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Synonyms for phonograph

machine in which rotating records cause a stylus to vibrate and the vibrations are amplified acoustically or electronically

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"We have already started work to develop a high-quality model music curriculum, which the British Phonographic Industry welcomes.
A three-day programme at the sixteenth National Conference of Music Librarians, entitled "Musical Treasures of Libraries--Provenance, Problems, Promotion" and the seventh National Conference of Sound Libraries, entitled "Archiving--Rescue for Phonographic Monuments" was rich in presentations, discussions, and interactive dialogues.
The previous Garage team, John Milsom, Kevin Odger and Tracey Odger were banned from playing recorded music until they brought their Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL) licence up to date.
Hello, the fastestselling song of the year and holder of the UK's one-week streaming record, was awarded the status by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) after gaining more than 600,000 sales in the three weeks since its release.
Hochman presents readers with an innovative model for the consideration of race and media in the context of late nineteenth and early twentieth century attempts to preserve the cultures of vanishing aboriginal tribes through film, photographs, and phonographic recordings.
Contract notice: Fourniture delivery and import compact discs, excluding phonograms distributed by the french phonographic publishers to public libraries of the city of marseille
The data was released by the British Phonographic Industry (Bpi).
The band, who got together during the 2010 series of X Factor, were named the Global Recording Artists of 2013 by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, which represents the music business around the world.
The British Phonographic Industry said scams were "driven by the high prices that rare records can command online and at fairs".
The Cosmic Ballroom in Newcastle had been banned from playing recorded music by a top judge at London's High Court, after the club owner had been caught playing recorded copyrighted music there when he didn't have a Phonographic Performance Ltd licence.
attacks on the websites of music bodies the British Phonographic Industry and
Ryan Cleary, 19, is also accused of launching attacks on the websites of music bodies the British Phonographic Industry and the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry.
Cleary's rap sheet dates back to at least October, when he allegedly took down the website of the British Phonographic Industry.
The Indian Phonographic Industry (IPI), the Association of Phonogram Producers, was Established in 1936, and it was Instrumental in finalising the Broadcasting Licence arrangement in India.
While live music can play on, any CDs or records are banned at the town centre bar until owners get the required Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL) licence.