Computational Musicology For Python Programmers: An interview about analyzing musical structure, history, and evolution in Python using music21

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Computational Musicology For Python Programmers: An interview about analyzing musical structure, history, and evolution in Python using music21

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Music is a part of every culture around the world and throughout history. Musicology is the study of that music from a structural and sociological perspective. Traditionally this research has been done in a manual and painstaking manner, but the advent of the computer age has enabled an increase of many orders of magnitude in the scope and scale of analysis that we can perform. The music21 project is a Python library for computer aided musicology that is written and used by MIT professor Michael Scott Cuthbert. In this episode he explains how the project was started, how he is using it personally, professionally, and in his lectures, as well as how you can use it for your own exploration of musical analysis.
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