The information presented here about each recording in this collection comes from original documentation by the collector/depositor Jerome Mintz. Additions by archival staff for clarity are framed in brackets [ ]. These recordings sometimes addressed politically sensitive topics and to protect the safety of the individuals in these recordings, Jerome Mintz did not document their full identities. The Archives of Traditional Music makes these recordings available for research and users should be aware that any archival collection may contain material that users find offensive.
Deposited by Mintz at the Archives of Traditional Music in 1975 under option 3.
The following materials have been published employing the taped materials : The shoemaker (film), Pepé's Family (film) / Mintz, and "Trouble in Andulasia" (article) Natural History, May 1972, and "Divisive New Visions" (article) Natural History, May 1974.
Mainly special effect sounds of daily life, including singing, street noise, discussions, readings, work, animals, and radio.
Deposit agreement signed by Mintz's daughter, updating access option in August 2017.
Numerous named and unnamed performers and informants.
Statement of Responsibility
collected by Jerome Mintz.
Recorded by Jerome Mintz in June and July of 1973 in Spain.