YOST: Y / Opera / Studies Today
Scope and Contents
A collection of recorded conferences, workshops and presentations hosted by the Yale Opera Studies initiative.
- 2020 - 2021
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research. The finding aid includes links to stream most interviews online via Oral History of American Music's (OHAM) AV access system, Aviary. Yale users can login to Aviary using their Yale University ID, to stream these interviews without restriction. Other users are able to request access to interviews directly through Aviary. For access instructions, and to request transcripts of an interview, see OHAM's website.
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
mp4 and mov files
Conditions Governing Use
Rights and permissions for Oral History of American Music materials vary between individual interviews. Researchers wishing to publish or broadcast Oral History of American Music materials are responsible for obtaining direct authorization from copyright holders: generally, the interviewees or their estates.
The collection is arranged chronologically by the order in which panels and workshops were presented.
12 Computer Files (25.74 gigabytes)
Language of Materials
Recording of Developing Opera in the Age of #MeToo was received as a single mp4 file, sent to OHAM via network transfer. Three access files (two mov and 1 mp4) -- one for each of the three panels recorded from the conference -- were then created from the master file.
- Guide to YOST: Y / Opera / Studies Today
- Compiled by Anne Rhodes
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.
Part of the Oral History of American Music Repository
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