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  1. Néstor Nápoles López
  2. David Rizo

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Description: A dataset of 19th-century music theory textbooks with music examples, useful for training OMR models. - 19theory-a: complete transcriptions of all sources of the Dualism project - 19theory-b: only pages containing music examples - 19theory-c: only the music examples For more info about the Dualism project, see: Moss, F. C., Köster, M., Femminis, M., Métrailler, C., & Bavaud, F. (2021). Digitizing a 19th-Century Music Theory Debate for Computational Analysis. In M. Ehrmann, F. Karsdorp, M. Wevers, T. L. Andrews, M. Burghardt, M. Kestemont, E. Manjavacas, M. Piotrowski, & J. van Zundert (Eds.), CHR 2021: Computational Humanities Research Conference, November 17–19, 2021, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (pp. 159–170).

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


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