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"Voices at the New York Public Library, from Lead Belly to Computerized Analysis of Folk Song," a Lecture by Alan Lomax as broadcast over WNYC New Yor... 01-01-1984-12-21-1984 Media not yet available
90.2 WBUR, Boston, NPR station: "The Connection" memorial program about Alan Lomax with Studs Terkel, Bill Nowlin, co-founder of Rounder Records, and ... 07-25-2002-07-25-2002 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax, David Brown, and Norman Berkowitz discussing geographic factor analysis and expressive style: the validity of an approach using small samp... 03-19-1976-03-19-1976
Alan Lomax, lecture given at the Palazzo della Cancelleria, Rome, Italy 01-01-1986-12-31-1986
Alan Lomax, Mary Labelle, and Forrestine Paulay discuss the contribution of Ruth St. Denis and other dance phenomena 06-12-1986-06-19-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax: dictation on cultural diversity; conversation from Tobago; Harlan County coal strike conversation; Norwegians talking on the beach 01-01-1963-12-31-1993
Alan Lomax's notes on the African dance project, part of a request for funding from the NEH; critique of a projected educational project African folkt... 12-19-1985-01-07-1986 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax's reflections on the black family in the South and the breakdown of support structures in urban migration; Alan Lomax and Forrestine Paulay... 09-27-1986-12-31-1987 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax and Anna Wei Sung, on Fats Domino; Elvis Presley's appeal; Rockabilly; the Four Seasons; the Temptations as the apotheosis of Motown; hitm... 01-01-1980-12-31-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax and Dr. William R. Emerson, Director of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library at Hyde Park, discuss Roosevelt's favorite hymns 12-31-1981-12-31-1981
Alan Lomax and Forrestine Paulay discuss flim clips of the Twist, the movement styles of Buddy Holly, ballroom and cabaret-style couple dances, Charle... 07-15-1985-07-23-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax and Forrestine Paulay on Dance and Human History 09-17-1992-09-17-1992 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax and Roswell Rudd conversing about coding, Al Jolson; Charlie Parker and bebop; the loss of improvisation and group participation in Europea... 12-04-1984-01-07-1985 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax and Shirley Lomax Duggan, family reminiscences 01-01-1988-12-31-1988
Alan Lomax and Victor Grauer interview Gordon Tracie, Scandinavian fiddle and dance music expert 01-01-1963-12-31-1963 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax commenting on a study fllm on synchrony and coordination; dictation 01-01-1970-12-31-1970 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax dictated correspondence and conversation with Pierre Gaisseau about the Cuna Indians of Panama 06-01-1974-12-31-1992
Alan Lomax discusses coding vaudeville; the music of twentieth century modern dance; the Beatles' "Hey Jude"; "Synchronicity" by the Police; the Might... 07-15-1986-07-31-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax discussing white 1950s Popular Music: Les Paul and Mary Ford, Nat King Cole, the Mills Brothers, and the Ink Spots. Some reflections on Cha... 01-01-1986-01-22-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax discussion with Forrestine Paulay 01-01-1975-12-31-1995 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax Interviewed in New York by a reporter from RAI (Italian Radio) about the history and distinctive characteristics of American folk song 01-01-1969-12-31-1969 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax interviewed in New York by Joel Stone of the Black History Radio Series, about the Black Encyclopedia of the Air, funded by the Ford Founda... 05-20-1969-05-20-1969 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax interviews Carol and Beverly White on Josh White and the Roosevelts 01-01-1981-12-31-1981
Alan Lomax interviews Hank Trubey in California about how to look at spectrographs of the human voice 11-27-1963-11-27-1963 Media not yet available
Alan Lomax interviews Juanita Elbein in NYC on Brazilian Cults (six tapes) 09-01-1963-09-30-1963 Media not yet available
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