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The Influence of Musical Structure on Emotional Expression

The Influence of Musical Structure on Emotional Expression,A. Gabrielsson

The Influence of Musical Structure on Emotional Expression   (Citations: 86)
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Published in 2001.
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    • ...Different emotion perceptions are usually associated with different patterns of acoustic cues [48], [51]–[53]...
    • ...For example, arousal is often correlated with tempo (fast/slow), pitch (high/low), loudness (high/low), and timbre (bright/soft), while valence is related to musical mode (major/minor) and harmony (consonant/ dissonant) [53]...
    • ...See [53] for an overview of the empirical research concerning the influence of different music factors on emotion perception...
    • ...Besides, flowing/fluent rhythm is usually associated with positive valence, while firm rhythm with negative valence [53]...
    • ...This result is consistent with psychological findings [53].11...

    Yi-Hsuan Yanget al. Ranking-Based Emotion Recognition for Music Organization and Retrieval

    • ...Table 1 is based on the previous research to put both music parameters (Gabrielsson & Justin, 2003, and Gabrielsson & Lindstorm, 2001), and the corresponding description [4] [5]...

    Chih-Fang Huanget al. A study of the integrated automated emotion music with the motion gest...

    • ...For example, arousal may be correlated with tempo (fast/slow), pitch (high/low), loudness level (high/low), and timbre (bright/soft), whereas valence may be correlated with musical mode (major/minor) and harmony (consonant/dissonant) [59]...
    • ...See [59] for an overview of the empirical research on the influence of different music features on emotion perception...
    • ...Besides, flowing/fluent rhythm is usually associated with positive valence and firm rhythm with negative valence [59]...

    Yi-Hsuan Yanget al. Prediction of the Distribution of Perceived Music Emotions Using Discr...

    • ...Gabrielsson and Lindstrom [24] suggested more specified musical parameters than Hevner...

    Eun-Sook Jeeet al. Sound design for emotion and intention expression of socially interact...

    • ...42 Computer Music Journal and Robitaille 1992; Gabrielsson and Lindstrom 2001), this focus on performance limits the utility of these two systems for research on emotion.,Research into music-emotion rules has been divided largely into two camps, investigating both structure (the score; Gabrielsson and Lindstrom 2001) and performance (Gabrielsson 1999, 2003; Juslin and Laukka 2003).,Features in the score that relate to emotion are the “factors in the composed musical structure represented in the musical notation” (Gabrielsson and Lindstrom 2001).,(For a review, see Schubert 1999a; Gabrielsson and Lindstrom 2001.),Table 1 provides a cumulative analysis of 102 unique studies of structural music-emotion rules (Schubert 1999a; Gabrielsson and Lindstrom 2001)...

    Steven R. Livingstoneet al. Changing Musical Emotion: A Computational Rule System for Modifying Sc...

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