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From the engraved tablet to the digital tablet, history of a fifteenth century music score

Abstract : This work illustrates the use of three different digitization techniques in order to study and valorize a 15th century engraved tablet discovered during a preventive archaeological excavation in the area of a former convent. The tablet is covered with engraved inscriptions on both sides, and includes a musical score. Digitization allowed for an advanced analysis of the inscriptions, and to generate a complete and precise 3D model of the artifact which was used to produce an interactive application deployed both on tactile tablets and website. The interactive application integrates a musical interpretation of the score that gives access to a testimony of intangible heritage. This interdisciplinary work gathered archaeologists, researchers from computer science and physics, and a professional musician.
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Ronan Gaugne, Françoise Labaune-Jean, Dominique Fontaine, Gaétan Le Cloirec, Valérie Gouranton. From the engraved tablet to the digital tablet, history of a fifteenth century music score. Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage, Association for Computing Machinery, 2020, ⟨10.1145/3383782⟩. ⟨hal-02574884⟩

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