Eleanor Selfridge-Field: Articles

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Articles through 2008 (or later if open access is lacking)

1 Digital Musicology

"Cognition, early polyphony, and interdisciplinary music studies," Journal of interdiciplinary musicology, 8/1 (2017), 5-10. Read it here.

"Il Maeftro di Mufica or Quality Control in the Virtual Library", Fontes Artis Musicae 62/2 (April-June 2015), 62-77.

"Hybrid Critical Editions of Opera: Motives, Milestones, and Quandaries," Notes 72/1, (2015), 9-22.

"Does Musical Notation have a Cultural Centre?", keynote address, TENOR 2015. Paris: Maison de la Recerche (Sorbonne), 28-30 May 2015.

"Evolving Uses of Encoded Music", keynote address, Music Encoding Conference, Università degli Studi, Florence, 15-18 May 2015.

"Applications of Encoded Musical Data" Browsing Beethoven's Harmonic Usage" with Craig Sapp in Die Tonkunst 5/3 (Juli 2011), 301-304.

“Symbolic Musical Data", tutorial with Craig Stuart Sapp. Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Music Information Retrieval, Philadelphia, 2008.

“Digital Philology, Performing Medium, and Graphical Idiom,” Digitale Edition zwischen Experiment und Standardisierung, ed. Peter Stadler and Joachim Veit (Tübingen: Niemeyer, 2009) pp. 111-128. From the conference held in Paderborn (DE): Heinz Nixdorf Museum, 6-8 Dec. 2007.

“Algorithms for Music Information Retrieval: The Hausdorff Metric and Geometric Hashing]”, lead author Christian André Romming, ISMIR 2007. pdf

“Social Dimensions of Melodic Identity, Cognition, and Association,” Musicae Scientiae: European Journal for the Sciences of Music (2007), 77-97.

“Social Cognition and Melodic Persistence: Where Metadata and Content Diverge,” ISMIR2006 (Victoria, BC) Proceedings, ed. Roger Dannenberg and Kjell Lemstrom. pdf

“Towards a Measure of Cognitive Distance in Melodic Similarity,” Music Query: Methods, Models, and User Studies (Computing in Musicology, 13 [2004]), 93-112.

“Search Effectiveness Measures for Symbolic Music Queries in Very Large Databases,” [with Craig Stuart Sapp and Yi-Wen Liu], ISMIR2004: Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Music Information Retrieval. pdf

“Is Implicit Information Retrievable in Music Queries?”, invited talk, Dagstuhl (DE) Seminar No. 04021. 8 January 2004.

“The Temperament, Scale, and Mode of Koto Music” [with Sachiko Deguchi and Katsuhiko Shirai] in Music and Globalization (in Japanese) (Tokyo, 2004), 434-48.

“Base-40 Arithmetic: Implications for Notation-Based Applications,” invited talk, WEDEL 2003/Interactive Music Network, Leeds University (UK), 11-14 September 2003.

“Composition, Combinatorics, and Simulation: A Historical and Philosophical Enquiry” in David Cope (ed.), Virtual Music: Computer Synthesis of Musical Style (Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2001), pp. 187-220.

“The Electronic Dissemination of Notated Music: An Overview” [with Don Anthony and Charles Cronin], The Virtual Score (Computing in Musicology, 12, 2001), 135-166. Description

“Data Models for Virtual Distribution of Musical Scores” (with Walter B. Hewlett and Craig Stuart Sapp), First International Congress on Web Delivery of Music (Florence, 2001), (Los Alamos, NM: IEEE Computer Society), 62-70.

“Domain Relationships in Man-Machine Interactions in Music” in Machines and History: Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of the German Association for Semiotic Studies (Dresden, 3-6 October 1999), p. 71.

“Conceptual and Representational Issues in Melodic Comparison” in Melodic Similarity, (Computing in Musicology, 11, 1998), 3-64.

“Experiments with Melody and Meter, or The Effects of Music: The Edison-Bingham Music Research,” The Musical Quarterly 81/2 (1997), 291-310.

2 Italian Culture, Music, and History

"Venetian Instrumental Music in the Sixteenth Century" in Companion to Music in Sixteenth-Century Venice, ed. Katelijne Schiltz (Turnhout: Brill, 2017), pp. 415-439.

"From Vivaldi to Gluck: One the road with Anna Girò" in Gluck and the map of eighteenth-century music, ed. Brian Locke and Bruce Brown. Forthcoming.

"Schulenburg, Corfù, and the dating of Juditha triumphans" in Fulgeat sul frontis decorae: Studi in onore di Michael Talbot, ed. A. Borin and J.M. Cameron («Studi vivaldiani» 1), Venice: Fondazione Giorgio Cini, 2016), 207-221.

