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Adlington, R. (2008) 1968 and new music in the Netherlands. In: Musikkulturen in der Revolte: Studien zu Rock, Avantgarde und Klassik im Umfeld von "1968" [Music Cultures in the Revolt: Studies on Rock, Avant-garde and Classical in the Context of "1968"]. Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart, pp. 103-114. ISBN 978-3-515-09461-0

Adlington, R. (2013) Communisms, communist musics. In: Red Strains: Music and Communism Outside the Communist Bloc. British Academy/Oxford University Press, London, pp. 1-20. ISBN 9780197265390 (hardback) 9780191760440 (e-book)

Adlington, R. (2013) Composing dissent: avant-garde music in 1960s Amsterdam. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780199981014 (hardback) 9780199346202 (e-book)

Adlington, R. (2020) Curating difference. In: Finding Democracy in Music. Musical Cultures of the Twentieth Century . Routledge. ISBN 9780367486921 (hardback) 9780367499457 (paperback) 9780367486938 (e-book)

Adlington, R. (2009) Forms of opposition at the “Politiek‐Demonstratief Experimenteel” concert. In: Sound Commitments: Avant-garde Music and the Sixties. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 56-77. ISBN 9780195336658 (paperback) 9780199868551 (e-book)

Adlington, R. (2009) Introduction: avant-garde music and the sixties. In: Sound Commitments: Avant-garde Music and the Sixties. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 3-14. ISBN 9780195336658 (paperback) 9780199868551 (e-book)

Adlington, R. (2019) Introduction: why ‘new music theatre’ now? In: New Music Theatre in Europe: Transformations between 1955-1975. Musical Cultures of the Twentieth Century . Routledge. ISBN 9781138323018 (hardback) 9780367730949 (paperback) 9780429451669 (e-book)

Adlington, R. (2005) Louis Andriessen, Hanns Eisler, and the Lehrstück. Journal of Musicology, 21 (3) pp. 381-417. ISSN 0277-9269 (print) 1533-8347 (online)

Adlington, R. (2018) Modernism: the people’s music? In: The Routledge Research Companion to Modernism in Music. Routledge Music Companions . Routledge. ISBN 9781472470409 (hardback) 9780367733032 (paperback) 9781315613291 (e-book)

Adlington, R. (2019) Music together, music apart: on democratic communities. Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 144 (1) pp. 191-204. ISSN 0269-0403 (print), 1471-6933 (online)

Adlington, R. (2007) Organizing labor: composers, performers, and “the renewal of musical practice” in the Netherlands, 1969–72. The Musical Quarterly, 90 (3-4) pp. 539-577. ISSN 0027-4631 (print) 1741-8399 (online)

Adlington, R. (2018) Politics and the popular in British music theatre of the Vietnam era. Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 143 (2) pp. 433-471. ISSN 0269-0403 (print), 1471-6933 (online)

Adlington, R. (2009) Tuning in and dropping out: the disturbance of the Dutch premiere of Stockhausen's Stimmung. Music & Letters, 90 (1) pp. 94-112. ISSN 0027-4224 (print) 1477-4631 (online)

Asaba, Y. (2022) Demarcating status: tango music and dance in Japan, 1913-1940. In: Worlds of Social Dancing: Dance Floor Encounters and the Global Rise of Couple Dancing, c. 1910-40. Studies in Popular Culture . Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 154-176. ISBN 9781526156259 (hardback) 9781526156242 (e-book)

Asaba, Y. (2019) ‘Folds of the heart’: performing life-experience, emotion, and empathy in Japanese tango music culture. Ethnomusicology Forum, 28 (1) pp. 45-65. ISSN 1741-1912 (print) 1741-1920 (online)

Asaba, Y. (2017) Review of 'Tracing Tangueros: Argentine Tango Instrumental Music' by K Link, & K Wendland. Music & Letters, 98 (3) pp. 498-500. ISSN 0027-4224 (print) 1477-4631 (online)

Asaba, Y. (2018) The arrival of tango in Japan: allure, fear, and morality in early twentieth century Japan. The Japan Society Proceedings, 155 pp. 106-123. ISSN 0952-2050

Asaba, Y. (2020) The reception of tango and the creation of its authenticity in twentieth century Japan: a study from the perspective of “Internalized Modernity”. Popular Music Studies, 24 pp. 3-15. ISSN 1343-9251 (print) 1883-5945 (online)


Betts, N. (2020) The personal and social impact of non-accredited music education in prison: a transformative mixed methods approach to research in custodial settings. Masters thesis, Royal College of Music.

