Articles written by Graham Barber:

  • ‘Parallels between the organ chorales of C. Hubert. H. Parry and Max Reger’ in Helmut Loos, Klaus-Peter Koch and Susanne Popp (eds.) Max Reger – ein nationaler oder ein universaler Komponist?, Mitteilungen der internationaler Arbeitsgemeinschaft an der Universität Leipzig, Gudrun Schröder Verlag, Leipzig, 2017, 149-163
  • ‘ “What the crowd requires is mediocrity of the highest order”: original organ composition for organ in England before and after 1864’, Journal of the Royal College of Organists, Volume 8, 2014, 40-53
  • In modo elegiaco: Howells and the Sarabande’ in Phillip A. Cooke and David Maw (eds.) The Music of Herbert Howells, Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, 2013, 240-273
  •  ‘…of more than common worth’: a bicentennial appraisal of Henry Smart (1813-79), Journal of the Royal College of Organists, Volume 7, 2013, 24-43
  • ‘The use of organs in English hymnody from the Reformation to the present day’, Journal of the Royal College of Organists, Volume 2, 2008, 47-63
  • ‘Recording the first published organ works of Henry Smart (1813-1879) on the 1882 John Nicholson Organ at St. Christoforuskerk, Schagen’, The Organ Yearbook XXXV, Laaber, 2006, 134 -144
  • ‘The Use of Psalm-Tunes, Hymns and Chorales in English Organ Music of the Nineteenth-Century’, Journal of the British Institute of Organ Studies, Positif Press, Oxford, 2003, 58-90
  • ‘German Organ Music after 1800’ in N. Thistlethwaite and G. Webber (eds.) Cambridge Companion to the Organ, Cambridge University Press, 1999, 250 – 262
  • ‘New technology and piano study in higher education: getting the most out of Computer-Controlled Player Pianos’, British Journal of Music Education, 1996, 13, 135 -141
  • ‘ “Symphonic Metamorphosis”: Karg-Elert’s Symphony for Organ’, The Musical Times,November 1989, 769-771
  • ‘Johann Gottfried Walther (1684-1748): A Tercentenary Tribute’, The Musical Times,November 1984, 721-725