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The Development of Sounds of Intent

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In the first 20 years of the Sounds of Intent project, around 125 outputs were published by the research team. These stand in addition to those produced earlier, which subsequently had a bearing on the development of Sounds of Intent. Increasingly, materials have been produced by third parties, and these are listed here [LINK].

For ease of access, the outputs of the Sounds of Intent research team and their are associates are organised thematically here [LINK]. Follow the links to access the publications. Note that only the principal connections between themes are shown – there are many others that will become evident through a detailed examination of the texts.

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156
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Ockelford, A. (2021) 'New potential: the role of music in the lives of children with juvenile dementia', SEN Magazine, 110, 66–68.
Output 156 – Article on Batten's in SEN Magazine, 2021.pdf
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9 MB
155
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Ockelford, A. (2021) 'Music, language and autism', SENCo, 6(1), 42–43.
Output 155 – Article on Music, Language and Autism, SENCo Magazine, 2021.pdf
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1.6 MB
154
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Lisboa, T., Shaughnessy, C., Voyajolu, A. and Ockelford, A. (2021) ‘Promoting the musical engagement of autistic children in the early years through a program of parental support: an ecological research study’, Music and Science, 4: 1–24, DOI: 10.1177/20592043211017362.
Output 154 - Promoting the musical engagement of autistic children in the early years, Lisboa, Shaughnessy, Voyajolu and Ockelford, 2021.pdf
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1.2 MB
153
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Costa, F. and Ockelford, A. (2021) ‘The use of a mnemonic strategy to support verbal recall in people with Alzheimer’s Disease: a Review’, HSOA Journal of Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases, 7: 050, DOI: 10.24966/AND-9608/100050.
Output 153 - The Use of a Musical Mnemonic Strategy, Costa and Ockelford, Journal of Alzheimer's and Neurodegenerative Diseases, 2021.pdf
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0.5 MB
152
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Ockelford, A. (2021) ‘Musical savants’, (in) The Science and Psychology of Music: From Beethoven at the Office to Beyoncé at the Gym, W. Forde Thompson and K.Olsen (eds), Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood, pp. 89–94.
Output 152 - Musical Savants, The Science and Psychology of Music, 2021.pdf
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7.5 MB
151
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Ockelford, A. (2021) ‘Exploring the effectiveness of a musical intervention for socially and economically disadvantaged children in the early years, and for those with complex needs: the IMAGINE research project, Phase 1’, in Oxford Handbook of Early Childhood Music Learning and Development, Barret, M. and Welch, G. (eds), London: Oxford University Press, pp.xxx–xxx.
Output 151 - Exploring the Effectiveness of a Musical Intervention for Children in the Early Years in Areas of Social Deprivation and with Complex Needs, Oxford Handbook of Early Childhood Music Learning and Development, 2021.docx
docx
16 MB
150
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Ockelford, A. (2021) ‘Wiederholung’, (in) Handbuch Musikanalyse, A. Jeßulat, O. Schwab-Felisch, J. Sprick and C. Thorau (eds), Kassel: Bärenreiter.
Output 150 - Wiederholung, Handbuch Musikanalyse, 2021.docx
docx
1.3 MB
149
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Thompson, G., Lisboa, T. and Ockelford, A. (2021) Autism and family-centred approaches in and through music’, in Oxford Handbook of Early Childhood Music Learning and Development, Barret, M. and Welch, G. (eds), London: Oxford University Press, pp.xxx–xxx.
Output 149 - Autism and Family Centred Approaches in and through Music, Thompson, Lisboa and Ockelford, Oxford Handbook of Early Childhood Music Learning and Development, 2021.docx
docx
0.2 MB
148
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Voyajolu, A., Axon, R. and Ockelford, A. (2021) ‘The impact of visual impairment on early musical development’, in Oxford Handbook of Early Childhood Music Learning and Development, Barret, M. and Welch, G. (eds), London: Oxford University Press, pp.xxx–xxx.
Output 148 - The Impact of Visual Impairment on Musical Development, Voyajolu, Axon and Ockelford, Oxford Handbook of Early Childhood Music Learning and Development, 2021.docx
docx
3.6 MB
147
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Ockelford, A. (2021) Little Soundabout: Music Resources for Families with Young Children with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, London: Routledge.
Output 147 - Little Soundabout, Resources for Families with Young Children with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, 2021pdf.pdf
pdf
0.9 MB
146
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Ockelford, A. (2021) Soundabout Life: Music Resources for Families with Young Adults with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, London: Routledge.
Output 146 - Soundabout Life, Resources for Families with Young Adults with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, 2021.pdf
pdf
1 MB
145
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Margetts, L., Ockelford, A., Hargreaves, D and Sutton, J. (2020) ‘Potential spaces: supporting the development of relationships between classroom practitioners and children with complex needs in Belarus through music therapy consultation’, Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, DOI: 10.1080/08098131.2020.1806913
Output 145 - Supporting the Development of Relationships between Classroom Practitioners and Students .pdf
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3.2 MB
144
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Costa F, Ockelford A, Shaughnessy, C. (2020) ‘A report of a pilot study exploring the use of a mnemonic strategy for the recall and use of functional language in people with dementia, Journal of Alzheimers and Neurodegenerative Diseases, 6(42), /doi.org/10.24966/ and 9608/100042
Output 144 - A Report of a Pilot Study Exploring the Use a Mnemonic Strategy for the Recall and Use of Functional Langage in People with Dementia, Costa, Ockelford and Shaughnessy, Journal of Alzheimer's and Neurodegenerative Diseases, 2020.docx
docx
1.9 MB
143
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Ockelford, A. (2020) Amber Sound Touch: The Amber Trust's Online Resource for Teaching Music to Blind Children, available at https://ambertrust.app/sound-touch/
Output 143 - Sound Touch, The Amber Trust, 2020.pdf
pdf
2.1 MB
142
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Ockelford, A. (2020) With Music in Mind: Music Resources for Children and Young People with Neurodegenerative Disease, London: The Amber Trust / Routledge.
Output 142 - With Music in Mind, The Amber Trust, 2020.pdf
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2.1 MB
141
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Ockelford, A. (2020) ‘Extending the Sounds of Intent model of musical development to explore how people with learning difficulties engage in creative multisensory activities’, (in) New Approaches in Applied Musicology: A Common Framework for Music Education and Music Psychology Research, A. Ockelford and G.Welch (eds), London: Routledge.
Output 141 - Extending the SoI Model to Creative Multisensory Activities, New Approaches in Applied Musicology, 2020.docx
docx
2.5 MB
140
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Ockelford, A. and Grundy, R. (2020) ‘Expectations evoked on hearing a piece of music on more than one occasion: evidence from a musical savant’, (in) New Approaches in Applied Musicology: A Common Framework for Music Education and Music Psychology Research, A. Ockelford and G. Welch (eds), London: Routledge.
