Tuire Kuusi Set-Class and Chord : Examining Connection between Theoretical Resemblance and Perceived Closeness Studia

@inproceedings{Kuusi2003TuireKS,
  title={Tuire Kuusi Set-Class and Chord : Examining Connection between Theoretical Resemblance and Perceived Closeness Studia},
  author={Tuire Kuusi},
  year={2003}
}
This study examined connections between pitch-class set-theoretical abstract concepts, set-classes, and perceptual estimations of chords derived from the set-classes. The study had two aims, the first of which was to compare theoretical resemblance with perceived closeness. Another aim was to illuminate and analyze both factors relevant for perceptual estimations of chords and factors relevant for theoretical resemblance. The study also analyzed a selection of theoretical resemblance models… CONTINUE READING
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