The Musical Record

MUSICAL RECORD . ESTEY It is reported that Rockefeller , the coal - oil baron ,
and H. ( ) . Havemeyer , the sugar - king , are both enthusiastic admirers of the
violin , and that Carnegie , the iron magnate , " is an ardent lover of music of the ...

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Musical Record and Review

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The Monthly Musical Record

Artillery Company , were in attendance , and played a selection of music in which
the composers of France , Italy , Germany , and England ... The number of the
Musical Record has now reached 18 , in G sharp minor 216 6 , 000 per Month .

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Monthly musical record

George W. Bullen , entitled " The Galin - Paris - Chevé Method of Teaching
considered as a Basis of Musical Education . ... MONTHLY MUSICAL RECORD ,
Fune , 1877 . of R. Schumann , the piano quartett ( Op . 13 ) of Mendelssohn ,
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The Monthly Musical Record

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Includes music.

The Musical Record 1895

About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

Author: Lorin F. Deland

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ISBN: 9780259895107

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Excerpt from The Musical Record, 1895: A Journal of Music, Art, Literature In selecting an estey you are choosing the most popular American Organ. No other instrument has attained such a high record of sales. Yet you pay nothing extra for its name or reputation. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

For the Record

The story follows his career from its beginnings in an entry-level position at a record company to his eventual founding of a record company and production of his own hit records, winning multiple awards in the process.

Author: Don Tolle

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ISBN: 149172837X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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"For the Record is a personal, compelling story of the real world of music." – Forward Clarion Reviews "An eloquent story of a music man who faced and overcame the challenges that life threw at him." – Kirkus Reviews A student of records from my earliest days, I studied them in minute detail on the 45 rpm records that were the industry standard of the day. I was curious about anything and everything. They came in sleeves to protect them from scratches, and pictures of the artist, fan club information, plugs for the album, and various other tidbits of information usually adorned the sleeves. I internalized the music first before absorbing all the information contained on the labels: the artist, songwriters, titles, song lengths, publishing companies, producers, copyright information, and so on. Nothing escaped my attention. I don’t know how I deciphered all of this, but I did to a large degree. My record collection, though small, likely never numbering more than twenty at any given time, was my most prized possession, and I pored over the records endlessly for any scrap of information I might have missed previously. An opportunity to view a friend’s collection was always a cause for celebration, and an hour in a record shop was heaven. I had no particular plan in mind, as I didn’t know enough to have a plan. But I knew I wanted to make music, and thus, the seeds of my future were sown in the fertile fields of my imagination at an early age. With a lifelong love of music dating back to his childhood, author Don Tolle dreamed about achieving fame as a recording artist. But it was in 1973, after a tour in Vietnam, that he finally took the leap, picked up the telephone, and called record companies about his songs. It was a fateful day in his career, one that reverberates even today. In For the Record, Tolle shares his career as a music man, beginning in the record business of the wide-open 1970s, when everything seemed possible. The story follows his career from its beginnings in an entry-level position at a record company to his eventual founding of a record company and production of his own hit records, winning multiple awards in the process. Tolle also shares the story of his precipitous fall from the summit of success. For the Record describes his walk through the long shadows of the valley, where he wandered lost and alone before staging a remarkable comeback that ultimately led to his greatest triumph and the realization of the misplaced, but not forgotten, dream of his youth. Filled with the experiences, memories, revelations, and reflections of an amazing career during the golden age of the music business, this memoir offers an insider’s view of the music world filled with unique personalities.

Musical Review and Record of Musical Science Literature and Intelligence

AND RECORD OF MUSICAL SCIENCE , LITERATURE AND INTELLIGENCE .
VOL . I. ) NEW YORK , MAY 9 , 1838 . ( NO . 1 . ADDRESS . The “ Musical Review
” will embrace in its plan the following subjects :Upon the appearance of a new ...

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Setting the Record Straight

A Material History of Classical Recording Colin Symes. Discus . 1920. “
Gramophone Notes . ” The Musical Times 61 : 40-42 . -.1926 . “ Gramophone
Notes . ” The Musical Times 67 : 143 . Doctor , Jennifer . 1999. The BBC and Ultra
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Author: Colin Symes

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The words surrounding music influence how we listen to it.

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The Musical Woman

New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media . " Bye Bye Butterfly . ” 1750 Arch
Records No. 1765 . Payne , Maggie . “ Lunar Dusk , ” “ Lunar Earthrise . " Lovely
Music Record . Roberts , Megan . New Music for Electronic and Recorded Media
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The Music Industry

How has the music industry been transformed by the economic and technological upheavals of recent years, and how is it likely to change in the future? This is the first major study of the music industry in the new millennium.

Author: Patrik Wikström

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ISBN: 0745673783

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Recording the Classical Guitar

The book also considers the ways in which changing approaches to recording practice have conditioned guitarists’ conceptions of the instrument’s ideal representation in recorded form and situates these in relation to the development of ...

Author: Mark Marrington

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ISBN: 1351371401

Category: Social Science

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Recording the Classical Guitar charts the evolution of classical guitar recording practice from the early twentieth century to the present day, encompassing the careers of many of the instrument’s most influential practitioners from acoustic era to the advent of the CD. A key focus is on the ways in which guitarists’ recorded repertoire programmes have shaped the identity of the instrument, particularly where national allegiances and musical aesthetics are concerned. The book also considers the ways in which changing approaches to recording practice have conditioned guitarists’ conceptions of the instrument’s ideal representation in recorded form and situates these in relation to the development of classical music recording aesthetics more generally. An important addition to the growing body of literature in the field of phonomusicology, the book will be of interest to guitarists and producers as well as students of record production and historians of classical music recording.

The Music Business and Recording Industry

The book provides a sound foundation for understanding key issues, while presenting the latest research in the field.

Author: Geoffrey P Hull

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136911111

Category: Music

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The Music Business and Recording Industry is a comprehensive music business textbook focused on the three income streams in the music industry: music publishing, live entertainment, and recordings. The book provides a sound foundation for understanding key issues, while presenting the latest research in the field. It covers the changes in the industry brought about by the digital age, such as changing methods of distributing and accessing music and new approaches in marketing with the Internet and mobile applications. New developments in copyright law are also examined, along with the global and regional differences in the music business.

The Music Yearbook

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Record of the Musical Union

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