Adaptation Studies, Convention, Vocal Production and Embodied Meaning in Verdi’s Macbeth: Rehabilitating the Brindisi, or, Lady Macbeth Unsexes Herself

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Published 1 June 2014 in Volume 29 No. 1-2. Subjects: Adaptation, Interdisciplinary studies, Music, Opera, Shakespeare, William, Verdi, Guiseppe.

Cite as: Severn, John R.. ‘Adaptation Studies, Convention, Vocal Production and Embodied Meaning in Verdi’s Macbeth: Rehabilitating the Brindisi, or, Lady Macbeth Unsexes Herself.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 29, no. 1-2, 2014. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.8de43e1595.