Links to more historical digital tracks and information
Within Library of Congress:
Other associated websites:
- Elk's reunion march
- Le parlate d'amor
- El teléfono a larga distancia
- At the jazz musical organization ball
- Everyone's jazzin' it
- Finish off your difficulties in your old kit case and smile, laugh, look!
1919 Victrola Book of the Opera
Tales associated with the operas with illustrations and descriptions of Victor opera records.
The nationwide Jukebox debuts featuring over 10, 000 78rpm disc edges issued because of the Victor Talking Machine business between 1900 and 1925.
Imagine your pc as a Gramophone purchased for friends and family to savor in your house parlor. Audition preferred recorded choices for the beginning of the twentieth century years—band songs, novelty tunes, entertaining monologues, hits from period's brand-new music theater productions, the newest dance rhythms, and opera arias.
The success of the Victor Talking Machine business is usually attributed to its aggressive and extensive print advertising campaigns. Its trademark, Nipper the dog listening to "His Master's Voice, " was one of the most recognizable of the twentieth century.
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Just around the corner towards Nationwide Jukebox
- a lot more of the first Victor disks (1900-1903) from National Jukebox lovers David Giovannoni and Mark Lynch, including some extremely uncommon fourteen-inch discs.
- more choices from the 1919 edition of this Victor Book regarding the Opera
- thousands more Victor 78s from choices of the University of Ca, Santa Barbara.
New recordings tend to be added to the Jukebox periodically. Later this year, we will begin digitizing tracks from extra record labels, including Columbia and Okeh, and selected master recordings through the Library of Congress Universal wedding ring range.