Richards, Rosemary. ‘“To Display Her Chief Accomplishment”: Domestic Manuscript Music Collections in Colonial Australia’. In Performing History: Approaches to History across Musicology, edited by Nancy November. Brookline, Mass.: Academic Studies Press, 2020.
———. ‘Georgiana McCrae and Her “Favorite” Music’. La Trobeana, 19, no. 2 (July 2020): 13–20. Accessed 17 March 2021. https://www.latrobesociety.org.au/LaTrobeana/LaTrobeanaV19n2.pdf; https://www.latrobesociety.org.au/latrobeana#Y2020.
———. ‘John Wilson and Scottish Song’. In re-Visions: Proceedings of the New Zealand Musicological Society and the Musicological Society of Australia Joint Conference hosted by the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand between 2nd and 4th December 2010, edited by Marian Poole, 171–85. Dunedin, N.Z.: New Zealand Music Industry Centre, 2013. Accessed 17 March 2021. http://msa.org.au/edit/conference_pdfs/Proceedings%20re-
———. ‘A Resounding Success’. In Don’t Ever Let Them Get You, by George Dreyfus, 81–96. Melbourne, Vic.: Black Pepper, 2009.
———. ‘Frae the friends and Land I love’: The ‘McCrae Homestead Music Book’. Box Hill North, Vic.: R. Richards, 2005. A musical and biographical analysis of the favourite music of Georgiana Huntly Gordon McCrae from one of her four manuscript music collections.
———. ‘Wanting to Have Number 3’. In Who’d be a Mother? edited by Carolyne Lee and Susan Burke, 103–8. Sydney, N.S.W.: Angus & Robertson, 1990.
Memories of Musical Lives: Music and Dance in Personal Music Collections from Australia and New Zealand, ed. Rosemary Richards and Julja Szuster (Melbourne: Lyrebird Press, forthcoming).
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