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IASA Country Group Germany / Switzerland eV
(IASA)
legal form Volunteer Association
founding 1990
Seat c / o German National Library
Adickesallee 1
60322 Frankfurt am Main [1]
purpose Educational work
Chair Ulrich Duve
Managing directors Sarah Seibicke
Website iasa-online.de

The IASA country group Germany / Switzerland e. V. is the group of countries in Germany and Switzerland of the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives - IASA). It was founded in Amsterdam in 1969 and is represented as an “ NGO ” (non-governmental, non-governmental organization) in UNESCO . [2]

Purpose of the association

VinylDisc: the playable record groove at the front; in the mirror the CD

The aim of the IASA country group Germany / Switzerland is to promote cooperation between all archives that store audio and, increasingly, audiovisual documents. [3] The IASA deals with all issues related to the work of institutional and significant private collections and archives: acquisition, documentation, custody, use and preservation. Copyright and discography are just as much a part of the spectrum of IASA's activities as the maintenance of recording , editing and playback techniques or the development of recommendations for long-term preservation of sound recordings . [4]

The purpose of the country group as an association is to discuss the work results of the international technical commissions of the IASA at regional and national level and, conversely, to pass on questions and suggestions for future work to these specialist bodies and the board of the IASA. The group of countries is primarily concerned with involving institutions and private individuals who collect audio documents and related materials or who are interested in the tasks and goals mentioned.

story

It was founded on April 25, 1990 as part of the meeting of Section 7 of the Association of German Archivists in Wiesbaden. The first chairman was Jean-Claude Hayoz from the Documentation Center of the Swiss Federal Assembly . Other board members were Monika Brandenstein ( Broadcasting of the GDR ) and Felix Kresing-Wulf (Deutsche Welle).

Confirmation as an IASA Regional Branch by the General Assembly of the IASA took place on May 7, 1990 in Ottawa . [5] The first official annual general meeting as an IASA country group was held on April 30, 1991 as part of the conference of Section 7 in the Phonothek in Vienna . The first independent annual conference followed in October 1991 at the invitation of Deutsche Welle in Cologne .

Since autumn 1998, the group of countries has appeared on the Internet on the website of the Klaus Kuhnke Archive in Bremen. Its managing director Ulrich Duve acted as webmaster. In the spring of 1999, a website was launched at www.iasa-online.de.

There has been a close exchange of experiences with the Austrian IASA group Medien Archive Austria, especially since the joint annual meeting in Vienna in 2008. Both country groups have been highly regarded as particularly active sections within the international IASA for years.

The group of countries has its headquarters at the location of the German National Library in Frankfurt am Main.

Structure

Poster for the annual conference 2019 in Weimar

In addition to the general assembly as the highest organ of the association, which takes place once a year during the annual meeting, there is also the board of directors according to the statutes. Ulrich Duve from the Klaus Kuhnke Archive in Bremen has been chairman since November 2016 . The deputy chairpersons are Claus Peter Gallenmiller (Society for Historical Sound Carriers, Vienna), Katrin Abromeit ( Filmmuseum Potsdam ) and Jochen Rupp ( German National Library ). Further board members are Sarah Seibicke ( University of Regensburg ), Olaf Kosinsky and Pio Pellizzari. [6]

Chairperson

Members

Members of the IASA are all archives, institutions, associations and individuals who have relevant collections or who have an interest in the activities of the IASA. Specifically, the following institutions are members of the IASA country group:

Projects and meetings

Even after the establishment of the IASA country group as an independent association, there was a close connection to Section 7, at whose annual spring conference the country group organizes the “Working session of the AG sound documents” with topics related to sound archiving. Due to the restructuring of the FG7 conferences, this working session last took place in 2000.

Company Discographies of Historical Sound Carriers (FDHT)

On the initiative of Rainer Lotz , the “Company Discographies of Historical Sound Carriers (FDHT)” project started in 1997 , which after a difficult start-up period has found a home in the Swiss National Sound Archives in Lugano in a modified form.

