For the most current publications it is best to see my Queen's University's Research Profile.

 

Schroeder, F, 2015 (forthcoming). Sonic Arts Research Centre Showcase Compositions 2009 – 2013 (CD Recording). Saxophones, Live electronics and resonating objects.

Schroeder, F, (2014). Tone. In: Music in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Specialist publication in the
International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. SAGE Publications, Inc.State
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Schroeder, F. (ed.) (2014). Soundweaving: Writings on Improvisation. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
My own chapter in here is entitled: Performing Improvisation - weaving fabrics of social systems. Also includes chapters by David Borgo and Marcel Cobussen, with an introduction by Evan Parker.


Schroeder, F. and Newland, I. (2013). The Musical Body - Devising a choreo-musical interpretation for the work Tierkreis (1974-75) by Karlheinz Stockhausen. Book chapter in: Nine Ways of Seeing a Body (edited by Dr. Sandra Reeve), Triarchy Press.

Schroeder, F. (2013). Network[ed] Listening - Towards a de-centering of beings. Contemporary Music Review, pp. 215 - 229. Routledge Publishing.

Schroeder, F. (2012). Shifting Listening Identities – Towards a Fluidity of Form in Digital Music. Book Chapter in: Identity, Performance and Technology: Practices of empowerment, embodiment and technicity'. Edited by S. Broadhurst and J. Machon. Palgrave Macmillan. Available from Amazon.

Schroeder, F and Park, H. (2012) Park-Schroeder (Cork, 03-26-09) Recording. Digital download



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Pedagogical Writings (2012):

Schroeder, F. (2012). ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES. School of Creative Arts Queen’s University Belfast Centre for Educational Development.

Schroeder, F. (2012). ACTION RESEARCH. School of Creative Arts Queen’s University Belfast Centre for Educational Development.

Schroeder, F. (2012). PEER OBSERVATION. School of Creative Arts Queen’s University Belfast Centre for Educational Development.

Schroeder, F. (2012). TEACHING JOURNAL. School of Creative Arts Queen’s University Belfast Centre for Educational Development.

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CD (2011): io 0.0.1 beta++ (itself), Han-earl Park (guitar), Bruce Coates (alto+sopranino saxophones), Franziska Schroeder (soprano saxophone). SLAM records.

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Schroeder, F. (edited volume, 2009).
Performing Technology: User Content and the New Digital Media. Cambridge Publishing Scholars. Book now available through the publisher's site. Click on image below.

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Schroeder, F. (December, 2009). Network[ed] Listening: exploring possibilities of a haptic aurality. In: Performing Technology: User Content and the New Digital Media. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Schroeder, F. (December, 2009). The Body Skinned: Rethinking performative presence. Performance Research Journal “Transplantation” (Issue editors: Ric Allsopp & Phillip Warnell, Vol.14, No.4).

Schroeder, F. (2009) Dramaturgy as a Model for Geographically Displaced Collaborations: Views from Within and Views from Without. Contemporary Music Review, Volume 28 Issue 4, 377
(c) 'Copyright Holder', 2009. This is the author's version of the work. It is posted here by permission of 'Copyright Holder' for personal use, not for redistribution. The definitive version was published in Contemporary Music Review, Volume 28 Issue 4, August 2009.

Schroeder, F. and Rebelo, P. (August 2009). The Pontydian Performance: examining the performative layer. Accepted for Organised Sound, Vol. 14/2.

Schroeder, F. and Rebelo, P. (2009). Musicking the network: The body as disturbant. Accepted for the Dispersive Anatomies issue | Leonardo Electronic Almanac. (www.leoalmanac.org/).

Schroeder, F. (May 2009). Re-situating Performance Within The Threshold: Performance Practice Understood Through Theories Of Embodiment. VDM Publishing House Ltd. ISBN 978-3-639-14667-7. Available through stores online.

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Rebelo, Schroeder, Renaud (2008). Network Dramaturgy: Being on the node. Ann Arbor, MI: MPublishing, University of Michigan Library; Vol. 2008; Issue title: Routes/Roots. URL.


