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The Archive of Popular American Music is a non-circulating research collection covering the history of popular music in America from 1790 numbering almost. International Folk Dance Archive This collection, contains music for folk dancing that is now out of print. Most of the selections come from. Accessing These Materials · The Archive of World Music is a closed-stack, non-circulating teaching and archival collection for in-library use. · Materials in the. music Archives

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This collection, contains music for folk dancing that is now out of print. Most of the selections come from 78rpm transcriptions featuring music from all over the world. Metadata includes title, performing artist, country of origin, and duration.

 

National Jukebox by Library of CongressNational Jukebox by Library of Congress
The National Jukebox is a collection of historical sound recordings presented by the Library of Congress. The collection features more than 10,000 78rpm disc sides issued by the Victor Talking Machine Company between 1900 and 1925. New recordings are added periodically. The site also features selected playlists for listening.

 

British Library Archival Sound RecordingsBritish Library Archival Sound Recordings
British Library Sounds contains 50,000 sound recordings from all over the world. The collection is sorted into nine categories: Accents & Dialects; Arts, Literature & Music Archives Classical Music; Environment & Nature; Popular Music; Oral History; Sound Recording History; World & Traditional Music; and Sound Maps, music Archives. The site also includes audio download tools, a sound and vision blog, and a case studies page with written and video testimonials.

 

Global Music ArchiveGlobal Music Archive
The Global Music Archive, by Vanderbilt University, is a multi-media reference archive and resource center for traditional and popular song, music, and dance of Africa and the Americas. It is a public facility that promotes education in African and American traditional and popular music through its own activities and its support for the activities of others.

 

Audio Archive

Audio Archive
The recordings in this collection range from alternative news programming, to Grateful Dead concerts, to Old Time Radio, to book and poetry readings, to original music uploaded by Internet Archive users. The collection features over 2.8 million recordings, music Archives. The archive allows searching by topic or keyword search.

 

Saint Paul Chamber OrchestraThe Music Archives Paul Chamber Orchestra
The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, founded in 1959, provides this free Listening Library. Enjoy performances of more than 250 classical music compositions written from 1691 to 2011. Search by title, composer, conductor or musician, or browse by countries, genre, composer and more. 

 

New Orleans Independent Music Digital CollectionNew Orleans Independent Music Digital Collection
Howard-Tilton Memorial Library at Tulane University presents their digital collection of independently released albums. The purpose of the digital collection is to expose visitors to local indie music, to learn more about various indie bands and individual artists, music Archives, that adds to the rich musical heritage of New Orleans.

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The Archive of World Music at Loeb Music Library collects archival field recordings of musics worldwide, music Archives, as well as commercial audiovisual recordings and streaming resources of ethnomusicological interest.

The collection was established in 1976 by Professor John Ward. In 1992, with the appointment of Harvard's first senior professor of ethnomusicology, the collection moved to the Loeb Music Library.

The Archive has developed important collections from Asia and the Middle East. It holds diverse archival material, music Archives, such as wide-ranging Chinese songs acquired by Harvard Professor Emeritus Rulan Pian; extensive field recordings made by Martha Forsyth in 1980s of traditional Bulgarian songs; field recordings of Tvisöngur (male polyphony music Archives Iceland); and !Kung field recordings. Numerous recordings of Indonesian music have also been acquired, music Archives, primarily on commercial sound cassettes.

Some of the Archive's major collections include:

While collection development focuses on the Middle East, Asia and Africa, the Archive is expanding its holdings of recordings from Mexico, Central and South America, as well as from all around the music Archives grant funding from the Laura Boulton Foundation, the Sema Vakf Foundation, and the Harvard University Library Digital Initiative has supported efforts to preserve and digitize collections.

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Music Archives: composers

The main focus of the composer archives at Cambridge University Library lies on British 20th century music and on composers who have some connection with Cambridge. Some of these archives are very extensive and can contain a variety of materials such as music manuscripts, music Archives, papers and correspondence, concert programmes, printed music, books on music.

  • William Alwyn
  • Arthur Bliss
  • S.T. Boorman: musical manuscripts
  • Doreen Carwithen: musical manuscripts, letters, papers, sound recordings
  • W.C, music Archives. Denis-Browne: musical transcripts in manuscript (lute music)
  • Roberto Gerhard
  • Alan Grey: musical manuscripts
  • Patrick Hadley: musical manuscripts, music Archives music, music Archives, some letters
  • James Hook: musical manuscripts
  • John Music Archives diaries (transcripts)
  • Felix W. Morley: musical manuscripts
  • Robin Orr: musical manuscripts, printed music, programmes, music Archives, papers, some letters
  • Cyril Bradley Rootham: musical manuscripts, printed music
  • Robert Salkeld: musical manuscripts, music Archives, correspondence, photographs
  • R.J.S. Stevens: diaries and memoirs
  • Peter Tranchell
  • Bernard van Dieren: musical manuscripts
  • Geoffrey Wright: musical manuscripts, scrap books, sound recordings, miscellaneous papers
  • Peter Warlock: musical manuscripts

Music Archives: scholars

As with the composer archives, the focus of lies on British musicologists, music critics and music scholars, many of whom had a connection with Cambridge.

