Prague Digital Musicology Workshops 2021, Session III: State-of-the-Art Modern Digital Editions
You can register here for the third virtual workshop of the Prague Digital Humanities workshop series, organized this time by the Bohuslav Martinů institute, in collaboration with the Old Myths New Facts project.
The possibility of digital editions of musical sources has been discussed in musicology for two decades. As the editor of the Martinů Complete Edition, the Martinů Institute has always been extremely interested in the latest developments in this field. That is why we take the opportunity to let two leading experts in this field have their say and discuss the fascinating topic and the future of digital music editions with them.
The workshop has the following schedule (all times CEST):
September 23rd (Thursday):
2:15 - 3:00 PM: [Introduction part 1] Concepts and Types of Digital Music Editions (Andreas Münzmay, Uni Paderborn)
3:15 - 4:00 PM: [Introduction part 2] Music Encoding. Options and Use Cases (Norbert Dubowy, Digital Mozart Edition, Managing Editor, Mozarteum Salzburg)
4:00 - 5:00 PM: Break
5:00 - 6:00 PM: Discussion -- Perspectives of Digital Music Editions (Andreas Münzmay, Norbert Dubowy)
September 24th (Friday):
10:15 AM -- 12:00 AM (w/ break): A Closer Look at the Digital Interactive Mozart Edition (Norbert Dubowy)
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