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Chapter 27

Pamela Z

All music composed by Pamela Z

Last Letter Music (ASCAP)

Pamela Z's full, legal name is Pamela Z (first name Pamela, last name Z), and should be treated thusly in print.

  • Pamela Z is the only name she uses and is not a "stage name" or alias.
  • There is no punctuation following the Z (as it is a not an initial letter of a longer name).
  • When listed in a table of contents or index where other names are alphabetized by last name, her name should appear under Z (not P) as Z is her last name, not a middle initial or appendage of her first name.

27.0 Home page of Pamela Z: http://www.pamelaz.com/

27.1 Audio: “Flare Stains” Flare Stains (2010) (for voice, live electronic processing, and samples triggered with a gesture controller) Recording of a live performance at Roulette, NYC at the Vital Vox Festival in March 2013.

27.2 Audio: “Pop Titles ‘You’ ” (1986) (voice and delays) Excerpt of studio recording that appears on the 2004 Starkland CD “A Delay is Better”. This piece is composed from found text taken from a 1986 issue of “The Phonolog Report”

27.3 Audio: “Breathing(from “Carbon Song Cycle”) (2013) (voice, processing, bassoon, viola, cello, percussion, and tape) Recording of a live performance of Carbon Song Cycle at Roulette, NYC in November 2013.

27.4 Audio: “Cellphone Trees (from “Carbon Song Cycle”) (2013) (voice, processing, bassoon, viola, cello, and percussion) Recording of a live performance of Carbon Song Cycle at Roulette, NYC in November 2013.

27.5 Audio: “Bone Music” (1992) (voice and processing) Excerpt of studio recording that appears on the 2004 Starkland CD “A Delay is Better”.

27.6 Audio:Badagada” (1988) (voice and delays) Excerpt of studio recording that appears on the 2004 Starkland CD “A Delay is Better”.

27.7 Audio: “Timepiece Triptych” (2005) (voice collage composition) Timepiece Triptych is a suite of three multi-channel sound works exploring time-related processing on vocally-produced sounds. The only sound sources used in the three segments are Pamela Z's voice and (in Syrinx) the voices of birds.

  1. Declaratives in the First Person
  2. Syrinx
  3. De-Star Spangled Banner

27.8 Audio: “Feral” (1996) Excerpt of studio recording that appears on the 2004 Starkland CD “A Delay is Better”. Feral was originally composed as part of a score for Hoist, a dance work by choreographer Jo Kreiter.



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