Chi, J-Y., Halaki, M., Booker, E., Boyle, R. & Ackermann, B.J. (2021). Interaction between Hand Span and Different Sizes of Keyboards on EMG Activity in Pianists: An Observational Study. Applied Ergonomics, 97, November.
Perez, Caroline Criado. (2019), Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men. Penguin, London. (pp 157-159.)
Coates, S. (2017). Goldilocks and the Three Pianos – Ergonomics in Pianists. The Piano Teacher, November, Hal Leonard Australia. Copy here: http://smallpianokeyboards.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Goldilocks-and-the-Three-Pianos-Ergonomics-in-pianists-The-Piano-Teacher.pdf
Deahl, L. & Wristen, B. (2017). Adaptive Strategies for Small-Handed Pianists, Oxford University Press.
Leone, C. (2017). Personal Touch. International Piano, UK, January-February 2017. http://www.carolleone.com/ergonomic-keyboards/
Boyle, R., Boyle, R. & Booker, E. (2017). Narrower Keyboards for Larger Hands. Readers’ Letters, Pianist. UK, January. Copy here: http://smallpianokeyboards.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Letter-to-Pianist-magazine_Jan-2017.pdf
Leone, C. (2015). Ergonomic Keyboards: Size does Matter. Piano Professional, EPTA (UK), Summer. http://www.carolleone.com/ergonomic-keyboards/
Leone, C. (2015). Size is Key. Clavier Companion, Frances Clark Center for Keyboard Pedagogy, USA , September/October. http://www.carolleone.com/ergonomic-keyboards/.
You will also find a copy of the editorial here: http://smallpianokeyboards.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/clavier_companion_editorial_Sept-Oct-2015.pdf
Boyle, R., Boyle, R. & Booker, E. (2015). Pianist Hand Spans: Gender and Ethnic Differences and Implications for Piano Playing, Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Piano Pedagogy Conference, Beyond the Black and White, Melbourne, July 2015. (http://www.appca.com.au/proceedings)
Boyle, R. (2012). The experience of playing reduced-size piano keyboards. A survey of pianists. MTNA e-Journal, April.
A bibliography can be downloaded here: http://smallpianokeyboards.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Relevant-websites-and-QR-codes.pdf
For technical articles about piano design, go to the page: Manufacturers and experiencing alternatively sized keyboards
A Poster paper presented to the EPTA conference in Reykjavik in September 2016: ‘The Standard Piano Keyboard: Too Big for Too Many’ can be downloaded here and used anywhere. Must be printed in colour, A0 size. http://smallpianokeyboards.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/EPTA-poster_2016.pdf
Hand span data analysis – Statistics Summary, 2015. http://smallpianokeyboards.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/NCKP-Hand-span-data-Statistics-Summary-2015.pdf
McLachlan, M. (2010), Editorial, Piano Professional, EPTA (UK), Spring. http://smallpianokeyboards.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/EditorialContents_Piano-Professional-UK_Spring-2010.pdf
Boyle, R & Boyle, R. (2010). Hand size and the piano keyboard. An introduction to the technical and musical benefits for pianists using reduced-size keyboards. Piano Professional, EPTA (UK), Spring, 18-23. http://smallpianokeyboards.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Hand-size-and-the-piano-keyboard_Piano-Professional-UK_-Spring-2010.pdf
Booker, E. (2010). Pianos: one size fits all…big adults. Tempo, Suzuki Talent Education Association of Australia (NSW) Inc., Autumn, 8-9.