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O'Loghlin, Michael (2005). A brief polemic about the early music movement. In Elizabeth Mackinlay, Denis Collins and Samantha Owens (Ed.), Aesthetics and experience in music performance (pp. 49-54) Newcastle, England: Cambridge Scholars Press. 58  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2008) A Viola da Gamba Miscellanea: Articles From and Inspired by Viol Symposiums Organized by the Ensemble Baroque de Limoges, France. Ed. Susan Orlando. Book review. Chelys Australis, 7 23-26. 72  
O'Loghlin, Michael, Vaughan, Laura and Watts, Victoria (2009) Book launch. Frederick the Great and His Musicians: The Viola Da Gamba Music of the Berlin School. Camberwell, VIC, Australia, Australian Viola da Gamba Society. 34  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2004) Christoph Schaffrath. Chelys Australis, 4 6-9. 36  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2003). Einfuhrung. Introduction. In Johann Gottlieb Graun, Günter von Zadow, Leonore von Zadow and Angela Koppenwallner (Ed.), Christoph Schaffrath: Sonate A-Dur für obligates Cembalo (Hammerklavier) und Viola da Gamba (pp. 2-3) Heidelberg, Germany: Edition Güntersberg. 30  
The Badinerie Players and O'Loghlin, Michael (2009) Elizabethan concert: Full fathom five. Music from Shakespeare and his time. Sandgate, QLD, Australia, Music by the Sea. 61  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2010) Franz Xaver Hammer (1741–1817). The last gambist: Sonatas for viola da gamba. Eighteenth-Century Music, 7 1: 148-150. doi:10.1017/S1478570609990650 60   0
O'Loghlin, Michael Frederick the Great and His Musicians: the Viola da Gamba Music of the Berlin School. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2008. 79 1
Graun, Carl Heinrich, Ramler, Karl Wilhelm, The Cathedral Chamber Choir, The Badinerie Players, The Brisbane Chamber Choir and O'Loghlin, Michael (2012) Good Friday musical devotion: Der Tod Jesu. Brisbane, QLD, Australia, St John's Cathedral. 61  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2010). Introduction. In Johann Gottlieb Graun, Günter von Zadow and Leonore von Zadow (Ed.), Concerto C-Dur für Viola da Gamba, zwei Violinen, Viola und Basso continuo: GraunWV A:XIII:2 (pp. 5-7) Heidelberg, Germany: Edition Güntersberg. 60 2
O'Loghlin, Michael (2006). Introduction. In Christoph Schaffrath, Günter von Zadow, Leonore von Zadow and Dankwart von Zadow (Ed.), Zwei Sonaten für Traversflöte und B.c.: G-Moll und D-Dur (pp. 4-5) Heidelberg, Germany: Edition Güntersberg. 62 1
O'Loghlin, Michael (2005). Introduction. In Johann Gottlieb Graun, Günter von Zadow, Leonore von Zadow and Angela Koppenwallner (Ed.), Konzert für Violine, Viola da Gamba und Orchester (pp. 6-7) Heidelberg, Germany: Edition Güntersberg. 49 2
O'Loghlin, Michael (2006). Introduction. In Christoph Schaffrath, Günter von Zadow, Leonore von Zadow and Angela Koppenwallner (Ed.), Trio H-Moll für 2 Traversflöten (Violinen) und Basso continuo (pp. 3-4) Heidelberg, Germany: Edition Güntersberg. 50 1
O'Loghlin, Michael (2006). Introduction. In Johann Gottlieb or Carl Heinrich Graun, Günter von Zadow, Leonore von Zadow and Lore Everling (Ed.), Trio G-Dur: GraunWV Cv:XV:115. Für 2 Flöten und Basso continuo (pp. 4-4) Heidelberg, Germany: Edition Güntersberg. 53 1
Graun, Johann Gottlieb and O'Loghlin, Michael (2011). Introduction. In Johann Gottlieb Graun, Michael O'Loghlin, Angela Koppenwallner, Günter von Zadow and Leonore von Zadow (Ed.), Trio in A major for violin, viola da gamba/violin and basso continuo: GraunWV Av:XV:41 (pp. 6-7) Heidelberg: Edition Güntersberg. 18  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2011). Introduction. In Johann Gottlieb Graun, Günter von Zadow, Leonore von Zadow and Angela Koppenwallner (Ed.), Trio A-Dur: Für Violine, Viola da Gamba/Violine und Basso continuo. GraunWV Av:XV:41 (pp. 6-7) Heidelberg, Germany: Edition Güntersberg. 51  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2013) Introduction to Joseph B. Zyka, Four Duetti for Violoncelli, Duetti I and II (G and D major). Heidelberg, Germany, Edition Güntersberg. 35  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2012) Johann Gottlieb Graun, Sonata in C major, GraunWV A:XVII:1. Heidelberg, Germany, Edition Güntersberg. 22  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2005) Joseph Benedikt Zyka. Trios for violin, bass viol and cello in two volumes. Journal of the Viola da Gamba Society of America, 42 93-98. 88 2
O'Loghlin, Michael (1998) Ludwig Christian Hesse and the Berlin Virtuoso Style. Journal of the Viola da Gamba Society of America, 35 35-73. 73  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2005) Musical German. Bridging the World, 35. 33  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2011) Music at German Courts, 1715-1760: Changing Artistic Priorities, eds Samantha Owens, Barbara M. Reul and Janice B. Stockigt (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2011). Context : Journal of Music Research, 35/36: 197-200. 28  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2003) Peter Wollny and Andreas Glockner (eds.), Carl Heinrich Graun, Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Philipp Telemann, Johann Christoph Altnickol [?], Johann Kuhnau [?]: Passionskantate, Wer ist der, so von Edom kommt (Pasticcio). Musicology Australia, 26 1: 148-152. doi:10.1080/08145857.2003.10416516 95   0
The Badinerie Trio and O'Loghlin, Michael (2008) Selected works. Woolloongabba, QLD, Australia, Holy Trinity Anglican Church. 34  
The Badinerie Players, O'Loghlin, Michael, Baker-Spink, Emma and Curro, Daniel (2010) Selected works. Ultimo, NSW, Australia, ABC Classic FM. 34  
The Badinerie Players, O'Loghlin, Michael, Baker-Spink, Emma and Curro, Daniel (2009) Selected works: Songs of love and war. Ultimo, NSW, Australia, ABC Classic FM. 39  
O'Loghlin, Michael (2011) The global voice of the symphony orchestra. Bravo!, 3 6-7. 65 188
O'Loghlin, Michael Andrew (2002). The Viola da Gamba Music of the Berlin School, 1732-1772 PhD Thesis, Music, University of Queensland. 333 9
The Badinerie Players, O'Loghlin, Michael, Brisbane Chamber Choir and Morton, Graeme (2008) The Ways of Zion: Funeral Anthem for Queen Caroline and Music from Venetian Baroque Masters. Ultimo, NSW, Australia, ABC Classic FM. 41