Experimental Investigations into the Use of Score Features for Computational Models of Expressive Timing.
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10th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC10)
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In the expressive performance of music variation of tempo
plays a major role in shaping and structuring the piece.
We distinguish two aspects of tempo, the current tempo
and the timing of individual notes with respect to the current
tempo. Those two notions are influenced differently
by the characteristics of the performed score. The relation
between score and timing/tempo has many facets,
one of which we examine more closely in the following.
More precisely we provide experimental evidence for the
hypothesis that timing is more aptly modeled with score
characteristics from a small temporal score context, while
tempo modeling profits from a bigger temporal score context.