If Richard Wagner were to have known before he died that some scientists in the future would create a psychometric tool to measure the "Wagnerism" in a given individual, would he be flattered or appalled?
Expanding our exploration of how to represent tablature notation from looking at just historical lute music to include popular music for the guitar family is important. Richard looks at some of the changes we’re making to support more tablature notations.
The Transforming Musicology project carried out a preliminary investigation of the viability of supercomputing for the various tools being used within the project. This blog post summarises what we found.
As part of the Transforming Musicology project, we have tried to examine not just the academic and the technological aspects of musicological research, but also the way in which such work is carried out. This blog outlines what some of our observations.
'The process of learning Latin was extremely rewarding. Within the context of the Theology and Religion course, studying a language is important so that you can read important religious documents in their original language.'