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Ethnomusicology Archive, UCLA
1630 Schoenberg Music Building
Box 951657
Los Angeles, California 90095-1657
Phone: (310) 825-1695
Fax: (310) 206-4738
Email: archive@arts.ucla.edu
Physical collections: 48
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AFAMILA Collection

Archiving Filipino American Music in Los Angeles (AFAMILA) was as a yearlong archiving and documentation project carried out by the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive and Kayamanan Ng Lahi Folk Dance. Support for the project was provided by a UCLA in LA...

 
Armenian Women's Archive Collection

A collection of 78 RPM recordings of Armenian folk and popular music, recorded and released in the United States.

 
Asian Culture in Southern California Ephemera Collection

This collection contains ephemera such as programs, flyers, and ticket stubs, relating to live performances of Asian and Asian-American music, dance, and other cultural events, primarily in Southern California. Documents were collected by students as part of a live concert/performance...

 
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Berkman 2004.11

Spanish, Greek, Polish, Czech, Italian, Hungarian, and German piano rolls.

 
Binnington (Doreen)

Field notes, research notes, correspondance, manuscripts, photos, ephemera and other printed matter.

 
Borcherdt (Donn) Collection 1966.01

This collection consists of sound recordings and field notes.

 
Borcherdt (Donn) Collection 1966.02

This collection consists of sound recordings and field notes.

 
Borcherdt (Donn) Collection 1966.03

This collection consists of sound recordings and field notes.

 
Browner (Tara) Collection 2004.10

From Browner's book, Heartbeat of the People: "The year 1989 marked the final time the Ann Arbor Pow-wow was held in the Hill Street Coliseum." The Ann Arbor Pow-wow: A Brief Case Study In 1989, while conducting fieldwork for a...

 
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Caston (Ineze Cordelia) Collection

Gospel and jazz music recordings collected locally: 23 LPs, 5 78 rpm recordings, 1 CD, 8 VHS video cassettes, 1 music program, and 1 program from Mrs Ineze Caston's memorial service.

 
Crum (Dick)

Dick Crum (1928-2005) was a teacher, dancer, and choreographer of European folk music and dance, but his expertise was in Balkan folk culture. Over the course of his lifetime, Crum amassed thousands of European folk music records. The UCLA Ethnomusicology...

 
Curtiss (Lou) San Diego Folk Festival Collection

Recordings of San Diego Folk Festival performances. Various venues including San Diego State University, UC San Diego, San Diego Old Globe Theater, Orango's Restaurant, Folk Arts Rare Records Store, and Sign of the Sun Book Store.

 
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Davis (M. E.) Collection 1987.01

This collection consists of sound recordings and field notes.

 
Del Giudice (Luisa) and Tuttle (Edward) Collection

This collection consists of commercially-produced recordings of Italian folk music from Italy and the United States.

 
DjeDje (Jacqueline Cogdell) Collection =

Dissertation Research on Hausa and Dagamba recorded in Sokoto, Nigeria; Kano, Nigeria ; Legon, Ghana ; Los Angeles, California ; Kaduna, Nigeria ; Yendi, Ghana ; etc. Non-dissertation related research also included.

 
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GALA Collection

For nearly a century Los Angeles has played a major role in the development of Gospel music. In order to document this history and raise awareness about Los Angeles' role as a center for contemporary Gospel, the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive...

 
Gamble (David Paul) Collection

Slides, photo prints, tape reels, and commercial audio cassettes related to collector's work in Gambia and Sierra Leone. Also includes Senegal and Ireland. Extensive collection indexes prepared by the collector.

 
Gerald Wilson Commercial Recordings and Ephemera

Gerald Wilson (1918- ) is a jazz trumpeter, conductor, composer/arranger, and educator. He taught jazz history as an adjunct assistant professor at UCLA for over 13 years. Wilson is often regarded as one of the most influential artists in modern...

 
Giorgoudes (Panikos)

The Cyprus Music network is a research project Ref. No 87/5th-2002, and is funded by the Research Promotion Foundation, Nicosia Cyprus. Recorded in Mandria, Pafos, Cyprus ; Archangelos, Nicosia, Cyprus. etc. See documentation CDs for further details.

