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Furthermore, the museum's collection contains gramophones, gramophone records, musical boxes, original music manuscripts (scores) of Uzeyir Hajibeyov, the founder of the Azerbaijan professional music, Bulbul, the founder of the national professional vocal art, and the famous composers Gara Garayev, Fikret Amirov and other distinguished music figures, personal belongings of the prominent musicians, posters, playbills, photographs, audio and video records, fine art exhibits, sheet music, books and other materials.
Among the gifts he was recorded as receiving were: "A wrist watch (PS10), a camera (PS42) and a package of gramophone records (value not known but fairly substantial) from the Russians".
Not only do the Serenaders play to original arrangements, even reconstructing them from old gramophone records, but they use period instruments, replicate the vocal style of the era and sport dinner suits or flapper dresses.
The pair wanted to set up their own business and started out dealing in old gramophone records, graduated to collectable vinyl and finally opened the first incarnation of Retro-Vibe Music on Holton Road in Barry in 2012.
Peter Millington's article on Tristan da Cunha in this issue of FMI acknowledges the role played by gramophone records in the island's song tradition.
Helly Nahmad's inspired idea was to 'recreate' a bohemian collector's apartment in the Paris of 1968, with rooms complete with piles of gramophone records and art magazines, heaped ashtrays, and a sink full of washing-up.
The food is often served on gramophone records, enamel plates and wooden spiked boards.
For example, the March 1933 HMV catalogue invited audiences to buy 'HMV gramophone records that play[ed] s'loka [seloka] and gurindam songs from the play Raja Laksamana Bentan for the first time,' (26) and the August 1936 catalogue exhorted readers to 'listen to Che Norlia's Story of Dan-Dan Stia, on Records P.
VINTAGE gramophone records, audio cassettes with polyester films, shiny compact discs, vinyl records, battery- powered walkmans, and fancy iPods -- the way sounds come packaged to us have undergone several makeovers.
6 In which year did gramophone records made of shellac first go on sale in Europe: 1901 or 1912?
Presentations by our Estonian and Finnish colleagues dealt with the role of music collections in the new digital age, the activities of the Music Academy Library in its 76-year history, the story of Estonian gramophone records over the past 110 years, and the music collections of the Estonian Folklore Archives and the work of the International Arvo Part Centre.
Berliner gramophone records in America; a discography.