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 ===== Module Basics: Sheet Music Analysis with music21 ===== ===== Module Basics: Sheet Music Analysis with music21 =====
  
-  * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21.html|html]] version+  * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21.html|html]] preview
-  * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.html|html]] version+  * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.html|html]] preview
-  * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part2_Statistics.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part2_Statistics]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part2_Statistics.html|html]] version)+  * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part2_Statistics.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part2_Statistics]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part2_Statistics.html|html]] preview)
  
 This page provides basic information for the module //Basics Sheet Music Analysis with music 21//. Various examples introduces into working with //music21// and //Jupyter Notebooks//, visualizing of music scores and statistical queries.  This page provides basic information for the module //Basics Sheet Music Analysis with music 21//. Various examples introduces into working with //music21// and //Jupyter Notebooks//, visualizing of music scores and statistical queries. 
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-  * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21.html|html]] version)+  * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Introduction_music21.html|html]] preview)
  
 | //A quick and uncomplicated introduction to the possibilities of computer-aided music analysis with //music21// is offered by the [[en:Interaktive Musikanalyse| Interactive Music Analysis]]. Here you can get to know the various statistical queries by selecting options, without having to get involved in the command syntax of //music21// and how the //Jupyter notebooks// work. (The installation of //Anaconda// or //Miniconda// as well as [[installation#musescore|MuseScore]].)is required).//| | //A quick and uncomplicated introduction to the possibilities of computer-aided music analysis with //music21// is offered by the [[en:Interaktive Musikanalyse| Interactive Music Analysis]]. Here you can get to know the various statistical queries by selecting options, without having to get involved in the command syntax of //music21// and how the //Jupyter notebooks// work. (The installation of //Anaconda// or //Miniconda// as well as [[installation#musescore|MuseScore]].)is required).//|
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 Following the Basics module, you can turn to the tutorials in the [[en:advanced1|Advanced Notes]] module: Following the Basics module, you can turn to the tutorials in the [[en:advanced1|Advanced Notes]] module:
  
-   * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part1_Josquin.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part1_Josquin]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part1_Josquin.html|html]] version+   * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part1_Josquin.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part1_Josquin]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part1_Josquin.html|html]] preview
-   * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part2_Beethoven.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part2_Beethoven]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part2_Beethoven.html|html]] version)+   * Tutorial [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part2_Beethoven.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part2_Beethoven]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Advanced_Part2_Beethoven.html|html]] preview)
  
  
 ==== Tutorial 1: Visalisation of sheet music ==== ==== Tutorial 1: Visalisation of sheet music ====
  
-[[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.html|html]] version+[[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.html|html]] preview)
  
 Usually, music notation on which musical analysis is usually based on are playing instructions for the musicians. This is called //prescriptive// notation. In contrast, musical structures which are to be described in the analysis - and as far as possible as they are sounded. Usually, music notation on which musical analysis is usually based on are playing instructions for the musicians. This is called //prescriptive// notation. In contrast, musical structures which are to be described in the analysis - and as far as possible as they are sounded.
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-| **Note**: You can display piano rolls very clearly in the  [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/doku.php?id=en:installation#sonic_visualiser|Sonic Visualiser]]  and listen to them with MIDI sounds at the same time. A number of piano rolls are listed in the [[en:notenauswahl|subcorpus of the sheet music database]] and can be downloaded there. Detailed instructions on how to proceed and how you could generate piano rolls from score files can be found [[en:sv-pianoroll|hier]]. |+| **Note**: You can display piano rolls very clearly in the  [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/doku.php?id=en:installation#sonic_visualiser|Sonic Visualiser]]  and listen to them with MIDI sounds at the same time. A number of piano rolls are listed in the [[en:notenauswahl|subcorpus of the sheet music database]] and can be downloaded there. Detailed instructions on how to proceed and how you could generate piano rolls from score files can be found [[en:sv-pianoroll|here]]. |
  
 //Music21// also offers the possibility to automatically generate piano reductions of music scores (//chordify//-command). This facilitates for example harmonic analysis.  //Music21// also offers the possibility to automatically generate piano reductions of music scores (//chordify//-command). This facilitates for example harmonic analysis. 
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 ==== Tutorial 2: Statistical queries of musical characteristics ==== ==== Tutorial 2: Statistical queries of musical characteristics ====
-[[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.html|html]] version+[[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.ipynb|Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation]] (Jupyter-Notebook; [[https://analyse.hfm-weimar.de/jupyter/Jupyter_SheetMusic_Basics_Part1_Visualisation.html|html]] preview)
  
 The //music21// commands presented in the Jupyter notebooks can first be used to query the number of notes (total or per voice), measures, and information about ambitus (total and per voice). The //music21// commands presented in the Jupyter notebooks can first be used to query the number of notes (total or per voice), measures, and information about ambitus (total and per voice).
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