A "Gramophone Concert" to commemorate World War I.

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Re: A "Gramophone Concert" to commemorate World War I.

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Congratulations Marco! Your photos exude quality, sensitivity/respect and enjoyment in what must have been a really wonderful event. I wish I could have been there!

It's so good to bring our old machines and records to life in public.
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Thank you Fran and Andy, I appreciate your comments! :)

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This whole presentation is great. The poster alone is magnificent: whoever designed it is a reincarnation of a graphic artist from the period.

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Thanks a lot Jim, actually it was made by myself, but unfortunately I'm far from being a reincarnation of a graphic artist of the period! I just struggled around a layout downloaded from the internet. You will easily recognize it (empty) if you search for the keywords art deco frame.

Anyway, I'm glad you liked it! It took hours and hours of work. :geek:

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