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Kranenburg, dr.ir. P. van (Peter)

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2019

van Kranenburg, P. and M.J. De Bruin. “The Meertens Tune Collections: MTC-FS-INST 2.0”. Meertens Online Reports. 2019. 2019(1).

2017

van Kranenburg, P. M.J. De Bruin and Anja Volk. “Documenting a song culture: the Dutch Song Database as a resource for musicological research”. International Journal on Digital Libraries. 2017. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00799-017-0228-4

2016

2014

van Kranenburg, P. et al. “The Meertens Tune Collections”. Meertens Online Reports. 2014. 2014(1).
van Kranenburg, P. “The Meertens Tune Collections”. eMagazine. 2014.

2013

2012

Lefeber, M. P. van Kranenburg and M. Marolt. “Identificatie van repertoire van achtiende-eeuwse bellenspeelklokken op basis van automatische vergelijking”. Tijdschrift van de Koninklijke Vereniging voor Nederlandse Muziekgeschiedenis. 2012, LXI. 147-161.

2009

2008

van Kranenburg, P. “Assessing Disputed Attributions for Organ Fugues in the J.S. Bach (BWV) Catalogue”. Computing in Musicology. 2008, 15. 120-137.

2011

2010

van Kranenburg, P. and F. Wiering. “Een melodiënzoekmachine voor de Nederlandse liederenbank”. DIXIT: tijdschrift over taal- en spraaktechnologie. 2010, 26-27.
Wiering, F. and P. van Kranenburg. “Searching Melodies using sequence alignment”. De Vakidioot. 2010, 3-7.

2014

van Kranenburg, P. “Het ‘genoom’ van een Bachwerk in kaart gebracht”. Bach Festival Dordrecht – Programmaboek: Grote Vaders Grote Zonen. 2014, 19-21.

2013

van Kranenburg, P. and J. Zoutendijk “A pattern recognition approach to the attribution of early seventeenth-century compositions using features of diminutions”. and Smith, D. Taylor, R. (ed.). Networks of music and culture in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd. 2013, 169-184.

2012

Karsdorp, F.B. et al. “In search of an appropriate abstraction level for motif annotations”. Finlayson, M. (editors). Proceedings of the 2012 Workshop on Computational Models of Narrative. Istanbul. 2012, 22-28.
Biró, D.P. et al. “On Computational Transcription and Analysis of Oral and Semi-Oral Chant Traditions”. Proceedings of the Analytical Approaches to World Music Conference, AAWM 2012. Vancouver. 2012.

2011

van Kranenburg, P. et al. “A Computational Investigation of Melodic Contour Stability in Jewish Torah Trope Performance Traditions”. Proceedings of the International Society on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR2011) Conference. Miami. 2011, 163-168.
Harris, R. B.M. de Jong, and P. van Kranenburg “Non score-dependency: Theory and assessment”. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Science 2011. Utrecht: European Association of Conservatoires. 2011, 365-368.
van Kranenburg, P. A. Volk and F. Wiering “On Operationalizing the Musicological Concept of Tune Family for Computational Modeling”. Maegaard, B (editors). Proceedings of Supporting Digital Humanities: Answering the unaskable. Kopenhagen. 2011.
Volk, A. F. Wiering, and P. van Kranenburg “Unfolding the potential of computational musicology”. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Informatics and Semiotics in Organisations. Leeuwarden: Fryske Akademy. 2011, 137-144.

2010

van Kranenburg, P. and G. Tzanetakis “A Computational Approach to the Modeling and Employment of Cognitive Units of Folk Song Melodies Using Audio Recordings”. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition. Seattle. 2010, 794-797.

2009

Garbers, J. and P. van Kranenburg “Bridging Music Information Retrieval and Folk Song Research – The Computational Setup of the WITCHCRAFT Project”. International Society on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR 2009) conference. International Society for Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR). 2009.
van Kranenburg, P. et al. “Musical Models for Folk-Song Alignment”. Proceedings of the International Society on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR 2009) conference. International Society for Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR). 2009, 507-512.

2008

Volk, A. et al. “A manual annotation method for melodic similarity and the study of melody feature sets”. Bello, J.P. Chew, E. Turnbull, D. (ed.). Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Music Music Information Retrieval. Philadelphia. 2008, 101-106.

