Congratulations Singing Wells!





Janet Topp Fargion

Lead Curator World & Traditional Music, British Library

I was so excited to be referred to the Singing Wells Project website. I’ve shared it with a lot of people because these sorts of collaborative efforts at recording, archiving and disseminating music ethically are so important. I met Tabu Osusa and Bill Odidi while doing some training on audiovisual archiving in Kenya as part of a British Library World Collections Programme initiative. It was a great pleasure and it is wonderful to see these fruits of their expertise and enthusiasm.

Janet Topp Fargion, Lead Curator World and Traditional Music, British Library


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