“CNRS le journal” has published the video on our work, “Le piano virtuose”, in partnership with the French newspaper “Le Monde”. Many thanks to Pierre de Parscau for the fine cinematography and editing, and Nicolas Baker for the excellent production!
A paper linking music rhythms to performed timings and arrhythmia is now published online (open access)—url: journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2059204318795159—in the Music & Science journal edited by Professor Ian Cross. This article documents many of the ideas underlying the ERC ADG COSMOS: Computational Shaping and Modeling of Musical Structures. Chew, E. (2018). Notating disfluencies and temporal deviations in music and arrhythmia. Music & Science, […]
Chew, E. (2017). From Sound to Structure: Synchronising Prosodic and Structural Information to Reveal the Thinking Behind Performance Decisions. In C. MacKie (ed.): New Thoughts on Piano Performance: Research at the Interface between Science and the Art of Piano Performance. Kindle Amazon. ISBN 978-164007055-4. Abstract: How a performer hears a piece is the determining factor […]
Chew, E. (2016). Playing with the edge: Tipping points and the role of tonality. In Stephen McAdams, David Temperley, Alexander Rozin (eds.): Milestones in Music Cognition Special Issue, Music Perception, 33(3):344-366