Table of Contents
Advergraphs - Phonograph Slogans and Advertising Phrases
An Age of Wonders - Wonders, Wizards and Alladin's Lamp
Ernestine Schumann-Heink - Recording Artist and Willa Cather Opera Prototype
Geraldine Farrar - Recording Artist and Willa Cather Opera Prototype
Lillian Nordica - Recording Artist and Willa Cather Opera Prototype
Lucrezia Bori - Recording Artist and Willa Cather Opera Prototype
Mary Garden - Recording Artist and Willa Cather Opera Prototype
Olive Fremstad - Recording Artist and Willa Cather Opera Prototype
Double Service from Edison's Phonograph - Amusement and Language Study
The Phonograph - Massani's 'Old Couple'
Victor Talking Machine Co. Ads - External Link
Autostops - "Don't get up"
Edison: From the Telephone and Telegraph Comes the Phongraph - An AMERICAN EXPERIENCE PBS video
Edison: Invention in Late 19th-Century America - An AMERICAN EXPERIENCE PBS video
Hello or Ahoy? - "Halloo!" "Hello" and Edison
"Like a Broken Record"- Sounds Like, Plays Like...
Newspapers named The Phonograph in honor of T.A. Edison
How many '-ola' Brands are there?
How many 'Phone' & 'Graph' Brands are there?
Phonograph Museums, Exhibits and On-Line Collections
The Charles H. Templeton Sr. Music Museum, Mississippi State University Library, MS
Charmsori Gramophone Museum and Edison Science Museum, Gangneung, South Korea
Deutsches Phonomuseum, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Edison Ford Museum, Fort Meyers, Florida
Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory, the Henry Ford, Greenfield Village, Michigan
Edison Museum, Beaumont, TX
Edison Phonograph Museum, Mount Pleasant, TX
Grammophonicum Museum, Bregenz, Austria
The Grammy's Museum, Los Angeles, CA
Johnson Victrola Museum, Dover, New Jersey
Kanazawa Phonograph Museum Kanazawa, Ishikawa Japan
MAMI, Museum of Automated Musical Instruments, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyogo-ken 662-0088, Japan
Museum Collection, Moscow, Russia
Museum of Sound Discovery, Saint-Fargeau, France
The Music House Museum, Traverse City, Michigan
National Museum of African American Music, Nashville, TN
Norwegian Museum of Science, Technology and Medicine, Norsk Teknisk Museum, Oslo
Paris Phono Museum, Paris, France
Pioneer Village, Minden, Nebraska
The Riverdale Science Museum, Riverdale, USA
The Sanfilippo "Place de la Musique", Barrington, IL
The Stagecoach Inn Museum, Newbury Park, CA
Thomas Edison Butchertown House, Louisville, KY
PhonoExhibits - Phonograph Exhibits (Temporary or non-Museum)
Phono-Sightings - Phonographs in non-phonograph specific displays (random sightings WIP)
The Phonograph and its Future 1878 - Edison's Probabilities
Tut-mania and the Phonograph - King Tut and the Phonograph circa 1923
The Promotion of Opera in The Immortal Voice, Bray Studios 1923
The 150 Greatest Albums Made By Women - NPR List 2017 - Turning the Tables
Comedy on Records - Comedy recordings from cylinder to vinyl
Cut Yourself a Piece of Cake - 1923 Comedy Song Hit
NASA Beams Song "Across The Universe" Into Deep Space
Video Game Soundtracks on Vinyl
Vinyl Record Resurgence Factola - 2019
What do Rally Playlists Say About the Candidates?
What Tree Rings Sound Like Played on a Record Player
Friends of the Phonograph Menu
PhonoLithos - Lithographics for Toy Phonographs
Edison: Boyhood and Teen Years (PBS AMERICAN EXPERIENCE video)
Memories of the Phonograph by Friends of the Phonograph
FOTP Happy Birthday Song - Play this on the Anniversary of your Birth
PhonoAvenue - Phonograph Museums from around the world
PhonoExhibits - Non-PhonoAvenue Museums, Exhibits and Displays
Phono-Sightings - Phonographs on display as part of another display (e.g., 1920's Period Room)
Other Phonograph Related Resources for Remembering the Phonograph
A Christmas Carol - A Magic Lantern Presentation using Newton & Co. Slides (1884) of Charles Dicken's story accompanied by “The Carol Singers” performing "God rest you, merry gentlemen" on Edison Blue Amberol Record No. 3346 (1917)
A Christmas Carol - A dramatized presentation featuring illustrations from print editions (1844–1915) and the recording of “The Awakening of Scrooge” on Edison Amberol Record No. 12378 (1911) performed by Bransby Williams as Ebenezer Scrooge who awakens on Christmas Day.