2007

Volk, A. et al. “Applying Rhythmic Similarity Based on Innner Metric Analysis to Folksong Research”. Dixon, S. Bainbridge, D. Typke, R. (ed.). Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. Wien: Austrian Computer Society. 2007, 293-296.
Volk, A. et al. “Comparing Computational Approaches to Rhythmic and Melodic Similarity in Folksong Research”. Klouche, T. (editors). First International Conference of the Society of Mathematics and Computation in Music. Berlin: Staatliches Institut fuer Musikforschung/ SMCM. 2007, 1-6.
Garbers, J. P. van Kranenburg and F. Wiering, L. Gri Volk “On pitch and chord stabiliTY in folk song variation retrieval”. and Noll, T. Klouche, T. (ed.). Proceedings of the First International Conference of the SocieTY for Mathematics and Computation in Music. Berlin: Staatliches Institut fuer Musikforschung. 2007.
van Kranenburg, P. et al. “Towards Integration of MIR and Folk Song Research”. Dixon, S. Bainbridge, D. Typke, R. (ed.). Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. Wien: Austrian Computer Society. 2007, 505-508.
Garbers, J. P. van Kranenburg and F. Wiering, L. Gri Volk “Using pitch stability among a group of aligned query melodies to retrieve unidentified variant melodies”. Dixon, S. Bainbridge, D. Typke, R. (ed.). Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. Wenen: Austrian Computer Society. 2007, 451-456.

2019

Karsdorp, F.B. P. van Kranenburg and Enrique Manjavacas “Learning Similarity Metrics for Melody Retrieval”. Proceedings of the 20th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference. 2019, 478-485.

2018

Maessen, Geert and P. van Kranenburg “A Non-Melodic Characteristic to Compare the Music of Medieval Chant Traditions”. and Holzapfel, Andre Pikrakis, Aggelos (ed.). Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA2018). Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. 2018, 78-79.

2017

Maessen, Geert and Peter van Kranenburg “A Semi-Automatic Method to Produce Singable Melodies for the Lost Chant of the Mozarabic Rite”. Barbancho, Isabel Tardón, Lorenzo J. Peinado, Alberto (ed.). Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis. Málaga. 2017, 60-65.
van Kranenburg, P. and Geert Maessen “Comparing Offertory Melodies of Five Medieval Christian Chant Traditions”. Proceedings of the 18th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference. Suzhou, China. 2017, 204.

2016

van Kranenburg, P. and Darrell Conklin “A Pattern Mining Approach to Study a Collection of Dutch Folk-Songs”. Proceedings of the Sixth Workshop on Folk Music Analysis. Dublin. 2016, 71.

2015

Janssen, B. P. van Kranenburg, and A. Volk “A Comparison of Symbolic Similarity Measures for Finding Occurrences of Melodic Segments”. and Muller, Meinard Wiering, Frans (ed.). Proceedings of the 16th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, ISMIR 2015, Málaga, Spain, October 26-30, 2015. International Society of Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR). 2015.
de Castro-Arrazola, Varun, P. van Kranenburg, and B. Janssen “Computational textsetting analysis of Dutch folk songs”. Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis. Paris. 2015, 51-55.

2014

Biró, D.P. and P. van Kranenburg “A Computational Re-Examination of Béla Bartók’s Transcription Methods as Exemplified by his Sirató Transcriptions of 1937/1938 and their Relevance for Contemporary Methods of Computational Transcription of Qur’an Recitation”. Holzapfel, A. (editors). Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA2014). Istanbul: Boğaziçi University. 2014, 70-77.
van Kranenburg, P. and F.B. Karsdorp “Cadence Detection in Western Traditional Stanzaic Songs using Melodic and Textual Features”. Wang, Hsin-Min Yang, Yi-Hsuan Lee, Jin Ha (ed.). Proceedings of the 15th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference. Taipei. 2014, 391-396.
Janssen, B. et al. “Finding Repeated Patterns in Music: State of Knowledge, Challenges, Perspectives”. Aramaki, Mitsuko and Derrien, Olivier Kronland-Martinet, Richard Ystad, Solvi (ed.). Sound, Music, and Motion: 10th International Symposium, CMMR 2013. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Cham: Springer. 2014, 277-297.
van Kranenburg, P. and B. Janssen “What to do with a Digitized Collection of Western Folk Song Melodies?”. Holzapfel, A. (editors). Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis. Istanbul: Boğaziçi University. 2014, 117-119.

