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1 4 6December2014 StaatlichesInstitutfürMusikforschungBerlin 14 9thConferenceonInterdisciplinaryMusicology SCHEDULE

2 9th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology CIM14 SIMPK 4-6 December 2014 Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung Preußischer Kulturbesitz Tiergartenstraße Berlin am Kulturforum Conference Venue: Entrance Musikinstrumenten-Museum Ben-Gurion-Straße Conference Sessions & Topics Session A) Mapping the Field: including, Music Technology, Technology in Musicology and Music Research, Technology in Ethnomusicology, Technology in the Neuroscience of Music, Technology for Music Education. Session B) Sociology, Anthropology & Psychology: including, Technology as Gender Sensitive Construction, Diversity & Technology, Women in Music Technology, Evolutionary Musicology. Session C) Philosophy, Criticism & History: including, Philosophy and Theory of Music Technology, History of Music Technology, Music Beyond Technology, Critique of Technological Determinism. Session D) Art & Aesthetics: including, Technology in/for Composition, Electroacoustic Music Studies, Technological Criteria in Performances. Session E) Analysis: including, Technology in/of Music Analysis, Analysis of Musical Performance. Session F) Technology of Music Technology: including, Software & Hardware Design, Perceptual Coding, Interfaces and Human-Computer Interaction, Sound Diffusion. Session G) Science and Art of Sound Recording: including, Tonmeister Practice and Advances in Music Technology, Archiving & Restoration, Storage and Preservation of Music, Hi-Density Formats. Session H) Technology of Musical Instruments: including, Design and Development of Acoustic Musical Instruments, Digital Musical Instruments & Musical Interfaces, Restoration of Musical Instruments. Session I) Documentation, Archiving & Retrieval: including, Library Technology for Music, Music Databases, and Information Design for Musical Instrument Museums. Session K) Musical Practice: including, Extended Instrumental / Vocal Techniques, Technology for Education and Practicing music, Composers' and Performers Forums on Technology. Special Session New Emerging Technologies: including, Music Neurotechnology, Evolutionary Computing in Music & Musicology, Unconventional Computing in Music. Special Session Ethnomusicology / Cultural Musicology: including, Computational Ethnomusicology, Technology in/for Ethnomusicology, Technology in/for Cultural Musicology. Special Session Neuromusicology: including, Neuro-inspired Music Theory, Neuro-inspired Composition. Special Session Xenakis: including: Xenakis & Interdisciplinarity, Xenakis & Technology.

3 9th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology CIM14 SIMPK 4-6 December 2014 SCHEDULE Thursday December 4 9:00-11:00 Registration 10:00-12:30 plenar session SESSION A Curt-Sachs-Saal Chair: Hans-Joachim Maempel 10:00 Welcome Talks 10:30 Luc Nijs and Marc Leman Performing with the Music Paint Machine: provoking an embodied approach to educational technology 11:00 You Nakai The Natures of Technology: David Tudor s Conception of an Island as a Musical Instrument 11:30 Johanna Devaney, Daniel Shanahan and Kirsten Nisula Evaluating Rule- and Exemplar-Based Computational Approaches to Modeling Harmonic Function in Music Theory Pedagogy 12:00 Helena De Souza Nunes and Cláudia Elisiane Ferreira Dos Santos Keyboard teaching: a multidisciplinary integration in the e-learning modality BREAK 14-15:20 parallel sessions SESSION B Curt-Sachs-Saal Chair: Simone Hohmaier Talks 14:00 Amanda Haste Cyberchant: Medium and message in the computerised notation of newly composed monastic music 14:30 Rachel McCarthy Gendered Vocal Construction in Female Electronic Composers Short presentations 15:00-15:20 Piotr Podlipniak and Edward Gorzelańczyk The technological and evolutionary aspects of tonality as a communicative tool Navid Bargrizan A New Opera Concept: An Identity Quest Mediated by Digital Media and Microtones in Manfred Stahnke s Orpheus Kristall Emily Erken Composing the Musical Self Online: Social Media as Audience Engagement Tom Hall and Alan F. Blackwell Sharing digital performance notation with the audience SESSION C Folkloresaal Chair: Torsten Anders Talks 14:00 Sebastian Klotz Post-subjective listening and technological agency. An actor-network perspective. 14:30 Tim Sayer Non-Thinking Music Making: A proposed methodology to emancipate improvisation Short presentations 15:00-15:05 Andreas Möllenkamp Paradigms of Music Software Development

