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From Computer-Aided to Automatic Compositions?

Ringvorlesung "CODAMUS - Computational and Digital Approaches to Music Scholarship"
Datum: 15.11.2023, 18:15 - 19:45 Uhr
Kategorie: Ringvorlesung
Ort: Hubland Nord, Geb. 23, 00.001
Veranstalter: Juniorprofessur für Digitale Musikphilologie und Musiktheorie
Vortragende:r: Miriam Akkermann (Technische Universität Dresden)

Am 15. November 2023 um 18:15 Uhr findet im Rahmen der Ringvorlesung "CODAMUS - Computational and Digital Approaches to Music Scholarship" ein Vortrag von Miriam Akkermann zum Thema "From computer-aided to automatic compositions?" im Raum 00.001 im Zentrum für Philologie und Digitalität statt.

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As musicologists continue to explore new ways of analyzing, understanding, and creating music through the use of digital methods and computational models, new questions and avenues for research and scholarship arise. CODAMUS, an initiative of the Junior Professorship for Digital Music Philology and Music Theory at the Julius Maximilian University Würzburg, aims at providing a glimpse into the exciting intersections of music and technology.

In its first installment during the fall term in 2023, CODAMUS hosts 14 distinguished international speakers. The spectrum of their topics is diverse and ranges from the use of computational tools for analyzing musical structures to the impact of artificial intelligence and machine learning on music composition and performance. Among these topics, we will also explore the role of digital editions in music scholarship through which musicologists are now able to access and study historical manuscripts and printed music in innovative ways.

Through these discussions, we hope to provide a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue and thought-provoking conversation between musicologists, computer scientists, and musicians. Our aim is to generate new insights into the state-of-the art music scholarship and spark new ideas for collaboration and innovation. We invite you to join us and take part in this exciting exploration of music and technology.

Weitere Termine

29.11.23: Lara Pearson (Max-Planck-Institut für empirische Ästhetik)
Multimodality in Karnatak music

06.12.23: Tejaswinee Kelkar (University of Oslo)
The embodiment of melodies

13.12.23: Martha E. Thomae Elias (McGill University Montreal)
MIR for early music documents

20.12.23: Elena Minetti (Universität Paderborn)
From analogue to digital in correspondences research

10.01.24: Elsa De Luca (Universidade Nove de Lisboa)
Encoding early music

17.01.24: Stefanie Acquavella-Rauch (Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)
Exploring music creativity

24.01.24: Claire Arthur (Georgia Tech University)
Computational modeling of popmusic structures

31.01.24: Christina Anagnostopoulou (University of Athens)
Pattern recognition in music

07.02.24: Anja Volk (Universiteit Utrecht)
Musical pattern discovery