Scope and Contents
The Yale Student Composers project documents Yale’s celebrated graduate student composers. These promising young artists are interviewed at the outset of their studies at Yale, and they speak about their work, musical education, inspiration, and other subjects. Their testimony is filmed by a professional videographer.
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open for research. Streaming access to video and sound recordings in this collection is available when connected to the Yale network, or otherwise by request.
Conditions Governing Use
Rights and permissions for OHAM materials vary between individual interviews. Researchers wishing to publish or broadcast OHAM materials are responsible for obtaining direct authorization from copyright holders: generally, the interviewees or their estates.
The collection is arranged alphabetically by surname of interviewee.
42 Computer Files
A record for this collection is available in Orbis, the Yale University Library catalog
OHAM conducts interviews to add to this collection on a yearly basis.
The following interviews, originally in this collection, have been moved to Major Figures of American Music (OHV): Cerrone, Chris - OHVII 1 a (now OHV 410); Adams, Samuel - OHVII 2 a (now OHV 411).
53 interviews as of March 23, 2018
- Guide to the Yale Student Composers Interviews
- Compiled by Anne Rhodes
- Language of description
Part of the Oral History of American Music Repository