drs. Marnix van Berchum
M.J.vanBerchum@uu.nl
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Profile

Marnix van Berchum studied Musicology at Utrecht University, and specialized in musical culture of the 15th and 16th century. He graduated with a thesis on the motets of Jachet Berchem (c.1505-1567). In his PhD research he applies the concepts and methods of network theory on the dissemination of music in the sixteenth century. He has given several presentations on this subject at international conferences, including the Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks symposium and the eHumanities Group of the KNAW.

He has a wide range of experience in projects related to ‘digital musicology’, innovations in scholarly communications, research data and Open Access. Currently he is Product Owner of the Timbuctoo/Anansi system at Huygens ING. Marnix is Associate Director and contact person of the CMME Project (www.cmme.org).

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Curriculum vitae

For a full overview of my working experience, please see http://www.linkedin.com/in/marnixvb.

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Key publications

Duval, Erik, van Berchum, M.J., Jentzsch, Anja, Parra Chico, Gonzalo Alberto & Drakos, Andreas (2015). Musicology of Early Music with Europeana Tools and Services. Proceedings of the 16th ISMIR Conference, Málaga, Spain, October 26-30, 2015 (pp. 632-638).

van Berchum, M.J. (2014). Linked Sources: A Network Approach to the Repertory of Sixteenth-Century Polyphony. Leonardo, 47 (3), (pp. 272) (1 p.).

Dumitrescu, T., Kügle, K. & van Berchum, Marnix (2013). Early Music Editing: Principles, Historiography, Future Directions. (290 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.

All publications
  2017
van Berchum, M.J. (05.09.2017) Invited speaker DHclinics Utrecht (05.09.2017) Databases (en oude muziek)
van Berchum, M.J. (17.05.2017) Invited speaker Music Encoding Conference 2017 Tours (16.05.2017 - 19.05.2017) Music encoding, formats, and data sustainability
van Berchum, M.J. (05.07.2017) Invited speaker Digital Humanities Benelux Conference Utrecht (03.07.2017 - 05.07.2017) Musical networks – Networks of music
  2015
van Berchum, M.J. (07.07.2015) Participant Medieval and Renaissance Music Conference 2015 Brussels (06.07.2015 - 09.07.2015) Connecting musicological tools with Europeana
Duval, Erik, van Berchum, M.J., Jentzsch, Anja, Parra Chico, Gonzalo Alberto & Drakos, Andreas (2015). Musicology of Early Music with Europeana Tools and Services. Proceedings of the 16th ISMIR Conference, Málaga, Spain, October 26-30, 2015 (pp. 632-638).
van Berchum, M.J. (15.10.2015) Invited speaker Colloquium CREATE Amsterdam (15.10.2015) Sources of Early Music: What about the data?
van Berchum, M.J. (11.03.2015) Invited speaker A Big Data History of Music: Digital Strategies for Historical Musicologists London (11.03.2015) Visualising the Hidden: Networks of Early Music Sources
  2014
van Berchum, M.J. (2014). Introducing the LEMC: How to build an Early Music Research Infrastructure. Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Digital Libraries for Musicology (3 p.). ACM.
van Berchum, M.J. (2014). Linked Sources: A Network Approach to the Repertory of Sixteenth-Century Polyphony. Leonardo, 47 (3), (pp. 272) (1 p.).
van Berchum, M.J. (14.07.2014) Invited speaker International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML) (Antwerp) (14.01.2014) Visualising large data sets of music bibliographical records
  2013
Dumitrescu, T., Kügle, K. & van Berchum, Marnix (2013). Early Music Editing: Principles, Historiography, Future Directions. (290 p.). Turnhout: Brepols.
van Berchum, M.J. (04.06.2013) Invited speaker Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks (Copenhagen) (04.01.2013) Linked Sources. A Network Approach to the Repertory of Sixteenth-Century Polyphony
van Berchum, M.J. (03.10.2013) Invited speaker KNAW eHumanities Group: New Trends in eHumanities (Amsterdam) (03.01.2013) Linked sources: a network approach to the repertory of sixteenth-century polyphony (an introduction)
van Berchum, M.J. (07.11.2013) Invited speaker Complexity in the Digital Humanities (Amsterdam) (07.01.2013) Musical sources and their compositions: complex networks in sixteenth - century polyphony
  2011
van Berchum, M.J. (23.11.2011) Invited speaker The 6th Munin conference 2011: Enhancing publications Tromsø (23.01.2011) The 6th Munin conference 2011: Enhancing publications
  2009
van Berchum, M.J. (23.10.2009) Invited speaker Read me! Cite me! Count me! Publication Strategy and Research Marketing for Academics (Utrecht) (23.01.2009) CMME: The Scholarly Music Edition Goes Digital
Dumitrescu, T. & van Berchum, M.J. (2009). The CMME Occo Codex Edition: Variants and Versions in Encoding and Interface. In Peter Stadler & Joachim Veit (Eds.), Digitale Edition Zwischen Experiment Und Standardisierung: Musik - Text - Codierung (pp. 129-146) (18 p.). Tübingen: Niemeyer.
van Berchum, M.J. (15.07.2009) Invited speaker International Josquin Symposium – Josquin and the Sublime (Middelburg) (15.01.2009) Two Te Deums in RosU 49
  2007
van Berchum, M.J. (10.08.2007) Invited speaker Medieval-Renaissance Music Conference Bangor, Wales (10.01.2007) Fortune, mercy & death – two masses of Jachet Berchem
Elders, W.I.M. & van Berchum, M.J. (2007). New Josquin Edition, vol. 2: Facsimiles from sources of compositions attributed to Josquin. Utrecht: Koninklijke Vereniging voor Nederlandse Muziekgeschiedenis.
  2005
van Berchum, M.J. (15.07.2005) Invited speaker Medieval-Renaissance Music Conference Bangor, Wales (15.01.2005) 'O sacrum convivium': another motet of Jachet Berchem?
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Completed projects

Project:
Digital Scores and Pre-Modern Textualities: The CMME Project 01.09.2006 to 01.09.2009
General project description

The CMME Project represents a systematized plan to introduce modern computing capabilities into the study of medieval and Renaissance music. Structured around a web-based public interface and software suite, the CMME will offer the first high-quality digital publication system for early music. The ""dynamic"" editions of the CMME move beyond the physical limitations of traditional printed editions in numerous aspects: they can be configured visually by individual users to offer different styles of transcription; automated searching, indexing, and statistical analysis can be performed on the musical data with unprecedented elegance and ease; publication errors can be corrected immediately. Conceptually, the CMME integrates current ideas about pre-modern textualities: the numerous variant versions typical of pre-modern music are no longer reduced to a single authorial text - an unavoidable necessity imposed by the format of a traditional, printed edition.

 
Role Researcher Funding
NWO grant
Project members UU
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Additional functions and activities

Marnix is board member of the Royal Society for Music History of The Netherlands (www.kvnm.nl) and chair of the board of Aventure - ensemble for medieval music (www.aventure-ensemble.nl).

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