A. P. (Adolphus Peter) Elkin field recordings, Undated  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Elkin, A. P. (Adolphus Peter), 1891-1979
Title
A. P. (Adolphus Peter) Elkin field recordings
Dates
Undated
Quantity
47 items  :  EC - 16 reels (3 3/4 ips, 1/2 tr. mono., 7"); WD - 31 compact discs (digital, stereo); Duration: 28:00:00
Collection Number
1962003
Summary
Field recordings collected in Australia (mainly Arnhem Land) (Tapes 1-13) and New Guinea (Tapes 14-16) during the 1940s and 1950s.
Repository
University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives
University of Washington
Ethnomusicology Archives
Box 353450
Seattle, WA
98195-3450
Telephone: 206-543-0974
ethnoarc@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Access is restricted.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Adolphus Peter "A. P." Elkin (1891-1979) was an Australian anthropologist and Anglican clergyman who supported assimilation of Indigenous Australians. Elkin was born and raised in Australia, studying anthropology at university in England. His field research focused on Australian aboriginal culture.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Contents: See detailed notes on archive sheets & in reprint located in documentation file.

All items are announced on the recordings.

Durations: 62-3.1-13 EC - OI1 Australia (total = 23:21:23); 62-3.14-16 EC - OJ1 New Guinea (total = 4:46:15)

Work tape copies discarded January 2006 (62-3.1a through 62-3.16c WT) (59 reels, 7 1/2 ips, 2 tr. stereo, 7"); EC set determined to be in better condition than WT set.

Transmission Data: Digital files created 9/2011 - 62-3.1a.aif, 62-3.1b.aif, etc., through 62-3.16b.aif (all tapes have an A and B side except tape 8) (48 kHz, 24-bit)

Documentation: Archive sheets & reprint from Oceania, 6/1957, Vol. XXVII, No. 4

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Australian Aborigines
  • Ethnomusicology
  • Geographical Names :
  • Australia
  • New Guinea
  • Oceania
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Field recordings
  • Sound Recordings