Current affiliation: University of HuddersfieldSubject: Art & Applied ArtsPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Interdisciplinary Science ReviewsPublication date:2012-06-01
The climax of the chorus ‘The Heavens are Telling’ from Haydn’s oratorio Die
Schöpfung (The Creation) employs a harmonic progression that Beethoven...
Published in:Interdisciplinary Science ReviewsPublication date:2013-06-01
The degree to which orthodox Darwinism is operative in culture is explored
in order to determine the extent to which we may regard memetic phenomen...
Published in:Music AnalysisPublication date:2013-10-09
A review of William Kinderman's The Creative Process in Music which argues for a more psychological and memetic approach to creativity than is util...
Published in:Language and CognitionPublication date:2015-03-06
Steven Mithen argues that language evolved from an antecedent he
terms “Hmmmmm, [meaning it was] Holistic, manipulative, multimodal, musical and mi...
Published in:Psychology of MusicPublication date:2016-05-01
This article discusses some general issues arising from the study of similarity in music, both humanconducted
and computer-aided, and then progress...
Published in:Musicae ScientiaePublication date:2010-03-01
This article discusses the aetiology and evolution of musical structure, specifically the sonata-form exposition, from a memetic perspective. It re...
Published in:Computer Music JournalPublication date:2004-12-01
This article discusses the use of the Humdrum Tookit for detecting the replicated patterns in music which Richard Dawkins terms memes.
Published in:Journal of the Royal Musical AssociationPublication date:2003-01-01
A study of pattern replication -- conducted in terms of the meme paradigm -- in this aria from Mozart's Die Zauberfloete and other late works.
Published in:Music AnalysisPublication date:1992-03-01
A re-reading of certain Schenkerian voice-leading structures in the light of Joseph Riepel's 'monte', 'ponte' and 'fonte' patterns.
Published in:Interdisciplinary Science ReviewsPublication date:2015-06-01
Cohn (1996) and Taruskin (1985) consider the increasing prominence
the nineteenth century of harmonic progressions derived from the
Published in:Computer Music JournalPublication date:2016-06-01
Published in:Music, Mind, and EmbodimentPublication date:2016-01-01