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David Temperley, Music and Probability

Marcus Pearce, Daniel Müllensiefen, David Lewis, Christophe Rhodes
2007 Empirical Musicology Review  
Another point that seems problematic about the concept of communicative pressure is that, unlike David Huron in his recent book (Huron, 2006) , Temperley makes no clear distinction between musical models  ...  the probability of the theory given musical examples.  ... 
doi:10.18061/1811/29399 fatcat:hiz6j3x6wrfuvfc3m7nmkwctma

Review of David Temperley,Music and Probability(MIT Press, 2007)

David Casacuberta
2010 Music Theory Online  
Introduction [1] In Music and Probability, David Temperley presents a meaningful analysis of the cognitive resources implied in music perception, providing a sound and coherent series of models based on  ...  The reader learns how the brain uses the mathematical nature of music to perceive and create music. Music and Probability?  ... 
doi:10.30535/mto.16.2.9 fatcat:i7uscyuosnav3jdphkvruaj7ri

David Temperley, The Cognition of Basic Musical Structures, Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press 2001

Markus Neuwirth
2005 Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Musiktheorie [Journal of the German-Speaking Society of Music Theory]  
Temperleys nächstes Buch Music and Probability(geplant für 2006) wird darauf eine Antwort geben.  ...  Neben dem Facettenreichtum der musiktheoretischen Forschung Temperleys soll dadurch insbesondere der Weg zu seiner nächsten, für das Jahr 2006 geplanten selbständigen Veröffentlichung »Music and Probability  ... 
doi:10.31751/196 fatcat:oktlkfo7u5befgelxvkj57uj4q

Musical Probability and the Music of Claude Debussy. Expectancy and Information in (…Bruyères) and the String Quartet

Daniel Shanahan
2022 GMTH Proceedings  
In his recent book Music and Probability 10 David Temperley constructs a generative model for musical probability through the use of Bayesian probability.  ...  Temperley, Music and Probability, p. 112.  ... 
doi:10.31751/p.100 fatcat:n3mk7inuarbdra6ka6c6izswma

Music-Language Correlations and the "Scotch Snap"

Nicholas Temperley, David Temperley
2011 Music Perception  
A musical corpus analysis shows that the SS is common in both Scottish and English songs, but virtually nonexistent in German and Italian songs.  ...  This is the first study known to us that establishes a correlation between speech rhythms in languages and musical rhythms in the songs of those languages.  ...  Indeed, in searching for correlations between linguistic and musical rhythm, it makes sense to consider vocal music first, since correlations with language are probably more likely to be found there; if  ... 
doi:10.1525/mp.2011.29.1.51 fatcat:osetf3l7pnbt3aeh6kvf4hgy2y

Modeling Common-Practice Rhythm

David Temperley
2010 Music Perception  
THIS STUDY EXPLORES WAYS OF MODELING the compositional processes involved in common-practice rhythm (as represented by European classical music and folk music).  ...  Two corpora were used: a corpus of European folk songs (the Essen Folksong Collection) and a corpus of Mozart and Haydn string quartets.  ...  Corresponding concerning this article should be addressed to David Temperley, Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY 14604.  ... 
doi:10.1525/mp.2010.27.5.355 fatcat:7pkg7j2udbcnvnnylfcon75fia

Stress-meter alignment in French vocal music

Nicholas Temperley, David Temperley
2013 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
While conflicts between stress and meter are much more common in French than in English vocal music, these results suggest that French poets and composers recognized distinctions of stress between syllables  ...  of polysyllabic words and between monosyllabic content and function words.  ...  Temperley and D.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.4807566 pmid:23862827 fatcat:p33zyjgs45alropddwngmabl7u

Probabilistic Models of Melodic Interval

David Temperley
2014 Music Perception  
; in the Gaussian model, the interval probability is a simple mathematical function of the size of the note's melodic interval and its position in relation to the range of the melody.  ...  Possible ways of improving the models are discussed, as well as their broader implications for music cognition.  ...  Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to David Temperley, Eastman School of Music, 26 Gibbs St., Rochester, NY 14604. E-mail: dtemperley@esm.rochester.edu  ... 
doi:10.1525/mp.2014.32.1.85 fatcat:mjztk3j7hzb45lnrgngfw5csze

