We will support and innovate musicological research processes by offering
richer digitisation pipelines, increased-efficiency annotation of music material, and user-friendly ways
to automatically search and analyse musical data and link related resources across modalities and
collections. The audience involved in requirements and validation involves musicologists at GOLD and
surrounding professional networks. Links to contextual study resources will be established with CDR
and through GOLD’s research contacts with the large-scale musical bibliography resource, RILM
(Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale).
Music scholars typically already use various digital resources in various modalities as part of their research workflows. In TROMPA, we will research ways to support and innovate these workflows. Considering state-of-the-art ontologies, we will propose standardised ways of musical object representation, linking and sharing.
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