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Armstrong, T, Frohlich, D and Calic, J (2013) Com-Note the Composer's Notebook .

Armstrong, T (2013) Aspects of the Creative Process in Morning Music and Other Works In: Music and/as Process, 2013-06-29 - 2013-06-30, University of Huddersfield.

Armstrong, T (2013) A Changing Practice: Confronting Philosophy Through Composition and Performance In: Music and Philosophy, 2013-07-18 - 2013-07-20, Kings College London.

Armstrong, T and Desbruslais, S (2013) Notational Strategies and Collaborative Narratives in Albumleaves for Trumpet and String Quartet In: Notation in Contemporary Music: Composition, Performance, Improvisation, 2013-10-18 - 2013-10-20, Goldsmiths College.

Armstrong, T (2012) Opened Spaces (2007): 'London Song' and 'Song of Inishmaan' Meridian Records, London.

Armstrong, T (2012) From Both Sides Now: Composer and Performer Perspectives on Notational Practice In: INTIME 2012 Symposium. Notation- Composer/Performer Dialogues, 2012-10-19 - 2012-10-20, University of Coventry.

Armstrong, T (2012) Innovation within Tradition: a Case Study of Composer and Performer Creativity In: Third International Symposium on Music and Sonic Art: Practices and Theories (MuSA) 2012, 2012-07-07 - 2012-07-08, Karlsruhe, Germany. (Unpublished)

Armstrong, T and Diamond, S (2011) The Cathedral on the Marshes [Composition] (Unpublished)

Armstrong, T and Capulet, E (2009) Collaboration and Tradition In: Collaborative Processes in Music Making: Pedagogy and Practice, 2009-11-11 - 2009-11-11, University of Surrey. (Unpublished)

Armstrong, T (2008) Response: Music, image and the sublime Textual Practice, 22 (1). 71 - 83. ISSN 0950-236X

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