Research Publications for Martin V Lodge
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Lodge, M. (2017). ‘Feadóg mhór in oίche spèirghelai’ for bass flute and recorded sounds - Okta Concert: When flutes had words - Premiere (Revised) [for bass flute and sounds]. Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Lodge, M., Tuaupiki, J., Brinckman, T., Horomona, H., & Austin, K. (2017). Manu kaewa (Wildbirds): Premiere (Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts) [collaborative multimedia creative work Martin Lodge (concept, macrostructure, water score for alto flute and piano, electronic sounds); Tessa Brinkman (concept, flutes, narration), Katherine Austin (piano, narration), Horomona Horo (putorino, Karanga manu, narration), Jacquie Tuaupiki (poems)]. Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Lodge, M. (2017). Illuminations: a proposed taxonomy for death-inspired works in Western art music. TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses: Special Issue: Writing Death and Dying, (45), 1-12.
Lodge, M. (2017). The art of confluence: drawing together the streams of Western and Māori music in New Zealand Aotearoa. In 23rd Annual Conference of the New Zealand Studies Association: Contested Territories in the Pacific. Conference held at Strasbourg, France.
Lodge, M. (2016). Composing the end: musical approaches to death. In 2nd Australasian Death Studies Network Conference: Death, Dying and the Undead: Contemporary Approaches and Practice. Conference held at Noosa, Queensland, Australia.
Lodge, M. (2016). Omanu [for solo cello (7mins)]. Waikato International Cello Festival, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Lodge, M. (2016). Ahunga [for taonga puroro, piano, violin and cello (7min30)]. Te Whare Tapere Iti, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Lodge, M. (2016). [Review of A search for tradition & a search for a language by Douglas Lilburn]. Journal of Pacific and New Zealand Studies, 4(1), 103-105. doi:10.1386/nzps.4.1.71_5
Lodge, M., & Horo, H. (2016). Momotuhi mō mea tuku iho Māori, he tauira kaiao Music notation for traditional Maori instruments, an ecological paradigm. In Annual Meeting of the New Zealand Musicological Society: Contemporary and Future Paths in Music Performance, Composition and Analysis. Conference held at the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Lodge, M. (2015). Music historiography as a braided river: The case of New Zealand. In V. Kurkela, & M. Mantere (Eds.), Critical Music Historiography: Probing Canons, Ideologies and Institutions (pp. 95-106). Ashgate Publishing, Ltd..