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2019

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2016


2015


  • Dreyfus, Kay and Suzanne Robinson (eds), Grainger the modernist, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing, 2015.

    Contributors: Graham Barwell, Michael Christoforidis, Sarah Collins, Phillip Allen Correll, Dorothy de Val, Graham Freeman, Andrew Hugill, Emily Kilpatrick, Ken Murray, Samantha Owens, Simon Perry, Suzanne Robinson, Peter Schimpf, Peter Tregear and John Whiteoak.

  • Kirby, Catherine Sarah, 'The Art-Twins of Our Timestretch': Percy Grainger, Frederick Delius and the 1914-1934 American 'Delius Campaign' (Master of Music Thesis, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne, 2015).
  • Robinson, Suzanne (ed), Passions of a Mighty Heart: Selected Letters of G.W.L. Marshall-Hall, Melbourne: Lyrebird Press Australia. 2015.
  • Percy Grainger in the Company of Strangers (exhibition catalogue,The Gallery @ Bayside Arts and Cultural Centre, 2015).

2014


2013


  • Allison, Brian (ed.) and Jennifer Hill (assoc. ed.), Hoardings: exceptional, exotic and commonplace, Melbourne: University of Melbourne, 2013.

    Contributors: Brian Allison, David Beauchamp, Patricia Begg, Georgina Binns, Warren Burt, Jo-Anne Cooper, Jon Drews, Kay Dreyfus, Malcolm Gillies, Percy Aldridge Grainger,Daniel Grimley, Derham Groves, Robyn Healy, Jennifer Hill, Astrid Britt Krautschneider, Roger Leong, Desmond MacAuley, Ros McMillan, Sophie Matthiesson, David Pear, Michael Piggott, John Poynter, Thérèse Radic, Chalon Ragsdale, Glenn Riddle, Julie Robinson, Kerrianne Stone, Monica Syrette, Peter Tregear, Ian Watchorn.

  • Bellio, Natalie, Percy Grainger and new worlds of concert pianism : a study of repertoire and programming (1914-1926) (Master of Music Thesis, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music,University of Melbourne, 2013).
  • Collins, Sarah,The aesthetic life of Cyril Scott, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press, 2013.

2012


2011


  • Bellio, Natalie, '"The Forgotten Teacher": The piano teaching of Percy Grainger at the Chicago Musical College 1919 – 1931', paper delivered at the Musicological Society of Australia (Victorian Chapter) conference, University of Melbourne, August 2011.
  • Bellio, Natalie, The piano teaching of Percy Grainger at the Chicago Musical College 1919-1931, Honours Thesis, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne,  2011.
  • Doggett, Anne and Gwyn Gillard, See How They Ring! Travelling Bellringers on the Australasian Popular Stage,
    Ballarat: BHS Publishing, 2011.
  • Gillies, Malcolm, 'Percy Grainger: Australia's Greatest Composer?', lecture presented at Gresham College, London, Monday 11 July 2011.
  • Gillies, Malcolm, 'Grainger, early music, democracy and freedom', Grainger Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, no 1, 2011, pp. 21-33.
  • Groves, Derham, 'Some similarities between the feng-shui of Chinese joss houses in Australia and postmodern architecture', Grainger Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, no 1, 2011, pp. 55-73.
  • Kakinuma, Toshie, 'Percy Grainger and African American / American Indian music', paper delivered at the Percy Grainger Music Festival symposium, Tokyo, November 2011.
  • Krautschneider, Astrid Britt, '"Seeing things in my Australian way":  Percy Grainger and the Grainger Museum at the University of Melbourne', paper delivered at the Percy Grainger Music Festival symposium, Tokyo, November 2011.
  • Nelson, Kathleen E., 'Percy Grainger and the "'Musical Confucius"', Musicology Australia, vol. 33, no. 1, June 2011, pp. 15–27.
  • Nemec, Belinda, ''Let the genius be presented whole, as life made & moulded him': The Grainger Museum at the University of Melbourne', Museums Australia Magazine, vol. 19, no. 4, May 2011, pp. 31-2.
  • Peoples, Sharon, 'Dress, moral reform and masculinity in Australia', Grainger Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, no 1, 2011, pp. 115-35.
  • Piggott, Michael, 'Brief biography and the "all-round man"', Grainger Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, no 1, 2011, pp. 5-20.
  • Pinner, Mark, 'Racial stereotypes as comedic mechanism: Luscombe Searelle and Walter Parke', Grainger Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, no 1, 2011, pp. 35-54
  • Purtell, Simon, '"A souvenir of my deep interest in your future achievements": The "Melba Gift" and
    issues of performing pitch in early 20th-century Melbourne', Grainger Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, no 1, 2011, pp. 75-95.
  • Ragsdale, Chalon, 'Percy Grainger's contributions to the art and science of collecting folk song', paper delivered at the Percy Grainger Music Festivalsymposium, Tokyo, November 2011.
  • Robinson, Suzanne, 'Percy Grainger and Henry Cowell: concurrences between two "Hyper-Moderns"', in Musical Quarterly, vol 94, no 3, 2011, pp. 278-324.
  • Stanley, Peter, 'The Grainger Museum', reCollections, vol 6, no 2, October 2011.
  • Taplin, Peter, 'Percy Grainger's hall of mirrors', Limelight Magazine, June 2011, pp. 30-5.
  • Thwaites, Penelope, 'Percy Grainger, the man' keynote speech delivered at the Percy Grainger Music Festival symposium, Tokyo, November 2011.
  • Tregear, Peter, '"Nostalgia is not what it used to be": Exploring the kitsch in Grainger's music, Grainger Studies: An
    Interdisciplinary Journal,
    no 1, 2011, pp. 97-113.
  • Williamson, Michael, 'Grainger does a Cakewalk: A study of Ragtime in Europe and Percy Grainger's "In Dahomey: Cakewalk Smasher"', paper delivered at the Musicological Society of Australia (Victorian Chapter) conference, University of Melbourne, August 2011.

