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Oral History of American Music Collections Guide: Home

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Most material listed in this guide can be accessed through OHAM's finding aids in Archives at Yale. Click above to view the finding aids.

About OHAM

 

Since its founding in 1969 at Yale University, Oral History of American Music (OHAM) has been dedicated to the collection and preservation of the voices of the major musical figures of our time. The project captures musicians’ narratives and reflections in their own words through in-depth interviews. With an ever-expanding collection, OHAM is a living archive, currently comprising more than 3,000 audio and video recordings. We regularly conduct, catalogue, and transcribe interviews with emerging talents and established artists, producing a wealth of primary and secondary source material accessible to musicians, students, scholars, arts organizations, and the media. 

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OHAM Staff

Libby Van Cleve, Director
Anne Rhodes, Research Archivist

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This guide is maintained by:

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Brendan Galvin
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Contact:
Music Library, SML, Room ML 107
203 432-4027