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Applying Rhythmic Similarity Based On Inner Metric Analysis To Folksong Research

Anja Volk, Jörg Garbers, Peter Van Kranenburg, Frans Wiering, Remco C. Veltkamp, Louis P. Grijp
2007 Zenodo  
DEFINING A MEASURE FOR SYMBOLIC RHYTHMIC SIMILARITY This section introduces our rhythmic similarity measure that is based on Inner Metric Analysis (IMA).  ...  Inner Metric Analysis Inner Metric Analysis (see [2] , [5] ) describes the inner metric structure of a piece of music generated by the actual notes inside the bars as opposed to the outer metric structure  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1416829 fatcat:gdtz2pfqxrf2dgekwcpaslykmm

Comparing Computational Approaches to Rhythmic and Melodic Similarity in Folksong Research [chapter]

Anja Volk, Jörg Garbers, Peter van Kranenburg, Frans Wiering, Louis Grijp, Remco C. Veltkamp
2009 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
Similarity rankings based on Transportation Distances are compared to an approach of rhythmic similarity based on Inner Metric Analysis proposed in this paper.  ...  In this paper we compare computational approaches to rhythmic and melodic similarity in order to find relevant features characterizing similarity in a large collection of Dutch folksongs.  ...  In this paper we focus on rhythmic similarity by comparing similarity rankings based on Inner Metric Analysis (IMA) to Transportation Distances (see [6] and [1] ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04579-0_8 fatcat:6ppltq6oinag5hygihgo3dylwq

Modelling Folksong Melodies

Frans Wiering, Remco C Veltkamp, Jörg Garbers, Anja Volk, Peter van Kranenburg, Louis P Grijp
2009 Interdisciplinary Science Reviews  
, Music information retrieval, Folksong, Melodic similarly measure, WITCHCRAFT  ...  Because of its size, composition and quality of metadata, Onder de groene linde is a unique resource for studying the musical properties of folksongs.  ...  We thank musicologists Ellen van der Grij n, Mariet Kaptein and Marieke Klein for their contribution to the annotation method and for creating the annotations.  ... 
doi:10.1179/174327909x441081 fatcat:ynij6culcjc2vgknyymd4kehcm

An Interactive Learning-aid System for Analytical Comprehension of Music by Highlighting Orchestral Score in Colors

Masaki Matsubara, Masaki Suwa, Hiroaki Saito
2012 Transactions of the Japanese society for artificial intelligence  
The estimation is based on the similarity metric of four musical features: rhythmic activity, sonic richness, melodic activity and consonance activity.  ...  ScoreIlluminator clusters the parts from an orchestral score according to their roles in the whole, and displays the clusters on the score by assigning a color to each cluster.  ...  Grijp: Applying Rhythmic Similarity Based on Inner Metric Analysis to Folksong Research, in Proc. of the 8th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, pp.  ... 
doi:10.1527/tjsai.27.281 fatcat:535scl2bjreqzpdbef753twwvi

Supporting Folk-Song Research By Automatic Metric Learning And Ranking

Korinna Bade, Andreas Nürnberger, Sebastian Stober, Jörg Garbers, Frans Wiering
2009 Zenodo  
Special thanks to contributing developers and data providers.  ...  This work was supported by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research within the WITCH-CRAFT project NWO 640-003-501, the German Research Foundation (DFG), and the German National Merit Foundation  ...  Second, none of the above approaches is based on constrained metric learning, which is applied here, except for the approach presented in [13] that uses similar constraints to guide the clustering of  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1418164 fatcat:d2ue6goz65b4hkgkdp4ipzaizq

Generating Time: Rhythmic Perception, Prediction and Production with Recurrent Neural Networks

Andrew Elmsley (né Lambert), Tillman Weyde, Newton Armstrong
2017 Journal of Creative Music Systems  
Our research explores a connectionist machine learning approach to expressive rhythm generation, based on cognitive and neurological models.  ...  Based on the encouraging results, we conclude that the GFNN-LSTM model has great potential to add the ability to follow and generate expressive rhythmic structures to real-time interactive systems.  ...  Acknowledgements Many thanks to Alvaro Correia, Julien Krywyk and Jean-Baptiste Rémy for helping to curate the audio examples. Andrew J.  ... 
doi:10.5920/jcms.2017.04 fatcat:7733bsqwafevbhmcuwrkpwibsa

Meter Detection In Symbolic Music Using A Lexicalized Pcfg

Andrew McLeod, Mark Steedman
2017 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
(Abstract to follow)  ...  Inner Metric Analysis (IMA) was first proposed for music analysis by Volk [12] , though only as a method to analyse the rhythmic stress of a piece, not to detect the meter of that piece.  ...  This remains one of the only successful models for meter detection to use a grammar thus far, though similar grammars have been used for rhythmic and tempo analysis where the meter is given [6] [7] [8  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1401966 fatcat:coee47zuzrg2tkhcbxyek7owgm

Using Pitch Stability Among A Group Of Aligned Query Melodies To Retrieve Unidentified Variant Melodies