2010


  • Balough, Teresa (ed.), Comrades in art: The correspondence of Ronald Stevenson and Percy Grainger, 1957-61, with interviews, essays and other writings on Grainger by Ronald Stevenson, London: Toccata Press, 2010.
  • Fabrikant, Harold (ed., translator and annotator), The harmony of the soul: Sigfrid Karg-Elert's letters "to his Australian friends ", Caulfield: H. Fabrikant, 2010.
  • Gillies, Malcolm, 'Grainger: 50 Years On', keynote speech delivered at the 'Let Us Sit in Wait No Longer': Future Directions in Percy Grainger Scholarship, Performance and Interpretation symposium, University of Melbourne,16 October 2010.
  • Maloney, Shane, 'Encounters: Percy Grainger and Edvard Greig', The Monthly, February 2010, p. 74.
  • Syrette, Monica, 'One man's Taste: Percy Grainger's "Aims of the Museum"', International Journal of the Arts in Society, vol. 5,Issue 4, pp.191-8.
  • Thwaites, Penelope (ed.), The New Percy Grainger Companion, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Boydell Press.

    Contributors: Brian Allison, Teresa Balough, Roger Covell, Kay Dreyfus, Lewis Foreman, Paul Jackson, James Judd, James Koehne, Astrid Britt Krautschneider, Barry Peter Ould, Stewart Manville, Murray Mclachlan, Timothy Reynish, Bruce Clunies Ross, Desmond Scott, Peter Sculthorpe, Geoffrey Simon, Ronald Stevenson, Stephen Varcoe, David Walker.

2009


  • Collins, Sarah Siobhan, The Development of Cyril Scott's Aesthetic Thinking: An Interpretation Informed by Literary and Biographical Sources (PhD Thesis, School of Music, The University of Queensland, 2009).
  • Martin, Ruth Lee, 'Grainger's settings of the Gaelic folk song Mo Nighean Dubh (My Dark-Haired Girl)', paper delivered at the 32nd National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, University of Newcastle, September 2009.
  • Mercer, Christine, 'Henry Tate (1873–1926): 'The Australian' (1914–17)', paper delivered at the 32nd National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, University of Newcastle, September 2009.
  • Nemec, Belinda, 'The paradox of collecting the other: Percy Grainger's collecting of non-western cultures'. Paper delivered at Crossing cultures: Conflict, migration, convergence, 32nd Congress of the International Committee of History of Art, Melbourne, 17 January 2008, published in Jaynie Anderson (ed.), Crossing cultures: Conflict, migration and convergence: The proceedings of the 32nd International Congress of the History of Art,
    Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Publishing, 2009, pp. 995–1000.
  • Smith, Joseph, 'Grieg, Grainger, Bartok: Seeking the hidden harmonies of folk music', paper delivered at the Grieg Festival, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, January 2009.
  • Syrette, Monica, 'Introducing Percy Grainger: Musician, designer, innovator', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 5, November 2009, pp. 44-6.