"La famiglia materna di Antonio Vivaldi" ["Vivaldi's Maternal Lineage" ], with Margherita Gianola, in Studi vivaldiani No. 15 (Florence: Editore SPES, 2015), 13-53. A long summary in English starts at p. 49.

Review of Federico Maria Sardelli's Catalogo delle concordanze musicali vivaldiane, Florence: Leo S. Olschki, 2012 («Studi di Musica veneta. Quaderni vivaldiani», 16), vol. cxlvii, in Il Saggiotre musicale XXI (2014), 313-318.

Review of Peter Ryom's Antonio Vivaldi: Thematisch-Systematisches Verzeichnis zeiner Werke (RV), Breitkopf & Härtel, 2007, in Notes 65/2 (Dec. 2008). Text.

“Musical Commerce and the Fiera della Sensa, 1720-1760,” Venezia mercato delle arti, Ducal Palace, Venice, 11 October 2008 (Venezia mercato delle arti, org. Barbara Marx). Proceedings unpublished.

“Ritual, Liturgy, and the Venetian Theatrical Calendar,” L’Opéra italien en Europe à l’époque de Haendel: Transmission, circulation et reception d’un genre international, ed. D. Colas, A. Di Profio, G. Gétreau, and P. Petrobelli (Tours: CNRS 2008), pp. 15-27.

“Scuole della musica a Venezia da 1500 al 1797,” Recercare<i>, 2007 [posthumous completion, with Loris Stella, of work of Gastone Vio].

“From Carnival Opera to Lenten Opera: The Politics of Theatrical Time,” <i>Passages: Congress of the International Musicological Society, Zurich, 10-15 July 2007.

“Dating Venetian Operas: Implications and Quandaries for Vivaldi Studies” in Antonio Vivaldi: Passato e futuro, ed. F. Fanna and M. Talbot (Venice, 2008). Download here.

“Night and Theatrical Time in Early Modern Venice,” Renaissance Society of America, Miami, 22-25 March 2007.

“The Invention of the Fortepiano as Intellectual History,” <i>Early Music 29 (2005), 81-94.

“Dramaturgical Hours: How Lunar and Solar Cycles influenced the Length and Character of Venetian Operas,” Twelfth Biannual Baroque Studies Conference, Manchester (UK), July 14-18, 2004.

“Francesco Maria Piccioli-Carlo Pallavicino, Messalina," facs. edn. (Drammaturgia musicale veneta, viii), Milan: Ricordi, 2003; introductory essay, pp. ix-lxxiv.

“La Guerra dei Comici: Mantuan Comedy and Venetian Opera in c. 1700,” Recercare, X (1998, In memoriam Nino Pirrotta), 209-248.

“His, Hers, Theirs: Wedding Pageants, Wedding Operas, and the Musical Politics of Match-Making,” American Musicological Society, UCLA, 28 April 2001.

“Rites of Autumn, Winter, and Spring: Decoding the Calendar of Venetian Opera,” Ninth Biennial Conference on Baroque Music, Trinity College Dublin, 13 July 2000.

“Horse Ballets in Baroque Italy,” Berkeley Early Music Festival, 7 June 2000.

“Celebrations of Power: The Performing Arts in Baroque Venice.” National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC (1995) and other venues.

“Expanding Violin Technique in Vivaldi's Time,” lecture-demo with Stanley Ritchie (Baroque violin), Boston Handel and Haydn Society, 2000.

“La guerra de' comici: Mantuan Comedy and Venetian Opera in c.1700,” Recercare X (1998), 209-248.

“Rovetta's Music for Holy Week,” La Basilica di San Marco nell'età moderna, ed. Francesco Passadore e Franco Rossi (talk, 1994; book, Venice: Fondazione Levi, 1998), pp. 401-441. Draft version of article. Score for mass.

“Venetian Opera, French Criticism, and English Travels: The Case of Le Mercure de France and Joseph Addison,” Revue de musicologie, 83/2 (1997), pp. 185-201. Draft.

“Venice: Musical Expression in an Era of Political Decline” in Music and Man (gen. ed. Stanley Sadie), 4: The Late Baroque Era from the 1680s to 1740, ed. George J. Buelow (London: Macmillan, 1993), pp. 66-93.

“Genre and Instrumentation in Italian Music, 1600-1670,” Early Music, XIX/1 (1991), pp. 61-7.

“The Baroque Era: Introduction” in Performance Practice (The New Grove Handbooks in Music), II: Music after 1600, ed. Howard Mayer Brown and Stanley Sadie, 2 vols. (London: The Macmillan Press and New York: W.W. Norton & Co., Ltd., 1989), II, pp. 3-19.

“Is Implicit Information Retrievable in Music Queries?”, Invited talk, Dagstuhl (DE) Seminar No. 04021. 8 January 2004.

