Open Science Research Excellence

ICMMT 2021 : International Conference on Musicology and Music Theory

Paris, France
April 19 - 20, 2021

Call for Papers

ICMMT 2021 : International Conference on Musicology and Music Theory is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Musicology and Music Theory. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Musicology and Music Theory
  • Musicological applications
  • Musicology
  • Ethnomusicology
  • Music theory
  • Sociology of music
  • Music Information Retrieval Data and Fundamentals
  • Music signal processing
  • Symbolic music processing
  • Metadata, linked data and semantic web
  • Social tags and user generated data
  • Natural language processing, text and web mining
  • Multi-modal approaches to Music Information Retrieval
  • Methodology
  • Methodological issues and philosophical foundations
  • Evaluation methodology
  • Corpus creation
  • Legal, social and ethical issues
  • Domain Knowledge
  • Representation of musical knowledge and meaning
  • Music perception and cognition
  • Computational music theory
  • Computational musicology and ethnomusicology
  • Musical Features and Properties
  • Melody and motives
  • Harmony, chords and tonality
  • Rhythm, beat, tempo
  • Structure, segmentation and form
  • Timbre, instrumentation and voice
  • Musical style and genre
  • Musical affect, emotion and mood
  • Expression and performative aspects of music
  • Music Processing
  • Sound source separation
  • Music transcription and annotation
  • Optical music recognition
  • Alignment, synchronization and score following
  • Music summarization
  • Music synthesis and transformation
  • Fingerprinting
  • Automatic classification
  • Indexing and querying
  • Pattern matching and detection
  • Similarity metrics
  • Application
  • User behavior and modelling
  • User interfaces and interaction
  • Digital libraries and archives
  • Music retrieval systems
  • Music recommendation and playlist generation
  • Music and health, well-being and therapy
  • Music training and education
  • Music Information Retrieval applications in music composition, performance and production
  • Music and gaming
  • Music Information Retrieval in business and marketing