2008


  • Carruthers, Glen, 'Percy Grainger: Another nincompoop, like Sir Thomas Beecham?', paper delivered at the 31st National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, The University of Melbourne, December 2008.
  • Collins, Sarah, 'Symbolism and Theosophy in the Music-Philosophy of Cyril Scott', paper delivered at the 31st National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, The University of Melbourne, December 2008.
  • Garofalo, Robert J., (ed.), Wind band/ensemble anthology folk songs & dances in wind band classics, vol. 4: Folk songs & dances in Lincolnshire Posy by Percy Grainger, Silver Spring MD:  Whirlwind Music Publications,
    2008.
  • Bandt, Ros, 'Hearing the Free Music: Percy Grainger, Australian Vivsionary of the Soundscape, Creator of Electro-Acoustic Free Music and Sound Machines', Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology, vol. 8, no. 1, Fall / Winter 2008, pp. 9-13.
  • Carruthers, Glen, 'Percy Grainger's Canadian Repertoire', Institute for Canadian Music Newsletter, vol. 6, no. 1, 2008, pp. 2-4.
  • Soundscape, Vol 8. No 1. http://wfae.proscenia.net/journal/scape_13.pdf.

2007


  • Symposium: Percy Grainger at 125, 7 December 2007.
  • Allison, Brian, 'John Harry Grainger: Architect and civil engineer', in University of Melbourne Collections, issue 1, November 2007, pp. 38-45.
  • Allison, Brian (ed.), John Harry Grainger: Architect and Civil Engineer, Melbourne: University of Melbourne, 2007.
    Contributors: Brian Allison, George Tibbits, Susan Reidy, Astrid Britt Krautschneider, Belinda Nemec, John Maidment.
  • Gillies, Malcolm and David Pear, 'Percy Grainger: Grieg's interpreter and propagator', paper delivered at the Beyond Grieg - Edvard Grieg and his Diverse Influences on Music of the 20th and 21st Centuriesconference, Bergen Art Museum, May-June 2007.
  • Gillies, Malcolm and David Pear, 'Percy Grainger and American Nordicism', in Julie Brown (ed.), Western music and race, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007, pp. 115–24.
  • Gillies, Malcolm and David Pear, 'Grieg and Grainger: Great expectations', Musical Times, no. 148, Autumn 2007, pp. 5-24.
  • Grimley, Daniel , 'Taken into the mountains: Grieg, Grainger and the idea of landscape', paper delivered at the Beyond Grieg - Edvard Grieg and his Diverse Influences on Music of the 20th and 21st Centuriesconference, Bergen Art Museum, May-June 2007.
  • Nemec, Belinda, ' "I am hungry for fame-after-death": Percy Grainger's quest for immortality through his museum', ReCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia, vol. 2, no. 2, September 2007.
  • Nemec, Belinda, '"Twin halves of a cultural whole": The modern and the 'primitive' in the collecting and creativity of Percy Grainger', paper delivered at Imperial curiosity: Objects, representations, knowledges, conference held by the
    Centre for Colonialism and its aftermath, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 27-29 June 2007.
  • Pear, David, 'Presenting Percy: Problems with the source materials of Percy Grainger', paper presented at the International Association Of Music Libraries, Archives And Documentation Centres Conference, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, July 2007.
  • Piggott, Michael, 'Human behaviour and the making of records and archives', Archives and Social Studies: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, vol. 1, no. 0, March 2007, pp. 237-57.

2006


2005


2004


2003


  • Bearman, C.J. 'The Folk-Song Society and the Phonograph', Music & Letters Vol. 84, No. 3 (Aug., 2003), pp. 434-455.
  • Dawkes, Bryony Jane, 'Race, Sex, Athletics and Art: Percy Grainger's Towelling Utopia' (Masters thesis, University of Birmingham, 2003).
  • Kane, Barbara, Nature's instrument: 150 years of amateur choral music in Melbourne: Royal Melbourne Philharmonic and Royal Victorian Liedertafel (exhibition catalogue, Grainger Museum and Baillieu Library, 2003).
  • Mercer, Christine Mary, ''A Cinderella of the arts': The life of Henry Tate (1873-1926) and a preliminary music catalogue of his works' (MMus thesis, Australian Catholic University, 2003).
  • Palmer, Tony, 'The accidental wunderkammer: Decorative arts and curiosities from the Grainger Collection', University of Melbourne Library Journal, vol. 8, nos 1-2, July 2003, pp. 8-10.
  • Pear, David, 'The passions of Percy', Meanjin, vol. 62, no. 2, 2003, pp. 59–66.
  • Wong, Maria Goretti, 'Percy Grainger's promotion of early music to Australian audiences in 1934: A critical evaluation' (MMus thesis, University of Melbourne, 2003).

