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Counterpoint Error-Detection Tools for Optical Music Recognition of Renaissance Polyphonic Music
This paper discusses part of a larger project to preserve and increase access to Guatemalan music sources written in mensural notation by using a digitization and music information retrieval (MIR) workflow to obtain both digital images and symbolic scores with editorial corrections. The workflow involves MIR tools such as optical music recognition (OMR), automatic voice alignment for mensural notation, editorial correction software, and computational counterpoint error detection. In this paper,doi:10.5281/zenodo.7316709 fatcat:4xrdwjep3vfitbctwrdmc4mauu