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Colloquio adulto con un bambino (DAT5166)

Number of ID 10
Total playing time of the sound carrier 17.36
Recording language Italian
Recording language French
Work genre Radio broadcast
Work genre Documentary
Work genre Interview
Classification Boys
Audio track 1-10
Index audio 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 6; 7; 8; 9; 10
Recording title Colloquio adulto con un bambino
Background sound Colpi di tosse; Bisbiglìo
Participant BELLINELLI, Eros
Activity Commentator
Activity Interviewer
Participant HEISE, Ulisse
Activity Interviewed
Part/Role Bambino prodigio
Additional author BELLINELLI, Eros
Activity Realizer
Names mentioned HEISE, Silva (sorella di Ulisse)
Topics mentioned Bambini prodigio; Poesia; Matematica; Musica improvvisata; Divertimenti
Summary Ad Ulisse, 9 anni, viene chiesta una dimostrazione del suo talento nell'ambito dei temi citati
Notes/Comments Ascolto a volte disturbato
Recording locality Lausanne
Recording locality Lugano
Recording place STUDIO RADIO SSR
Recording conditions Studio recording
Recording conditions Live
Recording date 03.03.1953
Broadcast date 03.03.1953
Source carrier type Magnetic tape
Call number of the source carrier 365B
Location of the source carrier DEPOSITO SCHLIERBACH (FN); Schlierbach
Dimension 1/4 inch
Dimension ⌀ 26.5 cm
Playback speed 15 ips
Equalization CCIR
Recording mode Mono
Carrier's condition Tagliato e incollato; Strato magnetico staccato; Frammento montato in senso contrario
Support Document preserved with the support of Memoriav
Call number DAT5166
Logo Schweizerische Eidgenossenschaft, 
Conféderation Suisse, Confederazione Svizzera, Confederaziun svizra

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