Items where Division is "Faculty of Arts, Environment and Technology > Film, Music and Performing Arts" and Year is 2017

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Fryer, AK (2017) All the World is our Stage. [Performance]

Fryer, AK (2017) Love in the Supermarket. [Composition]

Fryer, AK and Shakespeare, W (2017) Those Lips That Love's Hand Did Make. [Composition]


Henderson, S and Spracklen, K (2017) If I Had My Way, I'd Have Been a Killer: Songwriting and its Motivations for Leisure and Work. Leisure / Loisir. ISSN 2151-2221 DOI: 10.1080/14927713.2017.1353436

Henderson, S and Spracklen, K (2017) ‘Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose’: Music Promoting, Digital Leisure, Social Media and Community. Leisure Sciences. ISSN 0149-0400 (In Press)


Legard, PI (2017) Inner-Sense and Experience: Drone Music, Esotericism and the Hieroeidetic Field. In: Sustain/Decay. Void Front Press. ISBN TBC (In Press)


Morey, JE (2017) A Study of Sampling Practice in UK Dance Music, 1987-2012. Doctoral thesis, Leeds Beckett University.


Paul, L (2017) The Importance of personal narratives in making research. In: LARC Leeds Art Research Centre Conference, 05 July 2017 - 05 July 2017, Leeds Beckett University.

Paul, L (2017) The Importance of the personal narrative in research: overview and case study: CINAGE. In: Research in Film Schools - GEECT, 15 April 2015 - 17 April 2015, La FEMIS, Paris, FRANCE.


Spracklen, K (2017) Sex, Drugs, Satan and Rock and Roll: Re-thinking Dark Leisure, from Theoretical Framework to an Exploration of Pop-rock-metal Music Norms. Annals of Leisure Research. ISSN 1174-5398 DOI: 10.1080/11745398.2017.1326156 (In Press)

Spracklen, K (2017) Throat-singing as extreme Other: An exploration of Mongolian and Central Asian style in extreme metal. Metal Music Studies. ISSN 2052-3998 (In Press)

Spracklen, K (2017) ‘Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it, and—which is more—you’ll be a man, my son’: Myths of British masculinity and Britishness in the Construction and Reception of Iron Maiden. Metal Music Studies. DOI: 10.1386/mms.3.3.405_1

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