Norway / Norge

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Norway / Norge


Rosand, Frida, Fontes Artis Musicae


Board members serving until 18 April 2013 were:

Frida Rosand (NTNU), Leader

Randi Hansen (Tonsberg og Notteroy bibliotek), Treasurer

Ann Kunish (Deichmanske bibliotek), Secretary

Board members:

Signe Marie Steensland (NRK)

Ingrid Romarheim Haugen (National Library)

Bjornar Bruket (Rockheim)

Olav Nilsen (Stavanger bibliotek)

Following the elections on 18 April, the new board is:

Frida Rosand (NTNU), Leader

Signe Marie Steensland (NRK), Treasurer

Ingrid Romarheim Haugen (National Library), Secretary

Board Members:

Bjornar Bruket (Rockheim)

Olav Nilsen (Stavanger bibliotek)

Knut Tore Abrahamsen (Tonsberg og Notteroy bibliotek)

Margrethe Bue (National Library)

The association has 74 members, 31 of whom are individual members. (31 Dec. 2013)

The board held six meetings during the year. The main activities of the association over the year are listed below.

Board meeting at The Norwegian Library Association--29 January

The board visited The Norwegian Library Association in connection with efforts to continue the database Sangindex, to improve the database Biblioteksok and the work with the legal deposit of sound recordings to the National Library.

Nordic/Baltic Music Library conference--18-19 April

Eighteen members participated in the Nordic/Baltic music library conference in Stockholm. The Norwegian Music Library association supported this conference economically.

Annual meeting--18 April

The annual meeting was held in Stockholm in connection with the Nordic/Baltic conference.

Meeting--26 November

We arranged a meeting at the National Library. National Library lawyer Espen Soyland

Bakjord lectured on copyright and music, with emphasis on printed music.

Projects

* At the meeting on 10 September, the Board was visited by Sveinung Rindal and Kai Eggert from WiMP, a music streaming service. …

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