Edison white wax "Perfected" era cylinders. Nos. 45 thru 51.

Title
Edison white wax "Perfected" era cylinders. Nos. 45 thru 51.
Publication
1888
Electronic Resource
Streaming audio available online

Details

Additional Authors
Found In
Edison white wax cylinders collection.
Description
1 streaming audio file (20:32) : digital, mono.
Alternative Title
  • Edison white wax cylinders collection
  • I taught my heart's delight.
Genre/Form
Sound recordings.
Note
  • Title from audiotape reel container.
Access (note)
  • Access via streaming audio restricted to onsite at New York Public Library secure reading rooms.
Credits (note)
  • Col. George Gouraud, recording engineer.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of the Edison white wax cylinders collection; *L(Special) 98-14.
Contents
[After dinner toast at Little Menlo (October 5, 1888)]: After dinner speech (Col. George Gouraud, host) [audio erratic at end] -- [A. M.] Broadley and [J. C.] Parkinson [from Atlantic Cable] to Mr. Edison (Little Menlo, London, October 5, 1888) [very fast, erratic] -- [Queen Anne's Lodge speeches (November 22? 1888)]: Gladstone's speech (Mr. Gladstone [or Prime Minister William E. Gladstone], host) [words undecipherable, very fast audio and erratic] -- Song and piano "I taught my heart's delight" (?) (Two unidentified male singers and pianist) -- Col. George Gouraud [audio very erratic] -- After dinner speech [toast] at Little Menlo (October 5, 1888): [Last toast of night; audio erratic at end] (Col. George Gouraud, host).
Call Number
*LT-10 9657
Title
Edison white wax "Perfected" era cylinders. Nos. 45 thru 51.
Production
1888
Playing Time
002032
Type of Content
spoken word
performed music
Type of Medium
audio
computer
Type of Carrier
online resource
audiotape reel
Credits
Col. George Gouraud, recording engineer.
Performer
Col. George Gouraud, host and added commentary (nos. 45-46, 50-51). [A. M.] Broadley and [J. C.] Parkinson (no. 46). Prime Minister William E. Gladstone, host (no. 47) ; with two unidentified male singers and piano (no. 48) and unidentified conversation (no. 49).
Event
Transferred to tape by the Rodgers & Hammerstein Archives, New York Public Library, 1995 August 27, from original cylinders lent by the Edison National Historic Site.
Access
Access via streaming audio restricted to onsite at New York Public Library secure reading rooms.
Original Version
Preservation copy: (1 audiotape reel : analog, two-track, 7 1/2 ips, NAB, mono ; 10 in.) in *LT-10 9657.
Linking Entry
Forms part of the Edison white wax cylinders collection; *L(Special) 98-14.
Local Note
Preservation file: (1 audio file : digital, WAV file, 96 kHz, 24 bit), in long term storage, Digital Library Processing server [myh_lt109657_v01f01_em].
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Added Author
Edison, Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931, addressee.
Gladstone, W. E. (William Ewart), 1809-1898, host.
Gouraud, George Edward, 1841-1912, host.
Gouraud, George Edward, 1841-1912, commentator.
Broadley, Alexander Meyrick, 1847-1916, commentator.
Parkinson, J. C. (Joseph Charles), 1832- commentator.
Gouraud, George Edward, 1841-1912, recording engineer.
Edison National Historic Site (Agency : U.S.)
Added Title
I taught my heart's delight.
Edison white wax cylinders collection
Found In:
Edison white wax cylinders collection.
Research Call Number
*LT-10 9657
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