Like a lot of start up enterprises liberally using the word ‘we’, there’s actually one person at the centre of FourScoreAndMore, deeply immersed in (at least co-running) each of the projects. That person (also writing this text) is:
Fortunately for him (me), a growing number of great people are contributing to FourScoreAndMore, either as directly involved collaborators, or in important advisory roles. Here is some info on them:
- Patrick Dawkins;
- Prof Neil Dodgson, the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand;
- The good people at MuseScore, especially Peter Jonas, OpenScore Manager;
- Edward Guo of IMSLP;
- Prof Sally Jane Norman, Director of the New Zealand School of Music
- Ryaan Ahmed
- Michael Scott Cuthbert, Associate Professor at MIT and Founder of Artusi;
- Katharine Ellis, 1684 Professor of Music, University of Cambridge;
- Elena Anastopoulos, ABRSM;
- Peter Gotham, Third Sector Accountant;
- Alexandra (Xann) Schwinn;
- Karl Schwonik.
Grateful acknowledgement goes to the The University of Cambridge for funding in support of Projects 1 and 2. Here are the specific funds and remit of our activity in those areas:
- ‘Scores of Scores’ is funded by the Arts and Humanities Impact Fund.
- ‘Cut Outs’ is funded by the The Teaching and Learning Innovation Fund.
Additionally a number of partners have come together to put on the ‘Scores of Scores’ Launch Event (details on that page).
Finally, from mid 2018, I (Mark Gotham) will be working as a ‘Postdoctoral Associate in Computational Music Theory Pedagogy’ at the beautiful and brilliant Cornell University in up-state New York. The role is directly relevant to FourScoreAndMore’s activities, and the powers that be are committed to open source, so the show will go on.
Thank you all!