Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Thursday, 19/May/2022
9:30am
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11:00am
Workshop 3: Music Encoding Basics and Background
Location: Room 401
 

Music Encoding Basics and Background

Maristella Feustle, MEI Pedagogy IG

9:30am
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12:00pm
Workshop 1
Location: Room 406
 

Connecting Musics: Semantic Modelling as Challenge for Music Encoding

Richard Freedman, David Lewis, Stefan Münnich, Emilio Sanfilippo, David M. Weigl

Workshop 2
Location: Room 409
 

Interactive OMR-assisted transcription of Mensural sources using MuRET

David Rizo, Jorge Calvo-Zaragoza, Martha Thomae

Workshop 4 (first half)
Location: Script Library
 

MEI Metadata and MerMEId workshop MEC 2022

Margrethe Støkken Bue, Clemens Gubsch, Sophia Dörner, Dennis Ried, Peter Stadler

12:00pm
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1:00pm
Lunch
Location: Room 401
1:00pm
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3:30pm
Workshop 4 (second half)
Location: Script Library

Second half of Workshop 4 (MEI Metadata and MerMEId)

Same Zoom link as first half.

Workshop 5
Location: Room 409
 

Encoding Musical Performances

Axel Berndt

Workshop 6
Location: Room 401
 

MEI Tutorial

Johannes Kepper, Perry Roland

4:00pm Opening Reception (in-person participants)
Date: Friday, 20/May/2022
8:00am
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8:40am
Online platforms and on-site venue open
8:40am
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9:00am
Welcome
9:00am
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10:15am
Keynote 1: Gimena del Rio Riande (CONICET), Argentina
Location: Dunn Theatre
Chair: David M. Weigl

Singing another Tune: Open/Digital/Minimal Scholarly Edition of Castilian and Galician-Portuguese Lyric Poetry

Dr. Gimena del Rio Riande is Associate Researcher at the Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas y Crítica Textual (CONICET, Argentina). She holds a MA and Summa Cum Laude PhD in Romance Philology (Universidad Complutense de Madrid). Her main academic interests deal with Digital Humanities, Digital Scholarly Editions, and Open Research Practices in the Humanites.

She is the director of the Laboratorio de Humanidades Digitales  HD CAICYT LAB (CONICET), and the journal Revista de Humanidades Digitales. She also serves as president of the Asociación Argentina de Humanidades Digitales, and as member of the board of directors at Poblaciones, FORCE11, and the Text Encoding Initiative Consortium. Since 2020, she is one of the DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals) Ambassadors for Latin America.

Gimena is the director of the first Postgraduate training in Digital Humanities in Argentina (UCES) and co-director of the Digital Humanities Master at UNED (Spain). She also coordinates a Global Classrooms Program for Digital Minimal Editions with Raffaele Viglianti (2020-2023, University of Maryland-Universidad del Salvador).

10:15am
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10:30am
Coffee Break
Location: Room 401
10:30am
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12:30pm
Paper presentations (Session 1)
Location: Dunn Theatre
Chair: Anna E. Kijas
 

Musicologists and Data Scientists Pull out all the Stops: Defining Renaissance Cadences Systematically

Alexander Morgan, Daniel Russo-Batterham, Richard Freedman



MuseReduce: A Generic Framework for Hierarchical Music Analysis

Petter Ericson, Yannis Rammos, Martin Rohrmeier



Challenging the MEI Neumes Module: Encoding Armenian Neumes

Elsa De Luca, Haig Utidjian



Towards the digitisation of Middle Byzantine notation: a formal model and knowledge representation

Polykarpos Polykarpidis, Christina Anagnostopoulou, Dionysios Kalofonos



Community-centered sustainability: A Case Study of the Music Encoding Initiative

Jessica Grimmer

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Room 401
1:30pm
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2:00pm
Poster slam
Location: Dunn Theatre
Chair: Anna Plaksin

3-minute plenary presentations of all posters (excluding LBRs)

2:00pm
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3:15pm
Posters & Latebreaking Reports (Zoom room conversations)
 

A New Conceptual Model for Musical Sources and Musicological Studies

Elisabete Shibata, David Lewis, Mark Saccomano, Andrew Hankinson, Johannes Kepper, Kevin Page



A Notation-Free Approach to Encoding Commatic Drifts in Just Intonation

Jordan Lenchitz



Developing a Measure Image and Applying to Deep Learning

Lucas Francesco Piccioni Costa, André Yoshio Caram Ogoshi, Marcella Scoczynski Ribeiro Martins, Hugo Valadares Siqueira



Explicating Revisions – How to mediate Beethoven's redaction instructions

Johannes Kepper, Jan-Peter Voigt, Susanne Cox, Ran Mo, Elisa Novara, Richard York Sänger, Agnes Seipelt



»Play it again, Sam« – levels of complexity in encoding performance personnel

Benjamin W. Bohl, Dennis Ried



Towards MerMEId 2.0

Peter Stadler, Omar Siam, Margrethe Støkken Bue, Clemens Gubsch, David Lewis, Kevin Page, Axel Teich Geertinger, Sigfrid Lundberg, Joshua Neumann, Daniel Jettka, Anastasia Wawilow, Zsofia Karolina Abraham, Daniel Schopper



Joseph Haydn Werke Metadata, MEI Way

Joshua Neumann



Encoding and Analyzing a New Corpus of Popular Songs

Lindsey Reymore, Matthew Zeller, Leigh VanHandel, Ben Duinker, Nicholas Shea, Christopher William White, Jeremy Tatar, Jade Roth, Nicole Biamonte



LBR. Jazz Standards: from the manuscript to multiple possibilities through computation.

