gramophone


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Synonyms for gramophone

an antique record player

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Tamami, who teaches at Lond-on's Royal Academy of Music, was nominated in the Chamber Music Category in the Gramophone Awards last year.
Traditionally the Gramophone Awards, or Grammies, as they are known, have covered 13 categories, but all that has changed to focus on just one award.
The Gramophone Awards are sponsored by Gramophone magazine, a leading classical music magazine.
Dr Handley, who has twice been outright winner of the Gramophone Record of the Year, is conductor emeritus of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and associate conductor of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Four cars were provided along with books, magazines and papers plus a piano and gramophones.
Shoppers were entertained by Gramophone DJs with their vintage gramophones and anyone feeling peckish was able to try a range of delicious sweet and savoury treats available at Alice's Kitchen.
The first gramophone was created by Emile Berliner way back in 1887.
You can relive this experience by walking into the New Gramophone House near Old Delhi's Lajpat Rai market.
1924: The first gramophone to change records automatically went on sale.
The gramophone was invented in 1888 by Emile Berliner, a German American, and first appeared on the market as a toy.
Gramophone Magazine listed it third in the world in 2008.
26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today we launch the Gramovox(TM) Bluetooth Gramophone on Kickstarter.
Even though Knizak was not the first to use a gramophone as a musical instrument--in some of his compositions, John Cage requires playing test pressings with pre-recorded frequencies; Pierre Schaeffer, in the initial phases of discovering musique concrete, instead of recording sounds on magnetic tapes etched closed grooves on to gramophone records--he can be deemed the father of turntablism, a "different" way of phonograph playing.
OPERA superstar Bryn Terfel has been named to the Gramophone Hall of Fame.
The stereo gramophone is ideal for your 33s, 45s or 78s and there is also an AM/FM radio, a CD player and a cassette deck.