium: Review of 4th International CHARM Symposium, ‘Methods for Analysing Recordings’
The fourth CHARM symposium was held at Royal Holloway in Egham from 12 to 14 April 2007, and focused on methods for analysing recordings. The symposium provided valuable insight into ongoingExpand
Expressive Gesture in Grieg’s Recordings of Two Op. 43 Lyric Pieces: An Exploratory Principal Components Analysis
Historical recordings embody the material traces of legendary performers from the past and can offer an inspirational resource for modern interpreters. Despite limitations, early recordings canExpand
Reminiscing Grieg: A Study of Technostalgia and Modulating Identities
In May 1903, at the Paris branch of the Gramophone and Typewriter Limited, Edvard Grieg made nine 10-inch wax master discs, each containing a single piece of no more than a couple of minutesExpand