Presentations and Lectures

 

de Clercq, Trevor. (2018). “‘Three Chords and the Truth’?: A Corpus Analysis of Harmony in Country Music.” The International Country Music Conference. Belmont University: Nashville, TN (May 31).

de Clercq, Trevor. (2017). “The Nashville Number System: A Pop(ular) Alternative to Roman Numerals and Figured Bass.” University of Tennessee: Knoxville, TN (November 29).

de Clercq, Trevor. (2017). “Pitfalls and Windfalls in Corpus Studies of Pop/Rock Music.” The Ninth European Music Analysis Conference (EuroMAC 9). University of Strasbourg: Strasbourg, France (June 30). [Text] [Slides]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2017). “The Nashville Number System: A Pop(ular) Alternative to Roman Numerals and Figured Bass.” Pedagogy into Practice: Teaching Music Theory in the Twenty-First Century. Lee University: Cleveland, TN (June 2). [Slides]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2017). “Swing, Shuffle, Half-Time, Double: Beyond Traditional Time Signatures in Meter Classification for Pop/Rock Music.” Pedagogy into Practice: Teaching Music Theory in the Twenty-First Century. Lee University: Cleveland, TN (June 1). [Poster]

* de Clercq, Trevor. (2017). “Swing, Shuffle, Half-Time, Double: Beyond Traditional Time Signatures in Meter Classification for Pop/Rock Music.” Bates College: Lewiston, ME (April 28). [Slides]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2017). “‘Is She Weird’: Subverting Cultural and (Hyper)Metric Norms in the Music of the Pixies.” International Association for the Study of Popular Music (US) Conference. Case Western Reserve University: Cleveland, OH (February 24). [Text] [Slides]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2016). “Tempo Versus Harmonic and Melodic Pacing in a Corpus of Rock Music.” Science of Song Symposium. Vanderbilt University: Nashville, TN (September 12). [Poster]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2016). “Tempo Versus Harmonic and Melodic Pacing in a Corpus of Rock Music.” Cognitively Based Music Informatics Research (CogMIR) Seminar, International Society for Music Informatics Research (ISMIR) Conference. Columbia University: New York, NY (August 12). [Poster] [Slides]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2016). “The Harmonic-Bass Divorce in Rock: A Method for Conceptualizing the Organization of Chord Extensions.” Music Theory Midwest Conference. University of Arkansas: Fayetteville, AK (May 6). [Slides] [Text]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2016). “Measuring a Measure: Absolute Time as a Factor in Meter Classification for Pop/Rock Music.” Joint Conference of Music Theory Southeast and the South Central Society for Music Theory. Kennesaw State University: Kennesaw, GA (April 2). [Slides] [Text]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2015). “Measuring a Measure: Absolute Time as a Factor in Meter Classification for Pop/Rock Music.” Ann Arbor Symposium IV: Teaching and Learning Popular Music. University of Michigan: Ann Arbor, MI (November 20). [Slides] [Text]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2015). “The Nashville Number System: A Method for Notating Harmony and Form.” Popular Music Interest Group Meeting. Society for Music Theory Conference. St. Louis, MO (November 1). [Handout]

Temperley, David, Trevor de Clercq, & Adam Waller. (2015). “Changes in Rock Melody, 1954-2009.” Society for Music Perception and Cognition Conference. Vanderbilt University: Nashville, TN (August 4). [Slides]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2014). “A Model for Scale-Degree Reinterpretation:
 How Melodic Structure, Modulation, and Cadence Choice Interact in the Chorale Harmonizations of J. S. Bach.” Society for Music Theory Conference. Milwaukee, WI (November 7). [Poster]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2014). “Typical Chords in Typical Song Sections: How Harmony and Form Interact in a Corpus of Rock Music.” The Eighth European Music Analysis Conference (EuroMAC 8). Katholieke Universiteit Leuven: Leuven, Belgium (September 19). [Slides] [Text]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2014). “Ionian Tonic Arrivals as Generators of Chorus Quality in Pop/Rock Songs.” Music Theory Midwest Annual Conference. Lawrence University: Appleton, WI (April 25). [Slides] [Text]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2014). “Ionian Tonic Arrivals as Generators of Chorus Quality in Pop/Rock Songs.” South Central Society for Music Theory Annual Conference. University of Mississippi: Oxford, MS (March 28). [Slides] [Text]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2013). “How Melody Engenders Cadence in the Chorales of J. S. Bach: A Corpus Study.” Midwestern Music Cognition Symposium. Ohio State University: Columbus, OH (May 25). [Slides] [Text]

* de Clercq, Trevor. (2013). “The RS 200 Corpus of Rock Songs and its Potential for Music Information Retrieval Projects.” Music and Audio Research Lab graduate colloquium series. New York University: New York, NY (May 10). [Slides]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2013). “How Melody Engenders Cadence in the Chorales of J. S. Bach: A Corpus Study.” Northeastern Music Cognition Group Meeting. New York University: New York, NY (April 27). [Slides] [Text]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2013). “How Melody Engenders Cadence in the Chorales of J. S. Bach: A Corpus Study.” Music Theory Society of the Mid-Atlantic Annual Conference. Temple University: Philadelphia, PA (March 15). [Slides] [Text]

* de Clercq, Trevor. (2012). “Corpus Analysis of Rock Music.” BIOL 22020: Honors Seminar in Biology, The Neurobiology and Mathematics of Music. Ithaca College: Ithaca, NY (December 11). [Slides]

de Clercq, Trevor. (2012). “A Taxing of the Taxonomy in the Beatles’ ‘Taxman’: Beyond the AAB Phrase Model of the 12-bar Blues.” Music Theory Society of the Mid-Atlantic Annual Conference. University of Delaware: Newark, DE (March 31). [Slides] [Text]

Temperley, David & Trevor de Clercq. (2012). “A Corpus of Melodic Transcriptions for Rock Songs.” Northeast Music Cognition Group Meeting. Yale University: New Haven, CT (April 28). [Slides]

Temperley, David & Trevor de Clercq. (2012). “A Corpus of Melodic Transcriptions for Rock Songs.” ESM/UR/Cornell Music Cognition Symposium. Eastman School of Music: Rochester, NY (February 13).

Temperley, David & Trevor de Clercq. (2011). “Key-finding Algorithms for Popular Music.” Society for Music Perception and Cognition Annual Conference. Eastman School of Music: Rochester, NY (August 13).

* de Clercq, Trevor & David Temperley. (2011). “Harmony and Key in Rock: A Corpus Study.” CIRMMT and CRLMB research workshop. McGill University: Montreal, PQ (February 18).

de Clercq, Trevor & David Temperley. (2010). “A Corpus Analysis of Rock Harmony.” Northeast Music Cognition Group Meeting. Berklee School of Music: Boston, MA (October 23). [Slides]

Temperley, David & Trevor de Clercq. (2010). “A Corpus Analysis of Rock Harmony.” International Conference for Music Perception and Cognition. Seattle, WA (August 25).

* = Invited Talk