Berliner Gramophone Records: American Issues, 1892-1900

Berliner Gramophone Records: American Issues, 1892-1900

Berliner Gramophone Records: American Issues, 1892-1900

Berliner Gramophone Records: American Issues, 1892-1900

Synopsis

Just over 100 years ago, Emile Berliner invented the gramophone and disc record. This is the first discography assembled of the first disc recordings in the United States. It documents over 3,000 discs, which were sold to the American public from 1892 to 1900. Listings are arranged by catalogue number and cross-indexed by title, performer, and recording date. The gramophone discs are valuable research tools in the study of popular culture, providing objective data about what was offered to the public, and how it was performed. Since this information has never been published, scholars may well find new materials. Berliner's successor was the Victor Talking Machine Company (an ongoing Greenwood discography series).
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