46ª Conferencia de la Association for Recorded Sound Collections

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Los días 16-19 de mayo se llevará a cabo  la 46 ª Conferencia anual de ARSC (Association for Recorded Sounds Collections). Organizado por la Eastman School of Music, las conferencias tendrán lugar en el Rochester Riverside Radisson, situado en las orillas del río Genessee y en el corazón de la ciudad de Rochester (Nueva York). Habrá un workshop pre-conferencia que se celebrará el Miércoles, 16 de mayo 2012, sobre copyrigth y grabaciones sonoras.
La Association for Recorded Sounds Collections es una organización sin ánimo de lucro dedicada a la preservación y estudio de grabaciones de sonido de todos los géneros, de la música y la palabra, en todos los formatos y de todas las épocas. ARSC reúne a particulares, profesionales e instituciones con un interés común en el sonido grabado.
En la web oficial del Congreso está disponible programa de la Conferencia y los resúmenes de las intervenciones, que versarán sobre:

  • IN A GENESEE GROOVE: CULTURE, INDUSTRY AND RECORDED SOUND IN ROCHESTER
    • Flour/Flower Power: Rochester’s Music from Jenny Lind to George Eastman. Gerry Szymanski, Sibley Music Library, Eastman School of Music
    • The Flowering of the Phonograph in the Flower City. Tim Fabrizio
    • Howard Hanson on Record Uncle Dave Lewis, Uncle Dave Archive
  • ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: JAZZ
    • From Discards to Discography: An Independent Perspective on Benny Goodman’s Career. David Jessup
    • Miles Davis and Gil Evans: The “Adagio” of Spanish Afromodernism. Kevin Fullerton, University of Kansas
    • The Flute in Jazz: From Feathery Breezes to Whirlwinds of Sound. Cary Ginell, Origin Jazz Library
  • ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: FOLK
    • The collector and the recordist: a new theoretical framework for methodologies of sound recording. Deirdre Ni Chonghaile, University of Notre Dame
    • The Kenneth Goldstein Collection at The University of Mississippi. Greg Johnson, University of Mississippi
    • From Pole-Cats to Cowboy Fiddlers: Following “Maiden’s Prayer” in Music and Sound to Reveal the Sculpting of an American Sound. Joe Weed, Highland Publishing
  • ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: MORE THAN MUSIC
    • Audio Landscapes: Exploring Interdisciplinary Environmental Podcasting with CoHearence. Andrew Mark, Amanda Di Battista, York University, Toronto
    • Charles Taze Russell: Mixed Media in the Stone Age of Media. Uncle Dave Lewis, Uncle Dave Archive
    • Project South: The Civil Rights Movement in Sound. Franz Kunst, Stanford University
  • ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: POP
    • My Black Mama: The Influence and Significance of Son House Records. Daniel Beaumont, University of Rochester
    • A Window of Opportunity: A Convergence of Styles, Performers and Technicians at Sigma Sound Studios. Toby Seay, Drexel University
    • Reordered Listening: Studying the Remix and its Effects on the Consumption of Music. Sheena Hyndman, York University
  • ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: FILM
    • The Coroner’s Report – Dissecting the Decisions Facing Film Sound Preservation. Bob Heiber, Chace by Deluxe
    • Music is Where You Find It: Jukebox Shorts of the 1940s. Mark Cantor, Celluloid Improvisations / Las Virgenes
    • Phonographs and Music Machines in Silent and Early Sound Films. Philip Carli, University of Rochester
  • INSOURCING: HOW WE DO IT
    • An Historical Survey of the Eastman Audio Archive. David Peter Coppen, Sibley Music Library, Eastman School of Music
    • Developing a Media Preservation Program at Indiana University Bloomington. Mike Casey, Indiana University, Bloomington
    • The Return of the Belfer Audio Archive. Patrick J. Midtlyng, Jenny Doctor, Syracuse University
  • IMAGE PERMANENCE INSTITUTE
    • From Media Stability Research to Sustainable Preservation Strategies. Jim Reilly and John-Louis Bigourdan, Image Permanence Institute
  • ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: TEXAS
    • Texas Label 78s: 25 Genres in 25 Minutes. Bill McClung
    • Gentlemen in the White Hats: The KMBC-CBS Texas Rangers. Sandy Rodriguez, Kelley Martin, University of Missouri-Kansas City
    • Tex-Mex Recording Pioneers. Alex LaRotta, University of Texas, San Marcos
  • ISSUES IN COLLECTIONS
    • A Digital File-Based System for Audio Recording, Access, and Preservation. Konrad Strauss, Indiana University
    • Accessing the Florida Folklife Collection with Omeka. William Chase, State Archives of Florida
  • ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
    • Audio Recordings: Sources for History of South-Slavic Nations. Dragoljub (David) Pokrajac, Delaware State University
    • Archiving and Preserving the Endangered Archives of the Twentieth-Century Iranian Performing Arts. Jane Lewisohn, SOAS, University of London
    • The German 78RPM Record Label Book. Dr. Rainer E. Lotz
  • TECHNICAL COMMITTEE SESSION
    • Making The Case: Why Audio Preservation Can’t Wait
  • WORTHY OF ARSC MEMBERSHIP?
    • Heads Or Tails? – The Experimental Acoustical Optical Sound Recordings Of Sven Berglund, Ca. 1921. Bob Heiber, Chace By Deluxe
    • R/em>emembering Juergen Grundheber: Archivist/Pirate. Gary Thalheimer, Gary Thal Music
    • Eli Oberstein: And By His Lawsuits We Shall Know. Him David J. Diehl
  • PRESERVATION ISSUES
    • An Update On Audio Projects From The Federal Agencies Audio-Visual Working Group. Chris Lacinak, Audiovisual Preservation Solutions
    • Our Housing For Cracked Phonograph Discs.  Brandon Burke, Stanford University
    • Sound Preservation 2.0: Non-Av Primary Source Materials In Recorded Sound Collections.  Ann Marie Willer, Mit; Alice Carli, Eastman School Of Music
  • EVENING FILM SCREENING
    • Celluloid Improvisations: An Evening Of Jazz And Popular Music On Film. Presented By Mark Cantor
  • COLLECTORS’ ROUNDTABLE
  • NATIONAL NEWS AND DEVELOPMENTS
    • Important Copyright Developments. Tim Brooks
    • Report On The Library Of Congress National Recording Preservation Plan. Gene Deanna, Library Of Congress; Brenda Nelson-Strauss, Indiana University
    • Report On Research And Testing Of Audiovisual Media At The Library Of Congress Fenella France, Library Of Congress
    • The 1880s Speak: Recent Developments In Archeophony. Patrick Feaster, Indiana University, Bloomington
  • ARTISTS & REPERTOIRE: WWII
    • Uncle Sam And Aunt Beeb: American Roots Music On The Bbc. Roberta Freund Schwartz, University Of Kansas
    • East Coast Connections. Jay Bruder
    • Early Dance-Band Vocals By The Great American Tenor “Pinky Pearl”. Emil R. Pinta, Ohio State University
  • NOTHING SOUNDS LIKE TAPE
    • Magnetic Tape Stability: Interviews With Representatives Of Former Tape Manufacturers Dietrich. Schüller, Phonogrammarchiv, Austrian Academy Of Sciences 
    • Selective Hydrolysis Of BackCoated Tapes: The Annapolis Sounds Experience. Charles A Richardson, Richardson Records
  • ARTISTS & REPERTOIRES: CLASSICAL MUSIC
    • Beyond Bebop: Contemporary Classical Music On Dial Records. D.J. Hoek, Northwestern University
    • Serge Koussevitzky And The Boston Symphony Orchestra, 1928-1950: A Recorded Legacy. Dennis Rooney
    • The Other Great Dane: Helge Rosvaenge, A 40th Anniversary Tribute. Gary A. Galo, Suny At Potsdam
    • The Symphonies Of Joseph Haydn: Compiling The First Complete Discography. Alex Mcgehee
  • RECONSTRUCTING THE PAST
    • Assessing A Disc Collection: The National Library Of France’s 78-Rpm Record Collection. Xavier Loyant, Bibliothèque Nationale de France
    • The 35mm Record. Fad Tom Fine
    • A New Story On An Old Subject: The Paradise Cylinders. Frans Jansen, Wanadoo, Netherlands
    • Exploring The Evolution Of Electric Recording Through The Studios Of Rca Victor 1925-1950 Nicholas Bergh, Endpoint Audio Labs

Más información en la web de la Association for Recorded Sounds Collections

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