Computer-applications in music research: concepts, methods, results

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P. Lang, 2002 - Music - 180 pages
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At the conference “musicology 1966-2000: a practical program, ” on May 26, 1966, Jan LaRue speculated “that computer analysis will become one of the most important directions in musicology for the next generation...” Having passed the year 2000, we have to realize that LaRue's prediction did not come true: neither for computer-assisted music analysis, nor for computer-applications in music research in general. This volume is intended to initiate a more critical discussion of computer-applications in music research and to present concepts, methods, and results of newest research in this area.

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Nico Schuller is Assistant Professor of Music Theory / Musicology and Coordinator of Music Theory at Texas State University in San Marcos, USA. His main research interests are methodology of music research, music theory pedagogy, interdisciplinary aspects of modern music, and computer applications in music. His recent book publications include

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