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Musica Restituta Digital Data: Retrieval from Medieval Music Palimpsests
June 18 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The event is the closing workshop of an international collaborative research project on early chant palimpsests (10th–11th c.), Musica Restituta Digital Data Retrieval from Medieval Music Palimpsests, funded by Oxford’s John Fell Fund, and the Leverhlume Trust (1st phase: 2019-2020), as well as by the University of Trento (2nd phase: 2020-2021). The project was a proof-of-concept for the digitisation and digital enhancement of some among the earliest chant palimpsests from early medieval Italy, now held at Vercelli, Assisi, and Mantua.
The workshop will take place on Friday 18th June 2021, 2-4pm on Zoom. Julia Craig-McFeely (Digital Image Archive of Medieval Music) and Giovanni Varelli will be joined by Dr Andreas Janke (Hamburg) and Prof. Christelle Cazaux (Basel).
Registration is required (deadline to apply is 17th June at 1pm):
Welcome and Introduction
Julia Craig-McFeely (University of Oxford)
Find or Fail: Recovery Techniques
Giovanni Varelli (University of Oxford – Università di Trento)
Towards a New Historical View for the Diffusion of Frankish Music Scripts in the ‘South’
Andreas Janke (University of Hamburg)
The Past and Future of Music Palimpsest Studies
Christelle Cazaux (Basel–Schola Cantorum Basiliensis)
Music and Liturgy in Turin around 1000 CE: Dealing with a Single Palimpsest Fragment (F-Pnm Grec 2631)
Conclusions and Q&A