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Framework for a music markup language

@inproceedings{Steyn2002FrameworkFA,
  title={Framework for a music markup language},
  author={Jacques Steyn},
  year={2002}
}
Objects and processes of music that would be marked with a markup language need to be demarcated before a markup language can be designed. This paper investigates issues to be considered for the design of an XML-based general music markup language. Most present efforts focus on CWN (Common Western Notation), yet that system addresses only a fraction of the domain of music. It is argued that a general music markup language should consider more than just CWN. A framework for such a comprehensive… Expand
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