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Musician Problem: Internal and External Aspects

Ovan Bagus Jatmika
2020 Journal of Music Science Technology and Industry  
Results and discussion: Internal problems can be experienced by all music players without considering the kind of their performances (solo or ensemble), external problems specifically only appear in the  ...  The solution to the technical problems is trying to understand the score from the broadest possible perspective (accommodating at least three things: assumptions about the style of music, the intention  ...  In order to find solution to the problems that are mentioned above, I did a literature search on the treatise of music.  ... 
doi:10.31091/jomsti.v3i2.1151 fatcat:ntingr3suzhdpe2eszwbkjbooq

HASPO: Harmony Search-Based Parameter Optimization for Just-in-Time Software Defect Prediction in Maritime Software

Jonggu Kang, Sunjae Kwon, Duksan Ryu, Jongmoon Baik
2021 Applied Sciences  
Harmony search (HS) is a widely used music-inspired meta-heuristic optimization algorithm.  ...  However, we still consider that the prediction model has room for improvement since the parameters of the model are not optimized yet.  ...  Harmony Search The harmony search algorithm (HSA) is a population-based meta-heuristic optimization algorithm that imitates the music improvisation process where instrument Harmony Search The harmony  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11052002 fatcat:4z3qo7gtgrantlg2l7o3kz5rn4

A solution to energy and environmental problems of electric power system using hybrid harmony search-random search optimization algorithm

Vikram Kumar Kamboj, S.K. Bath, Kun Chen
2016 Cogent Engineering  
search-random search algorithm.  ...  This research paper presents aims to presents an effective solution for energy and environmental problems of electric power using an efficient and powerful hybrid optimization algorithm: Hybrid Harmony  ...  Materials and methods Hybrid harmony search-random search algorithm Harmony Search (HS) is a population-based meta-heuristics search algorithm inspired from the musical process of searching for a perfect  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311916.2016.1175059 fatcat:ll4m55xfcnbb5pleepyu2wjx3q

Autochoruscreator: Four-Part Chorus Generator With Musical Feature Control, Using Search Spaces Constructed From Rules Of Music Theory

Benjamin Evans, Satoru Fukayama, Masataka Goto, Nagisa Munekata, Tetsuo Ono
2014 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
Musical features can be adjusted individually for each player in the group of musicians, and yet a uniformed sound can be maintained in the ensemble as a whole.  ...  We have implemented both functions made from rules of harmony and functions that describe musical structure (musical features) in the search algorithm of the second module.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.850754 fatcat:ctsy4yyuo5hzxneujeyl3tywju

Tuning into the Music of Groups: A Metaphor for Team-Based Learning in Management Education

Kent D. Fairfield, Michael B. London
2003 Journal of Management Education  
This is a kind of jazz, and the group becomes a live ensemble with opportunities for rich dissonance as well as soothing harmony.  ...  They are mel- ody, harmony, dynamics, tempo, rhythm, and the players.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1052562903257939 fatcat:7wcddswsnvcordnzld4weikrju

A harmony search algorithm combined with differential operator applied to reliability-redundancy optimization

Leandro dos Santos Coelho, Diego Luis de Andrade Bernert, Viviana Cocco Mariani
2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics  
HS was conceptualized using an analogy with music improvisation process where music players improvise the pitches of their instruments to obtain better harmony.  ...  On the other hand, a broad class of metaheuristics has been developed for reliability-redundancy optimization. Recently, a new meta-heuristics called harmony search (HS) algorithm has emerged.  ...  CONCLUSION The HS is a music-inspired evolutionary algorithm, mimicking the improvisation process of music players [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsmc.2009.5345987 dblp:conf/smc/CoelhoBM09 fatcat:su5upkwjjvhtba6hzm2bgzzaue

Not playing any more: A qualitative investigation of why amateur musicians cease or continue membership of performing ensembles

Stephanie E. Pitts, Katharine Robinson, Kunshan Goh
2015 International Journal of Community Music  
We would also like to thank our participants for their time, ideas and encouragement of the project.  ...  Brian's involvement in music while studying another subject at university consisted of building his own record player and listening repeatedly to classical records, from which he "learnt about harmony  ...  For continuing players, these stresses were balanced by the satisfaction of being aware of their playing improving over time, or experiencing the support of other players and the conductor in gaining confidence  ... 
doi:10.1386/ijcm.8.2.129_1 fatcat:wrc2ppt7zjh2tc5z36ns6ptawe

