Introduction to Collection Agency | Museu De La Msica De Barcelona of Collection
Museu de la Msica de Barcelona of collectionThe Museu de la Msica de Barcelona (English: Music Museum of Barcelona) is a museum in Barcelona, Spain that houses a collection of musical instruments from around the world as well as biographical documents, from ancient civilisations to new technologies from the 21st century. The museum collection comprises 2000 musical instruments, 500 of which are on display, including one of the best guitar collections of the world. The museum covers historical, conservational and research aspects and promotes the citys musical heritage.The Museu de la Msica is administered by the City Council. Since 2007 its headquarters are found on the second floor of the L'Auditori de Barcelona in the Fort Pienc neighbourhood.------Gordon Collection of casement windowThe Gordon Collection (also known as the Douglas H. Gordon Collection) at the University of Virginia's Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library comprises some 1200 volumes of French books dating from the sixteenth through the 19th century. Over 600 were printed before 1600, and many retain their original bindings. The collection, which came to the University of Virginia in 1986, was the bequest of the late Douglas Huntly Gordon of Baltimore, a prominent Maryland attorney, former president of St. Johns College in Annapolis, and recipient of the French Lgion d'Honneur and Palmes Acadmiques. A Francophile since his undergraduate days at Harvard, Mr. Gordon was a notable American bibliophile------The Shanti Model of collection agencyShanti is a Sanskrit word meaning "inner peace" or "tranquility" and all of Shanti's direct service and educational programs are aimed at easing the burdens and improving the well-being of people in difficult life situations.The Shanti model of peer support is built upon several servicesmutual respectpositive regardempowerment of the client (the assumption that the client has the solutions to his or her own problems and does not need your advice or direction)genuineness (being oneself, authenticity)acceptance of differences (does not mean agreement, but acceptance based on respect)empathy (allowing oneself to feel with another person)intention to be of service------Pre-Columbian collection of mexican artThis collection hosts the Felipe Orlando Garca-Murciano collection of Pre-Columbian art. It was gathered thanks to donations, lending and acquisitions made by Benalmdenas town hall. The pieces have their origin in several Hispanic American countries: Mexico, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Costa Rica and Peru, to name a few. The exposition illustrates two main nucleus of civilization: The one from Mesoamerica or Old Mexico and the other from the central Andes or Old Per. Also there is an intermediary area that encompasses the low Central America and the north Andes region. Each of these zones is located in one of the three museum halls. This Pre-Columbian art collection is one of the biggest outside Hispanic America------Mahavishnu Orchestra: The Complete Columbia Albums CollectionThe Complete Columbia Albums Collection is a box set by Mahavishnu Orchestra. It came out in 2011 and it contains remastered versions of all the albums by the first incarnation of the band, including The Lost Trident Sessions which was to be the band's third studio album, recorded in 1973 but only released in 1999. Additionally, the first album The Inner Mounting Flame contains a bonus track, the live album Between Nothingness & Eternity was remixed and expanded, and the box includes a previously unreleased live CD called Unreleased Tracks from Between Nothingness & Eternity. The box comes with a 16-page booklet with short liner notes by John McLaughlin and Richard Seidel.------The poems of the collection, in alphabetic order1909 la SantAutomne maladeAutomneAnnieChantreClair de luneClotildeCors de chasseCortgeCrpusculeHtelsL'AdieuL'migrant de Landor RoadL'ErmiteLa Blanche NeigeLa Chanson du Mal AimLa DameLa LoreleyLa Maison des mortsLa PorteLa SynagogueLa TziganeLe BrasierLe LarronLe Pont MirabeauLe Vent nocturneLe VoyageurLes ClochesLes ColchiquesLes FemmesLes FianaillesLes SapinsLul de FalteninMaiMarieMarizibillMerlinMerlin et la Vieille FemmeNuit rhnanePalaisPome lu au mariage d'Andr SalmonRhnane d'automneRosemondeSalomSaltimbanquesSchinderhannesSigneUn soirVendmiaireZone (voir: Pihis)------Campus of collectionPublic art is distributed throughout the 509-acre IUPUI campus. Sculptures are clustered near the Herron School of Art and Design, the School of Liberal Arts, and the University Library. Several were previously displayed at the White River State Park or Indianapolis Museum of Art.The campus is next to the Indiana Avenue cultural district, just west of downtown Indianapolis near the Indianapolis Zoo, Downtown Canal Walk, and White River State Park.A large collection of archival photographs of the campus can be found in the IUPUI Image Collection. Ralph D. Gray's book IUPUIthe Making of an Urban University (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003) is a comprehensive account of the history of the campus.------Early life of collection agencyGilleon was born in Gainesville, Florida on March 14, 1942 and was raised by his grandparents until beginning school. In 1960, he accepted a baseball scholarship to the University of Florida where he briefly studied architecture before enlisting in the U.S. Navy. During his service, Gilleon worked as a radio operator in Argentia, Newfoundland and flew anti-submarine flights in the north Atlantic. He also marched in President Kennedy's inauguration parade and was a cryptographer aboard a blockade ship during the Cuban Missile Crisis. After his enlistment in the Navy expired, Gilleon briefly worked as a radio operator for the Guided Missile Range Division in Cape Kennedy, Florida.------Organisation and administration of collection agencyThe University of the Faroe Islands is administered by a Board of Directors made up by of seven members. Four of its members are appointed directly by the minister while the remaining three are appointed on recommendation from the university. The Board of Directors is responsible for appointing the rector. The seat of the rector is currently held by Chik Collins.The University of the Faroe Islands is publicly funded. In 2010 the University's was allocated 68,178,000 DKK by the government. Apart from the government the university also gets funding for specific projects from the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation as well as from the private sector. The university is a member of UArctic.