Anthony Patrick Hodgins Saul OBE (15 October 1913, Dover – 9 May 1999, London) was an English sound archivist. Known as Patrick Saul, he was the founder of the British Institute of Recorded Sound, which later became the British Library Sound Archive. His own favourite recording in the archive he created was of the mating call of the haddock.

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  • Anthony Patrick Hodgins Saul OBE (15 October 1913, Dover – 9 May 1999, London) was an English sound archivist. Known as Patrick Saul, he was the founder of the British Institute of Recorded Sound, which later became the British Library Sound Archive. His own favourite recording in the archive he created was of the mating call of the haddock. Patrick Saul was created OBE in 1971. When he retired in 1978, Lord Boyle of Handsworth, who was Financial Secretary to the Treasury when the Archive received government funding in the early 1960s, described Patrick Saul's career as one of ‘quite exceptional modesty and humility on the one side and ruthless determination on the other.’ (en)
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  • 1999-5-9
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  • Anthony Patrick Hodgins Saul OBE (15 October 1913, Dover – 9 May 1999, London) was an English sound archivist. Known as Patrick Saul, he was the founder of the British Institute of Recorded Sound, which later became the British Library Sound Archive. His own favourite recording in the archive he created was of the mating call of the haddock. (en)
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