Objective analysis of musical performance, edited by Carl E. Seashore.
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Music -- Performance.
Studies in the psychology of music, v. 4.
379 p. illus. (incl. music) diagrs. 24 cm.
Includes the PH. D. thesis of H. G. Seashore, A. M. Small, P. C. Greene, M. T. Henderson, Laila Skinner and L. N. Vernon.
Bibliography at end of most of the articles.
The objective recording and analysis of musical performance, by C. E. Seashore.--An objective analysis of artistic singing, by H. G. Seashore.--The pitch of the attack in singing, by R. S. Miller.--An objective analysis of artisitic violin performance, by A. M. Small.--Violin performance with reference to tempered, natural and Pythagorean intonation, by P. C. Greene.--The Iowa piano camera and its use, by M. T. Henderson, Joseph Tiffin, and C. E. Seashore.--A musical pattern score of the first movement of the Beethoven sonata, opus 27, no. 2, by Laila Skinner and C. E. Seashore.--Rhythmic organization in artistic piano performance, by M. T. Henderson.--Synchronization of chords in artistic piano music, by L. N. Vernon.--Pitch: its definition and physical determinants, by Don Lewis.--Recent studies in the science of the art of speech from the Iowa laboratory, by Joseph Tiffin.--Schramm's "Approaches to a science of English verse", by H. G. Seashore.
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