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Computational musicology courses (Stanford University)

Current collaborations

Projects under active development

Continuing projects

Publications (CCARH)

Beyond MIDI: The Handbook of Musical Codes (The MIT Press, 1997)

Beyond MIDI originated as a project of the Study Group on Musical Data and Computer Applications of the International Musicological Society. At the time the study group was headed by Walter B. Hewlett and Eleanor Selfridge-Field. The systems defined within it were representative of the most active areas within this group. Until 1992 most applications were based on mainframe or minicomputer systems, but the parallel rise of MIDI and personal computers gave much broader scope to the possible avenues by which to pursue musical applications. The use of the internet was still limited in 1997, but this changed rapidly in the next few years.

Website: Beyond MIDI: The Handbook of Musical Codes, ed. Eleanor Selfridge-Field (The MIT Press, 1997).

This digitized copy is used by permission of the publisher.

Computing in Musicology (series)

Computing in Musicology

Volumes 11-15

Topical collections of articles published under the title Computing in Musicology by CCARH and distributed by The MIT Press.

Vol. No. Cover Highlights
No. 11

Melodic Similarity: Concepts, Procedures, and Applications

  • Concepts and Procedures
    • Conceptual and Representational Issues (E. Selfridge-Field)
    • Geometrical Algorithms (D. O'Maidin)
    • String-matching Techniques (T. Crawford et al.)
    • Sequence-based Melodic Comparison (L.A. Smith et al.)
  • Tools and Applications
    • Sorting Strategies (J. Howard)
    • Signatures and Earmarks (D. Cope)
    • Neural Models for Chorale Harmonization (D. Hörnel)
    • Melodic Pattern-Detection (N. Nettheim)
    • Rhythmic Elements of Melodic Practice (M. Yako)
  • Human Melodic Judgments
    • Melodic Similarity in Copyright Infringement (C. Cronin)
    • Human and Machine Authorship Judgments (E. Dahlig et al.)
  • Online Tools for Melodic Search
    • MELDEX (D. Bainbridge)
    • Themefinder (A. Körnstädt)
No. 12

The Virtual Score: Representation, Retrieval, and Restoration

  • Representation and Interchange
  • Retrieval and Analysis
  • Virtual Restoration of Sources
No. 13
Music Query: Methods, Models, and User Studies
  • Automatic Synchronization of Musical Data (V. Arifi et al.)
  • Modeling Rhythmic Motif Structure (T. Weyde)
  • Melody as a Significant Musical Feature (W. Chai)
  • Automatic Motivic Rules (O. Lartillot et al.)
  • A Measure of Cognitive Distance (E. Selfridge-Field)
  • Transportation Distances (F. Wiering et al.)
  • Spontaneous User Behavior in "Vocal" Queries (M. Lesaffre et al.)
No. 14
Music Analysis East and West
  • European Musicology
  • Eurasian Musicology
  • Asian Musicology
No. 15
Tonal Theory for the Digital Age
  • Cyclic-Distance Pattern in Diatonic Sets (O. Izmirli)
  • Tonal Properties of Pitch-class Sets (D. Temeperley)
  • Navigating Tonal Space (P. Janata)
  • Toroidal Models of Tonal Theory (H. Purwins et al.)
  • Automatic Chord Identification (S. Sapp)
  • Assessing Disputed Attributions) P. van Kranenburg)
  • Affinities between Metric and Tonal Structures (A. Volk et al.)
  • Chordal Evaluation in MIDI-based Harmonic Analysis (E. Ferkova et al.)
  • Visualization of Tonal Content in Visual and Audio Domains (P. Toiviainen)