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- Introduction – understanding listening experiences
- The Harkive Project– popular music reception, digital technologies, and data analysis
- #areyoulistening – mining social media to collate people’s listening experiences
- ‘O Lord, open thou our lips’- listeners’ experiences of BBC Radio 3’s Choral Evensong on The New Radio 3 Forum
- The historical influence of white listeners’ aural perspectives on African American hollers
- Progress and tradition – listening to the singing of the Welsh c.1870 to c.1920
- Beyond the aesthetic – the ‘sensory turn’ and models of music listening today
- Musicking – conversing – writing – towards a cultural perspective on music listening in eighteenth-century Britain
- Hannah Ann and William Stirling – exchanging views on their listening experiences 1834–1842
- The listening experiences of John Yeoman (1748–1824)
- Understanding audiences – what are concert-goers doing when they listen
- Live music and popular listening cultures in Britain, c1850–c1960
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