Raffaele Viglianti is a Research Programmer working on the MITH development team. He came to MITH from the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London (KCL), where he was most recently a Post-graduate Research Assistant. At King’s, he contributed to several major digitization and text encoding projects while also completing a PhD in Digital Musicology.

Raffaele’s work revolves around digital editions and textual scholarship. He is currently an elected member of the Text Encoding Initiative technical council and an advisor for the Music Encoding Initiative, which produces guidelines for the digital representation of music notation with a focus on scholarly requirements.

As a researcher, Raffaele specializes in editions of music scores, contributing to the ongoing change to scholarly editorial theory and practice in the digital medium. His work also focuses on the shaping of music performance practice by the digital consumption of music scores, or the performance of a music score from a digital device.

Featured Research

The Shelley-Godwin Archive
Enhancing Music Notation Addressability (EMA)

Citations: The Renaissance Imitation Mass (CRIM)

MEC Conference - May 2018