 
Greene (Oliver)

Interviews with members of the Garifuna community (mainly in Belize). They were originally recorded on open reel format and digitized to CD by the donor, Dr. Oliver Greene. Information in the finding aid was taken directly from the inventory provided.

 
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Humphrey (Mark)

Commercial and field recordings from Kyrgyzstan.

 
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I.O.H.I. Collection

Collection of documents, cassettes, photographs, videotapes and compact discs related to the Italian Oral History Institute.

 
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Kachamba (Donald)

Donald Kachamba, a well-known musician from Malawi in southeast Africa, taught a lecture and performance course at UCLA in Fall 1999 as part of the Department of Ethnomusicology's "Year of African Music." The collection contains manuscripts, teaching materials, and audio-visual...

 
Keeling (Richard) Collection 1979.02

This collection consists of sound recordings.

 
Keyes (Cheryl) Collection

Cheryl L. Keyes is a Professor in the UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology and specializes in rap/hip-hop music. This collection consists of unpublished and published sound recordings collected by Cheryl Keyes as part of her research on African American music; popular...

 
Kligman (Gail) Collection

Audio recordings from fieldwork conducted in Romania, 1975-1976 and 1978-1979.

 
Koranda (Lorraine Donoghue) Collection (1963.02)

This collection consists of field recordings made by Lorraine Donoghue Koranda of Eskimo music in Unalakleet, Kobuk, King Island, Mary's Igloo, Kotzebue, Nome, Hooper Bay, Chevak, and Bethel, Alaska between 1962 and 1963. Performers include Joe Seton ; John Nesh...

 
Krader (Barbara L.) Collection

This collection consists of sound recordings.

 
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Maceda (Jose) Collection 1963.01

This collection consists of sound recordings and notes.

 
Marilyn K. Wulliger Collection

Tapes from lectures and presentations by professors in Ghana. Several of these are Professor J.H. Kwabena Nketia's lectures, who was a member of the music staff at the University of Ghana and UCLA.

 
McPhee (Colin) Collection 1975.06

This collection consists of sound recordings, field notes, photographs, papers and correspondence.

 
Mexico (Music)

Includes a collection of 78s acquired from UCLA Special Collections Library. The Collection consists of recordings from throughout South America, Mexico, Europe and Spain. Recorded in the 1920-1930s.

 
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O'Brien-Rothe (Linda Lee) Collection 1972.03

This collection consists of sound recordings on open reel tapes created by Linda O'Brien in 1972. The recordings document the music of the Tzutuhil-Maya Indians in Guatemala, Santiago Atitla´n. Listening copies are available for use.

 
O'Brien-Rothe (Linda Lee) Collection 1974.01

This collection consists of sound recordings.

 
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Paret-Limardo de Vela (Lise) Collection

This collection consists of sound recordings and personal papers.

 
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Rice (Timothy) Collection

Field recordings collected in Bulgaria (April 1972-June 1973, 1986, 1988, 2000) and Georgia (2002).

 
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Thieme (Darius)

Yoruba traditional music. Recored in central Nigeria, 1964-1967 in Ibadan, Oyo, Ife, Abeokta, Iseyin, and Ogbomosho.

 
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UCLA Department of Ethnomusicology collection

This collection consists of sounds recordings, video recordings, and paper materials documenting a history of ethnomusicology performances, lectures symposia at UCLA. This is an open collection that is periodically updated with new materials.

 
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Wachsmann (Klaus) Collection

Klaus Wachsmann was a British ethnomusicologist of German birth and a pioneer in the study of African music. Between 1949 and 1952 Wachsmann compiled an extensive collection of field recordings while living in Uganda. This collection, one of two Klaus...

 
Wachsmann (Klaus) Collection

Klaus Wachsmann was a British ethnomusicologist of German birth and a pioneer in the study of African music. Between 1949 and 1952 Wachsmann compiled an extensive collection of field recordings while living in Uganda. This collection, one of two Klaus...

 
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Yonan (Henry) Assyrian Songs Collection

The songs were produced by Elizabeth Mando (1903-1989) and Youell Mando (1898-1958) in America, but come from the City of Mazri in the province of Tkhuma in the eastern Kurdistan Mountains located in northern Iraq (city and province are no...