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A Century of Sound - Treasures of The New York Public Librar

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Uploaded on Oct 1, 2008

From 100-year-old wax cylinders to the latest DVDs, The New York Public Library's Rodgers & Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound is one of the richest resources of recorded sound in the world. The aural landscape that helps define a community, a country, or a cultural era can be studied through the archives' extraordinary holdings, which cover virtually every aspect of recorded sound--from Mozart to Maria Callas to Motown, from symphonic works to presidential speeches, from radio dramas to television specials.

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