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Desert Dancer Peter Kennedy's Folktrax recordings (137* d) RE: Peter Kennedy's Folktrax recordings 08 Jun 16

The British Library now has a pretty second site for accessing the collection, in addition to the British Library Sounds link given by Joe Offer, above. It was developed by Andrew Pace. It's a different interface for the same material -- the original link does not redirect to the new site.

"This website has been developed by Andrew Pace, who has been sorting and cataloguing Peter Kennedy's collection at the British Library since 2010."

Here's what's posted at the new site about the archive and electronic access:

"All of Peter's recordings, photographs and reports featured on this website are provided by the British Library and are governed by their ethical usage policy. Enquiries about the collection should be directed to the World and Traditional Music section.

"At present (May 2016) around 250 tapes and nearly 600 photographs from Peter's collection are available to freely access online through British Library Sounds. His full collection of paper files have been catalogued and will be searchable through the British Library's catalogue over the coming months.

"As Peter's archive continues to be digitised more material will be added to Sounds and to this website."

~ Becky currently in Hackettstown

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