2002


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1996


1995


  • Bandt, Ros, 'Grainger's free music and free music machines: A living tradition', Sounds Australian, no. 46, Winter 1995, pp. 4–9.
  • Carruthers, Glen, 'Percy Grainger and Louise McDowell', Grainger Society Journal, vol. 13, no. 1, 1995, pp. 17-31.
  • Dreyfus, Kay, Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne, catalogue 4: Percy Grainger Music Collection, part three: supplementary list and index: music by Percy Aldridge Grainger vol 2 (Grainger Museum, 1995).
  • Gillies, Malcolm, 'Percy Grainger and Australian identity: The 1930s', in Nicholas Brown et al. (eds),
    One hand on the manuscript: Music in Australian cultural history, 1930–1960 (Australian National University, 1995) pp. 34–44.
  • Wrobel, Elinor, Percy Grainger's gift to the land of his birth: A strange heterogeneous treasure hoard-house (exhibition catalogue, Grainger Museum, 1995).

1994


1993


1992


1991

  • Clunies Ross, Bruce, 'For the glory of Australian music, for the glory of Nordic music', Australian studies, no. 5, 1991, pp. 36–49.
  • Hurlston, David, 'A catalogue of Percy Grainger's Free Music Machine drawings', Post Grad.Dip. thesis, University of Melbourne, School of Fine Arts, Classical Studies and Archaeology, 1991. Copy held in the Elisabeth Murdoch Research Library, School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne.
  • Lewis, Thomas P. (ed.) A source guide to the music of Percy Grainger (Pro/Am Music Resources, 1991).
  • Wrobel, Elinor, Formative years of Percy Grainger: Baby and child(exhibition catalogue, Grainger Museum, 1991). Exhibition catalogue.

1990

1989


  • Binns, Georgina, Women composers: A guide to resources in the Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne (Grainger Museum, 1989).

1988

1986

  • Clunies Ross, Bruce, 'Percy Grainger's "Nordic revolt against civilization"', Musicology Australia, vol. 9, 1986, pp. 53–65.
  • Cross, Burnett. 'Grainger Free Music Machine', Recorded Sound: Journal of the British Institute of Recorded Sound, N0. 45-46, January-April 1972. pp. 17-21. Reprinted in The Grainger Society Journal, Vol. 8, No. 1, Spring 1986.
  • Dorum, Eileen, Percy Grainger: The man behind the music (I.C. & E.E. Dorum; Gardner Printing, c1986).

1985


1984


1983


  • Clifford, Phil, Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne, catalogue 2: Percy Grainger Music Collection part 2: Grainger's collection of music by other composers(Grainger Museum, 1983).
  • Porter, James. 'Bartók and Grainger: Some Correspondences and a Hypothesis' Studia Musicologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, T. 25, Fasc. 1/4 (1983), pp. 221- 228.
  • Simon, Robert, Percy Grainger: The pictorial biography (Whitston Publishing, 1983).
  • Wrobel, Elinor, Percy Grainger (exhibition catalogue, Newcastle Regional Gallery, 1983).

1982


1980


  • Anderson, Peter James, 'The innovative music of Percy Grainger: An examination of the origins and development of free music' (MMus thesis, University of Melbourne, 1980).
  • Dreyfus, Kay, Percy Grainger's Kipling settings: A study of the manuscript sources (Music monograph 3, University of Western Australia, 1980).

1979


  • O'Brien, Jane, 'Percy Grainger: English folk song and the Grainger English folk song collections (PhD thesis, La Trobe University, 1979).
  • Percy Grainger & the arts of the Pacific (exhibition catalogue, Grainger Museum, 1979).

1978


1977


  • Balough, Teresa, 'Kipling and Grainger', Studies in music (no.11, 1977) pp. 74–108.

1976


1975


1974


1972


  • Tan, Margaret Hee-Leng, 'Free Music of Percy Grainger' in Recorded Sound: Journal of the British Institute of Recorded Sound, N0. 45-46, January-April 1972. pp. 21-38.

