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RISM Conference 2012: Music Documentation in Libraries, Scholarship, and Practice

Monday, June 4, 2012

9:00 AM Conference registration opens

10:00 AM Opening Session
Room: Plenarsaal

Speakers: Representative from the Academy of Sciences and Literature (Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur), Mainz; president of the RISM Commission Mixte; representative from the Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz; representatives from the sponsoring organizations IAML and IMS
Musical performance: Trio Pleyel

11:00-11:30 AM Coffee break

11:30 AM Presentations: New Technological Methods and Approaches
Chair: Laurent Pugin, RISM Switzerland

Helmut Loos (University of Leipzig): Large-Scale Data Analysis in Historical Musicology: Potential and Opportunities (Massendatenauswertung in der historischen Musikwissenschaft. Möglichkeiten und Chancen)
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Peter Ackermann (Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts): Innovative Methods for Producing Catalogs of Works on the Basis of Sources Indexed in RISM Using the Example of G.P. da Palestrina (Innovative Verfahren zur Herstellung von Werkverzeichnissen auf der Basis der bei RISM nachgewiesenen Quellen am Beispiel G. P. da Palestrina)
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Niels Krabbe and Axel Teich Geertinger (Danish Center for Music Publication, Copenhagen): MEI (Music Encoding Initiative) as a Tool for Thematic Catalogs - Thoughts, Experiences, and Preliminary Results
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Daniel Röwenstrunk (Detmold/Paderborn): Prospects for Linking RISM and Edirom Online 
(Perspektiven für eine Verknüpfung von RISM und Edirom online)
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1:00-2:00 PM Lunch

Chair: Klaus Keil, RISM Zentralredaktion
Catherine Ferris
(RISM Ireland): RISM Activity in the UK and Ireland
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Sonja Tröster and Birgit Lodes (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna): Tracing Ludwig Senfl in Sixteenth-Century Sources: A Catalogue Raisonné in a Digital Environment
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Klaus Pietschmann (University of Mainz) and Christiane Wiesenfeldt (University of Hamburg): The MassDataBase (MDB) at the Institute of Musicology, Mainz (Die MessDatenBank (MDB) des Mainzer Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts)
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Jürgen Diet (Bavarian State Library, Munich): Searching the RISM Data in the Future: Improved Content-Based Searching and Linking to Other Data Sources
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Anne Graham and Deborah Pierce (University of Washington): RISM Data as Metadata for Digital Collections
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4:00-4:30 PM Coffee Break

Chair: Jürgen Diet (Bavarian State Library, Munich)
Eva Neumayr
(RISM Salzburg): Using Watermarks to Identify Related Sources
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Emanuel Wegner (Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna): Bernstein - The Memory of Paper: A Portal for Watermark Research
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Teresa M. Gialdroni (Italy): Clori, Archivio della cantata italiana: Current State of Progress and New Perspectives
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Laurent Pugin (RISM Switzerland): The Use of METS for Delivering Digital Objects together with RISM Catalog Records
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Peter van Kranenburg (Meertens Institute, Amsterdam), Geert-Jan Giezeman and Frans Wiering (University of Utrecht): An Alignment-Based Melodic Similarity Measure for RISM Incipits
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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

9:00-11:00 AM Workshop for RISM Country Groups
Creating Your Own Website within rism.info
Stephan Hirsch, Jennifer Ward (RISM Zentralredaktion), and Jörg Hambuch (Academy of Sciences and Literature, Mainz)
Room: Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche Klasse

9:00-11:00 AM Workshop for Students and Newcomers
RISM as a Research Tool: Introduction to Working with RISM
Martina Falletta and Alexander Marxen (RISM Zentralredaktion)
Room: Geisteswissenschaftliche Klasse

11:00-11:30 AM Coffee break

11:30 AM-1:00 PM RISM General Meeting
Chair: Klaus Keil

Public Presentation of RISM

(With members of the press)

Moderators: Klaus Keil (RISM Zentralredaktion), Gabriele Buschmeier (Academy of Sciences and Litarature, Mainz)

Christoph Meixner (Weimar): The Thuringian Regional Music Archive in Weimar: Thuringia's Musical Treasury as a Model Case (Das Thüringische Landesmusikarchiv Weimar. Die Musikschatzkammer Thüringens als Modellfall)

1:00-2:00 PM Lunch

Reports from the Work of RISM Country Groups
Chair: Christoph Wolff (President, RISM Commission Mixte)

Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi (URFM Italy): Music Manuscripts as a Special Case toward the Extension of Bibliographic Descriptive Standards for Unpublished Resources
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Undine Wagner (RISM Germany): Archives of Lay Musicians as Evidence of Church Music Practice in Thuringia: Holdings at the Thuringian Regional Music Archive and Cataloging for RISM (Adjuvantenarchive als Zeugnisse der Kirchenmusikpraxis in Thüringen. Bestände im Thüringischen Landesmusikarchiv und deren Katalogisierung für RISM)
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Antonio Ezquerro Esteban (RISM Spain): Cataloging Musical Sources: Spain and RISM. From Higinio Anglés to New Challenges
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Andrea Hartmann (RISM Germany): The Dresden RISM Office Partnering with Libraries and Archives: New Paths toward Collaboration with the SLUB Dresden (Kooperationen der RISM-Arbeitsstelle Dresden mit Bibliotheken und Archiven: Neue Wege in der Zusammenarbeit mit der SLUB Dresden)
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Heidi Heinmaa (National Library of Estonia): Musical Sources in Estonian Collections
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Hildegard Herrmann-Schneider (RISM Tyrol - South Tyrol & OFM Austria): "Die Musikbibliographie ist die Grundlage alles historischen Wissens." On Today's Relevance of Robert Eitner's Central Idea from 1898 ("Die Musikbibliographie ist die Grundlage alles historischen Wissens". Zur Aktualität von Robert Eitners Leitgedanken aus dem Jahre 1898 heute)
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3:30-4:00 PM Coffee break

