Recent & Upcoming Talks


Reading Music Theory from a Distance: A Corpus Study of the Thesaurus Musicarum Italicarum


The Science of Music
Digitizing a 19th-Century Music Theory Debate for Computational Analysis
Die Entwicklung der tonalen Sprache in Beethovens Streichquartetten: Eine vergleichende Korpusstudie der Schaffensphasen
Modeling perceived tonal stability of individual and aggregated listener responses for scales and cadences
Individual perception of diatonic scales predicts perceived tonal fit in octatonic and hexatonic contexts
Discovering the line of fifths in a large historical corpus


The importance of modeling in computational musicology
Tonality: Perspectives of historical musicology and corpus studies
Workshop: Analyzing musical pieces on the Tonnetz using the pitchplots Python library
Workshop: Data-Driven Music History
Computational Musicology and the Digital Humanities: Problems, Practices, and Prospects



Harmony and Form in Brazilian Choro: A Corpus Study
A Maximum Likelihood Model for the Harmonic Analysis of Symbolic Music
Poster presented by Fabian C. Moss
Corpus Research in Digital Musicology
A Brief History of Tonality


Brazilian Choro: A New Data Set of Chord Transcriptions and Analyses of Harmonic and Formal Features
Formal Grammars and Ambiguity in Extended Tonality
Beethovens Streichquartette – ein XML-basierter Korpus harmonischer Analysen in einem neuen Annotationssystem
Musik und Sprache
Ambiguity, Illusion & Timelessness in Late and Post-Tonal Harmony (Panel Discussion)
Integrating transformational and hierarchical models of extended tonality
Emotional Associations Evoked by Structural Properties of Musical Scales and Abstract Visual Shapes
Beethoven's String Quartets: Introducing an XML-Based Corpus of Harmonic Labels Using a New Annotation System