La investigación del timing en la interpretación: el software como herramienta en el análisis de la música clásica tonal

Igor Saenz Abarzuza

Resumen


La mayoría de los trabajos de investigación sobre interpretación musical se enfocan en la medición de parámetros de la interpretación, si bien están aumentando los artículos sobre modelos de interpretación, planificación de la interpretación musical y sobre la propia práctica interpretativa. El tempo ha sido probablemente el aspecto de la interpretación más estudiado. En este artículo se revisan los estudios sobre la agógica desde una perspectiva computacional a través de algunos de los artículos más relevantes, así como los principales retos a los que se enfrenta la disciplina y las dificultades que hay que solventar en su estudio. Se le concede especial importancia al programa libre Sonic Visualiser, una de las herramientas más útiles para llevar adelante este tipo de investigaciones.


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