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Antonini Philippe, R. and Kosirnik, C. and Vuichoud, N. and Clark, T. and Williamon, A. and McPherson, G. E. (2020) Conservatory musicians’ temporal organization and self-regulation processes in preparing for a music exam. Frontiers in Psychology, 11 (89). pp. 1-12. ISSN 1664-1078

Fonte, V. and Pipa, L. and Williamon, A. and Lisboa, T. (2022) Memorising contemporary piano music as described by professional pianists. Music & Science. ISSN 2059-2043 (In Press)

Lisboa, T. and Chaffin, R. and Demos, A. P. (2015) Recording thoughts while memorizing music: a case study. Frontiers in Psychology, 5 (1561). ISSN 1664-1078

Williamon, A. (1999) The value of performing from memory. Psychology of Music, 27 (1). pp. 84-95. ISSN 0305-7356 (print) 1741-3087 (online)

Williamon, A. and Egner, T. (2004) Memory structures for encoding and retrieving a piece of music: an ERP investigation. Cognitive Brain Research, 22 (1). pp. 36-44. ISSN 0926-6410 (print) 1872-6348 (online)

Williamon, A. and Valentine, E. (2000) Quantity and quality of musical practice as predictors of performance quality. British Journal of Psychology, 91 (3). pp. 353-376. ISSN 0007-1269 (print) 2044-8295 (online)

Williamon, A. and Valentine, E. (2002) The role of retrieval structures in memorizing music. Cognitive Psychology, 44 (1). pp. 1-32. ISSN 0010-0285 (print) 1095-5623 (online)

Williamon, A. and Valentine, E. and Valentine, J. (2002) Shifting the focus of attention between levels of musical structure. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 14 (4). pp. 493-520. ISSN 2044-5911 (print) 2044-592X (online)

Thesis

Fonte, V. (2020) Reconsidering memorisation in the context of non-tonal piano music. Doctoral thesis, Royal College of Music.

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