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Buurman, E. (2014) The Viennese forerunners of the “Diabelli Project”. Arietta, 8. pp. 21-28. ISSN 1465-9387.

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Clift, S. M. (2010) New developments in research on singing, wellbeing and health. In: Faculty of Health and Life Sciences Academic Research Seminar Programme, 10 March 2010, University of the West of England, Bristol.

Clift, S. M. (2010) Why singing is good for wellbeing and health. In: Bromley ArtsNet Conference on Singing, Wellbeing and Health, 28 April 2010, Bromley.

Clift, S. M. (2010) The development and evaluation of a singing group network for mental health service users in the South East of England. In: 20th IUPHE World Conference on Health Promotion, 11-15 July 2010, Geneva, Switzerland.

Clift, S. M., Nicol, J., Raisbeck, M., Whitmore, C. and Morrison, I. (2010) Group singing, wellbeing and health: a systematic mapping of research evidence. UNESCO Observatory, 2 (1). ISSN 1835-2776.

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Ghikas, P. (2011) Performers under the influence: The Film Sextet. In: Costa Valente, A. and Capucho, R., eds. Avança Cinema 2011. Avança Editions. pp. 43-57 ISBN 9789899685819

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Hancox, G. (2009) The composer–performer relationship in the music of Peter Maxwell Davies. In: Gloag, K. and Jones, N., eds. Peter Maxwell Davies Studies. Cambridge Composer Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521886581

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Igweonu, K. (2015) From page to the stage: a choreographic analysis of Felix Akinsipe’s Struggling to Die. In: Akinsipe, F. A., ed. Dance Scripts for the Stage. University of Ilorin. pp. 2-16 ISBN 9783215663

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Mantzourani, E. (2008) An introduction to Skalkottas’s twelve-note compositional processes. In: Vrontos, H., ed. Nikos Skalkottas: A Greek European. Athens: Benaki Museum. ISBN 9789604760152

McKay, N. (2014) Dialogising Stravinsky: a topic theory and gestural interpretation. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. Igor Stravinsky: Sounds and Gestures of Modernism. Brepols Publisher. ISBN 9782503553252

McKay, N. (2016) Introversive and extroversive processes: rethinking Stravinsky's music as dialogue between formalist and expressive paradigms. In: Hawes, V. and Redhead, L., eds. Music and/as Process. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 10-33 ISBN 9781443894913

McKay, N. (2016) Review: Danuta Mirka (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Topic Theory. Eighteenth-Century Music, 13 (1). pp. 110-113. ISSN 1478-5706.

McKay, N. (2016) Review: Maureen A. Carr, After the Rite: Stravinsky’s Path to Neoclassicism (1914–1925) (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2014). xxiv + 328 pp. $58/£37.49. ISBN 978-0-19-974293-6 (hb). Music Analysis, 35 (1). pp. 119-126. ISSN 1468-2249.

McKay, N. (2016) Stravinsky’s opera in a postmodern age: an intermedial semiotic reading. In: Maeder, C. and Reybrouck, M., eds. Music, Analysis, Experience: New Perspectives in Musical Semiotics. Leuven University Press. (In Press)

Merchant, P. (2004) Review of Thomas McGeary, 'Verse epistles on Italian opera singers, 1724-1736'. The Scriblerian and the Kit-Kats, 36 (2). pp. 160-161. ISSN 0190-731X.

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Rawson, R. (2016) Johann Christoph Pepusch, Venus and Adonis (masque in two acts), 1715, Ramée 1502, 2016. [Audio]

Redhead, L. (2014) False relationships: Nicola LeFanu, 'I am bread'. In: Seddon, L, ed. Sounding Food and Music. Brighton: Arts Council of England. pp. 28-38

Redhead, L. (2015) The beautiful and the political. Contemporary Music Review, 34 (2). pp. 247-255. ISSN 0749-4467.

Redhead, L. (2017) entoptic landscape and ijereja: music as an iterative process. New Sound: International Journal of Music, 49. ISSN 1821-3782. (In Press)

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Skingley, A. (2010) Local experience of running an NIHR project in Kent and Medway. In: Kent and Medway One Day Research Event: Celebrating Success, 15 September 2010, Chatham.

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