Adventures of a Cyclist - A Magic Lantern Presentation accompanied by The Edison Concert Band playing Ye Ancients March, Edison Gold Moulded Record No. 8946 (1905)
Adventures of Mr. Snapshot - A Magic Lantern Presentation accompanied by The Edison Military Band performing American Students’ Waltzes, Edison Record No. 8740 (1904)
America - A Magic Lantern Presentation with artwork by Joseph Boggs Beale and accompanied by The Indestructible Military Band performing The Star Spangled Banner and America, Indestructible Record No. 3943 (1908)
Annie's Treat - A Magic Lantern Presentation accompanied by an 1896 Regina music box playing The Nightingale Song.
Are Mr. and Mrs. Snapshot at Home? - A Magic Lantern Presentation accompanied by brown wax cylinder recording of Nanon Waltz, circa 1891-1893.
Break the News to Mother - A Magic Lantern Presentation accompanied by J.W. Myers singing Break the News to Mother, Columbia Records.
The Cyclists' Elopement - A Magic Lantern Presentation illustrated by Bamforth & Co., (1897) accompanied by Peaceful Henry played by The Edison Concert Band, Edison Gold Moulded Record No. 8562 (1903)
Peaceful Henry - Edison Record No. 8562 Release Notes:The Edison Phonograph Monthly 1903; Sheet Music, Dealer Programme
Edison: From the Telephone and Telegraph Comes the Phonograph (An AMERICAN EXPERIENCE PBS video)
Edison: Invention in Late 19th-Century America (An AMERICAN EXPERIENCE PBS video)
Happy Birthday Song for Friends of the Phonograph - a.k.a. Your Birth Anniversary Song
Happy New Year - Auld Lang Syne - Phonograph ephemera accompanied by Auld Lang Syne performed by the Mediaval Baebes, 2014
Killarney - A Magic Lantern Presentation accompanied by Miss Marie Narelle singing Killarney, Edison Gold Moulded Record No. 9081 (1905).
Killarney No. 9081 - The Edison Phonograph Monthly Release Notes, Humourous Incident and Miss Marie Narelle
Nursery Rhymes - A Magic Lantern Presentation Illustrated by W. Butcher & Sons, London (ca. 1910) accompanied by Thousand-and-One Nights Waltz played by the Edison Concert Band (1908)
The Phonograph - An American Experience PBS video - This excerpt from PBS's 2015 “Edison” focuses on Edison's December 7, 1877 demonstration of his phonograph at the New York City offices of “Scientific American” and the fame it brought him.
Ring Out the Bells for Christmas - Phonograph ephemera accompanied by Ring Out the Bells for Christmas, Edison Record No. 9806 (1907)
The Song of Mr. Phonograph - 2016 Version by ©Nick Jester and ©2020 Phonographia
Snowball Fight in Lyon, France 1897 - A Lumière brothers film accompanied by Snow Queen performed by the Indestructible Military Band (1909)
Uncle Josh and the Lightning Rod Agent - Uncle Josh's encounter with a Lightning Rod Agent from his 1905 book Uncle Josh's Punkin Centre Stories by Cal Stewart, "The Talking Machine Story Teller.
Uncle Josh on a Bicycle - Uncle Josh's rides a bicycle for the first time from his 1905 book Uncle Josh's Punkin Centre Stories by Cal Stewart, "The Talking Machine Story Teller."
W.K.L. Dickson Greets Friends of the Phonograph - William Dickson moving hat from one hand to another, Edison Studio, May 1891 Courtesy Library of Congress accompanied by Edison Record "Blue Ribbon March"
W.K.L. Dickson's Kinetophonographic Movie - combined sound and film in 1895 (Courtesy Library of Congress)
Workers Exit the Lumière Factory in Lyon, France 1895 - A Lumière brothers film accompanied by Everybody Works But Father sung by Bob Roberts (1905)
The Phonogram, August 1902
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