URFM

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AcronymDefinition
URFMUpper Room Fellowship Ministry (Ypsilanti, MI)
URFMUfficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali (Italian: The Office of Musical Research Funding; Braidense National Library)
URFMUniversal Resource File Manifest (open source software)
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When the Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali moves to the Milan Conservatory Library, on 29 September 1978, its catalogues number more than 200,000 title cards.
As part of this work, the UNIMARC Sub-commission brought forward with the Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali a proposal seeking to create new fields (223, 423 and 523) in the UNIMARC authority format for names of fictitious characters in performance-related resources.
Italy: Coordinated by the Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali (URFM) in Milan, various regional groups are working on the documentation of manuscripts, prints and other sources.
Contacts started in March 2014 among RISM, 1CCU, the Italian branch, and the Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali della Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense (URFM) on two topics: the coordination of information between the SBN and the R1SM databases and a project on "libretti per musica".
My university professor Francesco Degrada, many years ago, invited me to join in the RILM Italian Committee; he sent me to the Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali, founded and headed by Claudio Sartori, presenting him as an absolute magician in bibliographic research and in music bibliography.
Italy: Under the coordination of the Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali (URFM) in Milan, various regional groups are working on the documentation of manuscripts, prints and other sources.
In Milan and Naples, no special organisation has been established for historical materials, but in Milan, sound recordings have been assigned to a special external multimedia division, the Mediateca Santa Teresa, and in 1965 the Ministry of Education created the Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali, with the aim to develop the national catalogue of musical sources to 1900.
Clori is currently kindly hosted on a server owned by the Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense di Milano, thanks to Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi and the Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali.
Italien: Koordiniert vom Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali (URFM) in Mailand arbeiten verschiedene regionale Gruppen an der Dokumentation von Handschriften, Drucken und anderen Quellen.
Following this, a panel comprising Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi (Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense, Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali, Milan), Silke Sewing (Deutsches Musikarchiv Berlin), Joseph Hafner (McGill University, Montreal), Geraldine Ostrove (Library of Congress, Washington DC) responded to the preceding presentations and gave their view of where cataloguing is heading.
In attendance were the past Chair and the Secretary of the Sub-commission (Laurence Decobert, Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris, as a substitute for the present Chair Isabelle Gauchet Doris, Centre de documentation de la musique contemporaine, Paris; Tiziana Morsanuto, Venice, Italy) and American, French and Italian members (Marguerite Iskenderian, Brooklyn College Library, Brooklyn, USA; Geraldine Ostrove and Mary Wedgewood, Library of Congress, Washington, USA; Christiane Kriloff, Conservatoire national superieur de musique de Lyon, France; and Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi, Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali (URFM), Milano, Italy).
Following this Massimo Gentili Tedeschi (Biblioteca Nazionale Braidense, Ufficio Ricerca Fondi Musicali, Milan) described the process and progress of revision (from 1997) of the 1975 RICA cataloguing rules for music in Italy.