“Corpus Musicae Ottomanicae: Critical Editions of Near Eastern Music Manuscripts”
Répertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM) published a short article about the CMO project on their website. Besides summarizing essentials on the content, the article gives an insight to the structure, methods and goals of the project. The reader is also informed about the body of source material in Hamparsum (Arm. Hampartsum) notation.
You can read the article in English on RISM website: Corpus Musicae Ottomanicae: Critical Editions of Ottoman Manuscripts
“Hidden Treasure: An international project on Near Eastern music manuscripts”
Public broadcasting station Deutschlandfunk covered CMO as one of the topics of the program “Musikjournal”. The program was “James Rhodes, Otello und György Kurtág”. The feature was written by Benedikt Schulz.
Due to copyright regulations, the audio recording of the feature is not available. However, we are able to publish the manuscript with kind permission of its author Mr. Schulz.
You can the text (in German), Manuscript
or visit the website of the program: Musikjournal (Deutschlandfunk).
“Research project about Ottoman music manuscripts – Music for the Sultan”
In the music program “Cluster” on Southwest Broadcasting (SWR2), Simon Schomäcker reported about the CMO project.
Audio recording of the program is available on the website of SWR2 until 31.01.2017: SWR2 Media Libary
“Critical Editions of Near Eastern Music Manuscripts”
Swiss Music Journal (Schweizer Musikzeitung) reported on CMO in an article with the title “Critical Editions of Near Eastern Music Manuscripts”. The article is available (in German) on their website: Edition vorderorientalischer Musikhandschriften
“Max Weber Foundation and Münster University to make Near Eastern music manuscripts publicly available”
The press release is available (in German) on the website of Max Weber Foundation: Max Weber Stiftung und Universität Münster machen vorderorientalische Musikhandschriften öffentlich zugänglich
“New Horizons for Research on Eastern Mediterranean Music History”
CMO director Prof. Dr. Ralf Martin Jäger wrote an article about the current state of research on East Mediterranean music cultures and related notation systems for Max Weber Foundation’s magazine Weltweit vor Ort (issue 02/15 with the main theme “Faith and Protest”, p. 48-9). Article addresses new impulses that the project is aiming to provide in this field and explains the essential role of Orient-Institute Istanbul in this process.
All issues of Weltweit vor Ort (in German) are available on the Foundation’s website: Weltweit vor Ort
You can also download the current issue directly: Weltweit vor Ort 02/15, "Glaube und Protest"
“Intermezzo for the Research of Near Eastern Music – Strategic Partnership between Orient-Institute Istanbul and Münster Westfälische Wilhelms University”
Orient-Institute Istanbul and University of Münster sealed an agreement for strategic partnership with a festive ceremony in Münster. The agreement aims to strengthen international collaboration, develop new interdisciplinary approaches and establish a research infrastructure to improve cooperation in related fields.
You can read the press release (in German) on the Foundation's website: »Intermezzo für die Forschung zur Musik des Vorderen Orients«
Or download it directly here: Press release