Philip Baczewski - RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS and PRESENTATIONS

Philip Baczewski - RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS and PRESENTATIONS


Philip Baczewski, "Modeling music Perception: Untangling Methods and Methodologies", in
On Methods of Music Theory and (Ethno-) Musicology, (Nico Schüler, ed.),
Peter Lang, Frankfurt, 2005.

Rosemary N. Killam, Philip Baczewski, and Bert Hayslip Jr., "A model of performing musicians' melodic
perception through transcription of two-voice contrapuntal music" in Musicae Scientiae
(Fall 2003, vol. 7, No. 2, 263-291).

Rosemary N. Killam and Philip C. Baczewski. "Cognition Research Applied to Aural Instruction." Invited
Paper, special session , "Cognition Research in Music Theory: A Ten-Year Retrospective." The
Society for Music Theory", Phoenix AZ, 1997.

Philip C. Baczewski and Rosemary N. Killam. Poster Presentations, "Modeling Music Transcription: A
Comparison of Graduate, Undergraduate, and Junior College Students' Perceptual Strategies",
Society for Music Perception and Cognition Poster Session, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Boston, MA, 1997 and SMT Poster Session, "Current Research in Music Cognition
and Aural Training." Phoenix, AZ, 1997.

Philip Baczewski and Rosemary N. Killam. An Examination of Error Frequency and Magnitude
in the Melodic Dictation of Professional Musicians, Poster Sessions: The Society for Music
Theory, New York, New York, 1995 and ICMPC Montreal, August 1996.

An Examination of Error Frequency and Magnitude in the Melodic Dictation of Professional
Musicians
, Philip Baczewski and Rosemary N. Killam, University of North Texas, presented at
the Annual Meeting of The Society for Music Theory, New York, New York, 1995

Investigation of Musicians' Cognitive Processes through Analysis of Notational Errors, Philip
Baczewski and Rosemary N. Killam, presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Music
Perception and Cognition, Berkeley, California, 1995.

Investigation of Musicians' Cognitive Processes through Analysis of Notational Errors, Philip
Baczewski and Rosemary N. Killam, presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Music
Theory, Tallahassee, Florida, 1994.

Evaluation of Music Theory Pedagogy Strategies for Cognitive Development: A Comparison
of Graduate, Undergraduate and Junior College Students' Learning Profiles, Philip
Baczewski and Rosemary N. Killam, presented at the Texas Society for Music Theory annual
meeting, Beaumont, Texas, 1994.

Extending the Music Theory Classroom through Technology, Philip Baczewski and
Rosemary N. Killam, presented at the Music Curriculum and Current Technology annual
conference, Duluth, Minnesota, 1993.

The Perception of a Two-voice Musical Construct by Trained Musicians, Philip Baczewski,
presented at the meeting of the Society of Composers, Region VI, Fort Worth, Texas, 1992.

Perception of a Musical Construct by Musicians with Absolute Pitch, Philip Baczewski and
Rosemary N. Killam, Presentation, 2nd International Conference on Music Perception and
Cognition, Los Angeles, California, 1992.

Melodic Character Versus Voice Position in the Perception of a Two-voice Musical Structure,
Presentation, 120th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, California,
1990.

Killam, Rosemary N. and Philip Baczewski, Melodic Ideas in Minor Keys for Ear-training
Practice. University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, 1990. Booklet and Accompanying
Cassette.

Killam, Rosemary N. and Philip Baczewski, Melodic Structural Listening for Ear-training
Practice. University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, 1990. Booklet and Accompanying
Cassette.

Perception of a Musical Construct by Professional Musicians, Presentation, 118th Meeting of
the Acoustical Society of America, St. Louis, Missouri, 1989.

Successful Perception Strategies of Experienced Musicians, Rosemary N. Killam, Philip
Baczewski, and Scott Barber, Music Cognition and Theories of Music: A Special Session of
the Tenth Annual National Meeting of the Society for Music Theory, Rochester, New York,
1987.

The Perception of Music by Professional Musicians: A Preliminary Case Study, Rosemary N.
Killam and Philip Baczewski, Proceedings of the 1985 Research Symposium on the
Psychology and Acoustics of Music, LN Press, Lawrence, Kansas, 1985.

Gallery Reviews, from Conference Reports of the International Computer Music Conference,
Philip Baczewski, Computer Music Journal, Volume 6, no. 2.

Contrasts: Twentieth Century Compositional Techniques, Invited Presentation, Mountainview
College, Dallas, 1980.

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