Title: David Locke Papers
Dates: 1988 -- 2011
Creator: Locke, David
Call Number: MS122
Size: 1.2 Cubic Feet, 1 record carton, 1034 Digital Object(s)
Permanent URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10427/003643
Digital Collections and Archives, Tufts University
This collection contains audio and textual files created to provide access to David Locke's collection of Agbadza and Dagomba drumming and song.
This collection is organized in three series: Oral History Interviews; Dagomba Dance Drumming materials; Agbadza collection.
David Locke is Professor of Music at Tufts University. He earned his B.A., 1972, and Ph.D., 1978, both from Wesleyan University. Locke is an ethnomusicologist specializing in traditional African music and dance. He began teaching at Tufts part−time as the director of the African Music Ensemble in 1979, eventually earning tenure in the early 1990s. He is founder and director of the Agbekor Drum and Dance Society, and author of Drum Gahu: The Rhythms of West African Music.
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Interviews with Alhaji Abubakari Lunna
This series contains audio and textual files created to provide digital access to David Locke's Dagomba Dance Drumming material.
This series contains audio and textual files created to provide digital access to David Locke's collection of Agbadza drumming and song.
Some of the materials from this collection are available online. Not all materials have necessarily been digitized.