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Book Peter Pesic (2022)
Sounding Bodies: Music and the Making of Biomedical Science. (/isis/citation/CBB221059639/) unapi

Book Fabio Bellissima (2022)
La scala musicale: una storia tra matematica e filosofia. (/isis/citation/CBB817825244/) unapi

Article Shannon Draucker (2022)
Music Physiology, Erotic Encounters, and Queer Reading Practices in Teleny. Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 141-172). (/isis/citation/CBB672329835/) unapi

Article Clifford J. Cunningham; Barbara Bacik Case (2021)
The Seven Sisters: a Pleiades cantata. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 345-362). (/isis/citation/CBB437661567/) unapi

Book Edward J. Gillin (2021)
Sound Authorities: Scientific and Musical Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century Britain. (/isis/citation/CBB093436648/) unapi

Thesis Qingfan Jiang (2021)
Toward a Global Enlightenment: Music, Missionaries, and the Construction of a Universal History in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century China and Europe. (/isis/citation/CBB148300362/) unapi

Article Matthias Dörries (2021)
The Art of Listening: Hugo Benioff, Seismology, and Music. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 468-506). (/isis/citation/CBB662662579/) unapi

Article Maurice A. Finocchiaro (2020)
Vincenzo Galilei’s Musicology and Galileo’s Science: Methodological Comparison and Contrast. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 740-758). (/isis/citation/CBB582052194/) unapi

Article Amy Cimini (2020)
We Don’t Know That We Don’t Know What a Body Can Do … , or Spinoza and Some Social Lives of Sonic Material. Intellectual History Review (pp. 465-488). (/isis/citation/CBB839291654/) unapi

Multimedia Object Eamonn Bell; Nick Prior (2020)
Nick Prior, “Popular Music, Digital Technology and Society” (SAGE, 2018). New Books Network Podcast. (/isis/citation/CBB227164127/) unapi

Thesis Mohammad Sadegh Ansari (2020)
Pythagoras in Baghdad: Ṣafī Al-Dīn Al-Urmawī and the Science of Music in the Medieval Islamic World. (/isis/citation/CBB756844660/) unapi

Book Cesare Beltrami; John M. Chowning (2020)
Il suono da Giuseppe Tartini a John M. Chowning. (/isis/citation/CBB918557123/) unapi

Thesis Gabrielle Cornish (2020)
Sounding Socialist, Sounding Modern: Music, Technology, and Everyday Life in the Soviet Union, 1956-1975. (/isis/citation/CBB077352934/) unapi

Article Brenno Boccadoro (2020)
Saturne et la polyphonie. L’humeur noire de la musique au XVIème siècle. Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia (pp. 117-140). (/isis/citation/CBB879935115/) unapi

Book Remi Chiu (2020)
Plague and Music in the Renaissance.. (/isis/citation/CBB850631353/) unapi

Article Werner Friedrich Kümmel (2020)
Die vier Temperamente als Thema der klassischen Musik seit dem 18. Jahrhundert. Medicina nei secoli (pp. 263-294). (/isis/citation/CBB590907413/) unapi

Book David Trippett; Benjamin Walton (2019)
Nineteenth-Century Opera and the Scientific Imagination. (/isis/citation/CBB965706511/) unapi

Article Xu, Chuan (September 2019)
From Sonic Models to Sonic Hooligans: Magnetic Tape and the Unraveling of the Mao-Era Sound Regime, 1958–1983. East Asian Science, Technology and Society: An International Journal (pp. 391-412). (/isis/citation/CBB729484710/) unapi

Book Miranda Anderson; Michael Wheeler (2019)
Distributed Cognition in Medieval and Renaissance Culture. (/isis/citation/CBB003456293/) unapi

Book Alfonso Hernando González (2019)
El papel de la afinación musical en la historia de la ciencia. Música, matemáticas y cambio científico desde los pitagóricos a Francisco Salinas. (/isis/citation/CBB321202703/) unapi


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