1971


1970


  • Thacker, Eric Charles, 'George Percy Grainger (1882-1961), professionally known as Percy Aldridge Grainger: A biographical estimate' (PhD thesis, University of Melbourne, 1970).

1968


  • Cross, Lowell. 'Electronic Music, 1948-1953', Perspectives of New Music, Vol. 7, No. 1 (Autumn - Winter, 1968), pp. 32-65.

1962


  • Willetts, Pamela J.  'An Autograph Manuscript of Percy Grainger' The British Museum Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 1/2 (Mar., 1962), pp. 18-19.

1957


  • Grainger, Percy. 'Edvard Grieg: A Tribute', The Musical Times, Vol. 98, No. 1375 (Sep., 1957), pp. 482-483.

1955


  • Goldman, Richard Franko. 'Percy Grainger's 'Free Music''. The Julliard Review,  II, No. 3, Fall, 1955. pp. 37-47.  Reprinted in The Grainger Society Journal, Vol. 8, No. 1, Spring 1986.

1949


  • Grainger, Percy. 'The Saxophone's Business in the Band.', The Instrumentalist 4 (September – October 1949), 6-7.

1942


  • Grainger, Percy. 'The Culturizing Possibilities of the Instrumentally Supplemented "A Cappella" Choir', The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 2 (Apr., 1942), pp. 160-173.

1940


  • 'Old Phonograph Records Get Back Their Voices', The Science News-Letter, Vol. 38, No. 16, Fall Book Number (Oct. 19, 1940), pp. 243- 244.

1937


  • Hughes, Charles W., 'Percy Grainger, Cosmopolitan Composer', The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 2 (Apr., 1937), pp. 127-136.

1934


  • Grainger, Percy. 'A Synopsis of Twelve Illustrated Lectures by Percy Grainger: A Commonsense View of all Music'. Australian Broadcasting Commission, December, 1934.

1933


  • Grainger, Percy. 'Arnold Dolmetsch: Musical Confucius', The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 2 (Apr., 1933), pp. 187-198.
  • Grainger, Percy. 'Melody versus Rhythm', in Music News, issue for 29 Sept. 1933, p. 9.

1927


  • Grainger, Percy. 'The Orchestra for Australia.', The Australian Musical News (March 1, 1927), 11.

1924


  • Grainger, Percy. 'What Effect is Jazz Likely to Have Upon the Music of the Future?', The Etude 62/9 (September 1924), 593-4.

1918


  • Grainger, Percy. 'Possibilities of the Concert Wind Band from the Standpoint of a Modern Composer.', Metronome Orchestra Monthly 34/11 (November 1918), 22-3.

1916


  • Sapir, E. 'Percy Grainger and Primitive Music', American Anthropologist, New Series, Vol. 18, No. 4, (Oct. - Dec., 1916), pp. 592-597.

1915


  • Grainger, Percy. 'The Impress of Personality on Unwritten Music.' in The Musical Quarterly, I (1915), pp. 416-435.

1908


  • Grainger, Percy. 'Collecting with the Phonograph' Journal of the Folk-Song Society, Vol. 3, No. 12 (May, 1908), pp. 147-162.
  • Grainger, Percy. 'The Impress of Personality in Traditional Singing', Journal of the Folk-Song Society, Vol. 3, No. 12 (May, 1908), pp. 163-166.

1907


  • Grainger, Percy. 'Personal Recollections of Grieg', The Musical Times, Vol. 48, No. 777 (Nov. 1, 1907), p. 720.
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  • Allison, Brian (ed.) and Jennifer Hill (assoc. ed.), Hoardings: exceptional, exotic and commonplace, Melbourne: University of Melbourne, 2013.

    Contributors: Brian Allison, David Beauchamp, Patricia Begg, Georgina Binns, Warren Burt, Jo-Anne Cooper, Jon Drews, Kay Dreyfus, Malcolm Gillies, Percy Aldridge Grainger,Daniel Grimley, Derham Groves, Robyn Healy, Jennifer Hill, Astrid Britt Krautschneider, Roger Leong, Desmond MacAuley, Ros McMillan, Sophie Matthiesson, David Pear, Michael Piggott, John Poynter, Thérèse Radic, Chalon Ragsdale, Glenn Riddle, Julie Robinson, Kerrianne Stone, Monica Syrette, Peter Tregear, Ian Watchorn.
  • Bellio, Natalie, Percy Grainger and new worlds of concert pianism : a study of repertoire and programming (1914-1926) (Master of Music Thesis, Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, University of Melbourne,  2013).

