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ICOMCS2 REVIEWED FULL PAPERS
The 25 papers below were submitted as full, four-page papers that were then reviewed by two members of the ICoMCS2 Scientific Committee. Papers were reviewed according to the relevance of the topic for ICoMCS2, the clarity of presentation, originality or novelty of the approach, significance of the paper including results, and overall quality.

Publication details:
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Music Communication Science (ICoMCS2), edited by Catherine Stevens, Emery Schubert, Bridget Kruithof, Kym Buckley, and Steven Fazio, published in 2009 by HCSNet, University of Western Sydney. ISBN 978-1-74108-203-6.

 

TITLES

PAGE NUMBERS

Bangert, D., Schubert, E., & Fabian, D. Decision-making in unpracticed and practiced performances of Baroque violin music

3-6

Brown, A.R., Gifford, T., Narmour, E., & Davidson, R. Generation in Context: An Exploratory Method for Musical Enquiry

7-10

Cho, J. E. Effect of Concert Activities with rhythm-based musical Instruments on the Improvement of Sociality among Adolescents in Residential Care

11-15

Draper, P. Foreign Objects and the Art of Interpretation Link to Media Files

16-19

Garrido, S. Rumination and sad music: A review of the literature and a future direction

20-23

Ginsborg, J., & Chaffin, R. Very long term memory for words and melody: An expert singer's written and sung recall over six years

24-28

Ginsborg, J. & Gayford, C. Feeling Sound: Listeners' experience of topical pitch perception

29-33

Hiraga, R., Takahashi, K., & Kato, N. Toward Music Communication with Supplemental Visual Information

34-37

Innes-Brown, H. Marozeau, J. Grayden, D.B., Burkitt, A.N., & Blamey, P. B.
Visual information can improve musical stream segregation.

38-41

Liang, C., Braganza, R., Giblin, I., & Bain, M. A Markov Chain Model of Formulaic Improvisation in Jazz

42-45

Lisboa, T. Memory for music performance: comparing played and written recall

46-49

Marco, D.J.T., McLachlan, N.M., & Wilson, S.J. Pitch streaming: A behavioural investigation of pitch-matching accuracy

50-53

Marozeau, J., Innes-Brown, H., Grayden, D.B., Burkitt, A.N., & Blamey, P.
The effect of temporal envelope on melody segregation

54-57

McLachlan, N., Greco, L., Toner, E.C., & Wilson, S.J. Interactions between visual and auditory encoding of pitch and time

58-61

McLachlan, N., & Wilson, S.J. Pitch streaming: A computational network model       

62-66

Olsen, K., & Stevens, C.J.  Perceptual overestimation of rising intensity: Is stimulus continuity necessary?

67-70

Parton, K., & Edwards, G. Features of conductor gesture: Towards a framework for analysis within interaction

71-74

Paton, B., & McIntyre, P. Audio mastering: Experimenting on the creative system of music production

75-78

Preti, C. Music in hospitals: Defining an emerging activity

79-82

Schaffert, N., Mattes, K., Barrass, S., & Effenberg, A.O. Exploring Functions and Aesthetics in Sonifications for Elite Sports

83-86

Shek, V., & Schubert, E. Background Music at Work: A literature review and some hypotheses

87-91

Smith, J. & Wolfe, J. Wagner’s music is even better than it sounds

92-95

Somerville, P., & Uitdenbogerd, A.L. Sound source separation algorithm comparison using popular music

96-99

Stevens, C.J., Vincs, K., & Schubert, E. Measuring audience response on-line: An evaluation of the portable audience response facility (pARF)            

100-103

Yasuda, S. A Psychological Study of Strong Experiences Induced by Listening to Music

104-107

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