Representing expressive performance in tempo-loudness space

@inproceedings{Langner2002RepresentingEP,
  title={Representing expressive performance in tempo-loudness space},
  author={J{\"o}rg Langner and Werner Goebl},
  year={2002}
}
A large number of very detailed studies analyse various parameters of expressive music performance (e.g., timing, dynamics, articulation. For an overview see Palmer, 1997; Gabrielsson, 1999). They often fall short by addressing each expressive parameter separately. In our every day experience, we perceive these parameters simultaneously and the impression of a performance always results from an integrated perception of all performance parameters. Given that these parameters generally interact… CONTINUE READING

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