Melodic contour representations in the analysis of children's songs

Abstract : Children's songs is a particular musical genre related to folk music, with its own musical characteristics. This paper sets out to explore melodic contour in children's songs from seven different countries/nations across Europe. We look for distinctive contour patterns which differentiate the songs of each country. For pattern representation we use different viewpoints related to melodic contour, two of which also relying on beat information. Preliminary results are presented, and some initial observations regarding the patterns found, the representations used, and the genre as a whole, are discussed.
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Peter van Kranenburg, Christina Anagnostopoulou, Anja Volk. 3rd International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, Jun 2013, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Meertens Institute and Utrecht University Department of Information and Computing Sciences, pp.40-43, 2013, Wiskunde en Informatica
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Christina Anagnostopoulou, Mathieu Giraud, Nick Poulakis. Melodic contour representations in the analysis of children's songs. Peter van Kranenburg, Christina Anagnostopoulou, Anja Volk. 3rd International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, Jun 2013, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Meertens Institute and Utrecht University Department of Information and Computing Sciences, pp.40-43, 2013, Wiskunde en Informatica. <hal-00826427>

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