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Music, Cultural Rights and Social Change
Acts of the World Forum on Music, Los Angeles, 2005
Published in 2007

Calypso as an Instrument of Social Justice
Published in 2007
In September 2003, the International Music Council has embarked upon a project to research and document calypso music, with a focus on Trinidad and Tobago. The publication will assess the social justice dimension of Calypso to explore the extent to which the lyrics and work of Calypso artist Dr. Francisco Slinger - known as Mighty Sparrow - have contributed both to the development of this musical genre and to the demand for fairness and the respect of cultural rights and human dignity. The publication is funded by the Ford Foundation and contains a set of commissioned essays that range from historical surveys and analysis of song texts to first-person accounts, along with a discography as well as conclusions of a roundtable that took place under the same title on June 30, 2004 in Sao Paulo, during the World Culture Forum.

"THE PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF MUSICAL DIVERSITY"
Published in 2006
Study carried out for UNESCO. Principal Investigator: Richard Letts.
Report and Appendices

Guide to Pan-African Cultural Markets, Professional Networks, and Resource Institutions
(on-line publication, 2003)
The Guide, partially funded by the African Marketplace Inc, UNESCO and Cultural Engineering LLC, consists of a brief description and contact information for thousands of Festivals, Cultural Markets, Professional Networks, and Research Resources all either part of the African Diaspora or demonstrating a strong emphasis on Pan-African Arts and Culture. The Guide covers fashion, literature, media, music and the performing arts, cultural tourism, visual arts and related multidisciplinary activities.
This Guide is hoped to be very useful to the professionals and institutions interested in African artistic and cultural expressions. It will help partnering organizations such as UNESCO provide Pan-African cultural entrepreneurs with an opportunity to have a powerful resource tool at their fingertips. The production of this Guide is a key step in the mapping of Pan-African cultural markets as it contents touches on Cultural Markets from across the globe. The Guide provides an opportunity for Pan-African cultural entrepreneurs to have greater exposure to and hopefully increased participation in Pan-African Cultural Markets outside of their respective regions. Building partnerships and networks developed between Pan-African cultural entrepreneurs from various regions is an important first step towards achieving an African global village.

UMH Latin America
2003

Many Musics Conference
Papers presented at the conference held in conjunction with the IMC General Assembly, Montevideo, October 2003

Panamerican Forum on Music Education
Papers presented at the symposium of the VIIIth TRIMALCA, Mexico City, 2002

Music and Globalisation: A Guide to the Issues
Commissioned to Simon Mundy by the International Music Council. Paris, 2001
In English, French and Spanish under a single cover.

CALL FOR ACTION: The role of community music schools in promoting intercultural music education
Published by the IMC, December 2000

Women and musical creation
Papers presented at a Conference organised by the International Music Council and the Documentation Centre for Contemporary Music
UNESCO, March 7-8 1996
© Cdmc/CIM, Paris, March 2002
ISBN: 2-9516443-5
Published with the financial support of UNESCO. In English and French.

Creativity and Innovation in Tomorrow's Music
A compendium of papers presented at the International Conference held in conjunction with the 28th General Assembly of the International Music Council, Petra, Jordan, September 22-25 1999
Published with the financial support of The Noor Al Hussein Foundation, The National Music Conservatory. In English.

Young Performers' Careers
By Frans Wolfkamp. Summary of a study commissioned to the IMC by UNESCO
Bergen, 1998

Music for the 3rd Millennium
Commissioned to Frans Evers by the IMC
Published by the Royal Conservatory The Hague, 1998

La formación del músico profesional en América latina
Papers presented at an IMC-ISME seminar held in Salvador de Bahia, 1997

Rhythmic Music Education: Jazz, Rock, World Music
Papers presented at an IMC congress in Copenhagen, July 1996
Published by the Danish Music Council, 1996

VII TRIMALCA Seminario
Papers presented at the symposium of the VIIth TRIMALCA, Ibagué, Colombia
Published by the Colombian Music Council, 1995

Asian and Western Mutual Musical Influence
Papers presented at a symposium held in conjunction with the IMC General Assembly in Seoul, Korea, 1995
Published by the Korean Music Council, 1995

La música en un mundo en crisis: hacia el siglo XXI
Papers presented at the symposium of the VIth TRIMALCA
Published by the Argentinian Music Council, 1993

Les très riches heures de la musique en Afrique
By former IMC President Lupwishi Mbuyamba, published by the Royal Swedish Academy of Music, 1991

International Music Council 1949-1991
Edited by Herbert Sass and published by the German Music Council, 1991
Spanish version published in 1993 by the Spanish Music Council

 

IMC News Bulletin

The IMC News Bulletin was an internal communication tool intended to share information with members and partners. It contains information on members' activities, reports on IMC initiatives, news from the Board and the Secretariat, reports from Regional Music Councils, information on UNESCO programmes related to music.

History

The first "Information Bulletin" was published in June 1957 under the title "The world of music" featuring a key article by Yehudi Menuhin on "The music of the Orient and Western musicians". Over the past 50 years of its existence, IMC has issued several series of Newsletters/Information Bulletins. In April 1988, the IMC newsletter was launched under the name RESONANCE; it was transformed into a genuine magazine in 1996. After the 1995 General Assembly, in order to reply to members' requests for a more regular and internal information tool, the IMC Secretariat launched the current format of the IMC Newsletter. Since its first appearance in October 1995, 31 issues were published.

News Bulletins 2003-2005


English
April 20, 2005
December 18, 2004
April 29, 2004
May 28, 2003


French
April 20, 2005
December 18, 2004
April 29, 2004
Mai 28, 2003

Welcome

The International Music Council (IMC), founded in 1949 by UNESCO, is the world's largest network of organizations and  institutions working in the field of music. The International Music Council promotes access to music for all and the value of music in the lives of all peoples. Through its members and their networks, IMC has direct access to over 1000 organisations in some 150 countries and to 200 million persons eager to develop and share knowledge and experience on diverse aspects of musical life.

 

 

 

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