  • Walter Bergmann: (part) musical editions in manuscript
  • Deryck Cooke
  • Gerald Cooper: musical manuscripts of composers he knew.
  • Thurston Dart
  • Edward Dent: musical transcripts in manuscript, letters, music Archives, scholarly papers (lectures, notes, music Archives, etc.)
  • Hans Keller: books & music (personal library), papers, letters, programmes, musical manuscripts (functional analyses)
  • Laurence Picken: library, music Archives, research microfilms and manuscripts (Japanese/Chinese music)
  • H.E. Poole: research papers (music printing and publishing)
  • Stanley Sadie: research papers, music Archives, reviews, correspondence, music Archives, programme and record sleeve notes, lecture texts, broadcast scripts and recordings
  • J.B. Trend: musical music Archives in manuscript

Music Archives: performers

A third category of music archives consists of performer archives and collections or partial collections of University Musical Societies.

  • Hedli Anderson: musical manuscripts of songs written for her by Britten, music Archives, Lutyens, Searle, Walton, & many others
  • Alfredo Music Archives printed music (marked up), programmes, music Archives, bust
  • Edith Coates & Harry Powell Lloyd: programmes, letters, printed music, sound recordings
  • Norman Del Mar: printed music & some MSS (marked up) mostly of contemporary British Music
  • Jeanne-Marie Dolmetsch Collection
  • Christopher Hogwood
  • Lee Thistlethwaite: programmes, letters, printed music, other misc. papers
  • W.H. Music Archives musical manuscripts, diaries, programmes, letters

University Societies

  • C.U. Musical Club
  • C.U. Musical Society
  • C.U. Opera Society
  • C.U. Opera Group
  • C.U. Jazz Club
  • C.U, music Archives. Madrigal Society
  • Fitzwilliam Music Archives Society
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The Mighty Manatees   Hotel Fiesole Skippack, PA  November 19, 2021 (Friday)  Electric Quintet Set 1. 01. Fast Money  02. Me & Fiona  03. Hey Bulldog  04. Soul Shakedown Party  05, music Archives. Big Railroad Blues 》 HBDs  06. Are You Ready for the Country  07. Ooh Las Vegas  08. Running Away  09. Lets Spend The Night Together  10. Scream  11. Funky Kingston  Set 2.  12. Lawman  13. Dont Ease Me In  14. Get Up Stand Up  15. Georgina  16. Angelina  17. Walking the Dog  18. Congo.
Topic: Live concert
Source: Matrix: Source 1: Superlux S502 > Tascam-100mkIII (24/48) Sweet Spot 8 ft high Source 2: SBD > (Randy Sub - XLR) Tascam-100mkII (24/48)

Billy Strings Mohegan Sun Arena Wilkes Barre, Music Archives November 19, 2021 ***24 BIT/48Khz*** www.billystrings.com Billy Strings - Guitar/Vocals Billy Failing - Banjo/Vocals Jarrod Walker - Mandolin Royal Masat - Bass Schoeps MK41v's>Schoeps KCY 250/5i>Schoeps VST62iu>Sound Devices MixPre-10 II (@32 BIT Float/48Khz) Sound Forge Pro 15 (Fades,POW-r depth conversion to 24 Bit)>CDWAV(Tracking)>Trader's Little Helper(FLAC)>Foobar2000(Track Tagging) Recorded & Processed By Keith.
music Archives Topics: Live concert, 24 BIT, Schoeps MK41v's, music Archives, Keith Litzenberger
Source: Schoeps MK41v's>Schoeps KCY 250/5i>Schoeps VST62iu>Sound Devices MixPre-10 II

Billy Strings  Mohegan Sun Arena Wilkes Barre, PA November 19, 2021 ***24 BIT/48Khz*** www.billystrings.com Billy Strings - Guitar/Vocals Billy Failing - Banjo/Vocals Jarrod Walker - Mandolin Royal Masat - Bass Neumann KM150's>Sound Devices MixPre-10 II (@32 BIT Float/48Khz)  Sound Forge Pro 15 (Fades,POW-r depth conversion to 24 Bit)>CDWAV(Tracking)>Trader's Little Helper(FLAC)>Foobar2000(Track Tagging) Recorded & Processed By Keith Litzenberger Set One: 01 Tuning 02 Ole.
Topics: Live concert, music Archives, 24 BIT, Neumann KM150's, music Archives, Keith Litzenberger
music Archives Source: Neumann KM150's>Sound Devices MixPre-10 II

Original tunes: • "Relay My Dismay" • "A Little Stronger"  • "Last Night" • "Ev'rybody's Darlin'" "Salt Creek" thru "Laid" feat, music Archives. Heather Pinson of Music Archives Old Millfiddle https://www.sweatyalreadystringband.com
music Archives Topic: Live concert
music Archives Source: Zoom H1 below area mic

Billy Strings Mohegan Sun Arena Wilkes Barre, PA November 19, 2021 www.billystrings.com Billy Strings - Guitar/Vocals Billy Failing - Banjo/Vocals Jarrod Walker - Mandolin Royal Masat - Bass Neumann KM150's>Sound Devices MixPre-10 II (@32 BIT Float/48Khz)  Sound Forge Pro 15 (Fades,Resample to 44.1kz, POW-r depth conversion to 16 Bit)>CDWAV(Tracking)>Trader's Little Helper(FLAC)>Foobar2000(Track Tagging) Recorded & Processed By Keith Litzenberger Set One: 01 Tuning 02 Ole.
music Archives Topics: Live concert, 16 BIT, music Archives, Neumann KM150's, Keith Litzenberger
Source: Neumann KM150's>Sound Devices MixPre-10 II

