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Music & Letters
Manuscripts submitted to Music & Letters 12 See Richard Lewis, 'Examples of Digital Musicology' (2014), http://www.transformingmusicology.org/resources/documents/examples-of-digital-musicology.pdf for an overview of research in digital musicology. Lewis is affiliated with the Transforming Musicology, a major digital musicology research projected that is funded by the AHRC Digital Transformations in the Arts and Humanities scheme and led by Tim Crawford (2013): http://www.transforming-musicology.org/.doi:10.1093/ml/gcx095 fatcat:a7e6m6nqjbcsvolxkhsubwn3ca