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No Artist - A Documentary History Of Broadcasting: 1920-1950 (Radio Before Television Volume One: Introduction: The Arts Of Language) flac

Tracklist

1Music As On Expression
2Language Reflects Culture (Vocabulary)
3Introduction (Grunts & Wolf Whistle)
4Art From Conditions & Circumstance
5New Words
6Language In Use
7Adorming
8 A Word In Your Ear
9Music As Social Value Function
10Reflection Of Occasion
11Reflection Of Age And Sex
12Culture Reflects Language (Place, Time, Class & Food)
13Think And Speak (Child Rearing)
14Music As Social Value
15Art Is Universal
16 I Know What I LIke
17Changes & Language
18Music

Credits

  • Concept ByAndrew Allan , George Probst, Lister Sinclair
  • Design [Cover]Ronald Clyne
  • Edited ByPatrick D. Hazard
  • Liner NotesPatrick D. Hazard

Notes

Lister Sinclair, Andrew Allan and George Probst collaborated to create one of the most significant classics of educational broadcasting, "ways Of Mankind", half-hour radio essays explaining the basic concepts of anthropology to the layman.

The programs "I Know What I LIke" and "A Word In Your Ear" are from a series of radio programs entitled "Ways Of Mankind" produced and copyrighted by National Association Of Educational Broadcasters and are reproduced herewith with their permission.

Barcodes

  • Other (Library Of Congress #): R63-1287
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): FB 9171 A-X
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): FB 9171 B-X

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Folkways Records & Service Corp.

Album

Album 1964 16 Songs. A Word In Your Ear: Introduction Grunts and Wolf Whistle. A Word In Your Ear: Culture Reflects Language Place, Time, Class, and Food. A Word In Your Ear: Reflection of Age and Sex. Documentary History Of Broadcasting: 1920-1950 - Radio Before Television - Volume One: Introduction: The Arts Of Language. A Word In Your Ear, I Know What. A Word in Your Ear and I Know what I Like, two radio essays by Lister Sinclair are a part of the Educational Broadcast Series, Ways of Mankind-an anthropological series that sought to document the history of communication. Sinclairs aural-essays on Language and Art are accompanied by extensive liner notes and transcriptions. It is generally recognized that the first radio transmission was made from a temporary station set up by Guglielmo Marconi in 1895 on the Isle of Wight. This followed on from pioneering work in the field by a number of people including Alessandro Volta, André-Marie Ampère, Georg Ohm and James Clerk Maxwell. The radio broadcasting of music and talk intended to reach a dispersed audience started experimentally around 19051906, and commercially around 1920 to 1923. VHF very high frequency stations. Get Album Info. Documentary History Of Broadcasting: 1920-1950: Radio Before Television. Released by FOLKWAYS RECORDS Jan 1964 16 Tracks. Play all. No track found found in this album. You may also like. Documentary History Of Broadcasting: 1920-1950: Radio Before Television is a English album released on Jan 1964. Documentary History Of Broadcasting: 1920-1950: Radio Before Television Album has 16 songs sung by Lister Sinclair. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Documentary History Of Broadcasting: 1920-1950: Radio Before Television songs on . Documentary History of Broadcasting: 1920-1950. A documentary history of broadcasting, 1920-1950 : radio before television, vol. 1, introduction: the arts of language. New York: Folkways Records, FB 9171- 1 sound disc : 33 13 rpm 12 in. Robert McLeish, Radio Production: A Manual for Broadcasters. Butterworth-Heinemann 1994. Medialog : a guide to television, film & radio programs supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. New York, N. Film Fund Washington, D. To order, National Endowment for the Humanities, Public Affairs Office, . Performer: No Artist Genre: Non Music Album: A Documentary History Of Broadcasting: 1920-1950 Radio Before Television Volume One: Introduction: The Arts Of Language Released: 1963 Style: Technical, Field Recording, Education, Spoken Word. Free Download links. MP3 version ZIP size: 1573 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1927 mb WMA version ZIP size: 1346 mb. Lister Sinclair, Andrew Allan and George Probst collaborated to create one of the most significant classics of educational broadcasting, ways Of Mankind, half-hour radio essays explaining the basic concepts of anthropology to the layman. A Word in Your Ear: Introduction Grunts and Wolf whistle. Lister Sinclair. Documentary History of Broadcasting: 1920-1950: Radio Before Television. A Word in Your Ear: Culture Reflects Language Place, Time, Class, and Food. A Word in Your Ear: Reflection of Age and Sex. Radio's inventors almost all refined an idea put forth by someone else. Radio Broadcasting, History of. Radio broadcasting, history of. Therefore, its best to use citations as a starting point before checking the style against your school or publications requirements and the most-recent information available at these sites: Modern Language Association

No Artist - A Documentary History Of Broadcasting: 1920-1950 (Radio Before Television Volume One: Introduction: The Arts Of Language) flac
Performer:
No Artist
Title:
A Documentary History Of Broadcasting: 1920-1950 (Radio Before Television Volume One: Introduction: The Arts Of Language)
Genre:
FLAC size:
1156 mb
MP3 size:
1445 mb
WMA size:
1116 mb
Country:
US
Released:
1963
Label:
Folkways Records
Style:
Technical, Field Recording, Education, Spoken Word, Public Broadcast
Rating:
4.8
Catalog №:
FB 9171
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