Chair: Catherine Massip (Bibliothèque nationale de France)
Stefan Ikarus Kaiser
(RISM - Austrian Academy of Sciences): The Music Collection at Wilhering Abbey (Musiksammlung des Stiftes Wilhering)
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Annemarie Bösch-Niederer (RISM Austria-Vorarlberg): "… haben diese Klosterfrauen eine schöne Musicam von Stimmen und Instrumenten." On Music in Convents: New Discoveries from Vorarlberg, Austria (Zur Musik in Frauenklöstern – neue Funde aus Vorarlberg/A)
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Vjera Katalinic (RISM Croatia): Project RISM in Croatia: The Past Decade
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Helmut Lauterwasser (RISM Germany): On Disappearing in One Big Pot: Distinct Collections of Church Music in Large Libraries, Small Church Archives in the RISM Database (Über das Verschwinden im großen Topf. Geschlossene Kirchenmusiksammlungen in großen Bibliotheken - Kleine Kirchenarchive in der RISM-Datenbank)
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Mattias Lundberg (RISM Sweden): The Swedish Working Group of RISM in Relation to National and Regional Projects in Archival Research and Music Bibliography: Where to Go from Here?
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Franz Jürgen Götz
(RISM Germany): Musical Figures: The Transmission of Music Notation in the Visual Arts (Notenbilder – Überlieferung von musikalischer Notation in der bildenden Kunst)
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6:00 PM Light dinner

7:30 PM Concert

Members of Barock vokal and the Neumeyer Consort, directed by Felix Koch, will play works by Johann Christian Bach in arrangements by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giovanni Battista Bononcini, Arcangelo Corelli, Georg Friedrich Händel and Georg Philipp Telemann.

 

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

9:00 AM Full meeting, continued

Chair: Karl Wilhelm Geck (Sächsische Landesbibliothek – Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Dresden)

Steffen Voss (RISM Germany): The Instrumental Repertoire of the Dresden Court: A Report on the DFG Project at the SLUB Dresden (Das Instrumentalmusikrepertoire der Dresdner Hofkapelle – Ein Erfahrungsbericht über das DFG-Projekt an der SLUB Dresden)
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Laurence Decobert (RISM France): The Databases of RISM in France: Outlook and New Prospects (Le portail RISM France : contenu et perspectives)
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Metoda Kokole and Klemen Grabnar (RISM Slovenia): RISM in Slovenia in the Past Decade: Newly Cataloged Music Collections, Especially Early Seventeenth-Century Choirbooks
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Cheryl Martin (RISM Canada): Canadian Music Resources in RISM
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Ludmiła Sawicka (RISM Poland): The RISM Working Group at the Warsaw University Library and the Project to Catalog Old Dispersed Manuscripts of Silesian Origin, in Particular the Works of Johann Georg Clement (Wrocław, Warsaw and Krzeszów)
(Die RISM-Arbeitsgruppe in der Universitätsbibliothek zu Warschau und das Projekt Katalogisieren von alten zerstreuten Handschriften schlesischer Herkunft. Im Besonderen die Werke von Johann Georg Clement--Breslau, Warschau und Grüssau)
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10:30-11:00 AM Coffee break

Chair: Karl Wilhelm Geck (Sächsische Landesbibliothek – Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Dresden)

Emilia Rassina (RISM Russia): Current Work of RISM in Russia
This paper will be read in absentia by Jennifer Ward (RISM Zentralredaktion)
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Beatriz Magalhaes Castro (University of Brasilia): RISM Brazil in Relation to Ibero-American RISM Projects: A Contextual Problem in Cross-Cultural Reference and Information Retrieval
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John G. Lazos
(Canada/Mexico): A Portrait of the Composer José Antonio Gómez: Encountering Independent Mexico through New Technologies
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Alina Mądry (Poland): A Collection of Music Manuscripts from the Archive of the Archdiocese in Poznań (St. Maria Magdalena Collegiate Church)
(Eine Sammlung von Musikhandschriften aus dem Archiv der Erzdiözese in Posen: Die Stiftskirche von St. Maria Magdalena)
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1:00-2:00 PM Lunch

Chair: Martina Falletta, RISM Zentralredaktion

Stanislav Oustachev (Russia, Glinka Museum Moscow): The RISM Project at the Glinka Museum

Jaime Quevedo (Columbia): Music Documentation, Identification and Characterization: A Challenge to Catalog and Become Acquainted with the Musical Heritage of Columbia
This paper will be read in absentia by Cristina Urchueguía (RISM Switzerland).
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Hyun Kyung Chae (Music Research Institute, Ewha Womans University - RISM South Korea): Establishing a Database of East Asian Music Educational Materials from the “Modern Era” [近代] as a Foundation for the Cultural Study of Music
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Sarah Adams (RISM US): Update on the US Working Group
This paper will be read in absentia by Jennifer Ward (RISM Zentralredaktion)

3:30-4:30 PM Closing discussion