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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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Among the participants were music librarians, musicologists, researchers of music and phonographic sources, as well as specialists in the field of archival recordings.
supply and delivery of compact import discs, excluding phonograms distributed by the French phonographic publishers to public libraries of the City of Marseille.
It had looked like silent nights were ahead for the Cosmic Ballroom on Wednesday, when Mr Justice Hildyard imposed the ban on proprietor Steven Armstrong after hearing he had been caught playing recorded copyrighted music there when he didn't have a Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL) licence.
the British Phonographic Industry's website on October 29 last year and the
Cleary took down those Phonographic websites as a member of Anonymous.
PPL spokesman Jonathan Morrish said: "It is a legal requirement in the UK for any business that plays recorded music in public to have a Phonographic Performance Ltd licence."
In 2005, the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry and the London-based British Phonographic Industry (BPI) launched an investigation into OiNk and determined it defrauded copyright holders.
According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, digital sales now account for some 30 percent of all U.S.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) claimed that www.oink.cd had leaked more than 60 major album releases so far this year, making it the "primary source worldwide for illegal pre-release music".
A lawsuit was filed last year on behalf of Arista Records, Warner Bros, Capitol and UMG recordings, while the British Phonographic Industry also filed a suit on behalf of record labels in the UK.
may have to close if the giant British Phonographic Industry, which represents record companies, wins a breach of copyright claim.
The figures were released by the British Phonographic Industry ahead of the Brit Awards.