2 edition of Vertical-cut cylinders and discs found in the catalog.
Vertical-cut cylinders and discs
|Statement||by Victor Girard and Harold M. Barnes.|
|Contributions||Barnes, Harold M.,|
|LC Classifications||ML155.52 G57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxviii, 196 p.|
|Number of Pages||196|
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Although his scholarly contributions in the field of Anthropological Linguistics are well known to his academic colleagues, he will be remembered most by record collectors for his many published discographies and his pioneering book on vertical-cut recordings, Vertical-Cut Cylinders and Discs, co-authored with Harold Barnes in Over the. = Recordings are available for online listening. = Recordings were issued from this master. No recordings issued from other masters. Show only matrixes with audio online. First Take Date. Primary Performer. High school cadets. Band (unidentified; Berliner Gramophone Co.) Band (unidentified; Berliner Gramophone Co.) Under the Double Eagle.
From to he worked only occasionally for Edison, Columbia, and Victor. In he cut titles for two small companies that made some of the first vertical-cut discs--Princess discs were made by the Sapphire Record & Talking Machine Company, and Phono-Cut discs were made by Boston Talking Machine Company. diagram, buick skylark wiring diagram, ao spine books dvd, amor eterno acordes letra y tabs juan gabriel, vertical cut cylinders discs catalogue hill .
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Vertical-cut cylinders and discs;: A catalogue of all Hill-&-Dale recordings of serious worth made and issued between circaAuthor: Victor James Girard.
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2) The discography is pathetic. No complete listing of the various issue numbers Vertical-cut cylinders and discs book Columbia, and only one double-side disc listed for Pathe -- even though the first edition of Girard & Barnes VERTICAL-CUT CYLINDERS AND DISCS lists 9 titles and gives the year, Perhaps an enjoyable book, but obviously not definitive 3/5(1).
Pathe discs were center-start from the company's entry into disc-producing in up until Girard & Barnes' book "Vertical-cut Cylinders and Discs" gives a history of Pathe recordings.
The first discs were made in and were wax on a cement base. VERTICAL-CUT CYLINDERS AND DISCS - A catalogue of all 'Hill-&-Dale' recordings of serious worth by GIRARD (Victor) and Harold M.
Barnes and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Ernst Kraus (June 8, – September 5, ) was a German dramatic tenor who made his mark in the operas of Richard first decided to embark on an operatic career when he heard leading singers performing in studied voice initially in Milan with Cesare Galliera and then returned to Munich to finish his tuition with Anna Schimon-Regan.
Issue 18 of Talking Machine Review magazine, published Oct. Catalogue of "The Pathephone" "Vertical-Cut Cylinders & Discs" by Girard & Barnes Advertizing Irregular Playing on Edison Cylinder Phonographs - Frank Adams Letter to the Editor Miss Hetty King - Ernie Bayly Our Illustrations Record Research No.
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American soprano Julia Heinrich () / Voi lo sapete / Cavalleria Rusticana (Mascagni) / Recorded: Octo / unpublished Edison test / not listed in "Vertical-Cut Cylinders and. After this, discs and disc players, most notably the Victrolas, began to dominate the market.
Columbia Records, an Edison competitor, had stopped marketing cylinders in The Edison Company had been fully devoted to cylinder phonographs, but, concerned with discs' rising popularity, Edison associates began developing their own disc player.
All the Pathé discs are vertical-cut. In the label reads "Actuelle" and these are laterals. The vertical Pathé record ran through and then was discontinued. So for a couple of years a Pathé dealer could stock the same recording in two formats. Big fun for him. Edison Records was one of the earliest record labels which pioneered sound recording and reproduction and was an important player in the early recording industry.
The first phonograph cylinders were manufactured infollowed by Edison's foundation of the Edison Phonograph Company in the same year. The recorded wax cylinders, later replaced by Blue Amberol Founder: Thomas Edison, Jesse H.
Lippincott. Playing Pathé Vertical-Cut Discs on an Orthophonic Victrola by Paul Dodington Photographs by Amy Dodington Ever since my teenage years (a long time ago!) I have been intrigued by the peculiar ambience and sweet tonal quality of the Pathé Hill-and-Dale-cut records; also by the bizarre methods of recording and the unusual, interesting catalogue of selections.
The IRENE process begins with imaging. IRENE is equipped with two cameras – one three-dimensional camera for vertical-cut recordings (most cylinders), and one two-dimensional camera for lateral-cut recordings (most discs). Unlike traditional digital cameras, both of.
To distinguish his invention from Edison's tin-foil "phonograph" of FebruBerliner named his instrument a "gramophone." Although the two terms were to become synonymous, the phonograph referred specifically to a talking machine employing vertical-cut cylinders, and later discs, while the gramophone played lateral-cut discs.
Vertical-cut cylinders and discs; a catalogue of all "Hill-&-Dale" recordings of serious worth made and issued between circa Girard, Victor. All cylinders and Edison flat disc used vertical cut. Although the latecoming Edison disc records offered beautiful, lifelike tonal quality, I think it's fair to say that 78rpm records offered more volume and far greater fidelity than the cylinders.Like his cylinders, Diamond Discs had hill-and-dale grooves, tracked by a permanent, diamond stylus–hence the name.
In order to combat warpage and accommodate the depth of the vertical grooves, Diamond Discs were thicker than lateral-cut discs: nearly 1/4″ thick, and many were pressed on only one side.Evans' only cataloged recordings were made prior to for Pathe and Edison Bell.
Known details are listed below. Vertical-cut Cylinders and Discs (London, ) Marc Shepherd, Columbia Master Book Discography (, Brooks, Rust, Greenwood Press).