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Bulletin Nr 30 French


BULLETIN D'INFORMATION
Numéro 30
Décembre 2004

EDITORIAL   Chers membres du CIM,

En cette fin d'année 2004, le Secrétariat du CIM de Paris, est fier de vous présenter le nouveau format de son Bulletin d'information, vous offrant une présentation de différentes activités conséquentes et pertinentes de la communauté du CIM.

Cette année, couronnée de succès, a été riche en activités pour le Secrétariat du CIM et ce que nous avons été amené à réaliser n'a pu se faire sans votre contribution et nous tenons à sincèrement vous en remercier.
De nombreux rendez-vous nous attendent en 2005 tels que le Forum mondial de la musique et l'Assemblée générale du CIM. Nous espérons que vous répondrez tous présents et en attendant nous vous souhaitons de joyeuses fêtes de fin d'année et beaucoup de réussite dans vos activités à venir.

Le secrétariat du CIM.
1 octobre 2004:
Célébrations de la Journée internationale de la musique à Paris

Répétition pour le concert du soir

Table ronde:
"Le Jazz à Paris dans les années 60: les années d'or"
 I. Nouvelles du Secrétariat du CIM
La deuxième réunion du Bureau exécutif du CIM s'est tenue cette année les 16 et 17 octobre 2004 à Paris. -
continuer
Le CIM a soumis ses commentaires et recommandations auprès de l'UNESCO pour qu'ils soient pris en considération dans l'élaboration de la version finale du Rapport préliminaire sur l'avant-projet de Convention internationale sur la protection de la diversité des contenus culturels et des expressions artistiques. -
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Nous avons le plaisir de vous annoncer la nomination de Mme Erica Eyrich, au poste de Secrétaire général adjoint du CIM. -
continuer
Resonance, la publication du CIM a pris désormais une nouvelle dimension. Nous sommes actuellement en train d'explorer plusieurs options pour le financement et le développement de Resonance pour en faire un outil de défense pour la promotion des droits culturels avec comme thème principal la diversité musicale. -
continuer
Le Forum asiatique de la musique 2004 - une consultation régionale en vue de la préparation du Forum mondial de la musique 2005 de Los Angeles - s'est tenu à Manille aux Philippines, du 17 au 20 novembre 2004. -
continuer
Une équipe renforcée au Secrétariat du CIM à Paris. -
continuer
La Tribune internationale des compositeurs sera de nouveau accueillie à Vienne en 2005. -
continuer


 
 II. Nouvelles de nos membres

NEWS FROM REGIONAL COUNCILS

Conseil européen de la musique - continuer
Conseil de la musique des Amériques - continuer


NOUVELLES DES MEMBRES


Comités Nationaux
Australie: En collaboration avec le Comité national de la musique d'Australie, et en partie grâce à ses efforts, une revue nationale sur les écoles d'éducation musicale est en cours de réalisation … - continuer
Belgique: Créé en 1981, le Conseil de la Musique de la Communauté française de Belgique a pour vocation de faire connaître, partager et apprécier l'extraordinaire vitalité du monde musical en Wallonie et à Bruxelles. - continuer
Mexique: L'éducation en général, l'éducation musicale et le développement des moyens de communication, ont été les thèmes récurrents ces dernières années en Amérique Latine. Afin d'aborder leur évolution et les inquiétudes qui peuvent en découler, le COMUS a organisé le Forum Panaméricain sur l'éducation … - continuer
Pays-Bas: Projet Entramus: Réseau pour les écoles de musique/l'éducation musicale concernant la musique traditionnelle. - continuer
Norvège: Le Comité Norvégien de la Musique continue à se pencher sur le thème de la diversité musicale. Lors de sa dernière réunion, le Comité a débattu de la nécessité de poursuivre des recherches dans le domaine de la production et la diffusion musicale.… - continuer
Serbie et Monténégro: La version anglaise du numéro 24 du magazine international " Music New Sound " est désormais disponible … - continuer
Espagne: Le Conseil de la musique d'Espagne a inauguré le 23 octobre 2004, son nouveau siège social dans la Ville de Sitges … - continuer
Suisse: Dans le but de renforcer son influence sur les politiques fédérales et de resserrer les liens entre les membres des Conseils fédéraux et les institutions de la vie musicale suisse…- continuer
Royaume-Uni: Durant l'année 2004, le Comité national de la musique du Royaume-Uni (NMC) a concentré ses efforts sur la création d'un Plan de Développement pour les personnes travaillant dans l'industrie musicale. … - continuer

