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List of Papers
Masato Yako Last modified date:2019.06.17

Professor / Sound Culture / Art Management / Department of Communication Design Science / Faculty of Design


Papers
1. Restoration Study of Music Instrument-shaped Wood Product Excavated from Habu Ruins in Ogi City, Saga Prefecture: Beyond the Method of Music Archaeology, Design Research No.74, May.17, pp.68-75.
2. Study of Body Movement in the Stroke of Korean Traditional Percussion Instrument: On the Role of Excess Body Motion, Design Research No.70, Mar.16, pp.50-57.
3. Masato Yako, Etsuo Genda, Wonsuk Ji, Analysis of Choreographic Motions for Mono-zukushi as Found in Buyo Dance Text:Analysis of “Kakko no yamazukushi” in “Kyoganoko musume dojoji”, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASIA DIGITAL ART AND DESIGN, Vol.15, pp.99-108, 2012.07.
4. Masato Yako, SuRyon Choi, Recognition and Description of Wabi-Sabi and Iki by Language Game : Comparison with Korea's Han and Western Aesthetic Categories, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASIA DIGITAL ART AND DESIGN, Vol.11, pp.19-28, 2010.06.
5. Quantitative Analysis of Tempo of Nagauta Music
Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan, Vol.55, No.1, pp.27-43.
6. Masato Yako, Recognition and Description of Music and Beauty by Language Game
, IRASM(International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music), Vol.38, No.1. pp.3-21, 2007.06.
7. Recognition and Description of Musical Notations Including Undecihpered Codes by Using Standard Data Description Language
Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan, Vol.52, No.2, pp.122-138.
8. An Study on Source Annotation in Nagauta Play Text ---A Search for its Meaning Compared with Present---,
Masato Yako,
Journal of the Kyushu Art Society, Vol.21, pp.133-160.
9. Masato Yako, Possible Worlds in Musical Theory and Practice, IRASM(International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music), Vol.33, No.2. pp.181-196, 2002.12.
10. A Notational Data Format for Traditional Music Using Standard Data Description Language: A Data Format Using XML for Nagauta Notation,
Masato Yako and Naoki Kishida,
Journal of the Musicological Society of Japan, Vol.47, No.1, pp.55-77.
11. Classification of Rhythm Pattern by Using Computer,
Masato Yako,
Popular Music Studies (Journal of the Japanese Association for the Study of Popular Music), Vol.2, pp.2-22.
12. Masato Yako, Rhythmic Element of Melodic Process in Nagauta Shamisen Music, COMPUTING IN MUSICOLOGY, Vol.11, pp.169-183, 1998.11.
13. An Analysis of Nagauta-shamisen Melody by Blocking,
Masato Yako and Toshinori Araki,
Journal of the Society for Research in Asian Music, Vol.63, pp.37-56.
14. Masato Yako, Classification of Rhythm Patterns, Popular Music: Intercultural Interpretations, Edited by Toru Mitsui, Graduate Program in Music, Kanazawa Univ., Kanazawa, Japan , pp.398-411, 1998.08.
15. An Analysis of Nagauta-shamisen Melody by Blocking,
Masato Yako and Toshinori Araki,
Journal of the Society for Research in Asian Music, Vol.63, pp.37-56.
16. Masato Yako, Hierarchical Structure of Time and Meter, Computer Music Journal, Vol.21, No.1, pp.47-57, 1997.03.
17. Music, Beauty, Language Game .