Yearly Archives for 2001

Field Recordings in Archives: Preservation and Related Issues – A Continuing Dialogue

Date posted: November 28, 2001

The Center for Folklife, History and Cultural Programs at the Crandall Public Library in Glen Falls, NY,  hosted a successful forum on November 28, co-sponsored by the New York Folklore Society and the Southern Adirondack Library System, and organized by …

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Field Recordings in Archives: Preservation and Related Issues – A Continuing Dialogue Center for Folklife, History and Cultural Programs, Crandall Public Library, Glen Falls, New York Wednesday

Date posted: November 22, 2001

The Center for Folklife, History and Cultural Programs at the Crandall Public Library hosted a successful forum on November 28, co-sponsored by the New York Folklore Society and the Southern Adirondack Library System, and organized by Todd DeGarmo, the Center’s …

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TechTV Audiofile: The Amazing Global Jukebox

Date posted: September 1, 2001

Weekly television show focusing on the marriage of music and technology interviews Anna Lomax Wood about the Global Jukebox. Listen here.

Inter-American Conference on Black Music Research – Port of Spain, Trinidad

Date posted: May 27, 2001

Presented by the Society for American Music and the Center for Black Music Research. Kenneth Bilby, Don Hill, and John Cowley will give talks about Alan Lomax’s 1962 Caribbean recordings.

New York Folklore Society Roundtable

Date posted: April 26, 2001

Anna Lomax Wood and the staff of the Association for Cultural Equity host the New York Folklore Society forum and roundtable discussion under the theme: Field Recordings in Archives: Preservation and Related Issues.