Taking Cultural Music Education Online
Virtual Lab for
Music
Tejaswinee Kelkar
Anon Ray
Venkatesh Choppella
Lorem Ipsum Dolor
Music Education
in India for the
Web
What does Indian Music Sound
like?
What do musicologists study
about it?
❖ In the West
❖ Styles and structures
❖ Ethnography
❖ Appreciation methods
❖ In Indi...
Where is all the knowledge?
❖ Written form
❖ Oral Tradition and passing
down by memory
Examples of repositories, source
material
Changing Musical
Pedagogy
Gurukul System
University system - but no reliable
notation
What does Research require?
How to s...
Music Education
in India
Many of the musicians who have
died recently or are very will take
their knowledge to the grave.
...
Three Prongs
❖ Focusing ontologies and
annotations towards the use
case of music pedagogy
❖ Linking content through stable...
Ontologies
Categories:
Pitch (Svar / Raag)
Rhythm (Taal)
Form / Structure
Ornamentation
Stylistic
Three Pronged Architecture
Architecture Annotations and ontologies as
the backbone
Alipi Tool Suite
Semantic Web
Tweets
The anatomy of a SWT is as
follows:
@user #context /resource
{attributes}
Applications
Experiments
Currently 14 experiments hosted
Other Applications
Creating Quizzes
Quiz creation through the addition of rule
based constraints
Addition of propositional...
Demo
3 Test Users use lab for one week and
report
User Profiles
Performing Musician - User 1 was a musician who
sings with a ba...
Pre-post test scores for 12 users over 4
days
User Study
Pre lab use and post user experiments for
analyzing the scores ob...
Links
Web Facebook Twitter
http://music.virtual-labs.ac.in facebook.com/musicvirtuallab twitter.com/musicvlab
Thank you!
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  1. 1. Taking Cultural Music Education Online Virtual Lab for Music Tejaswinee Kelkar Anon Ray Venkatesh Choppella
  2. 2. Lorem Ipsum Dolor Music Education in India for the Web
  3. 3. What does Indian Music Sound like?
  4. 4. What do musicologists study about it? ❖ In the West ❖ Styles and structures ❖ Ethnography ❖ Appreciation methods ❖ In India ❖ Gharanas / families ❖ Repertoire ❖ New tonal material
  5. 5. Where is all the knowledge? ❖ Written form ❖ Oral Tradition and passing down by memory
  6. 6. Examples of repositories, source material
  7. 7. Changing Musical Pedagogy Gurukul System University system - but no reliable notation What does Research require? How to supplement educational needs with archiving needs?
  8. 8. Music Education in India Many of the musicians who have died recently or are very will take their knowledge to the grave. To sit at the feet of the master the whole day, every day, for years and years, is rapidly becoming a social and economic impossibility. Those who intend to become musicians will have to take lessons a few times a week and improve their skills by practising at home. The result however is that they improve their technical ability but their insight into the foundations of the music remains shaky. - Meer, W. Teaching Indian Music, Coping with a changing environment. In the Journal Sangeet Natak 79, January-March 1986, pp. 53-57
  9. 9. Three Prongs ❖ Focusing ontologies and annotations towards the use case of music pedagogy ❖ Linking content through stable and sufficient descriptors ❖ Ease in generating datasets from open data
  10. 10. Ontologies Categories: Pitch (Svar / Raag) Rhythm (Taal) Form / Structure Ornamentation Stylistic
  11. 11. Three Pronged Architecture Architecture Annotations and ontologies as the backbone Alipi Tool Suite
  12. 12. Semantic Web Tweets The anatomy of a SWT is as follows: @user #context /resource {attributes}
  13. 13. Applications Experiments Currently 14 experiments hosted
  14. 14. Other Applications Creating Quizzes Quiz creation through the addition of rule based constraints Addition of propositional logic tables for complex and inference-based question creation
  15. 15. Demo
  16. 16. 3 Test Users use lab for one week and report User Profiles Performing Musician - User 1 was a musician who sings with a band, but did not formally study music. Quizzes and Ear training drills most useful. Intermediate Musician - User 2 has studied music for many years, but not recently. Regaining musicianship strength primary motive. Novice - User 3 is an avid music lover and listener. Initial walkthrough experiments most useful.
  17. 17. Pre-post test scores for 12 users over 4 days User Study Pre lab use and post user experiments for analyzing the scores obtained by 12 participants in the period of 4 days, solving 20 questions per day for 4 different tests. Significant difference (0.011, 0.035, 0.19, 0.001) between before and after practise scores of the 12 participants taken over 4 days. Same or different notes Pitch Height Note Naming MajorNote Naming: 1, 4, 5
  18. 18. Links Web Facebook Twitter http://music.virtual-labs.ac.in facebook.com/musicvirtuallab twitter.com/musicvlab
  19. 19. Thank you!

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