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Written via major specialists, this quantity presents either an image of the realities of the way ICT is presently getting used in musicology in addition to clients and suggestions for the way it may be fruitfully utilized in the longer term. via its insurance of subject matters spanning content-based sound searching/retrieval, sound and content material research, markup and textual content encoding, audio source sharing, and song reputation, this publication highlights the breadth and inter-disciplinary nature of the subject material and gives a worthwhile source to technologists, musicologists, musicians and song educators through facilitating the identity of worthy targets to be accomplished utilizing know-how and powerful interdisciplinary collaboration.

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For example, comparing the locations of two notes on a page modelled as a geometrical plane (graphemic domain) can be done with the familiar Euclidian geometrical comparators. 8 Continuous features Much past work in music representation has chosen a musical surface that avoids the difficult area of symbolic representation of values which vary continuously in time. For example, a portamento in CMN is commonly notated as a straight line between one note and another – but this may be performed in many different ways by different performers, and the majority of systems do not attempt to describe it precisely.

S. 29 Bach commenced work on the autograph score in 1733. e. Kyrie and Gloria. Most of its twelve movements are parodies from cantatas, but not all of the models survive. A set of mostly autograph parts from 1733 also survives, adding a level of performance detail that is missing from the score. These parts were never altered, unlike the score, which was subjected to a series of additions and revisions. The most important of these took place in 1748–50, when Bach expanded the Missa into a complete Mass.

Euromusicology. org>, accessed 21 April 2009).  J. McGann, ‘The Rationale of HyperText’ (1995). html>, accessed 21 April 2009. 1a Different models of editing: the book format these, annotations with critical and contextual information, and analytical tools for searching and comparing the materials. As a networked model, the critical archive documents the genesis, transmission and reception of a text through the material instances by which it survives. It is not a hierarchical model that aims at a reconstruction of the author’s intention.

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