Organisations internationales
Société Arthur Rubinstein: Le 11ème concours international de Piano Arthur Rubinstein se tiendra du 28 mars au 14 avril 2005 à Tel Aviv et Eilat en Israël … - continuer
AEC: Une nouvelle initiative européenne unique dans le domaine de l'éducation et la formation musicale a été élaborée sous le nom de " Polifonia ", réseau thématique de musique…- continuer
CIA: La 57ème coupe internationale pour accordéonistes qui a eu lieu à Pontarlier en France, fut remportée par Alexander Selivanov …. - continuer
CIME: Les concerts de la CIME, organisés par des Fédérations nationales dans leur pays, se multiplient durant ces prochains mois - continuer
CIOFF: 3ème Folkloriada mondiale du CIOFF …. - continuer
EFA: Sa principale mission est de promouvoir la nécessité de l'existence des festivals et l'importance de leurs rôles au sein de la coopération culturelle internationale…. - continuer
FIMC: En janvier 2005, la FIMC organisera, en collaboration avec nombreux partenaires, un événement de grande envergure de musique chorale au Congo …. - continuer
IASJ: L'association internationale des écoles de Jazz (IASJ) est une organisation internationale oeuvrant pour la promotion des valeurs essentielles du jazz … - continuer
FMCIM: La revue annuelle 2005 de la Fédération mondiale des concours internationaux de musique est désormais disponible … - continuer
ISME: La Société internationale pour l'éducation musicale (ISME) a célébré son 50e anniversaire à Tenerife, dans les îles Canaries en Juillet dernier, dans le cadre de sa Conférence mondiale … - continuer
JMI: ExTEND Visions - un premier pas vers une voix unifiée sur les questions relatives à la musique en Europe …- continuer
MICA: fut le partenaire principal du projet de "Navigateur européen de musique"(European Music Navigator) (www.musicnavigator.org) financé par le programme " Culture 2000 "… - continuer

Organisations régionales
ECPNM: L'Union européenne des organisateurs de musique nouvelle oeuvre pour la promotion de musique contemporaine… - continuer
EMCY: Le Prix européen de la musique pour la Jeunesse 2004 a été décerné à Dubrovnik le 16 octobre dernier …- continuer
ESE: L'ESE vise à rassembler et à synthétiser les musiques traditionnelles d'Europe et en particulier les musiques méditerranéennes, restées plus vivantes … - continuer
Europa Cantat: Europa Cantat a organisé son Assemblée générale en parallèle avec une conférence de haut niveau sur la musique formelle et non formelle … - continuer

Organisations nationales/locales
Société Hamaya: Sortie de 3 nouveaux albums dans notre catalogue … continuer

Organisations indépendantes
African Market Place : AMP via de nombreux partenariats publics/privés assure le suivi du marché culturel annuel de Los Angeles ainsi que le développement de marchés culturels pan-Africains à travers le monde…. - continuer

BIENVENUE AUX NOUVEAUX MEMBRES
3 Comités nationaux
Finlande - continuer
Somalie - continuer
Zimbabwe - continuer

3 Organisations régionales
Europa Cantat - continuer
Association européenne des agents artistiques (AEAA) - continuer
Association européenne des orchestres de jeunes (EAYO) - continuer

2 Organisations nationales/locales
Association Chroma - continuer
Opus Centrum - continuer

3 Independent Organisations
Fondation Abu Dhabi de Musique (ADMF) - continuer
Music and Friends - continuer
Music in the Middle East - continuer


participer au Salon international de la musique 2005 en envoyant votre matériel promotionnel - continuer

Calendrier des événements 2005 du CIM et de ses membres - continuer


Sommet mondial du Hip Hop
1-3 avril 2005
(visiter notre site web)

Si vous souhaitez nous soumettre un texte pour le Bulletin d'information,veuillez cliquer ici.
 

Bulletin Nr 31 (French)


BULLETIN D'INFORMATION
Numéro 31
AVRIL 2005

EDITORIAL   Chers membres du CIM,

Nous sommes heureux de vous faire parvenir le premier numéro 2005 du Bulletin d'information du CIM. Cette année, comme vous le savez, revêt une importance particulière pour notre Organisation puisque cette année de l'Assemblée générale coïncide avec le lancement du Forum mondial de la musique qui se tiendra à Los Angeles (Etats-Unis d'Amérique) du 1er au 4 octobre 2005. Nous vous attendons nombreux pour ce rassemblement international qui célébrera la diversité musicale.

Afin de marquer la spécificité de ce numéro, nous avons décidé d'y intégrer un nouvelle rubrique, intitulée " In Focus " spécial pays. Dans ce premier Bulletin de l'année 2005, c'est l'Australie qui est à l'honneur: plus qu'un simple aperçu du pays c'est à un véritable voyage au travers des diversités à la fois culturelles et musicales de l'Australie que nous vous invitons. Si vous êtes intéressés à faire partager aux lecteurs des prochains numéros du Bulletin les richesses musicales de votre pays, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter.

Le secrétariat du CIM.