2013

Janssen, B. et al. “Discovering repeated patterns in music: potentials, challenges, open questions”. Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research. Marseille: Laboratoire de Mécanique et d’Acoustique. 2013, 225-240.
van Kranenburg, P. “On Computational Modeling in Ethnomusicological Research: Beyond the Tool”. Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis. Amsterdam: Meertens Institute and Department of Information and Computing Sciences, Utrecht University. 2013, 109-110.

2012

Karsdorp, F.B. et al. “Casting a Spell: Identification and Ranking of Actors in Folktales”. Mambrini, F. Passarotti, M. Sporleder, C. (ed.). Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Annotation of Corpora for Research in het Humanities (ACRH-2). Lisbon: Edicoes Cilibri. 2012, 39-50.
van Kranenburg, P. A. Volk and F. Wiering “On Identifying Folk Song Melodies Employing Recurring Motifs”. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music. Thessaloniki. 2012, 1057-1062.
Biró, D.P. et al. “Stability and Variation in Cadence Formulas in Oral and Semi-Oral Chant Traditions – a Computational Approach”. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music. 2012, 98-105.
Volk, A. W.B. de Haas, and P. van Kranenburg “Towards Modelling Variation in Music as Foundation for Similarity”. Cambouropoulos, E. and Tsougras, C. Mavromatis, P. Pastiadis, K. (ed.). Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music. Thessaloniki: School of Music Studies, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. 2012, 1085-1094.

2016

van Kranenburg, P. Modelling Musical Style. Europeana Research. 2016.

2013

van Kranenburg, P. C. Anagnostopoulou, and A. Volk, editors Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Folk Music (FMA2013) Amsterdam and Utrecht: Meertens Institute and Department of Information and Computing Sciences, Utrecht University. 2013.

2019

P. van Kranenburg (2019). Rule Mining for Melodic Cadences. 12-07-2019. (Digital Humanities Conference 2019)
P. van Kranenburg (2019). Melodiepatronen. 16-05-2019.
P. van Kranenburg (2019). Classifying Medieval Chant. 01-05-2019.
P. van Kranenburg (2019). Modelling Melodic Patterns: Findings and Open Questions. 21-02-2019.

2018

P. van Kranenburg (2018). Corpus Analysis for Medieval Chant Traditions. 23-01-2018. (Colloquium Data-driven Musicology)

2017

P. van Kranenburg (2017). Comparing Offertory Melodies of Five Medieval Christian Chant Traditions. 27-10-2017. (18th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference)
P. van Kranenburg (2017). A stylistic approach to Dutch Protestant worship wars. 19-07-2017. (Christian Congregational Music Conference 2017)
Marnix van Berchum, Reinier De Valk, P. van Kranenburg (2017). Music encoding, formats, and data sustainability. 17-05-2017. (Music Encoding Conference 2017)

2016

P. van Kranenburg (2016). Talk on Tunes and Motifs. 12-05-2016. (Transmission of Tunes and Tales)
P. van Kranenburg (2016). Symposium Torah and Qur’an Recitation in the Netherlands. 09-02-2016. (Symposium Torah and Qur’an Recitation in the Netherlands )
P. van Kranenburg (2022). Sixth International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis. 25-07-2022. (Sixth International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis)

2015

B. Janssen, P. van Kranenburg (2015). A Comparison of Symbolic Similarity Measures for Finding Occurrences of Melodic Segments. 29-10-2015. (16th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference)
P. van Kranenburg, B. Janssen (2015). A Comparison of Symbolic Similarity Measures for Finding Occurrences of Melodic Segments. 29-10-2015. (16th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference)
P. van Kranenburg, B. Janssen (2015). Computational textsetting analysis of Dutch folk songs. 10-06-2015. (5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis)
B. Janssen, P. van Kranenburg (2015). Computational textsetting analysis of Dutch folk songs. 10-06-2015. (5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis)
P. van Kranenburg (2015). Luid zingend op een ijsschots de zomer tegemoet. Symposium: de toekomst van de geesteswetenschappen. 01-04-2015. (Luid zingend op een ijsschots de zomer tegemoet. Symposium: de toekomst van de geesteswetenschappen)

