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Primary emphasis on music theory on examples of teaching music theory
Also applicable to music history, music literature courses
Review how we teach music theory now
Make this more compelling
Comparing two search results
•Entries sorted by year of acquisition
•can’t tell contents
•Can search multiple fields, limit search by key, media
•Search result is a list of works
•Selecting one brings list of instances
Point out features
•Standard playback
•Bookmarks (not shown)
•Instance and work structure
•Zoomable graphics (using DjVu)
•One and two-page views
•Easy navigation between pages
•Same access to physical and logical structure
Opus window features
•Unified presentation
•Bookmarks still available
•Synchronized playback to the measure level
•Ability to switch recordings
Timeliner features
•Can create a timeline from any excerpt (a movement, a few measures, etc.)
•Create by clicking
•Can label (e.g., measure number, cadence type, key)
•Can delete
•Bubbles (form between timepoints)
•At a level, have default color
•Can change color (to show form)
•Can add label
•Can promote/demote (in next version)
•Can zoom to selection or back out
•Can create a new excerpt
•Can be shown in black-and-white, with rectangular shapes
•Diagram can be printed or saved to HTML (with annotations, and precise timepoints!)
•Timelines are stored locally, can be emailed
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