Bibliography of Cognitive Science and Music


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Baily, John; "Music performance, motor structure, and cognitive models" , Wilhelmshaven, Germany: Noetzel pp. 142-158 .


Baker, Michael J.; "An artificial intelligence approach to musical grouping analysis" , Contemporary music review vol. 3 pp. 43-68.

In:Music, mind and structure Chur, Switzerland: Harwood, 1989


Baker, Michael J.; "A computational approach to modeling musical grouping" , Contemporary music review vol. 4 pp. 311-326.

In: Music and the cognitive sciences. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood, 1989.


Balaban, Mira; "The cross-fertilization relationship between music and AI (based on experience with the CSM project)" , Interface: Journal of new music research vol. 18, no. 1-2 pp. p. 89-115.


Balaban, Mira; Ed. by Ebcioglu, Kemal; Ed. by Laske,; Understanding music with AI: Perspectives on music cognition , Cambridge, MA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The following contributions are cited separately in this volume of RILM: Charles AMES and Michael DOMINO, Cybernetic Composer: An overview (11027); Michael J. BAKER, Design of an intelligent tutoring system for musical structure and interpretation (11639); Mira BALABAN, Music structures: Interleaving the temporal and hierarchical aspects of music (10242); Bernard BEL, Symbolic and sonic representations of sound-object structures (10144); Bernard BEL and James KIPPEN, Bol Processor grammars (11037); Eli B. BLEVIS, Michael A. JENKINS, and Janice I. GLASGOW, Motivations, sources, and initial design ideas for CALM: A composition/analysis generation language for music (11043); David COPE, On algorithmic representation of musical style (10797); Francis COURTOT, Logical representation and induction for computer assisted composition (11063); Peter DESAIN and Henkjan HONING, The quantization problem: Traditional and connectionist approaches (10347); Kemal EBCIOGLU, An expert system for harmonizing chorales in the style of J.S. Bach (10506); Peter KUGEL, Beyond computational musicology (1513); Otto E. LASKE, Foreword: A conversation with Marvin Minsky (13670), Artificial intelligence and music: A cornerstone of cognitive musicology (1515), and The OBSERVER tradition of knowledge acquisition (13671); Christiane LINSTER, On analyzing and representing musical rhythm (10363); Stacy C. MARSELLA and Charles F. SCHMIDT, On the use of problem reduction search for automated music composition (11116); H. John MAXWELL, An expert system for harmonic analysis of tonal music (10568); Benjamin O. MILLER, Don L. SCARBOROUGH, and Jacqueline A. JONES, On the perception of meter (10367); Sadamu OHTERU and Shuji HASHIMOTO, A new approach to music through vision (13702); R. Douglas RIECKEN, WOLFGANG: A system using emoting potentials to manage musical design (11143); Stephen William SMOLIAR, Representing listening behavior: Problems and prospects (13734); Gerhard WIDMER, The importance of basic musical knowledge for effective learning (11413).


Balzano, Gerald J.; "Command performances, performance commands" . In Music and the cognitive sciences, pp. Contemporary music review vol. 4, 1989, p. 447-454. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood


Bamberger, Jeanne Shapiro; The mind behind the musical ear: How children develop musical intelligence , Cambridge, MA: Harvard University


Bamberger, Jeanne Shapiro; "The mind behind the musical ear" . In The biology of music making: Music and child development: Proceedings of the 1987 Denver conference, pp. 291-305. St. Louis: MMB Music


Barriere, Jean-Baptiste; "Computer music as cognitive approach: Simulation, timbre and formal processes" , Contemporary music review vol. 4 pp. 117-130.

In: Music and the cognitive sciences. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood, 1989.


Bartel, L.R; "The Development of the Cognitive-Affective Response Test--Music" , Psychomusicology: A Journal of Research in Music Cognition 11 pp. 15-26.


Baumann, Max Peter; "The ear as organ of cognition Prolegonemon to the anthropology of listening" , Wilhelmshaven pp. 123-141 .