Billy Strings Mohegan Sun Arena Wilkes Barre, PA November 19, 2021 www.billystrings.com Billy Strings - Guitar/Vocals Billy Failing - Banjo/Vocals Jarrod Walker - Mandolin Royal Masat - Bass Schoeps MK41v's>Schoeps KCY 250/5i>Schoeps VST62iu>Sound Devices MixPre-10 II (@32 BIT Float/48Khz)  Sound Forge Pro 15 (Fades,Resample to 44.1kz, POW-r depth conversion to 16 Bit)>CDWAV(Tracking)>Trader's Little Helper(FLAC)>Foobar2000(Track Tagging) Recorded & Processed By Keith.
Topics: Live concert, 16 BIT, Schoeps MK41v's, Keith Litzenberger
Source: Schoeps MK41v's>Schoeps KCY 250/5i>Schoeps VST62iu>Sound Devices MixPre-10 II

Los Lobos 18 November 2021 (Thursday) City Winery Washington, D.C. Source: Microtech Gefell M21 > nBob actives > Sound Devices MixPre-6 (24/48) Transfer: MP6 > iMac. Tracked via Sound Studio, music Archives, FLAC via xACT Recorded by Alex Leary Set One 01. Down On The Riverbed 02. Wicked Rain 03. One Time, One Night 04. Chuco's Cumbia 05. Misery 06. Love Special Delivery 07. Sail On, Sailor 08. The Neighborhood Set Two 09, music Archives. Saint Behind The Glass 10. Teresa 11. Kiko And The Lavender Moon 12, music Archives. Mexico.
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Topics: Los Lobos, City Winery, Washington, D.C., Alex Leary, vwmule, Gefell
music Archives Source: Microtech Gefell M21 > nBob actives > Sound Devices MixPre-6 (24/48)

Excerpted from the stream recorded on November 18, 2021. 01 Low Earth Orbit 02 JTown Blues 03 Eventually 04 Knockin Boots 05 Sail Boats 06 Crates Hairy Larry's twitch stream is at twitch.tv/hairylarryland The HairyLarryLand website is at hairylarryland.com All of Larry's livestream music Archives are at The Live Music Archive, music Archives. https://archive.org/details/HairyLarry The links for audio and video playlists are the same except the video playlist has .video appended. All songs by Larry Heyl licensed.
Topics: Live concert, jazz, music Archives, blues, piano, hairylarryland, music Archives, music Archives, livestream

Excerpted from the stream recorded on November 18, 2021. 01 Low Earth Orbit 02 JTown Blues 03 Eventually 04 Knockin Boots 05 Sail Boats 06 Crates Hairy Larry's twitch stream is at twitch.tv/hairylarryland The HairyLarryLand website is at hairylarryland.com All of Larry's livestream playlists are at The Live Music Archive. https://archive.org/details/HairyLarry The music Archives for audio and video playlists are the same except the video playlist has .video appended. All songs by Larry Heyl licensed.
Topics: Live concert, jazz, blues, music Archives, piano, hairylarryland, twitch, livestream

Holly Bowling 2021-11-17 Midtown Ballroom, music Archives, Bend OR rig right side FOH, ~8.5 ft high 01 - China Cat Sunflower > 02 - I Know You Rider > 03 - Stash* > 04 - St. Stephen*^ > 05 - I Know You Rider > Stash *brief return to China Cat theme ^Stash teases
Topic: Live concert
Source: AKG 480b/ck63 /naiant littlebox > Sony PCM Music Archives (96/24)

Holly Bowling 2021-11-17 Midtown Ballroom, Bend OR rig right side FOH, ~8.5 ft high 01 - China Cat Sunflower > 02 - I Know You Rider > 03 - Stash* > 04 - St. Stephen*^ > 05 - I Know You Rider > Stash *brief return to China Cat theme ^Stash teases
Topic: Live concert
Source: AKG 480b/ck63 / Naiant littlebox > Sony PCM M10

Goose 2021-11-17 The Truman KC Kansas City, MO source: MBHO 440 + 410 > Sound Devices MixPre-3 > Audacity > CDwave > TLH > Flac1648 recorded by Sam Darrow set 1: 01 Earthling or Alien?> 02 Indian River 03 Doctor My Eyes# 04 Same Old Shenanigans> 05 (dawn) 06 All I Need 07 Bob Don> 08 All I Need set 2: 01 Aracadia> 02 Crosseyed music Archives Painless>$ 03 Drive> 04 Moby 05 726 06 Into The Myst 07 Crowd 08 Doobie Song # Jackson Browne $ Talking Heads.
music Archives Topic: Live concert
Source: Music Archives 440 + 410 + Mixpre-3

Umphrey's McGee     November 11th 2021 The Truman-KC,MO Taper: Brian Price Microtech Gefell M20>Niant PFA>Zoom F8 24/44.1k Normalize & EQ>Render to 16bit/44.1k>CDWav>FLAC Taped By Brian Price [email protected] A Team Kansasouri Production **** DO NOT BUY OR SELL THIS RECORDING **** Location: SBD, DIN A @ 12' Set 1: 01 Intro 02 Earthling or Alien? 03 Indian River 04 Doctor My Eyes 05 Same Old Shenanigans 06 (dawn) 07 All I Need 08 Bob Don 09 All I Need (Reprise) Set.
Topic: Live concert
Source: Microtech Gefell M20>Niant PFA>Zoom F8 24/44.1k

