Publications

 

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

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

de Clercq, Trevor & Elizabeth Hellmuth Margulis. (Forthcoming). “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.

Temperley, David & Trevor de Clercq. (Forthcoming). “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). “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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