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Anderson, I. & Rennie, T. (2016). Thoughts in the Field: 'Self-reflexive narrative' in field recording. Organised Sound: an international journal of music and technology, 21(3), pp. 222-232. doi: 10.1017/S1355771816000194

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Barthet, M., Plumbley, M. D., Kachkaev, A., Dykes, J., Wolff, D. & Weyde, T. (2014). Big Chord Data Extraction and Mining. Paper presented at the 9th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology – CIM14, 03-12-2014 - 06-12-2014, Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Berlin, Germany.

Benetos, E., Badeau, R., Weyde, T. & Richard, G. (2014). Template Adaptation for Improving Automatic Music Transcription. Paper presented at the 15th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR), 27-10-2014 - 31-10-2014, Taipei, Taiwan.

Benetos, E. & Holzapfel, A. (2014). Incorporating pitch class profiles for improving automatic transcription of Turkish makam music. Paper presented at the 4th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, 12-06-2014 - 13-06-2014, Istanbul, Turkey.

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Cherla, S., Weyde, T., Garcez, A. & Pearce, M. (2013). A Distributed Model For Multiple-Viewpoint Melodic Prediction. In: A. de Souza Britto Jr, F. Gouyon & S. Dixon (Eds.), Proceedings of the 14th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference. (pp. 15-20). International Society for Music Information Retrieval. ISBN 978-0-615-90065-0

Cottrell, S.J. (2004). Smoking and all that Jazz. In: S. L. Gilman & X. Zhou (Eds.), Smoke: A Global History of Smoking. (pp. 154-159). Reaktion Books. ISBN 9781861892003

Cross, J. & Pace, I. (2001). Finnissy, Michael (Peter). In: Grove Music Online. . Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9781561592630

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Devine, K. (2013). Imperfect Sound Forever: Loudness Wars, Listening Formations and the History of Sound Reproduction. Popular Music, 32(2), pp. 159-176. doi: 10.1017/S0261143013000032

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Einbond, A. (2013). Subtractive Synthesis: noise and digital (un)creativity. In: A. Cassidy & A. Einbond (Eds.), Noise in and as music. (pp. 57-75). Huddersfield, UK: University of Huddersfield Press. ISBN 9781862181182

Einbond, A., Schwarz, D., Borghesi, R. & Schnell, N. (2016). Introducing CatOracle: Corpus-based concatenative improvisation with the Audio Oracle algorithm. Paper presented at the 42nd International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 2016), 12-16 Sept 2016, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

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Giannoulis, D., Benetos, E., Klapuri, A. & Plumbley, M. D. (2014). Improving instrument recognition in polyphonic music through system integration. Paper presented at the 2014 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), 04-05-2014 - 09-05-2014, Florence, Italy.

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Harper, A. (2016). "Backwoods": Rural Distance and Authenticity in Twentieth-Century American Independent Folk and Rock Discourse. Samples : Notizen, Projekte und Kurzbeiträge zur Popularmusikforschung(14),

Harper, A. (2016). 'Dux Content: Life Style' and 'The New Hi-Tech Underground'. In: T. Beyer & T. Burkhalter (Eds.), Seismographic Sounds - Visions of a New World. (pp. 478-483). Bern: Norient. ISBN 978-3-9524496-0-8

Harper, A. (2011). Introduction. In: A. Harper (Ed.), Infinite Music: Imaging the Next Millennium of Human Music-Making. (pp. 1-14). Winchester, UK: John Hunt Publishing. ISBN 1846949246

Hassiotis, K. (2010). A critical edition of the 48 studies for oboe, op. 31 by Franz Wilhelm Ferling (1796-1874), based on original historical evidence and viewed within the context of the evolution of didactic material for oboe, with particular reference to nineteenth-century performing practices.. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Honingh, A. (2008). A geometrical approach to find the preferred intonation of chords (Report No. TR/2008/DOC/02). .

Honingh, A. & Weyde, T. (2008). Integrating Convexity and Compactness into the ISSM: Melodic Analysis of Music (Report No. TR/2008/DOC/03). .

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Kachkaev, A., Wolff, D., Barthet, M., Tidhar, D., Plumbley, M. D., Dykes, J. & Weyde, T. (2014). Visualising Chord Progressions in Music Collections: A Big Data Approach. Paper presented at the 9th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology – CIM14, 03-12-2014 - 06-12-2014, Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung, Berlin, Germany.

