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Player Piano and Roll Research at Stanford

Research on player pianos and rolls is ongoing at Stanford and is formally published, presented at conferences, and disseminated through websites. This list represents current research and work on player pianos and rolls at Stanford.

  • Zhengshan Shi, Kumaran Arul, and Julius O. Smith. "Modeling and Digitizing Reproducing Piano Rolls." In Proceedings of the 18th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, October 23-27,2017, Sozhou, China, 197-203.
  • Craig's Piano Roll Resources, 2017-
  • 鷲野彰子. "同一演奏者が同一曲を演奏する際の演奏速度の親近性:ローゼンタールとホフマンによるショパン《ワルツOp.42》. の複数録音の演奏比較. 阪大音楽学報 15 (2018): 51-82.
    (Akiko Washino. "A Study on Fluctuations in Tempo as Exhibited by a Single Performer in Recordings of Rosenthal and Hofmann Playing Chopin's op. 42." Handai Ongkugakuho 15 (2018): 51-82.)
  • 鷲野彰. "子ピアノロールの計量的解析によるショパン《ワルツOp.42》の演奏分析. 大阪大学, 2017.
    (Akiko Washino. "A Performance Analysis Utilizing the Piano Rolls of Chopin's op. 42. Doctoral dissertation, Osaka University, 2017.)
  • 鷲野彰子. "パデレフスキのルバート:ピアノロールの分析試論(1)." フィロカリア 33 (2016): 27-58.
    (Akiko Washino. "An Analytical Study on the Use of Tempo Rubato by Paderewski through Piano Roll Recordings (1)." Philokalia 33 (2016): 27-58.
  • 鷲野彰子. "パデレフスキのルバート:ピアノロールの分析試論(2)." 阪大音楽学報 14 (2017): 1-33.
    Akiko Washino. " An Analytical Study on the Use of Tempo Rubato by Paderewski through Piano Roll Recordings (2)." Handai Ongakugakuho 14 (2017): 1-33.
  • Kumaran Arul and Jerry McBride. “The Stanford Player Piano Project.” AMICA Bulletin 52, no. 4 (July/August 2015): 226-229.

Player Piano and Roll Information from Stanford

In addition to formal publications and research presented on the Internet, brief informal information is presented as work progresses on the roll collections acquired by the Archive of Recorded Sound.