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Re: What was the first recording of a Beethoven work?

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The Stanford Piano Roll project may be able to help with this.
http://library.stanford.edu/blogs/stanford-libraries-blog/2015/11/piano-roll-scanner-project-prsp

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On 4/25/2018 2:13 PM, Frank Forman wrote:
> Does anyone have a piano roll listing? Schnabel punched 051n2 (Rondo 
> in G)
> on Ampico 60613, in 1922, making it the first, since Kempff's disc 
> recording, P.66040 mx1721as, 1722� as, came in 1924. 

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