Selected Publications

Articles In Academic Journals

Year Title
2000 Are Continental Margin Carbon Fluxes Significant To The Global Ocean Carbon
2000 Exploring continental margin carbon fluxes on a global scaleEos, Transactions American Geophysical Union. 641-644.
2000 The fate of riverine carbon fluxesEos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union (Volume 81 Number 52).

Grants

  • Summer Research Grant for Transcribing and Ornamenting the Six Galliard Sonatas: Creating Compact Disc Recording and Performing Editions for Trombone  awarded by College of Arts and Letters, Old Dominion University 2013
  • Transcribing And Ornamenting Marcello Opus 1: Creating Compact Disc Recording On Trombone And Performing Editions For Trombone, Euphonium And Tuba  awarded by Old Dominion University Summer Research Fellowship Program - 2007
  • Creating Performing Editions and Compact Disc Recording of J.S. Bach Sonatas, BWV 1027, 1028, 1029 for Alto Trombone and Harpsichord  awarded by University of Kansas General Research Fund Grant - 2005
  • Supplied camera-ready copy for Corelli recording project compact disc liner notes  awarded by Kagarice Brass Editions, Denton, TX - 2004
  • To fund compact disc manufacture of Corelli recording project  awarded by Conn-Selmer, Inc. - 2004
  • To visit Kharkiv, Ukraine to present performances and masterclasses  awarded by University of Kansas International Travel Fund grant was - 2004
  • Signed as endorsing artist. They regularly provide funding for appearances at the International Music Camp.  awarded by Conn-Selmer, Inc. - 2003
  • Covered the last remaining recording costs of the Corelli project  awarded by The University of Kansas Hall Fund for the Improvement of Teaching grant - 2002
  • Funded performance at the International Trombone Festival, University of North Texas, Denton, TX.  awarded by University of Kansas Center for Research Faculty Scholarly Travel Fund Grant - 2002
  • Adapting, Embellishing and Recording Corelli‚Äôs Solo Violin Sonatas for Alto Trombone, Harpsichord and Double Bass  awarded by University of Kansas New Faculty General Research Fund Grant - 2001
  • Purchase of one Yamaha O1v digital mixing console, one Tascam minidisc recorder and four Yamaha powered speakers  awarded by Application on behalf of University of Kansas Trombone Studio to the University of Kansas Technology Fund - 2000
  • Keywords

  • Music : Trombone/Euphonium, Brass Choir
  • Education And Training

  • D.M.A. in Trombone Performance, University of Minnesota 1998
  • M.M. in Trombone Performance, The University of Arizona 1992
  • B.M.E. in Music Education, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point 1989
  • Full Name

  • James Hall