2012

2011

2010

2009

  • Collins, Sarah Siobhan, The Development of Cyril Scott's Aesthetic Thinking: An Interpretation Informed by Literary and Biographical Sources (PhD Thesis, School of Music, The University of Queensland, 2009).
  • Martin, Ruth Lee, 'Grainger's settings of the Gaelic folk song Mo Nighean Dubh (My Dark-Haired Girl)', paper delivered at the 32nd National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, University of Newcastle, September 2009.
  • Mercer, Christine, 'Henry Tate (1873–1926): 'The Australian' (1914–17)', paper delivered at the 32nd National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, University of Newcastle, September 2009.
  • Nemec, Belinda, 'The paradox of collecting the other: Percy Grainger's collecting of non-western cultures'. Paper delivered at Crossing cultures: Conflict, migration, convergence, 32nd Congress of the International Committee of History of Art, Melbourne, 17 January 2008, published in Jaynie Anderson (ed.), Crossing cultures: Conflict, migration and convergence: The proceedings of the 32nd International Congress of the History of Art, Carlton, Vic.: Melbourne University Publishing, 2009, pp. 995–1000.
  • Smith, Joseph, 'Grieg, Grainger, Bartok: Seeking the hidden harmonies of folk music', paper delivered at the Grieg Festival, Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida, January 2009.
  • Syrette, Monica, 'Introducing Percy Grainger: Musician, designer, innovator', University of Melbourne Collections, issue 5, November 2009, pp. 44-6.

2008

  • Carruthers, Glen, 'Percy Grainger: Another nincompoop, like Sir Thomas Beecham?', paper delivered at the 31st National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, The University of Melbourne, December 2008.
  • Collins, Sarah, 'Symbolism and Theosophy in the Music-Philosophy of Cyril Scott', paper delivered at the 31st National Conference of the Musicological Society of Australia, The University of Melbourne, December 2008.
  • Garofalo, Robert J., (ed.), Wind band/ensemble anthology folk songs & dances in wind band classics, vol. 4: Folk songs & dances in Lincolnshire Posy by Percy Grainger, Silver Spring MD:  Whirlwind Music Publications, 2008.
  • Bandt, Ros, 'Hearing the Free Music: Percy Grainger, Australian Vivsionary of the Soundscape, Creator of Electro-Acoustic Free Music and Sound Machines', Soundscape: The Journal of Acoustic Ecology, vol. 8, no. 1, Fall / Winter 2008, pp. 9-13.
  • Carruthers, Glen, 'Percy Grainger's Canadian Repertoire', Institute for Canadian Music Newsletter, vol. 6, no. 1, 2008, pp. 2-4.
  • Soundscape, Vol 8. No 1. http://wfae.proscenia.net/journal/scape_13.pdf

2007

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  • Symposium: Percy Grainger at 125, 7 December 2007.
  • Allison, Brian, 'John Harry Grainger: Architect and civil engineer', in University of Melbourne Collections, issue 1, November 2007, pp. 38-45.
  • Allison, Brian (ed.), John Harry Grainger: Architect and Civil Engineer, Melbourne: University of Melbourne, 2007.
    Contributors: Brian Allison, George Tibbits, Susan Reidy, Astrid Britt Krautschneider, Belinda Nemec, John Maidment.
  • Gillies, Malcolm and David Pear, 'Percy Grainger: Grieg's interpreter and propagator', paper delivered at the Beyond Grieg - Edvard Grieg and his Diverse Influences on Music of the 20th and 21st Centuriesconference, Bergen Art Museum, May-June 2007.
  • Gillies, Malcolm and David Pear, 'Percy Grainger and American Nordicism', in Julie Brown (ed.), Western music and race, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007, pp. 115–24.
  • Gillies, Malcolm and David Pear, 'Grieg and Grainger: Great expectations', Musical Times, no. 148, Autumn 2007, pp. 5-24.
  • Grimley, Daniel , 'Taken into the mountains: Grieg, Grainger and the idea of landscape', paper delivered at the Beyond Grieg - Edvard Grieg and his Diverse Influences on Music of the 20th and 21st Centuriesconference, Bergen Art Museum, May-June 2007.
  • Nemec, Belinda, ' "I am hungry for fame-after-death": Percy Grainger's quest for immortality through his museum', ReCollections: Journal of the National Museum of Australia, vol. 2, no. 2, September 2007.
  • Nemec, Belinda, '"Twin halves of a cultural whole": The modern and the 'primitive' in the collecting and creativity of Percy Grainger', paper delivered at Imperial curiosity: Objects, representations, knowledges, conference held by the Centre for Colonialism and its aftermath, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 27-29 June 2007.
  • Pear, David, 'Presenting Percy: Problems with the source materials of Percy Grainger', paper presented at the International Association Of Music Libraries, Archives And Documentation Centres Conference, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, July 2007.
  • Piggott, Michael, 'Human behaviour and the making of records and archives', Archives and Social Studies: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Research, vol. 1, no. 0, March 2007, pp. 237-57.

