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The History of the Independent Record Labels

 
The History of the Independent Record Labels
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The Berliner gramophone
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Sound recording device before the advent of electrical recordings
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Joseph Saucier, singer
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Blanche de la Sablonnière
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Henri Cartal, comic singer
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Short article on singer Henri Cartal
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Sketch of a few artists at the Eldorado at the end of the 19th century
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Score sung by tenor Charles Dalberty
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The Chamberland string trio
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Article offering advice to music-lovers keen to buy records and equipment to listen to them on .
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Article on making recordings in Montreal
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Collection of Canadian songs
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Tenor André Descart
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Sophisticated design characterizes this Victrola, used for listening to the records of the day.
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Score for a romance sung by popular song performer Alexandre Desmarteau(x)
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Score performed by the singer Dubuisson
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Alfred Fertinel, performer of popular songs
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