------Overview of collection agencyOriginally, Batwa were forest-dwelling hunter-gatherers based in the Great Lakes region of Central Africa, and are widely accepted as the original inhabitants of the region. As their traditional forest lands and territories fell under the control of agro-industries and conservation agencies, the Batwa became squatters living on the edges of society. The establishment of the Bwindi and Mgahinga National Parks for Mountain Gorillas in 1991 enabled the authorities to evict the Batwa definitely from the forest. The Batwa in Uganda (today) experience systematic and pervasive discrimination from the government and other sectors of society, and their rights as indigenous peoples are neither recognized nor respected.------Carat Collection of andromeda38 Carat Collection (released as The Collection in the U.S.) is a compilation album by the English pop band Prefab Sprout, released in October 1999 by Columbia Records. It was issued in a double CD version. Each disc is arranged in chronological order, with most of the group's singles appearing on disc 1 ("The Devil Has All the Best Tunes" is omitted, and "All The World Loves Lovers" and "I Remember That" appear on the second CD) and tracks from their six previous studio albums on disc 2."Where the Heart Is", the theme from the TV series of same name, was issued as a single in May 2000.------South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology of collection agencyThe South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, or SCIAA, was founded in 1963 as a research institute at University of South Carolina and as a State cultural resource management agency. In the latter capacity, SCIAA is part of the Executive Department of the South Carolina State Government and serves as the main State agency concerned with the State's Archaeology (both prehistoric and historic), and its discovery, study, interpretation, publication, and official conservation at its curatorial facilities. As a University research institute, SCIAA both initiates and conducts a wide spectrum of field investigations and collections research throughout South Carolina. SCIAA participates in numerous university projects, and is a significant part of the University's infrastructure, and the University's publication series------Individualised Learner Record of collection agencyThe Individualised Learner Record (ILR) is the primary data collection about further education and work-based learning in England. It is requested from learning providers in England's further education system. The data is used widely, most notably by the government to monitor policy implementation and the performance of the sector, and by organisations that allocate FE funding.ILR data is collected from providers that are in receipt of funding from the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA). It has changed name since it began, to the PLR (Personalised Learner Record) and together, forms the Learner Records Service dataset. In October 2019, the official statistics released by the Department for Education indicated it controlled over 28.4 million named, individual records.------Funding of collection agencyIn addition to grants from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and other entities, AAC diversifies its funding through fundraising events including the annual AIDS Walk, Boston's second largest walk, and ARTcetera, a biennial art auction that features art from acclaimed artists such as Mr. Brainwash, Ryan McGinley, Mitch Weiss, Harold Eugene Edgerton.AAC also receives 100% of the funds raised by Boomerangs, its award-winning resale store with locations in Jamaica Plain, Cambridge and West Roxbury and their sister store, Boomerangs Special Edition, located in the South End neighborhood of Boston.On 26 September, 1988, the AIDS Benefit Concert was held and profits donated to the AAC.------Poems from the collection in earlier publications of bb&t notaryMany of the poems appeared, in Icelandic or in translation, in journals before or after the publication of the book:Tu sund tregawtt, spring 2009Tmarit Mls og menningar, vol. 2 2009Sprung formal, spring 2009, pp. 1-8 (in English)Ars Poetica, spring 2010 (in Slovak)3AM Magazine, spring 2010 (in English, with another excerpt here)Stna, vol. 2, 2010Rattle, vol. 2, 2011 (in English)Dnevi poezija in vina, August 2011 (in Slovenian)Lyrikline, 2011 (in Polish and Estonian)Skldagjf S, S, 2011IWF! IWF! OMG! OMG!, Kozempel & Timm, 2011 (in German)Ny islandsk poesi, Arena, 2011 (in Danish)Parnasso, spring 2013 (in Finnish)DV (1 June 2013)Versopolis: European review of Poetry, Books and Culture (n.d.) (in Icelandic and English)------ContentsCritical reception of collectionGeoff Page, reviewing the collection in The Canberra Times, found a unique voice: "Randolph Stow is one of the few younger Australian poets who have found truly individual voices. It is a voice which will not please everyone for it can be high-pitched and contorted but it is unique, and that, these days, is a distinct achievement."While reviewing the book as a part of a survey of Australian poetry of the time, Ronald Dunlop noted: "Here, landscape slips into place. Randolph Stows poetry, strongly rooted in the earth, reaches out from it to the other world of humanity. Essentially the poetry of experience, its promise is great, its performance so far impressive."------Life of horse collectionCedercreutz was born in the Kylinkartano Manorfi and studied in the Finnish Art Society's Drawing School in Helsinki and later in Brussels 19031904, Rome 19041905 and in Acadmie Julian in Paris from 1906 to 1909. He was influenced by the sculptors like Charles van der Stappen, Constantin Meunier ja Auguste Rodin as well as the Tolstoyan movement.In 1914 Cedercreutz started working in his new atelier by the river Kokemenjoki in the municipality of Harjavalta. Cedercreutz was also collecting historical artifacts from the countryside of Satakunta province. 1916 he established a museum in Harjavalta, known today as the Emil Cedercreutz Museumfi, showing collections of Cedercreutz's work, cultural history and temporary art exhibitions.------Bird collection of collectorLysaght acquired most of his collection from E M Connop of Wroxham, near Norwich, in 1912 or 1913. The vast majority of specimens were from Norfolk and it is believed that many of the remainder were added by Lysaght himself. The 1913 catalogue of the collection, then kept at Castleford Museum in Chepstow, lists 1,860 birds in 680 cases or as individual specimens. After Lysaght's death, his son Desmond Lysaght offered the collection in 1954 to Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, which was only able to accept a selection of it because of limited storage space' The W R Lysaght Collection at Birmingham now totals almost 1300 specimens, representing 325 different species.