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A Tribute to The Record Collector by John Steane

Originally published in Gramophone magazine, October 2005

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Chronologies

A CHRONOLOGY OF THE NORTH SHORE MUSIC FESTIVAL 1909 to 1939
A PDF about the “A Chronology of the North Shore Music Festival 1909 to 1939” available here. An important article about a music festival in Illinois and some of the great singers who sang there. This information is published for the first time.

EUGENE CONLEY CHRONOLOGY
This chronology was part of Volume 54 no 3, but lack of space precluded it being presented in-toto. It is given here complete.

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OFELIA NIETO CHRONOLOGY
This chronology was part of Volume 56 no 3, but lack of space precluded it being presented in-toto. It is given here complete.

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EDWARD JOHNSON CHRONOLOGY
This chronology was part of Volume 56 no 2, but lack of space precluded it being presented in-toto. It is given here complete.

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CHARLES DALMORÈS CHRONOLOGY
This chronology was part of Volume 57 no 2, but lack of space precluded it being presented in-toto. It is given here complete

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ROBERT RADFORD CHRONOLOGY
This chronology was part of Volume 54 no 3, but lack of space precluded it being presented in-toto. It is given here complete

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RICHARD BONELLI CHRONOLOGY
This chronology was part of Volume 51 no 3, but lack of space precluded it being presented in-toto. It is given here complete

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Collect 78s? Me? You must be joking!

By Chrissy Giles

Two years ago this was my reaction to the suggestion that I should buy 78s. In this modern age of DVD and “digitally remastered”, “24 bit” CD transfers why on earth would I want to do that?

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A Guide to Playing 78 rpm Records

by Roger Beardsley

The idea behind this guide is to help collectors to get the best results from their precious 78rpm records. It is not exhaustive, neither is it highly technical.

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Where to get the equipment

by Roger Beardsley

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