Musical+perception

  • 21IRCAM — A Center for Musical ResearchSeveral concepts for electronic music and audio processing have emerged at IRCAM. John Chowning did pioneering work on FM Synthesis at IRCAM, and the real time audio processing graphical programming environment… …

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  • 22Jerrold Levinson — (1948 ) is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of Maryland, College Park. He is particularly noted for his work on the aesthetics of music, as well as for his search for meaning and ontology in film, art and humour. Contents 1 …

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  • 23Claymore (band) — CLAYMORE Background information Origin Bulgaria Genres …

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  • 24Six Moments Musicaux (Rachmaninoff) — Six Moments Musicaux (French for Six Musical Moments ; ru. Шесть Музыкальных Моментов, Shestʹ Muzykálʹnykh Moméntov ), Op. 16, is a set of solo piano pieces composed by the Russian composer Sergei Rachmaninoff between October and December,… …

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  • 27tonal pattern — noun the perception of pleasant arrangements of musical notes • Syn: ↑melody • Derivationally related forms: ↑melodious (for: ↑melody) • Hypernyms: ↑musical perception …

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  • 28Steelpan — Wikipedia:WikiProject Musical Instruments/Templates/Infobox instrument name=Steelpan names=Steeldrum, pan classification= *Percussion instrument *Idiophone range= *G1 ndash;F6Steelpans (also known as steeldrums or pans, and sometimes collectively …

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  • 29Henry Lawes — (5 December 1595 21 October 1662) was an English musician and composer.He was born at Dinton in Wiltshire, and received his musical education from John Cooper, better known under his Italian pseudonym Giovanni Coperario, a famous composer of the… …

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  • 30Solomon Volkov — (born 17 April 1944) is a Russian journalist and musicologist. He is best known for Testimony , which was published in 1979 following his emigration from the Soviet Union in 1976. He claimed that the book was the memoirs of Dmitri Shostakovich,… …

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  • 31Gay Kayler — (born Gay Kahler 27 September 1941, Gatton, Queensland) is an Australian country music entertainer and recording artist. Gay used her maiden name in her professional career until 1978, when she changed the spelling to Kayler to maintain a… …

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  • 32Hornbostel, Erich Moritz von — ▪ Austrian musicologist born Feb. 25, 1877, Vienna, Austria died Nov. 28, 1935, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, Eng.       Austrian musicologist and ethnologist.       Brought up in a highly musical home, Hornbostel studied piano, harmony, and… …

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  • 33Israeli rock — is rock music created by Israeli bands and singers. At first, Israeli rock was based upon on foreign creations, but during the years Israeli rock has changed and become the popular music genre in Israel, and a unique varied creation of rock… …

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  • 34Ohm's acoustic law — Not to be confused with Ohm s law. Ohm s acoustic law, sometimes called the acoustic phase law or simply Ohm s law, states that a musical sound is perceived by the ear as a set of a number of constituent pure harmonic tones.[1][2] The law was… …

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  • 35HORNBOSTEL, ERICH MORITZ VON — (1877–1935), musicologist. The son of a gentile father and the singer Helene Marcus, Hornbostel was born in Vienna, and worked with Carl Strumpf at the Psychological Institute in Berlin. In 1906 he went to the United States to study the music and …

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  • 36Nicolai Gedda — (left), in Finland, debating about musical interpretation with Caj Ehrstedt (on the right), during the Korsholm Music Festival,[1] in 1987 …

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  • 37Mark Steedman — Mark Jerome Steedman, FBA, FRSE (born 18 September 1946) is a computational linguist and cognitive scientist. Steedman graduated from the University of Sussex in 1968, with a B.Sc in Experimental Psychology, and from the University of Edinburgh… …

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  • 38Mel scale — Plots of pitch mels versus hertz The mel scale, named by Stevens, Volkman and Newman in 1937[1] is a perceptual scale of pitches judged by listeners to be equal in distance from one another. The reference point between this scale and normal …

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  • 39Viktor Zuckerkandl — (July 2, 1896, Vienna April 5, 1965, Locarno) was an Austrian musicologist. His doctorate was granted in 1927 from Vienna University, and conducted freelance throughout the decade of the 1920s. He was a critic for Berlin newspapers from 1927 1933 …

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  • 40Daniel Leduc — is an electroacoustic music composer born September 3, 1965 in Montréal, Canada, and currently living in the province of Québec, Canada.Daniel Leduc has almost fifteen years of experience as a producer and host in public, private and community… …

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