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A dimensional approach to vocal expression of emotion
This study explored a dimensional approach to vocal expression of emotion. Actors vocally portrayed emotions (anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness) with weak and strong emotion intensity.…
Overview of the KTH rule system for musical performance.
The KTH rule system models performance principles used by musicians when performing a musical score, within the realm of Western classical, jazz and popular music, by using selections of rules and rule quantities to model semantic descriptions such as emotional expressions.
A Systematic Review of Mapping Strategies for the Sonification of Physical Quantities
Results confirm two hypotheses formulated in a preliminary study: pitch is by far the most used auditory dimension in sonification applications, and spatial auditory dimensions are almost exclusively used to sonify kinematic quantities.
“Expressivity comes from within your soul”: A questionnaire study of music students' perspectives on expressivity
Much has been written about expressivity by philosophers, composers, musicologists, and psychologists, but little is known about how the musicians of tomorrow — music students — approach this…
Emotional Coloring of Computer-Controlled Music Performances
A complex, ecological-predictive ANN was designed that was able to learn a professional pianist's performance style at the structural micro-level and listeners were able to recognize the intended emotional colorings.
Affective diary: designing for bodily expressiveness and self-reflection
The affective diary assembles sensor data, captured from the user and uploaded via their mobile phone, to form an ambiguous, abstract colourful body shape to invite reflection and to allow the user to piece together their own stories.
Articulation Strategies in Expressive Piano Performance Analysis of Legato, Staccato, and Repeated Notes in Performances of the Andante Movement of Mozart’s Sonata in G Major (K 545)
Although the results varied considerably between pianists, they seem useful as a basis for articulation rules in grammars for automatic piano performance.
Artificial neural networks based models for automatic performance of musical scores
- Roberto Bresin
- 1 September 1998
The author's research on automatic performance, started at CSC (Centro di Sonologia Computazionale, University of Padua) and continued at TMH-KTH (Speech, Music Hear ...
What is the Color of that Music Performance?
- Roberto Bresin
- Art, PsychologyICMC
The representation of expressivity in music is still a fairlyunexplored field. Alternative ways of representing musicalinformation are necessary when providing feedback onemotion expression in musi…
Gestures in performance
Musical Gestures is a collection of essays that explore the relationship between sound and movement, drawing on ideas, theories and methods from disciplines such as musicology, music perception, human movement science, cognitive psychology, and computer science.