University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Dave Sear Collection consists of audio recordings, 1959-1996, created and compiled by the New York based folk musician and radio producer, Dave Sear. A veteran of over 40 years in radio, Sear is best known as the host and producer of the nationally syndicated programs, Adventures in Folk Music, Folk and Baroque, and Folk Music Almanac. All three programs were produced at WNYC and broadcast by public radio stations across the United States. The Dave Sear Collection contains programs from these three radio series, in addition to miscellaneous recordings of live concerts and record master recordings, all of which feature major figures from the folk revival movement. Artists featured on the recordings include David Amram, Guy and Candy Carawan, Michael Cooney, Louis Killen, Dave Mallett, Tom Paxton, Utah Phillips, Jean Redpath, Jean Ritchie, John Roberts and Tony Barrand, Peter Schickele, Pete Seeger, Fred Small, Bill Staines, Sonny Terry, Happy Traum, and Robin and Linda Williams, ... Read More
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Ed Solomon Collection consists of audio recordings of folk and bluegrass music created and compiled by music manager and promoter, Ed Solomon. Recordings consist of dubbed compilations created by Solomon, as well as live recordings recorded by Solomon at American bluegrass festivals and music clubs. Notable artists featured on the live recordings include Joan Baez, Jimmy Martin, Bill Monroe, New Lost City Ramblers, Jean Redpath, Mike Seeger, Pete Seeger, Ralph Stanley, Doc Watson, and Mac Wiseman. The collection also contains documentation related to the audio recordings, including log books and scattered field notes found with select recordings
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
FolkScene is a syndicated music program established in 1970 featuring recorded music and in studio live performances and interviews from notable folk musicians. Based in Los Angles, the radio program is broadcast by public radio station KPFK-FM and hosted by Roz Larman, who also hosted the show with her husband, Howard Larman, until his death in 2007. The FolkScene Collection consists primarily of audio recordings, 1970-1991, of the FolkScene radio program. Notable guests featured on the recordings include Eric Andersen, Joan Baez, David Bromberg, Guy Carawan, Don McLean, Randy Newman, Odetta, Jean Ritchie, John Sebastian, Merle Travis, Tom Waits, and Peter Yarrow, among others. Other FolkScene materials found in the collection include recorded music used on the program, select outtakes and excerpts of the program, and corresponding field notes created by FolkScene staff. The collection also contains miscellaneous audio recordings, 1960-1986, not directly affiliated with the FolkScene ... Read More
University of British Columbia Archives
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Gypsy laddie -- The muckin' at Jordy's bair -- The crooked baubie -- 'Til her breakfast was ready -- The song of the seals -- [Unidentified songs] -- You can't shove your Granny off a horse -- Jimmie Brown the newsboy -- Get up and bar the door-o -- Your dancin' days are done -- Railway porter -- Ballad of Sir Patrick
New York Public Library
Cassette 1. Meet the composers (ca. 14 min.) / interviewees, Lee McClure, Andrew Lippa, Rick Guimond ; interviewer, Janet Gerson
Arkansas State University - Dean B. Ellis Library


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