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Recording Sounds, Herbie Goldberg
From the Archives back in 1877, Thomas Edison was the first person to make a machine that could record sound and play it back. His phonograph was soon in mass production and thus began a huge archive of recordings – not only music but the voices of famous people that you might not have dreamed that you would ever hear. Among these rarities you will hear Brahms playing the piano and Tchaikovsky speaking!
This is part of the Easter Programme 2021.