Tribune internationale des compositeurs
Vienne, Autriche,
du 6 au 10 juin 2005
continuer
 I. NOUVELLES DU SECRETARIAT DU CIM
  • Réunion du Bureau exécutif, 26-27 février 2005 - continuer
  • Réunion intergouvernementale d'experts à l'UNESCO sur la diversité culturelle continuer
  • Colloque conjoint CIM/IMZ au MIDEM - continuer
  • Annulation du Sommet mondial du Hip Hop - continuer
  • Alliance globale pour la diversité culturelle - continuer




  • FORUM MONDIAL DE LA MUSIQUE & L'ASSEMBLEE GENERALE DU CIM 2005

    Lettre circulaire aux membres
     II. SPECIAL "IN FOCUS" SUR L'AUSTRALIE


    Pour comprendre comment fonctionne la vie musicale en Australie, vous devez d'abord et avant tout connaître un peu de ce pays.
    Introduction







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     III. NOUVELLES DE NOS MEMBRES

    NOUVELLES DES CONSEILS REGIONAUX

    Conseil européen de la musique - continuer
    Conseil africain de la musique - continuer

    NOUVELLES DES MEMBRES


    Comités nationaux
    Azerbaïdjan : Le 2 février 2005, dans la capitale d'Azerbaïdjan, à Baku, a été présenté le projet " Mugham d'Azerbaïdjan - Sauvegarde et Promotion "… - continuer
    Cameroun: Le Conseil camerounais de la musique participera à la Deuxième édition de "Musiques et rythmes du patrimoine" … - continuer
    Suisse : La révision de la loi sur le droit d'auteur (LDA), actuellement en procédure de consultation, a incité plusieurs organisations membres à signaler … - continuer
    Suède : Un concert en commémoration d'Eskil Hemberg, ancien président du Comité national de la musique de Suède et du Conseil international de la musique… - continuer

    Organisations internationales
    AEC : Une nouvelle initiative européenne unique dans le domaine de l'éducation et la formation musicale a été élaborée sous le nom de " Polifonia ", réseau thématique de musique … - continuer
    CIOFF : Le CIOFF, avec le soutien de l'UNESCO, met en œuvre en 2004-2005, son projet intitulé "Dialogue interculturel : influences africaines dans les pays des Caraïbes et d'Amérique Latine" … - continuer
    FIMC: Participer à SOUL ! La mission des " Singers of United Lands " (Chanteurs des Terres Unies - SOUL) est d'encourager et de développer les relations internationales … - continuer
    FMCIM : La prochaine Assemblée Générale de la Fédération mondiale des concours internationaux de musique (FMCIM) se tiendra à Bordeaux du 13 au 15 mai 2005 … - continuer
    IASJ : L'IASJ est impliquée dans la production d'un livre sur l'Histoire du Jazz en Europe … - continuer
    ISME : La Société internationale pour l'éducation musicale (ISME) se concentre actuellement sur l'organisation de sa prochaine Conférence internationale de 2006 … - continuer

    Organisations régionales
    EMCY : Le Concert annuel d'EuroRadio pour la Jeunesse, organisé par l'EMCY en collaboration avec diverses stations de radios nationales … - continuer

    Organisations indépendantes
    ADMAF : Un des objectifs principaux de la ADMAF est de soutenir et de promouvoir de nouveaux jeunes talents issus des universités nationales … - continuer
    Participez à la Journée internationale de la musique 2005 … - continuer


    Calendrier des événements 2005 du CIM et de ses membres - continuer

    Si vous souhaitez nous soumettre un texte pour le Bulletin d'information,veuillez cliquer ici.
     

    Bulletin Nr 30 (English)


    NEWS BULLETIN
    Issue N°30
    December 2004

    EDITORIAL   Dear IMC members,

    With the year 2004 coming to an end, the IMC Secretariat in Paris is pleased to present the new version of its news bulletin, offering you a concise overview of many of the important and relevant activities of the IMC community.

    This year has been a busy one for the IMC Secretariat, and we would like to thank you for your collaboration in all our efforts; what we have accomplished so far couldn't have been done without you. We hope that you will also be able to join us for the activities scheduled for 2005, among which are the Music World Forum and the IMC General Assembly.

    In the meantime, we send you our warmest Season's Greetings and wish you the best of success for your future activities!

