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Author : Jan Beran
language : en
Publisher: CRC Press
Release Date : 2003-07-15
Download Statistics In Musicology written by Jan Beran and has been published by CRC Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2003-07-15 with Mathematics categories.
Traditionally, statistics and music are not generally associated with each other. However, ...intelligent... music software, computer digitization, and other advanced techniques and technologies have precipitated the need for standard statistical models to answer basic musicological questions. Statistics In Musicology presents an unprecedented introduction to statistical and mathematical methods developed for use in music analysis, music theory, and performance theory. It explores concrete methods for data generation and numerical encoding of musical data and serves as a practical reference for a wide audience, including statisticians, mathematicians, musicologists, and musicians.
Author : Eric Clarke
language : en
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Release Date : 2004-09-02
Download Empirical Musicology written by Eric Clarke and has been published by Oxford University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2004-09-02 with Music categories.
The study of music is always, to some extent, "empirical," in that it involves testing ideas and interpretations against some kind of external reality. But in musicology, the kinds of empirical approaches familiar in the social sciences have played a relatively marginal role, being generally restricted to inter-disciplinary areas such as psychology and sociology of music. Rather than advocating a new kind of musicology, Empirical Musicology provides a guide to empirical approaches that are ready for incorporation into the contemporary musicologist's toolkit. Its nine chapters cover perspectives from music theory, computational musicology, ethnomusicology, and the psychology and sociology of music, as well as an introduction to musical data analysis and statistics. This book shows that such approaches could play an important role in the further development of the discipline as a whole, not only through the application of statistical and modeling methods to musical scores but also--and perhaps more importantly--in terms of understanding music as a complex social practice.
Author : Soubhik Chakraborty
language : en
Release Date : 2014-11-27
Download Computational Musicology In Hindustani Music written by Soubhik Chakraborty and has been published by Springer this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2014-11-27 with Computers categories.
The book opens with a short introduction to Indian music, in particular classical Hindustani music, followed by a chapter on the role of statistics in computational musicology. The authors then show how to analyze musical structure using Rubato, the music software package for statistical analysis, in particular addressing modeling, melodic similarity and lengths, and entropy analysis; they then show how to analyze musical performance. Finally, they explain how the concept of seminatural composition can help a music composer to obtain the opening line of a raga-based song using Monte Carlo simulation. The book will be of interest to musicians and musicologists, particularly those engaged with Indian music.
language : en
Release Date : 1954
Download Bulletin Of The United States Bureau Of Labor Statistics written by and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 1954 with Labor categories.
Author : European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music
language : en
Release Date : 2004
Download Cim04 Conference On Interdisciplinary Musicology written by European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2004 with Interdisciplinary research categories.
Disc contains proceedings of the conference in PDF format. It can be read on either a PC or Macintosh platform.
Author : Dorottya Fabian
language : en
Publisher: Open Book Publishers
Release Date : 2015-08-17
Download A Musicology Of Performance written by Dorottya Fabian and has been published by Open Book Publishers this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2015-08-17 with Music categories.
This book examines the nature of musical performance. In it, Dorottya Fabian explores the contributions and limitations of some of these approaches to performance, be they theoretical, cultural, historical, perceptual, or analytical. Through a detailed investigation of recent recordings of J. S. Bach’s Six Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin, she demonstrates that music performance functions as a complex dynamical system. Only by crossing disciplinary boundaries, therefore, can we put the aural experience into words. A Musicology of Performance provides a model for such a method by adopting Deleuzian concepts and various empirical and interdisciplinary procedures. Fabian provides a case study in the repertoire, while presenting new insights into the state of baroque performance practice at the turn of the twenty-first century. Through its wealth of audio examples, tables, and graphs, the book offers both a sensory and a scholarly account of musical performance. These interactive elements map the connections between historically informed and mainstream performance styles, considering them in relation to broader cultural trends, violin schools, and individual artistic trajectories. A Musicology of Performance is a must read for academics and post-graduate students and an essential reference point for the study of music performance, the early music movement, and Bach’s opus.
Author : Ingmar Bredies
language : en
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Release Date : 2007-11-22
Download Aspects Of The Orange Revolution Iii written by Ingmar Bredies and has been published by Columbia University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2007-11-22 with Political Science categories.
The third volume of "Aspects of the Orange Revolution" complements the essays of the first two collections providing further historical background on, and analytical insight into, the events at Kyiv in late 2004. Its seven contributions by both established and younger specialists range from electoral statistics to musicology, and deal with, among other issues, such questions as: Why had blatant election fraud not generated mass protest before 2004, but, in that year, did? How was Viktor Yushchenko able to collect enough votes to defeat the establishment candidate Viktor Yanukovych, and become the new President of a socially, geographically and culturally divided country? How was it possible to prevent large-scale violence, and which role did the judiciary play during the quasi-revolutionary events in autumn-winter 2004? What legal foundations and court decisions made the repetition of the second round of the presidential elections possible? Which campaign instruments, and political 'technologies' were applied by various domestic and foreign actors to activate the Ukrainian population? How did the internet and music become factors in the emergence of mass protests involving hundreds of thousands of people? To which degree and how did external influences affect the Orange Revolution? Erik S. Herron, Paul E. Johnson, Dominique Arel, Ivan Katchanovski, Ralph S. Clem, Peter R. Craumer, Hartmut Rank, Stephan Heidenhain, Adriana Helbig, and Andrew Wilson present a multifarious panorama of the origins and dynamics of the processes that changed the nature of political and civic life during and between the three rounds of Ukraine's fateful 2004 presidential elections.