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 Post subject: Suggested On-Line Reading
PostPosted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 12:01 pm 
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Here you will find an ever growing (I hope) list of on-line articles of interest to us all.

New technological forces reinvent the music industry from: The Birthplace of Country Music Alliance by our John M. "These articles are grouped under the greater categories of "The 1927 Bristol Sessions" and "Our Musical Heritage", both of which have everything to do with our hobby. These pages are full of interesting stuff about the 1927 and 1928 Bristol Sessions, other regional field recording sessions, early country music, etc."

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Recording Technology History, by Steven Schoenherr
( Schoenherr, Steven E. Recording Technology History. [July 6, 2005])

The Early Gramophone, by Steven Schoenherr

Electrical Recording, by Steven Schoenherr

Emile Berliner Scrapbook, "The [included] images from the Library of Congress can be found online in the American Memory exhibit Emile Berliner and the Birth of the Recording Industry This exhibit scanned one of Berliner's scrapbooks in its entirety, #14120101 (digital ID: berl 14120101) and the images [included] are from that scrapbook."
by Steven Schoenherr

Emile Berliner and the Gramophone, "The [included] images from the Library of Congress can be found online in the American Memory exhibit Emile Berliner and the Birth of the Recording Industry..."
by Steven Schoenherr

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Emile Berliner and the Birth of the Recording Industry , From The Library of Congress - American Memory

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Emile Berliner From The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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Inventing Entertainment; The Motion Pictures & Sound recordings of the Edison Companies, From The Library of Congress - American Memory (Thomas Alva Edison)
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