28-30 March 2023, Newcastle
Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Proposals for 20-minute papers are invited for a conference on the future of the scholarly critical edition in the digital age. The conference will be part of an AHRC-funded network grant, 'Digital directions for collected editions: keyboard music by British musicians before c.1700', led by David J. Smith and Frauke Jürgensen.
The main focus for the symposium is to consider what a new infrastructure for collected editions of music might look like in the digital age. Such issues are limited to keyboard music, so discussion will not be restricted in terms of genre; the AHRC project involves the boards of Musica Britannica, Early English Church Music and The Purcell Society Edition as well as the music publisher, Stainer & Bell.
We invite reflections from editors, musicologists, music technologists and computer scientists on their experiences of what has worked well in past digital editing projects and what has not, as well as a vision for the future of music editing in the digital domain. The following is indicative of areas that might be covered, but is not intended in any way to be prescriptive or restrictive:
Abstracts of no more than 250 words should be sent by email by 27 January 2023; notifications concerning acceptance will be sent no later than 10 February. It may be possible to cover some travel and accommodation costs; priority will be given to independent scholars and ECRs.
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