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2016-04-12 14:30 Musical Scholarship and the Future of Academic Publishing

By Richard Lewis

A couple of months ago Marilyn Deegan, who is emeritus professor at King's College London, approached Tim asking him to put together a workshop as part of their Academic Book of the Future project (2014-2016, PI: Samantha Rayner). The project is a partnership between King's and the UCL Centre for Publishing, and is funded by the British Library and the AHRC. The project has included a lot of work with practising scholars but Marilyn was keen to engage the musical community so we accepted her invitation.

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2013-10-31 16:00 Collaborating with PRAISE project

By Richard Lewis

While discussing the social music analysis widget idea, Christophe Rhodes suggested talking to another research project which is currently underway with Goldsmiths as the lead technical partner, PRAISE (Practice and peRformance Analysis Inspiring Social Education).

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2013-10-18 15:00 Social Music Analysis Widget

By Richard Lewis

The Transforming Musicology project includes three musicological work packages intended as case studies to demonstrate how music information retrieval and related technologies may be applied in musicological research. These are complemented by four technical work packages in which an infrastructure for supporting computational musicology will be developed drawing on a lot of existing technology.

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