4 SESSION F Seminarraum Chair: Eduardo Miranda Talks 14:00 Pavlos Antoniadis, Frederic Bevilacqua and Dominique Fober Gesture cutting through textual complexity: Towards a tool for online gestural analysis and control of complex piano notation processing 14:30 Mats Küssner Using motion-capture technologies to investigate cross-modal mappings of sound and music: Empirical findings from two studies involving real-time drawings and gestures Short presentations 15:00-15:15 Dasaem Jeong and Younghae Noh New Music Visualization for Attractive Listening to Classical Music Johannes Regnier and Stephan Mauer Control Of Sound Spatialization By Means Of A Multi-Protocol Modular Toolbox Adam Tindale, Michael Cumming and Sara Diamond Haptic pattern representation using music technologies 15:30 Postersession 1 Foyer Chair: Federico Visi SESSIONS B + C + F (can be continued in Postersession 2) 16:00-18:10 parallel sessions SPECIAL SESSION Ethnomusicology / Cultural Musicology Folkloresaal Chair: Timour Klouche Talks 16:00 Adiel Ben-Shalom, Joseph Keshet and Roni Yeger-Granot Automatic Analysis of Music and its Relation to the Text in Jewish Traditional Cantillation 16:30 Martín Rocamora, Luis Jure and Luiz W. P. Biscainho Tools for detection and classification of piano drum patterns from Candombe recordings Short presentations 17:00-17:25 Achyuth Narayan and Navjyoti Singh Detection Of Micro-Tonal Ornamentations In Dhrupad Using A Dynamic Programming Approach Fadi Al-Ghawanmeh, Mohammad Al-Ghawanmeh and Nedal Obeidat Toward an Improved Automatic Melodic Accompaniment to Arab Vocal Improvisation, Mawwāl Ali Cenk Gedik A Computational Ethnomusicology Approach for the Automatic Transcription of Traditional Turkish Art Music Varvara Diakonova (tbc) The studying of Yakut musical instruments on the basis of linguistic and ethnographic data from "the Yakut dictionary" by E. Pekarskiy Oksana E. Dobzhanskaya, Valenlin Ju. Gusev and Maria M. Brykina (tbc) The Song genres in the musical folklore of Nganasans SESSION E3 (focus performance) Seminarraum Chair: Henrik von Coler Talks 16:00 Sven-Amin Lembke and Stephen McAdams Timbre s role in music: investigating its dependency on pitch and dynamics during musical performance 16:30 Sofia Lourenço, Luís Gustavo Martins, Marcelo Wanderley, Mickael Tits and Ricardo Megre Towards a multimodal analysis of European Piano Schools of Music Performance 17:00 Baudouin Bokiau, Anne-Emmanuelle Ceulemans and Paul Fisette Exploring the functioning and the performance of piano actions with multibody modeling