Output 140 - Expectations Evoked on Hearing a Piece of Music on More Than One Occasion, New Approaches in Applied Musicology, 2020.docx
docx
3.7 MB
139
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Ockelford, A. and Trower, H. (2020) ‘Exploring the effect of repeated listening to a novel melody: a zygonic approach’, (in) New Approaches in Applied Musicology: A Common Framework for Music Education and Music Psychology Research, A. Ockelford and G. Welch (eds), London: Routledge.
Output 139 - Exploring the Effect of Repeated Listening to a Novel Melody, New Approaches in Applied Musicology, 2020.docx
docx
9 MB
138
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Ockelford, A. and Voyajolu, A. (2020) ‘The development of music-structural cognition in the early years: A perspective from the Sounds of Intent model’, (in) New Approaches in Applied Musicology: A Common Framework for Music Education and Music Psychology Research, A. Ockelford and G. Welch (eds), London: Routledge.
Output 138 - The Development of Music-Structural Cognition in the Early Years, Ockelford and Voyajolu, New Approaches in Applied Musicology, 2020.docx
docx
2.3 MB
137
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Welch, G. and Ockelford, A. (2020) ‘Conclusion’, in A. Ockelford and G. Welch (eds), New Approaches in Applied Musicology: A Common Framework for Music Education and Music Psychology Research, Oxford: Routlege, pp. 247–258.
Output 137 - Conclusion, Welch and Ockelford, New Approaches in Applied Musicology, 2020.docx
docx
2.9 MB
136
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Ockelford, A., Voyajolu, A. and Gray, S. (2020) Inspiring Sounds 2018–2019: Report on Birmingham Services for Education Music in Special Schools Project, Birmingham: Services for Education
Output 136 - Inspiring Sounds Report, Ockelford, Voyajolu and Gray, 2020.pdf
pdf
2.5 MB
135
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Ockelford, A. and Welch, G. (2020) New Approaches in Applied Musicology: A Common Framework for Music Education and Music Psychology Research, London: Routledge.
Output 135 - New Approaches in Applied Musicology, 2019.pdf
pdf
13.9 MB
134
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Welch, G. and Ockelford, A. (2020) ‘Introduction’, in A. Ockelford and G. Welch (eds), New Approaches in Applied Musicology: A Common Framework for Music Education and Music Psychology Research, Oxford: Routlege, pp. 1–12.
Output 134 - Introduction, Welch and Ockelford, New Approaches in Applied Musicology, 2020.docx
docx
2 MB
133
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Ockelford, A. and Gray, S. (2019) A Music Curriculum for Children and Young People with Profound Brain Injury Based on the Sounds of Intent Framework of Musical Development, Tadworth: The Children’s Trust.
Output 133 - Music Curriculum for Children and Young People with Profound Brain Injury, The Children's Trust, 2019.pdf
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0.4 MB
132
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Stamou, A., Bonneville-Roussy, A., Ockelford, A. and Terzi, L. (2019) ‘The effectiveness of a music and dance program on the task engagement and inclusion of young pupils on the autism spectrum’, Music and Science, /doi.org/10.1177/2059204319881852
Output 132 - The Effectiveness of a Music and Dance Program on the Task Engagement and Inclusion of Young Pupils on the Autism Spectrum, Music and Science, 2019.pdf
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0.3 MB
131
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Costa, F. and Ockelford, A. (2019) ‘Why music? An evaluation of a music programme for older people in the community,’ International Journal of Music and Performing Arts, 6(2), 34–45.
Output 131 - An Evaluation of a Music Programme for Older People in the Community, Costa and Ockelford, International Journal of Music and the Performing Arts, 2019.pdf
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0.5 MB
130
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Elmerskog, B., Tøssebro, A.-G., Atkinson, R., Rokne, S., Cole, B., Ockelford, A. and Adams, H. (2019) ‘Overview of advances in educational and social supports for young persons with NCL’, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) – Molecular Basis of Disease, 1,866(9):165480.
Output 130 - Overview of Advances in Educational and Social Supports for Young Persons with NCL Disorders, Elmerskog et al., BBA ? Molecular Basis of Disease, 2019.pdf
pdf
0.9 MB
129
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Ockelford, A. (2019) ‘The neuroscience of children on the autism spectrum with exceptional musical abilities’, (in) The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Brain, M. Thaut and D. Hodges (eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 671–694.
Output 129 - Neuroscience, Music and Autism, The Oxford Handbook of Music and the Brain, 2019.docx
docx
1.7 MB
128
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Ockelford, A. (2019) ‘A different way of imagining sound: probing the inner auditory worlds of some children on the autism spectrum’, (in) The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Imagination, Volume 2, M.Grimshaw-Aagaard, M. Walther-Hansen and M. Knakkergaard (eds), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 409–423.
Output 128 - A Different Way of Imagining Sound, Oxford Handbook of Sound and the Imagination, 2019.docx
docx
3.6 MB
127
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Ockelford, A. and Atkinson, R. (2019) ‘Music education and music in education’, (in) S. von Tetzchner, B. Elmerskog, A.G. Tøssebro and S. Rokne (eds), Juvenile Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis, Childhood Dementia and Education, Melhu, Norway: Snøfugl Forlag, pp. 343–358.
Output 127 - Batten's Music in Education, Ockelford and Atkinson, JNCL, Childhood Dementia and Education, 2019.docx
docx
2.1 MB
126
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Ockelford, A., Atkinson, R. and Herman, K. (2019) The Potential Role of Music to Enhance the Lives of Children and Young People with Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis (Batten Disease): A Report on a Three-Year Research Project Undertaken by the Applied Music Research Centre at the University of Roehampton, London: The Amber Trust.
Output 126 - Batten's and Music Report, The Amber Trust, 2019.pdf
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1.5 MB
125
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Ockelford, A. (2019) Sounds of Intent in the Early Years: Research and Development Project, 2015–2018, Oxford: Soundabout.
Output 125 - Sounds of Intent in the Early Years, Research and Development Project, Soundabout, 2019.pdf
pdf
2.5 MB
124
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Ockelford, A. (2019) повторение в музыке теоретические и метатеоретические перспективы, trans. Andrey Molchanov, Konstantin Kurlenya and Olga Kalinkina, Novosibirsk: State Conservatory of Music.
Output 124 - Repetition in Music, trans. into Russian, 2019.pdf
pdf
29.8 MB
123
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Ockelford, A. (2018) Tuning In Cards: Activities in Music and Sound for Children with Complex Needs and Visual Impairment to Foster Learning, Communication and Wellbeing, London: Jessica Kingsley. Available online at www.ambertrust.org
Output 123 - Tuning In Music Cards, 2018.pdf
pdf
1.1 MB
122
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Ockelford, A. (2018) Tuning In Music Book: Sixty-Four Songs for Children with Complex Needs and Visual Impairment to Promote Language, Social Interaction and Wider Development, London: Jessica Kingsley. Available online at www.ambertrust.org
Output 122 - Tuning In Music Book, 2018.pdf
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2.3 MB
121
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Ockelford, A., Lisboa, T. and Voyajolu, A. (2018) IMAGINE: Autism, Ideas for Musical Activities and Games In the Early Years for Children on the Autism Spectrum using the Sounds of Intent Framework of Musical Development, (pilot materials, the subject of Caitlin Shaughnessy’s doctoral study), London: University of Roehampton.