Karpeyev, Alexander (2014). New light on Nikolay Medtner as pianist and teacher. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

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Lambert, A., Weyde, T. & Armstrong, N. (2014). Beyond the Beat: Towards Metre, Rhythm and Melody Modelling with Hybrid Oscillator Networks. (2014 ed.) In: A. Georgaki & G. Kouroupetroglou (Eds.), Music Technology Meets Philosophy: from Digital Echos to Virtual Ethos. Proceedings of ICMC, SMC. (pp. 485-490). San Francisco: International Computer Music Association.

Lambert, A., Weyde, T. & Armstrong, N. (2014). Studying the Effect of Metre Perception on Rhythm and Melody Modelling with LSTMs. Paper presented at the 3rd International Workshop on Musical Metacreation, held at the 10th Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment Conference, 03-10-2014 - 07-10-2014, Raleigh, USA.

Loya, S. (2015). The Mystery of the Seventeenth Hungarian Rhapsody. Quaderni dell’Instituto Liszt, 15, pp. 107-146.

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Margree, P., MacFarlane, A., Price, L. & Robinson, L. (2014). Information behaviour of music record collectors. Information Research: an international electronic journal, 19(4),

Mbaye, J. F. (2015). Géographies de l'économie de la musique hip hop au Sénégal. In: M. Roy-Valex & G. Bellavance (Eds.), Arts et territoires à l'ère du développement durable : vers une nouvelle économie culturelle? (pp. 231-258). Presses de l'Université Laval. ISBN 978-2-7637-2619-9

Mbaye, J. F. (2014). Hip Hop Politics: Recognising a Southern Complexity. In: S. Parnell & S. Oldfield (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook on Cities of the Global South. (pp. 396-412). London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780415818650

Mbaye, J. F. & Deme, A. (2015). Formidable comme Karim Wade. In: T. Beyer, T. Burkhalter & H. Liechti (Eds.), Seismographic Sounds: Visions of a New World. (pp. 42-44). Bern, Switzerland: Norient Books. ISBN 9783952449608

Mera, M. (2015). Agitprop Rap? "Ill Manors" and the Impotent Indifference of Social Protest. In: T. Miller (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Global Popular Culture. (pp. 268-281). New York, USA: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-64147-0

Mera, M. (2013). Inglo(u)rious Basterdization: Tarantino and the War Movie Mashup. In: C. Vernallis, A. Herzog, & J. Richardson (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Image in Digital Media. (pp. 437-461). New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199757640

Mera, M. (2016). Materialising Film Music. In: M. Cooke & F. Ford (Eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Film Music. . Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781316146781

Mera, M. (2013). Review of Peter Franklin, Seeing Through Music: Gender and Modernisms in Classic Hollywood Film. Music, Sound and the Moving Image, 7(2), pp. 195-218. doi: 10.3828/msmi.2013.9

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Nooshin, L. (2016). Jazz and its Social Meanings in Iran: From Cultural Colonialism to the Universal. In: P. Bohlman, P. Goffredo & T. Jackson (Eds.), Jazz Worlds/World Jazz. (pp. 125-149). USA: Chicago University Press. ISBN 9780226236032

Nooshin, L. (2008). The Language of Rock: Iranian Youth, Popular Music, and National Identity. In: M. Semati (Ed.), Media, culture and society in Iran. (pp. 69-93). Oxford: Psychology Press. ISBN 0415772168

Nooshin, L. (1996). The Processes of Creation and Recreation in Persian Classical Music. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths' College)

Nooshin, L. (2014). Re-Imagining Difference: Musical Analysis, Alterity and the Creative Process. Paper presented at the Analysis, Cognition and Ethnomusicology’ Third International Conference on Analytical Approaches to World Music (AAWM 2014)/Annual Conference of the British Forum for Ethnomusicology (BFE 2014), 01-07-2014 - 04-07-2014, London.