Single CD (September 2008) on the creative source label with improvisors Pedro Rebelo (piano), Franziska Schroeder (Soprano Saxophone), Guilherme Rodrigues (Cello) and Ernesto Rodrigues (Viola). Creative Source Recordings CS134

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Schroeder, F. (2008).
Caressing the Skin: Mobile devices and bodily engagement. Shortened version. 4th Stimulus Respond Publication of SKIN. (www.stimulusrespond.com).

Schroeder, F. (2008). Caressing the Skin: Mobile devices and bodily engagement. Presented at the 5th International Mobile Music Workshop in Vienna (13-15th May 2008). To appear in Conference Proceedings. (www.mobilemusicworkshop.org). A shorter version of this paper is to appear in the 4th Stimulus Respond Publication of SKIN. (www.stimulusrespond.com).

FAINT (2007) Double CD (CS088) of Improvised and Electroacoustic Music with Pedro Rebelo (Piano and Instrumental Parasites) and Steven Davis (Drums). Released by creative source recordings (www.creativesourcesrec.com).

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Schroeder, Renaud, Rebelo, Gualdas (2007)
. Addressing the Network: Performative Strategies for Playing Apart. Proceedings of the 2007 ICMC.

Schroeder, F. (July 2006). PhD Thesis. Re-situating Performance Within The Ambiguous, The Liminal, And The Threshold: Performance Practice Understood Through Theories Of Embodiment. School of Arts Culture and Environment. The University of Edinburgh.

Schroeder, F., Guest Editor. (2006) , Contemporary Music Review, Volume 25:1/2: Bodily Instruments and Instrumental Bodies: critical views on the relation of body and instrument in technologically informed performance environments , Editorial, pp.1-6, Routledge.

Also included in the volume: my paper entitled The Voice as Transcursive Inscriber: The relation of body and instrument understood through the workings of a machine , pp.131-138.

Schroeder, F. and Rebelo, P. (2006), Wearable Music in Engaging Technologies : Springer international journal AI & Society: The Journal of Human-Centred Systems, Journal no. 146. ISSN: 0951-5666 (print version) and ISSN: 1435-5655 (electronic version). Springer London.
Available: www.springer.com/146 [January 2006].

Previously published in the 2005 Proceedings of the Wearable Futures Conference, University of Wales, Newport/UK.

Rebelo, P. and Schroeder, F. (2006), Performing the Order: The Messiness of Play: Performance Research Journal 'Made to Order'; Vol. 11, issue 1, Taylor & Francis Ltd 2006. Available: www.performance-research.net [June 2006].

Schroeder, F. (2005), The Deleuze-ian/Guattarian Performance: performancing at n-1 dimensions: Body, Space & Technology Journal, Volume 8, Brunel University - 2005; ISSN 1470-9120. Available: http://people.brunel.ac.uk/bst/vol05/index.html [January 2006].

Also published in the 2005 Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC), Barcelona, Spain, pp.559-62.

Schroeder, F. (2005), The Touching of the Touch - performance as itching and scratching a quasi-incestuous object: IN Extensions: The Online Journal for Embodied Technology, Vol.2 (2005): Mediated Bodies: Locating Corporeality in a Pixilated World. Available: http://www.extensionsjournal.org/the-journal/2 [October 2008].


Schroeder, F. (2004),
The Old, The New and the New Old - A Conceptual Approach Towards Performing the Changing Body : originally at the New Forms Festival, International Festival of Media Arts, Vancouver, BC, Canada

www.newformsfestival.com

Revived version, December 2005 in Hz, Fylkingen's net journal.
Available: www.hz-journal.org [January 2006].

Schroeder, F., Rebelo, P. and Nelson, P. (2004), Oscillation: Work for Saxophonist, 3D Animation and Real-time Sound Processing Controlled by Motion Capture Data:

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roceedings of the AISB 2004 Convention, COST287-ConGAS Symposium on Gesture Interfaces for Multimedia Systems (GIMS), pp.64-69. In: "The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behaviour"; ISBN 1 902956 37 4.
Available: www.leeds.ac.uk/aisb/gims [January 2006].

Also published in the 2004 Proceedings of the International Conference on Music and Gesture, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.

Schroeder, F., (2002), Improv by (l a u t) on Dice3" - CD of the "Dice Project",
Available: http://ishtar.cdemusic.org/dice3.html [January 2006].