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Recordings of Ethiopian music collected by ethnomusicologist and Harvard University Professor of Music, Kay Kaufman Shelemay. Included are recordings made in Ethiopia and New York by Prof. Shelemay as well as recordings from the Radio Voice of the Gospel in Addis Ababa. Also included are accompanying materials such as logbooks and interview notes.
Manuscript scores and related materials of American composer and social activist Fred Wei-han Ho.
This collection contains original ethnographic field recordings by Ghilyana Dordzhieva in audio and video formats. The call number range for audio cassettes is AWM SC 12096 - 12141, and for DAT cassettes is AWM DAT 300 - 312. The call number range for video is AWM V 11670 - AWM V 11675.
Manuscript and published scores by the twentieth-century American composer
Manuscript scores and sketches by the twentieth-century American composer
This collection contains original field recordings by ethnomusicologist Eduard Yefimovich Alekseyev. The recordings were made in various regions in Russia, and primarily represent the musical culture of the Yakut (Sakha) peoples, as well of Crimean Tartar and Ukrainian peoples.
Original field recordings of the Syrian-Jewish genre of pizmonim (paraliturgical hymns) as it has evolved from the early 20th century. Fieldwork was conducted in Brooklyn, NY between 1984 and 1993, and in Brooklyn, NY; Deal, NJ; Mexico City; and Jerusalem between 1986 and 1993.
The Stephen Blum Collection of Music from Iranian Khorāsān at Harvard University: Original Ethnographic Sound Recordings
The sound recordings in this collection provide examples of the musical culture of the region of Khorāsān, in the northeast of Iran.