2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11674-2_8
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Abstract: Abstract.Harmony is an important component in music. Chord progressions, which represent harmonic changes of music with understandable notations, have been used in popular music and Jazz. This article explores the question of whether a chord progression can be summarized for music retrieval. Various possibilities for chord progression simplification schemes, N-gram construction schemes, and distance functions are explored. Experiments demonstrate that such profiles can be used for artist grouping and for compo… Show more

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“…One study used language modeling methods on musical n-grams to perform composer recognition [10] and another used a neural network over encodings of the pitches of musical pieces [12]. Similar methods have been used to study stylistic characteristics of eight jazz composers [19,1] over chord sequences similar to ours. While these studies operated on small datasets (on the order of hundreds of samples) to identify and analyze music of a small set of musicians, we use a large dataset (on the order of tens of thousands) and predict attributes of artists based on the music.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…One study used language modeling methods on musical n-grams to perform composer recognition [10] and another used a neural network over encodings of the pitches of musical pieces [12]. Similar methods have been used to study stylistic characteristics of eight jazz composers [19,1] over chord sequences similar to ours. While these studies operated on small datasets (on the order of hundreds of samples) to identify and analyze music of a small set of musicians, we use a large dataset (on the order of tens of thousands) and predict attributes of artists based on the music.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In this paper, we explore the use of chord embeddings and argue that it is yet another NLP methodology that can benefit the analysis of music as a form of language. Our objectives are (1) to probe embeddings to understand what musical information they capture, and (2) to demonstrate the value of embeddings in two example applications.…”
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confidence: 99%