About

This is my personal website, which holds links to my research notes, and any related projects I happen to be working on, that mostly tend to be in the area of symbolic music analysis and digital musicology.

Jamie Gabriel PhD

 

Setup

I mostly use JupyterLab running through Docker to manage most things related to research and analysis. Full details and set up instructions here. This set up is really nice across lots of different types of analysis and works well across different operating systems.

If you are just getting started doing analysis using languages like Python, it may be easy to use the Anaconda version of Jupyter Notebook which you should be able to installed easily without the need for admin rights.

If I am not using JupyterLab, it's usually RStudio & R these days and I tend to build anything web related in R Shiny.



Latest
  • 16th January 22: New transcription: All the things you are (Keith Jarrett, 1982 recording)

  • 16th January 22: New article: Challenges in music analysis, MU22

  • 16th January 22: New article: French Horn voicings in Mahler's 2nd, MU21

  • 16th January 22: New article: Full Orchestral voicings in late Mahler symphonies, MU20

  • 16th January 22: New article: Studying Jazz Piano, MU21

  • 16th January 22: New transcription: Autumn Leaves (Keith Jarrett, 2012 recording)

  • 16th January 22: New transcription: Stella by Starlight (Keith Jarrett, 2012 recording)

  • 16th January 22: New article: Fundamentals of Music21, MU21

  • 16th January 22: New transcription: You don't know what love is (Eric Dolphy, 1964 recording)

  • 16th January 22: New article: Percussion in early Prokofiev, MU21

  • 16th January 22: New music: Fugue in 3 voices , CO31

  • 16th January 22: New music: Invention in 2 voices in C minor , CO30