Karen McAulay

Performing Arts Librarian

Work

  1. Other contribution › Research › Not peer-reviewed
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    Stepping out of the Georgian Era into a Pandemic

    McAulay, K., 30 Apr 2020, 2 p. The Cultural Capital Exchange (TCCE).

    Research output: Other contributionsOther contribution

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    Supporting research - researching support

    McAulay, K., Aug 2011, 2 p. IAML (UK & Irl).

    Research output: Other contributionsOther contribution

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    The sound of forgotten music: Karen McAulay uncovers some of the great female composers who have been lost from history

    McAulay, K., 11 Sep 2020, 2 p. Dundee : D C Thomson.

    Research output: Other contributionsOther contribution

  6. Other contribution › Research › Peer-reviewed
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    ASW 2015: The Bigger, the Better – A Big Data History of Music | IAML (UK & Irl)

    McAulay, K., 2015

    Research output: Other contributionsOther contribution

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    Legal Deposit (Copyright Behind the Scenes) – and Scores of Musical Scores

    McAulay, K., 20 Feb 2018, 5 p. UK Copyright Literacy.

    Research output: Other contributionsOther contribution

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    Revisiting the Achievements of Song-Collector Alexander Campbell

    McAulay, K., 9 Sep 2020, Glasgow : Romantic National Song Network (University of Glasgow).

    Research output: Other contributionsOther contribution

  10. Chapter › Research › Peer-reviewed
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    My love to war is going: Women and Song in the Napoleonic Era

    McAulay, K. & Robertson-Kirkland, B. E., Nov 2018, Trafalgar Chronicle: New Series 3. p. 202 212 p. (Trafalgar Chronicle).

    Research output: Contributions to books, editions, reports or conference proceedingsChapter

  12. Accepted/In press

    The Changing Nature of Scottish Music: Wynds, Vennels and Dual Carriageways?

    McAulay, K., 2016, (Accepted/In press) Understanding Scotland Musically: Folk, Tradition, Modernity. McKerrell, S. & West, G. (eds.).

    Research output: Contributions to books, editions, reports or conference proceedingsChapter

  13. Published or Performed

    Wynds, vennels and dual carriageways: the changing nature of Scottish music

    McAulay, K., 22 Feb 2018, Understanding Scotland musically: folk, tradition and policy. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, p. 230-239 10 p.

    Research output: Contributions to books, editions, reports or conference proceedingsChapter

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