Phonograph Records


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Phonograph Records


a person especially interested in high-fidelity sound equipment and recordings on tape or disks.
1. the state or condition of an audiophile.
2. the state of one who listens to high-fidelity equipment solely for the quality of reproduction. — audiophilic, adj.
1. a list of musical recordings, usually with commentary, often concerning one composer, performer, or performing group.
2. the analysis, history, or classification of musical recordings.
3. the methods of such analysis or classification. — discographer, diskographer, n.discographical, diskographical, adj.
the zealous study and collection of phonograph records. Also called phonophily. — discophile, diskophile, n.
British. a lover and collector of phonograph records.
British. phonograph.
an instrument for reproducing sound from records; a phonograph; a gramophone.
a juke-box, record-player, or player piano operated by the insertion of a nickel or other coin. See also films.
discophily.
References in classic literature ?
And it never goes high up, or sharp, or squeaky, or scratchy, like some women's voices when they're mad, or fresh, or excited, till they remind me of a bum phonograph record.
Bostwick in his book, The American Public Library (1910), in which he cites the use of phonograph records in his support for the circulation of music in any format, which was seldom done at the time:
He especially enjoyed music, amassing a record collection of over 30,000 phonograph records.
Finding music by African Americans on early phonograph records is more difficult than one might surmise.
If you can ban movies, you can ban religions; if you can burn phonograph records, you can burn religious books; and if you can assassinate an author, you can burn a heretic.
Graphic design studio Future Anecdotes ystanbul's design for the exhibition space, using white curtains to form small rooms, the nostalgic songs from Said Bey's collection of phonograph records you hear and the smell of lavender you inhale while touring the exhibition strengthen the power of "Dismantling the Archive" in engaging the visitor with its content.
In fact, SHR is a great example of adapting instructional materials for new technologies, and people are surprised to hear that the programs were proposed originally for phonograph records.
The top two rows contain old phonograph records from the '30s, the lower two rows copies of the German electronics magazines Funkschau and Funk-Technik from the '60s.
Groovier still is that the Voyager crafts both carry gold-plated phonograph records and cartridges to play them on.
This Martian library was inspired in part by the Voyager Golden Records, a pair of phonograph records aboard the Voyager I and Voyager II space craft that are carrying images and sounds from Earth beyond our solar system.
Muzak, which started in 1934 playing phonograph records for hotels and restaurants, currently delivers its product to subscribers
There are times when the proletariat is short of phonograph records, silk shirts, and movie tickets, but there are very few times when it is short of nourishment.