Dailey Paskman collection of sound recordings, 1933-1950.
Contains radio broadcast recordings, studio acetates, and performance recordings collected by Paskman of his works. Included are transcription recordings of the radio program Paramount movie parade (1933-1934); two recordings of live performances of Robert Stolz' Two hearts in 3/4 time, for which Paskman wrote the lyrics; and a live recording of the premiere performance of Halloween, a musical work with narration by Paskman. Also included is an interview with Paskman conducted by Albert Brush under the auspices of the Beverly Hills Public Library, which was broadcast over radio station KPMC (Beverly Hills, CA), December 4, 1940.
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center
Disc (Commercial, Homemade, Transcription)
Various broadcasts from a variety of U.S. radio stations.