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--- ARSC Celebrates World Day for Audiovisual Heritage ---

In celebration of World Day for Audiovisual Heritage on October 27, 2019, the Association for Recorded Sound Collections has made sound recordings and selected slide presentations from its 48th annual conference in Chapel Hill, NC publicly available.

Browse ARSC conference sound recordings and presentations:
http://www.arsc-audio.org/cds.html

Search ARSC conference sound recordings and presentations:
http://www.arsc-audio.org/journal-index/home.php

Highlights include . . .

  *   Out of the Country: Doc Watson's Earliest Recordings & the Creation of a Folk Musician, by Gary Boye
  *   Emergent Traditions: Considering Alan Lomax's 1938 Michigan Song Collecting Trip in the Light of a New Day, by Guha Shankar, Todd Harvey, Nicole Saylor, Maggie Kruesi
  *   What Do I Do With My Stuff: Perspective of Archival Dispersal, by Mike Gray, moderator; Steve Smolian (appraiser), David Seubert (archivist), John Lambert (collector), John Huggard (attorney)
  *   The Blue Sky Boys, by Dick Spottswood
  *   The Caffe Lena History Project: From Archives to Zip Files, by Jocelyn Arem & Jessica Thompson
  *   Emancipation Proclamation: From Minstrel Coon Songs to Negro Spirituals, by Bill Doggett
  *   The Blue Amberol at 100, by David Giovannoni, Richard Martin & Meagan Hennessey
  *   Liberace: Entertainer at the Piano, by Dennis Rooney
And much, much more!

To learn more about UNESCO's World Day for Audiovisual Heritage:
https://en.unesco.org/events/world-day-audiovisual-heritage-2019

To learn more about ARSC's observance of World Day for Audiovisual Heritage:
http://www.arsc-audio.org/wdavh.html

Join ARSC now to gain access to all conference recordings and journal articles:
http://www.arsc-audio.org/join.html

Use the publications order form to order non-publicly available recordings:
http://www.arsc-audio.org/pdf/pubs_order_form.pdf

All ARSC recordings are protected by copyright. Copies are made only for personal and educational non-profit, non-commercial use. No part may be sold, loaned, copied, or published without the written permission of the speaker.

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The Association for Recorded Sound Collections (ARSC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and study of sound recordings, in all genres of music and speech, in all formats, and from all periods. ARSC is unique in bringing together private individuals and institutional professionals-everyone with a serious interest in recorded sound.