We regret that this workshop has been cancelled. Please contact the organizers (see below) to find out more about their work on Digital Delius.
This workshop is open to anyone conducting or interested in pursuing research in music and musicology, who would like to learn more about using digital techniques. Undergraduates and postgraduates are most welcome.
Book a place by emailing Joanna Bullivant: please see below for details.
What: Digital Delius: Editing, Interpretation, and Cataloguing—workshop
When: 10:00–17:00, Thursday 11 October 2018
Where: Centre for Digital Scholarship, Weston Library (map)
Open to all
Registration is required: please email Joanna Bullivant (email@example.com) by 1 October 2018 with your name, email address, and access and dietary requirements.
How might digital technologies enrich your musicological research in editing, interpretation, and cataloguing, and help you to present your work to others?
We hear increasingly about the importance and possibilities of digital methodologies, but it is not always easy to know how to go about using digital techniques in tandem with more traditional research, or what the benefits of these techniques might be. This workshop uses the ongoing project ‘Digital Delius’ as a case study, showing how a variety of digital techniques and software are being used to cast light on such critical areas of Delius research as sources and variants, editing, interpretation, and cataloguing. The aim is to introduce work in progress and provide a series of guided practical exercises to help participants to gain awareness of skills and methods that can be applied in their own research.
Joanna Bullivant is a musicologist, currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Faculty of Music, University of Oxford. She has created the forthcoming digital catalogue of Delius’s works, and is part of the team creating an interactive digital exhibition on Delius for the British Library as part of their new Discovering Music web space.
David Lewis is a researcher based at the Oxford e-Research Centre and the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. He has recently worked on projects at Goldsmiths, University of London, Universität des Saarlandes and Universiteit Utrecht. He has worked on online resources for instrumental music (Electronic Corpus of Lute Music), music theory (Johannes Tinctoris: Complete Theoretical Works and Thesaurus Musicarum Italicarum) and work catalogues (Delius Catalogue of Works). His current research explores uses of Linked Data to support and extend the exploration and sharing of musical information and research.
To register, please email Joanna Bullivant (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 1 October 2018 with:
- Your name
- Current status/research interests (undergraduate, postgraduate etc)
- Your email address
- Access or dietary requirements