Sound and vision blog

02 July 2009

Hundreds of rare tracks added to Archival Sound Recordings

World music – 13 new collections including unique field recordings from Botswana, Senegal, Zambia, Mozambique, Nepal, India, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, China and Fiji.

Early Record Catalogues – 170 scanned images of record catalogues marketing early commercial recordings from 1898 to 1926.  All fully text searchable, these are an invaluable resource for studying recording history.

Case studies page - view our new videos showing how other people have been using primary source audio materials in teaching and research. If you’d like to be featured on this page yourself, tell us how Archival Sound Recordings has supported your work.

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