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Music Retrieval By Rhythmic Similarity Applied On Greek And African Traditional Music

Iasonas Antonopoulos, Aggelos Pikrakis, Sergios Theodoridis, Olmo Cornelis, Dirk Moelants, Marc Leman
2007 Zenodo  
The method yielded satisfactory results on coprora of traditional Greek and African music.  ...  The next section focuses on evaluating this matching scheme on two corpora of traditional Greek and African music.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1417503 fatcat:tmkizrafwjbkxaafwwg3mgcq74

Computational Ethnomusicology: A Music Information Retrieval Perspective

George Tzanetakis
2014 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
Acknowledgments The author would like to acknowledge Daniel Peter Biro, Ajay Kapur, Peter van Kranenburg, Andrew Schloss, and Matthew Wright who in different ways have worked with him on interesting computational  ...  For example the use of rhythmic similarity for Greek and African music has been investigated [18] as well as for Turkish music [19] .  ...  Greek music contains uneven rhythms and has been investigated in the context of rhythmic similarity [18] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.850463 fatcat:pu6n6on33va45dcmbqt2j45bri

Modeling the tendency for music to induce movement in humans: First correlations with low-level audio descriptors across music genres

Guy Madison, Fabien Gouyon, Fredrik Ullén, Kalle Hörnström
2011 Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance  
Here, correlations were assessed between listeners' ratings and a number of quantitative descriptors of rhythmic properties for one hundred music examples from five distinct traditional music genres.  ...  The results are discussed from a functional perspective of rhythmic music to enable and facilitate entrainment and precise synchronization among individuals.  ...  Stimuli Twenty music examples were selected from each of five music genres, namely traditional folk music from a certain region, here referred to as Greek, Indian, Jazz, Samba, and West African, making  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0024323 pmid:21728462 fatcat:qhingbwd5nguvisc3gjfyafdxa

On the suitability of state-of-the-art music information retrieval methods for analyzing, categorizing and accessing non-Western and ethnic music collections

Thomas Lidy, Carlos N. Silla, Olmo Cornelis, Fabien Gouyon, Andreas Rauber, Celso A.A. Kaestner, Alessandro L. Koerich
2010 Signal Processing  
This leaves the question whether current music information retrieval approaches can also be applied to collections of non-Western and in particular ethnic music with completely different characteristics  ...  With increasing amounts of music being available in digital form, research in music information retrieval has turned into a dominant field to support organization of and easy access to large collections  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the Royal Museum of Central-Africa (RMCA), Belgium, for providing the data set of African music.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sigpro.2009.09.014 fatcat:lbqb2ilhbngkbbb57monxdobdu

Parataxis: Morphological Similarity In Traditional Music

Andre Holzapfel, Yannis Stylianou
2010 Zenodo  
Recently, similarity in folk song and traditional melodies has drawn increasing attention of the Music Information Retrieval research community.  ...  The rhythmic aspects, such as the computation of onset strength signals (OSS), rhythmic similarity and beat tracking on this kind of music has been the subject of investigation in other publications [  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1416895 fatcat:cykxc3k7zjdfvbjkoyz7scx7me

Computational Analysis of Turkish Makam Music: Review of State-of-the-Art and Challenges

Barış Bozkurt, Ruhi Ayangil, André Holzapfel
2014 Journal of New Music Research  
This review will potentially be useful for computational studies on other makam traditions.  ...  Turkish makam music shares concepts, terminology and the practices with music of a large geographical region of northern African and Asian countries, especially that of Near East (Stubbs, 1994, pp.2).  ...  On a more practical level, such an alignment enables to browse music performances in a structural way using intelligent media players, or one can pursue the task of retrieving similar tunes by applying  ... 
doi:10.1080/09298215.2013.865760 fatcat:tcyti6gntbbm3acw3ehuhwi4hu

You Call That Singing? Ensemble Classification For Multi-Cultural Collections Of Music Recordings

Polina Proutskova, Michael A. Casey
2009 Zenodo  
Cross-cultural MIR studies include discriminating mood taxonomy of Chinese traditional music and Western classical music [15] , retrieval through metric similarity for Greek and Central African music  ...  Several researchers performed rhythmic analysis and classification based on beat features for such repertories like Malay, Greek, Central African traditional music as well as Afro-Cuban music [11, 12,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1418182 fatcat:adzfb7srxrdtlp5in7fvme7cza

The Modulation Scale Spectrum and its Application to Rhythm-Content Description

Ugo Marchand, Geoffroy Peeters
2014 International Conference on Digital Audio Effects  
We evaluate the ability of this representation to catch rhythm characteristics on a classification task.  ...  This implies that two timestretched version of a same music track will have (almost) the same Scale Spectrum.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was founded by the French government Programme Investissements d'Avenir (PIA) through the Bee Music Project.  ... 
dblp:conf/dafx/MarchandP14 fatcat:exv6lol34bh2rlihp3er6ldslq

