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Matsumoto, Naomi. 2016. "Ghost Writing”: an Exploration of Presence and Absence in Lucia di Lammermoor (1835)’. Word and Music Studies, 15, pp. 63-84. ISSN 1566-0958 [Article]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2012. Instrumental Music and the Industrial Revolution. Ad Parnassum: Journal of 18th and 19th century Instrumental Music, 10(20), [Article]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2012. Liner notes to Quintetto Vocale Italiano, Gesualdo. Gesualdo Six Books of Madrigals for 5 Voices, [Article]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2011. Pio Enea degli Obizzi and the Opera Torneo Genre – Towards an Understanding of the Commercialisation of Early Italian Opera’. The Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan, lvii(1), pp. 56-68. ISSN 00302597 [Article]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2010. Englishness and Burlesque on the London Stage: the Case of The Dragon of Wantley. The Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan, 55(2), pp. 97-110. [Article]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2009. The dating of MS, GB-Lcm: n. 927, The Dragon of Wantley. The Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan, 54(1), pp. 75-77. [Article]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2008. The Identity of the librettist of Monteverdi’s Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria. The Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan, 53(2), pp. 134-137. [Article]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2008. Motoo Ohtaguro interviews Prokofiev. Three Oranges: the Journal of the Sergey Prokofiev Foundation, 15, pp. 9-13. [Article]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2006. An anonymous setting of L’Ospedale and the question of an “asylum opera” genre. The Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan, pp. 45-61. [Article]

Book Section

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2017. Giovanni Vittorio Rosi's Musical Theatre: Opera, Operetta and the Westernisation of Modern Japan. In: Clair Rowden and Michela Niccolai, eds. Musical Theatre in Europe 1830-1945. Turnout: Brepols. ISBN 978-2-503-57766-1 [Book Section]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2015. Charles Marshall’s “Dioramic” Scenery: Staging Verdi in Victorian London. In: , ed. staging Verdi and Wagner. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 53-80. ISBN 9782503564821 [Book Section]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2014. Michael Costa at the Haymarket: the Establishment of the Modern Role of "The Director of Music". In: Roberto Illiano and Michela Niccolai, eds. Orchestral Conducting in the Nineteenth Century. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 25-60. ISBN 9782503552477 [Book Section]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2014. Nature in Music, Music in Nature: Imitation, Quotation and Representation. In: Naomi Matsumoto and Kazuto Yamamoto, eds. SHIZENGAKU: the Search for a Coming Aesthetic. Kyoto, Japan: Nakanishiya, pp. 124-133. ISBN 9784779507915 [Book Section]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2011. Manacled Freedom: 19th-Century Vocal Improvisation and the Flute-Accompanied Cadenza in Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor. In: Rudolf Rasch, ed. Beyond Notes: Improvisation in Western Music of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Turnhout: Brepols, pp. 295-316. ISBN 978-2503542447 [Book Section]

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2007. 1001 Classical Recordings. In: Matthew Rye, ed. 1001 Classical Recordings. London: Quintessence, 24-34, 38, 42-48, 50-54, 56-59, 62-64. [Book Section]

Conference or Workshop Item

Matsumoto, Naomi. 2002. 'Global Presentations of Madness in Musical Theatres: a Comparative Study of Britten’s Curlew River and Juro Motomasa’s Sumidagawa'. In: Musicology and Globalization: Proceedings of the International Congress. Shizuoka, Japan. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Edited Book

Norton, Barley and Matsumoto, Naomi, eds. 2018. Music as Heritage: Historical and Ethnographic Perspectives. London: Taylor and Francis. ISBN 9781138228047 [Edited Book]

Matsumoto, Naomi, ed. 2015. Staging Verdi and Wagner. Turnhout: Brepols. ISBN 9782503564821 [Edited Book]

Matsumoto, Naomi and Yamamoto, Kazuto, eds. 2014. SHIZENGAKU: the Search for a Coming Aesthetic. Kyoto: Nakanishiya. ISBN 978-4-9907368-0-4 [Edited Book]


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