Jörg Garbers, Peter Van Kranenburg, Anja Volk, Frans Wiering, Remco C. Veltkamp, Louis P. Grijp
2007 Zenodo  
To further improve on harmonic generalization from pitches, we consider to apply automatic harmonic analysis.  ...  In the WITCHCRAFT project (What Is Topical in Cultural Heritage: Content-based Retrieval Among Folksong Tunes) we try to aid this process with computational methods based on the musical content.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1418191 fatcat:4btg5irgmzau5gmed6vugh6rya

Poetic metre as a function of language: linguistic grounds for metrical variation in Estonian runosongs

Mari Sarv
2020 Studia Metrica et Poetica  
The article focuses on the relationship of language and metre in case of oral poetry, more exactly, to what extent and through which processes the changes in language have induced the changes in metre  ...  variation of runosong is entirely explicable by the impact of much later language changes (approximately 500 to 700 years ago) and seems not to be able to answer the questions related to the emergence  ...  The discovery of the quantity-based model of Kalevala-metre described on the basis of Karelian runosongs by Genetz was soon assumed to apply to the whole runosong tradition, including Estonian runosongs  ... 
doi:10.12697/smp.2019.6.2.04 fatcat:ulugnk3yrfbylj7hsxcdocji5a

What Is Melodic Accent? Converging Evidence from Musical Practice

David Huron, Matthew Royal
1996 Music Perception  
For bass accent, the opposite signs would apply, hence A3 would be +3, F4 would be -5, and so on.  ...  One can study hypothetical notions of melodic accent in a similar way, by examining the coincidence of proposed melodic accents with points in the metric hierarchy.  ... 
doi:10.2307/40285700 fatcat:w24q3ev5w5cipj7rzturuoyg44

Content-Based Music Information Retrieval: Current Directions and Future Challenges

M.A. Casey, R. Veltkamp, M. Goto, M. Leman, C. Rhodes, M. Slaney
2008 Proceedings of the IEEE  
resulted in many proposed algorithmic and methodological solutions to music search using content-based methods.  ...  Music is one of the most popular types of online information and there are now hundreds of music streaming and download services operating on the World-Wide Web.  ...  [93] demonstrate that folksong melodies belonging to the same melody group can successfully be retrieved based on rhythmic similarity.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2008.916370 fatcat:ynpw7lyf6fchfdzzl5jll22cee

The musical faces of South Korea's East Coast shaman tradition: an exploration into personal style formation and expression

Simon Mills, Sung-Hee Park
2017 Ethnomusicology Forum  
Focusing on three generations of ritualists from a single troupe, music analysis and the ritualists' own testimonies, this study reveals some markedly contrasting takes on tradition.  ...  The full-text may be used and/or reproduced, and given to third parties in any format or medium, without prior permission or charge, for personal research or study, educational, or not-for-prot purposes  ...  - rhythmic placement, as confirmed by micro-rhythmic analysis (see Mills 2011).  ... 
doi:10.1080/17411912.2017.1305283 fatcat:wr4x62bgafgk7km3gmh73iawpe

A Comparison between Global and Local Features for Computational Classification of Folk Song Melodies

Peter van Kranenburg, Anja Volk, Frans Wiering
2013 Journal of New Music Research  
However, from an annotation study on perceived melodic similarity and human categorization in music it followed that local features of melodies are most important to classify and recognize melodies.  ...  We use a feature evaluation criterion that is based on the performance of a nearest-neighbour classifier. As distance measure for vectors of global features, we use the Euclidian distance.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09298215.2012.718790 fatcat:zgtbjzejl5bflfzgiybbs3hfp4

A Triumph of Musical Order? Multiple Sources of Inspiration in "Prelude and Canon," Forty-Four Duos no. 37

2021 Studia Musicologica  
A contrapuntal short piece from the Forty-Four Duos, namely no. 37 "Prelude and Canon", can be considered an appropriate material in order to examine how these different viewpoints are applied in an analysis  ...  This can be regarded as a kind of compositional virtuosity; especially because it is not easy to write such canons on an original theme, much less on an original folk tune.  ...  Here the musical similarity is striking, as asymmetric short rhythmic figures move in inversion. In these two sections, the actual meaning of the "laughter" can, however, differ.  ... 
doi:10.1556/6.2021.00008 fatcat:mkkzsy56b5a7rbgdliuti6fwmy

A computer-aided methodology for the analysis and classification of British-Canadian children's traditional singing games

F. E. Ann Osborn
1988 Computers and the Humanities  
These restrictions he says "are based on the need for an homogeneous base of material which avoids the philological, genetic, and fo lk lo ristic problems common to folksong research" (note 4, p. 295).  ...  Sentieri (1978) applied a similar analysis of frequency of interval occurrence of two to four note melodic patterns as well as of two to four note rhythmic patterns to determine style changes in composers  ...  The following variants are similar to each other, and seem to be based on Rimbault's, or the Tommy Thumb version of the text, except no man is set to watch, and the la st verse is as Rimbault's.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00118890 fatcat:vy2tctmysngrlhmlza645py46a
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