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Atton, Chris (2014) What can we learn from ‘unpopular’ music and its audiences? In: Studying Music: An International Conference in Honour of Simon Frith, 10-12 April 2014, University of Edinburgh. (Unpublished)
Atton, Chris (2013) Cultures of Listening: The popular aesthetics of 'difficult music'. In: Languages and Literature Seminar Series, 2 October 2013, University of Strathclyde. (Unpublished)
Atton, Chris (2011) Fan discourse and the construction of noise music as a genre. Journal of Popular Music Studies, 23 (3). pp. 324-342. ISSN 15242226
Artt, Sarah (2011) The future sound of retro: Daft Punk, Tron: Legacy and the sound of science fiction. In: Sonic Futures: soundscapes and the languages of screen media, 23 - 26 June 2011, King's College London/Birkbeck. (Unpublished)
Atton, Chris (2004) Review of "Rock over the Edge: Transformations in Popular Music Culture". European Journal of Cultural Studies, 7 (1). pp. 122-124. ISSN 1367 5494
Brøvig-Hanssen, Ragnhild and Harkins, Paul (2012) Contextual incongruity and musical congruity: the aesthetics and humour of mash-ups. Popular Music, 31 (01). pp. 87-104. ISSN 0261-1430
Borland, Denise (2011) The Singer's Psyche: a psychological approach to vocal performance training. PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier University.
Beeston, Michael, Bailey, Mark, Burrin, Phillip and Mutter, C (2007) The cold dancer. [Audio]
Burrin, Phillip, Bailey, Mark, Beeston, Michael and Mutter, C (2006) Sohal’s String Quartet No.2. [Performance]
Beeston, Michael, Bailey, Mark, Burrin, Phillip, Mutter, C and Dempster, Kenneth (2006) Clarinet and String Quartet. [Performance]
Burton, Katrina (2006) “Floating sculptures”. [Composition]
Bailey, Mark, Beeston, Michael, Burrin, Phillip and Mutter, C (2005) Five senses. [Performance]
Burrin, Phillip, Bailey, Mark, Beeston, Michael and Stanzeleit, S (2002) Kenneth Leighton, Quartets 1 & 2, Seven Variations for String Quartet op. 43. [Audio]
Burrin, Phillip, Bailey, Mark, Beaston, M and Stanzeleit, S (2001) Scottish string quartets. [Audio]
Davismoon, Stephen (2006) Towards the water’s edge. [Composition]
Davidson, Lindsay (2006) Towards a fusion of western classical/contemporary and traditional Scots bagpipe composition techniques: "Manntaireachd". PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier University.
Dempster, Kenneth (2005) Six feet of blood. [Composition]
Eccles, John (2012) Poetry and symmetry as organizing forces in music. MPhil thesis, Edinburgh Napier University.
Ferguson, Paul and Hook, Dave (2005) In Perpetuity. [Composition]
Ferguson, Paul (2002) Castle: By Fire and Sword. [Audio]
Guerney, Tristan, Langridge, P, Owen-Norris, D and Layfield, M (2007) Songs from the pleasure garden. [Audio]
Harkins, Paul (2010) Microsampling: from Akufen's microhouse to Todd Edwards and the sound of UK Garage. In: Musical Rhythm in the Age of Digital Reproduction. Ashgate, pp. 177-194. ISBN 978-1-4094-0340-1
Harkins, Paul (2007) Todd Edwards & the microsample: speed & spirituality in UK Garage. In: Oslo, Norway, 18th - 20th October 2007, University of oslo.
Harris, Michael (2006) Concert 1 August 2006 – Rassa. [Performance]
Harris, Michael (2005) Organ Concert 23 September 2005. [Performance]
Harris, Michael (2004) An Edinburgh celebration. [Audio]
Hails, John (2003) De contemplationis digitis. [Composition]
Medbøe, Haftor (2013) Groovin’ High and Low: exploring the jazz vernacular. In: Rhythm Changes 2013, 11 - 14 April 2013, Salford UK. (Unpublished)
Medbøe, Haftor (2012) Nordic Tone: Redrawing borders of culture and boundaries of style. In: International Musicological Society, 1 - 7 July 2012, Rome, Italy. (Unpublished)
Tsiros, Augoustinos, LePlâtre, Grégory and Smyth, Michael (2012) Sketching concatenative synthesis: audiovisual Isomorphism in reduced modes. In: 9th Sound and Music Computing Conference, 11-14th July 2012, Aalborg University, Copenhagen.
Zammit, Veronique (2008) Towards a notion of cultural soundscape as an informant to original music composition - with particular reference to that of the Maltese Islands. PhD thesis, Napier University.