MusicXML Powerpoint Presentation
"Cover Pages: XML and Music,"<http://xml.coverpages.org/xmlMusic.html> [cited 27 January 2005]
This page provides brief introductions and links to the various musical markup languages, including MusicXML.
Cunningham, S., 2003. Suitability of MusicXML as a format for computer music notation and interchange. Available from Center for Applied Internet Research <http://www.newi.ac.uk/cunninghams/research/SuitabilityMusicXML.pdf> [cited 27 January 2005]
An overview of what is currently known about MusicXML, this is a good distillation of much of the Recordare information available.
Good, M., 2002. MusicXML in Practice: Issues in Translation and Analysis. Paper presented at MAX 2002: Musical Applications Using XML . 47-54. <http://www.recordare.com/good/max2002.html> [cited 27 January 2005].
This paper by the inventor of MusicXML describes some of the ideas behind its implementation. It discusses MusicXML's advantages over other interchange formats, gives an example of MusicXML code, and provides an example of the analysis possible with MusicXML.
"MusicXML Definition, Version 1.0", Recordare LLC,<http://www.recordare.com/xml.html> [cited 27 January, 2005] .
This is the main page for Recordare's MusicXML. A quick overview on its features and usage as well as links to papers, Document Type Definitions, and a FAQ, all written by Recordare.
Stewart, D., 2003. XML for Music. Electronic Musician, 1 December. <http://emusician.com/mag/desktop/emusic_xml_music/index.html> [cited 27 January 2005]
A non-technical introduction to the usage of MusicXML.