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9th International Conference on Digital Libraries for Musicology
We present a model for the annotation of musical works, where the annotations are created with respect to a conceptual abstraction of the music instead of directly to concrete encodings. This supports musicologists in constructing arguments about musical elements that occur in multiple digital library sources (or other web resources), that recur across a work, or that appear in different forms in different arrangements. It provides a way of discussing musical content without tying thatdoi:10.1145/3543882.3543891 fatcat:yuw3uknqzbbczfnwi5p46srp6m