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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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With his own phonograph and gramophone, he can demonstrate how early recordings were made.
Frederick Garbit's 1878 attribution of human traits to the phonograph (it is "tractable, teachable and humble, .
The phonograph had the brand name, His Master's Voice, and on the brand logo, there was an image of a dog listening intently in front of a phonograph,' General wrote, recalling the music machine brought by Louis McGregor, his American teacher whom the class called 'Maestrong Luis' (Teacher Luis).
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:
While there have been many other books written about the contributions of other media--such as TV, radio, print, and film--to the promotion of widespread Christianity, the phonograph has been largely overlooked historically.
The phonograph was invented by Thomas Edison but fell into disuse with the entry of the circular disc in 1902.
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.
away, Like when grand-mamma Snatched our Bird album off The phonograph.
1877: Thomas Alva Edison recited Mary Had A Little Lamb into his phonograph - and made the world's first recording of the human voice.
More than 100 guests explored the facilities, enjoyed food and wine, a permanent art display featuring Yeva Dashevsky's close-up photographs of Manhattan architecture, and entertainment by DJ MAC--an antique phonograph DJ who plays vintage records from the early 20th century.
Music, Sound, and Technology in America: A Documentary History of Early Phonograph, Cinema, and Radio, Duke University Press, Durham, NC, 2012, ISBN 9 7808 2234 9464, 432 pp.
He worked as a driver for Williams Bakery, and is an antique furniture and phonograph restoration specialist and antique dealer.