Recording Industry in Canada   (Gala 112)
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Recording Industry in Canada   (Gala 112)
PE0170. The Birth and Rise of the Recording Industry in Canada, incl Emile Berliner, Oliver Berliner (Emile Berliner’s grandson), Robert Price, Hector Pellerin, Henry Burr, Conrad Gauthier, George Wade, Wilf Carter, Jean Lafonde, Lucille Dumont, Mart Kenney, Alys Robi, Fernand Robidoux, Paul Brunelle, Albert Viau, François Brunet, Willie Lamothe, Oscar Peterson, Le trio Soucy, Jacques Normand, Hank Snow, Jen Roger, Raymond Berthlaume, Les Jérolas, Raoul Jobin & Wilfrid Pelletier. (Canada) Gala GAL-112, recorded 1903-59, featuring an Elaborate 79pp. Slipcase Edition with Illustrated Book w.Numerous photographs. - 777078916044



CRITIC REVIEW:

“Few men accomplished more than Emile Berliner (1851-1929) in the field of recorded sound. Berliner invented the phonograph, the microphone and the flat disc and founded no less than three major record companies: EMI, Deutsche Grammophon, and Victor. The Berliner Gramophone Co. was Canada’s first record company. Emile Berliner started making records in Montréal in 1900. The recording business which at first sold a few thousand discs went on in a short time to sell millions. This disc features major recordings of the Canadian Berliner and RCA Victor and the booklet includes the history of the company, the evolution of sound technologies and a social history of the milieu in which the company operated.”

- Loyal Bluto