Nooshin, L. (2005). 'Subversion and Countersubversion: Power, Control and Meaning in the New Iranian Pop Music. In: A. J. Randall (Ed.), Music, power, and politics. (pp. 231-272). USA: Psychology Press. ISBN 0415943647

Nooshin, L. (2014). Two Revivalist Moments in Iranian Classical Music. In: C. Bithell & J. Hill (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Music Revival. (pp. 275-297). Oxford University Press. ISBN 0199765030

Nooshin, L. (2005). Underground, Overground: Rock Music and Youth Discourses in Iran. Iranian Studies (Special Issue: Music and Society in Iran), 38(3), pp. 463-494. doi: 10.1080/00210860500300820

Nooshin, L. & Widdess, R. (2006). Improvisation in Iranian and Indian Music. Journal of the Indian Musicological Society, 36/37, pp. 104-119.

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Pace, I. (1997). Archetypal Experiments. The Musical Times(1856), pp. 9-14.

Pace, I. (2007). “The Best Form of Government…”: Cage’s Laissez-Faire Anarchism and Capitalism. The Open Space Magazine(8/9), pp. 91-115.

Pace, I. (2014). Beyond Werktreue: Ideologies of New Music Performance and Performers. Paper presented at the Lecture, 14-01-2014, Royal College of Music.

Pace, I. (2011). The Cold War in Germany as ideological weapon for anti-modernists. Paper presented at the Radical Music History Conference, 08-12-2011, Helsinki, Finland.

Pace, I. (2007). Complexity as Imaginative Stimulant: Issues of Rubato, Barring, Grouping, Accentuation and Articulation in Contemporary Music, with Examples from Boulez, Carter, Feldman, Kagel, Finnissy. Paper presented at the Tempo, Meter, Rhythm. Time in Music after 1950, 11-04-2007 - 14-04-2007, Ghent, Belgium.

Pace, I. (2016). Composition and Performance can be, and often have been, Research. Tempo, 70(275), pp. 60-70. doi: 10.1017/S0040298215000637

Pace, I. (1997). 'Die Soldaten' in London. Tempo (London, 1939): a quarterly review of modern music(200), pp. 41-42.

Pace, I. (2015). Does elite music teaching leave pupils open to abuse?. Daily Telegraph,

Pace, I. (2015). Ferneyhough Hero: Scholarship as Promotion. Music and Letters, 96(1), pp. 99-112. doi: 10.1093/ml/gcu111

Pace, I. (2013). The Fetish of the 'Contemporary' *

Pace, I. (2012). Frank Cox on Richard Taruskin's The Oxford History of Western Music *

Pace, I. (2007). Gordon Downie and Ian Pace: A Dialogue. The Open Space Magazine(8 & 9), pp. 181-208.

Pace, I. (2007). Graphic Notation. Paper presented at the Lecture, 13-06-2007, Hochschule für Musik, Freiburg, Germany.

Pace, I. (2001). The Harpsichord Works of Iannis Xenakis. Contemporary Music Review, 20(1), pp. 125-140. doi: 10.1080/07494460100640121

Pace, I. (2013). Hierarchies in New Music: Composers, Performers, and 'Works' *

Pace, I. (2011). Instrumental Technique and Scholarly Enquiry: Issues and Methods. Paper presented at the The Art of Artistic Research, 06-05-2011, Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo, Norway.

Pace, I. (2012). Instrumental performance in the nineteenth century. In: C. Lawson & R. Stowell (Eds.), The Cambridge History of Musical Performance. (pp. 643-695). Cambridge University Press.

Pace, I. (2006). Interview. International Piano, pp. 36-38.

Pace, I. (2001). Interview with Marc Bridle. Seen & Heard,

Pace, I. (2007). Making possible the irrational: strategies and aesthetics in the music of Stockhausen, Cage, Ligeti, Xenakis, Ferneyhough, Barrett. Paper presented at the Tempo, Meter, Rhythm. Time in Music after 1950, 11-04-2007 - 14-04-2007, Orpheus Institute, Ghent, Belgium.

Pace, I. (2013). Marcel Gazelle and the Culture of the Early Yehudi Menuhin School *

Pace, I. (2006). The Marxist programme note: The logic of the supplement in the textual accompaniment. Paper presented at the Society for Music Analysis Autumn Study Day, 25-11-2006, University of Sussex, Sussex, UK.

Pace, I. (2005). Michael Finnissy - Verdi Transcriptions. ..

Pace, I. (2010). Militarisation, Industrialisation and the growth of the Symphony Orchestra in the Nineteenth Century. Paper presented at the The Symphony Orchestra as Cultural Phenomenon, 01-07-2010 - 03-07-2010, Institute of Musical Research, London, UK.

