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The Cries of London (2019)
Presentation / Conference

Since the late 19th Century, public vocalizations in urban spaces have been on the wane, brought about in part through a combination of direct legislation and changes in commerce, most markedly the emergence of digital technology. Moreover, economic... Read More about The Cries of London.

Death and Resurrection Motifs in Narratives of Berlioz's and Liszt's Lives: D'Ortigue, Ramann, and Berlioz's Mémoires (2019)
Journal Article

The ways in which biographers mythologize their subjects’ lives (and the way they mythologize their own lives) have long been a topic of research in life-writing. Even though several musicologists have identified mythologizing “motifs,” the mythologi... Read More about Death and Resurrection Motifs in Narratives of Berlioz's and Liszt's Lives: D'Ortigue, Ramann, and Berlioz's Mémoires.

Intertextuality, subjectivity, and meaning in Liszt’s Deux Polonaises (2019)
Journal Article
Cormac, J. (2019). Intertextuality, subjectivity, and meaning in Liszt’s Deux Polonaises. Musical Quarterly, 102(1), 111–152. https://doi.org/10.1093/musqtl/gdz005

This article brings the concepts of intertextuality and subjectivity into dialogue in order to advance our understanding of both and to generate new readings of two pieces that are rich in intertextual relationships and also raise complex questions a... Read More about Intertextuality, subjectivity, and meaning in Liszt’s Deux Polonaises.

Losing Her Voice : an opera in two acts for four singers, chorus, mixed septet and audience mobile phone interaction (2019)
Other

A new interactive opera inspired by America’s first true superstar – Geraldine Farrar, will let the audience be part of the performance, thanks to the collaborative efforts of experts in music and computer science from the University of Nottingham an... Read More about Losing Her Voice : an opera in two acts for four singers, chorus, mixed septet and audience mobile phone interaction.