Music brings people together, and IAML membership supports our aim to make music internationally accessible through acquisition and lending, preservation and digitization, cataloguing and bibliography, and documentation and research. Moreover, most music librarians and archivists serve as educators, opening up the vast world of information and repertoire during their daily interactions with students, faculty members, researchers, musicians, and the general public. We work internationally on multiple fronts to promote and protect musical heritage among diverse cultures, because the importance of music in the lives of the world's peoples is something we truly cherish.

CAML Review: Call for Submissions / Appel à contributions

CAML Review masthead CAML Review, the official publication of CAML, is finalizing preparations for our December issue, and is now requesting submissions for the June issue. CAML Review, la publication officielle de CAML, finalise les préparatifs pour notre numéro de décembre et demande maintenant des soumissions pour le numéro de juin.

International conference celebrating 70 years of RISM

Pia Shekter speaks at the Opening SessionAn international conference was held 7-9 October 2022 acknowledging the 70th anniversary of RISM (Répertoire International des Sources Musicales). It was a great honour for me to extend IAML’s warm congratulations in a short speech at the opening session. As the President of IAML, I am very proud of the fact that our Association was one of the two founders of the RISM project in 1952, together with the International Musicological Society (IMS).

IAML Spain-AEDOM expresses its disagreement with the assignment of the Music Documentation Center of Andalusia as a unit under the Andalusian Regional Library

The Centro de Documentación Musical de Andalucía (CDMA), institutional partner of AEDOM-IAML/Spain, has been, and is, a reference and core entity that comprehensively manages Andalusian musical heritage.


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