4 edition of talking machine found in the catalog.
James N. Weber
Includes bibliographical references (p. [148-149]).
|Statement||by James N. Weber ; edited by Eric Skelton.|
|LC Classifications||HF6161.P33 W43 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 147,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||2001537710|
About this Item: Victor Talking Machine Co. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text.
Making a Rose Garden
Revisionists respond to Ravitch
Women in Southern Africa
Physiological Origins of Heart Sounds
The shouting signpainters
third annual convention of the Business College Teachers and Penmens Association of the United States
Copyright title pages of the United States.
The discovery of talent
False spring [for] SSA unacc.
The Bell-ringer of Angels
Death of a con-man.
Caught in the Act
Half the book is a talking machine reference (pictures, short descriptions) but mostly very early products (cylinder disks versus records). Price summary of values is broad, but needs to be in a book/5(44). This book is the size of a coffee table book, but you can actually read it and learn something.
It is difficult to find a good history of the phonograph, especially the business history of how it developed. This book fills the bill. It also features a large number of clear photographs so you will know what the author is talking about.5/5(5).
Reiss' book focuses solely on vintage phonograph maintenance and restoration - none of the later electric models are mentioned, only the earlier, strictly acoustic machines are featured.
Makes and models of all sorts are covered, and instructions are provided (with visual aids - hooray) for mechanical work spanning from the most basic fix-up to complete full review.
Talking about Machines: An Ethnography of a Modern Job and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle. Learn more Talking about Machines: An Ethnography of a Modern Job (Collection on Technology and Work) 1st Edition/5(9).
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In his book, The Fabulous Columbia, and Edison were expiring. Many companies advertised in the phonograph trade journal, The Talking Machine World (TMW). Below is a listing of the “off brand” phonographs from the to era.
Not including major companies—Aeolian-Vocalion, Brunswick, Columbia, Edison, Pathé, Sonora, and Victor. National Library Service (NLS) is a free braille and talking book library service for people with temporary or permanent low vision, blindness, or a physical disability that prevents them from reading or holding the printed page.
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Mon pm. oliver Music. Discussions on Records, Recording, & Artists. NLS Digital Talking-Book Player Learn about the free playback equipment offered to registered users.
NLS-compatible digital talking-book players (for purchase) Learn where to purchase equipment compatible with the NLS cartridges. Playback equipment and accessories are supplied to eligible persons on extended loan. Welcome to the section of our site devoted to scanners and readers for those with low vision or the blind.
This section features Braille Displays, Simon Stand Alone Reading Machine, Portset Reader, Libra Reading Machine, PC Based Readers, Scan-A-Can for Windows Deluxe, Visability (Low Vision Scan and.
NLS patrons who have registered for BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download service) may download digital talking books. These books can be transferred to any USB cartridge and played in the NLS Digital Talking-Book Machine (DTBM) using the side port, or, if patrons wish, they can purchase NLS-style cartridges and extension cables from commercial sources.
The edition of the Victrola Book of the Opera describes more than operas, and is reproduced here as an interactive digital facsimile. It includes plot synopses and lists of recordings the Victor Talking Machine Company offered in Victor Data Book By Robert Baumbach This companion to “Look for the Dog” and is a great addition to any phonograph library.
Within the book’s large format pages are details on each model of the Victor Talking Machine Company. These details were compiled from numerous sources, including original Victor records long thought to have been.
The Compleat Talking Machine has served as the definitive repair and restoration manual for antique phonographs for nearly 20 years/5. The digital talking book machine (DTBM) weighs only around two pounds. The body of the player is dark to create maximum visual contrast between the case and the colors of the controls.
(For more information about the digital player, see the NLS page Digital Audiobook Players.) The machine is powered by a rechargeable battery. Shellac record player. The first talking books were sent out alongside machines like this one on November 7, Popular music wouldn’t find its way onto records for more than a decade, but early talking books including Agatha Christie’s ‘The Murder of.
The Victrola Book of the Opera () The Victrola book of the opera: stories of one hundred operas with five-hundred illustrations and descriptions of one-thousand Victor opera records, by Victor Talking Machine Company and Samuel Holland Rous; ; Camden, N.J.: Victor Talking Machine Co.
the talking machine, an illustrated compendium, – (revised and expanded). by timothy c. fabrizio and george f. paul. autographed. a “master” index combining the first seven fabrizio/paul books for fast referencing.
plus a free bonus 17 track cd of rare recordings. hardcover, nearly full color photographs, pages, eight chapters take a capsule trip through the history. There are two models of the digital-talking book player, the Standard Model (DS1) and the Advanced Model (DA1).
Features Common to Both Models The Rewind, Play/Stop, and Fast Forward controls are centered and located close to the front edge of the player. Excerpt from The Talking Machine World, Vol. For the Makers and Sellers of Talking Machines; J A representative of The World who recently went out into the territory surrounding the metropolitan district for the specific purpose of finding out what the dealers are doing to stimulate business discovered some surprising s: 0.