Brooks, J. and Thormählen, W. (2021) Introduction: making music matter in historic houses. In: Sound Heritage: Making Music Matter in Historic Houses. Routledge Research in Music . Routledge. ISBN 9780367237165 (hardback) 9780429281327 (e-book)


Camlin, D. A. (2018) Assessing quality in socially engaged musical performances. In: Reflective Conservatoire Conference 2018: Artists as Citizens, 20-23 February 2018, Guildhall School of Music & Drama. (Unpublished)

Camlin, D. A. (2017) Beyond binaries. In: Music and Ideas: What Do Excellence and Inclusion Really Mean?, 21 September 2017, Royal College of Music, London. (Unpublished)

Camlin, D. A. (2023) Community music and the civic imagination. In: Listen to your Neighbourhood: Musik als Medium kultureller und Sozialer Arbeit. Beltz Juventa, pp. 10-21. ISBN 978-3-7799-7012-5

Camlin, D. A. (2022) Encounters with participatory music. In: The Chamber Musician in the Twenty-First Century. MDPI, Basel, pp. 43-72. ISBN 978-3-03897-562-5 (hardback) 978-3-03897-563-2 (PDF)

Camlin, D. A. (2021) Mind the gap! In: Community Music at the Boundaries. Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. ISBN 9781771124577 (paperback)

Camlin, D. A. (2017) Music in three dimensions: an integrative perspective on the aesthetic, praxial and social dimensions of music. In: International Society for Music Education World Conference, 25-29 July 2016, Glasgow.

Camlin, D. A. (2021) Organizational dynamics in community ensembles. In: Together in Music: Coordination, Expression, Participation. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780198860761 (hardback)

Camlin, D. A. (2021) Recovering our humanity - what’s love (and music) got to do with it? In: Authentic Connection: Music, Spirituality, and Wellbeing. Music and Spirituality (13). Peter Lang, Oxford. ISBN 9781800791596 (paperback)

Camlin, D. A. (2017) Whatever you say I am, that’s what I’m not: developing dialogical and dissensual ways of conceiving of and talking about community music. In: International Seminar of the ISME Commission on Community Music Activity, 19-23 July 2016, Edinburgh.

Camlin, D. A. and Caulfield, L. and Perkins, R. (2020) Capturing the magic: a three-way dialogue on the impact of music on people and society. International Journal of Community Music, 13 (2) pp. 157-172. ISSN 1752-6299 (print) 1752-6302 (online)

Camlin, D. A. and Daffern, H. and Zeserson, K. (2020) Group singing as a resource for the development of a healthy public: a study of adult group singing. Humanities & Social Sciences Communications, 7 (60) ISSN 2662-9992 (online)


Henley, J. and Cohen, M. L. (2014) Constructing personal narratives around key musical events: redefining identities and attitudes within and outside of prison music. In: CMA XIV Listening to the world: Experiencing and Connecting the Knowledge from Community Music, 15-18 July 2014, Salvador, Brazil.

Hewett, I. (1996) Book review: 'Classical music and postmodern knowledge' by Laurence Kramer. BBC Music Magazine, 4 (6) p. 23. ISSN 0966-7180 (print)

Hewett, I. (2020) La Traviata was a 'fiasco' and Great Expectations flopped: the masterpieces that started as first-night disasters. Daily Telegraph ISSN 0307-1235 (print) 2059-7487 (online)

Hewett, I. (2020) Sorry, Remainers – Ode To Joy is not, and has never been, an EU anthem. Daily Telegraph ISSN 0307-1235 (print) 2059-7487 (online)

Hewett, I. (2021) The vanishing discipline: the threat to musicology. Search: Journal for New Music and Culture, 12 pp. 1-17.


Kawabata, M. (2023) The new "Yellow Peril" in "Western" European symphony orchestras. In: Voices for Change in the Classical Music Profession: New Ideas for Tackling Inequalities and Exclusions. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780197601211 (hardback) 9780197601228 (paperback) 9780197601259 (e-book)


Lawson, C. (2011) Nourishment, body and soul: modern performers, diverse tastes. In: Educated Tastes: Food, Drink, and Connoisseur Culture. At Table . University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, pp. 215-236. ISBN 978-0-8032-1935-9 (paperback) 978-0-8032-3813-8 (e-book)


Mather, B. and Camlin, D. A. (2017) Situational pedagogy in community music: developing a pedagogical approach which accounts for and responds to the changing needs of music learners and music learning situations. In: International Seminar of the ISME Commission on Community Music Activity, 19-23 July 2016, Edinburgh.

