Hall, T., 2022. Elective Affinities: Kevin Flanagan’s Soundtrack to Accompany From Light to Dark From Dark to Light. In Garland 26, available online.

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. Text available: pdf.

Hall, T., 2014. In memoriam Alan Sutcliffe (text and musical composition). Written for Bulletin of the Computer Arts Society, PAGE 70, Spring. (This edition remains unpublished.)

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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