International History of the Recording Industry
This comprehensive guide to the history of recording industries combines the technical history of the recording process and the industry that gre up to support it, with the history of the musical, vocal, and spoken repertoire that developed in parallel with recording. Updated and revised from teh critically acclaimed Finnish edition, it is the only generic history of recording currently available in English and of immense value to all students of cultural history.
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The Microphone and Gramophone Fever
Depression and Resurgence
From the Copyright Wars to the World War
The Age of Growth
The Digital Era
A Hundred Years of Recorded Sound
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