How to use these files: Each piece of music has a MusicXML file that contains the notes, and an analysis file with the Schenkerian analysis of the excerpt. The analyses mainly list the prolongations present in the music. Each prolongation is in the form X (Y) Z where X and Z are lists of notes that are prolonged by the notes in Y. One of X and Z may be absent. The notes in X, Y, and Z are given so that they may be easily located in the MusicXML file. Each note is specified with a measure number, pitch, octave, and occurrence. For instance, 4f#5-2 specifies the second occurrence of the F# in the fifth octave (using scientific pitch notation) of the fourth measure.
These files were used in my research on probabilistic models of music analysis. Check out my paper, and please cite it if you use these data:
Phillip B. Kirlin and David D. Jensen. "Probabilistic Modeling of Hierarchical Music Analysis." In Proceedings of the 12th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, pages 393-398, 2011.
Please email me with questions or just to tell me you're getting some use out of these data.
Mozart, Piano Sonata in A major, K. 331, I
Mozart, Piano Sonata in B-flat major, K. 333, III (mm. 1-8) musicxml analysis
Mozart, Piano Sonata in C major, K. 545, III (mm. 1-8) musicxml analysis
Mozart, 6 Variations on an Allegretto, K. Anh. 137 (mm. 1-8) musicxml analysis
Schubert, Impromptu in B-flat major, Op. 142, No. 3 (mm. 1-8) musicxml analysis
Schubert, Impromptu in G-flat major, Op. 90, No. 3 (mm. 1-8) musicxml analysis
Haydn, Divertimento in B-flat major, Hob. II/46, II (mm. 1-10) musicxml analysis
Haydn, Piano Sonata in C major, Hob. XVI/35, I (mm. 1-8) musicxml analysis