1 edition of Music and Spoken Word from The Archive of Folk Culture, 2004, (CD-ROM) found in the catalog.
Music and Spoken Word from The Archive of Folk Culture, 2004, (CD-ROM)
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Get this from a library. Music and Spoken Word from The Archive of Folk Culture,(CD-ROM). [American Folklife Center.;]. Get this from a library. Library of Congress American Folklife Center: an illustrated guide.
[James Hardin; American Folklife Center.] -- Accompanying CD includes music and spoken word from the Archive of Folk Culture. Full track listing and production credits on p. Music and Spoken Word from the Archive of Folk Culture. A Compact Disc of Audio Recordings Selected by the Staff of the American Folklife Center, produced by.
Online Collections and Special Presentations. The American Folklife Center provides online access to selected portions of our collections. We create our own online presentations on various topics and the American Memory project provides additional online access to selected collections.
Online content may include audio samples Music and Spoken Word from The Archive of Folk Culture music and stories, digital images of rare letters. A collection of data and miscellaneous media donated by individuals to the Internet Archive.
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59 tracks (nearly two and a half hours) of material drawn from the Smithsonian Folkways archive, organized to create a history of African American life and culture in sound. Music, poetry, oratory and prose by historically renowned African American musicians, writers. From the s to the s, when someone recorded spoken word or music, it was instantaneously recorded onto 78 rpm discs.
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