Below you may find selected research articles from faculty from the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music in the College of Performing Arts.

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Submissions from 2013

Review of The Origins of Music, Amy B. Graziano and Julene K. Johnson

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Jean-Martin Charcot’s Role in the Nineteenth-Century Study of Music Aphasia, Julene K. Johnson, Marjorie Lorch, Serge Nicolas, and Amy B. Graziano

Submissions from 2012

Hermann Oppenheim's Observations about Music in Aphasia, Amy B. Graziano, Anja Pech, Craig Hou, and Julene K. Johnson

Submissions from 2009

Music Psychology, Amy B. Graziano

Submissions from 2006

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Richard Wallaschek's Nineteenth-Century Contributions To the Psychology Of Music, Amy B. Graziano and Julene K. Johnson

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The Influence of Scientific Research on Nineteenth-Century Musical Thought: The Work of Richard Wallaschek, Amy B. Graziano and Julene K. Johnson

Submissions from 2003

August Knoblauch and Amusia: A Nineteenth-Century Cognitive Model of Music, Julene K. Johnson and Amy B. Graziano