2020 Programme

DLfM 2020 Programme

The conference will be held between 9am and 3pm EDT, on Friday 16 October 2020, hosted by the Schulich School of Music, McGill University, Montréal.

The conference will take place on Zoom, with supported discussion activities on Slack. Registered participants will receive an e-mail with links and more details by the end of Wednesday 14 October.

Times below are all EDT.

9:00 Welcome
9:15 Paper session: Working with images, working with notation | Chair: Claire Arthur

Jason Stoessel, Denis Collins and Scott Bolland

Using Optical Music Recognition to Encode 17th-Century Music Prints: The Canonic Works of Paolo Agostini (c.1583–1629) as a Test Case
  Antonio Ríos-Vila, Jorge Calvo-Zaragoza and David Rizo Evaluating Simultaneous Recognition and Encoding for Optical Music Recognition
  Néstor Nápoles López, Laurent Feisthauer, Florence Leve and Ichiro Fujinaga On Local Keys, Modulations, and Tonicizations: A Dataset and Methodology for Evaluating Changes of Key
  Yaolong Ju, Sylvain Margot, Cory McKay and Ichiro Fujinaga Automatic Chord Labelling: A Figured Bass Approach
10:15 Break with demos and discussion
11:15 Panel discussion | Chair: Audrey Laplante; Panellists: Rachel Cowgill, Julie Cumming, Cynthia Liem, Houman Behzadi
  Rachel Cowgill, Alan Dix, Christina Bashford, Maureen Reagan, J. Stephen Downie, Mike Twidale, Simon McVeigh and Rupert Ridgwell Democratising Digitisation: Making History with Community Music Societies in Digitally Enabled Collaborations
  Peter Shirts The Case for Open Access Scholarly Reference in Music


Break with demos and discussion
13:30 Paper session: Working with music collections | Chair: Francesca Giannetti
  Laurent Pugin and Claudio Bacciagaluppi An Analysis of Musical Work Datasets and Their Current Level of Linkage
  Bas Cornelissen, Willem Zuidema and John A. Burgoyne Studying Large Plainchant Corpora Using chant21
  Jeremy Sawruk and Jacob Walls Personalized Sheet Music Search
  David M. Weigl, Tim Crawford, Werner Goebl, Alex Hofmann, Cynthia C. S. Liem, Alastair Porter and Federico Zubani Read/Write Digital Libraries for Musicology
14:35 Conclusions and continuing discussions over Zoom and Slack


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