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Doegen Records Web Project

Friday, June 29th, 2012

Doegen Records Web Project. “This digital archive of Irish dialect recordings made during 1928-31 comprises an important collection of early Irish language recordings of folktales, songs and other material. It includes recordings from many regions of Ireland where traditional Irish dialects have disappeared since the time the recordings were made. [They are] accompanied by transcriptions and translations…information on the people recorded, and other related content”. This is a project of the Royal Irish Academy.

Archival Sound Recordings

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

The British Library’s Archival Sound Recordings project comprises 45,000 selected recordings of music, spoken word and human and natural environments. You can listen to over 23,000 non-copyright recordings. There are classical music, jazz and popular music, world and traditional music, and oral history sections. BL makes these recordings available for non-commercial research, study and private enjoyment. When you login you will be prompted to name your institution and you will require your UU network username and password.