Mayes, S. and Whitfield, S. K. (2021) An inconvenient Black history of British musical theatre 1900-1950. Methuen Drama, Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350119635 (hardback) 9781350232686 (paperback) 9781350119642 (e-book)

Mayes, S. and Whitfield, S. K. (2021) An inconvenient Black history of British musical theatre 1900-1950, lecture concert, Wigmore Hall, 21 September 2021. [Performance]

Meyn, N. (2015) Exile estates and music restitution. In: Symposium, 31 May 2015, Royal College of Music, London. (Unpublished)

Meyn, N. (2018) Singing a song in a foreign land. In: Association of Anglican Musicians Conference, 11-14 June 2018, San Antonio, Texas. (Unpublished)

Meyn, N. and Heller-Jones, C. (2018) Love of Lieder: tracing the Jewish journey through 19th and 20th century German song [study course]. Liberal Jewish Synagogue, London. (Unpublished)

Morgan, F. (2020) Common cents: the experiences of low-income students in high-profile conservatoires. Masters thesis, Royal College of Music.


Perkins, R. and Kaye, S. and Zammit, B. B. and Mason-Bertrand, A. and Spiro, N. and Williamon, A. (2022) How arts engagement supported social connectedness during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK: findings from the HEartS Survey. Public Health, 207 pp. 1-6. ISSN 0033-3506


Rossi Rognoni, G. (2019) Organology and the others: a political perspective. Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society, 44 pp. 7-17. ISSN 0362-3300


Shaughnessy, C. and Perkins, R. and Spiro, N. and Waddell, G. and Williamon, A. (2023) Cultivating progressive development in the cultural industries: challenges and support needs identified by the creative workforce in the United Kingdom. Cultural Trends ISSN 0954-8963 (print) 1469-3690 (online)

Smith, R. L. (2021) Bizet's Carmen uncovered. Boydell & Brewer, Martlesham, Suffolk. ISBN 9781783275250 (hardback) 9781787449213 (e-book) 9781800100466 (e-book)

Smith, R. L. (2020) Marketing Madame Chaminade: soap, smells and sheet music. In: Conference: Musical Women in Europe in the Long Nineteenth Century, 24-26 February 2020, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester. (Unpublished)

Smith, R. L. (1998) Ways and means: review of 'Les voies de l'opéra français au XIXe siècle' by Hervé Lacombe. The Musical Times, 139 (1896) pp. 64-66. ISSN 0027-4666 (print) 2397-5318 (online)

Stirling, C. (2016) ‘Beyond the dance floor’? Gendered publics and creative practices in electronic dance music. Contemporary Music Review, 35 (1) pp. 130-149. ISSN 0749-4467 (print) 1477-2256 (online)

Stirling, C. (2017) Crowds, cordons, and computers: rethinking density through London’s grime scene. In: Re-thinking Density: Art, Culture and Urban Practices. Publication Series of the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna . Sternberg Press, London, pp. 212-231. ISBN 978-3-95679-362-2 (paperback)

Stirling, C. (2021) Night cubes: revisiting UK sound art’s popular and club histories. Flash Art

Stirling, C. (2020) Sonic methodologies in urban studies. In: The Bloomsbury Handbook of Sonic Methodologies. Bloomsbury, London, pp. 115-139. ISBN 9781501338755 (hardback)

Stirling, C. (2016) Sound art/street life: tracing the social and political effects of sound installations in London. Journal of Sonic Studies, 11 ISSN 2212–6252

Stirling, C. (2018) Sound, affect, politics. In: The Routledge Companion to Sound Studies. Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions . Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 54-67. ISBN 9781138854253 (hardback) 9780367659745 (paperback) 9781315722191 (e-book)

Stirling, C. (2019) Voice memos from the dancefloor. [Audio]


Thormählen, W. (2014) Lamenting at the piano: domestic music-making and well-being in eighteenth-century Britain. Göttingen Händel-Beiträge, 15 pp. 144-160. ISSN 0177-7319 (print) 2197-330X (online)

Tregear, P. and Johansen, G. and Jorgensen, H. and Sloboda, J. and Tulve, H. and Wistreich, R. (2016) Conservatoires in society: institutional challenges and possibilities for change. Arts & Humanities in Higher Education, 15 (3-4) pp. 276-292. ISSN 14740222


Whitfield, S. K. (2019) Black performance practice as British musical theatre 1900–1950: digitising and recovering a lost timeline. In: IFTR, Digital Humanities Working Group, 2019, New York Public Library. (Unpublished)

Whitfield, S. K. (2018) Book review: Elizabeth L. Wollman, A Critical Companion to the American Stage Musical (London: Bloomsbury, 2017). New Theatre Quarterly, 34 (2) pp. 196-197. ISSN 0266-464X (print) 1474-0613 (online)

