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Dr. Klaus Frieler - Publications

1. Scientific Journals

  1. Lange, Elke B & Frieler, Klaus (2018). Challenges and opportunities of predicting musical emotions with perceptual and automatized features. Music Psychology.
  2. Abeßer, Jakob; Frieler, Klaus; Cano, Estefania; Pfleiderer, Marting; & Zaddach, Wolf-Georg (2017). Score-Informed Analysis of Tuning, Intonation, Pitch Modulation, and Dynamics in Jazz Solos. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing. PP(99):1-1. doi: 10.1109/TASLP.2016.2627186.
  3. Frieler, Klaus; Pfleiderer, Martin; Abeßer, Jakob & Zaddach, Wolf-Georg (2016). "Telling a story". On the dramaturgy of monophonic jazz solos. Empirical Musicology Review, 11(1).
  4. Frieler, Klaus; Pfleiderer, Martin; Abeßer, Jakob & Zaddach, Wolf-Georg (2016). Midlevel analysis of monophonic jazz solos. A new approach to the study of improvisation. Musicae Scientiae, 20 (2), 143-162. Raw data and supplementary files.
  5. Fischinger, Timo; Frieler, Klaus &, Louhivuori, Jukka (2015). Influence of Virtual Room Acoustics on Choir Singing. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain, 25(3), 208-218.
  6. Frieler, Klaus (2015). Absolute Pitch in Oral Transmission of Folk Tunes as Constrained Random Walks. Commentary on Olthof et al. (2015). Empirical Musicology Review, 10(3).
  7. Frieler, Klaus; Jakubowski, Kelly & Müllensiefen, Daniel (2015). Is it the Song and Not the Singer? Hit Song Prediction Using Structural Features of Melodies. In: Auhagen, W., Bullerjahn, C. & von Georgi, R. (Eds.) Jahrbuch Musikpsychologie 25, Göttingen: Hogrefe-Verlag.
  8. Frieler, Klaus; Pfleiderer, Martin; Abeßer, Jakob & Wolf-Georg Zaddach (2014). Chasing the Difference. Computer-aided Comparison of Improvisation in Post-bop, Hard bop, and Bebop. Jazzforschung / Jazz Research, 46.
  9. Richard von Georgi & Klaus Frieler (2014). Offenohrigkeit als eine valenz- und stimulusunabhängige Persönlichkeitseigenschaft. In: Auhagen, W., Bullerjahn, C. & von Georgi, R. (Eds.) Jahrbuch Musikpsychologie 24, Göttingen: Hogrefe-Verlag, 59-86.
  10. Mauch, Matthias; Frieler, Klaus & Dixon, Simon (2014). Intonation in Unaccompanied Singing: Accuracy, Drift and a Model of Reference Pitch Memory. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 136 (1), 401-11.
  11. Frieler, Klaus; Fischinger, Timo; Schlemmer, Kathrin; Jakubowski, Kelly; Müllensiefen, Daniel & Lothwesen, Kai (2013). Absolute Memory for Pitch: A Comparative Replication of Levitin's 1994 Study in Six European Labs. Musicae Scientiae, Special issue: Replication in music psychology, 7(3), 334-349.
  12. Frieler, Klaus; Müllensiefen, Daniel; Fischinger, Timo; Schlemmer, Kathrin; Jakubowski, Kelly & Lothwesen, Kai (2013). Replication in Music Psychology. Musicae Scientiae, Special issue: Replication in music psychology, 7(3), 265-276.
  13. Frieler, Klaus & Riedemann, Frank (2011). Is Independent (Re)creation Likely to Happen in Pop Music? Musicae Scientiae, 15(1), 17-28.
  14. Müllensiefen, Daniel; Pfleiderer, Martin & Frieler, Klaus (2009). The Perception of Accents in Pop Music Melodies. Journal of New Music Research, 38(1), 19-44.
  15. Müllensiefen, Daniel & Frieler, Klaus (2007). Modelling Experts' Notion of Melodic Similarity. Musicae Scientiae, Discussion Forum 4A, 183-210.
  16. Müllensiefen, Daniel & Frieler, Klaus (2004). Cognitive Adequacy in the Measurement of Melodic Similarity: Algorithmic vs. Human Judgments. Computing in Musicology, Vol. 13, 147-176.
  17. Frieler, Klaus & Rehren, Karl-Henning (1998). A non-abelian square root of abelian vertex operators. J. Math. Phys., Vol. 39, 3073-3090.

