Hysterical crowds, standing room only, an ecstatic and impulsive instrumentalist, breaking instruments, memorabilia and locks of hair as keepsakes – this is not a report from a pop idol’s concert, but what occurred when Franz Liszt (1811-1886), superstar of the 19th century, gave a concert. Read more
The National Library of France is the place to be in the second week of February! Europeana Sounds will be there in Paris on 10-11 February to hold our yearly Project Meeting, which will include workshops about technology and development among others. Right after, on 12-13 February, Europe’s leading technical experts, developers and researchers in the field of digital cultural heritage will convene in Paris for the 2nd EuropeanaTech Conference at the National Library of France. So why not join us? Read more
Passionate linguists? Inveterate polyglot? International musicians? Let us share with you some of the Europeana Sounds vocabulary!
The digital collection and preservation of oral memories – understood as a cultural heritage object as well as a historical source – is a part of the Institute of Contemporary History´s mission. Read more
Born from the new partnership between the National Library of France (BnF) and the National Diet Library in Japan, the France-Japan digital exhibition opened its virtual gates in December 2014. Read more
Every first of January, those who are interested in copyright and its implications celebrate a party. Not a New Year’s party, but a Public Domain Day party! Read more