Voice-Leading in Palestrina’s Masses: A Comparison of Interval-succession Definitions

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Abstract: Computational musicology methods allow us to perform a systematic analysis of all intervals in a corpus, but are all note successions equally important? In traditional music theory, the pulse beats tend to be given greater “weight” or relevance. In Renaissance music, it is unclear whether voice-leading guidelines should apply to any consecutive intervals (note level), or merely those tha...

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