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Hazel de Berg recordings

National Library of Australia.

Hazel de Berg recordings

from the Oral History Collection of the National Library of Australia.

by National Library of Australia.

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Published by National Library of Australia in Canberra .
Written in English

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  • Australia
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    • National Library of Australia -- Audiotape catalogs.,
    • Oral history -- Audiotape catalogs.,
    • Australia -- History -- Sources -- Audiotape catalogs.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      ContributionsDe Berg, Hazel, d. 1984.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ4026 .N38 1989, DU110 .N38 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 151 p. ;
      Number of Pages151
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1503193M
      ISBN 100642104859
      LC Control Number93182316

      Hazel de Berg Award for Excellence in Oral History Jill Cassidy () Frank’s is an imposing record - he has conducted more than audio interviews with a wide cross-section of the community, people in the arts, religion, literature, music, theatre, education, books about oral history as well as those based on. “Hazel de Berg first used a tape recorder in , when she undertook voluntary work for the Blind Book Society. She persuaded Dame Mary Gilmore to make some introductory comments about her book ‘Old Days, Old Ways’ (), and this recording, lasting 1 minute 26 seconds, marked the beginning of de Berg’s extraordinary career as a.

      Fairweather, I , Ian Fairweather interviewed by Hazel de Berg in the Hazel de Berg Collection [sound recording] Ian Fairweather. The Bribie Years', Ian Fairweather Late Works. Philip Baxter interviewed by Hazel de Berg, for the Hazel de Berg collection, March , National Library of Australia Oral History Collection, TRC 1/ 'Sir .

      To commemorate her pioneering work in oral history, the award has been named the Hazel de Berg Award for Excellence in Oral History. The recipient shall be the nominee deemed by the National Committee of the Oral History Australia to have made an outstanding contribution to the cause of oral history in Australia over a considerable period of time. Be Ready with Bells and Drums was written in As Kata told oral historian Hazel de Berg, she had been thinking about intolerance and prejudice for many years and in an inspirational moment decided to tell the story through the mind of a blind person. It was her first manuscript and she was advised to approach overseas publishers. The book was accepted in by .


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The Hazel de Berg recordings: from the Oral History Collection of the National Library of Australia. The Hazel de Berg Collection consists of recordings of interviews and readings from many of Australia's poets, artists, writers, composers, actors, academics, publishers, librarians, scientists, anthropologists, public servants and some politicians.

Paper based records include transcripts and interview background notes. Bib ID: Format: Audio [sound recording]: Access Conditions: Access conditions vary.

Description: sound tape reels. Summary: The Hazel de Berg Collection consists of recordings of interviews and readings from many of Australia's poets, artists, writers, composers, actors, academics, publishers, librarians, scientists, anthropologists, public.

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Crooke, Ray. & De Berg, Hazel. Ray Crooke interviewed by Hazel de Berg for the Hazel de Berg collection. MLA Citation. Crooke, Ray. and De Berg, Hazel. Ray Crooke interviewed by Hazel de Berg for the Hazel de Berg collection [sound recording] Australian/Harvard Citation. Crooke, Ray. & De Berg, Hazel.

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The work of Hazel de Berg forms the basis of the oral history collection in the National Library of Australia. Around 4 years after Mrs de Berg began using a tape recorder in her work with people with visual disablities, this article in the Canberra Times noted her prolific rate of recording the voices and work of Australian poets and the modest grant she received.

The work of Hazel de Berg forms the basis of the oral history collection in the National Library of Australia. The de Berg Collection is described and indexed in the catalogue published by the Library in It comprises recordings and a total of tapes.

The recordings vary greatly in length. The earliest were short poetry readings with a few additional comments by the writer and are often only a few minutes in duration.

When Hazel de Berg began recording life stories inthe expensive machine she used was cumbersome, heavy and rare. Reel-to-reel tape recorders had only been in Australia for several years; she taught herself to use one and sought advice on the technology from a friend at the ABC.

'Dame Mary Gilmore gives introductory remarks to her book "Old days, old ways" read for the "talking book" service for blind people ; Dame Gilmore reads two excerpts from her works.' (Trove) Dame Mary Gilmore Interviewed by Hazel de Berg | AustLit: Discover Australian Stories. Hazel de Berg first used a tape recorder inwhen she undertook voluntary work for the Blind Book Society.

She persuaded Dame Mary Gilmore to make some introductory comments about her book Old Days, Old Ways () and this recording, lasting 1 minute, 26 seconds, marked the beginning of de Berg’s extraordinary career as a recorder of life histories.

Robin Boyd interviewed by Hazel de Berg in the Hazel de Berg collection. Creator. Boyd, Robin, (Interviewee) Other Creators. De Berg, Hazel, (Interviewer) Published.

Medium [sound recording] Physical Description. 1 sound tape reel (ca. 20 min.) Series. Hazel de Berg collection ; DeB 28; Part Of. Hazel de Berg.

Gibbs, children's author and illustrator, speaks about her childhood; how the "Gumnuts" pictures began; how she illustrates her books; where her inspiration comes from. English, Sound, Interview, lecture, talk edition: Don Burrows interviewed by Hazel de Berg in the Hazel de Berg collection [sound recording].

Burrows, Don, Hazel de Berg holding gramophone recording of "Poets speaking own verse" a joint venture between the NLA and the ABC, early s, 2 [picture]. Suzanne Moore interviewed by Hazel de Berg in the Hazel de Berg collection by Suzanne Moore (Recording) Most widely held works by Suzanne Moore Looking for trouble: on shopping, gender, and the cinema by Suzanne Moore (Book).

Hazel de Berg offered her services to the Royal Blind Society to record for ‘Talking books for the Blind’. She chose to read Dame Mary Gilmore’s ‘Old Days, Old Ways’ and was taught how to use the reel to reel tape recorder.

On March 18 she visited Dame Mary in her Kings Cross apartment to invite her to say a few words on the tape. Anne Summers interviewed by Hazel de Berg in the Hazel de Berg collection [sound recording] Repository National Library of Australia, Oral History and Folklore Collection Reference ORAL TRC 1/ Date Range 27 November Creator de Berg, Hazel Estelle ( - ) Summers, Anne Fairhurst ( -) Description.

1 sound tape reel (ca. 59 min.). Hazel de Berg’s recordings take place in the homes or work spaces of the subjects rather than a recording studio. This allows something of these places into the recording whether birdsong, traffic or an r&b song playing in the background.

In the recordings, de Berg herself remains enigmatic, the ghostly presence operating the machine.Hazel de Berg’s recordings take place in the homes or work spaces of the subjects rather than a recording studio. This allows something of these places into the recording whether birdsong, traffic or an r&b song playing in the background.

In the recordings, de Berg remains enigmatic, the ghostly presence operating the machine.Charles Pearcy Mountford - Records Repository National Library of Australia Oral History Collection Reference DeB 42 Date Range Description. Oral history recordings with Hazel de Bergc5 minutes, 2 page transcript.

Mountford speaks about some of his books; about his experience in living among the Aborigines. Formats Audio Quantity 1.