Yearly Archives for 2004

9th Annual American Music Master Series: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum & Case Western reserve University Celebrate the Legacy of Lead Belly

Date posted: December 1, 2004

Don Fleming and Ellen Harold represented the Alan Lomax Archive as panelists at the Lead Belly Conference organized by Case Western and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and Anna Lomax Wood spoke briefly at the gala concert. Present …

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“Scuola Lomax” Founded in Catania

Date posted: September 22, 2004

The Alan Lomax Cultural Association opened with festivities on September 22, 2004 in Catania, Sicily. Its founders are musician Francesco De Francisco and his brother Giuseppe, a philosopher, and their associates, Stefano Sciotto (also a philosopher) and Gianluca Maugeri (a …

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7th Annual International Congress of the Mediterranean Studies Association

Date posted: May 26, 2004

This year’s Congress will be held at Universitat de Barcelona, Institut Europeu de la Mediterrania, Barcelona, Spain, spanning from May 26-29. Discussion will center on the theme: “Oral History in Mediterranean Society: Anthropological Views.” Chair: Elizabeth Mathias, St. John’s University, …

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Alan Lomax Collection Finds Permanent Home at The Library of Congress

Date posted: March 24, 2004

The Library of Congress unveiled today its latest acquisition: the archives of legendary folklorist Alan Lomax. The American Folklife Center now holds Alan Lomax’s original recordings and papers, bringing seven decades of his work together under one roof and uniting them …

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Alan Lomax Collection Record Party with Dan Zanes & Friends

Date posted: January 29, 2004

In celebration of two new releases in the Alan Lomax Collection - Louisiana: Catch that Train and Testify! and French Antilles: We Will Play Love Tonight! the Alan Lomax Archive hosts a party at the Living Room, 154 Ludlow St., New York …

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