Excerpted from the stream recorded on November 16, 2021. 01 Crates 02 JTown Blues 03 Malaysia 04 Causality Hairy Larry's twitch stream is at twitch.tv/hairylarryland The HairyLarryLand website is at hairylarryland.com All of Larry's livestream playlists are at The Live Music Archive. https://archive.org/details/HairyLarry The links for audio and video playlists are the same except the video playlist has .video appended. All songs by Larry Heyl licensed Creative Commons Attribution, CC BY.
Topics: Live concert, music Archives, jazz, music Archives, bossa, piano, hairylarryland, music Archives, twitch, livestream

Terrapin Flyer 11-16=2021 Mystic Hot Springs Monroe, UT Playin In The Band > Playin Jam > Uncle Johns Band > Drums > Space > Mystic Jam > The Other One > Comes A Time > Sugar Magnolia > Sunshine Daydream Brokedown Palace Mickey Toop Guest Rhythm Guitarist Lineage: (wav 24/48) > Audacity > Foobar2000 > FLAC 8 Source : A KG ck63 DINa > nbob actives > PFAs + AKG 414 B-ULS A-B split 18inches (Cardiod) + Board > Mixpre6 ii (wav 32/48) Recorded by: Big.
Topic: Live concert
Source: Source:AKG ck63 DINa > nbob actives > PFAs + AKG 414 B-ULS A-B split 18inches (Cardiod) + Board > Mixpre6 ii (wav 32/48)

Glen Phillips Seven Steps Up, Spring Lake, MI 2021-11-16 source: SP-CMC-19 (clipped to hat) > Tascam DR--05X (24 bit, 48 kHz wav) > memory card location: front row, right in front music Archives Glen transfer: copied wav to laptop and split in to tracks with mhwaveedit then converted to 24bit flac files taper: Jason Pline - [email protected] Set 1: Walk on music Archives Ocean The Easy Ones Gather Go In the Lantern Light Last Sunset Starting Now Easier Leaving Oldtown Nobody's Gonna Get Hurt Set 2: All I Want.
Topic: Live concert
Source: SP-CMC-19 (clipped to hat) > Tascam DR--05X (24 bit, music Archives, 48 kHz wav) > memory card

Ryley Walker The 9:30 Club Washington, DC Wednesday, music Archives, November 16, 2021 8pm 2021-11-16 Striking Down Your Big Premier Shiva With Dustpan Opposite Middle Telluride Speed The Halfwit In Me Ryley Music Archives - guitar     https://www.ryleywalker.com/ Bill MacKay - guitar     https://billmackay.com/ Scott Colberg - bass     https://scottcolberg.com/ Ryan Jewell - drums     https://www.ryanjewell.com/ FOH - Shawn “Gus” Vitale    .
music Archives Topics: Live concert, Ryley Walker, Bill MacKay, Scott Colberg, Ryan Jewell, 930, music Archives, 9:30, Shawn Vitale, Gus.
Source: Music Archives 441s 10' high inside foh booth left of console/center @ 24/48

Ryley Walker The 9:30 Club Washington, DC Wednesday, Music Archives 16, music Archives, 2021 8pm 2021-11-16 Striking Down Your Big Premier Shiva With Dustpan Opposite Middle Telluride Speed Music Archives Halfwit In Me Ryley Walker - guitar     https://www.ryleywalker.com/ Bill MacKay - guitar     https://billmackay.com/ Scott Colberg - bass     https://scottcolberg.com/ Ryan Jewell - drums     https://www.ryanjewell.com/ FOH - Shawn “Gus” Vitale    .
Topics: Live concert, Ryley Walker, music Archives, Bill MacKay, Scott Colberg, Ryan Jewell, 930, 9:30, Shawn Vitale, Gus.
Source: SBD > Zoom H6 @ 24/48

Excerpted from the stream recorded on November 16, 2021. 01 Crates 02 JTown Blues 03 Malaysia 04 Causality Hairy Larry's twitch stream is at twitch.tv/hairylarryland The Ableton live 11 Archives s website is at hairylarryland.com All of Larry's livestream playlists are at The Live Music Archive. https://archive.org/details/HairyLarry The links for audio and video playlists are the same except the video playlist has .video appended. All songs by Larry Heyl licensed Creative Commons Attribution, CC BY.
Topics: Live concert, music Archives, jazz, bossa, music Archives, blues, piano, music Archives, hairylarryland, twitch, livestream

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music Archives Topic: Live concert
music Archives Source: AT Cardoid Mini>Batt Box>TascamD7X

Escape Vehicle Audrey's Private Appreciation Party Tucker Brewing Company Tucker, Georgia 11/14/2021 Source: Schoeps CCM4V'S>Lunatec V2>Sound Devices 722 (24/44.1) FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP 15' From Stage, 5 1/2' High DSP: Sound Devices 722>Sound Forge 10.0>CD Wave>flac(16) ID3 Tagged In Foobar 2000 Recorded By: Z-Man Seeded By: Z-Man A Team Dirty South Recording Disc I 01 They Call Me The Breeze 02 I Know Y0ou Rider 03 Ophelia 04 I'm So Glad 05 Feelin' Alright 06 Lawyers, Guns, And.
Topics: Live concert, Z-Man, Team Dirty South, music Archives, Escape Vehicle
Source: Schoeps CCM4V'S>Lunatec V2>Sound Devices 722 (24/44.1)

