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Digital Humanities

Elyse is a passionate about sharing knowledge with others and ensuring records and archives remain protected while also accessible. Below are specific projects which incorporate website and digital database creation and digital archiving.

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Alfred Hill - Digital Archive

New Zealand

The Alfred Hill Digital Archive has been created to provide access to musicians and researchers of all available resources relating to the life and music of Australia and New Zealand's most significant composer born in the nineteenth century.

The contents include published scores, manuscripts, programmes, letters, photographs, newspaper clippings and other miscellaneous documents.

Australia and New Zealand Viola Society

Australia and New Zealand

The Australian and New Zealand Viola Society (ANZVS) is a non-profit organisation which exists to promote viola performance and research. The society produces the biannual ANZVS Journal and organises ‘viola’ events, teacher’s and player’s workshops, master-classes, concerts, local viola ensemble days, viola conventions and congresses.

This new website publication provides the ANZVS with a platform that can be used to preserve and promote all of the society's activites.


Dimitris Dragatakis Archive

Athens, Greece

Dimitris Dragatakis (1914-2001) is one of Greece's most important modern composers. Find out more about his life, works, and legacy.

During October 2019, this digital database website was created which includes a thorough catalogue of works, biographic information, archive of important events and publications, list of discography, all born digital content, video catalogue, among other important resources from the Archive.

New Zealand String Quartet | Watch & Listen

New Zealand

Featuring live performances, studio recordings, interviews, and more, the New Zealand String Quartet has an impressive discography and video archive on their website.

In its 33 year history, the NZSQ have recorded for major labels, presented NZ music at home and abroad, and been a pillar, a taonga in the NZ arts sector. 

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