2. Conference Proceedings

  1. Frieler, Klaus (2018). A feature history of jazz improvisation. Proceedings of the 15th Jazz Forum Darmstadt, 2017. Hofheim: Wolke Verlag
  2. Frieler, Klaus & Pfleiderer, Martin (2017). Onbeat oder offbeat? Überlegungen zur symbolischen Darstellung von Musik am Beispiel der metrischen Quantisierung. Gesellschaft für Informatik, Bonn. doi: 10.18420/in2017_07
  3. Frieler, Klaus; Pfleiderer, Martin & Zaddach, Wolf-Georg (2016). Pitch class hierarchies in Miles Davis's "So What": Reconsidering modal jazz improvisation with computer-based analysis tools. In: Wolfgang Auhagen & Wolfgang Hirschmann (Eds.), Beitragsarchiv zur Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Musikforschung Halle/Saale 2015 - "Musikwissenschaft: die Teildisziplinen im Dialog", Mainz, Schott Campus.
  4. Abeßer, Jakob; Cano, Estefania; Frieler, Klaus; Pfleiderer, Martin & Zaddach, Wolf-Georg (2015). Score-informed analysis of intonation and pitch modulation in jazz solos. In: Proceedings of the 16th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, Malaga, 2015.
  5. Frieler, Klaus; Schütz, Martin, & Pfleiderer, Martin (2015). Mid-Level Analysis of Monophonic Jazz Solos. A New Approach to the Study of Improvisation. In: Proceedings of the Ninth Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, Manchester, 2015.
  6. Eppler, Arndt; Männchen, Andreas, Abeßer, Jakob; Weiß, Christof & Frieler, Klaus (2014). Automatic Style Classification of Jazz Records with Respect to Rhythm, Tempo, and Tonality. In: Klouchè, T. & Miranda, E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM14), Berlin, 4-6 December 2014.
  7. Abeßer, Jakob; Cano, Estefania; Frieler, Klaus & Pfleiderer, Martin (2014). Dynamics in jazz improvisation. Score-informed estimation and contextual analysis of tone intensities in trumpet and saxophone solos. In: Klouchè, T. & Miranda, E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM14), Berlin, 4-6 December 2014.
  8. Abeßßer, Jakob; Pfleiderer, Martin; Frieler, Klaus; & Zaddach, Wolf-Georg (2014). Score-informed Tracking and Con-textual Analysis of Fundamental Frequency Contours in Trumpet and Saxophone Jazz Solos. In: Proceedings of the 17th International Conference On Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-14), Erlangen, Germany, pp. 181-186.
  9. Frieler, Klaus (2014). Exploring phrase form structures. Part I: European folk songs. In: Holzapfel, A. (Ed.), Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA2014), Istanbul: Bogaziçi University.
  10. Frieler, Klaus; Abeßer, J. &. Zaddach, Wolf-Georg (2014). Exploring phrase form structures. Part II: Monophonic jazz solos. In: Holzapfel, A. (Ed.), Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA2014), Istanbul: Bogaziçi University.
  11. Abeßer, Jakob; Frieler, Klaus; Pfleiderer, Martin & Zaddach, Wolf-Georg (2013). Introducing the Jazzomat project - Jazz solo analysis using Music Information Retrieval methods. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research (CMMR) Sound, Music and Motion, Marseilles, Frankreich.
  12. Frieler, Klaus; Abeßer, J., Zaddach, Wolf-Georg, & Pfleiderer, M. (2013). Introducing the Jazzomat Project and the Melo(S)py Library. In: Kranenburg, P. van; Anagnostopoulou, C.; Volk, A. (Ed.) Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, Meertens Institute and Utrecht University Department of Information and Computing Sciences, pp. 76-78.
  13. Bronner, Kai; Frieler, Klaus; Bruhn, Herbert, Hirt, Rainer; & Piper, Dag. (2012). What is the Sound of Citrus? In: Cambouropoulos, E. et al. (Ed.) Proceedings of the 12th ICMPC and 8th ESCOM , Thessaloniki.
  14. Schneider, Albrecht & Frieler, Klaus (2009). Perception of Harmonic and Inharmonic Sounds. In: Kronland-Martinet R., Ystad, S. & Jensen, K. (Ed.) Proceedings of the CMMR2008, Lectures Notes in Computer Science, Berlin: Springer, pp. 18-44.
  15. Frieler, Klaus (2007). Visualizing Music on the Metrical Circle. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Music Information Retrieval, ISMIR2007, Wien: OCG, pp. 291-292.
  16. Frieler, Klaus (2006).Generalized N-gram measures for melodic similarity. In: Batagelij, V., Bock, H.-H., Ferligoj, A., Ziberna, A. (Ed.) Data Science and Classification, Berlin: Springer, pp. 289-299.
  17. Frieler, Klaus & Müllensiefen, Daniel (2006). Evaluation of approaches to measuring melodic similarity. In: Batagelij, V., Bock, H.-H., Ferligoj, A., Ziberna, A. (Ed.) Data Science and Classification, Berlin: Springer, pp. 299-306.
  18. Frieler, Klaus (2004). Beat and meter extraction using gaussified onsets. In: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra, pp. 178-183.
  19. Müllensiefen, Daniel & Frieler, Klaus (2004). Optimizing Measures of melodic similarity for the exploration of a large folk-song database. In: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra, pp. 274-280.
  20. Müllensiefen, Daniel & Frieler, Klaus (2004). Melodic Similarity: Approaches and Applications. In: Scott Lipscomb, Richard Ashley, Robert Gjerdingen & Peter Webster (Hg.) Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition.