Patricia García-Iasci, Javier Merchán Sánchez-Jara



LBR. The mei-friend Web Application: Editing MEI in the Browser

Werner Goebl, David M. Weigl



LBR. Proposal to Adopt MEI for Encoding Traditional Japanese Music Scores

Shintaro Seki

3:30pm
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4:30pm
Panel 1
Location: Dunn Theatre
 

Sharing MEI: common semantics in diverse musics?

Anna Plaksin, David Lewis, Nevin Şahin, Axel Berndt

4:30pm
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5:30pm
Posters & Latebreaking Reports (in-person conversations)
Location: Room 409

Opportunity for continued discussion of posters and LBRs (in-person participants)

7:30pm Concert (in-person participants)
Location: Dunn Theatre

Megan Thibeault

Megan Thibeault (piano) performs Nicole Lizée, Hitchcock Etudes and Kubrick Etudes for piano, electronics and film

Date: Saturday, 21/May/2022
9:00am
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10:00am
Panel 2
Location: Dunn Theatre
 

Musicology and Music Philology. Can digitization revive an old connection?

Johannes Kepper, Christine Siegert, Andreas Münzmay, Joy H. Calico, Richard Freedman

10:15am
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10:30am
Coffee Break
Location: Room 401
10:30am
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12:30pm
Paper presentations (Session 2)
Location: Dunn Theatre
Chair: David Lewis
 

Modeling and Editing Cross-Modal Synchronization on a Label Web Canvas

Louis Garczynksi, Mathieu Giraud, Emmanuel Leguy, Philippe Rigaux



Watermarks and Where To Find Them: Digitization, Recognition, and Automated Clustering of Watermarks in the Music Manuscripts of Franz Schubert (DRACMarkS)

Andrea Lindmayr-Brandl, Katharina Loose-Einfalt, Clemens Gubsch, Paul Gulewycz, Marlene Peterlechner, Günther Koliander



The match file format: Encoding Alignments between Scores and Performances

Francesco Foscarin, Emmanouil Karystinaios, Silvan Peter, Carlos Eduardo Cancino-Chacón, Maarten Grachten, Gerhard Widmer



Partitura: A Python Package for Symbolic Music Processing

Carlos Eduardo Cancino-Chacón, Silvan Peter, Emmanouil Karystinaios, Francesco Foscarin, Maarten Grachten, Gerhard Widmer



Mysterium: A Corpus of Alexander Scriabin's Music for Solo Piano

Bryan Jacob Bell

12:30pm
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1:30pm
Lunch
Location: Room 401
1:30pm
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2:45pm
Keynote 2: Ichiro Fujinaga (McGill University), Canada
Location: Dunn Theatre
Chair: Jennifer Bain

Optical Music Recognition Workflow for Neume Notation and its Encoding


Ichiro Fujinaga is Professor and Canada Research Chair in Music Information Retrieval in the Music Technology Area of the Department of Music Research at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University. He has Bachelor’s degrees in Music/Percussion and Mathematics from University of Alberta, a Master’s degree in Music Theory, and a Ph.D. in Music Technology from McGill University. Before coming to McGill, he was a faculty member of the Computer Music Department at the Peabody Conservatory of Music of the Johns Hopkins University. Research interests include music theory, optical music recognition, machine learning, music perception, digital signal processing, genetic algorithms, and music information acquisition, preservation, and retrieval.

3:00pm
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4:30pm
Invited panel: Encoding liturgical chant notations and meta-data
Location: Dunn Theatre
Chair: Debra Suzanne Lacoste
5:30pm
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6:30pm
Live visit: Salzinnes Antiphonal (in-person participants)
Location: Saint Mary's University Library
Pre-recorded presentation: Salzinnes Antiphonal
Date: Sunday, 22/May/2022
9:00am
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10:00am
Community meeting (open to all)
Location: Dunn Theatre
10:00am
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10:15am
Coffee Break
Location: Room 401
10:15am
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12:15pm
Digital Analysis of Chant Transmission (DACT) meeting (Part 1)
Location: Script Library
Interest group and project meetings
Location: Room 401
Interest group and project meetings
Location: Room 409
12:15pm
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1:15pm
Lunch
Location: Room 401
1:15pm
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4:15pm
Digital Analysis of Chant Transmission (DACT) meeting (Part 2)
Location: Script Library
Interest group and project meetings
Location: Room 401
Interest group and project meetings
Location: Room 409

 
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