24 Songs of Uganda, (anthology of traditional songs). Kampala, 1966. 52pp.
“Tuning in to African Music”, Overseas Challenge [Bulletin of the National Council for the Supply and Training of Teachers Overseas], xxiii, Autumn 1972, p. 5-7
The Ganda Ndere: An examination of the notched flute of the Ganda people of Uganda. MA research diss., University of Wales, Cardiff, 1970 (unpublished)
"Ganda xylophone music - another approach", Journal of African Music, iv/4, 1970, p 62-75
"'Ludaya', A Transverse Flute from Eastern Uganda", Yearbook of the International Folk Music Council, 3, 1971, p 79-90
"Rwenzururu Protest Songs", Africa, lii/1, 1982, p 37-60 (with M. Doornbos)
"Ssematimba ne Kikwabanga : The music and poetry of a Ganda historical song", World of Music, xxix/2, 1987, p 49-68 (with F. Katamba)
Teach yourself the Budongo, (12-page booklet and cassette or CD), with C. Kizza, (produced for use both in Uganda and in multi-cultural education in UK, USA etc.), (Edinburgh,1988 - Revised 2006), 12pp.
Musilit Concert 1987 - Village music from Nkore, western Uganda. (cassette or CD format) Compiled from fieldwork in Uganda with the Musilit organisation at Kitabi parish, Busheenyi in 1987. includes a wide selection of tradiitonal kinyankore music and dances and church music compositions by the founder Benedicto Mubangizi. Produced principally but not exclusively for sale in Uganda in aid of the Musilit organisation. 1988.Play Amadinda: Xylophone music from Uganda (Instructional cassette or CD and book), produced in collaboration with A. Ssempeke, (for use both in East Africa and in multi-cultural education in UK, USA etc.) (Edinburgh 1990 - Revised 2006), 29pp. 31 audio examples.
"Exploring musical pitch systems", Bulletin of the UK Chapter of the International Council for Traditional Music, No. 27 Autumn 1990. pp 6-24
"On the trail of the Music Hunter", Resound, x/3, quarterly journal of the Archives of Traditional Music, Bloomington. 1991. p 1-4 [about Laura Boulton's research in SW Africa]
"Report on Pitch perception Experiments carried out in Buganda and Busoga (Uganda)", African Music, vii/2, 1992, p 119-1225
Exploring African Rhythm - Hypercard stack for use with Macintosh computer and MIDI synthesizer, 1992. Updated for General Midi modules, 1995. (available as shareware).
"Call and Response - A Reply to Ulrich Wegner", Ethnomusicology, xxxviii/3, 1994, p. 475-479 [On the subject of inherent patterns in Ganda xylophone music].
"Orchestral Melo-rhythm in Southern Uganda" , For Gerhard Kubik: Festschrift on the occasion of his 60th birthday (Frankfurt,1995). pp 147-160
"Music in a Ugandan Court", Early Music, xxiv/3 August 1996 , 439-453
"Regards Croisés sur la vie Musicale en Ouganda : 'Bwemba nnyimba saagala anyumya' - Activité et diversité dans l'Ouganda contemporain". (Joint article with Sam Kasule) Cahiers de Musiques traditionelles, ix, (Geneva, 1996), 147-166.
Uganda: Village ensembles of Busoga CD VDE CD 925, (Archives Internationales de Musique Populaire, Geneva and Disques VDE-GALLO Lausanne) (recordings, documentation). (Geneva, 1997)
"The music of East Africa: an Overview". Chapter in The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, vol 1. Africa . ed: R. Stone, (New York and London, 1998)
"Was Ssempeke just being kind? Listening to instrumental music in Africa south of the Sahara.", for World of Music, xli/1, (1999). 73-83
"The Musical Scene in Uganda - views from without and within". Joint article with Sam Kasule, in African Music , vii/4, (1999), 6-21
"Fieldwork in Lango, Northern Uganda Feb-March 1997", in African Music, vii/4, (1999), 66-72
The New Grove Dictionary Of Music and Musicians 7th edn.: "Joseph Kygambiddwa", "Benedicto Mubangizi", "Pitch II", "Polyphony II & IV", "Bow III", "Uganda": Revisions to - , "Heterophony", "Neck", "Ngoma", "Notched flute", "Pygmy Music", "Soundhole", "Water drum", "Slit-drum". (London, 2000).
"Musical competitions in Northern Uganda" in Mashindano! Competitive Music performance in East Africa., ed. F. Gunderson and Greg. Barz (Dar es Salaam, 2000) p. 271-8.
The King’s Musicians - Royalist Music of Buganda - Uganda. CD with 24-page booklet. (see under 'recordings'
"Appeasing the Spitits: Music, Possession, Divination and Healing in Busoga, Eastern Uganda" in Indigenous Religious Musics, ed. K. Ralls-MacLeod and Graham Harvey (Aldershot, 2000) p. 102-121.