R e s e a r c h

P u b l i c a t i o n s

  • Presicce, G., & Bailes, F. (2019). Engagement and Visual Imagery in Music Listening: An Exploratory Study. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind and Brain, 29(2-3), 136-155.
     

  • Presicce, G. (2016). Review of Social Psychology of Musicianship by Robert Henley Woody, Sr., Cambridge University Press: . [Book Review]

C o n f e r e n c e   P a p e r s

  • Presicce, G. (2018). ‘Ear to Mind's Eye: Imagery Routes in Piano Music Listening’. ICMPC15/ESCOM10, Graz, Austria, July 2018.
     

  • Presicce, G. (2018). ‘The Influence of Extramusical Information on Visual Imagery in Music Listening’. KOSMOS Workshop, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany, May 2018.
     

  • Presicce, G. (2017). ‘Listening with the Mind's Eye: Visual Imagery in Music Listening’. International Conference on The Image, Venice International University, Venice, Italy, October-November 2017.
     

  • Presicce, G. (2017). ‘Listening with the Mind's Eye: The Role of Visual Imagery in Music Listening’. KOSMOS Dialogue, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany, June 2017.
     

  • Presicce, G. (2017). ‘Exploring the Role of Engagement and Visual Imagery in Music Listening Cultures’. International Conference on Musical Cultures/SEMPRE, University of Hull, UK, April 2017.
     

  • Presicce, G. (2017). ‘Listening with the Mind's Eye: Performers and Listeners' perspectives on Music and Visual Imagery’. RMA/BFE Annual Research Students' Conference, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, January 2017.
     

  • Presicce, G. (2016). ‘Imagery and Piano Accompaniment: Rehearsing with Instrumentalists’. Piano Accompaniment in Practice Symposium, University of Hull, UK, November 2016.
     

  • Presicce, G. (2015). ‘In Search of Common Ground: Music Listening, Engagement and Visual Imagery’. 6th PhD Experience Conference, University of Hull, UK, April 2015.

G u e s t  L e c t u r e s

  • Presicce, G. (2020). ‘Colours to Narratives: Visual Imagery Experiences in Music Listening’. Newland Lecture,
    University of Hull, UK, November 2020.

T h e s i s

  • PhD Dissertation: ‘The Role of Engagement and Visual Imagery in Music Listening’ (2019).
     

  • Master's Dissertation: ‘Topics and Interpretations of Musical Gestures in César Franck’s Les Djinns’ (2014).
     

  • Bachelor's Degree's Dissertation: ‘Tarantella’ (2012).