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katz [ANR PHEND : The Past Has Ears at Notre Dame (2020-2024)]
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 PHEND is a French collaborative research project funded by the [[https://anr.fr/|ANR]] (ANR-20-CE38-0014). Partners in the project include researchers from a wide range of disciplines, all with an interest in the sonic history of the Notre-Dame cathedral. PHEND is a French collaborative research project funded by the [[https://anr.fr/|ANR]] (ANR-20-CE38-0014). Partners in the project include researchers from a wide range of disciplines, all with an interest in the sonic history of the Notre-Dame cathedral.
  
-Additional ressources have been provided by the CNRS, through the [[https://miti.cnrs.fr/initiatives-transver/notre-dame-en/|MITI Notre-Dame]] program with a PhD scholarship.+{{ :cnrsfilaire_quadri.jpeg?100|}} 
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 +Additional funding has been provided by the CNRS, through the [[https://miti.cnrs.fr/initiatives-transver/notre-dame-en/|MITI Notre-Dame]] program with a PhD scholarship.
 ===== Partners ===== ===== Partners =====
  
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 As an initial production, a pre-project deliverable, coinciding with the International Year of Sound [[https://sound2020.org/|(sound2020.org)]] and to commemorate the fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral on April 15, 2019, members of the PHEND team (researchers and sound engineers) created a virtual reconstruction of a 2013 performance recording made in the cathedral, recreating the monumental acoustics and the event.  As an initial production, a pre-project deliverable, coinciding with the International Year of Sound [[https://sound2020.org/|(sound2020.org)]] and to commemorate the fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral on April 15, 2019, members of the PHEND team (researchers and sound engineers) created a virtual reconstruction of a 2013 performance recording made in the cathedral, recreating the monumental acoustics and the event. 
  
-----+==== Publications/Press ==== 
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 +Press articles about this project can be found in the section: [[inthepress#by_journalists|In The Press]] 
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 +Our scientific and editoral publications related to this project can be found in the section: [[inthepress#our_publications|Publications]] 
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 +==== Videos ==== 
 +  * Presentation of some preliminary results presented at the I3DA  conference in 2021 : "Virtual Notre-Dame: Preliminary results of real-time auralization with choir members" [[https://www.lam.jussieu.fr/Publications/Conferences/2021I3DA-NotreDame-preliminary-experience.pdf|(preprint)]] 
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 +  * Presentation of "La Vierge 2020" production and survey data presented at the I3DA  conference in 2021 : "La Vierge 2020 : Reconstructing a virtual concert performance Through Historic Auralisation of Notre-Dame Cathedral" [[http://www.lam.jussieu.fr/Publications/Conferences/2021I3DA-LaVierge.pdf|(preprint)]] 
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 ===== Contact ===== ===== Contact =====
 If you have any question or comments, please contact <brian.katz@sorbonne-universite.fr>. If you have any question or comments, please contact <brian.katz@sorbonne-universite.fr>.
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