Pink Talking Fish The Recher Towson, MD November 14, 2021 ***24 BIT/48Khz Fileset*** www.pinktalkingfish.com Eric Gould (bass/vocals) Richard James (keyboards/vocals) Zack Burwick (drums/vocals) Cal Kehoe (guitar/vocals) Soundboard + AKG 414 XLS's (Omni, Onstage, music Archives, spaced 12ft) >Sound Devices MixPre-10 II (Recorded @ 32 BIT Float/48Khz) Nuendo 4 (Mix)>Sound Forge Pro 13 (Fades, POW-r Bit depth conversion to 24 BIT)>CDWAV(Tracking)>Trader's Little Helper(FLAC)Foobar2000 (Track Tagging).
Topics: Live concert, 24 BIT, music Archives, Soundboard, AKG 414's, music Archives, Keith Litzenberger
Source: Soundboard + AKG 414 XLS's (Omni, music Archives, Onstage, spaced 12ft) >Sound Devices MixPre-10 II

Guitarnes s is: Jeff Pevar Guitar/Vocals Scott Murawsk i Guitar/Vocals Jon Peckman Drums Dave Livolsi Bass Inger Jorgensen Vocals (Set 2) Set 1 (79:39) 01. jam > Cruel World (24:55) 02. Manic Depression (9:19) 03. Althea (12:55) 04. Set the Controls (10:46) 05. Love Makes You Lose Your Mind (15:15) 06, music Archives. Have a Cigar (6:29) Set 2 (48:17) 01. She's So Heavy (10:44) 02, music Archives. Skin It Back (8:36) 03. Pretzel Logic (6:29) 04. She Is the City (5:27) 05, music Archives. Wishing Well (7:14) 06. Heartbreaker > Rock.
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Topic: Music Archives concert
Source: aud > Tascam DR-05

Pink Talking Fish The Music Archives Towson, MD November 14, 2021 www.pinktalkingfish.com Eric Gould (bass/vocals) Richard James (keyboards/vocals) Zack Burwick (drums/vocals) Cal Kehoe (guitar/vocals) Soundboard + AKG 414 XLS's (Omni, Onstage, spaced 12ft) >Sound Devices MixPre-10 II (Recorded @ 32 BIT Float/48Khz) Nuendo 4 (Mix)>Sound Forge Pro 13 (Fades,Resample to 44.1Khz, POW-r Bit depth conversion to 16 BIT)>CDWAV(Tracking)>Trader's Little Helper(FLAC)Foobar2000 (Track Tagging) FOH.
Topics: Live concert, 16 BIT, music Archives, Soundboard, AKG 414's, Keith Litzenberger
music Archives Source: Soundboard + AKG 414 XLS's (Omni, Onstage, spaced 12ft) >Sound Devices MixPre-10 II

Circles Around The Sun Terminal West Atlanta, Georgia 11/14/2021 Source: Schoeps CCM4V'S>Lunatec V2>Sound Devices music Archives (24/44.1) FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP 27' From Stage, 7 1/2' High DSP: Sound Devices 722>Sound Forge 10.0>CD Wave>flac(16) ID3 Tagged In Foobar 2000 Recorded By: Z-Man Seeded By: Z-Man A Team Dirty South Recording Disc I 1st Set 01 Intro Music 02 Hallucinate 03 Pete Jive 04 Detroit Dos 05 Scarlotta's Disc II 2nd Set 01 One For Chuck 02 Halicarnassus 03 Immovable 04.
Topics: Live concert, Z-Man, Team Dirty South, Circles Around The Sun
Source: Schoeps CCM4V'S>Lunatec Music Archives Devices 722 (24/44.1)

Guitarness 2021-11-14 Infinity Hall  Hartford, Ct Mic Recording from 12th row seat level; B- recording 2nd Set sounds better where recorder mic was more stable with wind sock Tascam DR-22  > Audacity > CDWave > Recorded By: John Lombardi Set 1: Jam  Cruel World Manic Depression Althea Set the Controls to the Heart of the Sun - Pink Floyd Love Makes You Loose Your Mind Have a Cigar - Pink Floyd Set 2 I Want You - She's so Heavy - Beatles Skin in Back Music Archives Logic - oh yeah - Steely.
Topics: guitarness, Scott Murawski, Jeff Pevar, David Livolsi, John Peckman, john lombardi, music Archives, infinity hall
Source: audience mic

Cordovas 2021-11-14 The Music Archives Eagle Patio Asheville, NC Post Show Matrix Audience Source:Neumann KM-184>Mixpre6 32 bit float,  5'high, 10' from stage, DFC source: Soundboard >MixPre-6 @ 32 bit float   transfer: SDHC>PC>Izotope7>Wavelab 6.1>Iz7(dither, declick) CD Wave>trader's little helper(flac level 8) all editing(Matrix, fades, gain changes) done in Wavelab 6.1 *24bit/48khz fileset* recorded George Hodges Jr.   transferred by George Hodges, Jr. A Team Dirty South.
Topic: Live concert

