Jane Drew - Audio Recordings

Audio Recordings

  • 1970 British Library Archival Sound Recordings: Drew, Jane, former president of the Architectural Association. Bow Dialogues Jane Drew in conversation with Joseph McCulloch, Rector of St Mary-le-Bow Church.
  • 1995 British Library Archival Sound Recordings. NLSC: Architects Lives Jane Drew interviewed by Margaret Garlake (4 tapes F4823/4/5/6)
  • 1995 British Library Archival Sound Recordings. NLSC: Architects Lives Oriana Mitton, Jane Drew's grand-niece, interviewed by Margaret Garlake (1 tape F4827)

Read more about this topic:  Jane Drew

Other articles related to "audio recordings, recordings, audio, recording":

Swissair Flight 111 - Legacy
... In May 2007 the TSB released copies of the audio recordings of the air traffic control transmissions associated with the flight ... The transcripts of these recordings had been released in 1998 (within days of the crash), but the TSB had refused to release the audio on privacy grounds ... TSB argued that under Canada's Access to Information Act and Privacy Act, the audio recordings constituted personal information and were thus not disclosable ...
La Traviata Discography - Audio Recordings
... Scala orchestra and chorus, Milan Mike Richter Cat Audio Encyclopedia 1928 ... Mercedes Capsir, Lionello Cecil, Carlo Galeffi Lorenzo Molajoli, La Scala ... Bastianini Alberto Erede, Metropolitan Opera orchestra and chorus (Recording of a performance at Met, 1 January 1955) Walhall Cat WLCD0284 1955 Maria Callas, Giuseppe Di Stefano ...
Swami Lakshman Joo - Publications - Kashmir Shaivism – Library
... Samgraha of Abhinavagupta, translation and commentary by Swami Lakshman joo, original audio recordings (Kashmir, 28 Nov ... Bodhapancadashika of Abhinavagupta, translation and commentary by Swami Lakshman joo, original audio recordings (Kashmir, 18 to 22 Oct 1980) ... translation and commentary by Swami Lakshman joo, original audio recordings (Kashmir, 25 Oct to 12 Nov 1980) ...
Audio Engineering Society, Coarse-groove Calibration Discs
... world have collections of many thousands of coarse-groove mechanical audio recordings, phonograph or gramophone records, largely 78s or 78 rpm discs ... These mechanical recordings won't be available indefinitely since the plastics used in their manufacture are deteriorating slowly but steadily ... now make it possible to consider all mechanical audio recordings for transfer to the digital domain ...

Famous quotes containing the word recordings:

    All radio is dead. Which means that these tape recordings I’m making are for the sake of future history. If any.
    Barré Lyndon (1896–1972)