Hall, T., 2016. Pitchcircle3D: A Case Study in Live Notation for Interactive Music Performance. In: International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation - TENOR2016, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. Text available: pdf.

Hall, T., 2015. Before The Mask: Birtwistle’s electronic music collaborations with Peter Zinovieff. In: D. Beard, K. Gloag and N. Jones, eds, 2015. Harrison Birtwistle Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Hall, T. and Blackwell, A. F., 2014. Sharing digital performance notation with the audience. Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology – CIM14 , Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Berlin, Germany, 2014–09–04. Slides available: pdf.

Hall, T., 2014. Live digital notations for collaborative music performance. Proceedings of the Live Coding and Collaboration symposium, University of Birmingham, 2014–09–26. Text available: pdf; slides available: pdf.

Hall, T., 2013. Sharing Electronic Music Performance. In: B. Ferran, ed., 2013. Visualise: Making Art in Context. Cambridge: Anglia Ruskin University. pp. 60–63. ISBN 978–0–9565608–6–5. Text available: html, pdf.

Hall, T., 2013. Peter Zinovieff and Cultures of Electronic Music. Bulletin of the Computer Arts Society, PAGE 69, Spring, pp. 1–3. Text available: html, pdf.

Rohrhuber, J., Hall, T. and de Campo, A., 2011. Dialects, Constraints and Systems within Systems. In: N. Collins, D. M. Cottle, and S. Wilson, eds. 2011. The SuperCollider Book. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. See also The SuperCollider Book website.

Hall, T., 2007. Vague relations?: bar groupings and notational image in the late music of Morton Feldman. Current Issues in Music, 1(1), pp. 7–24. Text available: pdf.

Hall, T., 2007. Towards a Slow Code Manifesto.

Hall, T., 1998. Graham Hair. In W. Bebbington, ed.The Oxford Companion to Australian Music. Melbourne: Oxford University Press. p. 197.

Hall, T., 1997. Approaches to the Diatonic Collection in Graham Hair’s Seven Fleeting Glimpses. Journal of Australasian Music Studies, No. 2–3, 1997–1998, pp. 129–160. ISSN: 1325–5266. Available digitally via NB. The complete score is reproduced on pp.155–160. Article (minus score) is reprinted in: Views across the moat / A collection of writings about music / La Trobe University Music Department 1975–1999. More information.

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