Wednesday, April 6, 5-7pm
ABSTRACT: Abjad is open-source software designed to help composers build up complex pieces of music notation in an iterative and incremental way. You can use Abjad to create a symbolic representation of all the notes, rests, staves, nested rhythms, beams, slurs and other notational elements in any score. Abjad is a command-line utility implemented in the Python programming language. In this talk composer and Abjad systems architect Trevor Bača will introduce the system and show Abjad at work in score preparation.
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I am pleased to invite you to the next talk in the Digital Musicology Study Group at Harvard. Please forward this announcement to anyone who might be interested. Thank you!
SASHA: Saxophone Audio Search and Heuristic Analysis
Wednesday, March 9, 5-7pm
Davison Room, Music Department
open to everyone
I am delighted to announce the second talk of the Digital Musicology Study Group at Harvard University. I hope that many of you will be able to attend. Please forward this invitation widely.
I am delighted to announce the first talk of the Digital Musicology Study Group at Harvard University. I hope that many of you will be able to attend. Please forward this invitation widely.
Shoehorns in Db: Problems of Database Modeling in Musical Source Studies (Mark Knoll)
October 20, 5pm, Kresge Room (Room 114) in the Barker Center, Harvard University