Noun(1) an antique record player; the sound of the vibrating needle is amplified acoustically
(1) The only medium to listen to the then alternative music was a record player or gramophone .(2) The man disappeared among the trees, returning after about 20 minutes with a portable gramophone and records.(3) His first recordings, made a hundred years ago this month, on April 11 th, 1902, would kick-start the birth of the gramophone as a medium for what we now take for granted - the serious recording.(4) Before the invention of the gramophone and flat-disc records in the late 1890s music and songs were recorded on wax cylinders and played on machines called phonographs, invented by Thomas Edison.(5) In these early days, the gramophone was considered to be little more than a toy, and the ├ö├ç├┐great artists├ö├ç├û of the time did not want to condescend to its perceived level to make recordings.(6) Before the gramophone and the LP, before there were CDs and MTV, songwriters were forced to travel in order to share in the musical influences and advancements of their peers.(7) There was a gramophone at home and recordings of opera.(8) We all went and gathered round the gramophone , and when we were settled the record was put on.(9) I have several hundred of these old LPs, but my gramophone is getting a bit past it.(10) I would venture to add that these classics of the gramophone have come out sounding extremely beautiful with singing top registers and remarkable sound stage for the early 50's.(11) The first gramophone to change records automatically went on sale.(12) The museum's collection illustrates the history of recorded sound prior to the popular use of the gramophone and radio.(13) His fascination both with music and collecting albums began when he played his grandmother's collection of 78 rmp records on a wind-up gramophone .(14) From around 1900 until the 1950s, the needles on pre-electric gramophones required changing after every record, to preserve sound quality.(15) Exhibits will include film and audio clips, scripts, designs, posters, diaries, costume, radios and gramophones and 78 rpm records,(16) Vinyl recordings and gramophones were sent back from America before they became readily available in Ireland and in this way he acquired a large repertoire of tunes often several in the same week.
(1) gramophone :: gramoffon
1. record-player ::
2. gramophone ::
3. phonograph ::
4. talking machine ::
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Different Formsgramophone, gramophones
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