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Research on performance
A selection of links connected to performance
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  Link   Software downloads
AHRC Research Skills Training for Music Postgraduates. The development, use and interpretation of discographic sources. 'What to do with recordings?'
  Link   British Library Sound Archive
Covers some three and a half million recordings in all genres, from pop, jazz, classical and world music to wildlife sounds, oral history, drama, literature, language and dialect.
  Link   Library of Congress - Recorded Sound Reference Center
Sound archive of the Library of Congress.
  Link   Sound analysis software
Useful analysis software. Some are for free.
  Link   Josť Bowen bibliography of performance analysis
Compiled by Josť Bowen and last updated 1 May 2005.
  Link   Wilkinson's Performance bibliography
Bibliography Daniel Leech-Wilkinson's course 'Schubert Song on Record': An introduction to the study of performance style and expressivity, exemplified in 100 years of Schubert song on record.
  Link   CHARM - Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music
Resources of the AHRC Research Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music: CHARM's aim is to promote the study of music as performance through a specific focus on recordings. Its activities include a major discographic project, seminars, a
  Link   CMPCP - Centre for Musical Performance as Creative Practice
The AHRC Research Centre for Musical Performance as Creative Practice (CMPCP) will be launched in April 2009. Its five-year research programme will focus on live musical performance and creative music-making.
 
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