Output 121 - IMAGINE autism cards, Ockelford, Lisboa and Voyajolu, 2018.jpg
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0.4 MB
120
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Costa, F., Ockelford, A. and Hargreaves, D. (2018) ‘Does regular listening to preferred music have a beneficial effect on symptoms of depression and anxiety amongst older people in residential care? The qualitative findings of a mixed methods study’, Music and Medicine, 10(2), 54–62.
Output 120 - Preferred Music, Depression and Anxiety, Costa, Ockelford and Hargreaves, Music and Medicine, 2018.pdf
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0.3 MB
119
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Costa, F., Ockelford, A. and Hargreaves, D. (2018) ‘The effect of regular listening to preferred music on pain, depression and anxiety in older care home residents’, Psychology of Music, 46(2), 174–191.
Output 119 - The Effect of Regular Listening to Preferred Music in Older Care Home Residents, Costa, Ockelford and Hargreaves, 2018.pdf
pdf
1 MB
118
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Ockelford, A. (2018) ‘Commentary: special abilities, special needs’, (in) The Oxford Handbook of Music Education, Volume 4, G. McPherson and G. Welch (eds), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 3–6.
Output 118 - Commentary ? Special Abilities, Special Needs, Oxford Handbook of Music Education, 2018.doc
doc
0 MB
117
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Ockelford, A. and Welch, G. (2018) ‘Mapping musical development in learners with the most complex needs’, (in) The Oxford Handbook of Music Education, Volume 4, G. McPherson and G. Welch (eds), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 7–27.
Output 117 - Mapping Musical Development in Learners with the Most Complex Needs, Ockelford and Welch, Oxford Handbook of Music Education, 2018.doc
doc
2.2 MB
116
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Voyajolu, A., Axon, R. and Ockelford, A. (2017) ‘Researching the musical engagement of young children with retinopathy of prematurity’, Proceedings of the 8th Conference of the European Network of Music Educators and Researchers of Young Children, pp. 294–301.
Output 116 - Researching the Musical Engagement of Young Children with ROP, Conference of European Network of Music Educators and Researchers of Young Children, 2017.pdf
pdf
1 MB
115
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Ockelford, A. (2017) Little Amber: Musical Activity Cards for Blind or Partially Sighted Children, London: The Amber Trust. Available online at www.ambertrust.org
Output 115 - Little Amber, Musical Activity Cards for Blind or Partially Sighted Children, 2017.pdf
pdf
1.2 MB
114
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Ockelford, A. (2017) ‘Musical by design’, Inside Voices, Newsletter of The Voices Foundation, 4, 1.
Output 114 - Musical by Design, Inside Voices, 2017.pdf
pdf
54.5 MB
113
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Ockelford, A. (2017) ‘Beyond music psychology’, (in) The Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology (Second Edition), S.Hallam, I. Cross and M. Thaut (eds), New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 877–892.
Output 113 - Beyond Music Psychology, The Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology, 2017.pdf
pdf
0.9 MB
112
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Ockelford, A. (2017) ‘Shape in music notation’, (in) Music and Shape, D. Leech-Wilkinson and H. Prior (eds), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 129–164.
Output 112 - Shape in Music Notation, Music and Shape, 2017.docx
docx
49.7 MB
111
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Ockelford, A. (2017) ‘Towards a developmental model of musical empathy using insights from children who are on the autism spectrum or who have learning difficulties’, (in) Music and Empathy, C. Waddington and E. King (eds), London: Routledge, pp. 39–88.
Output 111 - A Developmental Model of Musical Empathy, Music and Empathy, 2017.docx
docx
7.7 MB
110
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Ockelford, A. (2017) Comparing Notes: How We Make Sense of Music, London: Profile Books.
Output 110a - Comparing Notes, 2017.pdf
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1.8 MB
110
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Ockelford, A. (2017) Comparing Notes: How We Make Sense of Music, London: Profile Books.
Output 110b - Comparing Notes piece, Observer Magazine, 2017.pdf
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2.7 MB
110
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Ockelford, A. (2017) Comparing Notes: How We Make Sense of Music, London: Profile Books.
Output 110c - Comparing Notes review, BBC Music Magazine, 2017.pdf
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1.6 MB
109
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Ockelford, A. and Voyajolu, A. (2017) ‘Musical play and play through music in early childhood’, (in) The Routledge International Handbook of Early Childhood Play, T. Bruce (ed.), London: Routledge, pp. 395–406.
Output 109 - Musical Play and Play through Music in Early Childhood, Ockelford and Voyajolu, Routledge Handbook of Early Childhood Play, 2017.docx
docx
0.3 MB
108
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Welch, G., Ockelford, A., Zimmermann, S., Himonides, E. and Wilde, E. (2016) ‘The provision of music in special education (PROMISE) 2015’, paper presented at the 26th International Seminar of the ISME Commission on Research, London 18–22 July 2016 (available at http://imerc.org).
Output 108 - The Provision of Music in Special Education (PROMISE) 2015, Welch, Ockelford, Zimmermann, Himonides and Wilde, ISME Research Seminar, 2016.pdf
pdf
0.2 MB
107
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Voyajolu, A. and Ockelford, A. (2016) ‘Sounds of Intent in the early years: a proposed framework of young children’s musical development’, Research Studies in Music Education, 38(1), 93–113.
Output 107 - Sounds of Intent in the Early Years, Voyajolu and Ockelford, Research Studies in Music Education, 2016.pdf
pdf
2.9 MB
106
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Wilde, E., Ockelford, A. and Welch, G. (2016) ‘Muziekonderwijs voor kinderen met speciale onderwijsbehoeften’, Cultuur + Educatie, 16(45), 56–77.
Output 106 - Muziekonderwijs voor Kinderen met Speciale Onderwijsbehoeften, Wilde, Ockelford and Welch, 2016.pdf
pdf
0.6 MB
105
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Himonides, E. and Ockelford, A. (2016) ‘Music technology and special educational needs’, (in) Music, Technology, and Education: Critical Perspectives, A. King and E. Himonides (eds), Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 173–190.
Output 105 - Music Technology and Special Educational Needs, Himonides and Ockelford, Music, Tehcnology, and Education, 2016.pdf
pdf
3.3 MB
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Himonides, E., Ockelford, A. and Voyajolu, A. (2016) ‘Technology, SEN and EY’, (in) The Routledge Companion to Music, Technology, and Education, A. King, E. Himonides and S. Ruthmann (eds), London: Routledge, pp. 79–90.
Output 104 - Technology, SEN and EY, Himonides, Ockelford and Voyajolu, The Routledge Companion to Music, Technology and Education, 2016.pdf
pdf
2.3 MB
103
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Ockelford, A. (2016) ‘The development and nurture of prodigious musical talent in blind children with autism and learning difficulties: identifying and educating potential musical savants’, (in) Musical Prodigies: Interpretations from Psychology, Education, Musicology and Ethnomusicology, Gary McPherson (ed.), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 471–495.
