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Much of Alain Daniélou’s heritage is currently preserved at the Italian FIND seat in Zagarolo – such as the photographic archive and part of the documental one, as well as his own library, writings, water-colours and paintings.
FIND handles Alain Daniélou’s lifetime of work, as well as his contributions to various worthy institutions and educational centres.
FIND’s one legitimate priority is therefore to investigate the status of the Daniélou archives and to ensure the accessibility of the related data. In this sense, many of the institutions mentioned below have started a process of cataloguing and digitalisation that will let scholars access online Daniélou’s funds.

In 1961, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) launched the series of UNESCO Traditional Music Collection

 

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Jacques Cloarec, as beneficiary of Alain Daniélou, donated Alain Daniélou’s recordings to Casa Asia of Barcelona in 2002. These recordings have been digitized and catalogued.

 

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The Cini Foundation and the Institute for Comparative Musicological Studies are located in Venice on the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore. The Institute and the Foundation are two different entities housed by the same building.

 

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According to the 1986 agreement between the Musée de l’Elysée and Alain Daniélou, the Museum was donated all the original prints of the photographs of the Khajurao and Bhuvaneshvar temples

 

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The International Institute for Traditional Music (IITM) in Berlin was founded in 1963. From the start of its activities until 1996—when it was definitively closed—the Institute organised more than 30 conferences

 

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