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Dezrann, a Web Framework to Share Music Analysis

Mathieu Giraud 1, 2 Richard Groult 3, 2 Emmanuel Leguy 1, 2
2 Algomus
MIS - Modélisation, Information et Systèmes - UR UPJV 4290, CRIStAL - Centre de Recherche en Informatique, Signal et Automatique de Lille - UMR 9189
Abstract : Music analysis on traditional scores is often based on annotated elements, such as patterns, harmonies, or sections. Music students, teachers, players, or researchers are used to annotate music and to discuss these analyses. Music lovers, even when they do not read music, also frequently talk about music and share their reaction to specific sections. We present Dezrann, an open-source web platform for music annotation and analysis on scores in traditional notation, developed with the Web Components through the Polymer framework. Dezrann enables to view, edit, and share music analysis through sets of labels on a score or a waveform. Labels are linked to musical positions and pos- sibly to voices of the score, and can have a duration or not. They can be created or edited with simple mouse or finger gestures. A public server is available to test the application on Bach fugues and chorales as well as on Mozart string quartets.
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Mathieu Giraud, Richard Groult, Emmanuel Leguy. Dezrann, a Web Framework to Share Music Analysis. International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation (TENOR 2018), May 2018, Montréal, Canada. pp.104-110. ⟨hal-01796787⟩

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