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Roger,

Thanks for the info & links to the machines listed on eBay. As to
"There are at least two..." do you mean two machines, two Volume 2s or
two Volume 1 sets? I'm confused.

Uncle Dave

On 8/20/13, Roger Kulp <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> There are at least two on ebay right now. Roger > Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2013
> 19:10:09 -0400> From: [log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Laura
> Boulton> To: [log in to unmask]> > Thanks Dr. B. I have never seen
> mention of a Vol. 2 let alone an> actual set. Sales on Volume 1 were not
> exactly stellar judging from> what's around of the sets, so perhaps RCA
> planned, but passed on, a> second volume.> > UD> > > On 8/20/13, Michael
> Biel <[log in to unmask]> wrote:> > I thought there was a volume 2, but
> actually P-49 is Indian Music of the> > Southwest, Vol 1.  Disc numbers were
> 90-95, whereas your set, P-10, has> > discs numbered 84-89. Nothing
> inbetween. And I can't find either in the> > oversized 1943 wartime catalog.
> Now I'm trying to remember which set I> > have downstairs -- I thought I had
> a Vol 2.> >> > Mike Biel  [log in to unmask]> >> > -------- Original Message
> --------> > From: David Lewis <[log in to unmask]>> >> >> > I will be playing
> the Cincinnati Public Library's pristine copy of the> > 1939 RCA Victor set
> "African Music: Rhythm of the Jungle Vol. 1"> > tomorrow at 7pm at the Main
> Library, as per the announcement below:> >> > In the 1930s ethnomusicologist
> Laura C. Boulton accompanied an> > expedition into Africa led by the Field
> Museum in Chicago. She brought> > with her recording equipment, with which
> she documented what she> > heard--beautiful, polyrhythmic songs performed by
> the indigenous> > peoples of (then) French and British West Africa.> >> >
> Joined by musicologist David Neal Lewis, we'll listen to these and> > other
> ethnographic recordings, some of them from their original 78rpm> > records.>
>>> > The program will be held in the Popular Library Lounge, behind the> >
> fiction books, on the first floor of the South Building (800 Vine).> >>
>>>>>> > Of course I am aware that Professor Boulton did other field> >
> expeditions in the 1930s where she made recordings. What I'd like to> > know
> is if there was ever a Volume 2 to this 78 set? Also, the (poor)> > Folkways
> LP version of this same release is about a half-step off in> > pitch.> >> >
> David N. Lewis> > Cincinnati, OH> >