Recordings

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Urbie Green - Professional Career
... to New York City, quickly establishing himself as the premier trombonist in the booming recording industry and in 1954 he was voted the "New Star" trombonist in the International Critics Poll ... Dorsey, and Jack Jenney with an agility that was not shown by these previous trombonists in their recordings ... "Most Valuable Player" several times by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences ...
Fred Gaisberg - Biography - The Gramophone Company and HMV
... Gaisberg, by then working as a piano accompanist and recording supervisor for Emile Berliner, left New York for London to join the Gramophone Company as its first ... He landed in Liverpool with recording outfit, a $25 bicycle and introductions and instructions from Berliner ... Among his first recordings in London were several made by Syria Lamonte, an Australian singer working at Rules Restaurant in Maiden Lane ...
Nelson Eddy - Career - Recordings
... Eddy made more than 290 recordings between 1935 and 1964, singing songs from his films, plus opera, folk songs, popular songs, Gilbert and Sullivan, and traditional arias from his ... Eddy's recordings drew rave reviews during the 1930s and 1940s, but it is a special tribute to his vocal technique that he continued to rate them into ... Proof is his newest recording on the Everest label, ‘Of Girls I Sing’ ...
International Standard Recording Code
... The International Standard Recording Code (ISRC), defined by ISO 3901, is an international standard code for uniquely identifying sound recordings and music video recordings ... Note that an ISRC code identifies a particular recording, not the work itself ... Therefore, different recordings, edits, and remixes of the same work will each have their own ISRC code ...
Nessun Dorma - Recordings
... most famous interpreters of Calaf appear on the following compilation recordings ... For full-length recordings of the opera, see Turandot discography.) The Very Best of Beniamino Gigli (EMI Classics) The Very Best of Jussi Björling (EMI Classics) Richard Tucker in ...

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    All radio is dead. Which means that these tape recordings I’m making are for the sake of future history. If any.
    Barré Lyndon (1896–1972)