Gaisberg worked for G&T, not Victor.
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] [ARSCLIST] Corrected Re: [ARSCLIST] Books about the acoustic era
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On 4/6/2021 6:55 PM, Paul Stamler wrote, with several typos creeping in (they're corrected in this copy):
> Hi Matthew:
> Once you've read "Recording the Twenties", see if you can find a copy
> of Sutton's "A Phonograph in Every home" and his recent work on Race
> Records. You might also look up Frederick Gaisberg's "The Music Goes
> Round"; he was an A & R rep for Victor in the early 1900s. You should
> probably take what he writes with several grains of salt, but it's
> still invaluable. You might also check out the memoirs of Harry &
> Raymond Sooy:
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