Here are a few links to help you access some of Scotland’s heritage sound recordings online.
Tobar An Dualchais (partnership between School of Scottish Studies Archives at the University of Edinburgh, BBC Scotland, and the National Trust for Scotland’s Canna Collection)
Am Baile (Highlife Highland)
Scots Language Centre (Scots Language Centre)
National Piping Centre – Noting the tradition
Cultural Equity – Alan Lomax recordings collection (includes some recordings from Scotland)
Bristish Library – Sound collection (includes many Scottish recordings)
Dumfries and Galloway (Regional Ethnology)
NEFA – North East Folkore archive (with Formartine oral history archives)
Scran (oral history section)
Gathering the Voices (testimonies from those who sought sanctuary in Scotland from nazi persecution)
USCB Cylinder Audio Archives (American archives with some Scottish recordings linked below)
Urban and environmental soundscapes
The list above is just a starting point – there are lots more online sound recordings which we won’t know about yet! Please email us on email@example.com to suggest further links.