Output 103 - The Development and Nurture of Prodigious Musical Talent in Blind Children with Autism and Learning Difficulties, Child Musical Prodigies, 2016.docx
docx
1.5 MB
102
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Ockelford, A. (2016) ‘Music education for children with special needs and special abilities’, (in) European Perspectives in Music Education 4, Every Learner Counts: Democracy and Inclusion in Music Education, N. Stavrou and M. Stakelum (eds), Esslingen: Helbling.
Output 102 - Music Education for Children with Special Needs and Abilities, European Perspectives in Music Education 4, 2016.pdf
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0.1 MB
101
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Ockelford, A. and Vorhaus, J. (2016) ‘Identity and musical development in people with severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties’, (in) The Oxford Handbook of Musical Identities, R. Macdonald, D. Hargreaves and D. Miell (eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 642–667.
Output 101 - Identity and Musical Development in People with Severe or Profound and Multiplle Learning Difficulties, Ockelford and Vorhaus, The Oxford Handbook of Musical Identities, 2016.docx
docx
1.6 MB
100
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Welch, G. and Ockelford, A. (2016) ‘The role of the institution and teachers in supporting learning’, (in) The Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology (Second Edition ), S. Hallam, I. Cross and M. Thaut (eds), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 509–526.
Output 100 - The Role of the Institution and Teachers in Supporting Learning, Welch and Ockelford, Oxford Handbook of Music Pscyhology, 2016.pdf
pdf
0.3 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2015) Sounds of Intent in the Early Years, Poster, London: UCL Institute of Education.
Output 99 - Sounds of Intent in the Early Years Poster, 2015.pdf
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6.7 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2015) Sounds of Intent in the Early Years, Booklet, London: UCL Institute of Education.
Output 98 - Sounds of Intent in the Early Years Booklet, 2015.pdf
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5.7 MB
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Ockelford, A. and Voyajolu, A. (2015) ‘With intent’, Nursery World, (2015)21, 18–19.
Output 97 - With Intent, Ockelford and Voyajolu, Nursery World, 2015.pdf
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1.4 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2015) ‘The Sounds of Intent project: modelling musical development in children with learning difficulties’, Tizard Learning Disability Review, 20(4), 179–194.
Output 96 - The Sounds of Intent Project, Tizard Learning Disability Review, 2015.pdf
pdf
0.4 MB
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Welch, G. and Ockelford, A. (2015) ‘The importance of music in supporting the development of children with learning disabilities’, International Journal of Birth and Parent Education, 2(3), 21–23.
Output 95 - The Importance of Music in Supporting the Development of Children with Learning Disabilities, Welch and Ockelford, Journal of Birth and Parenting Education, 2015.pdf
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0.2 MB
94
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Ockelford, A. (2015) ‘The potential impact of autism on musical development’, (in) The Child as Musician: A Handbook of Musical Development, G. McPherson (ed.), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp.122–145.
Output 94 - The Potential Impact of Autism on Musical Development, The Child as Musician, 2015.docx
docx
1.6 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2014) Sounds of Intent: A Framework for Making Music with Children and Young People including those with Learning Difficulties or Autism, Z-Card, London: UCL Institute of Education.
Output 93 - Sounds of Intent, picture of Z-card. 2014.pdf
pdf
7.2 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2014) ‘Autism spectrum disorder’, (in) Music in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, W. Forde Thompson (ed.), Los Angeles, CA: Sage, pp. 114–117.
Output 92 - Autism Spectrum Disorder, Music in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2014.pdf
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1.8 MB
91
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Ockelford, A. (2014) ‘Applied Musicology’, (in) Music in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, W. Forde Thompson (ed.), Los Angeles, CA: Sage, pp. 67–68.
Output 91 - Applied Musicology, Music in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2014.pdf
pdf
1 MB
90
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Fancourt, D., Ockelford, A. and Belai, A. (2014) ‘The psychoneuroimmunological effects of music: a systematic review and a new model’, Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 36, 15–26.
Output 90 - The Psychoneuroimmunological Effects of Music, Fancourt, Ockelford and Belai, 2014.pdf
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0.6 MB
89
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Grundy, R. and Ockelford, A. (2014) ‘Expectations evoked on hearing a piece of music for the first time: evidence from a musical savant’, Empirical Musicology Review, 9(2), 47–97.
Output 89 - Expectations Evoked on Hearing a Piece of Music for the First Time, Grundy (née Peskett) and Ockelford, Empirical Musicology Review, 2014.pdf
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3.3 MB
88
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Ockelford, A. (2014) ‘Through a glass, vividly: shedding light on the extraordinary musical journeys of some children on the autism spectrum’, (in) Advanced Musical Performance: Investigations in Higher Education Learning, I. Papageorgi and G. Welch (eds), Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 143–170.
Output 88 - Through a Glass, Vividly, Advanced Music Performance, 2014.pdf
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0.9 MB
87
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Ockelford, A. (2013) ‘Abilities and inabilities in autism: different sides of the same coin?’, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/adam-ockelford/autism-genius_b_4118805.html
Output 87 - Abilities and Disabilities in Autism - Different Sides of the Same Coin, Huff Post, 2013.pdf
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1.5 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2013) ‘Derek’, http://www.jkp.com/jkpblog/2013/04/music-language-autism/
Output 86 - 'Derek', JKPblog, 2013.pdf
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0.6 MB
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Ockelford, A. and Paravicini, D. (2013) In the Key of Genius, TED talk, with online transcript in 26 languages, www.ted.com/talks/derek_paravicini_and_adam_ockelford_in_the_key_of_genius
Output 85 - In the Key of Genius, Derek Paravicini and Adam Ockelford, TED Talk, 2013.pdf
pdf
6.1 MB
84
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Ockelford, A. and Sergeant, D. (2013) ‘Musical expectancy in atonal contexts: musicians’ perception of “antistructure”’, Psychology of Music, 41 (2), 139–174.
Output 84 - Musical Expectancy in Atonal Contexts, Ockelford and Sergeant, Psychology of Music, 2013.pdf
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3.1 MB
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Shibazaki, K., Ockelford, A. and Marshall, N. (2013) ‘Extending zygonic theory to analyse patterns of musical influence between children creating pieces of music in groups, in England and Japan’, Musicae Scientiae, 17(4), 429–471.
Output 83 - Extending Zygonic Theory to Analyse Patterns of Musical Influence between Children Creating Pieces of Music, Shibazaki, Ockelford and Marshall, Musicae Scientiae, 2013.pdf
pdf
8.8 MB
82
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Ockelford, A. (2013) Music, Language and Autism: Exceptional Strategies for Exceptional Minds, London: Jessica Kingsley.
