TROVE - MUSIC, SOUND AND VIDEO
NATIONAL FILM AND SOUND ARCHIVE OF AUSTRALIA
The National Film and Sound Archive is the custodian of over 2.8 million items that they not only collect, but preserve for future generations and share in many diverse ways.
NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF AUSTRALIA - COMMONWEALTH FILM UNIT 1940-1973
The Commonwealth Film Unit has film and sound recordings. Sound holdings include musical scores, musical recordings and audio location recordings.
NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF AUSTRALIA - ABC TALKS DEPARTMENT SCRIPTS
These also include sound recordings.
The following is Fact Sheet 153 from the National Archives of Australia.
NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF AUSTRALIA - SOUND RECORDINGS HELD IN SYDNEY
The following is Fact Sheet 149 from the National Archives of Australia.
It provides free public access to collections of digitized materials including websites, software applications/games, music, movies/videos, moving images, and nearly three million public-domain (out of copyright or if the copyright owner has given permission) books. Scanned books are mainly from American, Canadian, European and Indian libraries.
AUSTRALIAN JAZZ MUSEUM
NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF AUSTRALIA - SOUND RECORDINGS IN THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES BY HELEN CROSS AND MARGARET CHAMBERS, 2001
The National Archives holds a collection of sound recordings including interviews, speeches, plays, documentaries, music and sports broadcasts.