Dr. Andrew Sutherland
Music Lecturer, Department of Music
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Ph.D. (Monash), M.Ed. (Edith Cowan University), B.Mus.Ed (hons), (UWA), Dip.ABRSM.
Music Education; Musicology; Film Music
Music Education; Music History; Film Music
Taught previously at:
Edith Cowan University, University of Western Australia, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts
Sutherland, A. (2017). “I think everyone’s been thrilled”: Music teachers’ perspectives on school music performance collaborations. International Journal of Music Education, 1-14.
Sutherland, A. (2017). School and university music collaboration: A case study of a performance of Britten's War Requiem, Music Performance Research, 8, 98-113.
Sutherland, A. (2018). The developing timbre palette of film music: The emergence of world instruments for non-ethnographic association. The International Journal of Arts Theory and History, 13(2), 19-31.
Sutherland, A. (2018). Sharing the stage: Trends in composition for children’s choir and symphony orchestra. Musicology Australia, 40(1), 1–19.
Sutherland, A. (2018). ‘It was more about his ego than about the choir’: Jonathan Willcocks reflects on a career as a guest conductor. The International Journal of Research in Choral Singing, (6), 81-99.
• Children in Opera
• After the euphoria of performance: Implications for continued participation for secondary school musicians.
• Application and Performance Efficacy in Musical Ensembles.