I think for this topic we should focus on anything older than a gold Moulded Cylinder. Cylinders such as: Early North Americans (Both Channel Rimed and Not (has anyone ever seen one with its label?) ), Early Columbia's (I'd like to see one with a paper label on it), Early Edison's (I'd like to see one with a string core), and yes George we would all like to see a Bell-Tainter ozocerite-coat paper core. Along with anything earlier you or anyone may have.
Also I think it would be really cool if we had any audio files of the cylinders. The record title, number, and performer would be nice if possible.
As we go along I'll add all the information here on my first post so it can be easily observed.
I have a whole bunch ill post tomorrow, but I thought I put this up tonight so every one KNOWS what their going to do tomorrow!
Lets Have At It!
P.S. I wasn't sure whether to post this here or in the Music section, but I figured it would get more traffic here. We can later move the audio files to the music section and the whole topic to the Archive section.
|Maker||Size||Title and/or Number||Performer||Owner|
|Unknown||Standard||Home Recordings (11)||---||Edisonfan|
|Edison||Standard||March From "Foxy Quiller" #7805||Peerless Orchestra||Lenoirstreetguy|
|Columbia Washington, DC.||Standard||Lead Kindly Light||Band||WDC|
|Unknown||Standard||Home Recordings (4)||Unknown||Aaron|
|Edison||Standard||French Language Records (2)||Unknown||Aaron|
|Columbia||Standard||The Camp Meeting Jubilee||Quartet||Aaron|
|Columbia||Standard||The Lord's Prayer And Gloria Patria||Quartet||Aaron|
|Unknown European||Standard||Le Sabre De Colonel||Unknown||Aaron|
|Unknown European||Standard||Goutte de Rosee (Drop of Dew)||Unknown||Aaron|
|International Phonograph Company||Standard||Papa, Mama||Rheinländer (Orchestra)||WDC|
|North American Phonograph Company||Standard||no. 191: Battery B March||Fifth Regiment Band||WDC|