From 1903 to1910, as gramophone records were beginning to be released, over a third of them were "tango" music.
In the decade following the bandoneon's association with tango, recordings by artists who included the bandoneon in their tango music made up almost half of all the releases by the gramophone companies.
Berliner then might not have been stimulated in 1888 to invent the gramophone.
All vinyl records whether Historic Masters or not, cannot be played on an old gramophone using thorn, fiber or steel needles.
In 1931 the school had its first gramophone bought by the proceeds of a concert.
gramophone record came to an end.
gramophone recording competition.
gramophone society in Nelson.
gramophone company should be the prime mover.
gramophone record player which was battery operated, as there was no electricity.
However without electricity people could listen to the latest tunes on a wind-up gramophone.
The popularity of the new formats led to the fall of the 78 rpm gramophone record.
The early history of the gramophone is as much one of litigation and boardroom machination as anything else.
plainsong hymns and sequences take up a good few inches in the Gramophone catalog.
Mr Balfour owned the first gramophone seen or heard in East Lothian and also the first car.
gramophone bought by the proceeds of a concert.
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