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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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Of course, buying a modern gramophone will cost you a fortune as most of them are imported from abroad.
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.
The Gramovox(TM) Bluetooth Gramophone maintains this spirit of communal bonding and recaptures that warmth with a vintage meets modern aesthetic.
I took part in several exhibitions at which, among other things, I displayed a gramophone playing ruined records.
HMV started as the Gramophone Company in 1899, and the iconic painting of the dog Nipper listening to a gramophone entitled His Master's Voice, was acquired for use on its record labels.
LIKE most people, I imagine, I have found it a less than enjoyable experience having to listen to executives from the BBC trying to explain away their willful ignoring of the nefarious activities of that greasy, talentless paedophile, Jimmy Savile who, let's face it, became rich and famous only because he had an amazing ability to put gramophone records onto a turntable without breaking them.
Presentations by our Estonian and Finnish colleagues dealt with the role of music collections in the new digital age, the activities of the Music Academy Library in its 76-year history, the story of Estonian gramophone records over the past 110 years, and the music collections of the Estonian Folklore Archives and the work of the International Arvo Part Centre.
It includes musical boxes, symphonions which played seven-and-a-half inch discs, organettes, phonographs, gramophones, an art deco combined wireless and gramophone, a pigmyphone for children, a doll's house record of less than two inches in diameter which plays God Save the King, and postcards and stamps of gramophone and music hall interest.
Berliner gramophone records in America; a discography.
The orchestra and chief conductor, Vasily Petrenko, won the orchestral recording of the year accolade at the Gramophone Awards - classical music's equivalent of the Oscars.
IZMIR, Jul 2, 2010 (TUR) -- The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, which was selected as the best orchestra of the world in a survey carried out by the prestigious classical music magazine Gramophone, will give a concert in the western Turkish province of Izmir.