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Musical Musicologies for the Digital Age

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The digital era has begun to revolutionise musicology, both by opening up new avenues for research, and by reforming the methods of more traditional modes of enquiry. In this talk, I introduce some promising sub-disciplines of “Digital Musicology”, discussing the benefits they bring, but also highlighting where caution is needed to preserve musical validity and usefulness – that is, to make sure these digital musicologies remain “musical”. The talk draws on examples from my own research output, and focusses primarily on the analysis and manipulation of scores.

This talk is part of the Data Intensive Science Seminar Series series.

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