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Two-component theory of musical pitch. Tone height is represented by the vertical dimension, tone qualities (chromas) by the circle. Tone quality repeats itself through each octave (each new round of the rising helix): reproduced from E.G. Boring, H.S. Langfeld and H.P. Weld: Foundations of Psychology (New York, 1948), 320

Two-component theory of musical pitch. Tone height is represented by the vertical dimension, tone qualities (chromas) by the circle. Tone quality repeats itself through each octave (each new round of the rising helix): reproduced from E.G. Boring, H.S. Langfeld and H.P. Weld: Foundations of Psychology (New York, 1948), 320

after A. Gabrielsson (contributer)

Multi-dimensional, cognitive pitch representation: the ‘circle of 5ths’ dimension and the semitonal (‘chroma’) dimension (after Shepard, 1982, p.363)

Multi-dimensional, cognitive pitch representation: the ‘circle of 5ths’ dimension and the semitonal (‘chroma’) dimension (after Shepard, 1982, p.363)

Cognitive pitch perception in relation to harmonic context (after Krumhansl, 1990, p.31)

Cognitive pitch perception in relation to harmonic context (after Krumhansl, 1990, p.31)

Psychology of music II. Perception and cognition 2. Rhythm. (ii) Grouping and metre.: Ex.1 Mozart: Symphony in G minor k550, 1st movement

Psychology of music II. Perception and cognition 2. Rhythm. (ii) Grouping and metre.: Ex.1 Mozart: Symphony in G minor k550, 1st movement

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