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A topography and taxonomy of digital musicology

Eleanor Selfridge-Field
2017 Arti Musices  
How does one make sense of the rapidly growing array of resources for musicologists online? In part, the answer depends on what specifi c interests are topical in the local environment.  ...  Obstacles to fi nding sites with relevant materi-al are many and generally parallel those familiar from using physical libraries.  ...  When in 2015 we began to assemble a reference list of open-source digital projects (Digital Resources for Musicology, or DRM), we did not appreciate how diverse the organization of digital collections  ... 
doi:10.21857/yq32oh4e79 fatcat:kdkhg2tw2fci5g45la6f3q2pym

International Association of Music Libraries Conference Report, Dublin, Ireland, 24-29 July 2011

Janneka Guise, Cheryl Martin
2012 CAML Review / Revue de l ACBM  
Other sessions included a description of a reciprocal music borrowing agreement among Irish libraries (http://www.library.ie/pal/), and a virtual library of musicology research materials (www.vifamusik.de  ...  The Contemporary Music Centre, Ireland, is in the process of digitizing its entire collection of 5500 scores and 3000 recordings (http://cmc.ie/digitalarchive/).  ... 
doi:10.25071/1708-6701.35129 fatcat:e4kvwbv3gfberfzxh4twdglh4a

The structure, contents, and significance of periodicals in the holdings of the Library of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade

Romana Ribić
2015 New Sound  
) in the holdings of the Library of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade.  ...  This paper presents the structure, contents, and significance of Yugoslav, Serbian, and foreign journals on music and other topics (literature, pedagogy, library science and IT, culture, art in general  ...  = 7, The Journal of Musicology = 8, Nineteenth-century Music = 8, Music Analysis = 9, Music Theory Spectrum = 11, Journal of the American Musicological Society = 11. 48 Faculty of Music in Belgrade)  ... 
doi:10.5937/newso1545181r fatcat:muh7q2duznbzbmyubzittv5xqm

On providing semantic alignment and unified access to music library metadata

David M. Weigl, David Lewis, Tim Crawford, Ian Knopke, Kevin R. Page
2017 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
A variety of digital data sources-including institutional and formal digital libraries, crowd-sourced community resources, and data feeds provided by media organisations such as the BBC-expose information  ...  of musicological interest, describing works, composers, performers, and wider historical and cultural contexts.  ...  AHRC Transforming Musicology Project (AH/L006820/1), part of the Digital Transformations theme, and continued as part of the EPSRC Fusing Semantic and Audio Technologies for Intelligent Music Production  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-017-0223-9 fatcat:6dgmen5g45aobfqx7fawzojyne

Predstavljanje osnovnih pojmova digitalne humanistike u vezi s glazbom i muzikologijom, ili: Što je digitalna muzikologija?

Lucija Konfic
2017 Arti Musices  
Summary PRESENTATION OF THE BASIC CONCEPTS OF DIGITAL HUMANITIES IN RELATION TO MUSIC AND MUSICOLOGY, OR, WHAT IS DIGITAL MUSICOLOGY?  ...  The aim of this paper is to present basic concepts of digital humanities as they relate to music and musicology, as well as the term digital musicology, in order to encourage in Croatia a greater use of  ... 
doi:10.21857/ypn4oc8039 fatcat:d4bvhij62vgkfm6gagugof6uqe

Music and computing

Allen Forte
1967 Proceedings of the November 14-16, 1967, fall joint computer conference on - AFIPS '67 (Fall)  
dures that are central to much work in musicology.  ...  The question of appropriate high-level languages and their natural data-structures is also in the foreground for those of us who are active in computer-implemented research.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1465611.1465653 dblp:conf/afips/Forte67 fatcat:zwth5cehtngwxlrhmiqelixtaq

Music and computing: The present situation

Allen Forte
1967 Computers and the Humanities  
dures that are central to much work in musicology.  ...  The question of appropriate high-level languages and their natural data-structures is also in the foreground for those of us who are active in computer-implemented research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02402463 fatcat:t5ckq6jtkrbbfbgktwsqkpguo4

Musicology Of Early Music With Europeana Tools And Services

Erik Duval, Marnix Van Berchum, Anja Jentzsch, Gonzalo Alberto Parra Chico, Andreas Drakos
2015 Zenodo  
The abbreviations of library sigla used in RISM, have an authoritative character within musicology, and can be used as a controlled vocabulary in a digital environment.  ...  Digitizing the scores through optical recognition can enable us to collate different editions regardless of layout, and is also useful in for instance the preparation of digital music libraries.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1417508 fatcat:qflvrszjp5a4dmjtbzlajbcmvi

