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Re: accessibility supported questions

From: Christophe Strobbe <christophe.strobbe@esat.kuleuven.be>
Date: Wed, 01 Apr 2009 21:54:14 +0200
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Hi Ineke,

At 21:30 1/04/2009, Ineke van der Maat wrote:
>(...)
>
>Even when this problem has been solved there is another problem 
>still existing: how to make music partitures accessible in the 
>internet? When somebody can tell me how to make difficult long 
>orchestra partitures accessible without using music  (because of the 
>rights ), then please tell me. And tell it all the music archives 
>around the world. It is possible to scan the partiture, but 
>describing the music with alt attribute is a problem. You can tell 
>it is in e.g. in a moll, written for  a big symphony orchestra etc. 
>and then end of the story?
>
>Pls tell me how to do it, I need it for a website.

Have you contacted the people behind the Contrapunctus project 
<http://www.punctus.org/>?
I don't know if they have a solution, but they could provide pointers.

Best regards,

Christophe


>Regards
>Ineke van der Maat
>
>

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