5 continued: SESSION E3 (focus performance) Seminarraum Short presentations 17:30-17:45 Erin Heisel Technology in Music Performance as Virtuosity Esther Coorevits, Dirk Moelants, Pieter-Jan Maes and Marc Leman Studying the effect of tempo on music performance: a multimodal approach Kai Siedenburg, Ichiro Fujinaga and Stephen McAdams Technologies of Timbre: On Audio Features and Evaluation in Interdisciplinary Music Research Session G + H1 Curt-Sachs-Saal Chair: Hauke Egermann Talks 16:00 Pieter Snapper Recording opera as a creative act: subverting representation and the laws of physics in contemporary opera production 16:30 Mat Dalgleish, Christopher Foster and Steve Spencer Blurring the Lines: an Integrated Compositional Model for Digital Musical Instrument Design 17:00 Trond Engum Digital augmentation of the electric guitar based on extended playing techniques 17:30 Nicholas Bailey, Théo Cremel and Alex South Using Acoustic Modelling to Design and Print a Microtonal Clarinet Short presentations 18:00-18:10 Rita Torres and Paulo Ferreira-Lopes Guitar multiphonics: Influence of amplification Cheng-I Wang, Tamara Smyth and Zachary C. Lipton Estimation of Saxophone Control Parameters by Convex Optimization 18:30 Postersession 2 Foyer Chair: Timour Klouche SESSIONS E3 + G + H1 + SPECIAL SESSION Ethnomusicology / Cultural Musicology 18:00 GUIDED TOUR Musikinstrumenten-Museum english/german

6 Friday December 5 9:00-11:00 Registration 10:00-12:30 plenar session SPECIAL SESSION New Emerging Technologies Curt-Sachs-Saal Chair: Henrik von Coler Talks 10:00 Edward Braund and Eduardo Miranda Unconventional Computing In Music 10:30 Alexis Kirke, Peter Shadbolt, Alex Neville, Aurelien Antoine and Eduardo Miranda Q-Muse: A Quantum Computer Music System Designed For A Performance For Orchestra, Electronics And Live Internet- Connected Photonic Quantum Computer 11:00 Marco Donnarumma and Atau Tanaka Principles, challenges and future directions of physiological computing for the physical performance of digital musical instruments 11:30 Edward Braund and Eduardo Miranda Unconventional Computer Music with Physarum Polycephalum 12:00 Alexis Kirke, Olivia Gentile, Federico Visi and Eduardo Miranda MIMED Proposal For A Programming Language At The Meeting Point Between Choreography, Music And Software Development BREAK 14:00-15:40 parallel sessions SESSION E1 (focus melody) Seminarraum Chair: Joel Eaton Talks 14:00 Juan J. Bosch and Emilia Gómez 12:45-13:45 First general meeting of the Society for Interdisciplinary Musicology Seminarraum Melody extraction in symphonic classical music: a comparative study on mutual agreement between humans and algorithms 14:30 Dimitrios Bountouridis and Jan Van Balen Towards Capturing Melodic Stability 15:00 Marcelo Lopez and Anja Volk Comparison of Repetition-Based Melody Segmentation Models Short presentations 15:30-15:40 Pierre Donat-Bouillud, Samer Abdallah and Nicolas Gold Compression-based Dependence Analysis among Rhythmic Motifs Immanuel Albrecht, Martin A. Rohrmeier and Stefan Schmidt Coarsening Maps as Mathematical Foundations of Reductive Analysis SESSION E4 (focus analysis II) Curt-Sachs-Saal Chair: Dimitris Exarchos Talks 14:00 Massimo Avantaggiato Donatoni: Quartetto III 14:30 Juan Medina and Jan Tro The Geometry of the «Lando» and its diverse Timelines 15:00 Martha Brech and Henrik von Coler The Halaphon and its use in Luigi Nono s Prometeo in Venice

