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2002[änneren | Quelltext änneren]

  1. Edison Demonstratiouns-Toundokumenter (Grupp vun dräi Zylinderen): "Around the World on the Phonograph", "The Pattison Waltz", "Fifth Regiment March." (1888-1889)
  2. The Jesse Walter Fewkes Lokaltoundokumenter vun Passamaquoddy- Indianer. (1890)
  3. "Stars and Stripes Forever" Militär-Musek. Berliner Gramophone Placken-Opnam. (1897)
  4. Lionel Mapleson Zylinderen vun der Metropolitan Opera. (1900-1903)
  5. Scott Joplin Ragtime Kompositiounen op [[Piano Rulloen. Scott Joplin, Piano. (1900s)
  6. Booker T. Washington, seng 1895 Atlanta Ausstellungs-Ried. (1906 an der Paus)
  7. "Vesti la giubba" aus der Oper Pagliacci. Enrico Caruso. (1907)
  8. "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot." Fisk Jubilee Singers. (1909)
  9. Der Lovey's Trinidad String Band hir Opname fir Columbia Records. (1912)
  10. "Casey at the Bat." DeWolf Hopper, Virdrag. (1915)
  11. "Tiger Rag." Original Dixieland Jazz Band. (1918)
  12. "Arkansas Traveler" a "Sallie Gooden." Eck Robertson, Gei. (1922)
  13. "Down-Hearted Blues." Bessie Smith. (1923)
  14. Rhapsody in Blue. George Gershwin, piano; Paul Whiteman a säin Orchester. (1924)
  15. Louis Armstrong's Hot Five a Hot Seven Opnamen. (1925-1928)
  16. Victor Talking Machine Company Sëtzungen zu Bristol am Tennessee. Carter Family, Jimmie Rodgers, Ernest Stoneman, an anerer. (1927)
  17. Harvard Vocarium Opnam-Serien. T.S. Eliot, W.H. Auden, an Anerer, Liesungen. (1930-1940s)
  18. Highlander Center Field Recordings Collection. Rosa Parks, Esau Jenkins, an anerer. (1930er-1980er)
  19. Bell Laboratories experimental stereo recordings. Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski, conductor. (1931-1932)
  20. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's radio "Fireside Chats." (1933-1944)
  21. New Music Quarterly Opnam-Serien. Henry Cowell, Produzent. (1934-1949)
  22. Beschreiwung vun der Hindenburg-Katastroph. Herbert Morrison, Reporter. (1937)
  23. "Who's on First." Den Abbott a Costello hir éischt Radiossendung . (1938)
  24. "War of the Worlds." Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre. (1938)
  25. "God Bless America." Kate Smith. Radio broadcast premiere. (1938)
  26. The Cradle Will Rock. Marc Blitzstein an déi original Broadway Trupp. (1938)
  27. The John and Ruby Lomax Southern States Recording Trip. (1939)
  28. Grand Ole Opry. First network radio broadcast. Uncle Dave Macon, Roy Acuff, and others. (1939)
  29. "Strange Fruit." Billie Holiday. (1939)
  30. Duke Ellington Orchestra "Blanton-Webster Era" recordings. (1940-1942)
  31. Béla Bartók, piano, and Joseph Szigeti, violin, in concert at the Library of Congress. (1940)
  32. Rite of Spring. Igor Stravinsky conducting the New York Philharmonic. (1940)
  33. "White Christmas." Bing Crosby. (1942)
  34. "This Land is Your Land" Woody Guthrie. (1944)
  35. General Dwight D. Eisenhower's D-Day radio address to the Allied Nations. (1944)
  36. "Koko." Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, an Anerer. (1945)
  37. "Blue Moon of Kentucky." Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys. (1947)
  38. "How High the Moon." Les Paul and Mary Ford. (1951)
  39. Elvis Presley's Sun Records Opnamen. (1954-1955)
  40. Songs for Young Lovers. Frank Sinatra. (1954)
  41. Dance Mania. Tito Puente. (1958)
  42. Kind of Blue. Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Bill Evans, an Anerer. (1959)
  43. "What'd I Say," parts 1 and 2. Ray Charles. (1959)
  44. "I Have a Dream." Ried vum Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. vun (1963)