2006

2005

2004

2003

  • Bearman, C.J. 'The Folk-Song Society and the Phonograph', Music & Letters
    Vol. 84, No. 3 (Aug., 2003), pp. 434-455
  • Dawkes, Bryony Jane, 'Race, Sex, Athletics and Art: Percy Grainger's Towelling Utopia' (Masters thesis, University of Birmingham, 2003).
  • Kane, Barbara, Nature's instrument: 150 years of amateur choral music in Melbourne: Royal Melbourne Philharmonic and Royal Victorian Liedertafel (exhibition catalogue, Grainger Museum and Baillieu Library, 2003).
  • Mercer, Christine Mary, ''A Cinderella of the arts': The life of Henry Tate (1873-1926) and a preliminary music catalogue of his works' (MMus thesis, Australian Catholic University, 2003).
  • Palmer, Tony, 'The accidental wunderkammer: Decorative arts and curiosities from the Grainger Collection', University of Melbourne Library Journal, vol. 8, nos 1-2, July 2003, pp. 8-10.
  • Pear, David, 'The passions of Percy', Meanjin, vol. 62, no. 2, 2003, pp. 59–66
  • Wong, Maria Goretti, 'Percy Grainger's promotion of early music to Australian audiences in 1934: A critical evaluation' (MMus thesis, University of Melbourne, 2003).

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998

1997

1996

1995

  • Bandt, Ros, 'Grainger's free music and free music machines: A living tradition', Sounds Australian, no. 46, Winter 1995, pp. 4–9.
  • Carruthers, Glen, 'Percy Grainger and Louise McDowell', Grainger Society Journal, vol. 13, no. 1, 1995, pp. 17-31.
  • Dreyfus, Kay, Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne, catalogue 4: Percy Grainger Music Collection, part three: supplementary list and index: music by Percy Aldridge Grainger vol 2 (Grainger Museum, 1995).
  • Gillies, Malcolm, 'Percy Grainger and Australian identity: The 1930s', in Nicholas Brown et al. (eds), One hand on the manuscript: Music in Australian cultural history, 1930–1960 (Australian National University, 1995) pp. 34–44.
  • Wrobel, Elinor, Percy Grainger's gift to the land of his birth: A strange heterogeneous treasure hoard-house (exhibition catalogue, Grainger Museum, 1995).

1994

1993

1992

1990

1989

  • Binns, Georgina, Women composers: A guide to resources in the Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne (Grainger Museum, 1989).

1988

1986

  • Clunies Ross, Bruce, 'Percy Grainger's "Nordic revolt against civilization"', Musicology Australia, vol. 9, 1986, pp. 53–65.
  • Cross, Burnett. 'Grainger Free Music Machine', Recorded Sound: Journal of the British Institute of Recorded Sound, N0. 45-46, January-April 1972. pp. 17-21. Reprinted in The Grainger Society Journal, Vol. 8, No. 1, Spring 1986.
  • Dorum, Eileen, Percy Grainger: The man behind the music (I.C. & E.E. Dorum; Gardner Printing, c1986).

1985

1984

1983

  • Clifford, Phil, Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne, catalogue 2: Percy Grainger Music Collection part 2: Grainger's collection of music by other composers(Grainger Museum, 1983).
  • Porter, James. 'Bartók and Grainger: Some Correspondences and a Hypothesis' Studia Musicologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, T. 25, Fasc. 1/4 (1983), pp. 221- 228
  • Simon, Robert, Percy Grainger: The pictorial biography (Whitston Publishing, 1983).
  • Wrobel, Elinor, Percy Grainger (exhibition catalogue, Newcastle Regional Gallery, 1983).

