Computational Musicology

Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven

Quantitative research of the String Quartets by Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven (2019-present)

Computational Musicology, Algorithms, and Datasets

The purpose of this exhibition is to show an overview of the application of algorithms in recent studies in Computational Musicology and to present currently in use musical datasets.

A quantitative study of pitch registers in string quartets opus 17, by Joseph Haydn

In this paper, we present an exploratory study of the pitch registers on the string quartets Opus 17, by Joseph Haydn, according to a quantitative approach. This subject is relevant because the pitch registers studies have revealed noteworthy issues …

Contour Similarity

Research about the contour similarity problem (2014-2018)

Contour Similarity Algorithms

The Musical Contour literature provides multiple algorithms for melodic contour similarity. However, most of them are limited in use by the melody length of input data. In this paper I review these algorithms, propose two new algorithms, compare them …

Diversidade de abordagens para composição interativa baseada em análise de dados

Musicologia computacional aplicada à análise dos corais de Bach

Musicologia computacional é definida a grosso modo como o estudo de música com a auxílio de programas de computador. Nesse artigo estudamos quintas e oitavas consecutivas, cadências, âmbito de vozes, acordes de sexta aumentada, cruzamento de vozes, …

Rameau: A system for automatic harmonic analysis

Automated harmonic analysis is an important and interesting music research topic. Although many researchers have studied solutions to this problem, there is no comprehensive and systematic comparison of the many techniques proposed. In this paper we …