(2024). Fourier Qualia Wavescapes: Hierarchical Analyses of Set Class Quality and Ambiguity. Proceedings of the 9th International Congress on Mathematics and Computation in Music (MCM2024).


(2024). Computational modeling of interval distributions in tonal space reveals paradigmatic stylistic changes in Western music history. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications.


(2024). Transatlantic Transformations: On Neo-Riemannian Theories. Kreative Missverständnisse oder universale Kunstgesetze?.


(2023). An Annotated Corpus of Tonal Piano Music from the Long 19th Century. EMR.

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(2023). Historical Changes of Modes and their Substructure Modeled as Pitch Distributions in Plainchant from the 1100s to the 1500s. Proceedings of the 16th International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research (CMMR 2023) , Tokyo, Japan, 13th-17th November 2023, pp. 450-461.


(2022). Challenging sources: a new dataset for OMR of diverse 19th-century music theory examples. Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Reading Music Systems (WoRMS 2022).


(2022). Phantom Curves: Scientific Discovery through Interactive Music Visualization. DLfM2022.

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(2022). Towards a Unified Model of Chords in Western Harmony. MEC Proceedings 2021.


(2022). The line of fifths and the co-evolution of tonal pitch-classes. JMM.

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(2022). Wavescapes: A visual hierarchical analysis of tonality using the discrete Fourier transform. Musicae Scientiae.


(2021). Discovering Tonal Profiles with Latent Dirichlet Allocation. Music & Science, 4, 1-15.

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(2021). FAIR, Open, Linked: Introducing the Special Issue on Open Science in Musicology. Empirical Musicology Review, 16(1), 1-4.


(2021). A Formal Model of Extended Tonal Harmony. Proceedings of the 22nd International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference.


(2021). A semi-automated workflow paradigm for the distributed creation and curation of expert annotations. Proceedings of the 22nd International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference.


(2021). Digitizing a 19th-Century Music Theory Debate for Computational Analysis. CHR 2021: Computational Humanities Research Conference, November 17–19, 2021, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.


(2021). Evidence for cognitive tonal hierarchies in cadential but not scalar contexts. Open Science Framework.

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(2021). A Historical Analysis of Harmonic Progressions Using Chord Embeddings. Proceedings of the 18th Sound and Music Computing Conference.

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(2021). Exploring the foundations of tonality: statistical cognitive modeling of modes in the history of Western classical music. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 8(5), 1-11.

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(2020). The Tonal Diffusion Model. Transactions of the International Society of Music Information Retrieval, 3(1), 153-164.

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(2020). Harmony and Form in Brazilian Choro: A Corpus-Driven Approach to Musical Style Analysis. Journal of New Music Research 49(5).

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(2020). TP3C. Zenodo.

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(2019). Transitions of Tonality: A Model-Based Corpus Study. Doctoral Dissertation. École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland.

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(2019). The pleasantness of sensory dissonance is mediated by musical style and expertise. Scientific Reports, 9(1).


(2019). A Model Comparison for Chord Prediction on the Annotated Beethoven Corpus. Proceedings of the 16th Sound & Music Computing Conference (SMC 2019).


(2019). Statistical characteristics of tonal harmony: A corpus study of Beethoven’s string quartets. PLOS ONE, 14(6).

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(2018). Choro Songbook Corpus. Zenodo.

Dataset DOI

(2018). The Annotated Beethoven Corpus (ABC): A Dataset of Harmonic Analyses of All Beethoven String Quartets. Frontiers in Digital Humanities.


(2014). Tonality and functional equivalence: A multi-level model for the cognition of triadic progressions in 19th century music. International Conference of Students of Systematic Musicology - Proceedings.

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