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 Post subject: Re: Edison Diamond Disc "Paganucci" 125' horn exptl. record
PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2018 12:35 am 
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I wonder whether the legend "acc. record" on the first side, linked with "Shepherd", might indicate that it was intended as a background accompaniment to Ms. Shepherd's singing? Is there any sign that a record was ever issued of these pieces, with her vocals? :?:

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Could this have been a tone test demonstration record?



I could imagine that: instead of a live pianist, they might have had a recording like this, which they could slowly mute while cueing up the other disc as the singer disappears into the shadows...

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 Post subject: Re: Edison Diamond Disc "Paganucci" 125' horn exptl. record
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Lucius1958 wrote:
I wonder whether the legend "acc. record" on the first side, linked with "Shepherd", might indicate that it was intended as a background accompaniment to Ms. Shepherd's singing? Is there any sign that a record was ever issued of these pieces, with her vocals? :?:

Bill

I'm not seeing any connection on cylinder or diamond disc from my excel files
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 Post subject: Re: Edison Diamond Disc "Paganucci" 125' horn exptl. record
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DGPros wrote:
Lucius1958 wrote:
I wonder whether the legend "acc. record" on the first side, linked with "Shepherd", might indicate that it was intended as a background accompaniment to Ms. Shepherd's singing? Is there any sign that a record was ever issued of these pieces, with her vocals? :?:

Bill

I'm not seeing any connection on cylinder or diamond disc from my excel files

Curiouser and curiouser... :?

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