Project Team

DIAMM was founded by two leading musicologists in the field of Medieval Musicology, and has since grown to encompass scholars and researchers in wider musicological and technical disciplines:

Founders

Dr Margaret Bent CBE, FBA, All Souls College, Oxford
Professor Andrew Wathey, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive, Northumbria University

Researchers and database editors 2019

Julia Craig-McFeely, Oxford
Matthias Range, Oxford
David Wyatt, Wargrave

DIAMM Committee

Suzanne Aspden, Jesus College Oxford, Head of dept, Faculty of Music
Nicolas Bell, Trinity College, Cambridge
Julia Craig-McFeely, DIAMM Manager, Faculty of Music, Oxford
Helen Deeming, Dept of Music, Royal Holloway
Martin Holmes, Alfred Brendel Curator of Music, Bodleian Library, Oxford
Elizabeth Eva Leach, St Hugh's College, Oxford
Christian Leitmeir, Magdalen College, Oxford
Owen Rees, The Queen's College, Oxford
Thomas Schmidt, Head of the Division of Art History, Drama and Music, University of Manchester
Emma Stockford, Finance Officer, Faculty of Music, Oxford

Advisors

Jennifer Bain, Fountain School of Performing Arts, Dalhousie University
Stratton Bull, Alamire Foundation
David Catalunya, University of Würzburg
Matthew Cheung Salisbury, University College, Oxford
Mark Everist, University of Southampton
Dominique Gatté, Musicologie Médiévale
Debra Lacoste, Cantus Database, University of Waterloo
Jason Stoessel, University of New England, Australia

Technical Advisors

Michael Scott Cuthbert, MIT Music Theater and Arts
Ichiro Fujinaga, Chair of Music Technology, McGill University Schulich School of Music (SIMSSA)
Andrew Hankinson, Senior software engineer, Bodleian Libraries

Scholars Collaborating with DIAMM

Nicolas Bell, Trinity College, Cambridge (Tudor Partbooks) Sean Curran, Trinity College, Cambridge (Montpellier MS)
Ichiro Fujinaga, Chair of Music Technology, McGill University Schulich School of Music (SIMSSA)
Martin Holmes, Alfred Brendel Music Librarian, Bodleian Library, Oxford (Tudor Partbooks)
Magnus Williamson, University of Newcastle upon Tyne (Tudor Partbooks)

Photographer

Lynda Sayce

Imaging technical support and equipment

ICAM Archive Systems, 1 Premier House, Sneyd St, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 5HP, UK