The fun in Functional: Diatonic context shapes emotional responses to chord gender, pitch height, and complexity

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Music is a powerful tool to convey emotions, and composers use a variety of compositional tools to target specific emotional responses. Here, we investigated how chord gender (major, minor), average pitch height, and chord complexity interact with musical context when evoking emotional responses in listeners. Forty participants listened to musical chord sequences and rated the sequences' valence a...


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