A phonograph record (also known as a gramophone record is an analog sound storage medium in the form of a flat disc with an inscribed, modulated spiral groove.

The earliest rotation speeds varied widely. Most records made in 1900–1925 were recorded at 74–82 revolutions per minute (rpm).

Shellac 78s are brittle, and must be handled carefully. In the event of a 78 breaking, the pieces might remain loosely connected by the label and still be playable if the label holds them together, although there is a loud pop with each pass over the crack, and breaking of the stylus is likely.

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Collection of Shellac Records.

Accessible in Berlin or via Post.


Electrola / Stille Nacht, Weigenlied der Hirten, 4-044753
Deutsche Grammmophon Gesellschaft / Traviata, Rigoletto, 68303B LM
Decca / Chor der Kreuzfahrer Il Lombardi, Chor aud der Oper Nabucco, K 23 316
Electrola / Gott Hore mein Geber und Verbirq dich Nicht Vor Meinem Flehem, 04919
Weunke / Nutis blanches, Dans le petit café du coin, CLX 1750, 233 76
Electrola / Zigeunerweisen (Sarasate), D.B. 284.


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