Response to David Temperley's Commentary

William Thomson
2006 Empirical Musicology Review  
The response includes a discussion of strengths and limitations of atemporal models of musical perception, with particular attention to presentations such as those of Carol Krumhansl and Fred Lerdahl.  ...  The author responds to points raised in David Temperley's commentary, which appeared in Vol. 1, No. 2 of Empirical Musicology Review.  ...  The melodies of David Raksin's classic "Laura" and Alabama's "Now Your Man Done Gone" do not.  ... 
doi:10.18061/1811/24066 fatcat:3ycsqevsebcfrfh777hzrirk4q

A Probabilistic Model of Melody Perception

David Temperley
2008 Cognitive Science  
This study presents a probabilistic model of melody perception, which infers the key of a melody and also judges the probability of the melody itself.  ...  The model is tested in three ways: on a key-finding task, on a melodic expectation task, and on an error-detection task.  ...  Melodic expectation has been the subject of a great deal of research in music psychology and music theory. Of particular interest here is an experimental study by Cuddy and Lunney [9] .  ... 
doi:10.1080/03640210701864089 pmid:21635341 fatcat:h3cj2rnefbhurltomvtzki2pnu

Bayesian Models of Musical Structure and Cognition

David Temperley
2004 Musicae Scientiae  
This paper explores the application of Bayesian probabilistic modeling to issues of music cognition and music theory.  ...  Bayesian modeling also relates in interesting ways to a number of other musical issues, including musical tension, ambiguity, expectation, and the quantitative description of styles and stylistic differences  ...  Music and Probability More than forty years ago, Leonard B.  ... 
doi:10.1177/102986490400800204 fatcat:txx4qeuqyzgq5dingdl5vjlm5y

Transcribing Human Piano Performances Into Music Notation

Andrea Cogliati, David Temperley, Zhiyao Duan
2016 Zenodo  
The probability of a TRC only depends on the previous TRC, and the probability of beats and notes within a TRC only depends on the TRC.  ...  The initial analysis of the piece is done through a probabilistic model proposed by Temperley to jointly estimate meter, harmony and streams [18] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1416465 fatcat:cbtby4uigzaaxicvdswzlr3p3q

A Bayesian Approach to Key-Finding [chapter]

David Temperley
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The key-profile model (originally proposed by Krumhansl and Schmuckler, and modified by Temperley) has proven to be a highly successful approach to key-finding.  ...  This move sheds interesting light on a number of issues, including the psychological motivation for the key-profile model, other aspects of musical cognition such as metrical analysis, and issues such  ...  It is well known that, in hearing a piece of music, listeners generally form expectations as to what is coming next; and some theorists have argued that the way music fulfills and denies expectations is  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45722-4_18 fatcat:3y4imfkaybagvhtlg63e6h53oe

Note-Level Music Transcription By Maximum Likelihood Sampling

Zhiyao Duan, David Temperley
2014 Zenodo  
Attribution: Zhiyao Duan, David Temperley. "Note-level Music Transcription by Maximum Likelihood Sampling", 15th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, 2014.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We thank Emmanouil Benetos and Anssi Klapuri for providing the source code or executable program of their transcription systems for comparison. c Zhiyao Duan, David Temperley.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1416533 fatcat:p2kz2soouzduznspyrn76kluzu

The melodic-harmonic 'divorce' in rock

DAVID TEMPERLEY
2007 Popular Music  
Several authors have observed that rock music sometimes features a kind of independence or 'divorce' between melody and harmony.  ...  I argue that this does occur frequently in rock -often with respect to the local harmony, and sometimes with respect to the underlying tonic harmony as well.  ...  For evidence on the distribution of scale-degrees in common-practice music, see Temperley (2004, p. 181 ). 4.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261143007001249 fatcat:fhxtpx7pizevhaomyrnms2s7fe
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