Institute for Documentology and Scholarly Editing

a catalog of

Digital Scholarly Editions

general subject area: music (history of music)

B - C - F - M - S - T - V - W

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Beethoven-Haus Bonn - Digitales Archiv

Hg. vom Beethoven-Haus Bonn, 2004-. Das Digitale Archiv erschließt die Sammlungen des Beethoven-Hauses, vor allem Musikhandschriften, Erstausgaben, Briefe und Bilder. Ende 2011 enthielt es über 6.100 Dokumenten auf 37.300 hochwertigen Farbscans, 1.600 Audiodateien (Musikbeispiele und Hörbriefe) und 7.600 Textdateien. Porträts und topographische Darstellungen kontextualisieren die Dokumente. Eine hochaufgelöste Bildqualität aller digitalen Dokumente sowie Einspielungen aller Werke in voller Länge stehen im Intranet des Beethoven-Hauses zur Verfügung.

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Online Chopin Variorum Edition (OCVE). 2003-2004 (OCVE1) bzw. 2005-2008 (OCVE2)

Directed by John Rink, London / Cambridge, King's College London and University of Cambridge, 2010-. Projekt zur Edition der wichtigsten handschriftlichen Entwürfe und frühen Druckausgaben zu den "Werken" Chopins. Verfügbar waren zuletzt nur zwei kleinere Stücke (als annotierte Faksimiles), diese aber in bis zu 13 Versionen.

Corpus Rhythmorum Musicum (saec. IV-IX) - I

Digital edition coordinated by Francesco Stella, musical edition by Sam Berrett, Siena, Università degli studi di Siena ad Arezzo, 2009. "A digital and printed edition of rhythmical Latin poems from the 4th to 9th century set to music. A project of the University of Siena in Arezzo coordinated by Francesco Stella with critical editions of the texts [...]. Musical edition by Samuel Barrett (University of Cambridge). An introduction to the manuscripts by Patrizia Stoppacci. Musical recordings by Giacomo Baroffio and the choir «Laus cordis» dir. by Eun Ju Kim. This first volume and CD-ROM presents a collection of poems and music as transmitted in non-liturgical manuscripts: contents include the Planctus for the death of Charlemagne and of Duke Henry of Friaul, the lament after the battle of Fontenoy, the hymns of the Modena watchers, the Christmas song Gratuletur omnis caro, songs about the Last Judgement and the Antichrist, and lyrics of confession or biblical narration by Carolingian poets such as Paulinus of Aquileia and Gottschalk of Orbais, all of which is presented for the first time in both a textual and musical edition. The CD-ROM also includes digital reproductions of and transcriptions from all manuscripts, recordings of musical performances of modern transcriptions, and archives of paleographical, musical, linguistical and metrical data that may be searched using software designed by Luigi Tessarolo." [from resource]

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The Fleischmann Diaries

Ed. by Róisín O'Brien, Cork: Cork Open Research Archive 2013. "'Digitising the Diaries of Aloys Fleischmann: a prototype for novices' is a thesis project undertaken by Róisín O’Brien, with the collaboration of the Fleischmann family and under the guidance of practitioners, as part of a Masters in Digital Arts and Humanities at University College Cork (UCC), Ireland. The project involved the digitisation of the 1926 and 1927 diaries of the late German-born Irish composer, Aloys Fleischmann (1910 – 1992). In addition to digital preservation, the aim of the Fleischmann Diaries project was to create a freely available digitisation prototype for scholars and non-practitioners, providing them with a reproducible model. The project focused on digital photography and the online publication of the digitised archive. Future expansion will consist of metadata development, which will transform the site into an enhanced scholarly resource. A supporting dissertation, documenting the technical process and establishing a theoretical basis, is published on the dissertation page of the site." [from resource]

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Mozart-Libretti - Online-Edition

Project lead by Ulrich Leisinger and Iacopo Cividini. Salzburg: Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg, 2006ff. "Die Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg bietet mit Mozart-Libretti – Online-Edition eine digitale Ausgabe der Textquellen zu den Vertonungen von Wolfgang Amadé Mozart nach wissenschaftlichen Kriterien. Die Ausgabe erscheint im Rahmen der Digitalen Mozart-Edition, die derzeit an der Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Packard Humanities Institute in Los Altos/California erarbeitet wird." [from resource]

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Songs of the Victorians

Designed and developed by Joanna Swafford, Charlottesville (VA): University of Virginia, 2012. "Songs of the Victorians [are] an archive of parlor and art song settings of Victorian poems, and also a scholarly tool to facilitate interdisciplinary music and poetry scholarship. ... [as of 2014]it contains four songs. [...] The archival portion of this site includes high-resolution images of the first edition printings of each song integrated with an audio file so that each measure is highlighted in time with the music. The scholarly component for each work includes an article-length analysis of the song's interpretation of the poem. Whenever this analysis references a specific section of the piece, the reader can click the speaker symbol [...] to view the score and hear the audio for this excerpt, again with the measures highlighted in time with the music." [from resource]

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Thesaurus musicarum italicarum (TMI)

Ed. by Frans Wiering et al., Utrecht, Institute of Information and Computing Sciences, 1997-2005 [Online version 2000-2005]. "TmiWeb is the online version of Thesaurus musicarum italicarum, an electronic corpus of Italian music treatises from the Renaissance and early Baroque. [...] Nearly 30 works are online on TmiWeb in a full-text, searchable multimedial edition. [...] TmiWeb employs the DynaWeb 4.3 SGML/XML publication environment. [...] Treatises [...] have also been published on CD-ROM. In addition to the editions, these contain complete digital facsimiles of the sources, and the editions with additional presentation and search facilities." [from resource]

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Victorians, Songs of the

cf. Songs of the Victorians

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recommended

Carl-Maria-von-Weber-Gesamtausgabe (WeGA) [Digitale Präsentation]

Unter der Leitung von Joachim Veit, Detmold, Musikwissenschaftliches Seminar der Hochschule für Musik, 2011- "Die WeGA [... hat das] Ziel, bis zum 200. Todestag Webers im Jahr 2026 seine sämtlichen Kompositionen, Briefe, Tagebücher und Schriften in einer wissenschaftlich-kritischen Gesamtausgabe vorzulegen. [...] Alle Textteile (d.h. ausschließlich der Notentexte) werden zunächst [...] als Digitale Edition publiziert."
Diese umfasst seit 2011 ein erstes größeres Textkorpus der Edition der Briefe, Tagebücher, Schriften und Dokumente Webers.

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