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First-year computer science students from Utrecht University on a field trip to the medieval cathedral in Utrecht, a strange sight? In the world of Polifonia, these two go very well together!
First-year computer science students from Utrecht University on a field trip to the medieval cathedral…
Polifonia’s TONALITIES develops tools for the modal-tonal identification. Pilot leader Christophe Guillotel-Nothmann explains the ambition of the pilot that evolves around musical pattern extractions on our YouTube channel.
On Polifonia's YouTube channel, we publish a series of videos about the pilots and work packages. This…
#webinar 🇳🇱 : Peter van Kranenburg to introduce Polifonia and ORGANS pilot to Dutch audio-visual heritage professionals
Peter van Kranenburg (Meertens Institute, KNAW), pilot leader of ORGANS and TUNES, is part of the upcoming AVA_Net webinar on connecting music collections.
Peter van Kranenburg (Meertens Institute, KNAW), pilot leader of ORGANS and TUNES, is part of the upcoming…
Polifonia now offers a brand new section on the website where the project’s outputs are collected and displayed.
Polifonia now offers a brand new section on the website where the project’s outputs are collected…
Introducing the Polifonia Corpus: explore music concepts and texts from the Polifonia Project with this new web tool
The latest Polifonia tool opens doors of multilingual textual musical heritage resources. Find out what you can do with this tool and how it was developed.
Università di Bologna (UniBo) launches the long–awaited web application Polifonia Corpus, as part…
🇮🇹 If you’re in #Italy you may see an architectural element that characterize the landscape. What is it?
🔔 #Bell towers! How do they have a very important role in the #culture of the Italian #society?
👇 Click to discover the aim of this #pilot.
Since Sept ‘22, several more stakeholders have joined our #PolifoniaH2020 network. Did you know it? 🤓
We are talking about ☝️: @DigitalMusicObs @MusicIDHub , #LABO XIX&XX, #NIvO and Dr. Vasiliki Sirakouli, Scientific Coord. of @TraMIR_project
Read more: https://polifonia-project.eu/stakeholders/
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N. 101004746