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An ideal Christmas gift Dust off your favourite records and listen to three speed settings of 33, 45 and 78 RPM Wirelessly stream your music by connecting to any Bluetooth enabled device, great for Android and iOS Powerful 2 x 7.
48) was the overlap between 78 rpm (revolutions per minute) (1) technology and 45 and 33 rpm technology.
The 10-inch, 78 RPM record will go up for sale at Omega Auctions in Warrington on March 22.
Below, inset, are a selection of old 78 rpm records, part of the extensive music collection |Dave Smith, participation and engagement officer, looks at a collection of crime magazines in Huddersfield University's Heritage Quay, archive.
Tenders are invited for Slow Turning Device To Rotate The Fan Rotor About 4000 Kg Weight About 2 Meter Impeller Diameter Gd2 Of Fan Is 3150 Kg M2 At A Slow Speed Of About 78 Rpm
After a brief opening essay on cultural and musical diversity of Trinidad and the history of recording calypso, chronological entries give data on 78 rpm recordings; each entry gives information on recording location, along with bibliographical references, periodicals, and web sites.
In her moving new book Do Not Sell At Any Price: The Wild, Obsessive Hunt for the World's Rarest 78 rpm Records (Scribners), author Amanda Petrusich dives deep into the world of the insular obscurantists who adore the country blues and other misty musical stylings recorded on 78s in the 1920s and '30s.
Amanda Petrusich's first-person foray into the weird world of 78 rpm collectors is an engrossing romp that illuminates this cartoonish slice of nerddom so aptly portrayed in the movie Crumb.
Others consider music's role in state formation in Italy and Portugal; 78 rpm recordings as a mode of dissemination of jazz; electronic technologies in the music of Kaija Saariaho and the Beatles; and how cultural, political, and technological factors affected recent musical scholarship on early music, 16th-century music, and the contemporary marketing of Hildegard von Bingen.
Like most audiophiles, he thinks the LP or long-playing vinyl recording in 78 rpm or 33 rpm is definitely more musical and has a "warm" sound.
CHARM (Research Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music) Sound Files Search is an online audio archive that provides access to almost 5,000 classical music files that were digitized from a collection of 78 rpm discs located at the King's Sound Archive at King's College London, Initiated in 2004, funding for the project was made possible thanks to a five-year grant from the UK-based Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
The man holds up a 78 rpm record bearing the blue-and-white logo of Chess Records, an iconic label for any fan of the blues.