[MEI-L] MEI 1st tutorials

Benjamin Wolff Bohl bohl at edirom.de
Wed Jan 16 09:33:11 CET 2013

Hi Kristina,
almost forgot...
This is very good news and will help MEI to spread and get accepted in 
musicological spheres.



Benjamin W. Bohl
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Am 09.01.2013 19:54, schrieb Kristina Richts:
> Dear colleagues,
> I am happy to inform you about some new training materials being 
> available on the MEI website from today.
> They are grouped under the heading "MEI 1st" and can be found at 
> http://music-encoding.org/support/MEI1st.
> MEI 1st is a set of tutorials, that has been developed as part of the 
> DFG/NEH project. It will help you to learn about different aspects of 
> the encoding scheme of the Music Encoding Initiative (MEI), and acts 
> as a guideline from the first steps into MEI through more advanced 
> aspects of music encoding. The tutorials cover the following aspects:
> • General MEI Document Structure
> • Creating a new MEI Document
> • Encoding Music Notation
> • Exploring the Header
> Some tutorials, such as "Encoding Music Notation" and "Exploring the 
> Header", are divided into different chapters and ordered according to 
> increasing complexity. Each tutorial begins with an overview of the 
> corresponding features of MEI and concludes with a test of the 
> principles addressed in that section.
> We hope you enjoy learning more about MEI with MEI 1st – your feedback 
> is more than welcome.
> I would also like to thank Maja, Rya Martin, Irmlind Capelle, Kristin 
> Herold, Benjamin, Joachim, Johannes, Perry and others for their 
> substantial support of MEI 1st.
> Best wishes,
> Kristina
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