I have sent you under separate cover an MP3 of the clip I have by Erna
Sack which I have identified as a demo recording of AC BIAS on a
Magnetophon in Berlin on May 12, 1941.
I'm not certain it's the same thing, but there is a huge contrast
between the 1935 DC Bias Beecham/London Philharmonic recording and the
Sack one from 1941.
The 1935 Marconi-Stille recording of "Painting the Clouds with Sunshine"
sounded better than the DC bias Beecham recording in many ways.
On 2021-04-08 3:42 p.m., Mickey Clark wrote:
> Hello-I have a copy of what I believe to be the first taped master -in
> 1935 by Erna Sack-Voices of Spring and It's lilac time In Sieverling
> Telefunken E1774. I've sent a looped track of the high note she sings at
> the end to an oil fracking company but they claimed it caused too many
> earthquakes-Mickey Clark
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