MEC 2019

Program

Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Institute of Musicology
Seminarraum 2
09:00 - 13:00
Let’s Formalize Music Notation for OMR - Part I
Zaragoza, Jorge Calvo; Hajič Jr., Jan; Pacha, Alexander
fully booked
Seminarraum 1
09:00 - 13:00
Tutorial on Linked Data and Music Encodings - Part I
Weigl, David M.; Muennich, Stefan; Pugin, Laurent; Lewis, David; Crawford, Tim
fully booked
Library
09:00 - 13:00
A Showcase of New MEI Tools
Waloschek, Simon; Berndt, Axel; Hadjakos, Aristotelis; Pacha, Alexander
fully booked
Seminarraum 2
14:00 - 18:00
Let’s Formalize Music Notation for OMR - Part II
Zaragoza, Jorge Calvo; Hajič Jr., Jan; Pacha, Alexander
fully booked
Seminarraum 1
14:00 - 18:00
Tutorial on Linked Data and Music Encodings - Part II
Weigl, David M.; Muennich, Stefan; Pugin, Laurent; Lewis, David; Crawford, Tim
fully booked
Library
14:00 - 18:00
The Quotable Musical Text in a Digital Age: Modeling Complexity in the Renaissance and Today
Freedman, Richard; Viglianti, Raffaele; Fiala, David; Besson, Vincent
Pausenraum
14:00 - 18:00
Verovio Humdrum Viewer and its applications
Sapp, Craig Stuart; Konik, Marcin; Iwaszko, Jacek
fully booked
16:00 - 18:00
Guided tour: Austrian National Library (State Hall and Music Collections)
Meeting point: Michaelerplatz, main entrance to the Hofburg.
fully booked
Festsaal, Austrian Academy of Sciences
19:00
Conference opening, followed by reception
Opening keynote
Encoding and its Logics - On the relationship between XML Encoding and Others
Georg Vogeler

Thursday, 30 May 2019

Hörsaal 1, Institute of Musicology
09:00 - 10:30
Paper Session 1: Connected Collections
Session chair: Raffaele Viglianti
Viennese Ballets: Connecting Music-Image-Dance
Grund, Vera; Drewes, Henner
Enabling Music Search and Analysis: A Database for Symbolic Music Files
Ju, Yaolong; Pedro, Gustavo Polins; McKay, Cory; Hopkins, Emily Ann; Cumming, Julie; Fujinaga, Ichiro
Towards Richer Online Music Public-domain Archives: Providing enriched access to classical music encodings
Weigl, David M.; Liem, Cynthia; Gómez, Emilia; Crawford, Tim; Ahmed, Ryaan; Klerkx, Wim; Goebl, Werner
11:00 - 12:30
Paper Session 2: Encoding in Practice: Motivations and Requirements
Session chair: Klaus Rettinghaus
The León Antiphoner: MEI and Manual Encoding
Maessen, Geert
A Digital Encoding and Notation Analysis Framework for Indian Music
Roy, Indranil
Perspectives in Voice Leading: Extending the General Chord Type and Directional Interval Class Representations
Giannos, Konstantinos; Cambouropoulos, Emilios; Kaliakatsos-Papakostas, Maximos
14:00 - 15:00
Paper Session 3: Advancing MEI
Session chair: Agnes Seipelt
Cantus Ultimus' MEI Neume Module and its Interoperability Across Chant Notations
De Luca, Elsa; Bain, Jennifer; Behrendt, Inga; Fujinaga, Ichiro; Helsen, Kate; Ignesti, Alessandra; Lacoste, Debra; Long, Sarah Ann
Hundreds of Thousands of Pieces in MEI: Encoding Tablatures at Scale
de Valk, Reinier; Ahmed, Ryaan; Crawford, Tim; Lewis, David
15:30 - 17:00
Poster Session
Verovio in Geschichte, Gegenwart … und Zukunft
Pugin, Laurent
Creating, transforming and representing data at Baumann-Digital and Joachim-Raff-Archiv
Ried, Dennis
The Baudelaire Song Project: Database and Digital Analysis
Rolland, Nina; Abbott, Helen
Digital Edition and Harmonic Analysis Tool of Bruckner’s Studybook
Gulewycz, Paul; Provaznik, Peter; Seipelt, Agnes
Catalogs of works as part of multimedia composer platforms - using the example of Anton Bruckner
Gubsch, Clemens
MEI based tools for score comparison and analysis
Cox, Susanne; Sänger, Richard
Chord-Class Detection and Tonal-Key Determination for Analyses of Folk, Classical (Art) or Popular-Music Songs in MIDI Format
Ferkova, Eva; Urbancova, Hana; Adamova, Silvia; Sukola, Michal
The Diff Concept of the Digital Interactive Mozart Edition
Sapov, Oleksii
Abstract Representation of Music: A Framework for Interoperable Research Tools
Harley, Nicholas; Wiggins, Geraint
Encoding the Troubadours
Chapman, Katie Elizabeth
Humdrum encodings of Polish Music
Iwaszko, Jacek Jarosław
Modelling FRBR:ized work relations in the context of a hybrid edition using MEI
Bohl, Benjamin W.
Perspectives in Voice Leading: Extending the General Chord Type and Directional Interval Class Representations
Giannos, Konstantinos; Cambouropoulos, Emilios; Kaliakatsos-Papakostas, Maximos
Statistical Explorations of Harmony, Cadences, and Form in the Annotated Mozart Dataset
Neuwirth, Markus; Rohrmeier, Martin
The effects of translation between symbolic music formats: A case study with Humdrum, Lilypond, MEI, and MusicXML
Napoles Lopez, Nestor; Vigliensoni, Gabriel; Fujinaga, Ichiro
17:30
Presentation of the Digital Mozart Edition (DME) and projects of the Digital Musicology working group of the Academy of Sciences, bread and wine

