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The Roles of Music in Effecting Change: Considerations about Public Policy (2020)
Journal Article
King, E. C. (2020). The Roles of Music in Effecting Change: Considerations about Public Policy. Music and Science, 3, https://doi.org/10.1177/2059204320937227

The aim of this article is to consider questions, issues, and debates about music in public policy, a topic that featured in the final session of the Musics, Selves and Societies workshop at the University of Cambridge in June 2018. The first part of... Read More about The Roles of Music in Effecting Change: Considerations about Public Policy.

Perfectionistic self-presentation and emotional experiences among student-musicians: A three-wave longitudinal study (2019)
Journal Article
Hill, A. P., Burland, K., King, E. C., & Pitts, S. E. (in press). Perfectionistic self-presentation and emotional experiences among student-musicians: A three-wave longitudinal study. Psychology of music, https://doi.org/10.1177/0305735618824155

Research has found perfectionism to be related to emotional experiences among amateur, professional, and adolescent musicians. In examining these relationships, previous research has exclusively measured perfectionism as a trait and employed cross-se... Read More about Perfectionistic self-presentation and emotional experiences among student-musicians: A three-wave longitudinal study.

Viewing Empathy in Jazz Performance (2017)
Book Chapter
Elsdon, P. (2017). Viewing Empathy in Jazz Performance. In E. King, & C. Waddington (Eds.), Music and empathy, 157-172. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

In this chapter, the author explains how the empathic comes to play an important role in the way empathic researcher view performance, and jazz performance in particular. She develops an argument about the way in which certain fundamental tropes used... Read More about Viewing Empathy in Jazz Performance.

Book review: Performative Analysis: Reimagining Music Theory for Performance. By Jeffrey Swinkin. (2017)
Journal Article
King, E. C. (2017). Book review: Performative Analysis: Reimagining Music Theory for Performance. By Jeffrey Swinkin. Music and Letters, 98(1), 165-167. https://doi.org/10.1093/ml/gcx017

Review of Performative Analysis: Reimagining Music Theory for Performance. By Jeffrey Swinkin. Pp. vii+ 263. Eastman Studies in Music. (University of Rochester Press, Rochester, NY, and Woodbridge, 2016. £60. ISBN 978-1-58046-526-7.)

Musical shaping gestures: Considerations about terminology and methodology (2013)
Journal Article
King, E. (2013). Musical shaping gestures: Considerations about terminology and methodology. Empirical Musicology Review, 8(1), 68-81. doi:10.18061/emr.v8i1.3925

Fulford and Ginsborg’s investigation into non-verbal communication during music rehearsal-talk between performers with and without hearing impairments extends existing research in the field of gesture studies by contributing significantly to our unde... Read More about Musical shaping gestures: Considerations about terminology and methodology.

Familiarity, schemata and patterns of listening (2013)
Book Chapter
Prior, H. (2013). Familiarity, schemata and patterns of listening. In E. King, & H. M. Prior (Eds.), Music and familiarity: listening, musicology and performanceTaylor & Francis (Routledge)

The origins of this work, as in much research, lie in a personal experience. My first exposure to a selection of Schoenberg’s piano works (which happened to be through a recording) had resulted in an ambivalent response, but upon hearing the same rec... Read More about Familiarity, schemata and patterns of listening.

Rehearsal talk: Familiarity and expertise in singer-pianist duos (2012)
Journal Article
Ginsborg, J., & King, E. (2012). Rehearsal talk: Familiarity and expertise in singer-pianist duos. Musicae Scientiae, 16(2), (148-167). doi:10.1177/1029864911435733. ISSN 1029-8649

The cognitive and social processes underlying musical and social collaboration were explored in a small-scale study of two professional and two student singer-pianist duos. Each of the eight participants rehearsed one song with his or her regular par... Read More about Rehearsal talk: Familiarity and expertise in singer-pianist duos.

Music and Gesture (2006)
Book
(2006). Music and Gesture

This volume showcases key theoretical ideas and practical considerations in the growing area of scholarship on musical gesture. The book constructs and explores the relations between music and gesture from a range of differing perspectives, identifyi... Read More about Music and Gesture.

Strategies of ensemble practice (2004)
Book Chapter
King, E., & Davidson, J. (2004). Strategies of ensemble practice. In A. Williamon (Ed.), Musical Excellence: Strategies and Techniques to Enhance Performance, 105-22. Oxford University Press (OUP)

Ensemble Performance (2002)
Book Chapter
King, E. (2002). Ensemble Performance. In J. Rink (Ed.), Musical Performance: A Guide to Understanding, 153-167. Cambridge University Press (CUP). doi:10.1017/CBO9780511811739.012

Ensemble performance involves musical and social interaction between a group of performers. The term ‘ensemble’ derives from the French for ‘together’, and it defines the seemingly infinite array of musical performances involving more than one person... Read More about Ensemble Performance.

Music and familiarity: listening, musicology and performance
Book
King, E., & Prior, H. Music and familiarity: listening, musicology and performance. The University of Hull

Familiarity underpins our engagement with music. This book highlights theoretical and empirical considerations about familiarity from three perspectives: listening, musicology and performance. Part I, ‘Listening', addresses familiarity as it relates... Read More about Music and familiarity: listening, musicology and performance.