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The OPM Archive Foundation has announced its official plans to collect Filipino music memorabilia and push for digital archiving in a bid to preserve cultural artifacts. The archive is a separate entity from Organisasyon ng Pilipinong Mang-aawit OPM in that it will serve as a foundation that collects and documents not just the actual original Filipino music, but also narratives, photographs, music sheets, and press releases.
The archive, however, for the purposes of music research and study for future generations, shall extend its coverages to the precedents of this era, the s, and extend to the present, and hopefully can be sustained into the future, for the identification and recognition of music development.
The accompanying narratives will seek to contextualize the music in its specific social relevance that defined each period, and perhaps identify continuity to the next period. This does not, however, preclude the collecting of hard copies once the quarantine period is over. While each hard copy donation will be digitized, the original copies will also be preserved through actual preventive conservation, knowing how digitization alone can be prone to obsolescence because of evolving digital formats.
The archive is now open for digital collection, and is open to the public for donations. For details, visit opmarchive.
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