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Theme And Variation Encodings With Roman Numerals (Tavern): A New Data Set For Symbolic Music Analysis

Johanna Devaney, Claire Arthur, Nathaniel Condit-Schultz, Kirsten Nisula
2015 Zenodo  
This paper presents the Theme And Variation Encodings with Roman Numerals (TAVERN) datase 2 , a new dataset of segmented and analyzed symbolic classical music.  ...  TAVERN consists of 27 theme and variations sets by Mozart and Beethoven, segmented into phrases and analyzed in terms of both Roman numeral chord labels and chord function.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1417497 fatcat:46sqf7ow6zfmjcwqpurk5n52gm

A Statistical Model for Melody Reduction [article]

Tianxue Hu, Claire Arthur
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Using metric position, duration, and melodic intervals as predictors, we build a statistical model for predicting chord tones using the TAVERN dataset.  ...  Finally, we implement our melody reduction model using an existing symbolic visualization tool, to assist with melody reduction and non-chord tone identification for computational musicology researchers  ...  In this project, we propose a logistic regression model to distinguish NCTs and CTs using the Theme And Variation Encodings with Roman Numerals (TAVERN) corpus (Devaney et al., 2015) .  ... 
arXiv:2105.05385v1 fatcat:2bn6ysc4bvgsvlgrq5mtanwbba

AugmentedNet: A Roman Numeral Analysis Network with Synthetic Training Examples and Additional Tonal Tasks

Néstor Nápoles López, Mark R H Gotham, Ichiro Fujinaga
2021 Zenodo  
AugmentedNet is a new convolutional recurrent neural network for predicting Roman numeral labels.  ...  Finally, we show a new method for reconstructing the full Roman numeral label, based on common Roman numeral classes, which leads to better results compared to previous methods.  ...  This saved us a great deal of time during this research.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5624533 fatcat:l33q5lpxurgbbafjx754dd6u4i

Using Note-Level Music Encodings to Facilitate Interdisciplinary Research on Human Engagement with Music

Johanna Devaney
2020 Transactions of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval  
Music encoding can link disparate types of musical data for the purposes of archiving and search.  ...  The encoding of human response data explicitly in relation to musical notes facilitates the study of the ways humans engage with music as performers and listeners.  ...  Music Encoding conference.  ... 
doi:10.5334/tismir.56 fatcat:cyneu3ldzfdlvmtze36gk3ll7q

A deep learning method for enforcing coherence in Automatic Chord Recognition

Gianluca Micchi, Katerina Kosta, Gabriele Medeot, Pierre Chanquion
2021 Zenodo  
Deep learning approaches to automatic chord recognition and functional harmonic analysis of symbolic music have improved the state of the art, but they still face a common problem: how to deal with a vast  ...  The experiments showcase the advantage of the new model both in automatic chord recognition and functional harmonic analysis compared to the model that does not include NADE as well as State of the Art  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Raluca Semenescu for creating the main illustrations in the paper and Jordan B. L. Smith for his extensive paper review before submission.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5624538 fatcat:ak6kkcev5jhihihtrmtqinghfm

Functional Harmony Recognition of Symbolic Music Data with Multi-task Recurrent Neural Networks

Tsung-Ping Chen, Li Su
2018 Zenodo  
To tackle the functional harmony recognition problem, we compile a new professionally annotated dataset of symbolic music encompassing not only chord symbols, but also various interrelated chord functions  ...  We further present a novel holistic system in functional harmony recognition; a multi-task learning (MTL) architecture is implemented with the recurrent neural network (RNN) to jointly model chord functions  ...  [16] , the Theme And Variation Encodings with Roman Numerals (TAVERN) dataset has Roman number chord annotation [8] , and the Yale Classical Archive Corpus (YCAC) dataset has local tonic label and chord  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1492351 fatcat:qnec4fnxijeavk222ur6lqluxe

The RomanText Format: A Flexible and Standard Method for Representing Roman Numerial Analyses

Mark Gotham, Dmitri Tymoczko, Michael Cuthbert
2019 Zenodo  
This paper specifies such a standard, along with an associated code library in music21, and a preliminary set of example corpora.  ...  about the chords and keys implied by a passage of music.  ...  SUMMARY AND OUTLOOK This paper presents a specification for Roman numeral analysis, code for working with those analyses, and a set of example corpora.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3527756 fatcat:glaehvb4gzgvzaqlvetsy34jvy

Chord Recognition in Symbolic Music: A Segmental CRF Model, Segment-Level Features, and Comparative Evaluations on Classical and Popular Music

Kristen Masada, Razvan Bunescu
2019 Transactions of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval  
We present a new approach to harmonic analysis that is trained to segment music into a sequence of chord spans tagged with chord labels.  ...  The new chord recognition model is evaluated extensively on three corpora of Western classical music and a newly created corpus of rock music.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Patrick Gray for his help with pre-processing the TAVERN corpus. We thank Daniele P.  ... 
doi:10.5334/tismir.18 fatcat:myretuxuynbqbgr7fj6eno4oja

