- The Singing of the Strasbourg Protestants, 1523-1541 (Farnham: Ashgate, 2015; repr. Routledge: Abingdon, 2016). This book explores the part played by music in the unfolding of the Protestant reforms in Strasbourg. It considers both ecclesiastical and ‘popular’ songs in the city, examining how both genres fitted into people’s lives during this time of strife. Drawing in particular upon a range of sources - including liturgical orders and hymnals, polemical songs, chronicles of the Reformation and text manuscripts - the book explores the methods by which hymns were introduced in Strasbourg churches.
‘Music, Heretics, and Reformers’, in G. McDonald and D. Burn, eds., Music and Theology in the European Reformations (Turnhout: Brepols, 2017). This forthcoming chapter looks at the language used by medieval heretical figures Hus, Wycliffe, and Savonarola, and contrasts it with that used during the Reformation by Luther and others.
(trans. W. Fuhrmann) ‘Religiöse Identitäten in Gesang und Kirchenmusik im Jahrhundert der Reformation’, in W. Fuhrmann, ed., Handbuch der Musik der Renaissance: Das Musikleben der Renaissance (vol. 4) (Laaber, Regensburg: Laaber-Verlag, 2017). A forthcoming book containing this chapter, which contrasts church music in two religiously reforming cities, Strasbourg and Basel.
- ‘Thieves, Drunkard and Womanisers? Perceptions of Church Musicians in Early Reformation Strasbourg’, in A. Noblesse-Rocher and R. G. Hobbs, eds., Bible, histoire et société (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013), pp. 383-399. This essay explores attitudes toward the behaviour and morality of church musicians in Strasbourg during the first half of the sixteenth century, from the point of view of the Protestant reformers.
- ‘The Psalms as a mark of Protestantism: The Introduction of Liturgical Psalm-Singing in Geneva’, Plainsong and Medieval Music, 20, no. 2 (2011), pp. 149-167. This article explores the significance of Genevan reformer Jean Calvin’s interest in the Psalms as theological material, and outlines his views on music and the ways in which his plans for psalm-singing were implemented from the 1540s onwards.
- ‘"May those who know nothing be content to listen": Loys Bourgeois’s Advertissement to the Psalms (1551)’, Reformation and Renaissance Review, 11, no. 3 (2009 [published in 2011]), pp. 333-345. This is a translation of and commentary on the preface to the 1551 Genevan Psalter by the cantor of Geneva, Loys Bourgeois.
Review of T. A. Fudge, The Memory and Motivation of Jan Hus, Medieval Priest and Martyr (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013), Journal of Religious History, 41 (2017) [forthcoming].
Review of Jean Servin, ed. J. Porter, Psalmi Davidis 1579 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2014) and I. His, ed., Dix Pseaumes en forme de motets de Claude Le Jeune, 1564 (Turnhout: Brepols, 2014), published in Early Music, 45 (2017) [forthcoming].
- ‘Venice, Rome, Naples, Ferrara’, Early Music, 45 (February 2017) [forthcoming]. [Review of sacred music by Zarlino, Merulo, Gesualdo, and Victoria.]
- ‘Bach keyboard music’, Early Music, 41 (May 2013), pp. 358-361. [Review of 18 recent recordings of Bach's music on organ and harpsichord.]
- ‘Psalms and Vespers’, Early Music, 40 (November 2012), pp. 705-708. [Review of several recordings of psalms in the Reformed and Roman Catholic traditions of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.]
- Review of J. I. Haug, Der Genfer Psalter in den Niederlanden, Deutschland, England und dem Osmanischen Reich (16.19. Jahrhundert) (Tutzing: Schneder, 2010), published in Music and Letters, 93, no. 1 (2012), pp. 138-140.
- ‘Singing a new song’, Early Music, 38 (May 2010), pp. 282-284. [Review of R. Weeda, Itineraires du psautier huguenot (Turnhout: Brepols, 2009).]