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Rytis Ambrazevičius

Modelling of local tempo change with applications to Lithuanian traditional singing

Pierre Beauguitte and Hung-Chuan Huang

Content-based music retrieval of Irish traditional music via a virtual tin whistle

Robertas Budrys and Rytis Ambrazevičius

On the singer’s formant in Lithuanian traditional singing

Sauhaarda Chowdhuri

PhonoViz: Chroma Feature Visualization for Hindustani Classical Music

Mats Johansson

Timing-sound interactions in traditional Scandinavian fiddle music: Preliminary findings and implications

Jiei Kuroyanagi, Shoichiro Sato, Meng-Jou Ho, Gakuto Chiba, Joren Six, Peter Pfordresher, Adam Tierney, Shinya Fujii and Patrick Savage

Automatic comparison of human music, speech, and bird song suggests uniqueness of human scales

Geert Maessen

Aspects of melody generation for the lost chant of the Mozarabic Rite

Geert Maessen

Toledo, Rome and the origins of Gregorian chant - An alternative hypothesis

Cornelia Metzig, Mark Sandler and Caroline Colijn

Country classification with feature selection and network construction for folk tunes

Nana Mzhavanadze and Madona Chamgeliani

Analysis of mutual influence of music and text in Svan songs

Per Åsmund Omholt

Painting blue

Polina Proutskova

Towards singing perception universals

Anders Erik Røine

Phrasing Practices in Norwegian Sl├ątte Music - Preliminary results and methodological considerations

Shoichiro Sato, Joren Six, Peter Pfordresher, Shinya Fujii and Patrick Savage

Automatic comparison of global children’s and adult songs

Frank Scherbaum, Nana Mzhavanadze, Sebastian Rosenzweig and Meinard Mueller

Multi-media recordings of traditional Georgian vocal music for computational analysis