Music and Geography: Content Description of Musical Audio from Different Parts of the World

@inproceedings{Gmez2009MusicAG,
  title={Music and Geography: Content Description of Musical Audio from Different Parts of the World},
  author={Emilia G{\'o}mez and Mart{\'i}n Haro and Perfecto Herrera},
  booktitle={ISMIR},
  year={2009}
}
This paper analyses how audio features related to different musical facets can be useful for the comparative analysis and classification of music from diverse parts of the world. The music collection under study gathers around 6,000 pieces, including traditional music from different geographical zones and countries, as well as a varied set of Western musical styles. We achieve promising results when trying to automatically distinguish music from Western and non-Western traditions. A 86.68% of… CONTINUE READING
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