Whitfield, S. K. (2018) Book review: Marc Edward Shaw and Holly Welker (eds.), Singing and dancing to The Book of Mormon: critical essays on the Broadway musical (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016). Studies in Theatre and Performance, 38 (3) pp. 350-352. ISSN 1468-2761 (print) 2040-0616 (online)

Whitfield, S. K. (2017) Book review: Robert Gordon, Olaf Jubin, and Millie Taylor: British Musical Theatre since 1950 (London: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016). New Theatre Quarterly, 33 (2) p. 200. ISSN 0266-464X (print) 1474-0613 (online)

Whitfield, S. K. (2018) Boublil and Schönberg’s Les Misérables. The Fourth Wall . Routledge. ISBN 9781138094383 (paperback) 9781315106090 (e-book)

Whitfield, S. K. (2024) Flowers for Mrs Harris: Covid-19, women's work, and the musical's 'some kind of bliss'. In: Contemporary British Musicals: ‘Out of the Darkness’. Bloomsbury: Methuen Drama, London. ISBN 9781350268050 (hardback) 9781350268036 (paperback) 9781350268043 (e-book) (In Press)

Whitfield, S. K. (2017) 'For the first time in forever': locating Frozen as a feminist Disney musical. In: The Disney Musical on Stage and Screen: Critical Approaches from 'Snow White' to 'Frozen'. Methuen Drama (Bloomsbury), London. ISBN 9781474234177 (hardback) 9781474234160 (paperback) 9781474234191 (e-book)

Whitfield, S. K. (2023) Understanding the history of 1930s musical migrants to Britain through minimal computing-led digital humanities: the Hamburger-Lidka-Fuchsová Database and Datasets. [Dataset]

Whitfield, S. K. (2017) ‘You wanna hear the real story?’ (Mis)remembering masculinity in Clint Eastwood's adaptation of Jersey Boys. In: Twenty-First Century Musicals: From Stage to Screen. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781138648906 (hardback) 9781138648890 (paperback) 9781315626123 (e-book)

Whitfield, S. K. (2020) A space has been made: bisexual+ stories in musical theatre. Theatre Topics, 30 (2) E5-E12. ISSN 1054-8378 (print) 1086-3346 (online)

Wistreich, R. (2023) Colonialism, late capitalism, and the invention of Early Music. In: ‘The Revival of Heritage’: in memoriam Richard Taruskin (1945–2022), 28–29 August 2023, STIMU Symposium, Utrecht Festival Oude Muziek. (Unpublished)

Wolf, S. and Asare, M. and Berman, R. and Eng, R. and Glover, E. M. and Savran, D. and Stitt, G. and Webster, B. and Whitfield, S. K. (2021) What do we do with the musical theater canon? In: Troubling Traditions: Canonicity, Theatre, and Performance in the US. Routledge. ISBN 9780367468323 (hardback) 9780367468309 (paperback) 9781003031413 (e-book)

Wright, D. C. H. (2020) Book review: 'Mary Gladstone and the Victorian salon: music, literature, liberalism' by Phyllis Weliver. Journal of the American Musicological Society, 73 (2) pp. 420-425. ISSN 0003-0139 (print) 1547-3848 (online)

Wright, D. C. H. (2009) Catalyst for change: review of 'The triumph of music: composers, musicians and their audiences, 1700 to the present' by Tim Blanning. The Musical Times, 150 (1909) pp. 103-107. ISSN 0027-4666 (print) 2397-5318 (online)

Wright, D. C. H. (1994) Coups de tête: review article. The Musical Times, 135 (1813) pp. 153-155. ISSN 0027-4666 (print) 2397-5318 (online)

Wright, D. C. H. (2002) Going for green: review of 'The English musical Renaissance 1840-1940: constructing a national music' by Merion Hughes and Robert Stradling. The Musical Times, 143 (1879) pp. 47-50. ISSN 0027-4666 (print) 2397-5318 (online)

Wright, D. C. H. (2003) Networking: review article. The Musical Times, 144 (1883) pp. 67-69. ISSN 0027-4666 (print) 2397-5318 (online)

Wright, D. C. H. (2022) Review article: People power: 'The art of appreciation: music and middlebrow culture in modern Britain' by Kate Guthrie. The Musical Times, 163 (1960) pp. 87-102. ISSN 0027-4666 (print) 2397-5318 (online)

Wright, D. C. H. (2006) Sir Frederick Bridge and the musical furtherance of the 1902 imperial project. In: Europe, Empire, and Spectacle in Nineteenth-Century British Music. Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain . Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 115-130. ISBN 9780754652083 (hardback) 9781315094281 (e-book)

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