Dig That Lick (DTL) is a multidisciplinary research project that ran from 2017 through 2019 as an awardee of the Trans-Atlantic Platform for the Social Sciences and Humanities Digging into Data Challenge. The project represents a significant international partnership between principal investigator Simon Dixon (Queen Mary University of London, UK), three national project leaders—Hélène-Camille Crayencour (National Center for Scientific Research, France), Martin Pfleiderer (University of Music Franz Liszt, Weimar, Germany), and Gabriel Solis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)—and an international team of researchers.1 DTL received funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (UK), the French National Research Agency, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, and the National Endowment for the Humanities...
Dig That Lick (DTL): Analyzing Large-Scale Data for Melodic Patterns in Jazz Performances
CHRIS STOVER is a Senior Lecturer in Music Studies and Research at Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University, and a Research Fellow at the RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Study in Rhythm, Time and Motion at the University of Oslo. He is coeditor of Rancière and Music (Edinburgh University Press, 2020) and is currently finishing two books, one on temporal-relational processes in African and Afrodiasporic musics and one on what he is calling “radical music theory.”
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Chris Stover; Dig That Lick (DTL): Analyzing Large-Scale Data for Melodic Patterns in Jazz Performances. Journal of the American Musicological Society 1 April 2021; 74 (1): 195–214. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/jams.2021.74.1.195
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