Helen F Mitchell
Helen F Mitchell
Associate Professor at Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney
Verified email at sydney.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Acoustic and perceptual appraisal of vocal gestures in the female classical voice
DT Kenny, HF Mitchell
Journal of Voice 20 (1), 55-70, 2006
Defining 'open throat' through content analysis of experts' pedagogical practices
H F. Mitchell, D T. Kenny, M Ryan, PJ Davis
Logopedics Phonatrics Vocology 28 (4), 167-180, 2003
The effects of musical fit on choice between two competing foods
JPS Yeoh, AC North
Musicae Scientiae 14 (1), 165-180, 2010
The impact of 'open throat' technique on vibrato rate, extent and onset in classical singing
HF Mitchell, DT Kenny
Logopedics Phonatrics Vocology 29 (4), 171-182, 2004
Change in vibrato rate and extent during tertiary training in classical singing students
HF Mitchell, DT Kenny
Journal of Voice 24 (4), 427-434, 2010
The effects of open throat technique on long term average spectra (LTAS) of female classical voices
HF Mitchell, DT Kenny
Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology 29 (3), 99-118, 2004
Open Throat Technique: Acoustic and perceptual support for pedagogical practice
H Mitchell, D Kenny
Proceedings of the third Conference on Interdisciplinary musicology-Tallin …, 2007
Can experts identify “open throat” technique as a perceptual phenomenon?
HF Mitchell, DT Kenny
Musicae Scientiae 10 (1), 33-57, 2006
Listeners as spectators? Audio-visual integration improves music performer identification
HF Mitchell, RAR MacDonald
Psychology of Music 42 (1), 112-127, 2014
Remembering, recognizing and describing singers' sound identities
HF Mitchell, RAR MacDonald
Journal of New Music Research 40 (1), 75-80, 2011
Recognition and description of singing voices: The impact of verbal overshadowing
HF Mitchell, RAR MacDonald
Musicae Scientiae 16 (3), 307-316, 2012
Perceived improvement in vocal performance following tertiary-level classical vocal training: do listeners hear systematic progress?
HF Mitchell, DT Kenny, M Ryan
Musicae Scientiae 14 (1), 73-93, 2010
The Tertiary Singing Audition: Perceptual and Acoustic Differences between Successful and Unsuccessful Candidates.
HF Mitchell, DT Kenny
Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies 2, 2008
Effect of pedagogical imagery of ‘halo’on vocal quality in young classical female singers
J Callinan-Robertson, HF Mitchell, DT Kenny
Australian Voice 12 (1), 39-52, 2006
Defining vocal quality in female classical singers: pedagogical, acoustical and perceptual studies
HF Mitchell
University of Sydney. Australian Centre for Applied Research in Music …, 2005
Change in Messa di Voce Characteristics During 3 Years of Classical Singing Training at the Tertiary Level
S Ferguson, DT Kenny, HF Mitchell, M Ryan, D Cabrera
Journal of Voice 27 (4), 523. e35-523. e48, 2013
Linguistic limitations of describing sound: Is talking about music like dancing about architecture?
HF Mitchell, RAR MacDonald
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Science (ISPS09 …, 2009
Visual and auditory perception of vocal beauty: conflict or concurrence
DT Kenny, HF Mitchell
8th International Conference on Music Perception & Cognition (ICMPC8 …, 2004
What you see is what you hear: The importance of visual priming in music performer identification
HF Mitchell, RAR MacDonald
Psychology of Music 44 (6), 1361-1371, 2016
Vocal quality in female classical singers: The role of acoustics, perception and pedagogy
DT Kenny, HF Mitchell
Proceedings of the third Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM07), 2007
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