MusicXML : An Internet-Friendly Format for Sheet Music

@inproceedings{Michael2002MusicXMLA,
  title={MusicXML : An Internet-Friendly Format for Sheet Music},
  author={Michael},
  year={2002}
}
The downloadable sheet music market has been constrained by reliance on proprietary binary formats. MusicXML is a new Internet-friendly format for representing sheet music and music notation. We introduce the basics of MusicXML design, using examples from current software to illustrate MusicXML's advantages over previous music interchange formats. We conclude by discussing the new types of music use that MusicXML makes possible, and how this fits in with ongoing XML development efforts. 1. The… CONTINUE READING
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