Publications

 

de Clercq, Trevor. (Invited, in preparation). “A Corpus Analysis of Harmony in Country Music.” In The Oxford Handbook of Music and Corpus Studies. Edited by Daniel Shanahan, Ashley Burgoyne, and Ian Quinn. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

de Clercq, Trevor. (Invited, in preparation). “Computational Approaches to Rock Music.” In The Bloomsbury Handbook of Rock Music Research. Edited by Allan Moore. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Press.

de Clercq, Trevor & Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis. (Forthcoming 2018). “A Psychological Perspective on Repetition in Popular Music.” In Over and Over: Exploring Repetition in Popular Music. Edited by Christophe Levaux and Olivier Julien. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Press.

de Clercq, Trevor. (Forthcoming 2017). “Pitfalls and Windfalls in Corpus Studies of Pop/Rock Music.” In Proceedings of the Ninth European Music Analysis Conference.

de Clercq, Trevor. (Forthcoming 2017). “Embracing Ambiguity in the Analysis of Form in Pop/Rock Music, 1982–1991.” Music Theory Online.

de Clercq, Trevor. (Forthcoming 2017). “Interactions Between Harmony and Form in a Corpus of Rock Music.” Journal of Music Theory.

Temperley, David & Trevor de Clercq. (Forthcoming 2017). “Musical Structure: Melody and Harmony in Popular Music.” In The Routledge Companion to Music Cognition. Edited by Richard Ashley and Renee Timmers. New York, NY: Routledge.

de Clercq, Trevor. (Forthcoming 2017). “Swing, Shuffle, Half-Time, Double: Beyond Traditional Time Signatures in the Classification of Meter in Pop/Rock Music.” In Coming of Age: Teaching and Learning Popular Music in Academia. Edited by Carlos Rodriguez. Ann Arbor, MI: Maize Books.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2016). “Measuring a Measure: Absolute Time as a Factor for Determining Bar Lengths and Meter in Pop/Rock Music.” Music Theory Online 22/3.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2016). “Big Data, Big Questions: A Closer Look at the Yale–Classical Archives Corpus (c. 2015).” Empirical Musicology Review 11/1: 59-67.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2016). “Deconstructing the Blues in the Beatles’ ‘Taxman’.” Music Theory and Analysis 3/1: 58-70.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2016). “Review of Ralf von Appen, André Doehring, Dietrich Helms, and Allan Moore, eds. Song Interpretation in 21st-Century Pop Music (Ashgate, 2015).” Music Theory Online 22/1.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2015). “Corpus Studies of Harmony in Popular Music: A Response to Léveillé Gauvin.” Empirical Musicology Review 10/3: 239-244.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2015). “A Model for Scale-Degree Reinterpretation: Melodic Structure, Modulation, and Cadence Choice in the Chorale Harmonizations of J. S. Bach.” Empirical Musicology Review 10/3: 188-206.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2015). The Nashville Number System Fake Book. Milwaukee, WI: Hal Leonard Corporation.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2015). “Improvised Jazz Counterpoint: The Stylistic Characteristics of Freddie Green’s Rhythm Guitar Playing.” In Rhythm is My Beat: Jazz Guitar Great Freddie Green and the Count Basie Sound. Edited by Al Green. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2014). “Grooves, Drones, and Loops: Enhancing Aural Skills Exercises with Rock Music Contexts.” In Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy, vol. 2. Edited by Kris Schaffer et al.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2013). “A Future Theory of Pop-Rock Music: A Response to Christopher Doll and Joseph Swain.” Dutch Journal of Music Theory 18/3: 173-179.

Temperley, David & Trevor de Clercq. (2013). “Statistical Analysis of Harmony and Melody in Rock Music.” Journal of New Music Research 42/3: 187-204.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2013). “One-hit Wonders.” Music in American Life: An Encyclopedia of the Songs, Styles, Stars, and Stories that Shaped Our Culture. Edited by Jacqueline Edmondson. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2013). “Opening tracks.” Music in American Life: An Encyclopedia of the Songs, Styles, Stars, and Stories that Shaped Our Culture. Edited by Jacqueline Edmondson. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2013). “Towards a Flipped Aural Skills Classroom: Harnessing Recording Technology for Performance-Based Homework.” In Engaging Students: Essays in Music Pedagogy. Edited by Kris Schaffer and Bryn Hughes.

de Clercq, Trevor. (2012). “Sections and Successions in Successful Songs: A Prototype Approach to Form in Rock Music.” PhD dissertation, Eastman School of Music.

de Clercq, Trevor & David Temperley. (2011). “A Corpus Analysis of Rock Harmony.” Popular Music 30/1: 47-70.

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