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A series of Zoom interviews with composers and musicians, focusing on their personal and creative lives while isolating during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Connor and Neff Blues Collection consists of 96 interviews with various blues musicians and blues industry figures. These interviews were the basis for the 1975 book The Blues by Anthony Connor and Robert Neff.
The Duke Ellington Oral History is comprises ninety-two interviews with and about Ellington, one of America's greatest composers. Included among the interviewees are musicians, family members, friends, and colleagues.
A collection of video interviews with leaders of music in the Black church, including pastors, music ministers, gospel artists, and choir directors. These interviews were conducted by students in the Yale University class The Gospel Imagination, taught by Prof. Braxton Shelley.
The Paul Hindemith Oral History consists of seventy-nine interviews with students, performers, colleagues, and friends of the celebrated German composer. The Hindemith oral history complements and gives added dimension to the Paul Hindemith Collection of personal papers and manuscripts in the Irving S. Gilmore Music Library at Yale University.
The Russ Wiltse Video Collection consists of 20 interviews with 19 composers. The interviews were conducted by filmmaker Russ Wiltse and others, and used in the making of his 2014 documentary "Beautiful Scary: Contemporary Music in America."
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.