Listeners perceive complex pitch-temporal structure in melodies

In typical Western music, important pitches occur disproportionately often on important beats, referred to as the tonal-metric hierarchy. Jon Prince discusses whether listeners are sensitive to this alignment of pitch and temporal structure.

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