Past

YouTube channel:
Flute Origins

2016 Radio recording:
Gill, Frances, Bengtson Jan.
Hör stenåldersflöjten från Karin Bojs program igen! Karin Bojs, Sommar & Vinter i P1, produced by John Swartling, Swartling Production AB, Stockholm.
http://sverigesradio.se/sida/avsnitt/768837?programid=2071

2016 Music archaeology article:
Gill, Frances.
Foraging for Sound: Towards a Palaeolithic Flutescape and its Tonal Associations. In Studien zur Musikarchäologie X. Sound ‒ Object ‒ Culture ‒ History (Ricardo Eichmann, Jianjun Fang and Lars-Christian Koch (Eds.), 251‒255. Leidorf, Rahden/Westf. (Available on request)

2016 Music archaeology article:
Münzel, Susanne C./Conard, Nicholas J./Hein, Wulf/Gill, Frances/Potengowski, Anna-Friederike.
Interpreting Three Upper Palaeolithic Wind Instruments from Germany and One from France as Flutes: (Re)construction, Playing Techniques and Sonic Results. In Studien zur Musikarchäologie X. Sound ‒ Object ‒ Culture ‒ History (Ricardo Eichmann, Jianjun Fang and Lars-Christian Koch, Eds.), 225‒243. Leidorf, Rahden/Westf. (Available on request)

2012 Archaeology dissertation:
Gill, Frances.
Flute Lines: Experiencing Reconstructions Concerning Music. Bachelor dissertation in archaeology. School of Cultural Sciences, Linnaeus University, Kalmar/Växjö.
http://www.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:636086/FULLTEXT01.pdf

Autobiography


Mother Flute

This is the website for Frances Gill's sound and music.