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Interactive Music Scores - Synced Analysis

Classical

Formal Analysis of Beethoven Sonata Op. 49, No. 2
http://www.teoria.com/articles/beethoven-op49/index.html
This is unbelievable! A fantastic use of multimedia technology...

Yikes!! This is great interactive stuff >> scores synced to the music
There's a lot here on this list.
http://www.teoria.com/articles/ana.htm

More synced scores
Analysis of Beethoven's Op. 53 (Waldstein)
http://www.teoria.com/articles/waldstein/index.html
Robert Schumann - Kinderscenen Op. 15, no. 4
http://www.teoria.com/articulos/analysis/kinderscenen/eng/04.html


The Emerson String Quartet: The Bartók Quartets Link
An amalgamation of video footage, written commentary, and an animated score

Interactive Scores of Symphonies
http://www.keepingscore.org/interactive#tabs-4

Videos of Scores Synched with the Music

From the San Francisco Symphony to phenomenal synchronizations of scrolling scores and virtuoso performances, the video format has provided a wonderfu tool for studying and appreciating great music. Interactive Video Music Scores

Solo Piano Performances

Keith Jarrett
- Shenandoah - Transcription

Keith Jarrett
- Köln Concert, Part II c- (with sheet music) - Transcription

Keith Jarrett
- My Wild Irish Rose - Transcription

Animated Graphical Scores

Stravinsky - The Rite of Spring
Animated Graphical Score

Chopin - Fantasie-Impromptu, opus 66
Animated Graphical Score

For the Rockers

King Crimson - In the Wake of Poseidon
YouTube Animated Video (motion graphic)
3D MIDI Trails - Very cool

Organ solo from Green-Eyed Lady - Transcribed
YouTube Animated Video (score)
Nicely done

For the Jazz and Funksters

Hornheads - Transcriptions
http://hornheads.com/bonuslicks.php
Nicely done...

ScoreViewLive

ScoreViewLive - See and the score of the music as you are listening to it.
(Original Brazilian Jazz and Classical)

Online Learning - Studying Music Scores

Music is an important component of the human society even in ancient times. It was and it is produced and consumed by people from all social categories in their daily life. Music making and music performances imply lifelong learning activities for both musicians as well as interested “consumers”.

To enhance these learning activities it is very important to bridge the gap between the formal, non-formal and informal education. Online instrument playing tutorials with sheet music are great tools support self-learning activities.

There are ever-increasing technical solutions for syncing sheet music notation and the and corresponding audio. I personally have worked with Macromedia Director and Macromedia/Adobe Flash.

Demos

  • Notezilla Music Notation Classical music library
    "We provide high quality, interactive sheet music - synced to real recordings"
  • These are synced with your computer’s default MIDI sound Library