Music Analysis East and West

(Computing in Musicology, 14)

 August 2006

Main emphasis: Computing approaches to the representation, interchange, and analysis of musical repertories that do not use conventional notation— in particular early Western European music and the art music of non-Western cultures.

Editors: Walter B. Hewlett and Eleanor Selfridge-Field

Center for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities

Published by The MIT Press

ISBN 0-262-58270-8

ISSN 1057-9478

Euporean Musicology
1. MusicXML in Commercial Applications
2. XML Applications in Music Scholarship
3. ROMA: A Relational Database for Musical Source Study

4. Aruspix: An Automatic Source-Comparison System

5. Wolfgang: Notation Software for Musicological Applications

6. Syllable Placement and Metrical Hierarchy in Motets


Eurasian Musicology
7. A Hidden Markov Model of Melody Production in Greek Church Chant
8. Information Management in the  Representation, Storage, and Analysis of Byzantine Chant


Asian Musicology
9. Representation and Automatic Transcription of Solo Tabla Music
10. Melodic Atoms, Ornamentation, Tuning and Intonation in Indian Classical Music
11. A Humdrum Representation for Japanese Koto Music

12. An Analysis of Melismatic Patterns in Koto Songs

13. Microtonal Matching with MTRI








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Eleanor Selfridge-Field

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