Papers

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Refereed Journal Articles

  • Bartlett, Irene, and Wilson, Pat.H. (2017). Working 9-5: Causal relationships between singers’ “day jobs” and their performance work, with implications for vocal health. Journal of Voice, 31(2), 243.e27-243.e34.

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  • Wilson, P.H., Lee, K., Callaghan, J., and Thorpe, C.W. (2008). Learning to sing in tune: Does real-time visual feedback help? Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies, 2(1/2), Spring/Fall, 157-172.

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  • Wilson, P. (2004). The voice and its metaphors. Australian Voice, 10, 16-19.

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  • Wilson, P. (2004). On singing straws and water bottles: The physics of pressure. Australian Voice, 10, 16-19.

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  • Wilson, P. (2003). Sinful modern music: Science and the contemporary commercial singer. Australian Voice, 9, 12-16.

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Refereed chapters in monographs

  • Wilson, Pat. H. “Act, Sing. Speak: Voice in the World of Theatre” in A World of Voice: Voice and Speech Across Culture, presented by the Voice and Speech Review, ed.  Dudley Knight. 298-304. Easton, PA, Voice and Speech Trainers Association, 2011.

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  • Wilson, Pat H. “Showtime! – Teaching Music Theatre and Cabaret Singing.” In Perspectives on Teaching Singing: Australian Vocal Pedagogues Sing Their Stories, ed. S.D. Harrison, 293-305. Brisbane: Australian Academic Press, 2010.

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Refereed Papers in Published Conference Proceedings

  • Wilson, P.H., Lee, K., Callaghan, J., and Thorpe. C.W. (2007). Learning to sing in tune: Does real-time visual feedback help? In: K. Maimets-Volk, R. Parncutt, M. Marin & J. Ross (Eds.) Proceedings of the third Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM07). Tallinn, Estonia, 15-19 August 2007, http://www-gewi.uni-graz.at/cim07/

  • Callaghan, J. Thorpe, W., van Doorn, J. & Wilson, P. (2003). ‘Sing and See’. In L.C.R. Yip, C.C. Leung & W.T. Lau (Eds), Curriculum Innovation in Music, pp. 75-80. Hong Kong: Department of Creative Arts, The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
ISBN 962-949-134-6.

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Refereed Abstracts in Published Conference Papers

  • Wilson, P., Callaghan, J. and Thorpe, C.W. (2005). ‘The singer, the song, the voice and its visuals: Can real-time visual feedback help singing students? In Deliver the Voice. 7th Voice Symposium of Australia. Sydney: Australian Voice Association.

  • Wilson, P., Thorpe, C. W., and Callaghan, J. (2005). ‘Looking at singing: Does real-time visual feedback improve the way we learn to sing?’ In 2nd APSCOM Conference. Seoul, South Korea: Asia-Pacific Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music.

  • Thorpe, W, Wilson, P, Crane, J, van Doorn, J, Callaghan, J. (2003). ‘Real-time visual feedback of voice acoustics for the training of singing skills’, presented at the 30th Australian Experimental Psychology Conference, April 24-27, Sydney.

  • Callaghan, J. & Wilson, P. (2002). ‘Sing and See’. In Voice: The Cutting Edge. 6th Voice Symposium of Australia. Adelaide: Australian Voice Association, 112-113.

  • Wilson, P. (2002). ‘Sinful modern music’. In Voice: The Cutting Edge. 6th Voice Symposium of Australia. Adelaide: Australian Voice Association.

Journal Articles

  • Wilson, Pat. H. (2010). Voices and devices: A studio note. VoicePrint: Newsletter of the Australian Voice Association, No.39, November, 4-6.

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Bibliographies

  • Select bibliography to accompany workshop session,  “Building the body that speaks and sings: A practical workshop with toys.”

    Presented at the Australian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare Annual Conference, “Speaking Out on Performers’ Health: Perspectives for a New Decade”,  Sydney, 23rd October 2011.

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  • Select bibliography to accompany conference paper “Real jobs and ‘day jobs’: A meta-analysis of occupational voice health hazards.”

    Presented at thAustralian Society for Performing Arts Healthcare Annual Conference, “Holistic Healthcare for Performing Artists”, Sydney,  1st December 2012.

     

     

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