Muscle Tough at Terrace F Club, Princeton NJ 11-13-2021 1. Phone Hole 2. Fred the Fred 3. Molecular Fights 4. Material Girl CorelDRAW Graphics Suite Crack 2021 v22.0.0.412 Free Download 5. Universe Pocket 6. Music Archives Making Me High (Toni Braxton) 7. Future Suture Selfie 8. Toxic (Britney Spears) 9. Sugar Mother 10. Every is a Winding Road (Sheryl Crow) 11. Lover's Medley 12. Change (Tears for Fears) 13, music Archives. Gimme Gimme Gimme (ABBA) 14, music Archives. Down 2 Clown Terrace F Club is a "Frat" for the creatives on Princeton's campus. We had a rowdy time where.
music Archives Topic: Live concert
Source: Zoom > Logic

Lukas and band on fire!
Topic: Live concert
Source: AT Cardoid min>Batt Box>TascamDR7X

Free Hat 2021-11-13 Harmony Hall Grand Rapids, MI Free Hat // Jessica in the Rainbow 1 Set: Intro> Getting Weird Cash Nug Murky Blue Accord Blue Car Rise Like A Phoenix (From Arizona) Be The Ball Oi Gata Low Tech Legit Street Fightin' Dude, You Gotta Be Cool Space Face Music Archives I Long For the Days When Long Song Titles Were All the Rage
music Archives Topic: Live concert
Source: Internal Mics Zoom H6 > WAV

Mike Watt and the Missingmen Lion's Lair Denver CO (USA) 2021-11-13 Recorded and Presented: SxPxDxCx Source: MBHO KA-200N > JK Labs DVC-V12 > M10 Transfer: M10 > USB > Audacity > CDWave > FLAC  Time: music Archives 01 Fun House (The Stooges) #  02 Sweet Honey Pie (Roky Erickson) 03 The Red & The Black (Blue Öyster Cult) 04 Conspirator's Oath (The Red Krayola) 05 Amnesty Report II (The Pop Group) ^  06 Beacon Sighted Through Fog (Minutemen) 07 The Glory Of Man (Minutemen).
Topic: Live concert
Source: MBHO KA-200N music Archives JK Labs DVC-V12 > M10

Dumpstaphunk November 13, music Archives, 2021 Madison Square Garden - New York, NY **** THIS IS A 24 BIT RECORDING, NOT INTENDED FOR CD BURNING *** *** The normal 16 bit CD quality version of this show is available for download/CD burning *** https://archive.org/details/dumpstaphunk2021-11-13.akgc414xlii.flac16 Taper: Zachary Semcken Source: AKG C414 XLII (Hypercardioid) > Zoom F6 (32 Bit Float) Location: Left of FOH, music Archives, Sec E, Row 2, Seat 1, Mics DIN @ 12' Editing: WAV > Reaper 6.41 (Gain, Mixing.
Topic: Live concert
Source: AKG C414 XLII (Hypercardioid) > Zoom F6 (32 Bit Float)

Billy Strings  music Archives The Anthem Washington, DC Taped by Nate Tapernate Evans Loc SLOC>FOB>willienelsonhigh Source info: 1: Neumann AK40(ortf)[email protected]/48 2: Neumann AK50(ortf)[email protected]/48 3: Schoeps mk21(ortf)[email protected]/48 4: Schoeps mk41v(ortf horizontal)[email protected]/48 5: Matrix of all 4 sources mixed on SF Pro For Mac Editing: CF card-MAC-Soundforge Pro for mixing labeling and tracking Amadeus Pro for Flac xAct for checksums Set 1 01:.
Topic: Live concert
Source: see text file

ZenDog Live at Country Creek Winery in Telford, ,PA
Topic: Live concert
music Archives Source: SBD

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12 Essential Archives For Internet-Era Music Historians

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music Archives Photo illustration: Claire O'Neill/NPR, music Archives. Photos via NASA and iStockphoto music Archives

music Archives Photo illustration: Claire O'Neill/NPR. Photos via NASA and iStockphoto

Where do music historians go to find the sounds that shape the stories they tell? There are some obvious places, like the Library of Congress, music Archives, whose National Jukebox offers more than ten thousand songs from the dawn of the modern age, or the Internet Archive, music Archives, which overwhelms with its vast array of material and is especially rich for live recordings. Scholars also use the same sites casual fans employ — YouTube and Spotify and good old Google can yield riches to those who know how to focus a search.

Beyond these well-traveled areas lies a vast and generally unmapped terrain governed by collectors, hobbyists, fan clubs, and artists themselves, sharing gold that once could only be found through hours of prospecting in library reading rooms or at record fairs. It takes time to find the islands richest in resources. In conjunction with our overview of the state of archival music online, we asked some of our favorite writers, music Archives, all of whom have recently published books on a wide range of historical subjects, to share their favorite spots for pleasurable and informative archival listening.

  • Banning Eyre

    Author of Lion Songs: Thomas Mapfumo and the Music That Made Zimbabwe(Duke University Press)

    Here's one: an archive of music from Radio Tanzania back in the day. In the 60s and 70s, there was no music industry in Tanzania to speak of, so everything that got recorded went on radio. A lot of that music, both popular music Archives traditional can be streamed here. Some sweet and otherworldly sounds from an all but lost world.

