David A. Brose tapes
Scope and Contents
Performances and interviews with performers collected by David A. Brose, formerly Colorado State Folklorist, approximately 1970-1979. Tapes 1-112 originally recorded on Sony L-500 HG Beta format with Sony PCM Digital Processor F-1 for sound (no picture); Tapes 113-128 recorded on a portable cassette recorder. Collection contains duplicate copies made by Harry Tuft; the originals are housed at the Library of Congress.
Tapes are available for listening; copies must be obtained from the Library of Congress.
Copyright in the tapes is owned by the Library of Congress
2 linear feet (128 tapes)
Language of Materials
Arranged by original numbering system employed by Brose.
Housed in the American Music Research Center
Donated by Harry Tuft of Swallow Hill and the Denver Folklore Center.
- The David A. Brose tapes, 1970-1979
- An inventory of holdings at the American Music Research Center
- Conversion Draft
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written inEnglish.
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