The Archive of Recorded Sound is very pleased to announce the appointment of Anna Hunt Graves as Archive Assistant for a 17-month project which focuses on processing materials in four of the collections in the Archive of Recorded Sound. Anna is working with Frank Ferko, the Project Archivist, to process the widely varied materials in the Ambassador Auditorium Collection which include concert programs, publicity materials, photographs, posters, correspondence, and recordings, both audio and video.
Archive of Recorded Sound
The Archive of Recorded Sound, together with Yale Music Library, the Rodgers and Hammerstein Archive at New York Public Library and Syracuse University, recently completed a joint project funded by the Mellon Foundation to catalog our historical audio collections.
To enter the catalog:
- Go to the National Park Service Library Information Center
- Under "National Park Service Library Voyager Catalog", click "search"
- Choose the "Basic Search" tab
- Enter search terms
- Choose Thomas Edison National Historical Park from the pull-down library list.
Benny Carter, Charlie Parker, and Lester Young, on the Verve label
Basic Instructions: Below are very basic instructions for navigating and searching the Pryor Collection database. Please see Filemaker's help page for more detailed instructions.
Old Fashioned Revival Hour|
[search the finding aid in pdf]
Test page for OFRH with pdf attached.
Classical Music Spotlight podcasts are available via Stanford's subscription to Naxos Music Library. In these podcasts, classical radio and recording producer Raymond Bisha explores current releases, occasionally interviewing performers and composers.