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Article

McKay, Nicholas (2013) Stravinsky's sideways glance: neoclassicism, dialogised structures and the reflected discourse of Bach. Journal of Music and Meaning (12). ISSN 1478-5722

McKay, Nicholas Peter (2007) 'One for all and all for one': voicing in Stravinsky's music theatre. Journal of Music and Meaning, 5 (Sum). pp. 1-35. ISSN 1603-7170

McKay, Nicholas (2007) On topics today. Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Musiktheorie, 4 (1). pp. 1-30. ISSN 1862-6742

Book Section

McKay, Nicholas (2013) The rite signs: semiotic readings one hundred years on. In: A laboratory of spring. Avant plus . Centre for philosophical research, Warsaw. ISBN 9788393167159 (Submitted)

McKay, Nicholas (2012) Dysphoric states: Stravinsky's topics: huntsmen, soldiers and shepherds. In: Sheinberg, Esti (ed.) Music semiotics: a network of significations in honour and memory of Raymond Monelle. Ashgate, pp. 249-261. ISBN 9781409411024

McKay, Nicholas (2012) Dysphoric states: Stravinsky's topics - huntsmen, soldiers and shepherds. In: Sheinberg, Esti (ed.) Music semiotics : a network of significations in honour and memory of Raymond Monelle. Ashgate, pp. 249-261. ISBN 9781409411024

McKay, Nicholas (2010) Ethnic cleansing, anxious influence and secret codes: a semiotician's guide to Stravinsky's musicological afterlife and its archaeological contra-factum. In: Navickaite-Martinelli, L (ed.) Before and After Music: Proceedings of the 10th International Congress on Musical Signification. Umweb, pp. 565-574. ISBN 978-9986-503-93-4

McKay, Nicholas (2003) Igor's eccentric gestures: a semiotoc decoding of Stravinsky's syntax with markedness theory. In: Tarasti, E (ed.) Musical Semiotics revisited, Approaches to musical semiotics 4. The International Semiotics Institute, pp. 498-510. ISBN 9525431037

McKay, Nicholas (2002) Oedipus's Requiem: Verdi's Voice in Stravinsky. In: Della Seta, F, Montemorra Marvin, R and Marcia, M (eds.) Historiae Musicae Cultores - Biblioteca. Leo S. Olschki, pp. 411-441. ISBN 8822251962

Conference or Workshop Item

McKay, Nicholas (2004) Silent accusations, incriminating voices: not speaking one's mind in the infernal machine of Stravinsky's Oedipus Rex. In: Third Marks Conference of the Institute for Hellenic and Roman Studies: 'Stravinsky/Cocteau/Oedipus: Myth, Music and Modernism: a colloquiem on the Stravinsky/Cocteau Oedipus Rex', University of Bristol.

McKay, Nicholas (2004) Evocative metaphors, narrative craft: signifying processes in the neoclassic music of Stravinsky. In: Eighth International Congress on Musical Signification, Sorbonne, Paris, 3rd-8th October 2004.

McKay, Nicholas (2003) Stravinsky's 'other' voices: quotation or allusion. In: International Conference on Music and Gesture, University Of East Anglia, East Anglia.

McKay, Nicholas (2000) Avoiding futile, pointless gestures: prototypical play in Stravinsky's neoclassic voices. In: 8th International Seminar on Musical Semiotics, Helsinki and Tallinn.

Book

McKay, Nicholas (2012) Stravinsky's other voices. Indiana Universtiy Press, Bloomington. (Submitted)

Thesis

McKay, Nicholas (1998) A semiotic evaluation of musical meaning in the works of Igor Stravinsky: decoding syntax with markedness and prototypicality theory'. Doctoral thesis (DPhil), Durham University.

Image

McKay, Nicholas (2001) Gluck: Orfeo ed Euridice. [Image]

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