    The IMC Secretariat.
    October 1, 2004:
    International Music Day Celebrations in Paris

    Rehearsal for the evening concert

    Roundtable discussion
    "Jazz in Paris in the 1960s: The Golden Years"
     I. NEWS FROM THE IMC SECRETARIAT
    IMC's second Executive Board meeting this year took place on October 16/17, 2004 in Paris. -
    Read more
    IMC has submitted its comments and amendments to UNESCO for consideration in the preparation of the final version of the July 2004 Preliminary Draft of a Convention on the Protection of the Diversity of Cultural Contents and Artistic Expressions. -
    Read more
    We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Erica Eyrich to the new position of Deputy Secretary General. -
    Read more
    Work on IMC's publication RESONANCE has taken a new turn. We are currently exploring strategies for funding and for developing RESONANCE as an advocacy tool for the promotion of cultural rights with a particular focus on musical diversity. -
    Read more
    The 2004 Asian Music Forum - a regional consultation meeting for the 2005 Music World Forum in Los Angeles - took place in Manila, Philippines from 17 - 20 November 2004. -
    Read more
    A bigger team at the Paris Secretariat. -
    Read more
    International Rostrum of Composers to travel again to Vienna in 2005. -
    Read more


     
     II. NEWS FROM OUR MEMBERS

    NEWS FROM REGIONAL COUNCILS

    European Music Council - Read more
    Americas Music Council - Read more


    NEWS FROM MEMBERS


    National Committees
    Australia: Due partly to the efforts of the Music Council of Australia, a major national review of school music education is underway… - Read more
    Belgium: Founded in 1981, the Music Council of the French Community of Belgium promotes the music and music life of Wallonie-Bruxelles. - Read more
    Mexico: Education in general, music education and the evolution of communication means have been recurrent themes during these past years in Latin America. With a view to looking into latest developments and challenges, COMUS organised the Panamerican Forum on music education… - Read more
    Netherlands: Project Entramus: Network for music schools/music education in traditional music, - Read more
    Norway: The Norwegian IMC Committee continues to focus on musical diversity. At its latest meeting, we discussed the need for research in the area of music production and dissemination… - Read more
    Serbia and Montenegro: English edition of International Magazine for Music New Sound No. 24 is now available… - Read more
    Spain: October 23, 2004, the Spanish Music Council inaugurated its new headquarters in the City of Sitges… - Read more
    Switzerland: In order to gain influence over federal politics, and in order to strengthen the relationships between the members of the Federal Councils and the organisations in Swiss music life…..- Read more
    United Kingdom: During 2004, the NMC (UK) has been working to create a Workforce Development Plan (WDP) for the music industry… - Read more

    International Organisations
    Arthur Rubinstein Society: The 11th Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Master Competition will be held from 28 March to 14 April 2005… - Read more
    AEC: A unique new European initiative has been created in the field of music education and training: the Thematic Network "Polifonia"... - Read more
    CIA: The 57th Coupe Mondiale International Competition for Accordionists held in Pontarlier, France was won by Alexander Selivanov …. - Read more
    CIME: Concerts organised by national federations of ICEM will be multiplied in the months to come - Read more
    CIOFF: 3rd CIOFF World Folkloriada …. - Read more
    EFA: Its aim is to promote the significance of festivals and their important role in the international cultural cooperation…. - Read more
    FMCIM: The yearbook 2005 of the World Federation of International Music Competitions is now available… - Read more
    IASJ: The International Association of Schools of Jazz is a worldwide organization committed to promoting the core values of jazz…. - Read more
    IFCM: In January 2005, IFCM will organise in cooperation with many partners, a major choral music event in Congo…. - Read more
    ISME: The International Society for Music Education (ISME) celebrated its 50th anniversary at the World Conference held in Tenerife, the Canary Islands this July 2004 with music, dialogue, merriment and its first internet election… - Read more
    JMI: ExTEND Visions - A first step towards a united voice on music issues in Europe…- Read more
    MICA: was leading partner of the project "European Music Navigator" (www.musicnavigator.org) funded by the programme "Culture 2000"… - Read more

    Regional Organisations
    ECPNM: The ECPNM is the European union of organizations concerned with the promotion of contemporary music… - Read more
    EMCY: The European Music Prize for Youth 2004 has been awarded in Dubrovnik on the 16th of October…- Read more
    ESE: The organisation's objective is to bring together and to synthesize the traditional musics of Europe and those of the Mediterranean in particular, for they are more alive than others … - Read more
    Europa Cantat: Europa Cantat combined its General Assembly 2004 with a highly interesting conference on Formal and Non-formal Music… - Read more

    National/local Organisations
    Société Hamaya: Three new albums were recently added to the catalogue … - Read more

    Independent Organisations
    African Market Place: AMP has established a number of local, national and international goals to strengthen the Los Angeles cultural market and to enhance institutional linkages across regions…. - Read more

    WELCOME OF NEW MEMBERS
    3 National Committees
    Finland - Read more
    Somalia - Read more
    Zimbabwe - Read more

    3 Regional Organisations
    Europa Cantat - Read more
    European Association of Artist Managers (AEAA) - Read more
    European Association of Youth Orchestras (EAYO) - Read more

    2 National/local Organisations
    Association Chroma - Read more
    Opus Centrum - Read more

    3 Independent Organisations
    Abu Dhabi Music Foundation (ADMF) - Read more
    Music and Friends - Read more
    Music in the Middle East - Read more


    Participate in the world’s largest music market 2005 – Read more

    IMC and its members calendar of events 2005 - Read more


    Hip Hop World Summit
    April 1-3 2005
    (visit our website)

    If you have information that you would like to submit for the newsletter, please click here.
     

