International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML)
Association internationale des bibliothèques, archives et centres de documentation musicaux (AIBM)
Internationale Vereinigung der Musikbibliotheken, Musikarchive und Musikdokumentationszentren (IVMB)
1951-07-23 Paris France
New Constitution and present name adopted Aug 1980, Cambridge (UK). Most recent Constitution adopted Jul 2014, Antwerp (Belgium).
Encourage and promote activities of libraries, archives and documentation centres concerned with music and music materials; strengthen cooperation among institutions and individuals in these fields; publish information concerning their work.
Events2022-07-26 | Prague, Czech Rep – Annual Conference
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General Assembly (annual); Board; Forum of Sections; Forum of National Representatives. Bibliographical series for music scholars and librarians (4): F-XF2608 - Répertoire international d'iconographie musicale (RIdIM); F-XF2612 - Répertoire international de littérature musicale (RILM); G-XG2074 - International Inventory of the Musical Press; F-XF1983 - International Inventory of Musical Sources.
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