RISM at the IAML 2022 Congress (Prague, Czech Republic)
The annual congress of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres will take place from 24–29 July 2022 in Prague, Czech Republic.
RISM is involved in the following sessions:
Tuesday, 26 July
Two-part workshop on Muscat, RISM’s cataloging program for documenting musical sources. Muscat is a web-based, platform-independent, and open-source program that is available free of charge. By the end of the workshops, participants will be equipped to begin their own RISM cataloging projects at their institutions. Space is limited. Please register by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
RISM Workshop 1: Muscat basics
The first part of the Muscat workshop will focus on basic Muscat editing skills for librarians and how to cataloging music manuscripts in Muscat. RISM encourages librarians to include music manuscripts from any time period up to the present and printed music until ca. 1900, as well as libretti and treatises.
RISM Workshop 2: Continuation
This course will continue the skills learned in the morning’s RISM Workshop 1. We will practice cataloging manuscript collections and go into some of the details of cataloging printed music. Basic knowledge of Muscat is required, either from the morning session or participation in a previous Muscat workshop.
Friday, 29 July
9.00–10.30 RISM Open Session
Chair: Balázs Mikusi (RISM Zentralredaktion, Frankfurt am Main)
Speakers will be announced.
Commission Mixte (closed)
Saturday, 30 July
The RISM Editorial Center is hosting a RISM Day on Saturday, 30 July 2022, directly following the IAML Congress, at the National Library in Prague. RISM Day is open to anyone, whether registered for the IAML Congress or not. There is no registration fee for RISM Day but space is limited. All those interested should register in advance for the RISM Day by sending a message to email@example.com.
Moderation: Balázs Mikusi
- Opening address (Klaus Pietschmann)
- Describing sources internationally – experiences from 30 years (Klaus Keil)
- An overview of the activities of the Czech working group and its publication series of thematic catalogues (Zuzana Petrášková and Eliška Šedivá)
- Report from the Project Group on RISM Series C (Aris Bazmadelis)
- 10:30 Coffee break
- Cataloging printed editions for RISM – an overview (Jennifer Ward)
- [s. d.], or some thoughts on the challenges of dating printed editions (Martin Bierwisch)
- 12:00 Lunch buffet (provided for all participants)
- Latest news about the RISM OPAC (Jürgen Diet and Bernhard Lutz)
- RISM Online – presentation & open discussion (Andrew Hankinson and Laurent Pugin)
- RISM’s new incipit project (Balázs Mikusi and Laurent Pugin)
- Muscat Coffee Hour “Live” (Jennifer Ward and Rodolfo Zitellini)
- 15:30 Farewell