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David A. Jasen audio taped interview

Accession Numbers

94-040

Physical Description

1 analog audio tape (TTA 0183)

Provenance and Acquisition Information

Dubbed from reel-to-reel tape by audio specialist Bruce Nemerov, from original tape loaned for copying by Gayle Dean Wardlow.

Agency History/Biographical Sketch

David A. Jasen teaches in the Department of Communication Arts at the C.W. Post campus of Long Island University, and is director of their Popular Music Archive. He is an expert on ragtime and his publications include Tin Pan Alley, and Recorded Ragtime 1897-1958.  

Scope and Content

The tape is approximately one hour, of Jasen answering a list of questions from an unknown source on Hunter, Turpin, and other ragtime composers and publishers. It was originally recorded in St. Louis, Missouri.  

Audio tape log made by audio specialist Bruce Nemerov follows.  

Location

Audiovisual materials are filed first by format, then by tape number, in the audiovisual archives.          

Processed By

November 15, 1994

Subject(s)

Music research

Creators

Jasen, David A.

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