Re: Emotional Association with Structure/Patterns/Sounds


Subject: Re: Emotional Association with Structure/Patterns/Sounds
From: Morgan Sutherland (skiptracer@gmail.com)
Date: Wed Sep 28 2005 - 19:18:33 EDT


It's so aggravating when you ask these types of questions on the
Internet because I end up with a long list of books...

I'm looking for scientific reports and recommendations, not lists.

If you could recommend one book, what would it be. (on this subject)

On 9/28/05, Innes A. Park <oceanicverse@postmaster.co.uk> wrote:
> Questions like, why are some chords "sad"
> >and others "scary".
> >I feel like there should be a significant amount of research in this area.
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> If you type in the name Schubert to the Australian Digital Thesis Project:
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> http://adt.caul.edu.au/
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> You should be able to get your own free digital copy of:
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> 1. Measurement and time series analysis of emotion in music
> Author Schubert, Emery
> Date 1999
> Institution / School University of New South Wales. School of Music and Music Education
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> This thesis contains details of the music emotion response software 'Emotion Face'
> UNSW is the alma mater of the Fairlight CMI (1st digital sampler/audio recorder?) creators.
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