2014

P. van Kranenburg (2014). Stability and Variation in Indonesian-Dutch and Turkish-Dutch Qur’an Reading. 26-09-2014. (Stability and Variation, Continuity and Change)
P. van Kranenburg (2014). What to do with a Digitized Collection of Western Folk Song Melodies?. 13-06-2014. (Fourth International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA2014))

2013

P. van Kranenburg (2013). Mining Rules for Cadences in Dutch Folk-Song Melodies. 15-11-2013. (3rd International Conference Music and Technologies, Kaunas)
P. van Kranenburg (2013). On Computational Modeling in Ethnomusicological Research: Beyond the Tool. 06-06-2013. (Third International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, Amsterdam)

2012

P. van Kranenburg (2012). Stability and Variation in Cadence Formulas in Oral and Semi-Oral Chant Traditions – a Computational Approach. 25-07-2012. (The 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, Thessaloniki)
P. van Kranenburg (2012). On Identifying Folk Song Melodies Employing Recurring Motifs. 24-07-2012. (The 12th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and the 8th Triennial Conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music, Thessaloniki)
P. van Kranenburg (2012). Data-rich Approaches to Authorship and Ascription. 05-07-2012. (19th Congress of the International Musicological Society, Rome)
P. van Kranenburg (2012). A computational Approach to the identification of folk tunes. 03-07-2012. (19th Congress of the International Musicological Society, Rome)
P. van Kranenburg (2012). An Alignment-Based Melodic Similarity Measure for RISM Incipits. 04-06-2012. (The 2012 RISM Conference, Mainz)
P. van Kranenburg (2012). Motif-Based Recognition of Folk Song Melodies – a First Step. 05-04-2012. (New Trends in e-Humanities meeting, Meertens Institute)
P. van Kranenburg (2012). Motif-Based Recognition of Folk Song Melodies – a First Step. 29-02-2012. (Symposium Harmony and Variation in MIR, Utrecht)

2011

P. van Kranenburg (2011). Computational Analysis of Jewish and Islamic Chant. 01-12-2011. (e-Humanities Group )
P. van Kranenburg (2011). A Computational Investigation of Melodic Contour Stability in Jewish Torah Trope Performance Traditions. 25-10-2011. (12th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, Miami)
P. van Kranenburg (2011). Tunes & Tales. 08-09-2011. (Kick-off Computational Humanities, Amsterdam)
P. van Kranenburg (2011). Interdisciplinary Research in the CATCH WITCHCRAFT-Project. 20-05-2011. (Symposium CATCH to eCATCH, Amsterdam)
P. van Kranenburg (2011). A pattern recognition approach to the attribution of early seventeenth-century keyboard compositions using repeating melodic patterns in diminutions in solo parts. 04-04-2011. (Conference Musical, Cultural and Religious Networks in Early Modern Europe: in Celebration of Peter Philips’s 450th Anniversary, Aberdeen)

2010

P. van Kranenburg (2010). Doing Computational Musicology. 05-10-2010. (Symposion Perspectives for Computational Musicology, Amsterdam)
P. van Kranenburg (2010). An Online Interface to Explore Audio Segments. 13-08-2010. (The Eleventh International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, Utrecht)
P. van Kranenburg (2010). On Content-Based Folk Song Melody Retrieval. 05-07-2010. (International Ballad Conference)

2007

P. van Kranenburg (2007). Towards Integration of MIR and Folk Song Research. 27-09-2007. (ISMIR 2007 – 8th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, Wenen, Oostenrijk)
P. van Kranenburg (2007). Kwantitatieve stijlanalyse van muziek. 28-06-2007. (Symposium Kwantitatieve benaderingen in het taal- en letterkundige onderzoek en elders in de geestes, Meertens Instituut, Amsterdam)
P. van Kranenburg (2007). Contribution of WITCHCRAFT to De Nederlandse Liederenbank. 20-02-2007. (MIR Symposium and Workshop, Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecth)

2012

P. van Kranenburg (2012). Computational Analysis of Scales and Melodic Contour in World Music Repertoire. 30-08-2012. (Atlas Academy, Amsterdam)

2007

P. van Kranenburg (2007). LiederenbankWITCHCRAFT, een high-tech music retrieval project. 22-06-2007. (Nederlandse Liederenbank Online, Meertens Instituut, Amsterdam)