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phonograph

(fō′nō-grăf) [″ + graphein, to write]
An instrument used for the reproduction of sounds recorded on vinyl.
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Gramophone paid tribute to Petrenko's "extraordinary work" with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and their criticallyacclaimed recordings of Tchaikovsky and Elgar symphonies on Onyx.
The end of hostilities in 1918 might have seen the end of the business, but a combination of the end of austerity and the appearance on the market of innovative wind-up gramophones presented chairman Major S.
owever, in 1907, Gramophone and Typewriter began to produce a machine that had an internal horn.
Knizak never cultivated the finesses of gramophone playing--he was content with being the architect of the idea and, what's more, didn't even possess the necessary gear.
Industrialization needed music for these purposes, if not others, and the gramophone served it up, hot and ready, encouraging people to get up and dance to ragtime's new sounds.
In 1901, exactly 110 years ago, the first gramophone record was released in Estonia.
Berliner gramophone records in America; a discography.
The orchestra and chief conductor, Vasily Petrenko, won the orchestral recording of the year accolade at the Gramophone Awards - classical music's equivalent of the Oscars.
IZMIR, Jul 2, 2010 (TUR) -- The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, which was selected as the best orchestra of the world in a survey carried out by the prestigious classical music magazine Gramophone, will give a concert in the western Turkish province of Izmir.
The Gramophone Classical Music Guide 2010 is a 'must' for any classical music reference collection.
Thinking about this, I then remembered gramophone turntables.
The poll was conducted by Gramophone, the classical music magazine, and limited to modern romantic orchestras.