Beyond the Cluttered Years. The Dutch Jazz Archives
(Jeroen de Valk) The Low Countries - 2000, № 8, pp. 288-290
These days, the cluttered years of the Dutch National Jazz Archives are in the past. Now they are the Dutch Jazz Archives (Nederlands Jazz Archief; NJA) and it has space, new furniture, a group of industrious volunteers and paid staff. Every year they have at least five hundred visitors, mostly journalists, musicians and students researching for their theses, who rummage around in the ever-expanding collection. At the present time it comprises 10,000 LPs, 1380 video tapes, 2000 books, 13,520 magazines, 100,000 cuttings, 5000 photos and 5000 books of sheet-music.
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