Output 82 - Music, Langugage and Autism, 2013.pdf
pdf
1.6 MB
81
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Ockelford, A. (2012) ‘Music: a proxy language for autistic children’, blog, also available at http://blog.oup.com/2012/12/music-proxy-language-autisic-children
Output 81 - Music ? A Proxy Language for Autistic Children, OUPblog, 2012.pdf
pdf
0.1 MB
80
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Ockelford, A. (2012) Sounds of Intent: Comparison with the ‘P-Levels’ for Music, short paper also available at http://www.soundsofintent.org/printable-resources
Output 80 - Sounds of Intent ? Comparison with P-Levels for Music, 2012.pdf
pdf
6.1 MB
79
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Welch, G., Himonides, E., Ockelford, A., Vogiatzoglou, A. and Zimmermann, S. (2012) ‘Understanding and nurturing musical development in children and young people: the Sounds of Intent project’, (in) Proceedings of the Twenty-Fourth International Seminar on Research in Music Education, C. Johnson (ed.), Greece: University of Macedonia, pp. 247–256.
Output 79 - Understanding and Nurturing Musical Development in Children and Young People, Welch, Himonides, Ockelford, Vogiatzoglou and Zimmermann, ISME Research Seminar, 2012.pdf
pdf
1.8 MB
78
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Dimatati, M., Heaton, P., Pring, L., Downing, J. and Ockelford, A. (2012) ‘Exploring the impact of congenital visual impairment on the development of absolute pitch using a new online assessment tool: a preliminary study’, Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain, 22(2), 129–133.
Output 78 - Exploring the Impact of Visual Impairment on the Development of Absolute Pitch, Dimitati, Heaton, Pring, Downing and Ockelford, Psychomusicology, 2012.pdf
pdf
0.4 MB
77
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Thorpe, M., Ockelford, A. and Aksentijevic, A. (2012) ‘An empirical exploration of the zygonic model of expectation in music’, Psychology of Music, 40(4), 429–470.
Output 77 - An Empirical Exploration of the Zygonic Model of Expectation in Music, Thorpe, Ockelford and Aksentijevic, 2012.pdf
pdf
5.1 MB
76
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Ockelford, A. (2012) ‘Songs without words: exploring how music can serve as a proxy language in social interaction with autistic children’, (in) Music, Health, and Wellbeing, R. MacDonald, G. Kreutz, and L.Mitchell (eds), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 289–323.
Output 76 - Songs without Words, Music, Health and Wellbeing, 2012.doc
doc
4.8 MB
75
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Ockelford, A. (2012) ‘Imagination feeds memory: exploring evidence from a musical savant using zygonic theory’, (in) Musical Imaginations: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Creativity, Performance and Perception, D. Hargreaves, D. Miell and R. MacDonald (eds), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 31–61.
Output 75 - Imagination Feeds Memory, Musical Imaginations, 2012.docx
docx
6.5 MB
74
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Ockelford, A. and Markou, K. (2012) ‘Music education and therapy for children and young people with cognitive impairments: reporting on a decade of research’, (in) Music, Health, and Wellbeing, R.MacDonald, G. Kreutz, and L.Mitchell (eds), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 383–404.
Output 74 - Music Education and Therapy, Ockelford and Markou, Music, Health and Wellbeing, 2012.docx
docx
1.4 MB
73
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Ockelford, A. and Welch, G. (2012) ‘What can musical engagement in children with cognitive impairment tell us about their sense of self?’, (in) Personhood and Music Learning: Connecting Perspectives and Narratives, S. O’Neill (ed.), Waterloo, Ontario: Canadian Music Educators Association, pp. 216–240.
Output 73 - What Can Musical Engagement in Children with Cognitive Impairment Tell Us about Their Sense of Self?, Ockelford and Welch, Personhood and Learning.pdf
pdf
1.8 MB
72
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Ockelford, A. (2012) Applied Musicology: Using Zygonic Theory to Inform Music Education, Psychology, and Therapy Research, New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Output 72a - Applied Musicology, 2012.pdf
pdf
1 MB
72
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Ockelford, A. (2012) Applied Musicology: Using Zygonic Theory to Inform Music Education, Psychology, and Therapy Research, New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Output 72b - Review of Applied Musicology, Farrell, Psychology of Music, 2013.pdf
pdf
0 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2012) 'What makes music "music"? Theoretical explanations using zygonic theory', in J.-L. Leroy (ed.), Actualités des Universaux Musicaux, Paris: Editions des Archives Contemporaines, pp. 123–148.
Output 71 –Universals in music, Ockelford, 2012.pdf
pdf
28.5 MB
70
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Ockelford, A., Welch, G., Jewell-Gore, L., Cheng, E., Vogiatzoglou, A. and Himonides, E. (2011) ‘Sounds of Intent, Phase 2: gauging the music development of children with complex needs’, European Journal of Special Needs Education, 26(2), 177–199.
Output 70 - Sounds of Intent, Phase 2, Ockelford, Welch, Jewell-Gore, Cheng, Vogiatzoglou and Himonides, 2011.pdf
pdf
29.6 MB
69
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Vogiatzoglou, A., Ockelford, A., Welch, G. and Himonides, E. (2011) ‘Sounds of Intent: interactive software to assess the musical development of children and young people with complex needs’, Music and Medicine, 3(3), 189–195.
Output 69 - Sounds of Intent ? Interactive Software, Vogiatzoglou, Ockelford, Welch and Himonides, Music and Medicine, 2011.pdf
pdf
12.4 MB
68
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Ockelford, A. (2011) ‘Another exceptional musical memory: evidence from a savant of how atonal music is processed in cognition’, (in) Music and the Mind: Essays in Honour of John Sloboda, I. Deliège and J. Davidson (eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 237–288.
Output 68a - Another Exceptional Memory ? Evidence from a Savant of How Atonal Music is Processed in Cognition, 2011.pdf
pdf
3.2 MB
68
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Ockelford, A. (2011) ‘Another exceptional musical memory: evidence from a savant of how atonal music is processed in cognition’, (in) Music and the Mind: Essays in Honour of John Sloboda, I. Deliège and J. Davidson (eds), Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 237–288.
Output 68b - John Sloboda's response to chapter.pdf
pdf
0 MB
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Ockelford, A. and Welch, G. (2010) ‘Sounds of Intent’, (in) Music as a Natural Resource: Music Education Project, Compendium produced by the United Nations’ International Council for Caring Communities.
Output 67a - Sounds of Intent, Music as a Natural Resource, 2010.pdf
pdf
0.2 MB
67
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Ockelford, A. and Welch, G. (2010) ‘Sounds of Intent’, (in) Music as a Natural Resource: Music Education Project, Compendium produced by the United Nations’ International Council for Caring Communities.
Output 67b - Sounds of Intent, Music as a Natural Resource, Figure 1.pdf
pdf
0.3 MB
67
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Ockelford, A. and Welch, G. (2010) ‘Sounds of Intent’, (in) Music as a Natural Resource: Music Education Project, Compendium produced by the United Nations’ International Council for Caring Communities.
Output 67c - Sounds of Intent, Music as a Natural Resource, Figure 2.pdf.jpg
jpg
1.3 MB
67
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Ockelford, A. and Welch, G. (2010) ‘Sounds of Intent’, (in) Music as a Natural Resource: Music Education Project, Compendium produced by the United Nations’ International Council for Caring Communities.
