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Empirical Musicology Review: Volume 5, Number 2 (2010)

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  1. Announcements

    Keller, Peter
    Calls for papers, conferences and podcasts
    - 29-ago-2017

  2. Dynamic Levels in Classical and Romantic Keyboard Music: Effect of Musical Mode

    Ladinig, Olivia; Huron, David
    An analysis of dynamic markings in 140 works representing three musical periods (Classical, early Romantic, late Romantic) is reported. We tested the hypothesis that minor-mode music from the Romantic period is more likely to exhibit louder dynamic levels than minor-mode music from the Classical period. This hypothesis was motivated by the theory that in the Romantic period, in addition to conveying sadness, the minor mode was more likely to be used to convey affects that are associated with higher dynamic levels, such as seriousness, passion or aggression. Our analysis showed no absolute differences regarding the notated dynamic levels of the...
    - 29-ago-2017

  3. Empirical Musicology Review: Serialist Claims versus Sonic Reality

    Thomson, William
    This study examines the descriptive mores of Serialism, as found in writings of leading American academics of the past half-century. A serious gap is revealed, especially between claims made for structural conditions rooted in dodecaphonic procedures and the actual kinetics of music as heard. Curious (and debilitating) ambiguities and dead ends are noted in terms used to define critical perceptual conditions in such music; some claims of significance for features of 12- tone rows in certain works are revealed as wholly irrelevant to music as sonic event. Most prominent of the writings discussed are those of Milton Babbitt, Allen Forte...
    - 29-ago-2017

  4. An Association between Breaking Voice and Grief-related Lyrics in Country Music

    Paul, Brandon; Huron, David
    Thirty-one instances of breaking voice were identified in recordings of Country songs. Song lyrics were rated by independent judges for grief-related content in both breaking-voice songs and matched control songs. Judges compared pairs of lyrics for target and control songs at four context sizes: entire sets of lyrics, single stanzas, isolated lines, and individual words where the breaking voice occurs. An association was found between instances of breaking voice and grief-related content for individual words but not for the larger lyrical contexts. The results are consistent with the idea that breaking voice provides an affective cue conveying, evoking or highlighting...
    - 29-ago-2017

  5. Editor's Note

    Keller, Peter E.
    Editor's Note
    - 29-ago-2017

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