7 continued: SESSION E4 (focus analysis II) Curt-Sachs-Saal Short presentations 15:30-15:40 Alfonso Meave Avila and Felipe Orduña Bustamante Contrapunctus v.1.0: A Species Counterpoint Analysis and Generation Software, Based on the Rules of Fux, Jeppesen, and Salzer Joseph Morgan The Mashup and the Motet everything old is new again Session I Folkloresaal Chair: Federico Visi Talks 14:00 Carlos Alberto Figueiredo Brazilian sacred music of the 18th. century and digital editions: the Salve Regina by Lobo de Mesquita (1745?-1805) 14:30 Folkmar Hein and Thomas Seelig International Documentation of Electronic Music Short presentations 15:00-15:10 Sarah-Indriyati Hardjowirogo and Hauke Egermann Systematising History: A Database for Electronic and Digital Musical Instruments Including Functional and Aesthetical Properties Sergio Oramas and Mohamed Sordo and Xavier Serra Automatic creation of knowledge graphs from digital musical document libraries 16:00-18:10 parallel sessions SESSION D2 (focus perception) Seminarraum Chair: Hauke Egermann Talks 16:00 Roger Mills Flight of the Sea Swallow: A Multimodal Approach to Examining Collaborative Interaction in Networked Music Performance 16:30 Michel Bernays, Philippe Depalle and Marcelo M. Wanderley Perception and identification of piano timbre nuances in digital performance simulations vs. audio recordings 17:00 Björn Forcher, Sahar Javadi, Christian Reuschling, Stephan Baumann and Andreas Dengel Justifying Results of the Music Recommender System HORST 17:30 Emilios Cambouropoulos, Maximos Kaliakatsos-Papakostas, Kai-Uwe Kühnberger, Oliver Kutz and Alan Smaill Concept Invention and Music: Creating Novel Harmonies via Conceptual Blending Short presentations 18:00-18:10 Henrik von Coler Musical Expressivity - Interrelations Between Sound Synthesis, Musicology and Other Disciplines Jacob Robbins The Ableton Push and the Concretization of Sound Session H2 Folkloresaal Chair: Mina Fallahi Talks 16:00 Philipp Neubauer, Johannes Tschesche, Joachim Bös, Tobias Melz and Holger Hanselka Smart material wolf note eliminators 16:30 Camille Simon Chane and Philippe Bruguiere Spectral imaging to enhance fading inscriptions on historical instruments 17:00 Massimiliano Zanoni, Francesco Setragno and Augusto Sarti The Violin Ontology 17:30 Eirik Kristensen and Jan Tro The trombone; how it works and how it is performed, with and without auditory feedback

8 Session K Curt-Sachs-Saal Chair: Eduardo Miranda Talks 16:00 Guillaume Boutard and Fabrice Marandola Mixed music creative process documentation methodology: outcomes of the DiP-CoRE project 16:30 Grégoire Lavergne and Amandine Pras To see within electronic and percussion improvisations Short presentations 17:00-17:25 Mat Dalgleish and Steve Spencer Postrum: encouraging good posture in trumpet players through directional haptic feedback Anna Troisi and Antonino Chiaramonte Sounding sculptures for the augmentation of musical experience in live electroacoustic music Barah Héon-Morissette Transdisciplinarity An Artistic Practice: Gesture-Sound Space and SICMAP Jessica Aslan From input to output: Harnessing hardware for mixed performance Beata Glinka (tbc) Performer perceptions in music for flute and electronics 18:30 Postersession 3 Foyer Chair: Torsten Anders SESSIONS D2 + E1 + E4 + I + K 18:30 pm GUIDED TOUR Martin Elste: Musical instruments as documents of mechanisation of western art music 20:00 CONCERT

