Using new research and materials from the archives, TAUNY has produced a number of publications and recordings that interpret specific traditional arts and artists for the public, including:
Good Food Served Right: Traditional Recipes and Food Customs from New York's North Country by Lynn Case Ekfelt--first place winner in the prestigious Tabasco Community Cookbook competition in 2000
Where’d You Get That Hat?--CD and audio cassette recordings of tall tales and poetry recitations by Adirondack storyteller Ham Ferry.
Funnymen of the Adirondacks--CD of photographs, quotes, and selected audio recordings of North Country storytellers--in their own voices and words--taken from the TAUNY Archives.
Legends of our Time: Masters of North Country Traditional Life--Highlights the first ten years of TAUNY's North Country Heritage Awards, with portraits of the first 40 recipients by Martha Cooper and brief biographies and quotes taken from Varick Chittenden's interviews with the recipients.
An Evening of Old-Time Adirondack Music--a CD of highlights of a concert held at the Edwards Opera House to celebrate the launch of TAUNY's music website---www.adirondackmusic.org.
Home of our Hearts: Fraser Family and Friends--the first-ever CD on the TAUNY label features three generations of the Frasers of Harrisville, New York, singing Irish and Scottish favorites ranging from drinking songs to ballads.
Songs to Keep--CD and songbook based on TAUNY's ground-breaking project that showcases and raises awareness of the folk music of New York’s Adirondack North Country.
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