‘Cages for the Wind’
Stephan Prock's settings of poems by Alistair Te Ariki Campbell
From Garden to Grave
Jenny Macleod's settings of text by Katherine Mansfield
Waiteata Collection of
New Zealand Music
Stranger in a Strange Land
Songs by Richard Fuchs
Works of four New Zealand women composers
Embodying Voice: Singing Verdi, Singing Wagner
Margaret Medlyn – Routledge 2019
This book articulates the process of developing an operatic voice, explaining how and why the training of such a voice is as complex and sophisticated as it is mysterious. It illustrates how putting together a voice, embodying a sound, and creating a character are vital to an audience’s emotional involvement and enjoyment. Embodying Voice highlights the singer’s creative agency to be co-creator of the composer’s music. It explores the ways in which vocal performance is constructed and controlled, connecting layers of mind and bodily engagement that allow operatic singers to achieve expression beyond the text itself. Further reading, listening, and performance lists are provided at the end of each chapter, withmusical examples throughout.
Walking the High wire: Performance as Research
a2ru Conference, Boston, November, 2017
Great Ideas: A Revolutionary in Music: Richard Wagner
VUW Online presentation, 2016
Singing Strauss' Music: Transparency and Emotion – NZSO, August, 2016
Performance is a venture beyond the limits of life: How vocality on stage has creatively enlivened traditional practice
New Zealand Musicological Society, Wellington, 2015
Singing is being: A ripple in the god: Opera singer's creative embodiment in Verdi
CMPCP, Cambridge, UK, 2014.
If you've got it, flaunt it: Chest voice revealed
New Zealand Musicological Society, Wellington, Nov, 2014
"Opera and the Arts of the Emotions" Conference, Melbourne, 2016
Embodying Kundry: Voice, Breath, Narrative and Metamorphosis
MSA/ NZMS Joint Conference, Brisbane, Nov 2013.
Embodiment: how opera singers connect mind and body
NZMS, Auckland, 2012.