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SI-MP 2013 : Special Issue of Music Perception on Corpus Methods in Music Research

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Submission Deadline Oct 15, 2012
Categories    music   perception   cognition   musicology
 

Call For Papers

Call for Papers. Music Perception: Special Issue: Corpus Methods in Music Research

Guest editors: David Temperley and Leigh VanHandel

While corpus methods have been in use in music theory and music cognition for at least several decades, the last few years have seen an explosion of work in this area. Many recent books and articles have used corpus methods, and several workshops have also been devoted to this topic. In view of this burgeoning interest, a special issue on the topic of musical corpus research seems both appropriate and timely.

We invite contributions applying corpus methods to music research, including but not limited to:

• empirical studies of compositional theories and principles
• models of cognitive processes such as key-finding and meter-finding
• cross-cultural correlations between music and language
• studies of stylistic change and evolution
• music information retrieval
• computational musicology

Submissions must demonstrate that the research is relevant to issues of music perception and cognition.

Submissions must be sent in PDF format for review; an MS Word version will be required upon acceptance. Submissions should be roughly 15–18 double spaced manuscript pages in 12-pt font, plus references and 4 tables/figures. Shorter research reports may also be considered. Submissions must follow the style and formatting guidelines of Music

Perception available in the journal and on the website (ucpressjournals.com/journal.php?j=mp&jDetail=submit). Authors must follow APA style for formatting, references, and the preparation of figures. Color plates are allowed if necessary to interpret a figure. Submissions that do not follow these formatting guidelines will not be considered.

All submissions will be reviewed according to journal standards. Submitting authors may be asked to review another submission for the issue.

Send submissions via e-mail to David Temperley at . Deadline: October 15, 2012.

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