Commentary on "Measuring Aksak Rhythm and Synchronization in Transylvanian Village Music by Using Motion Capture"

Jerome Cler

Abstract


While the methodologies employed by Bonini-Baraldi et al., document the rhythms produced in a single set of performances, those methodologies would be more relevant if applied to a comparative study of various aksak rhythms, rather than to a study of a single rhythmic pattern. The results of the present study are not very different from the findings of R.I.T.M.O seminar (J. During, J. Cler. et al,) during the mid 1990s.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/emr.v10i4.4960

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