Publications

Software and accompanying manual

Sing&See software and accompanying manual How to Sing and See: Singing Pedagogy in the Digital Era (Callaghan, J. & Wilson, P.), Cantare Systems, Sydney, 2004 (286 pp.).

Book chapters

See Jean’s interview in Joan Melton’s 2007 book, Singing in Musical Theatre: the Training of Singers and Actors. Published in New York, in 2007, this book features in-depth interviews with 16 internationally prominent practitioners from the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia.

Callaghan, J. & McDonald, E. (2002). Expression, content and meaning in language and music: An integrated semiotic analysis. In Language, Vision & Music (pp. 205-220). Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Callaghan, J. (1999). Australian Association for Research in Music Education. In D. Forrest (Ed.), Advancing music education in Australia (pp. 8-12). Parkville, Vic.: ASME.

Callaghan, J. (1998). My life in music and research. In N. Lengkeek & E. Deane (Eds), Women and non-traditional research: The alternative trek (pp. 1-7). . Sydney: Academic Development & Flexible Learning Unit, UWS Nepean.

Refereed journal articles

Jean has published more than 40 articles and conference papers. Here is a selection:

Collyer, S., Davis, P.J., Thorpe, C.W. & Callaghan, J. (in press). Fundamental frequency and sound pressure level influence on vibrato in female classical singing. Journal of Voice.

Collyer, S., Davis, P.J., Thorpe, C.W. & Callaghan, J. (in press). Sound pressure level and spectral balance: Linearity and symmetry in the messa di voce of female classical singers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.

Wilson, P., Lee, K., Callaghan, J. & Thorpe, W. (2008). Learning to sing in tune: Does real-time visual feedback help? Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies. Spring/Fall, 2 (1&2), art. #0821210, 157-172. http://www.musicstudies.org.

Collyer, S., Thorpe, W., Callaghan, J. & Davis, P. (2008). The influence of fundamental frequency and sound pressure level range on breathing patterns in female classical singing. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 51, 612-628.

Collyer, S., Davis, P.J., Thorpe, C.W. & Callaghan, J. (2007). Sound pressure level and spectral balance: Linearity and symmetry in the messa di voce of female classical singers. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 121, 1728-1736.

Callaghan, J. & McDonald, E. (2007). A comparative study of spoken and sung voice in performance. CIMO7, 3rd Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology. Tallinn, Estonia, 15-19 August.

Wilson, P., Lee, K., Callaghan, J. & Thorpe, C.W. (2007) Learning to sing in tune – Does real-time visual feedback help? CIMO7, 3rd Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology. Tallinn, Estonia, 15-19 August.

Callaghan, J. (2006). Singing classical music in the age of recording. ANATS Conference 2006, Viva la Voce. Canberra: ANATS.

Wilson, P., Thorpe, C.W. & Callaghan, J. (2005). Looking at singing: Does real-time visual feedback improve the way we learn to sing? APSCOM2. Asia-Pacific Society for the Cognitive Science of Music, Seoul, Korea, August.

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

Callaghan, J., Thorpe, W. & van Doorn, J. (2004). The science of singing and seeing. In R. Parncutt, A. Kessler & F. Zimmer (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM04), Graz, Austria, 15-18 April, 2004. http://gewi.uni-graz.at/~cim04/.

Howes, P., Callaghan, J., Davis, P., Kenny, D. & Thorpe, W. (June 2004). The perception of vibrato in Western operatic singing: Its relationship to measured vibrato onset, rate, and extent, listener preference, and emotional expression. Journal of Voice, 18 (2), 216-230.

Callaghan J, Thorpe W, van Doorn J, Wilson P. (2003) ‘Sing and See’, in Curriculum Innovation in Music: Proceedings of the 4th Asia-Pacific Symposium. on Music Education Research, July 9-12, Hong Kong.

Callaghan, J. & McDonald, E. (2003). The singer’s text: Music, language and the expression of meaning, Australian Voice, 9, 42-48.

Callaghan, J. (2002). Grounded theory methodology in music education research. In J. Southcott & R. Smith, R., A Community of Researchers. Proceedings of the XXIInd Annual Conference, AARME.. Melbourne: AARME. 39-45.

Callaghan, J. (2001). The countertenor and casting in Western Classical Music. In Y. Minami, Y. & M. Shinzanoh (Eds), The 3rd Asia-Pacific Symposium on Music Education Research & International Symposium on ‘Uragoe’ and Gender. Nagoya: Aichi University of Education. 132-137.

Callaghan, J. (1998). Singing teachers and voice science – An evaluation of voice teaching in Australian tertiary institutions, Research Studies in Music Education, 10, 25-41.

Callaghan, J. (1996). The implications of voice science for the teaching of singing: Vocal registers, Australian Voice, 2, 27-31.

Callaghan, J. (1995). Fundamental teaching units – Building blocks of vocal pedagogy, Australian Voice, 1, 1-5.

Callaghan, J. (1994). The implications of voice science for voice pedagogy: The singer’s formant, The NATS Journal, 50 (5), 5-8.