A New Online Archive of Encoded Fado Transcriptions

Tiago Gonzaga Videira, Jorge Martins Rosa

Abstract


A new online archive of encoded fado transcriptions is presented. This dataset is relevant as the first step towards a cultural heritage archive and as source material for the study of songs associated with fado practice using empirical, analytical and systematic methodologies (namely MIR techniques). It is also relevant as a source for artistic purposes, namely the creation of new songs. We detail the constitution of this symbolic music corpus and present how we conceived of and implemented a methodology for testing its internal consistency using a supervised classification system.


Keywords


symbolic corpus; methodology; music information retrieval

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18061/emr.v12i3-4.5431

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