9 Saturday December 6 9:00-11:00 Registration 10:00-12:00 plenar session SPECIAL SESSION Xenakis Curt-Sachs-Saal Chair: Dimitris Exarchos Talks 10:00 Sharon Kanach Xenakis and film: the composer s hidden side 10:30 Boris Hofmann "From Space To Tape" Modern recording technologies vs. composer's intention 11:00 Ryo Ikeshiro Real-time GENDYN visualisation 11:30 Peter Hoffmann Post-Xenakian Art Updated: Recent Developments in Graphical and Stochastic Synthesis online Thor Kell (offline Video + live Q&A in Xenakis Poster Session) Mistify: Dynamically Recreating & Recomposing Xenakis' Mists 11:00 GUIDED TOUR Musikinstrumenten-Museum english/german BREAK 13:30-15:50 parallel sessions SESSION D1 (focus generation) Curt-Sachs-Saal Chair: Peter Nelson Talks 13:30 Rodrigo Schramm, Helena Nunes, Aurélien Antoine and Eduardo Miranda A generative system for the creation of new songs from Portuguese prosody 14:00 Valerio Velardo and Mauro Vallati Automatic Melody Composition and Evolution: a Cognitive-based Approach 14:30 Federico Visi, Duncan Williams, Giovanni Dothel and Eduardo Miranda Musification of ALS Pathophysiology: Notes on Timbre and Spatialisation in Unfolding Clusters 15:00 Fernando Gualda and Pedro Rebelo Modelling Improvised, Musical Gestures : an empirical approach to identify and compare gestures in 'free improvisation' Short presentations 15:30-15:50 Michele Della Ventura Automatic Music Composition from a Self-Learning Algorithm Torsten Anders Modelling Durational Accents for Computer-Aided Composition Thomas Prätzlich, Johannes Kepper, Solveig Schreiter and Meinard Müller Comparing and Accessing Digital Music Related Data in the Project "Freischütz Digital" Miriam Akkermann and Marcello Lussana motioncomposer. An analytical approach to a composed system.

10 SESSION E2 (focus analysis) Seminarraum Chair: Henrik von Coler Talks 13:30 Jakob Abeßer, Estefanía Cano, Klaus Frieler and Martin Pfleiderer Dynamics in jazz improvisation - score-informed estimation and contextual analysis of tone intensities in trumpet and saxophone solos 14:00 Arndt Eppler, Andreas Maennchen, Christof Weiss, Jakob Abesser and Klaus Frieler Automatic style classification of jazz records with respect to rhythm, tempo, and tonality 14:30 Christof Weiss and Julian Habryka Chroma-Based Scale Matching for Audio Tonality Analysis 15:00 Mathieu Barthet, Mark Plumbley, Alexander Kachkaev, Jason Dykes, Daniel Wolff and Tillman Weyde Big Chord Data Extraction and Mining Short presentations 15:30-15:40 Alexander Kachkaev, Daniel Wolff, Mathieu Barthet, Mark Plumbley, Jason Dykes and Tillman Weyde Visualising Chord Progressions in Music Collections: A Big Data Approach Christof Weiss and Meinard Mueller Quantifying and Visualizing Tonal Complexity SPECIAL SESSION Neuromusicology Folkloresaal Chair: Joel Eaton Talks 13:30 Timothy Schmele and Imanol Gomez Three Dimensional Sonificaton Of fmri Brain Data In The Musical Composition Neurospaces Short presentations 14:00-14:15 Santiago Renteria, Geraldine Molina, Juan Levi Serrano, Emilia Sainz and Diana Urquiza Binaural Audio Relaxation Techniques For People With Anxiety And Stress Janette Alle Tamer, Emilio Javier Anaya Acosta, Marco Antonio Garcia Quintanar, Iván Alberto García López, Héctor Domingo Orozco Pérez, Rubén Rodríguez Pérez and Diana Urquiza The Effects of Binaural Auditory Stimulation in the Cerebral Activity of Young Population using Neurosky-brainwave device Joel Eaton and Eduardo Miranda Expanding On Brain Control: A Real-Time Hybrid BCMI For Drum Machine Combining Active (SSVEP) And Passive (Affective Response) Brainwave Control 16:00 Postersession 4 Foyer Chair: Federico Visi SESSIONS D1 + E2 + SPECIAL SESSION Neuromusicology 16:00 ECMST Xenakis Poster Session Foyer & Folkloresaal (Thor Kell video) Chair: Dimitris Exarchos 17:00 open stage: concert & workshop & farewell

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