  45. Freewheelin'. Bob Dylan. (1963)
  46. "Respect!" Aretha Franklin. (1967)
  1. Philomel: for soprano, recorded soprano, and synthesized sound. Bethany Beardslee, soprano. (1971)
  2. Precious Lord: New Recordings of the Great Gospel Songs of Thomas A. Dorsey. Thomas Dorsey, Marion Williams, and others. (1973)
  3. Crescent City Living Legends Collection (New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Archive/WWOZ New Orleans). (1973-1990)
  4. "The Message." Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five. (1982)

2003[änneren | Quelltext änneren]

  1. "The Lord's Prayer" and "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star." Emile Berliner. (zirka 1888)
  2. "Honolulu Cake Walk." Vess Ossman. (1898)
  3. Bert Williams and George Walker. Victor Releases. (1901)
  4. "You're a Grand Old Rag [Flag]." Billy Murray. (1906)
  5. Frances Densmore Chippewa/Ojibwe Cylinder Collection. (1907-1910)
  6. The first Bubble Book. (1917)
  7. "Cross of Gold." William Jennings Bryan. Speech re-enactment by Bryan. (1921)
  8. Guy B. Johnson Cylinder Recordings of African American Music. (1920s)
  9. Okeh Laughing Record. (1922)
  10. "Adeste Fideles." Associated Glee Clubs of America. (1925)
  11. Amadé Ardoin and Dennis McGee. Cajun-Creole Columbia releases. (1929)
  12. "Goodnight Irene." Leadbelly. (1933)
  13. "Every Man a King" speech. Huey P. Long. (1935)
  14. "He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands." Marian Anderson. (1936)
  15. The Complete Recordings. Robert Johnson. (1936-1937)
  16. Jelly Roll Morton interviews conducted by Alan Lomax. (1938)
  17. Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert. Benny Goodman. (1938)
  18. WJSV (Washington D.C.). Complete Day of Radio Broadcasting. (September 21, 1939)
  19. "New San Antonio Rose." Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys. (1940)
  20. 1941 World Series Game Four – New York Yankees vs Brooklyn Dodgers
  21. Bach B-Minor Mass. Robert Shaw Chorale. (1947)
  22. Beethoven String Quartets. Budapest Quartet. (1940-1950)
  23. Porgy and Bess, Original Cast. George Gershwin. (1940, 1942)
  24. Oklahoma! Original Cast. Rodgers and Hammerstein. (1943)
  25. Othello. Paul Robeson, Uta Hagen, José Ferrer, and others. (1943)
  26. Vivaldi Four Seasons. Louis Kaufman and the Concert Hall String Orchestra. (1947)
  27. Ives Piano Sonata No. 2, "Concord." John Kirkpatrick. (1948)
  28. Steam Locomotive Recordings. O. Winston Link. (6 Vol.: 1957-1977)
  29. Modest Mussorgsky Pictures at an Exhibition. Rafael Kubelík conducting the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. (1951)
  30. Problems of the American Home. Billy Graham. (1954)
  31. Bach Goldberg Variations. Glenn Gould. (1955)
  32. Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Song Book. (1956)
  33. "Roll Over Beethoven." Chuck Berry. (1956)
  34. Brilliant Corners. Thelonious Monk. (1956)
  35. Richard Wagner Complete Ring Cycle. Georg Solti and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. (1958-1965)
  36. Winds in Hi-Fi. Eastman Wind Ensemble with Frederick Fennell. (1958)
  37. Mingus Ah-Um. Charles Mingus. (1959)
  38. New York Taxi Driver. Tony Schwartz. (1959)
  39. "Crazy." Patsy Cline. (1961)
  40. Kennedy Inaugural Ceremony. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Robert Frost and others. (1961)
  41. Judy at Carnegie Hall. Judy Garland. (1961)
  42. "I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)." Otis Redding. (1965)
  43. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The Beatles. (1967)
