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Empirical Musicology Review Supplementary Materials

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  1. Supplementary Materials for "Investigating Periodic Body Motions as a Tacit Reference Structure in Norwegian Telespringar Performance"

    Haugen, Mari Romarheim
    The pulse level in music is often described as a series of isochronous beats that provides an underlying reference structure against which we perceive rhythmic patterns. This notion is challenged by music styles that seem to feature an underlying reference structure that consists of beats of uneven duration, such as certain traditional Scandinavian dance music genres in so-called asymmetrical meter. This study investigates periodic body motion as a reference structure in a specific style of traditional Norwegian dance music called telespringar. The intimate relationship between music and motion is often highlighted in rhythm studies of telespringar, so this study encompasses...
    - 26-abr-2017

  2. Supplementary Materials for "Sonata Form in the Nineteenth-Century Symphony"

    Cannon, Steven Craig
    This paper presents an analytical survey of 283 symphonies dating from 1800–1899. Features of full symphonies include the rate of compositional output over the course of the century, the number, order, and keys of movements, and the prevalence of sonata form. Individual movements that use sonata form receive greater attention, including analysis of the general proportions of internal sections (that is, relative lengths of slow introductions, expositions, developments, and recapitulations plus codas), as well as overall tonal plans.
    - 11-ene-2017

  3. Supplementary Material for "The 'Rhythmic Fingerprint': An Extension of the nPVI to Quantify Rhythmic Influence"

    Daniele, Joseph R.
    This article is in response to Leigh Van Handel’s "The war of the Romantics: An alternative hypothesis using nPVI for the quantitative anthropology of music." (2016) I address comments made in Van Handel's response and propose a new tool, the "rhythmic fingerprint," to move away from representing a composer as a single value (e.g. mean nPVI) and more accurately quantify and classify rhythmic influence within a composer's lifetime.
    - 11-ene-2017

  4. Supplementary Materials for "Expectancy-violation and information-theoretic models of melodic complexity"

    Eerola, Tuomas
    The present study assesses two types of models for melodic complexity: one based on expectancy violations and the other one related to an information-theoretic account of redundancy in music. Seven different datasets spanning artificial sequences, folk and pop songs were used to refine and assess the models. The refinement eliminated unnecessary components from both types of models. The final analysis pitted three variants of the two model types against each other and could explain from 46-74% of the variance in the ratings across the datasets. The most parsimonious models were identified with an information-theoretic criterion. This suggested that the simplified...
    - 04-ene-2017

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