“The Temperament, Scale, and Mode of Koto Music” [with Sachiko Deguchi and Katsuhiko Shirai] in Music and Globalization [in Japanese] (Tokyo, 2004), 434-48.

“Base-40 Arithmetic: Implications for Notation-Based Applications,” Invited talk, WEDEL 2003/Interactive Music Network. Leeds University (UK). 11-14 September 2003.

“Composition, Combinatorics, and Simulation: A Historical and Philosophical Enquiry” in David Cope (ed.), Virtual Music: Computer Synthesis of Musical Style (Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2001), pp. 187-220.

“The Electronic Dissemination of Notated Music: An Overview” [with Don Anthony and Charles Cronin], The Virtual Score (Computing in Musicology, 12, 2001), 135-166. See http://www.ccarh.org/publications/books/cm/vol/12/10/

“Data Models for Virtual Distribution of Musical Scores” (with Walter B. Hewlett and Craig Stuart Sapp), First International Congress on Web Delivery of Music ( Florence , 2001), (Los Alamos, NM: IEEE Computer Society), 62-70.

“Domain Relationships in Man-Machine Interactions in Music” in Machines and History: Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of the German Association for Semiotic Studies (Dresden, 3-6 October 1999).

“Conceptual and Representational Issues in Melodic Comparison” in Melodic Similarity, (Computing in Musicology, 11, 1998), 3-64.

“Experiments with Melody and Meter, or The Effects of Music: The Edison-Bingham Music Research,” The Musical Quarterly 81/2 (1997), 291-310.

3 Music Theory, Cognition, and Technology

Co-chair, Symposium on “Knowledge Representation for Intelligent Music Processing,” Leibniz Center for Informatics, Schloss Dagstuhl (near Wadern, DE), 25-30 January 2009. See The Dagstuhl Core. Coverage in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (1 March 2009).

“Symbolic Musical Data: Tutorial (with Craig Stuart Sapp). Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Music Information Retrieval, Philadelphia, 2008. Talk. Handout.

“Digital Philology, Performing Medium, and Graphical Idiom,” Digitale Edition zwischen Experiment und Standardisierung" Musik Codierung, ed. P. Stadler and J. Veit (Behefte zu Editio, 31) De Gruyter, 2009.

“Algorithms for Music Information Retrieval: The Hausdorff Metric and Geometric Hashing” [lead author: Christian André Romming], ISMIR 2007. Available here.

“Social Dimensions of Melodic Identity, Cognition, and Association,” Musicae Scientiae: European Journal for the Sciences of Music (2007), 77-97.

“Social Cognition and Melodic Persistence: Where Metadata and Content Diverge,” ISMIR2006 (Victoria , BC) Proceedings, ed. R. Dannenberg and K. Lemstrom. Available here.

“Towards a Measure of Cognitive Distance in Melodic Similarity,” Music Query: Methods, Models, and User Studies (Computing in Musicology, 13 [2004]), 93-112.

“Search Effectiveness Measures for Symbolic Music Queries in Very Large Databases,” [with Craig Stuart Sapp and Yi-Wen Liu], ISMIR2004: Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Music Information Retrieval Available here.

4 Copyright Talks and Sessions

"Substantial Musical Similarity in Sound and Notation: A View from Digital Musicology", forthcoming in the Colorado Law Review as part of the Symposium "Blurred v. Bright: The Changing Analysis of Copyright Infringement in Music", Colorado Law/Silicon Flatirons 3rd Annual Content Conference, University of Colorado Law School, March 23, 2017.

"Copyright in a Changing Digital Landscape", chair, Symposium of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives, and Documentation Centres IIAML) and the International Musicological Society (IMS), New York: The Juilliard School, 25 June 2015. With Derek Miller, Eric Harbeson, Nicholas Tsui, Robert Clarida, Richard Chesser, and Federica Riva.

“Copyright Issues in Scholarly Editions of Music,” American Musicological Society, Washington, DC, 26-29 October 2005.

Organizer and Chair, “Musical Data as Intellectual Property” [panel], ISMIR2004, Barcelona (ES). Participants: Charles Cronin, Enric Enrich, Masataka Goto. October 13, 2004.

“Fixed Form, Fluid Content: Musical Data as Intellectual Property,” Invited talk, Conference on Virtual Scores, Kernochan Center for Law and the Arts, Law School, Columbia University, 5 May 2003.

“Music Copyright, Music Technology, and Music Archiving: Issues and Interpretations,” Fourth Conference on Digital Resources in the Humanities. King’s College, London, September 14, 1999.

“Copyright and Fair Use in Electronic Scholarship,” Joint Annual Meeting, Society for Music Theory and the American Musicological Society, New York , NY, November 1, 1995.