Output 67d - Sounds of Intent, Music as a Natural Resource, Figure 3.jpg
jpg
1.1 MB
66
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Ockelford, A. (2010) ‘Exploring the structural principles underlying the capacity of groups of notes to function concurrently in music’, Musicae Scientiae, 14(2 suppl.), 149–185.
Output 66 - Exploring the Structural Principles of Groups of Notes to Function Concurrently in Music, Musicae Scientiae, 2010.pdf
pdf
1.3 MB
65
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Ockelford, A. (2010) ‘Windows on the musical mind’, (in) What’s Special? Opera, Dance and Music Education for People with Special Needs across Europe, K. Heid and I. Joly (eds), Brussels: European Network for Opera and Dance Education, pp. 48–51.
Output 65 - WIndows on the Musical Mind, RESEO, 2010.pdf
pdf
11.6 MB
64
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Ockelford, A. (2009) ‘Sounds of Intent’, Information Exchange, 79, 6–7.
Output 64 - Sounds of Intent, Information Exchange, 2009.pdf
pdf
8.8 MB
63
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Ockelford, A. and Matawa, C. (2009) ‘Focus on music: part two. Exploring the musicality of children and young people with retinopathy of prematurity’, Insight, 24, 36–37.
Output 63 - Focus on Music ? RoP, Ockelford and Matawa, Insight, 2009.pdf
pdf
20.6 MB
62
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Ockelford, A. (2009) Book review: Steven Jan, The Memetics of Music: A Neo-Darwinian View of Musical Structure and Culture, Psychology of Music, 37(3), 378–380.
Output 62 - Review of The Memetics of Music, Psychology of Music, 2009.pdf
pdf
0 MB
61
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Cheng, E., Ockelford, A. and Welch, G. (2009) ‘Researching and developing music provision in special schools in England for children and young people with complex needs’, Australian Journal of Music Education, 2, 27–48.
Output 61 - Music provision for children with complex needs, Cheng, Ockelford and Welch, 2009.pdf
pdf
1 MB
60
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Ockelford, A. (2009) ‘Similarity relations between groups of notes: music-theoretical and music-psychological perspectives’, Musicae Scientiae, 13(1 suppl.), 47–98.
Output 60 - Similarity Relations between Groups of Notes, Musicae Scientiae, 2009.pdf
pdf
2.6 MB
59
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Ockelford, A. (2009) ‘Zygonic theory: introduction, scope, and prospects’, Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Musiktheorie, 6(1), 91–172.
Output 59 - Zygonic Theory ? Introduction, Scope, and Prospects, Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Musiktheorie, 2009.pdf
pdf
2.8 MB
58
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Welch, G., Ockelford, A., Carter, F.-C., Zimmermann, S.-A. and Himonides, E. (2009) ‘”Sounds of Intent”: mapping musical behaviour and development in children and young people with complex needs’, Psychology of Music, 37(3), 348–370.
Output 58 - Sounds of Intent, Welch, Ockelford, Carter, Zimmermann and Himonides, Psychology of Music, 2009.pdf
pdf
0.5 MB
57
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Ockelford, A. and Matawa, C. (2009) Focus on Music 2: Exploring the Musicality of Children and Young People with Retinopathy of Prematurity, London: Institute of Education.
Output 57 - Focus on Music 2, 2009.pdf
pdf
175.1 MB
56
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Ockelford, A. (2008) ‘Beyond music psychology’, (in) Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology (First Edition), S. Hallam, I. Cross and M. Thaut (eds), New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 539–551.
Output 56 - Beyond Music Psychology, Oxford Handbook of Music Psychology, 2008.pdf
pdf
19.2 MB
55
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Ockelford, A. (2008) Review article: David Huron, Sweet Anticipation: Music and the Psychology of Expectation, Psychology of Music, 36(3), 367–382.
Output 55 - Review of Sweet Anticipation, Psychology of Music, 2008.pdf
pdf
0.3 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2008) ‘Sounds of Intent’, Insight, 18(November/December), 22–23.
Output 54 - Sounds of Intent, Insight, 2008.pdf
pdf
26.6 MB
53
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Ockelford, A. (2008) ‘Teaching students with special educational needs at key stage 3’, Classroom Music, autumn term 2 (2008/09), 8–9.
Output 53 - Teaching Students with SEN, Classroom Music, 2008:9.pdf
pdf
5.2 MB
52
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Ockelford, A. (2008) ‘In the key of genius (part 3)’, Insight, 13, 43–45.
Output 52 - In the Key of Genius, Part 3, Insight, 2008.pdf
pdf
20.6 MB
51
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Welch, G., Ockelford, A., Zimmermann, S., Himonides, E. and Carter, F.-C. (2008) Sounds of Intent: Research Project Outcomes, London: Institute of Education.
Output 51 - Sounds of Intent Research Project Outcomes, 2008.pdf
pdf
48.8 MB
50
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Ockelford, A. (2008) Music for Children and Young People with Complex Needs, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Output 50a - Music for Children and Young People with Complex Needs, 2008.pdf
pdf
26.9 MB
50
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Ockelford, A. (2008) Music for Children and Young People with Complex Needs, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Output 50b - Review of Music for Chidlren and Young People with Complex Needs, Darrow, Psychology of Music, 2009.pdf
pdf
0.1 MB
50
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Ockelford, A. (2008) Music for Children and Young People with Complex Needs, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Output 50c - Review of Music for Children and Young People with Complex Needs, Lloyd, Insight, 2008 .pdf
pdf
7.1 MB
49
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Ockelford, A. (2007) ‘A music module in working memory? Evidence from the performance of a prodigious musical savant’, Musicae Scientiae, 11(2 suppl.), 5–36.
Output 49 - A Music Module in Working Memory?, Musicae Scientiae, 2007.pdf
pdf
0.7 MB
48
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Ockelford, A. (2007) ‘Exploring musical interaction between a teacher and pupil, and her evolving musicality, using a music-theoretical approach’, Research Studies in Music Education, 28(1), 51–70.
Output 48 – Exploring musical interaction using a music-theoretical approach, Ockelford, 2007.pdf
pdf
0.8 MB
47
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Ockelford, A. (2007) ‘In the key of genius (part 2)’, Insight, 10, 43–45.
Output 47 - In the Key of Genius, Part 1, Insight, 2007.pdf
pdf
30.3 MB
46
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Ockelford, A. (2007) ‘In the key of genius (part 1)’, Insight, 11, 43–46.
Output 46 - Exploring Musical Interation between a Teacher and Pupil, Research Studies in Music Education, 2007.pdf
pdf
1.1 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2007) In the Key of Genius: The Extraordinary Life of Derek Paravicini, London: Hutchinson.
Output 45 - In the Key of Genius, 2007.pdf
pdf
22.4 MB
44
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Ockelford, A. (2006) ‘Implication and expectation in music: a zygonic model’, Psychology of Music, 34(1), 81–142.
