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  1. 2017
  2. Leech-Wilkinson, D, Geyer, L & Marchment, E, Dido & Belinda, 2017, Performance.
  3. 2016
  4. Leech-Wilkinson, D (ed.), Dogantan-Dack, M, Dolan, A, Dolan, D, Gilchrist, D, Katz, S, Kopatchinskaja, P, Mitchell, B & Scott, A 2016, Challenging Performance..
  5. 2015
  6. 2014
  7. 2013
  8. Kussner, M & Leech-Wilkinson, D 2013, Audio-visuo-spatial mappings in real-time: how musical training shapes gestural cross-modal correspondences. in Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Music Perception and Cognition . Toronto.
  9. Leech-Wilkinson, D 2013, The emotional power of musical performance. in T Cochrane, B Fantini & KR Scherer (eds), The Emotional Power of Music: Multidisciplinary perspectives on musical arousal, expression and social control . Series in Affective Science, Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 41-54.
  10. 2012
  11. Kussner, M, Prior, H, Gold, N & Leech-Wilkinson, D 2012, Getting the shapes “right” at the expense of creativity? How musicians’ and non-musicians’ visualizations of sound differ. in Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC) / 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music (ESCOM).
  12. 2011
  13. Leech-Wilkinson, D 2011, Early recorded violin playing: evidence for what? in C Bacciagaluppi, R Brotbeck & A Gerhard (eds), Spielpraxis der Saiteninstrumente in der Romantik: Bericht des Syposiums in Bern, 18.-19. November 2006. Argus, Schliengen, pp. 9-22.
  14. Leech-Wilkinson, D 2011, Making music with Alfred Cortot: ontology, data, analysis. in Gemessene Interpretation: Computergestützte Aufführungsanalyse im Kreuzverhör der Disziplinen. Klang und Begriff, vol. 4, Schott, Mainz, pp. 129-144.
  15. Kussner, M, Gold, N, Tidhar, D, Prior, H & Leech-Wilkinson, D 2011, Synaesthetic Traces: Digital Acquisition of Musical Shapes. in Proceedings of the 2nd Supporting Digital Humanities Conference: ‘Answering the unaskable’. University of Copenhagen.
  16. 2010
  17. 2009
  18. Beardsley, R & Leech-Wilkinson, D, A brief history of recording, 2009, Web publication/site, Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music.
  19. Leech-Wilkinson, D 2009, Musicology and performance. in Z Blazekovic (ed.), Music’s Intellectual History: Founders, Followers & Fads. Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale, New York, pp. 791-804.
  20. Leech-Wilkinson, D 2009, Recordings and histories of performance style. in The Cambridge Companion to Recorded Music. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 246-262.
  21. Cook, N & Leech-Wilkinson, D, Techniques for analysing recordings: an introduction, 2009, Web publication/site, Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music.
  22. Cook, N, Clarke, E, Leech-Wilkinson, D & Rink, J 2009, The Cambridge Companion to Recorded Music. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  23. Leech-Wilkinson, D 2009, The Changing Sound of Music: approaches to the study of recorded musical performances. Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music, London.
  24. 2007
  25. 2006
  26. 2003
  27. LEECH-WILKINSON, D 2003, Rose lis revisited. in EE LEACH (ed.), Machaut's Music: New Interpretations.. (Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Music, 1)., Boydell & Brewer Ltd, Woodbridge, Suffolk:, pp. 249 - 262.
  28. 2002
  29. 2001
  30. Leech-Wilkinson, D 2001, Using recordings to study musical performance. in A Linehan (ed.), Aural History: Essays on Recorded Sound. The British Library, pp. 1 - 12.
  31. Leech-Wilkinson, D 2001, Wie überträgt man die Musik des Mittelalters? in W Gratzer & H Möller (eds), Übersetzte Zeit: Das Mittelalter und die Musik der Gegenwart. Wolke Verlagsges, Hofheim, pp. 325 - 339.
  32. 2000

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