Most of CHARM's published outputs relate to specific projects: click here for information on them arranged by project, here for information on them arranged chronologically, and here for information on them arranged alphabetically by researcher. A listing of conference and similar presentations, arranged by author, is available here
A number of publications, however, offer a wider spectrum of CHARM's research. These are
- two special issues of the international peer reviewed journal Musicae Scientiae devoted to CHARM. Click here for details of the first of these issues (Vol. 11 No. 2, Fall 2007), and here for a linked resources page. The second issue is scheduled for publication in 2010; click here for a table of contents, and here for a linked resources page.
- The Cambridge Companion to Recorded Music (Cambridge University Press, 2009). Co-edited by the CHARM directorate (Eric Clarke, Nicholas Cook, Daniel Leech-Wilkinson, and John Rink), this comprehensive guide to the field features the work of a wide range of researchers and practitioners from both within and outside CHARM.
You will also find on this website
- an electronic book by Daniel Leech-Wilkinson, The Changing Sound of Music: Approaches to the Study of Recorded Musical Performances. Integrating text, graphics, and sound files, this book offers both an introduction to research techniques for recordings and a historical interpretation of stylistic developments in Western 'art' music performance during the age of recordings
- a historical and practical Guide to 78s by Roger Beardsley and Daniel Leech-Wilkinson
- a guide to Analysing recordings, including a Sonic Visualiser tutorial by Nicholas Cook and Daniel Leech-Wilkinson
- papers from CHARM's residential symposia
- CHARM's annual Newsletters
- Contents list and sound files for ed. Amanda Bayley, Recorded Music: Performance, Culture and Technology (Cambridge University Press, 2009)