2. David Novak. 2013. Japanoise: Music at the Edge of Circulation. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
3. Sarah Kay. 2013. Parrots and Nightingales: Troubadour Quotation and the Development of European Poetry. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
4. Timothy D. Taylor. 2012. The Sounds of Capitalism: Advertising, Music, and the Conquest of Culture. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
5. Review of Evan Jones, ed., Intimate Voices: The Twentieth CenturyString Quartet (Rochester University Press, 2009)
6. Alexander Rehding. 2009. Music and Monumentality: Commemoration and Wonderment in Nineteenth-Century Germany. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
7. Review of Brandon LaBelle. 2010. Acoustic Territories: Sound Culture and Everyday Life. New York and London: Continuum
8. Review Essay: Blake Wilson, Singing Poetry in Renaissance Florence: The Cantasi Come Tradition (1375-1550) with CD-ROM
9. Arnold Schoenberg. The Musical Idea and the Logic, Technique, and Art of Its Presentation. Edited, translated, and with a commentary by Patricia Carpenter and Severine Neff
Curtis Roads, ed. The Computer Music Tutorial. MIT
Press, 1996. 1,234 pp
Joel Chadabe. Electric Sound: The Past and Promise of
Electronic Music. Prentice Hall, 1997.370 pp
When the Music of Psychoanalysis Becomes the Psychoanalysis of Music
David Schwarz. Listening Subjects: Music, Psychoanalysis, Culture.
12. Far Out: Intentionality and Image Schema in the Reception of Early Works by Ornette Coleman
13. Mary Hunter. The Culture of Opera Buffa in Mozart's Vienna: A Poetics of Entertainment.
Peter Wade. Music, Race, and Nation: Musica Tropical
15. Beyond Duality: Stasis, Silence, and Vertical Listening
16. Aesthetics, Authenticities, and Appeals to Authority: The Auditor as Author
17. A Welsh Collection of Mendelssohniana: Letters at Aberystwyth
18. Levon Hakobian. Music of the Soviet Age.; Allan B. Ho and Dmitry Feofanov, eds. Shostakovich Reconsidered.; David Haas. Leningrad's Modernists: Studies in Composition and Musical Thought.
19. Timothy McGee, editor, with A. G. Rigg and David N. Klausner. Singing Early Music: The Pronunciation of European Languages in the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance
20. Alain Frogley, ed. Vaughan Williams Studies.
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