Liszt's pupil Bernhard Stavenhagen made only one Pathé vertical 14" record.
The only known copy of the disc has been reshaped into an upward fashion,
roughly into the shape of a
tulip blossom, and used as the base for a lamp. I would love to know where
the lamp is, if anything to see if it is playable on an archeophone.
David N. "Uncle Dave" Lewis
On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 11:44 AM, Birgit Lotz Verlag <
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> For more inspiration I can recommend:
> Ursula Block & Michael Glasmeier: Broken Music - Artists' Recordworks
> (daadgalerie Berlin - Gemeentemuseum Den Haag - Magasin Grenoble: 1989)
> ISBN 3-89357-013-6
> Trevor Schoonmaker (d.): The Record - Contemporary Art and Vinyl (Nasher
> Museum of Art at Duke University: 2010) ISBN 0-938989-33-2
> CEC jef chippewa schrieb:
> Weeeeeell, it all depends on how you play/use them, now doesn't it? :-)
>> http://dualplover.com/**vinylrally <http://dualplover.com/vinylrally>
>> Stay tuned for the next issue of eContact!, dedicated to Turntablism.
>> I think we've all seen clocks made out of old 78s; fortunately most of
>>> them can have their clock mechanisms removed and be recycled back to being
>>> a functioning record - however there are some with numbers glued to the
>>> surface so their playing days are over, at least on one side.
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