Sound & smoke

Editions of Schall & Rauch

As an information organ for its members, the IASA country group has been issuing the publication "Schall & Rauch" with specialist articles, conference contributions and conference reports since 1998. The first issue in May 1998 was published by Birgit-Lotz-Verlag Bonn . In previous years, the national group used the Capitolium, the newsletter of the Swiss National Sound Archives, to inform its members. The first editor-in-chief at Schall & Rauch was Markus Erni, while Klemens Helmholz was responsible for production. From November 2000 the team was strengthened by Isabel Bräuer. Ulrich Duve (2001) was followed by Rudolf Müller as Editor-in-Chief in 2005. It is given to members free of charge and is available in various libraries. [18]

VinylDisc

On the occasion of the 20-year existence of the association, a unique sound document was produced in 2010 with an acoustic cross-section of some member archives. It is a vinyl disc , a combination of a CD and a special record. It consists of two interconnected layers. The silver layer contains the digital information, the upper black layer is produced using a vinyl matrix and contains a record groove that can be played on record players (33 1/3 min-1). A foam adapter to reduce the inner diameter was included so that the vinyl disc can be fixed on the turntable.

Annual meetings

IASA country group Germany / Switzerland (Germany)
1995/2020
1995/2020
1994
1994
1990
1990
2007,2018
2007,2018
2001,2017
2001,2017
1996,2019
1996,2019
2016
2016
2014
2014
1993,2006,2013
1993,2006,2013
2000,2012
2000,2012
2010
2010
2009
2009
2004
2004
1991,1999
1991,1999
1998
1998
2003
2003
Conferences in Germany
IASA country group Germany / Switzerland (Switzerland)
1995
1995
1997,2011
1997,2011
2002
2002
2005
2005
Conference locations in Switzerland
IASA country group Germany / Switzerland (Austria)
2015
2015
1991,2008
1991,2008
Conference locations in Austria

The annual autumn meeting of the IASA country group serves the technical cooperation and the exchange of experiences at national or regional level between professional colleagues, private collectors and the experts invited as speakers. On October 22 and 23, 1991, the first independent autumn conference of the country group took place at the invitation of Deutsche Welle in Cologne. Since then, the annual meetings have taken place without interruption.

year place Host / remark
1990 Wiesbaden FG7 conference; Founding assembly of the country group
1991 Wien FG7 conference, first annual general meeting of the country group
1991 Cologne First own conference of the country group Deutsche Welle
1992 Bern Swiss Radio DRS Bern
1993 Frankfurt am Main and Bensheim German Broadcasting Archive and Hessian Broadcasting
1994 Bogensee b. Berlin Annual general meeting as part of the international IASA conference
1995 Mainz Südwestfunk Landesstudio Mainz
1996 Weimar Together with AIBM at the Liszt School of Music Weimar [19]
1997 Basel Swiss radio DRS Basel
1998 Marbach German Literature Archive and Südwestrundfunk Stuttgart [20]
1999 Cologne West German Broadcasting and Deutsche Welle [21]
2000 Leipzig Together with AIBM . Leipzig municipal libraries and library of the University of Music
2001 Berlin German music archive
2002 Lugano Swiss National Sound Archives [22]
2003 Potsdam-Babelsberg German Broadcasting Archive, Potsdam site
2004 Bonn German wave
2005 Fribourg School of engineers and architects of Friborg [23]
2006 Frankfurt am Main German Broadcasting Archive and Hessian Broadcasting
2007 Bremen Klaus Kuhnke Archive for Popular Music at the University of the Arts
2008 Wien Together with Medien Archive Austria. Technical Museum Vienna with Austrian media library
2009 Munich Bavarian radio
2010 Dresden Saxon State Library - Dresden State and University Library [24]
2011 Basel Music Academy of the City of Basel / Memoriav [25]
2012 Leipzig German Music Archive of the German National Library [26]
2013 Frankfurt am Main Museum of Communication [27]
2014 Darmstadt Literaturhaus Darmstadt , organized with the Darmstadt Jazz Institute [28]
2015 Innsbruck Tyrolean State Museum [29]
2016 Stuttgart State Academy of Fine Arts [30]
2017 Berlin Museum for Asian Art of the State Museums in Berlin . After the national conference, the international IASA conference took place at the same place [31] [32]
2018 Bremen Center for Artist Publications / Weserburg in cooperation with the Klaus Kuhnke Archive for Popular Music and the Günter Grass Foundation . [33] [34]
2019 Weimar Liszt University of Music Weimar , Thuringian State Music Archive [35] [36]
2020 Mainz Archive for the Music of Africa ; 30 years of the IASA country group

