Minutes for the Council Meeting: On Sunday 24 July at 14.00 and Thursday 28 July at 16.00

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Minutes for the Council Meeting: On Sunday 24 July at 14.00 and Thursday 28 July at 16.00


Present: (at both sessions unless otherwise indicated by I or II)

Kathryn Adamson, IAML Treasurer; Thomas Aigner, President Austrian Branch; Tsuneko Arakawa, observer (II); Jon Bagues, Co-Chair Working Group on Access to Music Archives; Antonio Baldassare, RIdIM (II); Peter Baxter, observer (II); Zdravko Blazekovi, RILM; Almut Boehme, observer (II); Bonna Boettcher, IAML-L List owner (I); Attilio Bottegal, observer (II); Katrin Braun, observer (II); Kitty Buckley, observer (II); Maureen Buja, Editor of Fontes Artis Musicae; Sarah Burn, observer (II); Jolanta Byczkowska-Sztaba, observer (II); Maira Canzonieri, observer (II); Kerstin Carpvik, observer; Jim Cassaro, observer; Richard Chesser, Chair Constitution Committee and President UK-Ireland Branch; H. Robert Cohen, RIPM; Anne-Marie Comte, observer; Marta Crippa, observer (I); Mary Davidson, observer; David Day, Chair Bibliography Commission; Nienke de Boer, observer; Jurgen Diet, observer (II); Stefan Domes, observer (I); Carolyn Dow, observer (II); Jantien Dubbeldam; President Dutch Branch; Johan Eeckeloo, IAML Vice-President and Belgian representative; Boel Enbagen, observer (I); Stefan Engl, observer (II); Inger Enquist, Co-Chair Working Group on Access to Music Archives; Estela Escalada, observer (I); Eva Falkenstrom Svangard, observer (I); Cristina Farnetti, observer (I); Helen Faulkner, Chair Copyright Committee (I); Michael Fingerhut, observer (I); Roger Flury, IAML President; Gabriele Gamba, IAML Webmaster; Jorge Garcia, President Spanish Branch (I); Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi, IAML Previous Past-President; Brigitte Geyer, observer (I); Consuelo Giglio, observer (I); Julianna Gocza, President Hungarian Branch (II); Maria Luz Gonzalez-Pena, observer (II); Antony Gordon, IAML Vice-President and Chair of the Cataloguing Commission and Chair of the IT Committee; Jane Gottlieb, observer; Clemens Gresser, observer (I); Janneka Guise, President Canadian Branch; Joseph Hafner, observer (I); Susanne Haglund, observer; Allison Hall, observer (II); Ruth Harris, observer (I); Liz Hart, observer (II); Dominique Hausfater, observer (II); Ruth Hellen, observer; Berit Holth, observer (II); Stanislaw Hrabia, IAML Vice-President and President Polish Branch; Marguerite Iskenderian, observer (II); Andrew Justice, Chair Commission on Audio-Visual Materials (II); Thomas Kalk, observer; Masakata Kanazawa; President Japanese Branch (II); Claire Kidwell, observer (I); Benjamin Knysak, RIPM (II); Hanneke Kuiper, Chair Public Libraries Branch (I); Jutta Lambrecht, IAMLVice-President and Chair of Publications Committee; Laurence Languin, President French Branch (II); Tamara Lapteva, observer (II); Ann Le Lay, observer; Deborah Lee, observer (II); Thomas Leibnitz, observer (II); Andreas Linne, observer (II); Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie, RILM; Karen McAulay, observer (I); Jerry McBride, President MLA; Brian McMillan, observer; Inger-Mari Malm, observer (I); Anne Mees, observer (II); Ann Kersting Meuleman, observer (II); Balazs Mikusi, observer (II); Francoise Molitor, observer (II); Lena Nettelbladt, observer (I); Jurg Obrecht, observer (I); Andreas Odenkirchen, observer (II); Geraldine Ostrove, Editor of Recent Publications; Daniel Paradis, observer (I); Anna Pensaert, observer (II); Zuzana Petraskova, observer (II); Caroline Philpott, observer (II); Emilia Rassina, President Russian Branch; Rupert Ridgewell, Chair of the Working Group on Access to Performance Ephemera (I); Federica Riva, President Italian Branch; John H. Roberts, IAML Previous Past-President; Lothar Roehr, observer (I); Amelie Roper, observer (I); Simon Schmidt, observer; Evabritt Selen, observer (I); Martie Severt, IAML Past President; Pia Shekhter, IAML Secretary General and Chair of Libraries in Music Teaching Institutions Branch; Astrid Smith, observer (I); Laura Snyder, observer (II); Edith Speller, observer (II); Roy Stanley, observer (I); Siren Steen, President Norwegian Branch (II); Annika Stemshorn, observer; Geoff Thomason, Chair Commission on Service and Training; Pam Thompson, IAML Previous Past-President (II); Yasuko Todo, observer; Judy Tsou, observer (I); Niamh Tumelty, observer (II); Carolin Unger, observer (I); Patrice Verrier, observer (II); Lucinda Walls, observer (II); Hartmut Walravens, observer (I); Barbara Wiermann, President German Branch (II); Agneta Wihlstrand, observer (I). …

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