Notated Music in the Digital Sphere. Bue, M. S. & Rockenberger, A., editors 2021.
Notated Music in the Digital Sphere [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Digital musicology is a diverse area of research. For many, the under-standing of “music” within Digital Humanities concerns sound, recordings, or music notation software. The articles in this collection, however, discuss different aspects of digital musicology: primarily how pre-existing notated music can be represented digitally. The articles deal with subjects such as digital reconstruction, editing, encoding, databases, digital preservation and computational analysis of notated music.
@collection{Bue_Rockenberger_2021,
 title = {{Notated Music in the Digital Sphere}},
 subtitle = {{Possibilities and Limitations}},
 editor = {Margrethe Støkken Bue and Annika Rockenberger},
 publisher = {National Library of Norway},
 abstract = {Digital musicology is a diverse area of research. For many, the under-standing of “music” within Digital Humanities concerns sound, recordings, or music notation software. The articles in this collection, however, discuss different aspects of digital musicology: primarily how pre-existing notated music can be represented digitally. The articles deal with subjects such as digital reconstruction, editing, encoding, databases, digital preservation and computational analysis of notated music.},
 location = {Oslo},
 year = {2021},
 url = {https://issuu.com/nasjonalbiblioteket/docs/nota_bene_15_layout_issuu},
 urldate = {2021-03-02},
 series = {Nota bene -- Studies from the National Library of Norway},
 number = {15}
}
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