The literature review included an investigation of archaeological publications about Stonehenge. It also included a review of publications on the origins of music, music in prehistory and archaeoacoustics. Key texts included Scarre and Lawson, Archaeoacoustics and the work of Aaron Watson , as discussed earlier. Other relevant work included Devereux, Stone Age Soundtracks; Wallin, Merker, Brown, The Origins of Music; Mithen, The Singing Neanderthals; Dancing in the Streets; Rouget, Music and Trance; the work of Reznikoff and Dauvois; Stop Look and Listen; The Senses Considered as Perceptual Systems; The Gutenberg Galaxy; Fragments From Antiquity; and English Heritage’s Stonehenge in its Landscape, edited by Cleal, Walker and Montague. There exists however a wide range of other relevant publications. A current Science and Heritage Research Network, focusing on the Acoustics and Music of British Prehistory, funded by the AHRC and EPSRC, is creating a comprehensive online reading list on the subject.
 Chris Scarre and Graeme Lawson, 2006.
 Aaron Watson, 2006; Aaron Watson and David Keating, ,1999.
 Paul Devereux, Stone Age Soundtracks, The Acoustic Archaeology of Ancient Sites (London, 2001).
 Nils Wallin, Bjorn Merker, and Steven Brown (Eds), The Origins of Music, (Cambridge MA, 2000).
 Steven Mithen, The Singing Neanderthals: The Origin of Music, Language, mind and Body, (London, 2005).
 Gilbert Rouget, Music and Trance: a Theory of the Relations between Music and Possession (Chicago 1985).
 I. Reznikoff and M. Dauvois, ‘La dimension sonore des grottes ornees’, Bulletin de la Soc. Prehist. Francaise, vol. 85., no. 8 (1988), pp. 238-46.
 Cleal, R. M. J., Walker, K. E. and Montague, R., 1995, Stonehenge in its landscape: Twentieth century excavations English Heritage Archaeological Report 10