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An example of the stimulus chord sequences. The first four chords (A minor,...
Published: 01 April 2022
Figure 1. An example of the stimulus chord sequences. The first four chords (A minor, E minor, B minor, D major) establish the key of G major. The fifth chord is the standard tonic ending (G major, upper), the flat supertonic (A♭ major, middle), or the subdominant deviant ending (C major, lower). More
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Response patterns from the implicit (upper) and explicit (lower) tasks as a...
Published: 01 April 2022
Figure 2. Response patterns from the implicit (upper) and explicit (lower) tasks as a function of condition (key or harmony) and chordal ending (standard or deviant). For the implicit task, there was no interaction between condition and ending. For the explicit task, ratings were higher for standa... More
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Difference scores (standard endings – deviant endings) collapsed across key...
Published: 01 April 2022
Figure 3. Difference scores (standard endings – deviant endings) collapsed across key and harmony conditions, for response times in the implicit task (upper) and ratings in the explicit task (lower). For the implicit task, absolute values are illustrated. In both panels, the difference between sta... More
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Example of four bars of music from tune M2 (I’ve Heard That Song Before,  C...
Published: 01 April 2022
Figure 1. Example of four bars of music from tune M2 (I’ve Heard That Song Before, Cahn & Styne, 1942/2005) , transcribed into A) jazz, B) classical, and C) explicit notations. More
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Swing ratings by notation style. A) Violin plots, individual ratings (×), a...
Published: 01 April 2022
Figure 2. Swing ratings by notation style. A) Violin plots, individual ratings (×), and mean ratings (•) of the performances’ swing. Asterisks indicate significant differences ( p < .05) between notation styles. B) Mean +/− 1 SD of swing ratings grouped by score-dependent and -independent pa... More
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Features pointed out by jazz listeners in the evaluation of classical music...
Published: 01 April 2022
Figure 3. Features pointed out by jazz listeners in the evaluation of classical musicians’ swing. Bar height and numbers above bars indicate the number of mentions. Symbol key: Art = articulation; BeatDev = Deviation from beat; BeatSynch = Synchronization with beat; Dyn = Dynamics; Eights = Eighth... More
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Mutation of the intended message of “Nụrụ ákwá ụmụ gi” (Hear your children’...
Published: 01 April 2022
Figure 6. Mutation of the intended message of “Nụrụ ákwá ụmụ gi” (Hear your children’s cry) through tone-tune variations of / ákwá / HH (cry). More
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A) Tone of / íké / HH (strength) as treated in the LTD version of “Ihụnanya...
Published: 01 April 2022
Figure 7. A) Tone of / íké / HH (strength) as treated in the LTD version of “Ihụnanya M” B) Tone of / íké / HH (strength) as treated in the M/CD version of “Ihụnanya M.” More
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