Bayle, Francois; "Image-of-sound, or i-sound: Metaphor/metaform" , Contemporary music review vol. 4 pp. 165-170.

In: Music and the cognitive sciences. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood, 1989.


Benjamin, William; "A Theory of Musical Meter" , Music Perception I pp. 355-413.


Benzon, William; "Stages in the Evolution of Music " , Journal of Social and Evolutionary Systems 16 pp. 273-296.


Benzon, William; Beethoven's Anvil: Music in Mind and Culture , New York: Basic Books, 2001.

Contents Preface: Speculative Engineering 1. Some Varieties of Musical Experience Part I: Collective Dynamics 2. Music and Coupling 3. Fireflies: Dynamics and Brain States 4. Musical Consciousness and Pleasure Part II: Music and the Mind 5. Blues in the Night: Emotion in Music 6. Rhythm Methods: Patterns of Construction 7. Bright Moments Part III: The Evolution of Musical Culture 8. The Proto-Human Rhythm Band 9. Musicking the World 10. Music and Civilization 11. Through Jazz and Beyond


Bernstein, Leonard; The Unanswered Question: Six Talks at Harvard: The Charles Eliot Norton Lectures, 1973 , Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1976.


Bharucha, Jamshed J.; and Olney, Katherine L; "Tonal cognition, artificial intelligence and neural nets" , Contemporary music review vol. 4 pp. 341-356..

In: Music and the cognitive sciences. Chur, Switzerland: Harwood, 1989.


Bharucha, J.J.; "Event Hierarchies, Tonal Hierarchies and Assimilation: A Reply to Deutsch and Dowling" , Journal of Experimental Psychology, General 113 pp. 421-5.


Bigand, Emmanuel and Stephen McAdams; Thinking in Sound: The Cognitive Psychology of Human Audition , Oxford: Oxford UP


Blakeslee, Sandra; "The Mystery of Music: How it Works in the Brain" , Behind the Veil of Thought Series, Science Times, New York Times (May 16, 1995), pp. C1, C13.


Booth, Gregory D.; Cutietta, Robert A.; "The applicability of verbal processing strategies to recall of familiar songs" , Journal of research in music education vol. 39, no. 2 pp. 121-131.


Brower, Candace; "Memory and the Perception of Musical Rhythm" , Journal of Music Theory 15/1 pp. 19-35.


Brower, Candace; "A Cognitive Theory of Musical Meaning" , Journal of Music Theory 44/2 (2000), pp. 323-379.


Butler, David; "The analysis and cognition of basic melodic structures: The implication-realization model (review)" , Music perception vol. 10, no. 2 pp. 243-251.


Butler, David; "Response to Carol Krumhansl" , Music perception vol. 7, no. 3 pp. 325-338.


Butler, David; "Music as cognition: The development of thought in sound (review)" , Music theory spectrum vol. 12, no. 1 pp. p. 161-63.


Butler, David; and Lochstampfor, Mark; "Bridges Unbuilt: Aural Training and Cognitive Science" , Indiana Theory Review 14:2 pp. 1-18.


Butler, David; and Brown, Helen; "Describing the mental representation of tonality in music" . In Musical perceptions, pp. 191 - 212.. New York: Oxford U. Press


Butler, David, and Mark Lochstampfor; "Bridges Unbuilt: Aural Training and Cognitive Science " , Indiana Theory Review 14 pp. 1-18.


Butler, David; The musician's guide to perception and cognition , New York: Maxwell Macmillan International

Introduction to recent research in perception and cognition, written from the musician's viewpoint. Discusses pitch, timbre, loudness, and time at both the sensory and cognitive level. Summaries and problem sets are included. Also contains a glossary of technical terms and, supplementing the discussions, a compact disc containing 62 listening examples. (author)


Butts, Robert E; "Kant's Theory of Musical Sound: An Early Exercise in Cognitive Science " , Dialogue 32 ( ), pp. 3-24.

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