Victrola & Phonograph Decor

Victrola & Phonograph Decor History The first instrument in recording and reproducing the human voice was Edison’s cylinder phonograph. Invented (1) in 1877 by  Alva Edison. It was called a phonograph and used wax cylinders to support sound recording. Edison invented this dictation machine, for office and commercial use. But starting in 1890, phonographs operated with coins began to be installed in music halls and exhibition parks. Gramophone or Victrola For a few cents, you could hear a drum recording with a fashion piece of music. During the 1890s, phonographs began to be sold for domestic use, as a musical instrument. The main problem was the way of producing the cylinders. Each cylinder had to be engraved one by one …

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