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Author: Patrick Feaster; Indiana University, Bloomington. Archives of Traditional Music.
Series: Archives of Traditional Music noon concert and lecture series.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : Cassette recording : CD audio   Archival Material : English
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Lecture and demonstration on the history of the sound recording industry from 1888-1892. Discusses initial negotiations between recording artists and engineers, and creative developments regarding recording content and presentation strategies. Presentation includes representative audio artifacts from the 1880s and 1890s, including the oldest known American musical records. Includes examples of Brady records, sound  Read more...
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Named Person: Thomas A Edison
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick Feaster; Indiana University, Bloomington. Archives of Traditional Music.
OCLC Number: 58723954
Notes: CD contains audio examples used in lecture. Documentation includes publicity flyer, press release, copy of lecture, list of audio examples, and short summary statement.
Performer(s): Patrick Feaster, presenter.
Event notes: Recorded in the Hoagy Carmichael Room, Morrison Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, September 13, 2002 by Archives staff.
Description: 1 sound cassette : analog, stereo. + 1 sound disc (digital, 4 3/4 in.)
Series Title: Archives of Traditional Music noon concert and lecture series.
Other Titles: Dawn of the recording industry, 1888-1892
Responsibility: presented by Patrick Feaster ; collected by Archives staff.

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Lecture and demonstration on the history of the sound recording industry from 1888-1892. Discusses initial negotiations between recording artists and engineers, and creative developments regarding recording content and presentation strategies. Presentation includes representative audio artifacts from the 1880s and 1890s, including the oldest known American musical records. Includes examples of Brady records, sound effects in descriptive musical works, and recordings of the U.S. Marine Band, singer Effie Smith, and other bands and individual artists. Includes discussion on the relationships and negotiations of those involved in making decisions about early commercial recordings, such as choosing to include replicated audience applause or introductory comments.

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