Thanks for clearing this up.It sort of help explain,why a lot of obvious choices, both those that changed the course of musical history,or those that revolutionalized the way music was recorded,have not made the list.
Steve Ramm <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
In a message dated 7/20/2006 1:09:29 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
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Not related,but a question all the same : Does a $35 basic membership,allow
you to vote on the important recordings registry ?
ARSC Members don't vote on the REgistry. ARSC is honored that two of it's
Executive Committee members (Current President Sam Brylawski and Bill Klinger)
were invited to sit on the LOC Advisory Board. They can provide more info but
- if I understand it correctly - no one VOTES on the list and ANYONE can
recommend recordings to be included.
That said, your $36.00 (not $35., sorry) dues permit you to Vote for ARSC
Officers. It also allows you to join a Committee and get involved (which is how
Bill and Sam got on the Advisory Board.). There are lots of Committees to
join and it makes being an ARSC member more than just "receiving the Journals
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