Exploring Music Contents:7th International Symposium, CMMR 2010, Málaga, Spain, June 21-24, 2010. Revised Papers Lecture Notes in Computer Science Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI. 2011. 2011.
A personalized content-based music similarity function
FORM AND CONTENT OF AFRICAN MUSIC:A CASE STUDY OF BUKUSU CIRCUMCISION MUSIC MELLITUS WANYAMA
A personalized content-based music similarity function: Luca Poddigue
Content Based Music Information Retrieval::Query-By-Playing Systems for Traditional Irish Music Dr Bryan Duggan
Do we prefer music with ultrasonic content?:An investigation into the potential, positive or negative affect of frequencies above the audible range of hearing Jonathan Madden
Rhythm & blues emerged from the African American community in the late 1940s to become the driving force in American popular music over the next half-century. Although sometimes called ´´doo-wop´´, ´´soul´´, ´´funk´´, ´´urban contemporary´´, or ´´hip-hop´´, R&B is actually an umbrella category that includes all of these styles and genres. It is in fact a modern-day incarnation of a musical tradition that stretches back to 19th-century America, and even further to African beginnings. The New Blue Music: Changes in Rhythm & Blues, 1950-1999 traces the development of R&B from 1950 to 1999 by closely analyzing the top 25 songs of each decade. The music of artists as wide-ranging as Louis Jordan; John Lee Hooker; Ray Charles; James Brown; Earth, Wind & Fire; Michael Jackson; Public Enemy; Mariah Carey; and Usher takes center stage as the author illustrates how R&B has not only retained its traditional core style, but has also experienced a ´´re-Africanization´´ over time. By investigating musical elements of form, style, and content in R&B - and offering numerous musical examples - the book shows the connection between R&B and other forms of American popular and religious music, such as spirituals, ragtime, blues, jazz, country, gospel, and rock ´n´ roll. With this evidence in hand, the author hypothesizes the existence of an even larger musical ´´super-genre´´ which he labels ´´The New Blue Music´´. Richard J. Ripani is a faculty member at Hume-Fogg Academic High School in Nashville, Tennessee. He is also a professional musician and songwriter in Nashville, performing with artists such as Ronnie Milsap, Ronnie McDowell, the Kentucky Headhunters, and Lee Greenwood. He has worked on numerous national television programs and earned gold and platinum records. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kenneth Lee. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/003714/bk_acx0_003714_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Praxis II Music: Content and Instruction (5114) Exam Secrets Study Guide:Praxis II Test Review for the Praxis II: Subject Assessments