Friday, 31 May 2019

Hörsaal 1, Institute of Musicology
09:00 - 10:00
Panel
Cultivating MEI: Recent and Future Developments
10:00 - 11:00
Paper Session 4: Composition and Performance
Session chair: Tim Crawford
Score and Performance Features for Rendering Expressive Music Performances
Jeong, Dasaem; Kwon, Taegyun; Kim, Yoojin; Nam, Juhan
The Dialect Elements in Chinese Contemporary Music Practice: A Visualization Analysis of the Composition, Performance and Hearing of the Chinese Piano Work Lan Huahua
Li, Xiaonuo
11:30 - 12:30
Paper Session 5: Encoded Collections Supporting Scholarly Needs
Session chair: Kevin Page
Application of Music-Encoding Technologies to Guatemalan Choirbooks, Facilitating Preservation and Musicological Studies of the Colonial Repertoire
Thomae, Martha E.; Cumming, Julie E.; Fujinaga, Ichiro
On the thin line between enriching metadata and keeping usability
Rettinghaus, Klaus
13:30 - 15:00
Paper Session 6: Optical Music Recognition Workflows
Session chair: Andrew Hankinson
From image to encoding: Full optical music recognition of Medieval and Renaissance music
Vigliensoni, Gabriel; Daigle, Alex; Liu, Eric; Calvo-Zaragoza, Jorge; Regimbal, Juliette; Nguyen, Minh Anh; Baxter...
Neon2: A Verovio-based square-notation editor
Regimbal, Juliette; McLennan, Zoé; Vigliensoni, Gabriel; Tran, Andrew; Fujinaga, Ichiro
On the Impact of the Music Encoding for Optical Music Recognition
Alfaro-Contreras, María; Calvo-Zaragoza, Jorge; Iñesta, Jose M.; Rizo, David
15:30 - 17:00
Closing Keynote
The potential of note-level encodings for interdisciplinary research on human engagement with music
Johanna Devaney
18:30
Bus transfer to the conference dinner in Grinzing
Grinzing
19:00 - 23:00
Conference dinner, invitation by the City of Vienna to the "Heuriger" s'Pfiff

Saturday, 1 June 2019

Hörsaal 2, Institute of Musicology
09:00 - 10:00
MEI Board Meeting
Hörsaal 1, Institute of Musicology
10:00 - 12:00
Community Meeting
12:00 - 17:00
Special Interest Groups (SIG) meetings
Topics will be, among others, mensural and neume notation as well as metadata and cataloging. Separate rooms will be available.
13:00 - 16:00
Transkribus Workshop
For additional information please visit the Transkribus website.

Sunday, 2 June 2019

Hörsaal 2, Institute of Musicology
10:00 - 12:00
SIMSSA Workshop
Open to anyone interested in the SIMSSA project.