Resonating to Musical Rhythm : Theory and Experiment

@inproceedings{Large2008ResonatingTM,
  title={Resonating to Musical Rhythm : Theory and Experiment},
  author={Edward W. Large},
  year={2008}
}
Music is an interactive activity in which dancing, singing, toe tapping, playing an instrument, or even simply listening is temporally coordinated with complex, rhythmically structured acoustic stimulation. Analyses of scores and recordings reveal musical sounds to be intricate dynamic patterns, in which elegant serial structures unfold in elaborate temporal organizations. Thus, when humans ‘‘synchronize’’ musical interactions, we enter into a form of temporal coordination that is among the… CONTINUE READING

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