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Automatic music processing is a research area that involves scientists of different disciplines, ranging from computer science to digital audio processing, and from web mining to information retrieval. Research in musicology benefits from automatic tools for music analysis that have been developed in this research area. With this contribution we would like to emphasize how tools developed to process and retrieve music can be applied also to the video domain. The idea is part of the SHOTSdoi:10.6092/issn.2280-9481/7425 fatcat:b6roviaur5hpdmwi5xucmpyh5y