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Professor Simon McKerrell
Valuing and Evaluating Musical Practice-as-research in Ethnomusicology and its Implications for Research Assessment2022
Professor Simon McKerrell
Kicking metaphors of the body around in the mediation of Self and Other: Conceptual metaphor in the multimodal construction of football songs and chants2021
Professor Simon McKerrell
Dr Jasmine Hornabrook
Mobilizing traditional music in the rural creative economy of Argyll and Bute, Scotland2021
Professor Simon McKerrell
Towards Practice Research in Ethnomusicology2021
Professor Simon McKerrell
On the relationship between performance and intangible cultural heritage2019
Professor Simon McKerrell
Scotland: Modern and contemporary performance practice2019
Professor Simon McKerrell
Scotland: Music in history, culture and geography2019
Professor Simon McKerrell
Sound Structure as political structure in the European folk festival orchestra La Banda Europa2019
Professor Simon McKerrell
The Woodilee Collection of Traditional Music: Original Scottish and Irish Tunes and Airs for Bagpipe, Uilleann pipes, Fiddle, Banjo, Flute, Whistle, Accordion and Other Instruments2019
Professor Simon McKerrell
Traditional music and cultural sustainability in Scotland2018
Professor Simon McKerrell
Dr Jasmine Hornabrook
Traditional Music and the Rural Creative Economy in Argyll & Bute, Mapping Report, 20182018
Professor Simon McKerrell
'Understanding Scotland Musically'2018
Professor Simon McKerrell
Understanding Scotland Musically: Folk, Tradition and Policy2018
Professor Simon McKerrell
Music as Multimodal Discourse: Semiotics, Power and Protest2017
Professor Simon McKerrell
Understanding music as multimodal discourse2017
Professor Simon McKerrell
Focus: Scottish Traditional Music2016
Professor Simon McKerrell
Middle Eight: Social Constructionism in Music Studies2016
Professor Peter Hopkins
Professor Simon McKerrell
Dr Michael Richardson
Community experiences of sectarianism2015
Professor Simon McKerrell
Dr Michael Richardson
Sectarianism in Scotland: A ‘West of Scotland’ Problem, a Patchwork or a Cobweb?2015
Professor Simon McKerrell
Social distance and the multimodal construction of the Other in sectarian song2015
Professor Simon McKerrell
Traditional Arts and the State: the Scottish case2014
Professor Simon McKerrell
An ethnography of hearing: somaesthetic hearing in traditional music2012
Professor Simon McKerrell
Hearing sectarianism: understanding Scottish sectarianism as song2012
Professor Simon McKerrell
Live at the King's Hall2012
Professor Simon McKerrell
2 tracks for compilation album 'On the Day'2011
Professor Simon McKerrell
Bagpipes: A National Collection of a national Instrument, Hugh Cheape, Edinburgh: National Museums of Scotland, 2008 [Review]2011
Professor Simon McKerrell
Modern Scottish Bands (1970-1990): Cash as Authenticity2011
Professor Simon McKerrell
Scotland: Scottish Song2011
Professor Simon McKerrell
Scottish Fiddle Music2011
Professor Simon McKerrell
Sound Performing: Sound Aesthetics among Competitive Pipers2011
Professor Simon McKerrell
The Friday Night Sessions - Traditional Music From Glasgow2011
Professor Simon McKerrell
'Balkan and Roma Musics'2009
Professor Simon McKerrell
The Concept of Mode in Scottish Bagpipe Music2009
Professor Simon McKerrell
The Best of Piping Live, recital series 2006/072008
Professor Simon McKerrell
The McKerrell-MacDonald Collection of Bagpipe Music2007
Professor Simon McKerrell
Scottish competition bagpipe performance: sound, mode and aesthetics [PhD Thesis]2005
Professor Simon McKerrell
Highland Games2004
Professor Simon McKerrell
Les Douze Noëls2004
Professor Simon McKerrell
Fortune's Road2003
Professor Simon McKerrell
Gillian Frame and Back of the Moon2001