Output 44 - Implication and Expectation in Music, Psychology of Music, 2006.pdf
pdf
0.6 MB
43
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Bruce, T. and Ockelford, A. (2006) ‘Understanding symbolic development’, (in) Early Childhood: A Guide for Students (Second Edition), T. Bruce (ed.), London: Sage, pp. 105–118.
Output 43 - Understanding Symbolic Development, Bruce and Ockelford, Early Childhood ? A Guide for Students, 2006.pdf
pdf
19.6 MB
42
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Ockelford, A. (2006) ‘Using a music-theoretical approach to explore the impact of disability on musical development: a case study’, (in) Sounding off: Theorizing Disability in Music, N. Lerner and J. Straus (eds), New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 137–153.
Output 42 - Using a Music-Theoretical Approach to Explore the Impact of Disability on Musical Development, in Sounding Off ? Theorizing Disability in Music, 2006.pdf
pdf
57.1 MB
41
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Ockelford, A., Pring, L., Welch, G. and Treffert, D. (2006) Focus on Music: Exploring the Musical Interests and Abilities of Blind and Partially-Sighted Children with Septo-Optic Dysplasia, London: Institute of Education
Output 41a - FOCUS on Music ? Exploring the Musical Interests of Children with SOD, Ockelford, Pring, Welch and Treffert, 2006.pdf
pdf
1.4 MB
41
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Ockelford, A., Pring, L., Welch, G. and Treffert, D. (2006) Focus on Music: Exploring the Musical Interests and Abilities of Blind and Partially-Sighted Children with Septo-Optic Dysplasia, London: Institute of Education
Output 41b - FOCUS on Music summary, Insight, 2006.pdf
pdf
38 MB
40
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Ockelford, A., Welch, G., Zimmermann, S. and Himonides, E. (2005) ‘Mapping musical development in children with PMLD: the Sounds of Intent project’, The SLD Experience, 43, 20–23.
Output 40 - Mapping Musical Development in Children with PMLD, The SLD Experience, 2005.pdf
pdf
19.2 MB
39
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Ockelford, A. (2005) ‘Relating musical structure and content to aesthetic response: a model and analysis of Beethoven’s piano sonata op. 110’, Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 130(1), 74–118.
Output 39 - Relating Musical Structure and Content to Aesthetic Response, Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 2005.pdf
pdf
1.2 MB
38
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Ockelford, A. and Pring, L. (2005) ‘Learning and creativity in a prodigious musical savant’, International Congress Series, 1,282, 903–907.
Output 38 - Learning and Creativity in a Prodigoius Musical Savant, Ockelford and Pring, International Congress Series, 2005.pdf
pdf
0.3 MB
37
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Ockelford, A., Welch, G. and Pring, L. (2005) ‘Musical interests and abilities of children with septo-optic dysplasia’, International Congress Series, 1,282, 894–897.
Output 37 - Music Interests and Abilities of Children with SOD, Ockelford, Welch and Pring, International Congress Series, 2005.pdf
pdf
0.1 MB
36
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Ockelford, A., Welch, G., Zimmermann, S. and Himonides, E. (2005) ‘”Sounds of intent”: mapping, assessing and promoting the musical development of children with profound and multiple learning difficulties’, International Congress Series, 1,282, 898–902.
Output 36 - Sounds of Intent ? Mapping, Assessing and Promoting the Musical Development of Children with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, Ockelford, Welch, Zimmermann and Himonides, International Congress Series, 2005.pdf
pdf
0.2 MB
35
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Pring, L. and Ockelford, A. (2005) ‘Children with septo-optic dysplasia – musical interests, abilities and provision: the results of a parental survey’, British Journal of Visual Impairment, 23(2), 58–66.
Output 35 - Children with Septo-Optic Dysplasia, Pring and Ockelford, 2005.pdf
pdf
48.7 MB
34
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Ockelford, A. (2005) ‘Music therapy or music education?’, Eye Contact, 43, 23–27.
Output 34 - Music Therapy or Music Education?, Eye Contact, 2005.pdf
pdf
15.3 MB
33
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Ockelford, A. (2005) ‘Sound track’ (in) Visual Needs, O. Miller and A. Ockelford (eds), London: Continuum, pp. 49–72.
Output 33 - Sound Tracks, Visual Needs, Miller and Ockelford, 2005.pdf
pdf
34 MB
32
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Ockelford, A. (2005) Repetition in Music: Theoretical and Metatheoretical Perspectives, London: Routledge.
Output 32a - Repetition in Music, 2005.pdf
pdf
29.8 MB
32
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Ockelford, A. (2005) Repetition in Music: Theoretical and Metatheoretical Perspectives, London: Routledge.
Output 32b - Review of Repetition in Music, Mailman, Psychology of Music, 2007.pdf
pdf
0.1 MB
32
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Ockelford, A. (2005) Repetition in Music: Theoretical and Metatheoretical Perspectives, London: Routledge.
Output 32c - Review of Repetition in Music, Volioti, Musicae Scientiae, 2007.pdf
pdf
0.4 MB
31
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Ockelford, A. (2004) ‘On similarity, derivation and the cognition of musical structure’, Psychology of Music, 32(1), 23–74.
Output 31 - On Similarity, Derivation and the Cognition of Musical Structure, Psychology of Music, 2004.pdf
pdf
0.4 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2004) ‘Music and children with SOD’, Eye Contact, 38, 16–17.
Output 30 - Music and Children with SOD, Eye Contact, 2004.pdf
pdf
8.2 MB
29
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Ockelford, A., Welch, G., Zimmermann, S. and Himonides, E. (2004) ‘Sounds of Intent’, Eye Contact, 40, 12–15.
Output 29 - Sounds of Intent, Eye Contact, 2004.pdf
pdf
21.5 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2003) ‘Music and children with SOD’, Focal Points, 2(3), 1 and 3.
Output 28 - Music and Children with SOD, Focus Families Newsletter, 2003.pdf
pdf
0 MB
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Ockelford, A. (2002) ‘Playing by ear’, Curriculum Close-Up, 12, 6–7
Output 27 - Playing by Ear, Curriculum Close-Up, 2002.pdf
pdf
9.3 MB
26
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Ockelford, A. (2002) ‘The magical number two, plus or minus one: some limits on our capacity for processing musical information’, Musicae Scientiae, 6(2), 185–219.
Output 26 - The Magical Number Two, Plus or Minus One, Musicae Scientiae, 2002.pdf
pdf
2.8 MB
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Ockelford, A., Welch, G. and Zimmermann, S. (2002) ‘Music education for pupils with severe or profound and multiple difficulties – current provision and future need’, British Journal of Special Education, 29(4), 178–182.
Output 25 - Music Education for Pupils with Severe or Profound and Multiple Difficulties ? Current Provision and Future Need, 2002.pdf
pdf
32.5 MB
24
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Welch, G., Ockelford, A. and Zimmermann, S. (2001) PROMISE (The Provision of Music in Special Education), London: Institute of Education and Royal National Institute of the Blind.
