The Physics and Psychophysics of Music: An Introduction

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Springer Science & Business Media, 2008 M12 15 - 229 páginas

This book uses acoustics, psychophysics, and neurobiology to explore the physical systems and biological processes that intervene when we hear music. It incorporates the latest findings in brain science and tone generation in musical instruments.

 

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A Multidisciplinary Overview
1
to 2 Sound Vibrations Pure Tones and the Perception of Pitch
22
to 3 Sound Waves Acoustic Energy and the Perception of Loudness
76
to 4 Generation of Musical Sounds Complex Tones and the Perception of Timbre
113
to 5 Superposition and Successions of Complex Tones and the Integral Perception of Music
167
Appendix I Some Quantitative Aspects of the Bowing Mechanism
199
Appendix II Some Quantitative Aspects of Central Pitch Processor Models
202
Appendix III Some Remarks on Teaching Physics and Psychophysics of Music
210
References
213
Index
221
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The author is a space scientist of international reputation with a close and active relation with music (he studied organ with the late maestros Héctor Zeoli in Buenos Aires and Hans Jendis in Göttingen), who organized and directed the international workshops on the Neuropsychological Foundations of Music at the Carinthian Music Festivals in Ossiach, Austria. These workshops, held regularly between 1973 and 1985, have been credited as being the originators of the interdisciplinary approach to the study of music perception. In 2007 he was invited to deliver the opening lecture on Music and the Evolution of Human Brain Function at the international congress Mozart and Science in Baden/Vienna, Austria.

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