The Annotated Mozart Sonatas: Score, Harmony, and Cadence

Johannes Hentschel, Markus Neuwirth, Martin Rohrmeier
2021 Transactions of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval  
The harmony labels also encode contextual information and are therefore suited for investigating music theoretical questions related to tonal harmony and the harmonic makeup of cadences in the classical  ...  This article describes a new expert-labelled dataset featuring harmonic, phrase, and cadence analyses of all piano sonatas by W.A. Mozart.  ...  Claude Latour for supporting this research through the Latour Chair in Digital Musicology at EPFL.  ... 
doi:10.5334/tismir.63 fatcat:3qehbux2kbeilk7gbeof56tlki

Not All Roads Lead to Rome: Pitch Representation and Model Architecture for Automatic Harmonic Analysis

Gianluca Micchi, Mark Gotham, Mathieu Giraud
2020 Transactions of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval  
First, we provide a new meta-corpus bringing together all existing Roman numeral analysis datasets; this offers greater scale and diversity, not only of the music represented, but also of human analytical  ...  This enables the system to retain important information from the musical sources and provide more meaningful predictions for any new input.  ...  We also wish to thank the Mésocentre de Lille for their computing resources, and especially Cyrille Toulet for his assistance.  ... 
doi:10.5334/tismir.45 fatcat:4garpxkkkbgbnjhncwnebetmxi

Taking Form: A Representation Standard, Conversion Code, and Example Corpora for Recording, Visualizing, and Studying Analyses of Musical Form

Mark Gotham, Matthew Ireland
2019 Zenodo  
We report on new specification standards for representing human analyses of musical form which enable musicians to represent their analytical view of a piece either on the score (where an encoded version  ...  We intend for this resource to be useful to computational musicologists, enabling study of form at scale, and also useful pedagogically to all teachers, students, and appreciators of music from whom projects  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research was supported by a grant from Cornell University's Active Learning Initiative (ALI). We wish to thank the ALI, and all Cornell students who took part.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3527904 fatcat:oqerrqivxrdwjpjggcbrrwezqq

"DOUBLE CODING" IN THE HISTORY OF ART [chapter]

O. S. Afonina, National Academy of Culture and Arts Management
2019 CULTURAL AND ARTS STUDIES OF NATIONAL ACADEMY OF CULTURE AND ARTS MANAGEMENT  
INTRODUCTION In the history of art, cultural code, as the well-established system of certain signs and symbols, has always acquired new meanings in the intellectual games of the authors.  ...  The scientific novelty of the work lies in the actualization of the questions of "double coding" in art as a process of finding new meanings and forms of works.  ...  Citations, allusions and reminiscences can be considered as characters with different meanings. The main condition for signs and symbols is to be familiar data.  ... 
doi:10.36059/978-966-397-157-5/3-20 fatcat:c5b6n2ozr5fydh7543hdtvoeey

Chord Recognition in Symbolic Music: A Segmental CRF Model, Segment-Level Features, and Comparative Evaluations on Classical and Popular Music [article]

Kristen Masada, Razvan Bunescu
2018 arXiv   pre-print
We present a new approach to harmonic analysis that is trained to segment music into a sequence of chord spans tagged with chord labels.  ...  The new chord recognition model is evaluated extensively on three corpora of classical music and a newly created corpus of rock music.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Patrick Gray for his help with pre-processing the TAVERN corpus. We thank Daniele P.  ... 
arXiv:1810.10002v2 fatcat:vg5zgmx4ovbq3kgrg5qscfznoe

A statistical model for melody reduction

Tianxue Hu, Claire Arthur
2021 Future Directions of Music Cognition   unpublished
Finally, we implement our melody-reduction model using an existing symbolic visualization tool, to assist with melody reduction and non-chord tone identification for computational musicology researchers  ...  Using metric position, duration, and melodic intervals as predictors, we build a statistical model for predicting chord tones using the TAVERN dataset (Devaney et al. 2015) .  ...  In this project, we propose a logistic regression model to distinguish NCTs and CTs using the Theme And Variation Encodings with Roman Numerals (TAVERN) corpus (Devaney et al., 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.18061/fdmc.2021.0007 fatcat:qaueeron7faszge26afpl4ul7y

On providing semantic alignment and unified access to music library metadata

David M. Weigl, David Lewis, Tim Crawford, Ian Knopke, Kevin R. Page
2017 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
Weigl providing aligned access to catalogue metadata and digitised score images from the British Library and other sources, and broadcast data from the BBC Radio 3 Early Music Show.  ...  A variety of digital data sources-including institutional and formal digital libraries, crowd-sourced community resources, and data feeds provided by media organisations such as the BBC-expose information  ...  AHRC Transforming Musicology Project (AH/L006820/1), part of the Digital Transformations theme, and continued as part of the EPSRC Fusing Semantic and Audio Technologies for Intelligent Music Production  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-017-0223-9 fatcat:6dgmen5g45aobfqx7fawzojyne
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