Special and Public Libraries Committee of Music Library Association of Japan The Special and Public Libraries Committee (SPLC) of the Music Library Association of Japan (MLAJ) plays a central role in music information services for the public and academic music communities.
What does MLAJ stand for?
MLAJ stands for Music Library Association of Japan
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
We have 1 other meaning of MLAJ in our Acronym Attic
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- Muzzle Loaders Association of Great Britain
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- Medical Library Association of India
- Machine Learning: An Artificial Intelligence Approach
- Modern Language Association International Bibliography
- Muzzle Loaders Associations International Committee (firearm organization)
- Mother Lode Adventist Junior Academy (California)
- Master Locksmiths Access Key System (Australia)
- Mouse Lysosomal Acid Lipase (genes)
- Movimento Laici America Latina
- Movimento per La Lotta (Italian: Movement for the Struggle)
- Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council (Australia)
- Major League Alumni Marketing (baseball cards)
- Mars Limited Area Model
- Masonic Library and Museum of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA)
- Mastectomy Lingerie and More (Canada)
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Another effort to make a research on original materials in Japan is an establishment of the research committee on "Musical Materials in Japan" by the Musicological Society of Japan (MSJ), and IAML Japan and the Music Library Association of Japan (MLAJ) have agreed to support the project by sending two delegates each: Hiroko KISHIMOTO, a musicologist and the director of the library at Showa University of Music, and Mariko TERAMOTO, a musicologist, from IAML Japan; and Shu-Ji LIN and Yumiko HASEGAWA, both librarians, from the MLAJ.
Since then only a few occasions for further discussion of these issues have arisen at seminars and panels organized by the Musicological Society of Japan (MSJ), IAML Japan, or the Music Library Association of Japan (MLAJ).