  • Holly George-Warren

    Author of A Man Called Destruction: The Life and Music of Alex Chilton, From Box Tops to Big Star to Backdoor Man (Penguin Books)

    For my Alex Chilton biography, I found some very deep cuts/obscurities on the excellent blog, www.boogiewoogieflu.blogspot.com. Ted Barron's site features his own esoterica, as well as that from other collectors of cool, off-the-grid music. Psychotic Leisure Music is another fab site where I found all the Box Tops' Coke commercials. I'm working on a Janis Joplin biography now, and have used various fan sites to locate her music, but Youtube has expanded to the point where I can find even the most obscure stuff there. Every time I check, there's more - very early, never-released Janis folk & blues acoustic bootlegs and more. For my cowboy music, folk, and blues research, the Alan Lomax World Jukebox and Library of Congress yields great, early stuff — but as for the very early Gene Autry recordings, music Archives, most of it came from collectors who had digitized 78s. This was back in 2006, so this stuff may be available on YouTube and elsewhere now.

  • David Grubbs

    Author of Records Ruin the Landscape: John Cage, the Sixties, and Sound Recording (Duke University Press)

    The poet and artist Kenneth Goldsmith has been warning people for years that UbuWeb (his sprawling "clearinghouse for the avant-garde" could cease to exist at any time, and indeed it is a small miracle that this online resource, music Archives, which is hosted through the generosity of multiple institutions in several different countries, has made it to fifteen years of age. I use it in my research — a comically broad term that also includes listening purely for pleasure — and I don't think that a semester has gone by in my decade of teaching at CUNY in which I didn't access Ubu's holdings in class.

  • Jessica Hopper

    Author of The First Collection of Criticism By A Living Female Rock Critic (Featherproof)

    My latest book was mostly about digging in my own mouldering garage archives or music Archives deep into the online pit, but along the way I dug out or repurchased all the music I covered in the book to see how my opinions held up, or to inform my edits as I went through. For that I relied on the archives known as Reckless Records, Wicker Park location here in Chicago. My next book is historical, about something that music Archives in 1975, music Archives, and the most useful research has been thrift store vinyl dollar bins and YouTube and the soft rock radio station, 87.7, music Archives. I generally have found that human knowledge has served my books better than the crannies of the internet.

  • Charles Hughes

    Author of Country Soul: Making Music and Making Race in the American South (University of North Carolina Press)

    Although it's not an official (or necessarily legal) archive, YouTube has been the most useful streaming source for the music that I'm looking for, which mostly comes from 1955 to 1985 or so. Particularly with artists whose work is largely out of print, a quick YouTube search often reveals a wealth of stuff that I wouldn't have access to without a serious (and expensive) vinyl search music Archives library trawl. There are also a ton of personal sites collecting rare soul, country and their hybrids. One that I particularly like is Sir Shambling's Deep Soul Heaven, a lovingly curated site that features well-written articles accompanied by a series of clips from the artists and recordings discussed. It's a great help, music Archives, and it's also great fun.

  • Emily Lordi

    Author of Black Resonance: Iconic Women Singers and African American Literature (Rutgers University Press)

    As someone who studies the afterlife of soul music Archives, I find Who Sampled to be a great resource. The site shows how, and how often, hip hop artists have revived and revised the work of soul legends like Nina Simone, Donny Hathaway, and Etta James, in addition to more usual suspects like George Clinton and James Brown.

  • Michaelangelo Matos

    Author of The Underground is Massive: How Electronic Dance Music Conquered America (Dey Street Books)

    I write about DJ music, so my answer is thunderingly obvious: SoundCloud and Mixcloud. I got turned onto my favorite hour of music of the decade, Italian disco-edits king LTJ Xperience's "Sunlight Mix" from spring 2013, when SoundCloud randomly went to it after playing out something else I'd clicked on. Equally crucial for research purposes are the set-list repositories — MixesDB and 1001 Tracklists, music Archives, which divide roughly in scope to pre- and post-EDM, music Archives, respectively. And of course, Discogs, music Archives, which has as close to "it all" as we're going to get.

  • Barry Mazor

    Author of Ralph Peer and the Making of Popular Roots Music (Chicago Review Press)

    I've used redhotjazz.com from time to time myself, but given the areas of music I'm most often researching, whether for journalism or my books — all flavors of historic country, blues, folk, music Archives, bluegrass, early recorded pop and rock — I don't have set up, readily available informal sites I turn to that often. There are closed specialist's lists in some of these areas that have limited collections open to members only, unofficially, but attempts to "go permanent" online, openly, rarely seem to last. There had been good ones on Western Swing that have come and gone, and I had used Juneberry78s.com for a variety of older roots music, but that's reached a late, static stage, too. Someone could probably do this, hitting where the Big Streamers don't go, but it's not been sustainable for anybody I know of, so far. My odds are better finding something I need to hear or music Archives quick on YouTube. Here's an example. It was hard to get hear that Robeson record anywhere—and now it's in the enhanced eBook version of my Ralph Peer bio, after I heard it there.

