RISM at the IAML 2021 Congress (Online)

The annual congress of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres will take place online from 26-31 July 2021.

RISM will be involved in the following sessions. (All times are given in UTC.)

Monday, July 26

  • 13.00-14.30 UTC
    A celebration of IAML at 70
    Part of this session will feature reflections on the R Projects, of which IAML is a founding member and co-sponsor.

  • 17.00-18.30 UTC
    RISM Session
    Chair: Balázs Mikusi (RISM Editorial Center, Frankfurt am Main)

    • Balázs Mikusi: News from the past two years
    • Bernhard Lutz (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Munich): Developments with the RISM online catalog
    • Laurent Pugin and Andrew Hankinson (RISM Digital Center, Bern): The new RISM Digital Center and a preview of the RISM Online platform

In addition, our RISM contributors will be presenting the following papers:

Thursday, July 29

  • 13.00-14.30 UTC: Finding aids for musical sources and books
    • Bin Han and YuanYuan Zhang (Shanghai Conservatory of Music)
      Historical development and current situation of the mainland Chinese music manuscripts collection
  • 15.00-16.30 UTC: Settling the Score: New Approaches to Inclusive Cataloguing and Metadata Applications
    • Arsinoi Ioannidou (RISM Greek Office, Athens), Maria Aslanidi (Ionian University, Corfu), and Aris Bazmadelis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
      Faceted vocabularies for Byzantine music-related authority metadata: the RISM-Muscat case
    • Emerson Morgan (Simmons University, Boston) and Christina Linklater (Harvard University, Cambridge)
      Issues in transcription of Modan Mohan Barmaṇa’s Satī ki kalaṅkinī

Friday, July 30

  • 17:00-18:00 UTC: Three RISM Initiatives in North America: Regional session presented by IAML-US and CAML
    Please register for this session separately using this form. It is also for this RISM session, despite the form’s title.
    • John G. Lazos (Independent Musicologist), Katie Buehner (University of Iowa), Hang Nguyen (University of Iowa), David Walter Floyd (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
      This session provides an overview of three RISM initiatives in North America, showing the importance of local and national contributions towards an international organization that plays a crucial role in the advancement of music research.


Serie A/I; Serie B, Band VIII, Teil 1 & 2; Serie C
Serie B (mit Ausnahme von Band VIII, Teile 1 und 2))
Serie A/II CD-ROM (beendet 2008)
Serie A/II (vor 2006)
Series A/II (nach 2006)