Edirom Summer School 20148th - 12th September 2014, Paderborn
This year's Edirom Summer School is co-organized by the Virtual Research Group Edirom (University of Paderborn) and the german eHumanities project DARIAH-DE. The scope of courses (mostly held in german) reaches from introductions to the DARIAH-DE Infrastructure and to Concepts of Digital Music Editions to introductions to the markup standards of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) and the Music Encoding Initiative (MEI), across working with respective software tools for editorial purposes (Edirom Tools), up to courses dealing with more advanced topics in these fields like the rendering of MEI encodings. This year two courses will be especially held in english language (MEI Introduction and Rendering MEI). The Edirom User Forum will provide time to get in touch with music edition projects using the Edirom Tools.
Students can apply for one student bursary provided by the EADH's Small Grants Program (http://eadh.org) to support ESS attendance. Details about application, ESS course program and registration can be found on the ESS-Website: http://ess.uni-paderborn.de. Registration is open until July 31, 2014.
In case of any questions concerning ESS2014, please feel free to contact the organization team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DARIAH-DE is the German part of the EU eHumanities research project Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities. It is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Edirom Summer School 201323th - 27th September 2013, Paderborn
This year's Edirom Summer School provides a programme with one week of courses including several topics around "Digital Text and Music edition". The full programme is available from the Edirom Summer School Website. Registration is open until August 30, 2013.
Annual Meeting of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML)28th July - 2nd August 2013, Vienna
Kristina Richts will present a poster about the implementation of the FRBR module within MEI and Andrew Hankinson will talk about "Using optical music recognition to navigate and retrieve music documents".
The Music Encoding Initiative Conference 2013.
Concepts, Methods, Editions22th - 24th May 2013, Mainz
The conference intends to provide an overview of the current state of data modeling, generation, and use, and aims to introduce new perspectives on topics in the fileds of traditional and computational musicology, music librarianship, and scholarly editing, as well as in broader area of digital humanities. An intensive workshop to introduce basics on MEI will be offered on 21thMay.
More information and registration is available here.
AMS Workshop "Introduction to MEI"31st October 2012, New Orleans
"Introduction to MEI", an intensive, hands-on workshop, will be offered Wednesday, 31 October from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Experts from the Music Encoding Initiative Council will teach the workshop, during which participants will learn about MEI history and design principles, tools for creating, editing, and rendering MEI, and techniques for customizing the MEI schema. The day will include lectures, hands-on practice, and opportunities to address participant-specific issues. There are no fees associated with this workshop and no previous experience with MEI or XML is required; however, an understanding of music notation and other markup schemes, such as HTML and TEI, will be helpful. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop computer for hands-on exercises. The number of participants is limited to 25. Register early at http://tinyurl.com/2012MEIAMS. Registration for the AMS meeting is not required. Please address questions to email@example.com.
MEI presented at ISMIR 201211th October 2012, Porto, Portugal
Laurent Pugin will present a poster called "Separating presentation and content in MEI" at the 2012 International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, 8–12th October in Porto, Portugal. This paper was co-authored by Perry Roland, Andrew Hankinson, Johannes Kepper and Maja Hartwig.
Edirom Summer School 201224th - 28th September 2012, University of Paderborn, Germany
The 3rd Edirom Summer School will offer several workshops on MEI. Maja Hartwig and Kristina Richts will run a two-day workshop on the basics of MEI. Axel Teich Geertinger will give an introduction to working with the MEI header and the metadata editor MerMEId. Johannes Kepper will give a two-day workshop on encoding manuscripts and digital editions based on MEI.
Annual Meeting of the International Association of the Music Libraries Conference, German Branch18th September 2012, University Library Johann Christian Senckenberg, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Maja Hartwig, Johannes Kepper and Kristina Richts will run a 4-hour workshop on MEI in libraries.
Digital Text/Genetic Document. Text Encoding Initiative and Genetic Edition3rd - 7th September 2012, University of Bern
Laurent Pugin will give a presentation entitled "TEI and the Music Encoding Initiative" on September 3rd 2012 at the workshop "Digital Text/Genetic Document. Text Encoding Initiative and Genetic Edition".
MEI Summer Workshop22nd - 24th August 2012, Charlottesville, VA
The University of Virginia Library and the University of Paderborn are offering an opportunity to learn about the Music Encoding Initiative. The workshop offers three days of learning the fundamentals of using MEI for research, teaching, electronic publishing, and management of digital music collections. Participants will learn about MEI history and design principles, tools for creating, editing, and rendering MEI, and techniques for customizing the MEI schema. Each day will include lectures, plenty of hands-on practice, and opportunities to address participant-specific issues. Attendees are encouraged to bring example material that they would like to encode.
There are no fees associated with this workshop, but participants must bear travel, housing, and food costs. To apply, fill out this form before June 1, 2012. The number of participants is limited, so apply early! Successful applicants will be notified of acceptance as soon as possible after June 1.
Please address questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual meeting of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML)22nd - 27th July 2012, Montréal, Canada
Laurent Pugin delivers a lecture entitled "From music metadata catalogues to digital editing in MEI" and Andrew Hankinson presents "SIMSSA: Single Interface for Music Score Searching and Analysis".
Digital Humanities Conference16th – 20th July 2012, University of Hamburg
Benjamin W. Bohl, Daniel Röwenstrunk and Raffaele Viglianti will present a poster about "Supporting the emerging community of MEI: the current landscape of tools for note entry and digital editing" at the Digital Humanities conference 2012 .
