At one stage there was talk of Peel's collection being saved for the nation to give the public access to his records through the National Sound Archive.
What does NSA stand for?
NSA stands for National Sound Archive
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- National Shuffleboard Association
- National Singles Association (Atlanta, Georgia)
- National Skateboard Association
- National Slag Association (Alexandria, VA)
- National Smokejumper Association
- National Smokers Alliance
- National Snow Analyses (US NOAA)
- National Society of Accountants
- National Softball Association, Inc.
- National Software Alliance
- National Space Agency
- National Speakers Association
- National Spiritual Assembly (Institution of the Baha'i Faith)
- National Sports Academy (various locations)
- National Sprint Association (UK)
- National Standard Application
- National Statistical Authorities (EU)
- National Steeplechase Association
- National Stereoscopic Association
- National Stone Association (Washington, DC)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The oldest exhibits on display in the National Sound Archive were collected by the German ethnomusicologist Paul Trager, who recorded Tunisian folk songs in 1903.
1935), despite the fact that there exists a recording in the national Sound Archive and that its engagement with a critical moment in New Zealand's history and its inclusion in the 1985 Penguin Book of New Zealand Verse might qualify it to be considered a 'classic'.
5m-strong National Sound Archive, held by the British Library.
The National Sound Archive has given us a marvellous opportunity to hear such a wide variety of authors born in the nineteenth century.
In 1992 she became Director of Special Collections at the British Library, with responsibility for Maps, Manuscripts, Music, the National Sound Archive, the Oriental and India Office Collections, and Philatelic Collections.
Reaching an animal isn't the only problem, says Richard Ranft, curator of the British Library's National Sound Archive Wildlife Section.
Timothy Day, a curator at the National Sound Archive in London, offers the latest contribution to this new scholarship.