Last week the Work With Sounds conference was held in the fantastic headquarters of the LWL-Industriemuseum in Dortmund, Germany. The conference brought together a collection of subjects including sounds and soundscapes of Europe, urban sounds, museum sounds, reflecting sounds and working with sounds. Europeana Sounds attended this conference to learn more about this project and […]
“Europeana Sounds may help people see the connections between other cultures and backgrounds throughout Europe“ – Meet with Mark Plumbley
This blog introduces you the members of Europeana Sounds’ Advisory Board which gathers experts in core areas relevant to the project. Many thanks to Mark Plumbley for answering our questions! […]
During World War II the Dutch broadcasted a radio programme from London (UK) called Radio Oranje for all those living in the occupied Netherlands. […]
In the early 1970s Danielle Musset, ethnologist, recorded a series of field recordings at the north end of Transylvania, in the village of Moiseni, in Oas country (or Oach). […]
As well as collecting the contemporary and historic materials of Irish traditional music published by others, the Irish Traditional Music Archive (ITMA) has, for the past twenty-three years, operated an annual programme of audio and video field and studio recording of singers, musicians and dancers. ITMA is now delighted to be part of the Europeana Sounds project where these recordings can be shared with a wider audience throughout the continent of Europe and further afield.