Wolff's Schubert album was recorded and released c1938 by U. S. Columbia.
The singer should not be confused with harpsichordist Ernst Victor Wolff,
who recorded around the same time for various U. S. independent labels.
On Tue, Aug 18, 2020 at 4:37 PM Gary A. Galo <
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> No way they're electric if he died in 1913. What is the contents, and what
> label are they on?
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> Columbia Set # 268
> Dear friends,
> Recently I've acquired 2 volumes of 78 rpm discs of Erich J. Wolff singing
> and accompanying himself on piano. Wolff died March 20th 1913. How is it
> the recordings are the way they are? I mean, they are as good as
> contemporary mid century ones. Wouldn't they be acoustic? They appear to
> sound electric.
> Guy Walker
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