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Slovakia / Slovensko


Kucianova, Anna, Fontes Artis Musicae


Membership

The Slovak National Branch of IAML is headed by the five-member Presidium of the Slovak National Branch of IAML elected at the Annual conference held in Kosice in September 2013: PhDr. Anna Kucianova, PhD. (Slovak National Library, Martin), President; Dr. Anna Zilkova, CSc. (Music Centre, Bratislava), Vicepresident; PaedDr. Martina Bozekova (Slovak National Library, Martin), Secretary; members of the Presidium Mgr. Viera Banicova (Povazska Library, Povazska Bystrica) and Ing. Maria PotocarovaRybaricova (Institute of Musicology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava). The activities of the Slovak National Branch of IAML were discussed in two meetings of the Presidium held in February and September 2013.

The Annual Conference of the Slovak National Branch of IAML was held on 23 September 2013 at the Jan Bocatius Public Library in Kosice, attended by 35 participants. The minutes of the conference are available on the Slovak National Branch of IAML website (www.skn.sk/Pzapisnice).

The Slovak National Branch of IAML had only institutional members in 2013: 14 international members (one new one this year), and 10 national members.

The biggest event of the national branch is our annual conference of music librarians, usually starting with an annual conference or a plenary session of the Slovak National Branch of IAML. The conference took place in Kosice in September and more details can be found in the report on the activities of the Public Libraries Commission of the Slovak National Branch of IAML. During the year, members of the Slovak National Branch of IAML also cooperate with other institutions that are members or nonmembers of the Branch but which deal with music issues in various fields, such as museums, galleries, archives and other institutions.

The Slovak National Branch of IAML closely cooperates with the Czech National Branch of IAML organizing various activities, including events, mutual visits, conferences.

The Slovak National Branch of IAML activities are focused mainly on R-projects--RISM, RILM, RIdIM and participates within two other commissions: the Public Libraries Commission of the Slovak National Branch of IAML and the Cataloguing and Bibliographic Commission of the Slovak National Branch of IAML.

RISM

There are two RISM working groups actively operating in Slovakia. Their activity consisted mainly in practical use and cataloguing historical music sources from Slovakia within the Kallisto program, and at the same time revising and supplementing bibliographic records for historical music sources, historical research in music, and collection analysis.

1. RISM working group, Bratislava, Slovak National Museum-Music Museum, Sigla SK-BRnm, on 22 May 2014 it registered 3595 bibliographic records in the Kallisto program. An increase of 63 records compared to the same period previous year. The professional activity of the working group focused on these historical music collections:

a. Bratislava-Ursuline convent music collection (MUS VII), Mgr. Lenka Antalova, PhD.

b. Pruske-Roman Catholic parish church music collection (MUS XXVI), PhDr. Zlatica Kendrova, PhD.

2. RISM working group, Bratislava, Faculty of Arts, Comenius University--The Department of Musicology (Mgr. Peter Martincek, Adriana Gressova, Margareta Jurkovicova) on 22 May 2014, it registered 1,059 bibliographic records from these historical music collections and sources:

a. Levoca--Levoca music collection, call number 13 992, Sigla SK-Le. 569 records, an increase of 352 records over last year

b. Kezmarok--Kezmarok convolute from the Lyceum Library, Sigla SKKE, 490 records, an increase of 379 records over last year.

On 22 May 2014, RISM in Slovakia registers total 6,937 bibliographic records in RISM.

Active participation in national and international conferences:

Mgr. Lenka Antalova, PhD. …

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