2 edition of Fonotipia recordings found in the catalog.
Michael E. Henstock
|Statement||Michael E. Henstock.|
|LC Classifications||ML156.2.H526 F675 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 707 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||707|
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I ask because another thing that I seem to remember by Bennet's book is that by the end of WWI (that is: much earlier than the often mentioned or '26) Odeon in some way already took control of Fonotipia, and the author commented that the records had a quality drop and became to be dull and uninspiring. V FONOTIPIA TENORS, Vol. II, incl. Fernando Carpi, Carlo Dani, Narciso del Ry, Rinaldi Grassi, Giuseppe Krismer, Guido Vaccari, Rinaldo Schenoni, Vittorio Re, Salvatore Pollicino, Salvatore Salvati, Nino Piccaluga, Michele Tomaco, Vittorio Fullin, Dimitri Onofrei & Vittorio Lois. (England) 2-The Record Collector TRC Booklet offers full discographical information, extensive.
Fonotipia Recordings- A Centennial Survey by Limited edition. SIGNED by the author. Minor shelf and handling wear, overall a clean solid copy with minimal signs of Seller Rating: % positive. A listing of Columbia catalogs from the period appeared in the ARSC Journal in 1 This article discusses cylinder and disc literature published by the company between and From the time it began producing cylinders in , Columbia distributed catalogs and flyers promoting its recordings.
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Fonotipia Records, or Dischi Fonotipia, was an Italian gramophone record label established in with a charter to record the art of leading opera singers and some other celebrity musicians, chiefly violinists.
Fonotipia continued to operate into the electrical recording era, which commenced in –26, by which time the company had been absorbed into Odeon : Classical Music, opera. Download PDF Fonotipia Recordings book full free. Fonotipia Recordings available for download and read online in other formats.
67 rows Italian shellac label, operating between and Since many releases were. Fonotipia recordings: a centennial survey. [Michael E Henstock] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. B Fonotipia Recordings, A Centenial Survey. Michael E. Henstock, Ed. Cambridge University Press, pp, with an additional 37pp. of invaluable preface. Numerous categories include Listing by matrix number, Index by artist, Index by issue number, Index of matrices with no traceable issue number; Bibliography; Glossary.
Invaluable reference source. Hard-bound, with a stitched spine. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Fonotipia Recordings - Columbia Electrical Recordings on Discogs. Fonotipia Records, or Dischi Fonotipia, was an Italian gramophone record label established in with a charter to record the art of leading opera singers and some other celebrity musicians, chiefly violinists.
Fonotipia continued to operate into the electrical recording era, which commenced inby which time the company had been. Fonotipia was a powerhouse of operatic recording.
Established as a minor player, a part of the International Talking Machine Company of Berlin, it began as an offshoot of Odeon but by it was established as a company in its own right.
one of the very few pianists on the Fonotipia books. There. European shellac records — In the first three decades of the twentieth century European companies including Pathé, Odeon, and Fonotipia made recordings in a variety of sizes, including 21 cm.
 9 in (23 cm) Early American shellac records — Prior tonine-inch brown shellac records were issued under the Zon-O-Phone label. Posts about Fonotipia Ltd written by bajakhana. bajakhana MICHAEL KINNEAR'S WEBSITE INTO EARLY SOUND RECORDINGS This “recognition line” was used exclusively with ODEON RECORD, FONOTIPIA and JUMBO RECORD discs and had been introduced in The Gramophone Company’s Persian Recordings, Book Price: AUD $, Postage AUD.
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Software An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Dischi Fonotipia" See other formats. Fonotipia Records, or Dischi Fonotipia, was an Italian gramophone record label established in with a charter to record the art of leading opera singers and some other celebrity musicians, chiefly violinists.
Fonotipia continued to operate into the electrical recording era, which commenced inby which time the company had been. Label: Phonographe Records; ASIN: BJISN; Customer Reviews: Be the first to write a review; Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Opera & Vocal (CDs & Vinyl) # in Classical (CDs & Vinyl).
After the Grand Opera debacle, Columbia looked overseas for classical vocal recordings. The April Columbia Record reported that engineer Frank Capps was in Italy securing discs and cylinders from a mix of Neapolitan artists and La Scala stars including Mieli, De Negre, Galli, Cecarcelli, Fornari, Vaili, Feberici, Parvis, Sambo, Migliardo, Olietti, Alasia, and Cantallamessa.
Fonotipia Records, or Dischi Fonotipia, was an Italian gramophone record label established exclusively to record the art of celebrities, principally opera singers, in and which continued after into the electrical recording era, when it was absorbed into Odeon records made by this company are still prized by collectors for the high technical quality of their recording and.
Place of recording. Issue information, including Fonotipia and Odeon release numbers, but not other reissues. There are more than 8, entries, fairly complete from to and scattered after that, up to (Fonotipia lingered on until ).
Fonotipia Records, or Dischi Fonotipia, was an Italian gramophone record label established in with a charter to record the art of leading opera singers and some other celebrity musicians, chiefly violinists. Fonotipia continued to operate into the electrical recording era, which commenced in –26, by which time the company had been absorbed into Odeon records.
The records. Dischi Fonotipia: Including Supplement () and Addenda (). Voices of the Past, Volume 3. by Bennett, John R. and a great selection of related books, art. It is a near complete listing - over 8, entries - of all Fonotipia recordings (including what is known of the jazz sides recorded in December, ).
Matrix and take information, artists, titles, catalog numbers, recording dates and locations, couplings, corresponding Odeon issues and comments are all noted. recordings for the company in Egypt, Syria and Turkey, and would have thus had some knowledge of Oriental musical styles.
The first recording expedition of late into early across India, produced some matrices. It seems that there may have been a further continuation of this recording expedition in by the. Joe Batten's Book, the Story of Sound Recording. Rockliffe, London, Bayly, Ernie and Michael Kinnear The Zon-o-phone Record.
A discography of recordings produced by the International Zonophone Company and associated companies in Europe and the Americas. Victoria, Bennett, John Reginald Dischi Fonotipia. Vol. 1. Record.The Birth of Italian Industrial Culture, Author: Luca Cottini; Publisher: University of Toronto Press ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» The Art of Objects explores the experimental encounter of arts and industry in Italy at the turn of the 20th century, tracing the origins of the Italian culture of design in the social and aesthetic construction.Great Fonotipia Recordings Import.
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