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Melisma* dataset

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Fortis
+F1: 2.10 s +F2: 1.41 s +F3: 2.80 s - +F5: 1.25 s +F6: 2.35 s F*: 1309 kB
-F1: 1.35 s -F2: 1.22 s -F3: 2.70 s - -F5: 0.95 s -F6: 2.30 s
Gruppett
+G1: 2.15 s +G2: 3.25 s +G3: 2.85 s +G4: 3.15 s +G5: 2.70 s +G6: 2.55 s G*: 2247 kB
-G1: 2.05 s -G2: 2.70 s -G3: 2.70 s -G4: 3.25 s -G5: 2.25 s -G6: 1.55 s
Mordent
+M1: 1.85 s +M2: 1.79 s - - - - M*: 438 kB
-M1: 1.21 s -M2: 1.41 s - - - -
Trill
+T1: 2.02 s +T2: 1.60 s +T3: 1.88 s +T4: 3.90 s +T5: 2.58 s - T*: 1435 kB
-T1: 1.78 s -T2: 1.25 s -T3: 1.10 s -T4: 2.40 s -T5: 1.82 s -
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Melisma - an expressive vocal phrase or passage consisting of several notes sung to one syllable.
Fortis - articulated with considerable muscular tension of the speech organs or with a great deal of breath pressure or plosion.
Gruppett - a turn.
Mordent - a melodic ornament consisting of the rapid alternation of a note with a note one degree lower than it.
Trill - melodic ornament consisting of a rapid alternation between a principal note and the note a whole tone or semitone above it.
+/- - melisma is present/absent.

 

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