Series S01059 - Audio recordings

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Audio recordings

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  • Sound recording

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  • 1980-1991 (Creation)

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120 audio cassettes (ca. 122 hrs.)

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Series consists of audio recordings used by Thaniel in the course of his work as professor of Modern Greek Studies at the University of Toronto. Recordings include interviews with authors and poets, poetry and prose readings, live theatre recordings, music performances, in addition to discussions and lectures. Also included is a recording of Thaniel reciting his own poetry, as well as a recording of the radio memorial dedicated to Thaniel that was aired in July 1991 after Thaniel’s sudden death in June 1991.

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Where applicable, tapes that covered a series of the same recording have been reordered in sequence.

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  • English
  • Greek

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Majority of the original audio cassette tape labels were originally written in Greek. Titles for these tapes have been transcribed into Latin characters and include translations into English where applicable. Occasionally the original Greek has been used in the scope and content notes. See language notes at item levels for further details.

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2023/10/13 M. Paraschos. Creation.

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  • English
  • Greek


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