I'm looking for any further information regarding the journal Computers in Music Research.

So far I know that it was published by the University of Wisconsin, Madison, edited by John Wm. Schaffer, had the ISSN "1046-1744", and that it published six issues annually, the last of which (1999) was delayed and published in 2003.

I also have the following citations:

  • Alphonce, Bo. "Computer Applications in Music Research: A Retrospective". Computers in Music Research 1 (1989): 1-74.
  • Popovic, Igor. "The Analytical Object: Computer Based Representation of Musical Scores and Analyses". Computers in Music Research 1 (1989): 103-116.
  • Fujinaga, I., B. Alphonce, B. Pennycook, & N. Boisvert. "Optical recognition of music notation by computer". Computers in Music Research 1 (1989): 161-164.
  • Smoliar, Stephen W. "Lewin's Model of Musical Perception Reflected by Artificial Intelligence". Computers in Music Research 2 (1990): 1-37.
  • Desain, P. & H. Honing. "Towards a Calculus for Expressive Timing in Music". Computers in Music Research 3 (1991): 42-120. http://www.nici.kun.nl/mmm/abstracts/dh-91-f.html
  • Fujinaga, I., B. Pennycook, & B. Alphonce. "The optical music recognition project". Computers in Music Research 3 (1991): 139-42.
  • Orpen, K. & D. Huron. "Measurement of similarity in music: A quantitative approach for non-parametric representations". Computers in Music Research 4 (1992): 1-44.
  • Uno, Yayoi & Roland H�bscher. "Temporal-Gestalt Segmentation: polyphonic extensions and applications to works by Boulez, Cage, Xenakis, Ligeti, and Babbitt". Computers in Music Research 5 (1995): 1-37.
  • McGee, Deron. "Developing Knowledge-based Simulations as a Method for Investigating Theoretical Positions". Computers in Music Research 5 (1995): 39-66.
  • Blombach, Ann K. "Determining Keys and Correct Pitch Notation in Tonal Melodies". Computers in Music Research 5 (1995): 67-102.
  • Koozin, T. "Graphic Approaches to Musical Analysis in a Multimedia Environment". Computers in Music Research 5 (1995): 103-118
  • Pearsall, Edward R. "Reviews: Gerald Edelman, 'Bright Air, Brilliant Fire'". Computers in Music Research 5 (1995): 119-32.
    1. Collins & D. Huron. "Voice Leading in Cantus Firmus-based Composition: A Comparison between Theory and Practice in Renaissance and Baroque Music using Computer-Assisted Inferential Measures." Computers in Music Research 6 (1999): 53-96.

Please leave comments here or email me directly if you can either fill me in on any further citations or even supply me with full text of any of the articles from this journal.

Posted Thu 15 Nov 2007 12:45:00 GMT