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Why Classical Music Needs Hackathons

The Eliette and Herbert von Karajan Institute and the MIT Music Department are hosting a Classical Music Hackathon in Boston, October 21–23. http://www.classicalmusichackday.org It is widely known that Herbert von Karajan was involved in various music technology innovations, most notably in the development of the Compact Disc (CD). But few people know that he also had...Read More

Listening Faster: How Digital Humanities is Transforming Music Scholarship

MIT Tech TV Computers have altered so many aspects of musician's lives, from digital performance, to electronic composition, to how we acquire and share new music, but only recently have they had the potential to transform how we study and analyze music. Michael Scott Cuthbert (MIT) and Matthias Röder (Harvard) introduce the new world of Digital Musicology by showing the techniques and tools that

2nd Talk of the Digital Musicology Study Group

Dear colleagues, 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. Studying Music Ficta & Early Renaissance Canons with the music21 Toolkit (Michael S. Cuthbert) November 22, 5pm, Davison Room in...Read More