Talking books from the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) are the audio books most familiar to the blind.
They have been around the longest, for one thing (for 77 years compared with just 10 or 15 years for commercial audio books), and they're free.
The Victor Talking Machine Company was an American record company and phonograph manufacturer headquartered in Camden, New Jersey. The company was founded by engineer Eldridge R.
Johnson, who had previously made gramophones to play Emile Berliner's disc records. After a series of legal wranglings between Berliner, Johnson and their former business partners, the two joined to form the Founder: Eldridge R.
Johnson. In the s, Benjamin Aldridge, a long-time Victor and RCA employee, wrote a history of the Victor Talking Machine Company.
This book was published in very limited numbers and distribution was limited to RCA employees. In the s I was able to copy an original copy in the the RCA archives in Indianapolis. Read B.L. Aldridge's book here. The Incredible Talking Machine.
By Randall Stross. In the end, they named it the phonograph. But it might have been called the omphlegraph, meaning "voice writer." Or the antiphone (back talker).
Or the didasko phone (portable teacher). These are some of the names someone wrote in a logbook in Thomas Edison's laboratory inafter Edison. Antique talking machines are among today's hottest collectibles. Names like "Edison" and "Victrola" call to mind an era of polished wood, brightly-painted morning glory horns, and fascinating machinery.
This revised and expanded second edition of The Talking Machine contains over color photographs showing an incredible variety models, and including over 30 never before published photos. With phonograph illustrations, company history and company facts, you won't find a more informative book on the Victor Talking Machine Company.
This book provides a detailed description of each Victor phonograph while under the direction of it's founder, Eldridge Johnson. NLS digital talking-book players are distributed free of charge to eligible NLS patrons. Eligible patrons may obtain their free NLS digital talking-book player, by contacting the NLS network library closest to where they live.
To locate your NLS library, visit “ Find Your Library ” and select your state. Playback equipment and accessories. The period pictures in the book are worth looking at even if you don't care to read the entire book.
There is so much in this book to interest the Talking Machine forum readers that I hope you all take the time to read it and Mr. Wakeman's other excellent books. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My libraryMissing: talking machine. BERLINER GRAMOPHONE BOOK. A must for every collector of early phonographs. Written by Mark Caruana-Dingli. 71 pages, richly illustrated, with extensive information on history, models, accessories, Rating: % positive.
Another positive review here. I am literally just starting out in the world of Phonographs, Graphophones and all manner of Talking Machines. George and Tim's books have been an indispensable tool in my education of this fascinating world.
I currently have three; The Talking Machine Compendium, (Revised, Expanded Second Edition), Discovering Antique Phonographs and A World of Antique. Talking Machine West brings together for the first time the variety of cowboy, cowgirl, and Indian music recorded and sold for mass consumption between and In the book’s introductory chapters, Michael A.
Amundson explains how this music reflected the nostalgic passing of the Indian and the frontier while incorporating modern. "Talking machine" was the comprehensive generic term, but from about on, the general public was increasingly applying the word "phonograph" indiscriminately to both cylinder and disc machines and to the records they played.
For years "The Compleat Talking Machine" has served as the definitive reference for the repair and restoration of antique phonographs; a must for any collector's library.
The newly revised and updated 5th Edition contains the same careful analysis of the construction of spring motors, turntables, reproducers, cabinets and their associated parts. All the playback equipment and accessories have been designed for easy operation by disabled readers. All playback equipment is loaned to you free of charge for as long as you are actively borrowing books.
Advanced machine has thirteen controls, including bookmarking features; Contact the Braille and Talking Book Library to request more.
For over 25 years, the Compleat Talking Machine has served as the definitive repair and restoration manual for antique phonographs. The updated 5th edition delivers practical step-by-step solutions to repair problems, plus includes an identification section with pictures and descriptions of over early machines, and a comprehensive guide to current market values/5(17).
This is a page-by page copy of the original VV-XI owner's manual, which may give users some insight into the operation and basic maintenance of Victrolas. This is the summary of The Compleat Talking Machine by Eric L.
Reiss. The Compleat Talking Machine: A Collector's Guide to Antique Phonographs. Eric L. Reiss. Sonoran Publishing, Best price and shipping that I could find. Great book very informative and a must have for collectors and hobbyists Read full review. Selected pages. Page xvi. Page 4. Page xii.
Page 5. Page 2. Contents. Mechanics. 1: Repairing the 5/5(1).Guatemalan frogs are apparently a quarrelsome lot. At any rate, it takes several pages of family bickering (about spitting and noisemaking and new-fangled things) and reminiscing (of the Reed Grass fair and the nanny frog who died singing) before little Ranita has a chance to reveal the talking machine she bought at the market — not a tape recorder at all, but a splendid parrot.For over 25 years, the Compleat Talking Machine has served as the definitive repair and restoration manual for antique phonographs.
TheÂ updated 5th edition delivers practical step-by-step solutions to repair problems, plus includes an identification section with pictures and descriptions of over