    Bulletin Nr 31 (English)


    NEWS BULLETIN
    Issue N°31
    April 2005

    EDITORIAL   Dear IMC members,

    We are happy to present the first edition of our news bulletin for 2005. This year is of particular importance to our organisation since the General Assembly coincides with the launch of the Music World Forum in Los Angeles (USA) from 1 – 4 October, 2005. We are looking forward to seeing you at this international gathering that will explore the theme “Music and Society in the 21st Century” from a variety of perspectives.
    From now on, every news bulletin will feature a section that highlights a different country. The honor of being the first country to be presented under this heading goes to Australia. Offering more than a simple overview, we are inviting you to an exciting journey across different cultures and musics of that vast country and continent. Should you wish to share information on your country’s musical life with our readers in one of our next editions, we’d be happy to hear from you.

    The IMC Secretariat.

    International Rostrum of Composers
    Vienna, Austria,
    June 6-10 2005
    Read more
     I. NEWS FROM THE IMC SECRETARIAT
  • IMC Board meeting, February 26-27 2005 - Read more
  • Participation in UNESCO Expert meeting on Cultural Diversity - Read more
  • IMC/IMZ conference at MIDEM - Read more
  • Cancellation of Hip Hop World Summit - Read more
  • Membership in Global Alliance for Cultural Diversity - Read more



  • MUSIC WORLD FORUM & IMC GENERAL ASSEMBLY 2005

    1st Circular to IMC members
     II. SPECIAL FOCUS ON AUSTRALIA


    To understand how musical life works in Australia, you need some basic knowledge about where it happens.
    Introduction





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     III. NEWS FROM OUR MEMBERS

    NEWS FROM REGIONAL COUNCILS

    European Music Council - Read more
    African Music Council - Read more

    NEWS FROM MEMBERS


    National Committees
    Azerbaijan : The project "The Mugam of Azerbaijan - Safeguarding and Promotion" was presented in the capital city Baku on February 2, 2005 … - Read more
    Cameroon : The Council will participate in the second edition of "Musics and rhythms of heritage"… - Read more
    Switzerland : In light of the current revision of the copyright law, several member organisations pointed out that … - Read more
    Sweden : A commemorative concert for Eskil Hemberg, former president of the Swedish Music Council and Past President of IMC … - Read more

    International Organisations
    AEC : A unique new European initiative has been created in the field of music education and training: the Thematic Network "Polifonia" … - Read more
    CIOFF : In 2004-05, CIOFF will be implementing - with the assistance of UNESCO - its project "Intercultural dialogue : African influences in countries of the Caribbean and Latin America" … - Read more
    IASJ : The IASJ is involved in the production of a book on the History of Jazz in Europe … - Read more
    IFCM : Participate in SOUL! The mission of Singers Of United Lands (SOUL) is to foster and develop international relationships … - Read more
    ISME : After a very successful 50th Anniversary World Conference in Tenerife, ISME is now in advanced planning for the ISME 2006 World Conference … - Read more
    WFIMC : The next General Assembly of the World Federation of International Music Competitions will be organised in Bordeaux from May 13 - 15, 2005 … - Read more

    Regional Organisations
    EMCY: The yearly EuroRadio Youth Concert, organised by the EMCY in cooperation with varying national radio stations … - Read more

    Independent Organisations
    ADMAF : One of the ADMAF's major objectives is to support and promote young talent from National Universities …. - Read more
    Participate in the 2005 celebration of the International Music Day … - Read more


    IMC and its members calendar of events 2005 - Read more

    If you have information that you would like to submit for the newsletter, please click here.
     

    Funding opportunities

    While IMC is not itself a funding body, it occasionally seeks funds on behalf of its members and supports members' activities in a number of ways. IMC is particularly sensitive to regional development needs. Additionally, IMC regularly outsources the implementation of initiatives or commissioned research to members and partners according to their field of competence.

