2022 Programme

The conference will be held on Thursday 28 July 2022 in Prague association with IAML 2022

Preliminary programme:

Oral presentations

9:00–10:30 Joint IAML - DLfM Session — Chair: Laurent Pugin
  Segmentation, Transcription, Analysis and Visualisation of the Norwegian Folk Music Archive Olivier Lartillot, Anders Elowsson, Mats Johansson and Hans-Hinrich Thedens
  Summary Features as the Basis for Content-Based Queries of Symbolic Music Repositories Cory McKay and Julie E. Cumming
  Full-Text Searching of Music Online: An update on progress in F-TEMPO Tim Crawford and Alastair Porter
   
10:30–11.00 Coffee break and poster session (see below)
   
11:00–12.30 Session 1 – Data and models — Chair: TBA
  A model for annotating musical versions and arrangements across multiple documents and media David Lewis, Elisabete Shibata, Mark Saccomano, Lisa Rosendahl, Johannes Kepper, Christine Siegert and Kevin Page.
  Digitization of Choirbooks in Guatemala Martha E. Thomae, Julie E. Cumming and Ichiro Fujinaga
  A Corpus Describing Orchestral Texture in First Movements of Classical and Early-Romantic Symphonies Dinh-Viet-Toan Le, Mathieu Giraud, Florence Levé and Francesco Maccarini
   
14:00–15.30 Session 2 - FAIR principles in Digital Libraries for Musicology — Chair: TBA
  The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra's New Year's Concerts: Building a FAIR Data Corpus for Musicology David M. Weigl, Chanda Vanderhart, Matthäus Pescoller, Delilah Rammler, Markus Grassl, Fritz Trümpi and Werner Goebl
  FAIR but Flexible: Designing for Dynamic User Contributions in Digital Musicology Resources Alan Dix, Stephen Downie, Rachel Cowgill, Charlotte Armstrong, Rupert Ridgewell, Michael Twidale, Maureen Reagan and Kathleen McGowan
  The Alignment of Open Access with FAIR Principles in Musicological Publishing and Teaching Anne Shelley and Rachel Scott
   
15:30–16:00 Coffee break and poster session (see below)
   
16:00–17:30 Session 3 - Tools and visualisationChair: TBA
  MeRIT: An interactive annotation tool for mensural rhythms Anna Plaksin and David Lewis
  Phantom Curves: Scientific Discovery through Interactive Music Visualization Fabian C. Moss, Giovanni Affatato and Daniel Harasim
  Polyrhythm Analysis Using the composite Tool Ève Poudrier and Craig Stuart Sapp

Poster presentations

Preserving Intangible Cultural Heritage: Can Digital Resources of Folk Music and Dance Groups be FAIR? M. Chudy, E. Łukasik, E. Kuśmierek, and T. Parkoła
Automatic Transcription of MIDI Drum Performances Martin Digard, Florent Jacquemard, and Lydia Rodriguez-de la Nava
Introducing the Music Instruction & Pedagogy Repository (MIPR): An Accessible, Sustainable, and Collaborative OER for Music Sylvia Yang, Angela Pratesi, Allison McClanahan, and Andrea Morris
AI-Assisted Annotation and Analysis of Music Performance Through Audio-to-Score Alignment Yucong Jiang