Papers from IMC 2nd World Forum on Music

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IMC announces the on-line publication of a selection of papers presented at the 2nd World Forum on Music.

IMC 2nd WORLD FORUM ON MUSIC

Beijing, October 11-14, 2007


Papers presented at the Forum - a selection

WFM SESSION 1: DEVELOPMENT IN MUSIC, MUSIC IN DEVELOPMENT

WFM SESSION 2: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

WFM SESSION 3 I: MANY MUSICS - THE UNESCO CONVENTION OF THE PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF THE DIVERSITY OF CULTURAL EXPRESSIONS

WFM SESSION 3 II: MANY MUSICS - SUSTAINABLE FUTURES FOR MUSICAL TRADITIONS

WFM SESSION 4 I: OUR MUSICAL FUTURE - CHALLENGES AND CHANGE

WFM SESSION 4 II: OUR MUSICAL FUTURE - IS MUSIC EDUCATION PREPARED?

PRESENTATIONS OF CHINESE MUSICOLOGISTS


WFM SESSION 1: DEVELOPMENT IN MUSIC, MUSIC IN DEVELOPMENT
Chair: Richard Letts

  • Diane Barrowclough: Voice, Choice and Diversity through Creative Industries: Towards a New Development Agenda - click here
  • Ismael Ouedraogo: A case study in Music Development from Senegal - click here
  • Randi K. Bendiksen: Strategies for culture as an important element in development work (read by Einar Solbu) - click here
  • Michael Smellie: Building a base for a viable music industry in developing countries - click here

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WFM SESSION 2: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
Chair: Peter Rantasa

Burak Özgen: Copyrights and related rights: An overview of the set of rights and their application. - click here
  • Ahti Vänttinen: Music Performers Rights in the Digital Domain
  • Wend Wendland: Intellectual Property and the Protection of Traditional Music - Sustaining Creativity and Protecting Tradition in a Derivative Culture
  • Pia Raug: An artist's perspective
  • Martin Kretschmer: Empirical evidence on musicians' careers and earnings: The role of copyright - click here
  • Scot Morris: The Changing Copyright Balance in the Digital Era: Evolving Business Models and the Role of Collecting Societies - click here
  • Scott Cohen: Show me the money. - How Digital will save (or kill) the Music Industry
  • Chunyan Wang: A Creative Commons perspective
  • Danny 0'Brien: The greatest threat to artists is not piracy, but obscurity. - click here

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WFM SESSION 3 I: MANY MUSICS - THE UNESCO CONVENTION OF THE PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF THE DIVERSITY OF CULTURAL EXPRESSIONS
Chair: Einar Solbu

Garry Neil: UNESCO Cultural Diversity Convention. Can it be a useful tool to promote musical diversity nationally and globally? - click here

Presentation by Beatrice Kaldun, Programme specialist for culture, UNESCO Beijing office - click here

Four interventions:
  • Henrik Melius: World Music or Musics of the World
  • Ruth Jakobi: UNESCO Convention and Intercultural Dialogue
  • C. Victor Fung: The Role of Musical Diversity in Redefining Music: Towards Rich and Meaningful Life Experience - click here


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    WFM SESSION 3 II: MANY MUSICS - SUSTAINABLE FUTURES FOR MUSICAL TRADITIONS
    Chair: Huib Schippers

    • Chen Zhe: Implementation of the "Tufeng Project" in Rural Communities - Click here to view the article
    • John Drummond Click here to view the article
    • Nahla Faoruk Mattar - Click here to view the article
    • Charles Nyakiti Orawo
    • Ugis Praulins
    • Ramon Pagayon Santos: The RIGHTS OF MUSICIANS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY GLOBAL SOCIETY: Who? What? How?
      (An Asian Perspective)
      Click here to view the article
    • Xiao Mei: Whose Voice: a Perspective from Fieldwork
      Click here to view the article, or to view the short presentation
    • Fethi Zghonda: "La création musicale entre l'inspiration et les nouvelles technologies de communication" - Click here to view the article,
    • Huib Schippers

    Click here to view the framework paper.

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    WFM SESSION 4 I: OUR MUSICAL FUTURE - CHALLENGES AND CHANGE
    Chair: David Price

    Four Perspectives:
    • David Price: The Challenge of the Next 10 Years & The Turmoil of Change
    • Peter Jenner: Consumer Access & Artistic Compensation - the Need for Radical Solutions
    • Dagfinn Bach: Too Many Players on the Ground?
    • Peter Rantasa: Fair Music - A campaign for Fair Trade in Cultural Goods and Services

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    WFM SESSION 4 II: OUR MUSICAL FUTURE - IS MUSIC EDUCATION PREPARED?
    Chair: Martin Prchal

  • " Xie Jiaxing/Fan Zuyin: The Status Quo and Prospects for Music Education Based on Musical Diversity - click here
  • " Yuan Jingfang: The Teaching of Chinese Traditional Musical Instruments and Music Types in the 20th Century and its Outlook - click here
  • Four case studies:
    • Wouter Turkenburg: The role of improvisation in music education
    • Mouna Zraik Sayegh: Music education as a basis for a child's learning process
    • Evelyn Heylen: 'Sound Forest'
    • Edgard Garcia: 'Zebrock au bahut' (Zebrock at school) - chanson and popular music in the centre of an educational programme in schools - click here

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    Presentations of Chinese musicologists
    • Qin Luo: The Study of Ethnomusicology in PR China - click here
    • Zhao Talimu: The Inheritance of Ethnic Minorities' Music in Higher Education - click here
    • Wang Yaohua: The Protection and Inheritance of Nanyin Music in Fujian - click here

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