[Smt-talk] MusicXML and C++

Dave Headlam dheadlam at esm.rochester.edu
Mon Jun 13 12:15:22 PDT 2011


1.  check out the jaudio / jsymbolic tools at McGill -- they have some
accompanying xml parsers (all in java)

2.  there are xml parsers in C, python, perl, php -- pick your poison

3.  if you want some web apps, with javascript +  php or perl, try ajax with
php ( but use firebug for debugging!, or use a good javascript library)

4.  try git with xml --

5.  go to Craig Sapp's homepage and look in his humdrum and c++ sections for
xml translators

6.  don't forget that Finale and Sibelius (I think on the latter) can save
as xml --- a lot easier to edit in music notation, then save!

Dave Headlam

On 6/12/11 8:47 PM, "Murphy, Scott Brandon" <smurphy at ku.edu> wrote:

> Does anyone on the list have experience with analyzing MusicXML files using
> C++ or a related programming language?
> Thanks!
> Scott
> --
> Scott Murphy
> President-Elect, Music Theory Midwest
> Associate Professor, Music Theory
> University of Kansas School of Music
> smurphy at ku.edu
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Dave Headlam
Professor of Music Theory
Joint Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Eastman School of Music / The College
The University of Rochester
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Rochester, NY 14604
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