3. Monographies

  1. Pfleiderer, Martin; Frieler, Klaus; Abeßer, Jakob; Zaddach, Wolf-Georg & Burkhard, Benjamin (Eds.) (2017). Inside the Jazzomat. New Perspectives for Jazz Research. Mainz: Schott Campus.
  2. Stetter, Bitten; Wandeler, Eva & Frieler, Kalsu (2012). Sketch & Scratch. Das Skizzenbuch im Spannungsfeld analoger und digitaler Arbeitsweisen im ersten Ideenfindungsprozess. Zürich: ZHdK.
  3. Frieler, Klaus (2009). Mathematik und kognitive Melodieforschung. Hamburg: Verlag Dr. Kovac (Dissertation).

4. Book Chapters

  1. Frieler, Klaus (2017). Gruppierung, Ordnung und Ähnlichkeit in der Musik. In: A. Lehmann, R. Kopiez (Eds.): Handbuch Musikpsychologie. Bern: Hogrefe.
  2. Frieler, Klaus (2017). Bob Berg's solo on Angles. In: M. Pfleiderer, K. Frieler, J. Abeßer, W.-G. Zaddach, & B. Burkhard (Eds.): Inside the Jazzomat. New Perspectives for Jazz Research(pp. 243-272). Mainz: Schott Campus. (Solo available here)
  3. Frieler, Klaus (2017). Computational melody analysis. In: M. Pfleiderer, K. Frieler, J. Abeßer, W.-G. Zaddach, & B. Burkhard (Eds.): Inside the Jazzomat. New Perspectives for Jazz Research(pp. 41-83). Mainz: Schott Campus.
  4. Abeßer, Jakob & Frieler, Klaus (2017). Score-informed audio analysis of jazz improvisation. In: M. Pfleiderer, K. Frieler, J. Abeßer, W.-G. Zaddach, & B. Burkhard (Eds.): Inside the Jazzomat. New Perspectives for Jazz Research(pp. 97-129). Mainz: Schott Campus.
  5. Frieler, Klaus (2017). The FlexQ algorithm. In: M. Pfleiderer, K. Frieler, J. Abeßer, W.-G. Zaddach, & B. Burkhard (Eds.): Inside the Jazzomat. New Perspectives for Jazz Research(pp. 319-322). Mainz: Schott Campus.
  6. Frieler, Klaus (2014). Audio Branding Barometer 2013. In: K. Bronner, R. Hirt, C. Ringe (Eds.), Audio Branding Yearbook 2013/2014. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  7. Frieler, Klaus (2013). Audio Branding Barometer 2012. In: K. Bronner, R. Hirt, C. Ringe (Eds.), Audio Branding Yearbook 2012/2013. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  8. Frieler, Klaus (2012). Audio Branding Barometer 2011. In: K. Bronner, R. Hirt, C. Ringe (Eds.), Audio Branding Yearbook 2011/2012. Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  9. Lothwesen, Kai & Frieler, Klaus (2012). Gestaltungsmuster und Ideenfluss in Jazzpiano-Improvisationen. Eine Pilotstudie zum Einfluss von Tempo, Tonalität und Expertise. In: Lehmann, A.C., Jeßulat, A. and Wünsch, C. (Ed.) Kreativität: Struktur und Emotion, Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann.
  10. Frieler, Klaus; Höger, Frank & Korries, Jörg (2011). Meloworks - An Integrated Retrieval, Analysis and E-learning Platform for Melody Research. In: Schneider, A., and von Ruschkowski, A. (Ed.) Systematic Musicology: Empirical and Theoretical Studies (=Hamburger Jahrbuch für Musikwissenschaft 28), Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.
  11. Pfleiderer, Martin & Frieler, Klaus (2010). The Jazzomat project. Issues and methods for the automatic analysis of jazz improvisations. In: Bader, R., Neuhaus, C. & Morgenstern, U. (Ed.) Concepts, Experiments, and Fieldwork: Studies in Systematic Musicology and Ethnomusicology, Frankfurt/M., Bern: P. Lang, pp. 279-295.
  12. Frieler, Klaus (2008). Metrical Circle Map and Metrical Markov Chains. In: Schneider, A. (Ed.) Systematic and Comparative Musicology, Frankfurt/M., Bern: P. Lang, pp. 157-169.

5. Other

  1. Frieler, Klaus (2017–2018). Pattern History Explorer, Feature History Explorer, Parker Pattern Explorer, Shiny Apps
  2. Frieler, Klaus; Abeßer, Jakob & Höger, Frank (2014–2018). MeloSpySuite & MeloSpyGUI Software.
  3. Frieler, Klaus & Abeßer, Jakob (2014–2018). MeloSpyGUI & Weimar Jazz Database: Documentation and Tutorials.
  4. Müllensiefen, Daniel & Frieler, Klaus (2006). The SIMILE algorithms documentation. Internal technical report.
  5. Concord (1996). Concord, 12" Maxi, LADO 15017.