13th International RIdIM Conference & 1st Brazilian Conference on Music Iconography

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Enhancing Music Iconography research:
Considering the current, setting new trends
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Dear Colleagues,

Welcome to the website of the 13th International Conference of the Répertoire International d’Iconographie Musicale (RIdIM) and the 1st Brazilian Conference on Music Iconography.
In these webpages we hope that you find all the information required to ensure that you have a good experience of the conference. This includes cultural information, maps, travel advice as well as hints and tips to enhance your stay in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.

General Invitation

We are honoured to invite you to participate in the 13th International Conference of the Répertoire International d’Iconographie Musicale (RIdIM) and the 1st Brazilian Conference on Music Iconography entitled Enhancing music iconography research: considering the current, setting new trends. The conference will be hosted by the RIdIM-Brazil Commission Mixte and the Federal University of Bahia in Salvador, Bahia (Brazil) in July 2011 through the joint efforts of the RIdIM Commission Mixte and the RIdIM-Brazil Commission Mixte.

About RIdIMThe Répertoire International d’Iconographie Musicale (RIdIM) is an international project sponsored by the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centers (IAML), the International Musicological Society (IMS), and the International Committee of Musical Instrument Museum Collections (CIMCIM) of the International Council of Museums (ICOM).
RIdIM was founded on 26 August 1971, during the meeting of IAML in St. Gall (Switzerland) on the initiative of Barry S. Brook, Geneviève Thibault Comtesse de Chambure, Harald Heckmann, Howard Meyer Brown and Walter Salmen. Since then RIdIM has been envisioned to fulfil a dual role: to provide control over and access to iconographic sources related to music, and to function as a framework for their interpretation. Thus, the main objective of RIdIM is the development of methods, means and research centres for the classification, cataloguing and study of iconographical sources related to music and to organise, promote and support research on music iconography. It is also designed to assist performers, historians, librarians, instrument makers, record manufacturers and book publishers in making the fullest use of visual materials for scholarly and practical purposes.
More information at http://www.ridim.org/

About RIdIM-Brazil RIdIM-Brazil was founded in Salvador, Bahia, in February 2008, establishing its first national Commission Mixte and Reference Center on Brazilian Music Iconography at the Federal University of Bahia.

RIdIM-Brazil is the representative of RIdIM international in Brazil, responsible for cataloguing musical iconography throughout Brazil.
RIdIM-Brazil deals with methods and principles of cataloguing documents of musical iconographic interest and also helps to disseminate information on music iconography research.
RIdIM-Brazil links researchers, professionals and technicians as nominated by its supporting institutions. It provides services for the identification and cataloguing of information relating to music iconography as well as support for and the dissemination of research in this area.

More information at http://www.ridim-br.mus.ufba.br/ (in Portuguese only)

Call for papersThe call for papers will be published on February 1, 2010. For updated information, click here or on the corresponding menu option (call for papers).

 

Conference Registration and fees To register please click here or on the corresponding menu option (Registration).

How to submit (or evaluate) a paper Abstracts (or evaluations) should be provided via this Intranet link (or the one on the menu).

Hints and Tips... and related links 'The links provide further useful information. Please take some time to visit them.

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July 20-22, 2011 - Salvador (Bahia), Brazil