This collection of 850 audio reels, mostly recorded by Dr. Kenneth S. Goldstein, primarily documents folk traditions from the United Kingdom and Ireland and their influence on folklore and music in North America. The recordings include interviews with musicians and storytellers, live musical performances, recitations of folktales, folklore lectures, and more.
Most recordings were done in the United States (Pennsylvania), Canada (Newfoundland and Labrador), and the United Kingdom (Scotland).
This media files in this collection can only be accessed for research via computers within the IP address of the J.D. Williams Library at the University of Mississippi. For more information, please contact the UM Department of Archives and Special Collections .
Digitization of the Kenneth Goldstein audio tapes was made possible by the American Music Archive.
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