Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Music Emotion Recognition: Implications for Content and Context-Based Models

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The prominent status of music in human culture and every day life is due in large part to its striking ability to elicit emotions, which may manifest from slight variation in mood to changes in our physical condition and actions. In this paper, we first review state of the art studies on music and emotions from different disciplines including psychology… (More)

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@inproceedings{Barthet2012MultidisciplinaryPO, title={Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Music Emotion Recognition: Implications for Content and Context-Based Models}, author={Mathieu Barthet and Gy{\"{o}rgy Fazekas and Mark B. Sandler}, year={2012} }