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Musical Parsing and Musical Affect

Musical Parsing and Musical Affect <jats:p>This paper explores the issue of what is going on in a listener's mind during the real-time processing of music, such that it is possible to account for the listener's understanding of the music. The issue will be approached through evidence internal to music itself, and also by analogy with evidence from the processing of language. I will then examine how processing of the sort I propose provides a basis for considering a particular issue in the theory of musical affect.</jats:p> http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Music Perception CrossRef

Musical Parsing and Musical Affect

Music Perception , Volume 9 (2): 199-229 – Jan 1, 1991

Musical Parsing and Musical Affect


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<jats:p>This paper explores the issue of what is going on in a listener's mind during the real-time processing of music, such that it is possible to account for the listener's understanding of the music. The issue will be approached through evidence internal to music itself, and also by analogy with evidence from the processing of language. I will then examine how processing of the sort I propose provides a basis for considering a particular issue in the theory of musical affect.</jats:p>

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0730-7829
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10.2307/40285529
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Abstract

<jats:p>This paper explores the issue of what is going on in a listener's mind during the real-time processing of music, such that it is possible to account for the listener's understanding of the music. The issue will be approached through evidence internal to music itself, and also by analogy with evidence from the processing of language. I will then examine how processing of the sort I propose provides a basis for considering a particular issue in the theory of musical affect.</jats:p>

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Music PerceptionCrossRef

Published: Jan 1, 1991

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