    Press Releases

    Paris, June 18, 2008.
    IMC announces the results of the 2008 International Rostrum of Composers held in Dublin, June 9-13, organised in cooperation with RTE lyric fm. Press release - Communiqué de presse

    Paris, January 21, 2008.
    IMC announces the results of the 11th International Rostrum of Electroacoustic Music. Click here

    Paris, November 1, 2007.
    2nd World Forum on Music went to the heart of music key issues - Press release

    Paris, October 30, 2007.
    IMC takes key decisions for its future - Press Release on outcome of 32nd General Assembly

    Beijing, October 11-16, 2007.
    2nd World Forum on Music and 32nd IMC General Assembly, Beijing, China - all press releases

    Paris, June 11, 2007.
    IMC announces the results of the 2007 International Rostrum of Composers. Click here

    Paris, November 27, 2006:
    The IMC is pleased to release to the general public its report on "THE PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF MUSICAL DIVERSITY", a study carried out for UNESCO. Principal Investigator: Richard Letts. We express our thanks to UNESCO for permitting the publication of this document.
    Report and Appendices

    Paris, June 9, 2006:
    IMC announces the results of the 2006 International Rostrum of Composers. English - French

    Paris, October 14, 2005:
    IMC announces the election of Dr Richard Letts as its new President for the coming biennium
    click here

    Paris, May 31, 2005:
    Austrian Radio to host the 2005 International Rostrum of Composers in Vienna.  English - Français

    November 12, 2004:
    An International Conference on Trends and Future Perspectives in Arabic Music will be held December 11 - 14, 2004 in Muscat, Sultanate of Oman.

    October 18, 2004:
    A New Spring 2005 Date For Hip-Hop World Summit

    October 2, 2004:
    The International Music Council (IMC) celebrates the International Music Day at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris
    French

    September 5, 2004:
    IMC presents the 2004 HIP HOP WORLD SUMMIT in Paris, France

    August 26, 2004:
    The International Music Council (IMC) is pleased to announce the programme of the International Music Day celebrations at UNESCO Headquarters in Paris

    June 11,2004:
    Results of the 2004 International Rostrum of Composers English - French

    May 14, 2004:
    Results of the 10th International Rostrum of Electroacoustic Music  English - French

    RESONANCE

    History
    The idea of RESONANCE was launched in 1988 by then Secretary General Guy Huot as a bi-monthly newsletter intended for IMC members and partners to share information on IMC activities and members's projects. The title "RESONANCE" was the result of a name-finding competition; it had been prposed by Vassili Zagorski, composer, then Secretary of the USSR Union of Composers and member of the IMC Executive Committee.
    During the first years of its existence, RESONANCE was distributed in photocopy format in a folder whose design was offered by the French label Auvidis, IMC's partner in the release of the UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music Recordings.
    In 1996, Richard Letts, then member of the IMC Executive Committee, took over the editorial responsibility for RESONANCE with a view to transforming it into a genuine music periodical. The graphic design was again offered by Auvidis while the printing was done in several places around the world. Since the numbering was continued, the first issue in the new format was RESONANCE N° 21.
    The structure of the periodical developed further and when the IMC Secretariat was again entrusted with the editorship of RESONANCE in 2000, it opted for a two-part magazine, the first presenting a thematic dossier and the second being dedicated to IMC: reports on projects, news from members, calendar of events etc.
    Since 2000, RESONANCE was published twice a year with the financial support of UNESCO and the generous sponsorship of Flevodruk (Netherlands). Due to budget constraints, the publication was discontinued in 2004.

    Outreach

    RESONANCE was distributed to IMC members and partners, UNESCO officials, Governments, organizations in the field of arts and culture from the private, public and NGO sector, media organizations, free-lance journalists, corporations, as well as to interested readers throughout the world.
    IMC members could order copies in bulk for distribution within their network.


    RESONANCE - The issues in detail

    RESONANCE # 34 (I/2003) Editorial Kifah Fakhouri
    Welcome Damien M. Pwono
    Dossier " Music in Latin America"
    Introduction Ana Lucia Frega, Maria Guinand
    Education musicale, conceptions, musiques et moments adéquats Miguel A. Aliaga/Rodney Stock
    La musique chorale en Amérique latine aujourd'hui María Guinand
    Musical creation in Latin America Alicia Terzian
    A regional commitment: The Panamerican Forum on Music Education Graciela Agudelo, Gabriela Soto
    Venezuela : un pays semé d'orchestres
    Music education and research in Latin America Alda Oliveira/Dina Grätzer
    Latin America and the International Music Council: Chronicle of a Partnership Guy Huot/Malena Kuss
    Le rôle de la culture au Brésil Gilberto Gil
    The Universe of Music : a History
    Three Americas Music Council (COMTA): Presentation of National Committees
    IMC News
    New Secretary General at the IMC
    ManyMusics - A question of power
    ManyMusics - Facts
    30th IMC General Assembly & International Conference
    2003 International Rostrum of Composers Results
    Tribuna musical de América latina y el Caribe (Music Rostrum of Latin America and the Caribbean)
    The International Society for Music Education 1953-2003 Marie McCarthy
    The AEC at fifty Martin Prchal
    News from IMC members
    Obituary
    UNESCO News
    Calender of 2003 events organised by the IMC and its members


