Course Coordinator/Senior Lecturer, MusicSamuel Murray is a guitarist, researcher and lecturer whose current projects include playing guitar in the Ludi Quartet Kernow with Adrian Utley (Portishead) and Adrian Lee (Paraorchestra), playing synth bass in The Small with Johny Lamb and researching Paganini’s use of the guitar as a compositional tool.
Prior to working at Falmouth, Samuel worked as a professional musician, freelance guitarist for hire and music educator. This included numerous studio sessions for a variety of artists and playing professionally at venues across the country including London’s Jazz Cafe, Cardiff’s International Arena and Silverstone.
|2014||BA (Hons) Creative Music Technology||Falmouth University|
Research interests and expertisePaganini and the guitar, idiomatic organisation, guitar performance techniques and virtuosity.
Publications and research outputs
|Rofe, Michael, Murray, Samuel and Parker, Will (2017) Online Orchestra - Connecting Remote Communities through Music. Journal of Music, Technology and Education, 10 (2-3). pp. 147-166. ISSN 17527066 Item availability may be restricted.|
|Prior, David ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8750-445X, Reeder, Philip, Rofe, Michael, Biscoe, Ian and Murray, Samuel (2017) Designing a System for Online Orchestra - Peripheral Equipment. Journal of Music, Technology and Education, 10 (2-3). pp. 197-212. ISSN 17527066|
Report or Working Paper
|Rofe, Michael, Prior, David ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8750-445X, Reeder, Philip, Murray, Samuel, Parker, Will, Geelhoed, Erik ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7152-1186 and Biscoe, Ian (2015) Online Orchestra. Project Report. UNSPECIFIED.|
Conference or Workshop Item
|Rofe, Michael, Biscoe, Ian, Reeder, Philip and Murray, Samuel (2016) Online Orchestra Scalability Study. In: Online Orchestra Scalability Study, 10/11/2016, BSO, Poole, & Jewell Academy, Bournemouth. (Unpublished)|
|Murray, Samuel J (2016) Paganini and the guitar: tracing instrumental idioms in the 24 caprices for violin. In: Royal Musical Association Research Students’ Conference 2016, 6-8 January 2016, Bangor University. (Unpublished) Item not available from this repository.|
- BA(Hons) Music
- BA(Hons) Popular Music
- BA(Hons) Creative Music Technology