Empirical Musicology: Aims, Methods, Prospects

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Two figures from F. Lerdahl and R. Jackendoff, A Generative Theory
of Tonal Music
(Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1983), pp. 259, 260, are
reprinted with permission from MIT Press.

Figure 8 (Pitch/contour schemata recognised in early Mozart by
Robert O. Gjerdingen’s ART pour l’art neural network, p. 360) from
R. Gjerdingen, “Categorization of musical patterns by self-organizing
neuronlike networks,” Music Perception 7 (1990): 339–369, is reprinted
with permission from Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

The segmentation graph of Berg, “Warm die Lufte,” bars 19–21 (p. 199),
from J. Doerksen, “Set-class salience and Forte’s theory of genera,” Music
Analysis
17 (1998): 195–205, is reprinted with permission from Black-
well Publishing Ltd.

Quotations from pp. 49–54 and figure 18 (Harmonic analysis of “Yankee
Doodle,” p. 63) from D. Temperley, “An algorithm for harmonic analy-
sis,” Music Perception 15 (1997): 31–68, are reprinted with permission
from the University of California Press.

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Empirical musicology : aims, methods, prospects/edited by Eric Clarke
and Nicholas Cook.

p. cm.

Includes bibliographical references.

ISBN 0-19-516749-X (hardcover); ISBN 0-19-516750-3 (pbk.)

1. Musicology. 2. Empiricism. I. Clarke, Eric F. II. Cook, Nicholas, 1950–
ML3797.1.E47 2004

780’.72—dc22 2004012210

9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Printed in the United States of America
on acid-free paper

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