  44. At Folsom Prison. Johnny Cash. (1968)
  45. Ali Akbar College of Music Archive Selections. (1960s-1970s)
  46. What's Going On. Marvin Gaye. (1971)
  47. Tapestry. Carole King. (1971)
  48. A Prairie Home Companion. Garrison Keillor. (First broadcast of the variety show, July 6, 1974.)
  49. Born to Run. Bruce Springsteen. (1975)
  50. Live at Yankee Stadium. Fania All-Stars. (1975)

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  1. "Gypsy Love Song." Eugene Cowles. (1898)
  2. "Some of these days." Sophie Tucker. (1911)
  3. "The Castles in Europe One-Step (Castle House Rag)." Europe’s Society Orchestra. (1914)
  4. "Swanee." Al Jolson. (1920)
  5. Armistice Day broadcast by Woodrow Wilson. (1923)
  6. "See See Rider blues." Gertrude "Ma" Rainey. (1923)
  7. "Charleston." Golden Gate Orchestra. (1925)
  8. "Fascinating Rhythm" from Lady, Be Good! Fred and Adele Astaire; George Gershwin, piano. (1926)
  9. NBC radio broadcast coverage of Charles A. Lindbergh’s arrival and reception in Washington D.C. (1927)
  10. "Stardust." Hoagy Carmichael. (1927)
  11. "Blue Yodel (T for Texas)." Jimmie Rodgers. (1927)
  12. "Ain't Misbehavin'." Thomas "Fats" Waller. (1929)
  13. "Gregorio Cortez." Trovadores Regionales. (1929)
  14. Sergei Rachmaninoff. Piano Concerto No. 2 in C minor. Sergei Rachmaninoff, piano; Leopold Stokowski, conductor. Philadelphia Orchestra. (1929)
  15. "The Suncook Town tragedy." Mabel Wilson Tatro of Springfield, VT. (July 1930)
  16. Rosina Cohen oral narrative from the Lorenzo D. Turner Collection. (1932)
  17. "Stormy Weather." Ethel Waters. (1933)
  18. "Body and Soul." Coleman Hawkins. (1939)
  19. Sergey Prokofiev. Peter and the Wolf. Serge Koussevitzky, conductor; Richard Hale, narrator. Boston Symphony Orchestra. (1939)
  20. "In the Mood." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. (1939)
  21. Edward R. Murrow broadcast from London. (1940)
  22. We Hold These Truths. Radio broadcast. (1941)
  23. Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky. Piano Concerto No. 1, op. 23, Bb minor. Vladimir Horowitz, piano; Arturo Toscanini; conductor; NBC Symphony Orchestra. (1943)
  24. "Down by the Riverside." Sister Rosetta Tharpe. (1944)
  25. U. S. Highball (A Musical Account of a Transcontinental Hobo Trip). Harry Partch; Gate 5 Ensemble. (1946)
  26. Four Saints in Three Acts. Virgil Thomson, composer, with members of original 1934 cast. (1947)
  27. "Manteca." Dizzy Gillespie Big Band with Chano Pozo. (1947)
  28. Jack Benny radio program, show of March 28, 1948.
  29. "Foggy Mountain Breakdown." Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. (1949)
  30. "Lovesick Blues." Hank Williams. (1949)
  31. Guys and Dolls. Original cast recording. (1950)
  32. "Old Soldiers Never Die" (Farewell Address to Congress). General Douglas MacArthur. (1951)
  33. Songs by Tom Lehrer. (1953)
  34. "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man." Muddy Waters. (1954)
  35. "Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)." The Penguins. (1954)
  36. Tuskegee Institute Choir Sings Spirituals. Directed by William L. Dawson. (1955)
  37. Messiah. Eugene Ormandy, conductor; Richard Condie, choir director. Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Philadelphia Orchestra. (1958)
  38. Giant Steps. John Coltrane. (1959)
  39. Drums of Passion. Michael Babatunde Olatunji. (1960)
  40. Peace Be Still. James Cleveland. (1962)
  41. "The Girl from Ipanema." Stan Getz, Joao Gilberto, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Astrud Gilberto. (1963)
  42. Live at the Apollo. James Brown. (1965)
  43. Pet Sounds. The Beach Boys. (1966)
  44. King James version of the Bible. Alexander Scourby. (1966)
  45. Remarks by Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong broadcast from the moon. (1969)
  46. The Allman Brothers Band at Fillmore East. (1971)
  47. Star Wars (Soundtrack). John Williams. (1977)
