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Re: studies on perception of expressive features in music performance
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Leon van Noorden
On 27 Jul 2011, at 10:23, Ju-Lee Hong wrote:
> Dear List,
> For a revision of my doctoral research, I am looking for references
> of studies on perception of expressive features in music
> performance. By expressive features of music performance, I mean
> timing, loudness, portamento and vibrato etc.
> I have found articles on timing perception by Bruno Repp (1998) in
> Journal of Experimental Psychology: human Perception and Performance
> and another by Eric Clarke (1989) in Psychological research, but I
> haven’t had much luck in finding articles about loudness perception
> of expressive music performance and also of portamento / vibrato
> If you know any relevant studies that investigate loudness
> perception of expressive music performance and also of portamento /
> vibrato perception, could you kindly point out to me?
> Many thanks for your help in advance.
> Ju-Lee Hong
> Dept. of Music
> Goldsmiths, University of London
> email: jl.hong@xxxxxxxxxx
> "Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which
> cannot remain silent". -- Victor Hugo