Marc Brooks Publications

‘Do Meat-Eaters Dream of Vengeful Sheep? Towards a Methodology for Music-Critical Animal Studies’. Mike Dines, Gareth Dylan Smith, Shara Rambarran (eds), Handbook of Popular Music Methodologies (Bristol: Intellect, forthcoming).

‘I Wish I Knew how it would Feel to Drive the new Ford Fusion Hybrid: Making Sense of Advertising Music’, Journal of the Royal Musical Association (forthcoming).

Mad Men as a Sonic Symptomatology of Consumer Capitalism’, Music & Letters 102(2) (2021).

‘Competing Ways of Hearing Nature in Berg’s Wozzeck’, Cambridge Opera Journal 32 (2020): 52–89. (DOI: 10.1017/S0954586720000117)

Wozzeck and the Mathematical’, Opera Quarterly 35(3) (2019): 179–206. (DOI: 10.1093/oq/kbaa001)

‘The Song of another Earth: Contrasting Musical Representations of Nature, Technology and Magic in Game of Thrones and Battlestar Galactica’. In Music: Transitions/Continuities, ed. Veselinović-Hofman, Mirjana et al. (Belgrade: Belgrade University Press, 2016): 68–74.

‘Strauss and Hofmannsthal’s Arabella and the Resacralization of the Operatic Tradition’, Nineteenth-Century Music 38(3) (Spring 2015): 273–301. (DOI: 10.1525/ncm.2015.38.3.272)

‘The Word is not Enough: Symbol, Myth, and Ritual in Hofmannsthal’s Libretto for Arabella’, Musicological Annual 50(2) (2014): 239–49. (DOI: 10.4312/mz.50.2.239-249)

‘Precision and Soul: The Relationship between Science and Religion in the Operas Wozzeck and Arabella’. PhD thesis, King’s College London, 2013. (