A PESQUISA EMPÍRICA EM EXPRESSIVIDADE MUSICAL: MÉTODOS E MODELOS DE REPRESENTAÇÃO E EXTRAÇÃO DE INFORMAÇÃO DE CONTEÚDO EXPRESSIVO MUSICAL

Mauricio Alves Loureiro

Resumo


Este texto busca rever recentes abordagens metodológicas na investigação da
expressividade na performance musical a partir da extração de informação do próprio som, visando identificar os parâmetros acústicos capazes de descrever o conteúdo expressivo. Este problema vem despertando interesse de musicólogos, psicólogos, cientistas de computação, engenheiros e físicos, há quase duas décadas. Um grande número de pesquisa quantitativa em diferentes aspectos da expressividade musical vem sendo realizado com base em medições de parâmetros acústicos visando identificar e quantificar a correlação entre variações destes parâmetros e as intenções do intérprete para comunicar ao ouvinte diferentes aspectos da música que eles tocam.


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Expressividade musical; Extração de informação musical; Análise empírica da performance musical.

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