NC:6: Items- Audio and Video Recordings]
The Collection includes many recordings documenting the history of the concertina and its musicians: these date from the earliest days of sound recording, such as phonograph cylinders, Berliner-style shellac discs, and 78rpm records; later 33? rpm LP records, reel-to-reel tapes and musicassettes; and more modern visual media such as video cassettes, compact discs, DvD recordings, MP3 and other formats. The Collection houses donations of the archives of master tapes from the Free Reed label, from the archives of the International Concertina Association, and many contributions of tapes and cassettes from the leading players of the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s.
NC:6: Audio Recordings and Video recordings - Summary (Index)
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Created August 2009 by Neil Wayne
Modified September 2009 by Wes Williams
This page created Thursday 10 September 2009.