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Music: Records - 78s (5 items)

We last updated our site on 21-May-2017. The next update is scheduled for 10-Jun-2017.

This listing includes 78 RPM phonograph records of a general nature. Records may also be found in other categories relating to the subject of the record.

Records have changed is size and shape through the years. Generally speaking the following dates can be used as a measurement. The cylinder-shaped phonograph record for use with the early Edison models was made about 1889. Disc records were first made by 1894 however were primarily one-sided. The double-sided discs reached the market in 1904. High-fidelity records were first issued in 1944, the first vinyl disc in 1946, the first stereo record in 1958. The 78 RPM became the standard in 1926 but was discontinued in 1957. In 1932, the first 33 1/3 RPM was made but was not sold commercially until 1948. In 1949, the 45 RPM was introduced. Compact discs became available in the U.S. in 1982 and many companies began phasing out the production of phonograph records.

 

M1597
78 RPM Record: Ethel Merman in Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Annie Get Your Gun," 6-record set. 78rpm Decca 1946. Miss Merman on cover. Includes all the wonderful songs from this musical, including "Anything You Can Do," "Doin' What Comes Natur'lly," "You Can't Get a Man With a Gun," "I Got the Sun in the Morning," "There's No Business Like Show Business," and "The Girl That I Marry," plus more. $40.00


M1601
78 RPM Record: "Hansel and Gretel" Presented by Junior Programs Opera Company. Victor Records. 4-record set. 78rpm. $30.00


J0947
78 RPM Record: 3-Record boxed set. "General of the Army Douglas MacArthur's Report to Congress" April 19, 1951. Pic of the General on the front of the box. RCA Victor. Nice documentation from one of the most significant events of the 1950s. $50.00


J2679
78 RPM Record: "I can hear it now..." 78 rpm. Two volume set. Volume 1 (covering 1933-45) contains 5 records including (in their entirety): Roosevelt's "Nothing to fear...;" The Hindenburg air disaster; Lewis versus Schmelling knockout; Gehrig's farewell speech; New York Philharmonic broadcast interrupted by news of Pearl Harbor; Messages of the D-Day invasion by Eisenhower, de Gaulle and others; Announcement of Roosevelt's death and description of funeral procession; New President Truman announces German surrender; Epilogue by Edward R. Murrow. Volume 2 (covering 1945-49) contains 5 records including: Mayor LaGuardia reading comic strips over the radio during newspaper delivery strike; "Not guilty" pleas from top Nazi war criminals; Hangings of ten top Nazi war leaders; Babe Ruth says goodbye; Prime Minister of India announces the assassination of Mohandas Gandhi; Birth of Israel; Southern Democrats walk out of National convention in Philadelphia." A chronicle of seventeen years told in the authentic sounds and voices of the men who made the history. $50.00


W508
78 RPM Record: "Stop Your Tickling, Jock!" by Harry Lauder accompanied by Victor Orchestra. Victor Record. Recorded on one side only. Very good. $35.00


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