  48. Recordings of Asian elephants by Katharine B. Payne. (1984)
  49. Fear of a Black Planet. Public Enemy. (1989)
  50. Nevermind. Nirvana. (1991)

2005[änneren | Quelltext änneren]

  1. "Canzone del Porter" from Martha (von Flotow). Edouard de Reszke. (1903)
  2. "Listen to the Lambs." Hampton Quartette; recorded by Natalie Curtis Burlin. (1917)
  3. "Over There." Nora Bayes. (1917)
  4. "Crazy Blues." Mamie Smith. (1920)
  5. "My Man" and "Second Hand Rose." Fanny Brice. (1921)
  6. "Ory’s Creole Trombone." Kid Ory. (June 1922)
  7. Inauguration of Calvin Coolidge. (March 4, 1925)
  8. "Tanec pid werbamy/Dance Under the Willows." Ukrainian violin solo with cymbaly, bass and sleigh bells, Pawlo Humeniuk. (1926)
  9. "Singin' the Blues." Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra with Bix Beiderbecke. (1927)
  10. First official transatlantic telephone conversation. (Jan. 7, 1927)
  11. "El Manisero" ("The Peanut Vendor"). Rita Montaner, vocal with orchestra (1927)."El Manisero." Don Azpiazu and his Havana Casino orchestra. (1930)
  12. Light's Golden Jubilee Celebration. (Oct. 21, 1929)
  13. Beethoven's Egmont Overture, Op. 84, Modesto High School Band. (1930)
  14. Show Boat. Helen Morgan, Paul Robeson, James Melton and others; Victor Young, conductor; Louis Alter, piano. (1932)
  15. "Wabash Cannonball." Roy Acuff. (1936)
  16. "One o'Clock Jump." Count Basie and his Orchestra. (1937)
  17. Archibald MacLeish's "Fall of the City". Orson Welles, narrator, Burgess Meredith, Paul Stewart. (April 11, 1937)
  18. "The Adventures of Robin Hood" radio broadcast of May 11, 1938
  19. Joe Louis-Max Schmeling fight, Clem McCarthy, announcer. (June 22,1938)
  20. "John the Revelator." Golden Gate Quartet. (1938)
  21. "Adagio for Strings." Arturo Toscanini, conductor; NBC Symphony. (recorded broadcast of Nov. 5, 1938)
  22. "Command Performance" show No. 21, Bob Hope, master of ceremonies. (July 7, 1942)
  23. "Straighten up and Fly Right." Nat “King” Cole. (1943)
  24. "The Fred Allen Show." (Radio broadcast of Oct. 7, 1945)
  25. "Jole Blon." Harry Choates. (1946)
  26. "Tubby the Tuba." Paul Tripp (words) and George Kleinsinger (music). (1946)
  27. "Move on up a Little Higher." Mahalia Jackson. (1948)
  28. Anthology of American Folk Music. Edited by Harry Smith. (1952)
  29. "Schooner Bradley." Performed by Pat Bonner. (1952-60)
  30. "Damnation of Faust." Boston Symphony Orchestra with the Harvard Glee Club and Radcliffe Choral Society. (1954)
  31. "Blueberry Hill." Fats Domino. (1956)
  32. "Variations for Orchestra." representative of the Louisville Orchestra First Edition Recordings series, Louisville Orchestra. (1956)
  33. "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On." Jerry Lee Lewis. (1957)
  34. "That'll Be the Day.” The Crickets. (1957)
  35. “Poeme Electronique.” Edgard Varèse. (1958)
  36. Time out. The Dave Brubeck Quartet. (1959)
  37. Studs Terkel interview with James Baldwin, representative of the Studs Turkel Collection at the Chicago Historical Society. (Sept. 29, 1962)
  38. William Faulkner Virdrag an der West Point Military Academy. (1962)
  39. "Dancing in the Street." Martha and the Vandellas. (1964)
  40. Live at the Regal. B.B. King. (1965)
  41. Are You Experienced? Jimi Hendrix Experience. (1967)
  42. We're Only in It for the Money. Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention. (1968)
  43. Switched-On Bach. Wendy Carlos. (1968)
  44. "Oh Happy Day." Edwin Hawkins Singers. (1969)
  45. Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers. Firesign Theatre. (1970)
  46. "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised." Gil Scott-Heron. (1970)
  47. Will the Circle Be Unbroken. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. (1972)
  48. The old foghorn, Kewaunee, Wis. Recorded by James A. Lipsky. (1972)
  49. Songs in the Key of Life. Stevie Wonder. (1976)
  50. Daydream Nation. Sonic Youth. (1988)
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