Why not to have under ARSC webpage?
Btw. Thanks to all! Amazing work and job you did.
This is little bit about our work. In english about czech sound history
GÖSSEL, Gabriel a Filip ŠÍR. *Recorded Sound in Czech Lands
1900-1946.* 1. edition.
Brno: The Moravian Library, 2016. 205 stran. ISBN 978-80-7051-218-0.
st 7. 4. 2021 v 20:59 odesílatel Burgess, Scott <
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> Unless someone else has already volunteered, I would be delighted to host
> this bibliography on an audio history site I’m developing. Estimated
> go-live date is early May, because it’s a project for grad school and I
> have to have it up and running before finals!!
> > On Apr 7, 2021, at 2:03 PM, Mickey Clark <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > Hi Matthew
> > -I have done a study of Charles Adams Prince in the form of a 6 disc set
> - also available as mp3 - It is an overview of various vocalists from the
> era and also Columbia's early symphonic recordings from 1910 - 1918 -
> Mickey Clark
> > Mickey Clark
> > 710 Westminster Avenue West
> > Penticton BC
> > Canada
> > 250-462-7881
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> > http://mcproductions.ca
> > 1-250-462-7881
> > -----Original Message----- From: Faranda, Matthew
> > Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2021 2:11 PM
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: [ARSCLIST] Books about the acoustic era
> > Hey folks,
> > I'm still brand new to the list so apologies if something like this has
> been asked before. I am currently researching American pop music of the
> acoustic era and I've found that in general histories of recorded sound,
> the acoustic era is often treated as a footnote to everything that came
> after it. For those who focus on that period, could you please recommend
> what your indispensable list of books about recording production and
> history during the acoustic era are? (Meaning not straight discogs or
> catalogs, per se.) I'm looking for info more about the production side
> rather than the recording personalities (although there is of course
> overlap in many cases.) I am a classically trained musician with a
> background in music history (albeit medieval studies) so please don't be
> afraid to suggest more technical works. Thanks so much in advance!
> > P.S. If there is anyone with a copy of "Recording the Twenties" by Allan
> Sutton they'd be willing to part with, I really would like to read it but
> can't seem to get my hands on a copy!
> > Kind Regards,
> > Matthew Faranda
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