78 almost complete dating guide record rpm


1992 # Of Pages: 177 Color Pictures: No Hard or Soft Cover: Soft comb bound Condition Rating; A - = Like new with very little apparent use.Buying guides and reviews are a subjective information source.For your enjoyment is this nice reference book titled Almost Complete 78 RPM Record Dating Guide II. I now have well over 18,000 items available for your enjoyment. Please check my about us page for current sales / specials. B = Minor wear from use and may have a few spots B = Some wear from use and may have several spots B - = Considerable wear from use and may have several spots C = Considerable wear,spots and writing (other than previous owners name) C = Major wear,spots and writing (other than previous owners name) C - = Usable but not pretty I will be glad to combine shipping. From it you can link to a page with information on Bubble Book records as well as to a site that has links to some of the early record catalogues and monthly supplements of the Victor Talking Machine Company. This is a discussion group for those interested in buying, selling or trading early vintage sound recordings.Features include sale listings, auction notifications, trade offers and want lists.Finally, one reader suggested that "Castle Walk" was transferred too fast, and that it should play in the key of D rather than in E flat.All my transfers were made at exactly 78 RPM, but early recording equipment was certainly inconsistent, and could run slightly fast or slightly slow from one day to the next.

Primarily a "swap site" for the exchange of items, it is also a good resource site, covering topics of interest to collectors.

My February 12 post, with all of James Reese Europe's 1913-14 Victor records, attracted lots of attention from record collectors.

This is a follow-up post, responding to several requests and comments.

index to master recordings and published discs made by the Victor Talking Machine Company, beginning in 1900.

The database will eventually extend to the end of the 78 rpm era in the early 1950s.

Web.[ The AHRC Research Centre for the History and Analysis of Recorded Music.

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