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gramophone

1. 
a. a device for reproducing the sounds stored on a record: now usually applied to the nearly obsolete type that uses a clockwork motor and acoustic horn
b. (as modifier): a gramophone record
2. the technique and practice of recording sound on disc
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The gramophone was also used at the nearby English mining concession ?
Once Grimshaw, aka the 'Gramophone King', cleared the idea with the council, he set about finding the best way to allow the sound to travel from the bandstand.
The MBAND additionally won awards such as Golden Gramophone Award, Song of the Year, "RU.TV Award", and "Real Music Box Prize".
And, yes, it's not a coincidence that the trophy is a gramophone.
At the awards ceremony in London, James Jolly, Gramophone editor in chief, said: "Vasily Petrenko is making waves, and we're happy to endorse this impressive lead, from over 8,000 votes cast, for an artist who has clearly made the step up to a new level of musicianship and has the ability to take audiences with him on his musical journey."
When we noticed his gramophone, we asked him if it still worked.
This motor powered the first Garrard gramophone, the Model 201, which proved successful with the audiophiles at the BBC.
"Because it came from the gallery, it is likely that this is a back lane in Jarrow or Hebburn and with the gramophone there to provide music it may have been taken after a First World War street party," said Adam.
Shoppers were entertained by Gramophone DJs with their vintage gramophones and anyone feeling peckish was able to try a range of delicious sweet and savoury treats available at Alice's Kitchen.
DHOONDH laya hoon wahi, geet mein tere liye (I have searched and brought back that song for you)" sings a 1950 Talat Mahmood's LP (Long Play) record on a 1978 Philips gramophone in Moloy Ghosh's apartment in Indirapuram, Ghaziabad, as if crooning its revival in the hands of Ghosh.
One of the first Durga Puja albums, "Sharadabali", was released by The Gramophone Company of India in 1914.
The first spring-driven gramophone appeared in late 1896 and by the following year its popularity was beginning to overtake that of its predecessor, the phonograph which played small, tube-like cylinders.