Pace, I. (1999). Modulor by Ian Willcock. .,

Pace, I. (1999). Modulor von Ian Willcock. Musik & Ästhetik(10), pp. 47-58.

Pace, I. (1997). Music of the Absurd? Thoughts on Recent Kagel. Tempo (London, 1939): a quarterly review of modern music(200), pp. 29-34.

Pace, I. (2015). Music teacher sentenced to 11 years in prison as abuse film Whiplash prepares for Oscars. The Conversation,

Pace, I. (2013). Musicology is not Musical PR *

Pace, I. (1997). Never to Be Naught. The Musical Times, 138(1857), pp. 17-20.

Pace, I. (2014). New article on abuse and classical music by Damian Thompson in the Spectator, and some wider reflections on classical music and abuse *

Pace, I. (1998). Northern Light. The Musical Times, 139(1863), pp. 33-44.

Pace, I. (2009). Notation, Time and the Performer’s Relationship to the Score in Contemporary Music. In: D. Crispin (Ed.), Unfolding Time. (pp. 151-192). Leuven University Press. ISBN 9789058677358

Pace, I. (1996). The Panorama of Michael Finnissy (I). Tempo (London, 1939): a quarterly review of modern music(196), pp. 25-35.

Pace, I. (1997). The Panorama of Michael Finnissy (II). Tempo (London, 1939): a quarterly review of modern music(201), pp. 7-16.

Pace, I. (2009). Performance as Analysis, Analysis as Performance. Paper presented at the From Analysis to Music, 27-05-2009, Orpheus Institute, Ghent, Belgium.

Pace, I. (2005). Performance as ideology. Paper presented at the Radical Philosophy Conference, 19-03-2005, Birkbeck College, London, UK.

Pace, I. (2007). Performing Liszt in the Style Hongroise. Liszt Society Journal, 32, pp. 55-90.

Pace, I. (2015). Positions, Methodologies and Aesthetics in the Published Discourse about Brian Ferneyhough: A Critical Study. Search – Journal for New Music and Culture, 2015(11),

Pace, I. (1998). Positive or negative 1. The Musical Times, 139(1859), pp. 9-17.

Pace, I. (1998). Positive or negative 2. The Musical Times, 139(1860), pp. 4-15.

Pace, I. (1997). Recent Sciarrino Premières. Tempo (London, 1939): a quarterly review of modern music(200), pp. 49-51.

Pace, I. (2008). Recording, Ideology and Critical Approaches to Interpretation. Paper presented at the CHARM, 11-09-2008 - 13-09-2008, Royal Holloway College, Egham, Surrey.

Pace, I. (1996). Repertoire Guide: Richard Barrett. Classical Music, p. 29.

Pace, I. (2003). Rethinking Romanticism. Paper presented at the Lecture, 12-11-2003, King's College, London, UK.

Pace, I. (2003). Review, Serge Prokofiev – Fiftieth Anniversary Set (Warner Classics). Three Oranges Journal(5), pp. 32-34.

Pace, I. (2004). Review: Shining City - Conor McPherson, Royal Court Theatre. .,

Pace, I. (2013). Robert Waddington, Former Dean of Manchester Cathedral, and Chetham's School of Music *

Pace, I. (2012). Tempo and its modifications in the music of Brahms from primary sources and evidence of early performers. Paper presented at the Symposium 'Über das Forteilen und Zurückhalten. Zur Tempogestaltung in der Musik des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts', 31-03-2012, Berlin, Germany.

Pace, I. (2015). To do justice to Arnold’s enviable legacy, we should reverse the tendency towards the de-skilling of a discipline. Society for Musical Analysis Newsletter, 2015, pp. 28-29.

Pace, I. (2003). Tradition and Invention: A personal response to The Book of Elements and contemporary culture. ..

Pace, I. (1999). UK Gold?. The Musical Times, 140(1869), pp. 2-3.