    RESONANCE # 33 (II/2002)
    Editorial Kifah Fakhouri
    Dossier "Music in Africa"
    Introduction Lupwishi Mbuyamba
    La Fédération internationale pour la musique chorale L. Mbuyamba
    Qui donc êtes-vous artiste ? Manda Tchebwa
    Le CIOFF en Afrique Jean Roche
    Echos du Congo-Brazzaville Honoré Mobonda
    MASA 2003 Manda Tchebwa
    Music Crossroads Southern Africa Sophie Putcuyps
    International Center for African Music and Dance Eric A. Akrofi
    Pan-African Society for Musical Arts Education Eric A. Akrofi
    Secrétariat régional africain du CIM
    Conseil congolais de la musique Basunga Mundele
    Rapport de mission au Cameroun Françoise Mukuku
    International Composers indaba
    Building Bridges Kare Hanken
    Revival of the African Music Rostrum
    Immediate Need for Health Micro-Insurance Scheme in Ugana K. Matovu
    Homage to Guy Huot
    IMC NEWS
    International Rostrum of Composers Results
    International Music Day
    IMC - UNESCO International Music Prize
    New Talents
    Many Musics
    International Rostrum of Electroacoustic Music
    Other IMC news
    Music, Tolerance and Human Rights Erica Eyrich
    News from IMC members
    2003 Events organised by the IMC and its members



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    RESONANCE # 32 (I/2002)
    Editorial. Guy Huot
    Welcome by newly elected President Kifah Fakhouri
    DOSSIER: Arabic music
    Arab Music Mahmoud Guettat
    Music festivals in the Arab countries Ali Abdel Amir
    Ahmed Essyad: L'eau et le ciel… Martine Cadieu
    L'enseignement traditionnel à travers l'expérience de Ziryâb
    IMC NEWS
    2001 General Assembly
    IMC/UNESCO International Music Prize ceremony in Aachen
    Inernational Rostrum of Young Performers
    In Memoriam
    2001 events organised by IMC members, UNESCO and/or other organisations
    Music and Globalisation Roundtable in Amsterdam: Sustaining Musical Diversitys
    NEWS FROM MEMBERS



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    RESONANCE # 31 (II/2001)
    Editorial. Guy Huot
    International Music Day. Frans de Ruiter
    DOSSIER: ASIA
    Sounds of Japan Tamio Kano
    Globalisation and Indian Music Arvind Parikh
    Professional Music Education and training in China Zhang Zesheng
    Yin et Yang - L'Orient saisi par l'Occident Franck Mallet
    Sustaining Asian Musical Diversity in an Age of Globalisation Ramon P. Santos
    Ilkhom XX: Festival of Contemporary Music in Uzbekistan Innia Tskhay
    Le Vietnam fâce à son patrimoine musical Trân Van Khê
    IMC NEWS
    2001 International Rostrum of Composers
    IMC/UNESCO International Music Prize 2001
    In Memoriam
    2001 events organised by IMC members, UNESCO and/or other organisations
    Music and Globalisation Roundtable in Amsterdam: Sustaining Musical Diversity
    NEWS FROM MEMBERS



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    RESONANCE # 30 (I/2001)
    Editorial. Guy Huot
    Dossier : Creativity
    Espace musical, espace scientifique. Entretien avec Iannis Xenakis
    Mask of the Evil Demon R. Murray Schafer
    Le quatuor Arditti. / The busy Drone
    Annals of my table Salvatore Sciarrino
    Le triomphe du tempérament Entretien avec Henri Dutilleux
    Can you teach composition ... to a Chinaman by phone at 5 am? Paavo Heininen
    Contemporary Creation Techniques and Cultural Roots. Alejandro Iglesias Rossi
    IMC NEWS
    International Rostrum of Electroacoustic Music
    International Rostrum of Young Performers
    Other News
    Acknowledgments
    In Memoriam
    Music and Peace: update. Tanis Kmetyk
    2001 events organised by IMC members, UNESCO and/or other organisations
    Music and Globalisation Simon Mundy
    NEWS FROM MEMBERS

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    RESONANCE # 29 (II/2000)
    Editorial. Guy Huot
    Dossier : Using New Technologies
    Le boom mondial des médias. Courrier de l'UNESCO
    Some Effects of Globalisation on Music. Richard Letts
    Globalisation and Music: The IMC Approach
    L'autoproduction des enregistrements par les artistes-interprètes de la musique. Jean Vincent
    What does the Internet offer to choral music? Mark Gresham
    Le deuxième commandement ou les conquêtes triomphales du règne de la copie. Bernard Schenkel/Philippe Thanh
    Dissemination of Music on the Internet. Andreas Gebesmair
    IMC NEWS
    Tribune internationale des compositeurs / International Rostrum of Composers · IMC/UNESCO Music Prize / Prix CIM/UNESCO pour la musique · The promotion of local music heritage in the age of globalisation · TRIMALCA · International Music and Peace Day · IO/AM Forum meeting
    Music and Peace: update. Tanis Kmetyk
    Upcoming events organised by IMC members, UNESCO and/or other organisations
    Music Youth Summer Camp. Edwin Seroussi
    MISCELLANEOUS
    Why do we care about singers? Salman Rushdie
    L'orchestre le plus délicat du monde. Thomas Dekkat
    Rencontres internationales de musique acousmatique. Bruno Bocca
    Musique au musée. Martine Cadieu

