Empirical Musicology: Aims, Methods, Prospects

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INDEX
Aarden, B., 118
Abel, J. L., 199, 204
Abeles, H. F., 66
Abraham, O., 16
Access problems, 20–22, 26, 28
Acoustic properties of sound, 157, 181
Acoustic wave, 162, 163, 188
Acoustical analysis, 159–161, 172–179, 195
Adorno, T. W., 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 46
Aerobics, 30
African music, 29, 31, 189
Agawu, K., 29
Algorithms, 95
Amateur music making, 19
Amplitude modulation, 167
Analysis of music, 3–8, 11, 15–16, 17, 25, 38, 39–40, 85–86, 89, 96, 97, 103–123, 127–154, 157–195
Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), 217, 218
Anthropology, 17, 32 n. 3, 45
Appreciation, music, 43
Arch, melodic, 116–117
Archives, 16, 30, 31
Articulation, 81, 86
Artificial intelligence (AI), 95, 139
Askenfelt, A., 79, 95
Atkinson, P., 32 n. 5, 46
Atkinson, R. C., 69
Atkinson, R. L., 69
Attack, 172
Attack quality, 191
Attali, J., 38, 49
Auditory stream integration, 184–188
Auditory stream segregation, 184–188, 192
Authenticity, 16, 28, 32 n. 8
Authority, 15, 18, 25
Babbitt, M., 3, 5, 6, 128, 129, 130
Balzano, G., 6
Bandwidth, 175, 192
Barlow, H., 111
Bartok, B., 16
Barz, G. F., 32 n. 5
Becker, H. S., 37, 38, 39, 41
Beiguan (Taiwanese ritual music), 24, 27, 28
Belon, P., 3
Bem, D. J., 69
Bent, I., 127
Berec, J., 118, 120
Berger, B., 41, 42
Berlyne, D. E., 66, 67
Besson, M., 199
Beta Israel, 29
Bharucha, J., 8, 145
Bijker, W. E., 38
Bi-musicality, 17
Binet, A., 77
Biographical research, 59–60
Bloome, D., 60
Boretz, B., 3, 6
Born, G., 31
Borthwick, S. J., 63, 64, 65
Bourdieu, P., 41, 45
Bowen, J. A., 89
Brackett, D., 180, 181, 182
Bregman, A. S., 185, 186
Bresin, R., 87, 95, 96
Briggs, C. L., 32 n. 5
Brinkman, A. R., 106, 107, 109, 124 n. 1
British Library Sound Archive (London), 88
Bronson, B. H., 16
Bull, M., 49
Burland, K., 58
Byng-Hall, J., 63
Cantometrics, 5, 17, 18, 41
Carlyon, R. P., 185
Carterette, E. C., 218
Castrén, M., 131
Categories, data, 201, 204, 205
Cattell, R. B., 70
Cavicchi, D., 49
Center for Computer-Assisted Research in the Humanities (CCARH), 121
Central tendency, 209–210
Cents, 16

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