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The Gramophone

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ISBN : UCSD:31822037230737
Genre : Audio equipment industry
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Category: Audio equipment industry

The Gramophone Company S First Indian Recordings 1899 1908

Author : Michael S. Kinnear
ISBN : 8171547281
Genre : East Indians
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This Painstakingly Researched, Unique Volume, A Definitive Discography Of Indian Music, Is A Tribute Not Only To Indian Music, But Also To An Institution Whose Contribution To Indian Music Has Been Monumental -The Gramophone Company. Without Dustjacket In Good Condition.
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The Gramophone In Education

Author : William Ward Johnson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105042285481
Genre : Languages, Modern
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The Gramophone Handbook

Author : Percy Wilson
ISBN : UOM:39015017575864
Genre : Magnetic recorders and recording
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The Gramophone And The Voice

Author : J. B. Steane
ISBN : STANFORD:36105128305682
Genre : Sound recordings
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The Glyph And The Gramophone

Author : Luke Ferretter
ISBN : 9781441124357
Genre : Literary Criticism
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D. H. Lawrence wrote in 1914, 'Primarily I am a passionately religious man, and my novels must be written from the depths of my religious experience.' Although he had broken with the Congregationalist faith of his childhood by his early twenties, Lawrence remained throughout his writing life a passionately religious man. There have been studies in the last twenty years of certain aspects of Lawrence's religious writing, but we lack a survey of the history of his developing religious thought and of his expressions of that thought in his literary works. This book provides that survey, from 1915 to the end of Lawrence's life. Covering the war years, Lawrence's American works, his time in Australia and Mexico, and the works of the last years of his life, this book provides readers with a complete analysis, during this period, of Lawrence as a religious man, thinker and artist.
Category: Literary Criticism

How The Soldier Repairs The Gramophone

Author : Sasa Stanisic
ISBN : 1555848796
Genre : Fiction
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“A brilliant debut novel” about a young Bosnian War refugee who finds the secret to survival in language and stories (Los Angeles Times). For Aleksandar Krsmanović, Grandpa Slavko’s stories endow life in Višegrad with a kaleidoscopic brilliance. Neighbors, friends, and family past and present take on a mythic quality; the River Drina courses through town like the pulse of life itself. So when his grandfather dies suddenly, Aleksandar promises to carry on the tradition. But then soldiers invade Višegrad—a town previously unconscious of racial and religious divides—and it’s no longer important that Aleksandar is the best magician in the nonaligned states; suddenly it is important to have the right last name and to convince the soldiers that Asija, the Muslim girl who turns up in his apartment building, is his sister. Alive with the magic of childhood, the surreality of war and exile, and the power of language, every page of this glittering novel thrums with the joy of storytelling. “Wildly inventive.” —San Francisco Chronicle “Poignant and hauntingly beautiful.” —The Village Voice “A funny, heartbreaking, beautifully written novel.” —The Seattle Times
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Gramophone

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ISBN : UVA:X030051471
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Catalog Of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105113736701
Genre : Copyright
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Opera In The Jazz Age

Author : Alexandra Wilson
ISBN : 9780190912666
Genre : History
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Jazz, the Charleston, nightclubs, cocktails, cinema, and musical theatre: 1920s British nightlife was vibrant and exhilarating. But where did opera fit into this fashionable new entertainment world? Opera in the Jazz Age: Cultural Politics in 1920s Britain explores the interaction between opera and popular culture at a key historical moment when there was a growing imperative to categorize art forms as "highbrow," "middlebrow," or "lowbrow." Literary studies of the so-called "battle of the brows" have been numerous, but this is the first book to consider the place of opera in interwar debates about high and low culture. This study by Alexandra Wilson argues that opera was extremely difficult to pigeonhole: although some contemporary commentators believed it to be too highbrow, others thought it not highbrow enough. Opera in the Jazz Age paints a lively and engaging picture of 1920s operatic culture, and introduces a charismatic cast of early twentieth-century critics, conductors, and celebrity singers. Opera was performed during this period to socially mixed audiences in a variety of spaces beyond the conventional opera house: music halls, cinemas, cafés and schools. Performance and production standards were not always high - often quite the reverse - but opera-going was evidently great fun. Office boys whistled operatic tunes they had heard on the gramophone and there was a genuine sense that opera was for everyone. In this provocative and timely study, Wilson considers how the opera debate of the 1920s continues to shape the ways in which we discuss the art form, and draws connections between the battle of the brows and present-day discussions about elitism. The book makes a major contribution to our understanding of the cultural politics of twentieth-century Britain and is essential reading for anybody interested in the history of opera, the battle of the brows, or simply the perennially fascinating decade that was the 1920s.
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Public Opinion

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105020060997
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National Magazine

Author : Arthur Wellington Brayley
ISBN : UOM:39015026480411
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Recreation

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ISBN : HARVARD:32044106226319
Genre : Sports
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