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Volioti, Georgia (2017) Expressive Gesture in Grieg’s Recordings of Two Op. 43 Lyric Pieces: An Exploratory Principal Components Analysis Music Performance Research.

Volioti, Georgia (2017) Re-imagining Operatic “Objects”: Commentary on Neumann’s Phenomena, Poiesis, and Performance Profiling: Temporal-Textual Emphasis and Creative Process Analysis in Turandot at the Metropolitan Opera Empirical Musicology Review.

Volioti, Georgia (2017) Landscaping the gaze in Norwegian visual art and Grieg's Op. 66 folk songs MUSIC & LETTERS.

Volioti, Georgia and Williamon, A (2016) Recordings as Learning and Practising Resources for Performance: Exploring Attitudes and Behaviours of Music Students and Professionals Musicae Scientiae: the journal of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music.

Volioti, Georgia (2016) Book review of 'Expressiveness in Music Performance: Empirical Approaches across Styles and Cultures' (2014) D. Fabian, R. Timmers and E. Schubert (eds.), Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 13 (2). pp. 335-340.

Volioti, G (2016) Recording review of 'Edvard Grieg, Lyric Pieces by Stephen Hough - Hyperion 68070, 2015' Nineteenth-Century Music Review.

Volioti, Georgia (2015) Reminiscing Grieg: A Study of Technostalgia and Modulating Identities The Musical Quarterly, 98 (3). pp. 179-211.

Volioti, G (2012) Reinventing grieg's folk modernism: An empirical investigation of the performance of the sltter, Op. 72, No. 2 Journal of Musicological Research, 31 (4). pp. 262-296.

Volioti, G (2010) Playing with tradition: weighing up similarity and the buoyancy of the game Musicae Scientiae, 14 (2). pp. 85-114.

Volioti, G (2007) Book review of Adam Ockelford, ‘Repetition in Music: Theoretical and Meta-theoretical Perspectives’ Musicae Scientiae, 11 (2). pp. 325-330.

Volioti, G (2007) Reflections on a Symposium: Review of 4th International CHARM Symposium, ‘Methods for Analysing Recordings’ CHARM Newsletter (3). pp. 5-8.

Book Section

Volioti, Georgia (2017) Musing on the Past: Historical Recordings as Creative Resources of Piano Performance In: New Thoughts. UNSPECIFIED.

Conference or Workshop Item

Volioti, G (2013) Performing Norwegian National-Cultural Identity: Rhythmic Gesture as the Phenomenology of the Folk In: The National Element in Music - International Musicological Conference, 2013-01-18 - 2013-01-20, Athens, Greece.

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