- music21j / 21M.051 -- I've been translating music21 to the web to support my teaching of MIT's "Fundamentals of Music" -- feel free to register for an account an play around.
- The Other Tournai Kyrie -- A lost piece of medieval music was sitting right under our noses.
- music21 -- what exactly is a "Toolkit for Computational Musicology"? Older article. The latest version at GitHub
- Conference / Journal Convergence -- When top journals begin publishing only articles presented at invited conferences, do less connected scholars lose out?
- When Computers Listen to Music, What do they hear? -- on music21 and other Boston area projects (Boston Globe)
- Musical examples in web pages -- an easier way to do this than before, using cuthbertLab's music21j.
- Advanced dotting -- the mathematics behind that simple feature of musical notation: the dot.
- An early fifteenth century canon -- unraveled from a manuscript of Strasbourg destroyed in the fire of 1870.
- Bach's voice ranges -- a how-to on music visualization.
- Changing Musical Time -- how rhythm and tempo have evolved over the last 1000 years.
- Sexism and Age in Politics -- are older folks more sexist when it comes to electing a president? The data is unconvincing.
- Are bullpens underused? -- solve for x, and call the bullpen earlier.
18 September 2014
A few recent articles and software of interest and some older articles that might have been missed: