Annual Meeting of the Collaborative Project on Chinese Music Resources in Shanghai

We have received the following from Tzu-Chia Tseng of the RISM Chinese-Language Region:

2018/12: RISM-CLR held the annual meeting of the Collaborative Project on Chinese Music Resources and a Muscat workshop in Shanghai

The Collaborative Project on Chinese Music Resources initiated by Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong is now in its seventh year. The annual meeting for 2018 was hosted by the Shanghai Conservatory of Music December 2nd-5th. In addition to the routine work reports, the organizers also invited 14 scholars, librarians and staff from Conservatories of Music or music-related institutions in China to attend the conference in order to prepare the training of more specialized skills needed for music collections in the Chinese-language region.

In the conference, Prof. HUANG Chun-Zen, a member of RISM-CLR, combed the history of Western archival work through the central idea of RISM, with the theme of “what exists” and “where it can be found,” and shared thoughts on how to follow international standards and apply them to archival works of Chinese music literature. HAN Bin explained the preservation of Chinese music literature through a review of the project at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music since 2011. HUANG Hsin-Ying also introduced the work of the Taiwan Music Institute to promote the preservation, research and promotion of Taiwan music literature in recent years.

RISM-CLR also launched two new books: Guidelines for Music Paper-based Archive Processing and Preservation written by TSENG Tzu-Chia and HAN Bin, and the Chinese version of Folklife & Fieldwork edited by American Folklife Center of Library of Congress and translated by CHIANG Chiao-Wen. These two books can be used as a reference for those who are interested in engaging in music archival work in the future.

As an invited representative of the conference, Jennifer Ward introduced the RISM organization, working groups’ operation and cataloging methods to participants. She was also invited to give a Muscat workshop the next day. This is the fourth Muscat workshop held by RISM in Asia. Through the help of RISM-CLR, we hope that more people in the Chinese-language region can understand RISM’s current work and enable more Chinese music literature to be shared.

 

 

2018/12 RISM華語區工作小組於上海召開華人音樂文獻集藏計畫會議暨Muscat工作坊

2012年,由兩岸三地共同發起之華人音樂文獻集藏計畫,至今已邁向第七年。今(2018)年由上海音樂學院主辦,於122-5日舉行之年度會議,結合該院亞歐音樂研究中心、賀綠汀中國音樂高等研究院等單位,除例行之工作回顧與檢討,同時擴大邀請中國各地共14位音樂藝術院校與文獻典藏相關人員與會,一方面展現計畫成果,也為下一步培養華語地區音樂檔案保存與維護人才之計畫預做準備。

工作小組成員,臺師大音樂數位中心主任黃均人於計畫會議中以「存在」與「所在」為題,透過RISM的中心理念,梳理西方音樂檔案工作的歷史,並思考如何依循國際間慣行標準以執行華人音樂文獻之檔案建設;上音圖書館副研究員韓斌則透過該校自2011年來至今的計畫工作回顧,例證了中國音樂文獻的保存工作;臺灣音樂館助理研究員黃馨瑩也在會議上針對該館近年推動臺灣音樂史料保存、研究與推廣的各項工作進行介紹。

會議中同時發表了今年10月甫出版,由工作小組成員曾子嘉與韓斌合著之《音樂紙質文獻保存指南》,以及譯自美國國會圖書館美國民俗中心之田野工作手冊《民俗文化與田野工作》,此兩本實務性工具書可做為日後華語地區有志於從事音樂檔案工作之人員參考。

本次會議特邀RISM資深編輯Jennifer Ward訪滬,向與會人員介紹RISM組織、工作小組的運作與編目方式,期望未來能有更多華語地區的夥伴投入此工作;隔天,會議亦邀請Jennifer進行了一場Muscat實務工作坊,此為RISM於亞洲地區所舉辦的第四次Muscat工作坊,透過工作小組與即時翻譯的協助,希望讓更多的人員實際認識、瞭解並嘗試使用此資料庫系統,讓更多的音樂文獻得以共用。

在會議尾聲,本次籌辦人之一蕭梅教授與與會學者分別提出許多具體建議,特別是針對音樂文獻的編目、國際間標準的規範與依循、數位元化工作的實踐以及學術研究的應用與推廣等面向進行深入探討,讓與會者均獲益良多。

 

2018/12 RISM华语区工作小组于上海召开华人音乐文献集藏计划会议暨Muscat工作坊

2012年,由两岸三地共同发起之华人音乐文献集藏计划,至今已迈向第七年。今(2018)年由上海音乐学院主办,于122-5日举行之年度会议,结合该院亚欧音乐研究中心、贺绿汀中国音乐高等研究院等单位,除例行之工作回顾与检讨,同时扩大邀请中国各地共14位音乐艺术院校与文献典藏相关人员与会,一方面展现计划成果,也为下一步培养华语地区音乐档案保存与维护人才之计划预做准备。

工作小组成员,台师大音乐数位中心主任黄均人于计划会议中以「存在」与「所在」为题,透过RISM的中心理念,梳理西方音乐档案工作的历史,并思考如何依循国际间惯行标准以执行华人音乐文献之档案建设;上音图书馆副研究员韩斌则透过该校自2011年来至今的计划工作回顾,例证了中国音乐文献的保存工作;台湾音乐馆助理研究员黄馨莹也在会议上针对该馆近年推动台湾音乐史料保存、研究与推广的各项工作进行介绍。

会议中同时发表了今年10月甫出版,由工作小组成员曾子嘉与韩斌合着之《音乐纸质文献保存指南》,以及译自美国国会图书馆美国民俗中心之田野工作手册《民俗文化与田野工作》,此两本实务性工具书可做为日后华语地区有志于从事音乐档案工作之人员参考。

本次会议特邀RISM资深编辑Jennifer Ward访沪,向与会人员介绍RISM组织、工作小组的运作与编目方式,期望未来能有更多华语地区的伙伴投入此工作;隔天,会议亦邀请Jennifer进行了一场Muscat实务工作坊,此为RISM于亚洲地区所举办的第四次Muscat工作坊,透过工作小组与实时翻译的协助,希望让更多的人员实际认识、了解并尝试使用此数据库系统,让更多的音乐文献得以共享。

在会议尾声,本次筹办人之一萧梅教授与与会学者分别提出许多具体建议,特别是针对音乐文献的编目、国际间标准的规范与依循、数字元化工作的实践以及学术研究的应用与推广等面向进行深入探讨,让与会者均获益良多。

 

 

 

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