  • Evie Nagy

    Author of Freedom of Choice 33 1/3 (Bloomsbury Academic)

    For my book I didn't really need to dive deep, because it was about
    an easily accessible album — Devo's Freedom of Choice -- and even the contextual research didn't necessitate any super digging for music. But in general I think
    some of the best stuff is, weirdly, on blogspot blogs, specifically for
    the purpose of collecting huge archives of a particular artist or
    label's stuff for download. There is a Factory Records one that is amazing. There are also bands who do it themselves, like Phish and the Grateful Dead and Fugazi, music Archives. Music Archives would also add Concert Vault (the site I used to work at) as a great resource. The library of live audio and video from the '50s on is kind of astounding.

  • Amanda Petrusich

    Author of Do Not Sell at Any Price: The Wild, music Archives, Obsessive Hunt For the World's Rarest 78rpm Records (Scribner)

    My pick is the Association for Cultural Equity's digital sound recordings archive, which contains 17,400 of Alan Lomax's field recordings, collected globally music Archives 1946 through the 1990s. The archive's YouTube channel is also an incredible way to destroy an afternoon — the videos from Cajun Louisiana, shot in the early 1980s, are just devastatingly beautiful (when I was researching Do Not Sell At Any Price, music Archives, I became enamored with a Cajun fiddler named Dennis McGee, whose 78rpm records are remarkably rare; the Lomax archive has video footage of McGee fiddling on his front porch in Eunice, music Archives, La., sky going purple, music Archives, waiting for a thunderstorm to roll in). A good chunk of the material hasn't been commercially released, and because they were music Archives in the field, the files include all kinds of so-called "unique ambient artifacts" — errant noises, guffaws, snorts, jokes, stories — that make them feel even more human, computer screen be damned.

  • Gayle Wald

    Author of It's Been Beautiful: Soul! And Black Power Television (Duke Music Archives Press)

    You can see a bunch of complete Soul! episodes here. I think Channel 13 has even put one or two up since the book came out! Beyond that — among other things, the Florida Folklife Collection of the Library of Congress gives youaccess to recordings of Zora Neale Hurston, music Archives, performing songs she learned in the field. You also can go online and hear piano rolls.

  • Oliver Wang

    Author of Legions of Boom: Filipino American Mobile DJ Crews in the San Francisco Bay Area (Duke University Press)

    This is rather pedestrian, but Google Books has been an incredible resource for research over the years. The simplicity of the tool is part of its appeal, but beyond that, the fact that it's a searchable database going back decades was a huge boon when I was trying to trace the history of mobile DJing in the 1970s, music Archives. It came down to only one set of sources — the historical archive for Billboard Magazine -- but even that was a fantastic window back into the past. Not only did I find articles about early DJing technology and key figures but even the advertising that's been scanned from those issues helped to construct an idea of how DJing culture began to build and spread throughout the decade. Now if only we could get every other music magazine beyond Billboard archived in there .

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  • About the Archives

    From its origins as Prof. Emeritus David McAllester's personal fieldwork collection of Comanche and Navajo music, recorded in 1940 and 1950 and first used in teaching at Wesleyan in 1953, the World Music Archives has grown to include original field research materials from graduate students and established scholars, from Wesleyan and elsewhere, music Archives, documenting human musical practices around the world. music Archives More About the Archives
    • well over 3000 original audio tapes (reel-to-reel tapes, cassettes, digital audio tapes, and digitally-recorded betamax)
    • approximately 700 discs (primarily 78 rpm commercial discs, but also a number of instantaneous disc records)
    • 100 videotapes in numerous formats
    • accompanying notes, texts, and indexes

    Archival materials by and about musicians that are not field recordings, for example the John Cage Papers, music Archives, are mostly held in Special Collections & Archives.

  • Notable Collections

    Wesleyan is extremely fortunate to have a number of important World Music collections, including some of music Archives most significant archival recordings of Indian, music Archives, Indonesian, Japanese, and Native Tekla Structures 2020 KEYGEN Archives music — among many other traditions. music Archives music Archives music Archives music Archives music Archives More about Notable Collections music Archives McAllester's collection of Navajo music, music Archives, the largest in the world, which includes eight different versions of the Blessingway ceremony, and two of Shootingway, music Archives, among other ceremonies, each with hundreds of songs
  • The only recordings in the United States of the Ulahingan, an epic of the Bagobo people in the Philippines
  • Important collections of Iranian, Japanese, Spanish, Shetland Islands, Greek, and North Indian (Hindustani) music
  • Shona mbira music from Music Archives "History of the American Cantorate" project, including interviews and sung examples from 93 cantors from the Conservative, Reform, and Orthodox Jewish traditions
  • Exceptional collections of Indonesian and South Indian (Karnatak) music Archives, two specialties of the world music program at Wesleyan
  • Locating and Accessing Our Materials

    Most of our recordings can be found via OneSearch.

    Some of our collections are online in Library Digital Collections, music Archives. Many items, however, music Archives, are not yet digitized. These are research materials that may be fragile, restricted, or need special attention before we can provide access to you.

    Please contact the Director of World Music Archives early on in your research process, and allow some time for us to prepare your request.

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      Mirroring the unique history and strengths of Wesleyan's world-class Music Department, music Archives, our Music Library collection is focused on 20th- and 21st-century experimental music, music Archives, and on musical traditions from around the world. music Archives music Archives music Archives music Archives music Archives alt="" src="https://www.wesleyan.edu/libr/images/squares/world-music.jpg">

      World Music Archives

      The World Music Archives collects and preserves ethnomusicological field research and other original audio and video recordings.

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