Fuzzy-rough classifier ensemble selection

Ren Diao, Qiang Shen
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE 2011)  
Harmony search is then used to select a minimal subset of such artificial features that maximises the fuzzy-rough dependency measure.  ...  In this paper, a new approach to classifier ensemble selection based on fuzzyrough feature selection and harmony search is proposed.  ...  Other search mechanisms may help, harmony search (HS) [8] in particular, is a meta-heuristic algorithm that mimics the improvisation process of music players.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fuzzy.2011.6007400 dblp:conf/fuzzIEEE/DiaoS11 fatcat:awmvemny2na6bcwskptwk5lsua

Using Questions to Teach the National Standards in Rehearsal

Kevin Tutt
2007 Music Educators Journal  
You might move the trumpet player to the middle of the trom-bone section so she is surrounded by the harmony and better able to hear the musical ideas she should be referencing.  ...  I began to search for rehearsal techniques that~~ would teach the content outlined in the Standards and~~ improve performance at the same time.~ Traditionally, good ensemble rehearsal techniquẽ involves  ... 
doi:10.1177/002743210709300515 fatcat:nu6gjivrtrh55gi46wofxcihuu

On Large Ensembles: A Cross-Cultural Content Analysis of English- and Chinese-Language Articles (2007–2017)

Patrick K. Freer, Leonard Tan
2018 Bulletin of The Council For Research in Music Education  
Topics addressed in the articles included issues of equity and access, the value of large ensembles in young people's lives and to the field of music education, the development of large ensemble music  ...  This article reports a cross-cultural analysis of journal articles pertaining to large ensembles published in English and Chinese languages from 2007-17.  ...  Accordingly, several areas for improvement in music teacher education have been identified, including the training of large ensemble conductors.  ... 
doi:10.5406/bulcouresmusedu.218.0069 fatcat:73azup4yk5cubp5r46okosav7e

An improved harmony search algorithm for power economic load dispatch

Leandro dos Santos Coelho, Viviana Cocco Mariani
2009 Energy Conversion and Management  
A meta-heuristic algorithm called harmony search (HS), mimicking the improvisation process of music players, has been recently developed.  ...  This paper presents an improved harmony search (IHS) algorithm based on exponential distribution for solving economic dispatch problems.  ...  Classical harmony search algorithm Recently, Geem et al. [17] proposed a new HS meta-heuristic algorithm that was inspired by musical process of searching for a perfect state of harmony.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enconman.2009.05.034 fatcat:pp5kikno7fgo5gzc2ttplo7a5q

Novice Collaboration In Solo And Accompaniment Improvisation

Anne-Marie Skriver Hansen, Hans Jørgen Andersen
2012 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
Players related musically to each other: 1) accompanists in most teams established a ground rhythm, 2) players searched for a harmonic match and 3) players searched for thematic development by varying  ...  to correspond with sound parameters. 2) Harmony was important: a) soloists searched to activate the same tones as were contained in chords and b) accompanists searched to activate the chords that contained  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.850119 fatcat:5rxaoe35ezgv5fky67ropjwawm


V. H. Dutchak, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University
ensemble from the USA).  ...  This improvement allowed to compare the level of artistic creativity of different time periods.  ... 
doi:10.36059/978-966-397-143-8/17-37 fatcat:xkzmelcasnddjclajdgvzo7zpa

"All of the Rules of Jazz"

Brian A. Miller
2020 Music Theory Online  
The attempt to implement a sort of Turing test for jazz, and interest from organizations like DARPA in the results, raises important questions about the nature of improvisation and musical style, but also  ...  Though improvising computer systems are hardly new, jazz has recently become the focus of a number of novel computer music projects aimed at convincingly improvising alongside humans, with a particular  ...  These ensembles are constantly being reconfigured, with a subroutine running every few seconds to determine how many players to include in the next ensemble, whether to reset all players at once, whether  ... 
doi:10.30535/mto.26.3.6 fatcat:velagocoeffj5hea7q5ptyplgu

The genesis of urban music in Zaire

Kazadi Wa Mukuna
1992 African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music  
Harmonie Kinoise' and the 'Odeon Kinois', modelled after the 'Coastmen' and 'Club Americain', each had a musical ensemble of the same name.  ...  Beginning in 1963, new musical ensembles came into existence with the proliferation of existing groups and the increasing number of instrument players.  ... 
doi:10.21504/amj.v7i2.1945 fatcat:7ckjo7nirvdtbjeewwj6oiprya
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