In 1906 Snouck Hurgronje repatriated to the Netherlands on his way to an influential academic career, but he sent his Edison phonograph
to Jedda and Mecca, where numerous recordings were made.
with brass horn and cylinders would probably be worth $395 to $695.
A rare Edison phonograph
sold for [euro]34,000 at Christie's, while an HMV model 202 gramophone made [euro]16,000.
And as for carting your Edison Phonograph
along when you went out for a jog - well, literally carrying it in a cart was the only way you were going to do that.
The new funding will also mean that TWAM staff wil hear what is recorded on an early Edison phonograph
cylinder, donated in 1936, for the first time.
Awed by the new technology which an American teacher brought into the country in 1901, General remembered the first Edison phonograph
being played in his class at a primary school in Ligao town (now city) in Albay province.
The material is part of the Music Library's Thomas Edison Collection of American Sheet Music, which was gathered by the Edison Phonograph
Company in the first decades of the twentieth century for the purpose of selecting pieces to record on the Edison record label.
Besides cash, Read had an antique Edison phonograph
with dozens of recording drums that he left to the Dummerston Historical Society, Rowell said.
From the very first Edison phonograph
to the emergence of the first music piracy and the rise of record companies such as Victor and Columbia, Sutton sums it all up in short, essay-like chapters .
There are also poems about seals, whales and penguins, the landscape: "Whale bone, boat hull: what is left / exhaled by ocean ..." but language as artifact continues to absorb her: "Ferns of language pressed into the soft wax cylinder of an Edison phonograph
: James says: This was Mary's dad's and is a family heirloom.
Their plotting is overheard by black billionaire philanthropist Dougie Fredericks, who tries to foil their dastardly plan using a hard-to-conceal Edison phonograph
for the world's last wire-tap.