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Hubert Léveillé Gauvin

Hubert Léveillé Gauvin is a PhD student in music theory at the Ohio State University. He holds a M.A. in music theory from McGill University, where he’s also been active as student coordinator of a CIRMMT (Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music, Media and Technology) research axis: RA2, Music Information Research. He’s interested in compositional and production practices in popular music. More specifically, his work examines paradigmatic changes in socio-cultural and economic environments and their impact on music. 

 

EDUCATION
 
McGill University, Montréal (QC)   2015
M.A., Music Theory
Advisors: Profs. Nicole Biamonte and Jonathan Wild
 
McGill University, Montréal (QC)   2012
B.Mus., Music Theory, Music History (minor)
 
 
PUBLICATIONS
 

Devaney, J., & Léveillé Gauvin, H. (2016). Representing and Linking Music Performance Data with Score Information. In Proceedings of the 3rd International workshop on Digital Libraries for Musicology, pp. 1-8. [pdf]

Léveillé Gauvin, H. (2016). Changing Use of Seventh Chords: A Replication of Mauch et al. (2015). Empirical Musicology Review, 11(1), 103-107. [pdf]

Léveillé Gauvin, H., D. Huron, and D. Shanahan. (2016). On the Role of Semitone Intervals in Melodic Organization: Yearning vs. Baby Steps. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, San Francisco, USA, pp. 727-731. [pdf]

Léveillé Gauvin, H. (2016). ‘C’est le début d’un temps nouveau:’ une recherche empirique sur l’évolution des pratiques musicales dans la musique populaire des années 60. Musique et pédagogie, 30(2): 14-15.
 
Léveillé Gauvin, H. (2015). The Times They Were A-Changin’: A Database-Driven Approach to the Evolution of Musical Syntax in Popular Music from the 1960s. Empirical Musicology Review, 10(3): 215-238. [pdf]
 
Léveillé Gauvin, H. (2015). Three Empirical Studies on the Evolution of Musical Syntax in Popular Music from the 1960s. M.A. Thesis, McGill University, Canada. [pdf]
 
 
PRESENTATIONS & POSTER SESSIONS
 
Léveillé Gauvin, H, D. Huron, and D. Shanahan. On the Role of Semitone Intervals in Melodic Organization: Yearning vs. Baby Steps. 
Paper presented at the 14th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, San Francisco, CA (July 5-9, 2016)
 
Devaney, J., and H. Léveillé Gauvin. Encoding Music Performance Data.
Paper presented at the 2016 Music Encoding Conference, Montréal, QC (May 17-20, 2016)
 
Duinker, B., and H. Léveillé Gauvin. Trends in Music Theory Scholarship: A Corpus Study.
• Poster presented at the CIRMMT Student Conference, Montréal, QC (June 1,2016)[poster] [handout]
• Poster presented at the Music Theory Midwest 27th Annual Conference, Fayetteville, AR (May 6-7, 2016)
 
Léveillé Gauvin, H. Le demi-ton, intervalle instable: utilisation contrastante de la médiante et de la sus-dominante dans les modes majeurs et mineurs.
Paper presented at the McGill Music Graduate Symposium, Montréal, QC (March 18-20, 2016)
 
Léveillé Gauvin, H. The Most Modern of the Moderns: Conceptualizing Form through Nested Repetitions in the Third Movement of Sibelius’s Fourth Symphony.
Paper presented at the MUSCAN 2015 Annual Conference. Ottawa, Canada (June 5, 2015)
 
Léveillé Gauvin, H. A Change is Gonna Come: Three Empirical Studies on the Evolution of Harmonic Syntax in Popular Music from the 1960s.
Paper presented at the IASPM-Canada 32nd Annual Conference, Ottawa, ON (May 30, 2015)
Poster presented at the CIRMMT Student Conference, Montréal, Canada (May 28, 2015) [poster]
 
Léveillé Gauvin, H. Keep Calm and Consider a Computational Approach: Creating Bridges Between Computer Science and Musicology.
Paper presented at the CIRMMT Workshop on Digital Musicology: Revisiting the Collaborative Process between Music Researchers and Computer Programmers, Montréal, Canada (March 20, 2015)
 
Léveillé Gauvin, H. Liederkreis der Beatles: Cyclic Connections Between ‘No Reply,’ ‘I’m Loser,’ and ‘Baby’s in Black.’
Paper presented at the IASPM-Canada 31st Annual Conference, Québec City, Canada (May 24, 2014)
 
Léveillé Gauvin, H. (Re)Thinking about Cryptocycles: Applying Korsyn’s Model to Popular Music.
Paper presented at the Graduate Student Conference of University of Toronto, Canada (March 30, 2014) 
 
 
E-MAIL ADDRESS
leveillegauvin.1 [at] osu.edu