Mari Romarheim Haugen

Mari Romarheim Haugen
University of Oslo · RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion

MA, PhD Musicology

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7 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
May 2017 - May 2021
University of Oslo
Position
  • PostDoc Position
April 2013 - present
University of Oslo
Position
  • PhD research fellow

Publications

Publications (10)
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FULL-TEXT: http://emusicology.org/article/view/5029 . ABSTRACT: The pulse level in music is often described as a series of isochronous beats that provides an underlying reference structure against which we perceive rhythmic patterns. This notion is challenged by music styles that seem to feature an underlying reference structure that consists of b...
Thesis
FULL-TEXT: https://www.duo.uio.no/bitstream/handle/10852/52905/4/PhD-Haugen-DUO.pdf . ABSTRACT: This thesis investigates the interaction between perceived rhythm and underlying reference structures in the experience of rhythm in music. The point of departure is that both music performers’ and perceivers’ body motions are relevant to the study of rh...
Conference Paper
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Samba groove is often characterized by its complex rhythmical patterns. Recent studies, based on audio recordings of samba music, report that the 3rd and the 4th 16th-notes are played slightly ahead of their corresponding quantized position, and that this seems to be a prominent feature of samba groove. Considering that samba derives from a culture...
Conference Paper
FULL-TEXT (post-print): https://www.duo.uio.no/bitstream/handle/10852/52910/EvaluatingInputDevices-postprint.pdf?sequence=4 . ABSTRACT: Recording music-related motions in ecologically valid situations can be challenging. We investigate the performance of three devices providing 3D acceleration data, namely Axivity AX3, iPhone 4s and a Wii controlle...
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Pulse is a fundamental reference for the production and perception of rhythm. In this paper, we study entrainment to changes in the micro-rhythmic design of the basic pulse of the groove in ‘Left & Right’ by D’Angelo. In part 1 of the groove the beats have one specific position; in part 2, on the other hand, the different rhythmic layers specify tw...
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This article studies the rhythm of Norwegian telespringar, a tradition with an intimate relationship between music and dance that features a nonisochronous meter; that is, the durations between adjacent beats are unequal. A motion-capture study of a fiddler and dance couple revealed a long-medium-short duration pattern at the beat level in both the...
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Previous studies have revealed uneven duration patterns at the sixteenth note level of samba. In the present study, we investigated the influence of tempo on such sixteenth-note patterns in a performed samba groove.The results revealed an uneven duration pattern in all tempi. Interestingly, the shortest note becomes relatively shorter and the longe...
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The perception of musical meter is fundamental for rhythm production and perception in much music. Underlying structures such as pulse, meter, and metrical subdivisions are often described as successive points in time. This paper investigates whether experienced musical meter may not only include such points in time, but also trajectories between t...
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People tend to perceive many and also salient similarities between musical sound and body motion in musical experience, as can be seen in countless situations of music performance or listening to music, and as has been documented by a number of studies in the past couple of decades. The so-called motor theory of perception has claimed that these si...
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Norwegian telespringar is often referred to as being in so-called asymmetrical triple meter—that is, the three beats in the measure are of uneven dura- tion. Previous studies report that a systematic long–medium–short beat duration pattern seems to be a prominent feature of telespringar. This paper investigates how motion data can be incorporated i...

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The aim of this project is to understand the micro level of auditory perception and the role of cultural background and/or training in music in this regard.