gramophone records


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gramophone records

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Flour sacks fashioned into blouses and old gramophone records melted into flower pots.
They are all in there trying to sell gramophone records, videos - that Caprice woman, her grubby bras.
Many legendary pianists, and even composers, are well documented in disc gramophone records.
In a subsection entitled "Composers listen to recordings," there is a whole series of speculations concerning particular English composers' first encounters with gramophone records, and their possible influence.
Jock Hamilton-Baillie remembers that following this discovery, "there was an orgy of breaking our precious gramophone records to see if there were any other maps".
For example, if the user wants to learn about gramophone records, it should supply knowledge on the technology as well as purchasing trends and examples of famous recordings.
Even more damagingly, it omits gramophone records, tapes, CDs-a great pity since those poets who were the keenest to communicate orally booked into studios and negotiated contracts with recording companies.
I don't recall when he joined the family exactly, but I do remember my grandfather telling me that he was named after the world-famous dog on His Master's Voice gramophone records.
With a few exceptions, during the era of Communist dictatorship, gramophone records from the West did not reach our country.
TILLY Shaw has turned her love of listening to 78rpm gramophone records at gatherings of friends and family into a business playing at parties and events.
In any case, the sound archive's longstanding yet unstable position inside the music division inevitably inspired former heads to allocate as little capacity to it as possible: for several decades a single cataloguer has had to cope with the entire collection, thanks to which we now struggle with a vast uncatalogued sub-collection of over 13,000 gramophone records and around 4,500 LPs (the latter stock is lying wholly untouched even now, due to the lack of cataloguing capacity).
LAST weekend Conwy Estuary Lions had a three day sale in the Legion and someone had donated a pile of old gramophone records.