Weblinks

Commons : IASA country group Germany / Switzerland - collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Impressum
  2. About IASA | International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  3. Music Libraries. Deutscher Bibliotheksverband eV, accessed on February 12, 2018 .
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  5. Regional Branches | International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  6. IASA country group Germany / Switzerland e. V .: Board of the IASA country group Germany / Switzerland e. V. Accessed July 12, 2020 .
  7. ^ Saarländischer Rundfunk: Frank Rainer Huck: moderator, editor, archive manager. In: SR.de. August 24, 2015, accessed February 9, 2018 .
  8. ^ IASA: Annual Conference. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  9. Kurt Deggeller, IASA President, Director of Memoriav (CH): The historical record as part of the audiovisual cultural asset. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  10. ARD documentary Dr. Michael Crone new honorary professor at Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  11. ↑ Vested interests - Pellizzari Pio, Musicologo, Head of the Swiss National Sound Archives. Federal Council portal of the Swiss government, accessed on February 10, 2018 .
  12. ^ German National Library - About us - Annual Report 2010. German National Library, accessed on February 11, 2018 (English).
  13. Partner | Darmstadt Jazz Institute. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  14. ^ Memberships - Günter Grass Foundation Bremen. (No longer available online.) Archived from the original on February 10, 2018 ; accessed on February 9, 2018 .
  15. Left. Lippmann & Rau Foundation, accessed on February 9, 2018 .
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  17. ^ Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach: Annual Report 2015. Center for Artists' Publications, accessed on February 10, 2018 .
  18. ZDB - detailed evidence: Schall & Rauch: Organ of the IASA ... Accessed on February 9, 2018 .
  19. Meetings 1966–2003. In: http://www.aibm.info . Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  20. Communications from the study group for broadcasting and history, Volume 24, No. 4 - October 1998. In: broadcasting and history. German Broadcasting Archive, accessed on February 12, 2018 .
  21. ^ The KölnMusik GmbH - IASA country group Germany / Switzerland e. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  22. Germany, report 2003. AIBM, accessed on February 9, 2018 .
  23. ^ Doerner Institut staff publications. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  24. Annual Conference Dresden, October 8th to 9th, 2010. Saxon State Library, accessed on February 9th, 2018 .
  25. IASA Annual Meeting 2011 | infoclio.ch. In: The specialist portal for the history of Switzerland. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  26. ^ Detlef Humbert: Report on the annual meeting of the IASA country group. In: Dialogue with Libraries 2013/1. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  27. Annual meeting of the Intern. Association d. Sound and audiovisual archives (IASA) in Frankfurt, November 8th - 9th, 2013. (No longer available online.) In: Analogue Audio Association. Archived from the original on February 10, 2018 ; accessed on February 9, 2018 .
  28. ^ Digitization of historical music manuscripts in the context of digital music information using the example of the Badische Landesbibliothek Karlsruhe. Almut Ochsmann, May 4, 2015, accessed on January 12, 2020 .
  29. [InetBib] Invitation to the joint annual meeting of the IASA Laendergruppe Deutschland / Schweiz e. V. and the Medien-Archive-Austria on November 13th and 14th, 2015 in the Tiroler Landesmuseum - Museum im Zeughaus, Innsbruck. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  30. Annual meeting of the IASA country group Germany / Switzerland eV Accessed on February 9, 2018 .
  31. Annual meeting of the IASA country group Germany / Switzerland e. V. in Berlin | DDBpro. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  32. Memoriav - IASA Country Group Germany - Switzerland Call for paper. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  33. IASA country group Germany / Switzerland e. V .: Documentation of the IASA meetings. Retrieved February 9, 2018 .
  34. Cube-Tec @ IASA Annual Conference 2018 :: Cube-Tec International GmbH. Retrieved February 21, 2019 .
  35. University of Music LISZT - Visitors - Events - Calendar of Events. Accessed January 12, 2020 .
  36. lifePR (c) 2002-2020: Sounding cultural heritage in focus: Annual scientific conference of the IASA country group Germany / Switzerland in Weimar, University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar, press release - lifePR. November 14, 2019, accessed on January 12, 2020 (German).