Norman Cazden's tape

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NA 2578 (local)
1960 - 1978 (Date created)
24 tape reels The tapes, which had belonged to Cazden, appear to contain dubs of commercially recorded LPs but also other material which is very diverse and possibly unique and significant. Several reels contain folk songs and ballads compiled by Edith Fowke, an eminent Canadian collector, from her own collection; one reel contains unpublished(?) Woody Guthrie recordings from a private collection; two reels contain Adirondack woods songs compiled by folklorist Bob Bethke in conjunction with Bethke’s book on Ted Ashlaw, a singer; several reels contain Scottish bagpipe music not from LPs; two reels contain Negro convict songs collected by Bruce Jackson; one reel features Native American songs from the David McAllester Collection at Wesleyan University. Each tape box contains a typed contents listing prepared by Norman Cazden; these have been photocopied and placed in the accession folder. T2026 – T2049
Creator and/or Contributor
Norman Cazden (actor)
Other Subject Headings
Reel tapes (Local)
Materials Designation
sound tape reels (analog)
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Norman Cazden (actor)