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040 GK9 ǂb eng ǂc GK9 ǂd BAKER ǂd VP@ ǂd IHI ǂd BTCTA ǂd OCLCA ǂd LET ǂd BGU ǂd GCD ǂd ORX ǂd BDX ǂd ANK ǂd OCLCO ǂd OCLCF
028 0 2 HBP 89443 ǂb HighBridge
050 1 4 D862.T47 ǂb V6 2005x
100 1 Terkel, Studs, ǂd 1912-2008.
245 1 0 Voices of our time ǂh [sound recording] / ǂc Studs Terkel.
260 Minneapolis, Minn. : ǂb HighBridge Co., ǂc p2005.
300 6 sound discs (ca. 7 1/2 hours) : ǂb digital ; ǂc 4 3/4 in.
500 "48 of Studs' most important interviews from the 1950s to the 1990s"--Container.
518 Recorded between 1950-1997.
500 Compact discs.
505 0 0 ǂg Disc 1. Introduction and interviews from the 1950's. ǂt Pete Seeger ǂg (folk singer, 1955) ; ǂt Dorothy Parker ǂg (author, poet & critic, 1959) ; ǂt Alan Lomax ǂg (folk musicologist, 1959) ; ǂt Dr. Mortimer J. Adler ǂg (historian of philosophy, 1959) -- ǂg Introduction and interviews from the 1960's. ǂt James Baldwin ǂg (author, 1961) ; ǂt Gore Vidal ǂg (author, 1961) ; ǂt Aaron Copland ǂg (composer, 1961) ; ǂt Mahalia Jackson ǂg (gospel singer, 1963) ; ǂt Tennessee Williams ǂg (playwright, taped in his suite at the Blackstone Hotel, Chicago, 1961) -- ǂt Isaac Bashevis Singer ǂg (author, 1964) -- ǂg Disc 2. R. ǂt Buckminster Fuller ǂg (architect, designer, inventor & philosopher, 1965) ; ǂt Margaret Mead ǂg (anthropologist, circa 1965) -- ǂg Introduction, three funny men. ǂt Woody Allen ǂg (filmmaker, taped backstage at Mr. Kelly's, Chicago, 1965) ; ǂt Zero Mostel ǂg (actor, 1961) ; ǂt Mel Brooks ǂg (filmmaker, 1968) -- ǂg Introduction and interviews from the 1970's. ǂt Toni Morrison ǂg (author, 1974) ; ǂt John Henry Faulk ǂg (humorist & storyteller, 1971) ; ǂt Andres Segovia ǂg (classical guitarist, 1978) ; ǂt Daniel Ellsberg ǂg (peace activist, 1972).
505 0 0 ǂg Disc 3. ǂt Dame Margot Fonteyn ǂg (prima ballerina, 1979) ; ǂt Norman Maclean ǂg (author, woodsman & teacher, 1976) ; ǂt Wole Soyinka ǂg (playwright, 1979) ; ǂt Maya Angelou ǂg (author & poet, 1970) ; ǂt Barry Lopez ǂg (environmental author, 1979) -- ǂg Introduction, voices recorded in other places. ǂt Jacob Bronowski ǂg (scientist, taped in London, 1962) ; ǂt Simone de Beauvoir ǂg (author, taped in her apartment in Paris, 1960) ; ǂt Kenneth Tynan ǂg (critic, taped at his home in London, 1962) ; ǂt Bertrand Russell ǂg (mathematician & philosopher, taped in North Wales at the age of 90 during the Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962) -- ǂg Disc 4. ǂt Nadine Gordimer ǂg (author, taped in Johannesburg, 1963) -- ǂg Introduction & interviews from the 1980's. ǂt Leonard Bernstein ǂg (conductor & composer, 1985) ; ǂt Garry Wills ǂg (historian, 1984) ; ǂt John Cage ǂg (composer, 1982) ; ǂt Eudora Welty ǂg (with Jane Reid Petty; author with actress, 1989) ; ǂt John Kenneth Galbraith ǂg (economist, 1987) ; ǂt Dr. Oliver Sacks ǂg (neurologist, 1986) ; ǂt Arthur Miller ǂg (playwright, 1987).
50500ǂg Disc 5. ǂt Laurie Anderson ǂg (performance artist, 1982) ; ǂt Bob Woodward ǂg (journalist, 1987) ; ǂt David Hockney ǂg (visual artist, 1984) ; ǂt Betty Carter (jazz singer, 1989) -- ǂg Introduction & interviews from the 1990's. ǂt Stephen Jay Gould ǂg (evolutionary biologist, 1991) ; ǂt Bill Moyers ǂg (filmmaker & journalist, 1993) ; ǂt Isabel Allende ǂg (author, 1991) ; ǂt Garrison Keillor ǂg (humorist & author, 1997) ; ǂt Robert Hughes ǂg (art historian & critic, 1993) ; ǂt Robert Altman ǂg (director, 1992) ; ǂt Ralph Ellison ǂg (author, 1992) ; ǂt Calvin Trillin ǂg (humorist & author, 1990).
511 0 Interviewer, Studs Terkel.
520 Forty-eight of Studs Terkel's most famous interviews from his hour long radio program on WFMT in Chicago broadcast from 1950-1990's.
650 0 Oral history.
650 0 Interviews.
651 0 United States ǂx Intellectual life ǂy 20th century.
650 7 Intellectual life. ǂ2 fast ǂ0 (OCoLC)fst00975769
650 7 Interviews. ǂ2 fast ǂ0 (OCoLC)fst00977644
650 7 Oral history. ǂ2 fast ǂ0 (OCoLC)fst01047055
651 7 United States. ǂ2 fast ǂ0 (OCoLC)fst01204155
648 7 1900 - 1999 ǂ2 fast
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