Automatic analysis of time varying metrical structures in music

Kushagra Sharma, Ajay Srinivasamurthy, Xavier Serra
2017 Zenodo  
Time varying metrical structures are a part of various music cultures and genres like classical music, African music, progressive rock music etc.  ...  This thesis aims to infer and track the musical meter of such musical pieces by proposing extensions to a data driven Bayesian model which simultaneously infers the tempo, beats and downbeats of a musical  ...  Art Music, Greek Music and Cretan Music.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3770127 fatcat:cxg2d76vkbd33a37a27ifqxnyu

In Search of Automatic Rhythm Analysis Methods for Turkish and Indian Art Music

Ajay Srinivasamurthy, André Holzapfel, Xavier Serra
2014 Journal of New Music Research  
We then evaluate several methodologies from the state of the art in Music Information Retrieval (MIR) for these tasks, using manually annotated datasets of Turkish and Indian music.  ...  The aim of this paper is to identify and discuss various methods in computational rhythm description of Carnatic and Hindustani music of India, and Makam music of Turkey.  ...  The algorithm was tested on East-European music styles, including Greek traditional dance music.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09298215.2013.879902 fatcat:ehr432lz7bdvdpnuywtk542pe4

Essential Characteristics and Content of the Concept of Contemporary Pop Vocal-Performing Thesaurus

Tatiana Kulaha, Natalia Segeda
2021 Knowledge organization  
We outline some characteristic features of contemporary pop music, the specific components of contemporary non-classical vocal techniques, and modes of presentation of musical information, which are used  ...  We emphasize that the results of our research enable modification of the educational process in the context of contemporary pop vocal, by means of its updating and supplementing with unconventional approaches  ...  , Irish, African and Asian songs.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2021-2-140 fatcat:62lqg73wxbacppldwhmn5xljdm

Prime Decomposition Encoding: An Analytical Tool by the Use of Arithmetic Mapping of Drum-Set Timelines

Carlos Mathias, Carlos Almada
2021 MusMat|: Brazilian Journal of Music and Mathematics  
Geometrical representation of the grooves, adopting terminology and methodology proposed by Gottfried Toussaint [19], is also provided.  ...  A group of algorithms were developed in order to encode drum-set timelines (as well as to retrieve the original rhythms from the codes), either individually or taken together, forming grooves.  ...  In much traditional, classical, and contemporary music around the world, one hears a distinctive and characteristic rhythm that appears to be an essential feature of the music, that stands out above the  ... 
doi:10.46926/musmat.2021v5n2.41-64 fatcat:e7jbffhdfjhvpk7wqd5g4qxh3q

The Correspondence Between Composition in Fine Arts and Music throughout History [article]

Aleksey Nikolsky
2021 figshare.com  
Hence, drawing parallels between the typologies of visual composition in works of realistic art, on the one hand, and the typologies of music texture and schemes of harmonic organization in music compositions  ...  potentially help detect the general course of the evolution of music and sketch its global history in a manner similar to existing histo [...]  ...  And this is what a closer look at the musical tradition of Central African Pygmies tells. Indeed, adult pygmies engage only in collective multi-part music.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.15081477.v1 fatcat:mc6iigqtvrghvbbryfkdh7qx7y

Dancing with the Dragon: Orality and (body) language(s) in a live performance of Beowulf

Jeff Kaplan
2017 Nordic Theatre Journal  
Working with the Beowulf poem for stage revealed the mnemonic quality of alliteration, the pervasive use of rhythmic patterns to signal shifts in ideas (a strategy similar to West African dance), and perhaps  ...  As impetus for choreography, the verse contains rhythmic information, corresponding to musical/dance concepts such as pick-ups, counterpoint, and syncopation.  ...  In a typical "West African" dance class (usually focusing on traditional steps from nations such as Ghana, Senegal, and Mali), dancers repeat movements as directed by the teacher, in the center of the  ... 
doi:10.7146/nts.v28i2.25534 fatcat:mjzbydxwnnejhdly4mcrf2auva

Section 3: The Arabian Peninsula [chapter]

2017 The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music  
L ib ra r y o f Congress C a ta lo g in g -in -P u b lic a tio n D a ta The Garland encyclopedia o f world music / [advisory editors, Bruno N ettl and Ruth M .  ...  any information storage or retrieval system, w ithout permission in w riting from the publisher.  ...  During, Jean, Zia Mirabdolbaghi, and Dariush Safrat. 1991. The Art of Persian Music. Washington, D.C.: Mage. Farhat, Hormoz. 1990  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315086460-24 fatcat:b5dm7bgxfzcjvm2vbkijzydbha
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