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IN MOST ADULTS, PITCH MEMORY FOR SINGLE tones is of short duration, and the presence of interference reduces performance in pitch matching tasks.We show that 6-month-old infants can remember the pitch of a tone for at least 2.5 s but that, like adults, their memory is disrupted by tones...
PHASE CORRECTION, WHICH IS NECESSARY for synchronization of movements with a rhythm, has been studied primarily with isochronous sequences.We used a phase perturbation method to examine phase correction in synchronization with nonisochronous sequences (3:2 interval ratios), using musically...
PREVIOUS STUDIES ON VIBRATO PITCH HAVE attempted to determine the "principal pitch" of vibrato tones and not the range of tuning for such tones in a melodic context. This study investigates the range of acceptable tuning (RAT) for tones with and without vibrato, using repeating ascending and...
EMOTIONAL EXPRESSION IN MUSIC PERFORMANCE includes important cues arising from the body movement of the musician. This movement is related to both the musical score execution and the emotional intention conveyed. In this experiment, a pianist was asked to play the same excerpt with different...
INSIGHTS INTO MUSICAL CONDUCTING are traditionally derived from educational manuals and from interviews with conductors about their intuitive knowledge. Conducting as a form of highly specialized nonverbal communication has scarcely been studied empirically up to now. We investigated the...
IN CONTRAST TO SIMILAR RESEARCH IN TEXT reading, research in the eye movements used to read music is relatively undeveloped. Though simpler measures such as the eye-hand span and perceptual span have been evaluated by numerous scholars, more complex phenomena such as context effects have yet to...
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