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You likely followed a link to this password-protected page from one of my reading lists. The article you’re looking for should be below, listed alphabetically by author.

Bispham, John (2006). Rhythm in music: What is it? Who has it? And why? Music Perception 24/2:135-142.

Graham, Roger (2006). Music as Socio-Emotional Confluence: a Comment on Bispham. Music Perception 24/2: 169-170.

Carson, Benjamin (2007). Perceiving and distinguishing simple timespan ratios without metric reinforcementJournal of New Music Research 36/4. 313-336. [For Nov. 19, focus on pp 317-322.]

Dalla Bella, S., Giguere, J.-F., & Peretz, I. (2007). Singing proficiency in the general populationJournal of the Acoustical Society of America, 121: 1182-1189. 

Deutsch, Diana (1991). The tritone paradox: An influence of language on music perceptionMusic Perception 8.4: 335-47.

[ Conduct/experience the empirical study. ]

Repp, Bruno (1994). The Tritone Paradox and the Pitch Range of the Speaking Voice: A Dubious ConnectionMusic Perception 12.2: 227- 255.

Deutsch, Diana (1994). The Tritone Paradox and the Pitch Range of the Speaking Voice: Reply to ReppMusic Perception 12.2: 257- 263. 

Krumhansl, C., & Kessler, E. J. (1982). Tracing the dynamic changes in perceived tonal organization in a spatial representation of musical keys. Psychological Review, 89: 334-368. {Focus on pp. 340-344.}

Note: Krumhansl & Kessler’s “Experiment 1” makes use of “Shepard’s Tones,” described in the middle paragraph of the right side of p 340. These tones are described in more detail in Deutsch, 1991—the next article in this set. Even more detail: read the first two pages, and pp 132-135, of my review of Deutsch’s work.

Lerdahl, Fred (1992). Cognitive constraints on compositional systems. In Contemporary Music Review 6/2, 97-121.

McAdams, Stephen.(1989). Psychological constraints on form-bearing dimensions in music. Contemporary Music Review 4:1, 181-198.

Smith, Kenneth (2010). ‘A Science of Tonal Love’? Drive and Desire in Twentieth-Century Harmony: the Erotics of Skryabin. Music Analysis 29:1/3, 234-263.

Tekman, Hasan Gürkan (1995). Cue trading in the perception of rhythmic structureMusic Perception 13:1, 17-38.

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