Conferences & Talks

Invited Talks

2018

  • Moss, F. (2018, April). Corpus Research in Digital Musicology. Talk and Tutorial. Seminar "Willkommen in der Matrix: Digitale Anwendungen für die Musikanalyse in Theorie und Praxis" at University of Basel, Switzerland.

2017

2016

  • Moss, F. (2016, November). Extended Tonality: Theoretical Challenges and their Relation to the Neuroscientific Study of Musical Syntax. Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany.
  • Moss, F. (2016, April). Syntax of Extended Tonality: Towards a Grammar of Generalized Harmonic Functions. Music Theory Colloquium, Boston University, College of Fine Arts, School of Music, Boston, USA.
  • Moss, F. (2016, April). Generalizing Harmonic Functions: A Grammatical Approach to Extended Tonality. Yale University, Department of Music, New Haven, USA.
  • Moss, F. & Harasim, D. (2016, January). Extended Tonality and Music Cognition. Symposium Towards a World Music Theory, University of Hamburg, Institute for Systematic Musicology, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Moss, F. (2016, January). Music Cognition and Extended Tonality: Theoretical Challenges and Empirical Implications. Research Colloquium, University of Cologne, Institute for Musicology, Cologne, Germany.

Conference Presentations and Talks

2018

  • Moss, F.; Souza, W. F. & Rohrmeier, M. (2018, June). Harmony and Form in Brazilian Choro: A Corpus Study. 15th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition & 10th triennial conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, Graz, Austria. https://music-psychology-conference2018.uni-graz.at/en/
  • Harasim, D.; Moss, F. & Ramirez, M. (2018, January). A Brief History of Tonality. Poster Presentation at the Applied Machine Learning Days, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland.

2017

  • Moss, F.; Souza, W. F. & Rohrmeier, M. (2017, November). Brazilian Choro: A New Data Set of Chord Transcriptions and Analyses of Harmonic and Formal Features. 17. Jahreskongress der Gesellschaft für Musiktheorie (GMTH) & 27. Arbeitstagung der Gesellschaft für Popularmusikforschung (GfPM) "Populäre Musik und ihre Theorien: Begegnungen – Perspektivwechsel – Transfers", Graz, Austria. http://www.kug.ac.at/gfpm-gmth-2017.
  • Moss, F.; Harasim, D.; Neuwirth, M. & Rohrmeier, M. (2017, September). Beethovens Streichquartette – ein XML-basierter Korpus harmonischer Analysen in einem neuen Annotationssystem. Vortrag auf der Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Musikforschung, Kassel, Germany.
  • Moss, F., Rohrmeier, M. (2017, June). Integrating transformational and hierarchical models of extended tonality. Spoken paper at the 9th European Music Analysis Conference (EuroMAC), Strasbourg, France. http://euromac2017.unistra.fr/de/conference/integrating-transformational-and-hierarchical-models-of-extended-tonality-4/.
  • Rom, U., Jeßulat, A., Moss, F. & Guter, I. (2017, June). Ambiguity, Illusion & Timelessness in Late and Post-Tonal Harmony. Panel discussion at the 9th European Music Analysis Conference (EuroMAC), Strasbourg, France. http://euromac2017.unistra.fr/de/conference/the-analytical-challenge-of-harmonic-ambiguity-can-a-single-model-depict-multiple-concurrent-readings-4/.
  • Moss, F.; Rohrmeier, M. & Bravo, F. (2017, June). Emotional Associations Evoked by Structural Properties of Musical Scales and Abstract Visual Shapes. Spoken paper at the KOSMOS Dialogue "Music, Emotion, and Visual Imagery", Berlin, Germany.
  • Harasim, D.; Moss, F., Neuwirth, M. & Rohrmeier M. (2017, May). Beethoven’s String Quartets: Introducing an XML-Based Corpus of Harmonic Labels Using a New Annotation System. Music Encoding Conference, Tours, France.

2016

  • Moss F. (2016, August). Structural Ambiguities in Language and Music. Poster presented at the Helsiki Summer School for Cognitive Neuroscience 2016 (HSSCN 2016).
  • Moss, F. (2016, April). A grammatical approach to tension-resolution patterns in extended tonal harmony. Presentation in the Meeting of the Computational Cognitive Science Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Cambridge, USA.
  • Moss, F. (2016, April). Towards a syntactic account for harmonic sequences in extended tonality. Syntax Square Meeting, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Linguistics and Philosophy, Cambridge, USA.

2015

  • Moss, F. (2015, June). On generative modelling of musical form. Seminar "Mathematics and Music", Dresden Technical University, Dresden, Germany (http://www.dresden-science-calendar.de/calendar/en/event/9675).
  • Moss, F. (2015, June). 'The terror of sanctity.' Tonal cues for resolving dramatic ambiguities in Wagner's Parsifal. Seminar "Understanding Musical Structures", Institute for Art and Musicology, Dresden Technical University, Dresden Germany.

2014

  • Moss, F. (2014, September). Tonality and functional equivalence: A multi-level model for the cognition of triadic progressions in 19th century music.. Presentation at the International conference of Students of Systematic Musicology, Goldsmiths University, London, UK.
  • Moss, F. (2014, May). Language, music and the brain: a resource-sharing framework (Patel, 2012). Seminar "Cognitive Neuroscience of Music", Institut for Musicology, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany.