"Notation and Rhythm in the Medicean Gradual" in Performance Practice: Issues and Approaches, ed. Timothy Watkins. Ann Arbor: Steglein, 2009.
Prosody and Rhythm in the Post-Tridentine Reform of Plainchant
David Huron and Joshua Veltman. "A Cognitive Approach to Medieval Mode: Evidence for an Historical Antecedent to the Major/Minor System." Empirical Musicology Review 1/1 (2006): 33-55.
"Syllable Placement and Metrical Hierarchy in Sixteenth-Century Motets." Computing in Musicology 14 (2006): 73-89.
"Textual and Melodic Accent in Gregorian Chant."
"Mensural Rhythm, Syllable Placement, and Metrical Hierarchy in Sixteenth-Century Polyphony."
"Nightway Yeibichai Songs and the Navajo Worldview"
"The Significance of Music Perception and Cognition for Historical Musicology"
"From Chant to Clausula to Motet: GO"
Textual Accent and Mensural Rhythm in Sixteenth-Century Settings of the "Pater noster"
"Recent Developments in Textual Scholarship and Their Application to Music"
Review of: Jean-Jacques Nattiez, Music and Discourse: Toward a Semiology of Music (1990).
"Strategies for Hearing the First Movement of J. S. Bach's Fifth Brandenburg Concerto"
"The Instrumental Evolution of Stravinsky's Les Noces"
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