19th Congress of the International Musicological Society1
st- 7th July 2012, Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome, Italy
Johannes Kepper and Perry Roland will give a talk on "Scholarly Editing Based on Edirom and the Music Encoding Initiative (MEI) at the meeting of the IMS Study Group on Digital Musicology. Johannes Kepper will also present on the topic "MEI (the Music Encoding Initiative), Digital Editing with MEI, and the Edirom".
2012 RISM Conference4th - 6th June 2012, Academy of Sciences, Mainz
Niels Krabbe and Axel Teich Geertinger presented "MEI (Music Encoding Initiative) as a Basis for Thematic Catalogues: Thoughts, Experiences, and Preliminary Results" at the 2012 RISM conference. Their paper is available at http://www.rism.info/fileadmin/content/community-content/events/RISM_Conference_2012/TeichGeertinger_Final.pdf
MEI Score Editor Released
The first official release of the MEI Score Editor (MEISE) was in May 2012. MEISE is the first music notation editor to support multiple readings of a musical text. For additional information and to download MEISE, visit http://sourceforge.net/p/meise/wiki/Home/
Annual meeting of the Music Library Association15th - 19th February 2012, Dallas, Texas
Perry Roland and Andrew Hankinson will present "Applications of the Music Encoding Initiative" at the Music Library Association's 2012 annual meeting. The focus of Perry's talk will be current software applications and possible future applications (not just software) of MEI. Andrew will demonstrate the Optical Music Recognition for Chant project. Andrew will also be presenting a poster.
MEI presented at ISMIR 201124th - 28th October 2011, Miami, FL
Ichiro Fujinaga will present a paper "The Music Encoding Initiative as a document encoding framework" at the 2011 International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, 24–28 October in Miami, FL. This paper was co-authored by Andrew Hankinson and Perry Roland.
Workshop on "Combining Music Notation and Text - Encoding and Rendering MEI in TEI"12th October 2011, Julius-Maximilians-Universität, Würzburg
During the 2011 Annual Conference and Members' Meeting of the TEI Consortium (10th - 16th October 2011), Johannes Kepper will run a workshop on "Combining Music Notation and Text - Encoding and Rendering MEI in TEI".
Symbols and Their Representation12th October 2011, Academy of Sciences, Mainz
Julian Dabbert delivers a lecture about encoding musical symbols with MEI in the context of the TextGrid project.
Annual meeting of the German Branch of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres13th - 16th September 2011, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Carl von Ossietzky, Hamburg
Maja Hartwig and Kristina Richts will present the DFG-/NEH-project "Digital Music Notation Data Model and Prototype Delivery System" on September 16th 2011 at the 2011 annual meeting of the German Branch of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML).
IAML-Conference25th - 29th July 2011, Trinity College, Dublin
During this year´s IAML conference, MEI will be represented by two posters. Erin Mayhood will illustrate a poster called "Toward Electronic Music Editions", and Maja Hartwig and Kristina Richts will present a poster called "Using MEI in Libraries".
Virtual Meeting of MEI Council18th - 19th July 2011, Musikwissenschaftliches Seminar Detmold / Paderborn
This year´s annual meeting of the MEI council will be virtual conference in mid July. Topics of the meeting include organizational issues as well as the preparation of the next major release of MEI, which is currently scheduled for late summer. At the same time, the so-called Technical Team of MEI, Johannes Kepper, Laurent Pugin, Daniel Röwenstrunk, Perry Roland, Craig Sapp and Raffaele Viglianti, will meet in Detmold to prepare this next release and to coordinate all ongoing developments. They will be supported by Ichiro Fujinaga and Andrew Hankinson from McGill University. [report]
2011 German Library Association Meeting in Berlin7th - 10th June 2011, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Germany
Joachim Veit will give a lecture on "Virtuelle Forschungsumgebungen" on June 8th in Berlin. He will mention MEI as significant initiative for musicologists and librarians.
Annual Meeting of the Society for Music Theory4th - 7th November 2010, Indianapolis, Indiana
Erin Mayhood and Perry Roland will present "Toward Electronic Music Editions: The Music Encoding Initiative" at the 2010 annual meeting of the Society for Music Theory.
Workshop on ODD25th - 27th August 2010, Musikwissenschaftliches Seminar Detmold / Paderborn
The TEI Music SIG has been granted by the TEI to explore the possibility of expressing MEI in ODD. This will allow a closer connection of these two schemes and improve the situation for scholars having to encode mixed content. In late August, Johannes Kepper, Sebastian Rahtz, Daniel Röwenstrunk, Perry Roland and Raffaele Viglianti will meet in Detmold to start working on this conversion.
Digital Humanities Conference7th – 10th July 2010, King's College London
During DH2010 MEI will be represented twice: Raffaele Viglianti will present a poster about "Critical Editing of Music in the Digital Medium: an Experiment in MEI." This will be a demonstration of the experience he made with MEI during his dissertation titled "Digital Editing of Music: A Prototype for Syrinx (La Flûte de Pan) by Claude Debussy", finished 2009.
Additionally, Raffaele Viglianti and Johannes Kepper will present a paper called "A Data Model for Digital Musicology and its Current State – The Music Encoding Initiative", which will introduce the first official release of MEI to a wider audience.
Release of MEI 2010-0531st May 2010
The MEI Council is pleased to announce the first collaboratively-designed method for encoding the intellectual and physical characteristics of music notation documents and their scholarly editorial apparatus. MEI has the ability to manage complex source situations and will dramatically improve the search, retrieval and display of notated music online, benefiting music scholars and performers. Because of MEI’s software independence, the data format defined by the schema also serves an archival function.
Read the full press release.