Psychoacoustics and music -- RESPONSES (Athanassios Protopapas )

Subject: Psychoacoustics and music -- RESPONSES
From:    Athanassios Protopapas  <protopap(at)PANTEION.GR>
Date:    Fri, 24 Mar 2000 21:55:48 +0200

Dear List, I would like to express my gratitude for this invaluable resource, the auditory list. In particular, I thank S. Rosen, R. Mountain, J. Allen, D. Cabrera, L. Borden, M. McKinney, R. Coen, J. Walt, M. Fernsrtom, and B. Repp for their very helpful comments and suggestions. (I hope I did not forget anyone). In addition to the book I asked about (Perry Cook's 1999 edited volume titled "Music, Cognition, and Computerized Sound" published by MIT Press), for the benefit of the other list member who might be interested, I have compiled a list of books on the topic of psychoacoustics of music that were recommended in the responses I received: Introductory texts: Roederer, J.G. (1995). Introduction to the Physics and Psychophysics of Music (3rd ed). New York: Springer-Verlag Sundberg, J. (1991). The science of musical sounds. San Diego, CA: Academic. Moore's 'Introduction to the Psychology of Hearing' Butler's "A Musician's Guide to Perception and Cognition" "Music Cognition" by Harwood David Howard and James Angus "Acoustics and Psychoacoustics", Focal Press (but has some errors) More specialized texts: Sethares' 'Tuning, Timbre, Spectrum, Scale' (Springer) Parncutt's 'Harmony: A Psychoacoustical Approach' (Springer) Zwicker & Fastl's 'Psychoacoustics: Facts & Models' (Springer) Deutsch (ed) 'The Psychology of Music' (2nd ed) Hartmann's 'Signals, Sound and Sensation' (AIP Press, 1997) Deutsch, D. (1999). The psychology of music (2nd ed.). San Diego, CA: Academic Thanassi Protopapas

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