Day: March 26, 2014

Turning the spotlight (and your MP3 player!) on to the European audio heritage

By Axelle Bergeret-Cassagne What do a Mozart concerto, the cries of a seagull, a lecture on the international rock scene, the voice recording of the Emperor Kaiser Franz Joseph I in 1915, and the Latvian folk song Pūt, vējiņi (Blow, wind, blow) have in common? These are all part of our European audio heritage. The […]

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