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Barlow, Helen (2020). ‘Praise the Lord! We are a musical nation’: the Welsh working classes and religious singing. Nineteenth-Century Music Review (Early access). file

Barlow, Helen and Herbert, Trevor (2020). Introduction Listeners in Music History: Studying the Evidence. Nineteenth-Century Music Review (Early access).


Barlow, Helen (2019). Progress and tradition: listening to the singing of the Welsh c.1870 to c.1920. In: Barlow, Helen and Rowland, David eds. The experience of listening to music: methodologies, identities, histories. The Open University. file

Adamou, Alessandro; Brown, Simon; Barlow, Helen; Allocca, Carlo and d’Aquin, Mathieu (2019). Crowdsourcing Linked Data on listening experiences through reuse and enhancement of library data. International Journal on Digital Libraries, 20(1) pp. 61–79. file

Barlow, Helen and Herbert, Trevor (2019). Introduction - Listeners in music history: studying the evidence. Nineteenth-Century Music Review (In Press). file


Barlow, Helen (2018). The British Army and the music profession: the impact of regimental bands on the status and identity of professional musicians. In: Golding, Rosemary ed. The Music Profession in Britain, 1780-1920: New Perspectives on Status and Identity. Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain. London: Routledge, pp. 72–89.


Barlow, Helen (2017). “Human voices are alone themselves sufficient”: Protestant and Catholic currents in the listening experiences of an Anglo-Prussian marriage. In: Barlow, Helen and Rowland, David eds. Listening to Music: People, Practices and Experiences. The Open University.

Barlow, Helen and Rowland, David eds. (2017). Listening to music: people, practices and experiences. The Open University.


Barlow, Helen (2016). From the Band of Musick to the Concert Party, ca. 1780–1918: Musical Entertainment in the British Army. Music in Art, 41 file


Brown, Simon; Barlow, Helen; Adamou, Alessandro and d'Aquin, Mathieu (2015). The Listening Experience Database Project: Collating the Responses of the "Ordinary Listener" to Prompt New Insights into Musical Experience. The International Journal of the Humanties: Annual Review, 13 pp. 17–32.


Adamou, Alessandro; d'Aquin, Mathieu; Barlow, Helen and Brown, Simon (2014). LED: curated and crowdsourced linked data on music listening experiences. In: Proceedings of the ISWC 2014 Posters & Demonstrations Track, CEUR Workshop Proceedings,, pp. 93–96. file

Brown, Simon; Adamou, Alessandro; Barlow, Helen and d'Aquin, Mathieu (2014). Building listening experience Linked Data through crowd-sourcing and reuse of library data. In: Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Digital Libraries for Musicology - DLfM '14, DLfM '14, ACM, pp. 1–8. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Herbert, Trevor and Barlow, Helen (2013). Music and the British Military in the Long Nineteenth Century. New York: Oxford University Press.


Barlow, Helen (2012). The military band images of George Scharf. Music in Art, XXXVII(1-2) pp. 9–24.

Herbert, Trevor and Barlow, Helen (2012). The British military as a musical institution, c.1780-c.1860. In: Rodmell, Paul ed. Music and Institutions in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 247–266.

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