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Findings from a survey on local music collecting and collections in Canadian libraries
Local music holds tangible meaning in the form of evidence of historical events, development of musical practices, documentation technologies, cultural artefacts, It also holds intangible meaning in the form of associations ...
Collecting Local Music in Canadian Libraries: A National Survey
(Canadian Association of Music Libraries, 2018-05-31)
Local music artifacts are often unpublished or independently produced, making them difficult to collect. Local music collectors in libraries may encounter barriers in obtaining and preserving them. This has resulted in a ...
Sounds of Home: Local Music Collections & Collecting in Canada
(Concordia University Library's 16th Annual Research Forum, 2018-04-27)
This presentation describes a multi-year SSHRC-funded research study on local music collecting: Sounds of Home: Exploring Local Music Collections and Collecting in Canada. Our research presents a significant opportunity ...
Local Music Collecting in Canadian Cultural Heritage Institutions: A Summary of Recent Research
English abstract: Local music provides evidence of community norms and insight into broader historical and cultural contexts. Collections of local music represent delimited geographic regions through documentary artifacts ...
Local Music Collections and Collecting in Canada
This dataset results from an online survey of Canadian libraries who have local music collections. The survey was conducted from May 3, 2018 to May 22, 2018. The purpose and objectives of the survey were to understand the ...
Local Music Collections in Cultural Heritage Institutions: A Qualitative Systematic Review
(Fontes Artis Musicae, 2018)
Artifacts of local music scenes are increasingly being collected and documented in cultural heritage institutions such as libraries, archives, and museums. Managing local music materials requires specialisation that falls ...