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Title Musical diversity in India : a preliminary computational study using cantometrics  
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Title インドにおける音楽多様性 : カントメトリクスを用いた計算的予備研究  
Kana インド ニ オケル オンガク タヨウセイ : カントメトリクス オ モチイタ ケイサンテキ ヨビ ケンキュウ  
Romanization Indo ni okeru ongaku tayōsei : kantometorikusu o mochiita keisanteki yobi kenkyū  
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Name 大穀, 英雄  
Kana ダイコク, ヒデオ  
Romanization Daikoku, Hideo  
Affiliation 慶應義塾大学大学院政策・メディア研究科修士課程  
Affiliation (Translated) Master's program, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University  
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Name Wood, Anna L.C.  
Kana ウッド, アンナ ロマックス  
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Affiliation President, Association for Cultural Equity, New York City, USA  
Affiliation (Translated) 文化的平等協会代表、アメリカ、ニューヨーク  
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Name Savage, Patrick E.  
Kana サベジ, パトリック  
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Affiliation 慶應義塾大学環境情報学部准教授  
Affiliation (Translated) Associate professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University  
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Name 慶應SFC学会  
Kana ケイオウ SFC ガッカイ  
Romanization Keiō SFC gakkai  
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Issued (from:yyyy) 2021  
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Name Keio SFC journal  
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Volume 20  
Issue 2  
Year 2020  
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Start page 34  
End page 61  
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13472828  
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9784877385651  
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The degree of musical diversity within and between societies is a topic of long-standing debate with theoretical implications for cross-cultural musical comparison. Standardized cross-cultural data on musical variation from Alan Lomax's Cantometrics Project newly made available via the Global Jukebox allows us to attempt to quantify this variation. Here we perform a case study of traditional Indian vocal music using the 37 Cantometric features for 207 traditional songs from 32 Indian societies. Principal Component Analysis identifies complexity of vocal style as the primary factor shaping musical variation in India, consistent with Lomax's previous analyses of global variation. We find only very minor musical differences on average between speakers of different language families (Indo-European, Dravidian, and Austro-Asiatic), but greater variation between societies within language families. Additionally, we demonstrate how quantitative analysis can be strengthened by observations from musicians with direct experience of local traditions and applied to local/regional musicological questions.
 
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cross-cultural  

diversity  

music  

India  

Cantometrics  
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特集 音楽と科学
招待論文 : 研究論文
 
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英語  

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131.113.194.249
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/ Public / Shonan Fujisawa / Keio SFC journal / 20(2) 2020
 
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