Output 24 - PROMISE Report, Welch, Ockelford and Zimmermann, 2001.pdf
pdf
170.3 MB
23
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Ockelford, A. (2001) Objects of Reference: Promoting Early Symbolic Communication (Third Edition), London: Royal National Institute of the Blind.
Output 23 - Objects of Reference (3rd ed.), 2001.pdf
pdf
61.4 MB
22
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Ockelford, A. (2000) ‘Music in the education of children with severe or profound learning difficulties: issues in current UK provision, a new conceptual framework, and proposals for research’, Psychology of Music, 28(2), 197–217.
Output 22 - Music In the Education of Children with Severe or Profound Learning Difficulties, 2000.pdf
pdf
6.7 MB
21
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Ockelford, A. (1999) The Cognition of Order in Music: A Metacognitive Study. Roehampton, London: Centre for Advanced Studies in Music Education, University of Roehampton.
Output 21 - The Cognition of Order in Music, 1999.pdf
pdf
35.1 MB
20
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Ockelford, A. (1998) Music Moves: Music in the Education of Children and Young People who are Visually Impaired and have Learning Disabilities, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Output 20a - Music Moves, 1998.pdf
pdf
112.5 MB
20
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Ockelford, A. (1998) Music Moves: Music in the Education of Children and Young People who are Visually Impaired and have Learning Disabilities, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Output 20b - Music Moves Supplement, 1998:1999.pdf
pdf
4.2 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1998) Sound Moves: Making Music with Children who have Severe or Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (video), London: Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Output 19a - Sound Moves cover, 1996.pdf
pdf
15.8 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1998) Sound Moves: Making Music with Children who have Severe or Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (video), London: Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Output 19b - Sound Moves.mp4
mp4
143.5 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1996) All Join In! A Framework for Making Music with Children and Young People who are Visually Impaired and have Learning Disabilities, 24 Songs, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Output 18 - All Join In!, 1996.pdf
pdf
0.3 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1996) Points of Contact: A Braille Approach to Alphabetic Music Notation, London: Braille Authority of the United Kingdom.
Output 17 - Points of Contact, BAUK, 1996.pdf
pdf
13.4 MB
16
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Ockelford, A. (1996) Music Matters: Factors in the Music Education of Children and Young People who are Visually Impaired, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind
Output 16 - Music Matters, 1996.pdf
pdf
98.7 MB
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Ockelford, A. and Miller, O. (1995) One of the Family: Set of Four Videos and Booklets for Parents and Professionals Caring for and Working with Children and Young People with Visual Impairment and Complex Needs, 2. ‘Making contact’, London: Royal National Institute of the Blind.
Output 15 - Making Contact.mp4
mp4
133.7 MB
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Ockelford, A. and Miller, O. (1995) One of the Family: Set of Four Videos and Booklets for Parents and Professionals Caring for and Working with Children and Young People with Visual Impairment and Complex Needs, 2. ‘Making contact’, London: Royal National Institute of the Blind.
Output 15b Making Contact booklet.pdf
pdf
24.6 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1994) Objects of Reference:Promoting Communication Skills and Concept Development with Visually Impaired Children who have Other Disabilities (Revised Edition), London: Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Output 14 - Objects of Reference (rev. ed.), 1994.pdf
pdf
50.5 MB
13
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Ockelford, A. (1994) Music in Large Print, London: Music Publishers Association.
Output 13 - Music in Large Print, 1994.pdf
pdf
26.4 MB
12
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Ockelford, A. (1994) Letter concerning blindness and AP to The Psychologist, 7(11), 489.
Output 12 - Letter to the Pscyhologist re AP, 1994.pdf
pdf
24.5 MB
11
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Ockelford, A. (1994) ‘Music ... a source of enjoyment for all’, Information Exchange, 40, 10–13.
Output 11 - Music ... for All, Information Exchange, 1994.pdf
pdf
37.7 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1993) A Theory Concerning the Cognition of Order in Music, PhD thesis, University of London.
Output 10 - A Theory Concerning the Cognition of Order in Music, 1993.pdf
pdf
28.4 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1992) Objects of Reference, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Output 9 - Objects of Reference, 1992.pdf
pdf
37.4 MB
8
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Ockelford, A. (1992) Music and Visually Impaired Children: Some Notes for the Guidance of Teachers, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Output 8 - Music and Visually Impaired Children, 1992.pdf
pdf
55 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1992) Music Notation for People with a Severe Visual Impairment: A Discussion Document, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind.
Output 7 - Music Notation for People with a Severe Visual Impairment, 1992.pdf
pdf
284.7 MB
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Ockelford, A. and Miller, O. (1993) The World in Our Hands: Set of Five Videos and Booklets for the Parents of Blind Babies, 3, ‘Sounds important’, booklet, London: Royal National Institute of the Blind.
Output 6 – The World in Our Hands, Sounds Important Booklet, 1993.pdf
pdf
11.8 MB
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Ockelford, A. and Miller, O. (1993) The World in Our Hands: Set of Five Videos and Booklets for the Parents of Blind Babies, 3, ‘Sounds important’, video, London: Royal National Institute of the Blind.
Output 5 - Sounds Important.mp4
mp4
66.3 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1991) ‘Derek Paravicini: a boy with extraordinary musical abilities’, Eye Contact, 1, 8–10.
Output 4 - Article on Derek, Eye Contact, 1991.pdf
pdf
8.5 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1991) ‘The role of repetition in perceived musical structures’, (in) Representing Musical Structure, P. Howell, R. West, I. Cross (eds), London: Academic Press, pp. 129–160.
Output 3 - The Role of Repetition in Perceived Musical Structures, 1991.pdf
pdf
84.8 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1988) ‘Some observations concerning the musical education of blind children and those with additional handicaps’, unpublished paper given at 32nd Conference of the Society for Research in Psychology of Music and Music Education (now SEMPRE) at the University of Reading
Output 2a - The Musical Education of Blind Children, SRPMME Paper, 1988.pdf
pdf
43.8 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1988) ‘Some observations concerning the musical education of blind children and those with additional handicaps’, unpublished paper given at 32nd Conference of the Society for Research in Psychology of Music and Music Education (now SEMPRE) at the University of Reading
Output 2b(i) - Audio Excerpt 1.wav
wav
32.2 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1988) ‘Some observations concerning the musical education of blind children and those with additional handicaps’, unpublished paper given at 32nd Conference of the Society for Research in Psychology of Music and Music Education (now SEMPRE) at the University of Reading
Output 2b(ii) - Rushton Hall Record Sleeve.pdf
pdf
69.7 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1988) ‘Some observations concerning the musical education of blind children and those with additional handicaps’, unpublished paper given at 32nd Conference of the Society for Research in Psychology of Music and Music Education (now SEMPRE) at the University of Reading
Output 2c - Video Excerpt 2.mp4
mp4
7.4 MB
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Ockelford, A. (1987) Proposals for an Alternative System of Braille Music, Dissertation, Diploma in Special Education (Visually Handicapped), University of Birmingham.
Output 1 - Proposals for an Alternative System of Braille Music, 1987.pdf
pdf
100 MB