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Sacred Singing - Related Publications

2011-12 'Onboard Radio Receivers in the Scottish Fishing Industry 1950-1965: Evangelicalism and the Gospel Soloist' in The Sea and the British Musical Imagination (Cambridge University Press), Forthcoming.
2010 'Precentor-led Praise: Northern Scottish Traditions of Unaccompanied Congregational Singing', Musiké 5/6, III, 1 (2010). Visit Musiké website 
2010 Annotated video collection, 'Musical Traditions of Scottish Evangelical Christians, 2005 – 2009' (Bloomington: EVIADA, Indiana University, 2010), www.eviada.org, Forthcoming.
2010 'The Impact of Ira D. Sankey on Hymnody and Instrumental Accompaniment in North-East Scottish Worship, from 1874', in Different Voices (Church of Scotland, 2010).
2009 Monograph: The Old Ship of Zion: Singing in Evangelicalism in North-East and Northern Isles Coastal Communities 1859-2009(University of Aberdeen: Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, 2009).

2009 Review of Karen Ahlquist, ed., Chorus and Community, in Folk Music Journal, 9/4 (2009).
2008 'Sacred Song at Work: Gospel Songs and Psalmody in the Workplace Along Scotland's North-East Coast', in Rethinking the Sacred: Proceedings of the Ninth SIEF Conference in Derry, ed. by Ulrika Wolf-Knuts and Kathleen Grant (Derry: Ĺbo Akademi University, 2008), pp. 125-38.

2008 Review of Kirsten Sass Bak & Svend Nielsen, Spiritual Folk Singing: Nordic and Protestant Traditions, in The Swedish Journal of Musicology, 11 (2008).
2008 Review of Fenella Bazin, The Everlasting Hills, in Folk Music Journal, 9/3 (2008), 439-41. 
2008 'Precentors and Pitchpipes: Congregational Singing in Brethren Assemblies in Heirskip(2008).
2008 'Singing at the Gutting', and 'Music in the Air: Gospel Singing on Scottish Fishing Boats', published on fish and chip wrappers and distributed via Aberdeen-based fish and chips shops in conjunction with 'By-Catch', and art exhibition on the North-East Scottish fishing industry at Peacock Arts, Aberdeen. August-September 2008.
2007 'The Role of Sacred Song in Religious Awakenings Among the Fisherfolk of North-East Scotland During the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries' in The Travels and Travails of the ScotsHerring Girls, ed. by Jill de Fresnes (Sabhal Mor Ostaig, Skye: UHI Press, 2007) pp. 20-22
2007 'The Gospel Singing Tradition and the Fishing Industry of Buchan', Heirskip (2007), 25-7

2007 'The Singing Fishermen', Leopard Magazine 333 (March 2007), 23-4.

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