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CONSTRUCTING PEDB 2nd EDITION: A MUSIC PERFORMANCE DATABASE WITH PHRASE INFORMATION

@inproceedings{Hashida2017CONSTRUCTINGP2,
  title={CONSTRUCTING PEDB 2nd EDITION: A MUSIC PERFORMANCE DATABASE WITH PHRASE INFORMATION},
  author={Mitsuyo Hashida and Eita Nakamura and Haruhiro Katayose},
  year={2017}
}
Music performance databases that can be referred to as numerical values play important roles in the research of music interpretation, the analysis of expressive performances, automatic transcription, and performance rendering technology. The authors have promoted the creation and public release of the CrestMusePEDB (Performance Expression DataBase), which is a performance expression database of more than two hundred virtuoso piano performances of classical music from the Baroque period through… 

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