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    RESONANCE # 28 (Spring 2000)
    Editorial. Guy Huot
    Dossier : Music and Peace
    Message from the President Frans de Ruiter
    Appeal by the UNESCO Director General for the promotion of arts education
    Music for Peace
    Manifesto 2000: 100 Million signatures
    UNESCO Artists for Peace
    La Musique, messagère de la paix
    A Symphony for Peace on the Verge of a New Millennium
    Melodies for Millions. Music and Politics
    Le flûtiste soufi ou le voyage de l'âme
    Utopia is the Goal. The BRUNDIBAR Project of Jeunesses Musicales International
    Music and Peace: initiatives, projects and compositions
    1999 IMC General Assembly

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    RESONANCE # 27 (July 1999) - Special edition on the occasion of the IMC 50th anniversary
    Happy Half Century, IMC
    From the IMC President on the occasion of its fiftieth anniversary
    IMC and Human Rights - a Vision
    Yehudi Menuhin: The Moscow Speech of 1971
    A Letter to Lady Menuhin
    New Music on the Wireless
    Canon of the Six Continents
    International Music Day
    IMC Awards
    1999 IMC-UNESCO Music Prize
    1998 International Rostrum of Young Performers
    1999 International Rostrum of Composers Results
    Tribune de Musique Arabe
    A Regional Training Center in Music for Nursury and Kindergarten Teachers Working in Arab Countries
    The Promotion of Young Musical Talents
    Pour renforcer le role de la musique en Europe
    The Fundamentals of Authors' Rights in the Face of Technological Change
    Golden Prague - 1999: In Search of Content
    Women in Music and the Grand Jubilee of the Year 2000




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    RESONANCE # 26 (December 1998)
    The IMC and the Media
    Idées à revendre - Lancement du Projet Bibliothèque Musicale Numérique
    Music in Economic Development
    Back to the Future? - A Response to Evers and Hiddink
    Laureats du prix CIM-UNESCO pour la musique 1998
    Results of the 7th International Rostrum of Electroacoustic Music
    Echoes from Africa
    The Power of Culture
    Survey: Western Orchestral Musicians are Highly Stressed
    Organisations membres de CIM - par-dela les limites




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    RESONANCE # 25 (June 1998)
    Charles Seeger et la création du Conseil international de la musique
    Ubuntu: "You exist, therefore I am"
    Questions de principe : Parlement européen des jeunes musiciens
    Egyptian Al-Nour Wal-Amal Orchestra bewitches a world it cannot see
    A Symbiosis between International Arts Festivals and Music Competitions
    The Promotion of Young Musical Talents



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    RESONANCE # 24 (February 1998)
    Music East and West: the pioneering Alain Daniélou
    40 années de représentations numériques au service de l'acoustique musicale et de la création artistique
    New UNESCO Recommendations Concerning the Status of the Artist
    (La recommandation de l'UNESCO relative à la condition de l'artiste)
    The Massive Immigration of Soviet-Jewish Musicians to Israel in the 1990s
    Buying Music from the Internet




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    RESONANCE # 23 (October 1997)
    400 Years of Western Opera
    The Present Situation of Western Opera
    L'opéra : un capital culturel pour l'Italie
    History, Myth, Culture, and Opera: Their Legacy in Latin America
    The Abstract Imagination of Kunqu, the Classical Opera of China
    The IMC-UNESCO Music Prize 1997

    IMC International Rostrum of Composers 1997


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    RESONANCE # 22 (July 1997)
    Les rescapés du Babi-Yar de la mémoire musicale juive
    A Plea by Lord Menuhin
    ISME Declaration of Beliefs for Worldwide Promotion of Music Education
    Coping with Change and Diversity in African Music
    Bombay's Deal with its Music Critics
    The new Bonds between Pop and Art Music




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    RESONANCE # 21 (March 1997)
    Sound in the East, Sound in the West - the Way to "November Steps"
    Tumultuous Waters: Music in Eastern Europe
    Music Directories: Finding your Way around the World of Music
    Devil's Advocacy: Issues Facing our Conservatoria (Sydney) as they prepare their Students for Careers in the 21st Century
    1996 IMC International Rostrum of Composers
    Winners of the 1996 IMC-UNESCO Music Prize



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