有樂譜搜索引擎嗎?


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是否有一個好的搜索引擎可以根據旋律或樂譜查找音樂?

我經常發現自己想知道我可以為某首歌哼些什麼,而且我想知道是否存在一個搜索引擎,可以在音樂記譜法和搜索中寫下盡可能多的樂譜為了獲得標題/作者/歌詞:一種用於搜索音樂的Google,您可以在其中搜索文字而不是搜索單詞。

這對於古典音樂特別有用,因為它們沒有單詞要記住和搜索,因此除非您知道自己被卡住的標題,並且記住諸如奏鳴曲__,小奏曲__或前奏曲__之類的標題,一段時間後就會非常混亂。

基於identity-this標籤的流行性,我想無論該網站內外的很多人都會發現此有用

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Another question in site gave me an answer. It is not quite like the book that I mentioned in the comments. You don't need to identify the intervals between the notes (as the book required) but only whether the notes go up, down, or stay the same. So, I expect that you need a longer sequence in general but it works surprisingly well with even a short sequence. I just tested it with the first theme from the second movement of Beethoven's fifth symphony. I entered: *UURDDUD. The * represents the first note so I said that it went up twice, then repeated a note, down twice etc. The theme that I wanted was not the first hit but it was on the first page. Slightly confusingly, a later instance in the same movement that did not continue as I expected appeared first. To be sure that you have the right hit, you will need some ability to read music.

I am talking about the Contour Search in this site but the other functions may be useful as well.

https://www.musipedia.org/

I expect to become a frequent visitor.


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There is a music score search app based on ngrams called Peachnote. The idea is to enter a melody intervalically, and the app searches a database of scores pulled from IMSLP and other sources.

Here's an article extolling Peachnote's virtues. (Adrian Giordani. 27 May 2018. "Who or what really inspired the Viennese wunderkind?". Accessed 27 July 2020.)

And here's the original paper about Peachnote. (Vladimir Viro. 2011. "Peachnote: Music Score Search and Analysis Platform." Accessed 27 July 2020.)

There is also, an app for Android (link is http, not https), but I don't have an Android, so can't confirm.

Now the bad news: I couldn't get the Peachnote website to find famous classical pieces that I know are on IMSLP. Could be user error, could be many things; I wish you better luck.