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Readership: Musicologists, ethnomusicologists, music theorists, musicians and composers as well as cognitive psychologists and music cognition researchers.
Justin London, Professor of Music, Carleton College
Justin London is Professor of Music at Carleton College. He is the author of Hearing in Time (OUP 2004) as well as several articles in the recent revision of The New Grove Dictionary of Music and The Cambridge History of Western Music Theory. He served as President of the Society for Music Theory in 2007-2009.
Table of Contents
Meter as a Kind of Attentional Behavior
Relevant research on Rhythmic Perception and Production
The Neurobiology and Development of Rhythm
Meter-Rhythm Interactions I: Ground Rules
Metric Representations and Metric Well-Formedness
Meter-Rhythm Interactions II: Problems
Metric Flux in Beethoven's Fifth
NI-Meters in Theory and Practice
The Many Meters Hypothesis