1982

1980

  • Anderson, Peter James, 'The innovative music of Percy Grainger: An examination of the origins and development of free music' (MMus thesis, University of Melbourne, 1980).
  • Dreyfus, Kay, Percy Grainger's Kipling settings: A study of the manuscript sources (Music monograph 3, University of Western Australia, 1980).

1979

  • O'Brien, Jane, 'Percy Grainger: English folk song and the Grainger English folk song collections (PhD thesis, La Trobe University, 1979).
  • Percy Grainger & the arts of the Pacific (exhibition catalogue, Grainger Museum, 1979).

1978

1977

  • Balough, Teresa, 'Kipling and Grainger', Studies in music (no.11, 1977) pp. 74–108.

1976

1975

1974

1972

  • Tan, Margaret Hee-Leng, 'Free Music of Percy Grainger' in Recorded Sound: Journal of the British Institute of Recorded Sound, N0. 45-46, January-April 1972. pp. 21-38.

1971

1970

  • Thacker, Eric Charles, 'George Percy Grainger (1882-1961), professionally known as Percy Aldridge Grainger: A biographical estimate' (PhD thesis, University of Melbourne, 1970).

1968

  • Cross, Lowell. 'Electronic Music, 1948-1953', Perspectives of New Music, Vol. 7, No. 1 (Autumn - Winter, 1968), pp. 32-65

1962

  • Willetts, Pamela J.  'An Autograph Manuscript of Percy Grainger' The British Museum Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 1/2 (Mar., 1962), pp. 18-19

1957

  • Grainger, Percy. 'Edvard Grieg: A Tribute', The Musical Times, Vol. 98, No. 1375 (Sep., 1957), pp. 482-483

1955

  • Goldman, Richard Franko. 'Percy Grainger's 'Free Music''. The Julliard Review,  II, No. 3, Fall, 1955. pp. 37-47.  Reprinted in The Grainger Society Journal, Vol. 8, No. 1, Spring 1986

1949

  • Grainger, Percy. 'The Saxophone's Business in the Band.', The Instrumentalist 4 (September – October 1949), 6-7.

1942

  • Grainger, Percy. 'The Culturizing Possibilities of the Instrumentally Supplemented "A Cappella" Choir', The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 2 (Apr., 1942), pp. 160-173

1940

  • 'Old Phonograph Records Get Back Their Voices', The Science News-Letter, Vol. 38, No. 16, Fall Book Number (Oct. 19, 1940), pp. 243- 244

1937

  • Hughes, Charles W., 'Percy Grainger, Cosmopolitan Composer', The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 23, No. 2 (Apr., 1937), pp. 127-136

1934

  • Grainger, Percy. 'A Synopsis of Twelve Illustrated Lectures by Percy Grainger: A Commonsense View of all Music'. Australian Broadcasting Commission, December, 1934

1933

  • Grainger, Percy. 'Arnold Dolmetsch: Musical Confucius', The Musical Quarterly, Vol. 19, No. 2 (Apr., 1933), pp. 187-198
  • Grainger, Percy. 'Melody versus Rhythm', in Music News, issue for 29 Sept. 1933, p. 9

1927

  • Grainger, Percy. 'The Orchestra for Australia.', The Australian Musical News (March 1, 1927), 11.

1924

  • Grainger, Percy. 'What Effect is Jazz Likely to Have Upon the Music of the Future?', The Etude 62/9 (September 1924), 593-4

1918

  • Grainger, Percy. 'Possibilities of the Concert Wind Band from the Standpoint of a Modern Composer.', Metronome Orchestra Monthly34/11 (November 1918), 22-3.

1916

  • Sapir, E. 'Percy Grainger and Primitive Music', American Anthropologist, New Series, Vol. 18, No. 4, (Oct. - Dec., 1916), pp. 592-597

1915

  • Grainger, Percy. 'The Impress of Personality on Unwritten Music.' in The Musical Quarterly, I (1915), pp. 416-435

1908

  • Grainger, Percy. 'Collecting with the Phonograph' Journal of the Folk-Song Society, Vol. 3, No. 12 (May, 1908), pp. 147-162
  • Grainger, Percy. 'The Impress of Personality in Traditional Singing', Journal of the Folk-Song Society, Vol. 3, No. 12 (May, 1908), pp. 163-166

1907

  • Grainger, Percy. 'Personal Recollections of Grieg', The Musical Times, Vol. 48, No. 777 (Nov. 1, 1907), p. 720