CAML Conference 2014: Programme and Abstracts

2014 CAML Review / Revue de l ACBM  
Digital humanities (DH) are becoming increasingly present on university campuses. Many institutions are adding digital humanities positions to faculties and libraries. But what is it?  ...  This presentation will provide an overview of the emerging area of digital humanities with a specific focus on the intersection between DH and music.  ...  This paper will explore and compare the digital sound recording collections from three national libraries: Library and Archives Canada, The Virtual Gramophone; The Library of Congress, National Jukebox  ... 
doi:10.25071/1708-6701.39674 fatcat:ruempcodv5grhoa5myl3sugbfi

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2017 CAML Review / Revue de l ACBM  
This research was supported by a First-Time Presenter Award for the CAML conference in 2016. The Mariposa Folk Festival: A History. By Michael Hill. Toronto: Dundurn, 2017. 240 pp.  ...  Audrey Laplante and Ichiro Fujinaga, "Digitizing Musical Scores: Challenges and Opportunities for Libraries," in Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Digital Libraries for Musicology (DLfM  ...  See for example, the "Digital Libraries for Musicology" workshops: http://www.transformingmusicology.org/dlfm2017/.44.  ... 
doi:10.25071/1708-6701.40312 fatcat:nzi2xkpd6bgtjdowbfbiv5uryy

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2014 CAML Review / Revue de l ACBM  
Digital libraries face a unique challenge in providing assistance, and these three national libraries do offer remote reference services.  ...  IAML will be meeting in New York City in June 2015, jointly with IMS (International Musicological Society), about three weeks after our CAML conference.  ...  There is a generous allocation of musical examples, 175 in all, but they have not been subject to the same care. In ex. 3.2 (50), there are missing notes and accidentals in bars 3, 4, and 7.  ... 
doi:10.25071/1708-6701.39550 fatcat:rjy4qrjfznctbhtncsw74xlcfe

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2013 CAML Review / Revue de l ACBM  
This biography appeared first as a publication of the University of Western Australia in 2011.  ...  Although there is a discrepancy in the number of pages, 448 but just 420 in the Wilfrid Laurier University (WLU) Press edition, what I have been able to compare seems virtually the same.  ...  Another project, at the Bavarian State Library (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek) in Munich, involves the digitization of 5600 libretti from the collection of Christian Her (www.digitale-sammlungen.de).  ... 
doi:10.25071/1708-6701.37771 fatcat:xqo4xvuwj5fyzdtql55zuxoh3a

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2014 CAML Review / Revue de l ACBM  
We are very excited that our keynote speaker will be Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie, President of IAML and Editor-in-Chief of RILM.  ...  Kevin Ford ( Library of Congress) explained that in this resource description structure, all elements and attributes of a record are based on uniform resource identifiers (URIs) that link the record to  ... 
doi:10.25071/1708-6701.38570 fatcat:i2fho2kmovabphgjh3qkyf5tri

Empirical Musicology: An Interview with David Huron Part I

Daniel Shanahan
2020 Empirical Musicology Review  
On the occasion of David Huron's retirement, EMR Editor, Daniel Shanahan, recently interviewed him regarding the founding of the journal, the growth of empirical musicology, digital corpus studies, the  ...  The first of two interviews.  ...  If we got rid of journal publishers, the savings in library subscriptions would allow libraries to support journals directly.  ... 
doi:10.18061/emr.v15i1-2.7718 fatcat:wsewmltrjnf7ba7rcfkpgvqqay

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2015 CAML Review / Revue de l ACBM  
With the rise in digital streaming services and archives including medici.tv, the Berlin Philharmonic Digital Concert Hall and the Met Opera on Demand, academic music libraries are now in the ideal position  ...  Sally Jo Cunningham, Nina Reeves, and Matthew Britland, "An Ethnographic Study of Music: Implications for the Design of a Music Digital Library," in Proceedings of the Third ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference  ...  In the first phrase, there is an interactive dialogue of a primary motive among the three instrumental  ... 
doi:10.25071/1708-6701.40235 fatcat:domzrecfrbdl5ajdxlc2u3e3u4
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