Current research in systematic musicology


In 2013 Springer launched the series Current research in systematic musicology with Sound—perception—performance, edited by Rolf Bader.

The collection covers recent concepts of synchronized systems, evolutionary concepts, the basic understanding of performance as Gestalt patterns, theories of chill as performance goals or historical aspects, the neurocognitive basis of motor action in terms of music, musical syntax, and therapeutic aspects.

Also presented are state-of-the-art applications in performance realizations, such as virtual room acoustics, virtual musicians, new concepts of real-time physical modeling using complex performance data as input, and sensor and gesture studies with soft- and hardware solutions.

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