A Hundred Years  -  A History of Sound Recording   (Symposium 1222)
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A Hundred Years  -  A History of Sound Recording   (Symposium 1222)
V0166. A HUNDRED YEARS - A HISTORY OF SOUND RECORDING, incl. Thomas Alva Edison, Emile Berliner, Johannes Brahms, Josef Joachim, Sarah Bernhardt, Leo Tolstoy, Lenin, Neville Chamberlin, Winston Churchill, Sousa's Band, Mahatma Gandhi, Santley, Patti, Melba, Tamagno, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Scott Joplin, Caruso, Robeson, Lough, Chaliapin, Heifetz, Hofmann, Wood, Toscanini, etc. (England) Symposium 1222. Very long out-of-print, Final Sealed Copy! - 760411222025

CRITIC REVIEW:

"Symposium Records have released a fascinating CD called, somewhat tentatively, ABOUT A HUNDRED YEARS - A HISTORY OF SOUND RECORDING. Included are the famous Edison wax cylinder recording of Brahms talking and playing in 1889, Joseph Joachim playing Bach in 1903, Adelina Patti and Landon Ronald in Gounod's 'Jewel' song from 1905, etc."

- For the Record, GRAMOPHONE, Dec., 1997