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In fact, classical releases spawned the origin of the term “album”: because each side of a 78 could only hold about five minutes of music, hour-long symphonies had to be divided into six discs, which were bound together in something resembling a photo album.
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In 1912, Thomas Edison released a competitor to the 78, the Edison disc, which was much thicker (a full quarter-inch! But the Edison disc required its own expensive phonograph, and it was discontinued in 1929, the same year opera star Arturo Toscanini declared that he would never record anything because a record could not fully capture the beauty of his voice.
Even so, record companies released a wide variety of genres on 78s, from classical to pop to recorded animal noises.
At first, Berliner made the “plates,” as the records were called, out of celluloid and rubber-based materials, but in 1894 he switched to shellac, inspired by its transformative impact on the telephone industry. and Britain did everything they could to drive 78s out of the market.Early shellac 78s measured seven inches across, but by 1900 they were generally 10 or 12 inches in diameter. At the time, most radio stations provided listeners with live music—recorded music represented a threat to their business model.Thus, they discouraged their listeners from spending money on “canned” music.In England, the Musicians Union went so far as to require radio stations to pay the Union for every minute they played records instead of live music.Thanks to these policies and the poor sound quality of 78s, records took a while to catch on.Following the American Revolution, settlers in Kentucky began to consider separate statehood under the Articles of Confederation.After 10 conventions met to consider the question, a proposed state constitution was ratified in Danville in April 1792.After initial exploratory trips by white settlers in the late 1600s, more extensive colonizing missions were undertaken in the middle of the 1700s.Much of this interest was related to the territorial gains won during the French and Indian War from 1755 to 1763, which resulted in the elimination of France as a political and military force in Mississippi Valley.If you need to cancel you may be eligible for a refund or event rain check, based on our cancellation policy, provided you contact us before the event day.Upon successful registration we will email you a confirmation with the event details.