John Dick, Jr., Uganda Recordings Collection

Identifier: MSS.MUS.0018

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This small collection consists of materials related to the Vanderbilt University Student Research project of Blair School of Music student John Dick, Jr., gathered in May-June 2004 in Uganda. This work focused on the intersection of HIV/AIDS, traditional musical culture, and activism, and resulted in a thesis. This collection consists of 24 DAT audio tapes and 16 Digital Video Cassette tapes.


  • 2004


Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for research use. This collection may be viewed in the Anne Potter Wilson Music Library at 2400 Blakemore Ave., Nashville, TN 37212.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright restrictions may apply.


0.8 Linear Feet (1 box (40 tapes))

Language of Materials


System of Arrangement

The media recordings in this collection have been arranged in a single series according to the following criteria: 1) media type (DAT vs. DVC); 2) chronologically. Additional notes found on containers are included in the item descriptions.

Physical Location

Anne Potter Wilson Music Library, Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee.

Immediate Source of Acquisitoin

This content was received from the author under the guidance of his faculty mentor, Gregory Barz.

Finding aid for the John Dick, Jr., Uganda Recordings Collection (MSS.MUS.0018)
Schaub, Jacob
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Repository Details

Part of the Anne Potter Wilson Music Library Repository

2400 Blakemore Ave.
Nashville TN 37212


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