Pace, I. (2009). Verbal Discourse as Aesthetic Arbitrator in Contemporary Music. In: B. Heile (Ed.), The Modernist Legacy. (pp. 81-99). Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.. ISBN 0754662608

Pace, I. (2014). Yefim Golyshev, Arnold Schoenberg, and the Origins of Twelve-Tone Music *

Pace, I. (2013). The culture of music education lends itself to abuse Times Educational Supplement. *

Pace, I. & Bruce, D. (2005). Ian Pace Interview 528. Composition Today,

Parsonage, Catherine Jane (2002). The evolution of jazz in Britain c. 1880-1927: antecedents, processes and developments. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Pratt, A.C. (2016). Music rights: towards a material geography of musical practices in the 'Digital Age'. In: B. Hracs, M. Seman & T. E. Virani (Eds.), The Production and Consumption of Music in the Digital Age. (pp. 206-222). USA: Routledge. ISBN 9781138851658

Pratt, A.C. (2010). Review essay: Simon Frith, Sound effects: youth, leisure and the politics of rock‘n’roll. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 16(1), pp. 66-67. doi: 10.1080/10286630902946738

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Rennie, T. (2015). Power Struggles: The Politics of Composing with Sounds of Protest. Leonardo Music Journal, 25, pp. 17-20. doi: 10.1162/LMJ_a_00927

Rennie, T. (2014). Socio-Sonic: An ethnographic methodology for electroacoustic composition. Organised Sound, 19(02), pp. 117-124. doi: 10.1017/S1355771814000053

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Seymour, D. (2013). This is the Piece that Everyone Here Has Come to Experience: The Challenges to Copyright of John Cage’s 4’33”. Legal Studies, 33(4), pp. 532-548. doi: 10.1111/j.1748-121X.2012.00262.x

Sigtia, S., Benetos, E., Boulanger-Lewandowski, N., Weyde, T., Garcez, A. & Dixon, S. (2014). A Hybrid Recurrent Neural Network For Music Transcription. CoRR, 14(11), p. 1623.

Sigtia, S., Benetos, E., Boulanger-Lewandowski, N., Weyde, T., Garcez, A. & Dixon, S. (2015). A Hybrid Recurrent Neural Network For Music Transcription. Paper presented at the 40th IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP) 2015, 19-04-2015 - 24-04-2015, Brisbane, Australia.

Sigtia, S., Benetos, E., Cherla, S., Weyde, T., Garcez, A. & Dixon, S. (2014). An RNN-based Music Language Model for Improving Automatic Music Transcription. Paper presented at the 15th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR), 27-10-2014 - 31-10-2014, Taipei, Taiwan.

Stowell, D., Giannoulis, D., Benetos, E., Lagrange, M. & Plumbley, M. D. (2015). Detection and Classification of Acoustic Scenes and Events. IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, 17(10), pp. 1733-1746. doi: 10.1109/TMM.2015.2428998

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Taheri-Panah, S. & MacFarlane, A. (2004). Music Information Retrieval systems: why do individuals use them and what are their needs?. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, 10-10-2004 - 14-10-2004, Barcelona, Spain.

Tidhar, D., Mauch, M. & Dixon, S. (2010). High precision frequency estimation for harpsichord tuning classification. Paper presented at the 2010 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, 14-03-2010 - 19-03-2010, Dallas, USA.

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Velarde, G., Weyde, T. & Meredith, D. (2013). An approach to melodic segmentation and classification based on filtering with the Haar wavelet. Journal of New Music Research, 42(4), pp. 325-345. doi: 10.1080/09298215.2013.841713

Vishnick, Martin Lawrence (2014). A Survey of Extended Techniques on the Classical Six-String Guitar with Appended Studies in New Morphological Notation. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

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Weyde, T., Cottrell, S.J., Dykes, J., Benetos, E., Wolff, D., Tidhar, D., Gold, N., Abdallah, S., Plumbley, M. D., Dixon, S., Barthet, M., Mahey, M., Tovell, A. & Alancar-Brayner, A. (2014). Big Data for Musicology. Paper presented at the 1st International Digital Libraries for Musicology workshop, 12-09-2014 - 12-09-2014, London, UK.

Wolff, D. (2014). Spot the Odd Song Out: Similarity Model Adaptation and Analysis using Relative Human Ratings. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)

Wolff, D., Tidhar, D., Benetos, E., Dumon, E., Cherla, S. & Weyde, T. (2014). Incremental dataset definition for large scale musicological research. Paper presented at the 1st International Digital Libraries for Musicology workshop, 12-09-2014 - 12-09-2014, London, UK.

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