Our Thanks To:
The Department of Music and Performing Arts (Dipartimento di Storia delle Arti e dello Spettacolo – DAMS) of the University of Florence, Italy, for the continuing support and for making many of our events possible.
The Scuola Dottorale in Storia dello Spettacolo and Dottorato di Ricerca in Storia dello Spettacolo of the University of Florence, Italy, for endorsing our specialist Seminars since 2010.
The Library of Congress; Denise Gallo, Head of Acquisition and Processing Section; The Library of Congress Music Division; the Division’s Chief Susan Vita; the Library’s music specialists Patricia Boughman, Susan Clermont, Kevin LaVine, Karen Moses, Katherine Rivers, Raymond A. White, Walter Zvonchenko; The American Folklife Center, Judith Gray, the Center’s Coordinator of Reference Services; and many others; for assisting with the ICAMus research and theses, and generously sharing their knowledge.
The Yale University Irving S. Gilmore Music Library; Kendall Crilly, Associate University Librarian for Program Development and Research and former Music Librarian and Director of Yale Music Library (1994-2007); Suzanne Eggleston Lovejoy, Interim Music Librarian; for their help and generous support to research and events.
The Charles Ives Society; J. Peter Burkholder, President; James B. Sinclair, Executive Editor; Thomas M. Brodhead; for support and inspiration, and for making their work in progress available to our research and events.
Barbara Heyman for sharing the contents and materials of her Samuel Barber research.
Banca di Credito Cooperativo di Cambiano for its repeated financial support.
Comune di Firenze Assessorato alla Cultura for providing funding to our 2005 events.
The late Manola Grassini Bardi for her unfailing personal support and for her generous bequest.
Our Subscribers for their patronage and continuing interest in our work.
Enrico Vellati for his work as sound specialist and curator of the recordings archive of our events since 2004.
Gabriele Boccaccini for his ever brilliant ideas and his invaluable suggestions.
Irene Sanesi and Rachele Bellini of Studio Sanesi & Associati in Prato, Italy, for their legal advice & counseling in establishing ICAMus as a Non-Profit Organization in Florence, Italy, in 2003. Irene Sanesi for her constant guidance over the years.
Andrea Masini, for his work as accountant & bookkeeper of the Organization’s financial records.
Mediagrafic for the creation and technical support of the ICAMus older Web site (2002-2010).
Andrea Tasso and Sergio Pinna, Web masters 2011-2012.
The current Web masters: Daniela Baggiani of Zumedia for the projects & graphics; Iacopo Spalletti and Stefano Morandi for the software development.
ICAMus gratefully remembers:
H. Wiley Hitchcock (1923-2007)
Sergio Bonfanti (1929-2008)
Rodrigo Valencia (1940-2009)
David G. Porter (1953-2010)
Maria Adelaide Bartoli Bacherini (1935-2014)
For their support, for creating projects, and for sharing their works in progress and knowledge.