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Europeana’s mega metadata set opens for re-use

Opportunities for apps developers, designers and other digital innovators will be boosted today as the digital portal Europeana opens up its dataset of over 20 million cultural objects for free re-use.

Australian National Registry of Recorded Sound 2012 additions

The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia's 2012 additions to the National Registry of Recorded Sound have been announced by the Federal Minister for the Arts Simon Crean.

The additions, with streaming audio, are on the NFSA website:

http://www.nfsa.gov.au/collection/sound/sounds-australia/sounds-australi...

Call for Papers for the Journal of Music Research Online (JMRO)

JMRO is now is calling for English language articles of the highest international scholarly standards in the areas of Composition, Early Music, Ethnomusicology, Gender Studies in Music, Interdisciplinary Studies in Music, Music Education, Music Technologies, Musicology, Performance Practice, Popular Music

Articles in other areas considered appropriate by the editor will also be considered for publication.

http://www.jmro.org.au/index.php/mca2/announcement

IASA 2012 Conference: register now

'Early bird' registration for the IASA 2012 conference "In Transition: Access for All" closes at the end of August.

Register now online to take advantage of the early bird rates: http://2012.iasa-web.org/

Hosted by the AIIS Archives and Research Center for Ethnomusicology, ably guided by Shubha Chaudhuri, this will be one of the most important meetings of recent times. Held in the India International Center, near the tourist resources of Delhi’s bustling metropolis, it will be an exciting time for IASA attendees.

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