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1. Web Sites With Cylinder Transcriptions

These sites have transcriptions of cylinder records that can be accessed over the net.

tinfoil.com

Glenn Sage's excellent website has a featured cylinder of the month, and an archive of past favorites,  in and formats. Cylinder transcriptions on CD are available to buy.
cylinder.de Norman Bruderhofer's site has transcriptions available to listen to,  in format. Another great site.
Cylinder Record Hobby Page (formerly cylinders101) Welcome to the Cylinder Record Hobby Page . This site is dedicated to the novice collector of talking machine cylinder records and fans of the British Music Hall. I will not try to duplicate information already on the net, but I will try to provide helpful information, links to the important stuff, and some fun audio files of music hall artists. Comments are welcome, as this is a never ending work in progress.

Daniel Nixon's site features two of my favorite artists of the cylinder era, in format; Australia's Billy Williams, and Sir Harry Lauder. Daniel also has an interest in cylinder recordings of bagpipes.
      Phonozoic 
Phonozoic
"The Life of Sound"
Patrick Feaster's impressive site has a collection of cylinders available to listen to in format.
The Official EDIGRAPH Website The Edigraph web-site features many cylinders in and formats.
Old records, spiffed up and streamed to your computer
A great collection of early recordings in format.
Chris Hamilton's "Ardlarich" Website Chris's interests in music are fairly catholic and cover Classical Music, British Dance Bands, Jazz, Music Hall, and Scottish Song and Ballads. I have a special interest in Speech and Documentary 78s

This site features many unusual labels.
[Link added 19-Mar-2005]

More coming soon...

 

2. Net Resources/Links

Some of my favorite net resources for vintage sound are:

American Gramophone &Wireless Home Page American Gramophone & Wireless Home Page 
Antique Phonograph Supply Co Antique Phonograph Supply Co. They supplied the parts to fix my model C & model H reproducers...good service and goods well packed for shipping.
City of London Phonograph & Gramophone Society
Cylinder Record Hobby Page (formerly cylinders101) Welcome to the Cylinder Record Hobby Page . This site is dedicated to the novice collector of talking machine cylinder records and fans of the British Music Hall. I will not try to duplicate information already on the net, but I will try to provide helpful information, links to the important stuff, and some fun audio files of music hall artists. Comments are welcome, as this is a never ending work in progress.

Daniel Nixon's site features two of my favorite artists of the cylinder era, in format; Australia's Billy Williams, and Sir Harry Lauder. Daniel also has an interest in cylinder recordings of bagpipes.
The Cylinder Archive A German site dedicated to cylinder records. Site in German & English. Listen to lots of cylinders, and see many of the types of collectible cylinders.
The Edison Shop Another great site. Listen to some cool tunes and the worlds oldest playable recording. Info on the ACT reproducer available here.
Helmut Weber's Gramophone hobby page...heaps of info and good links here.
Nipperhead Nipperhead
Phonograph Makers Of The World The Phonograph Makers' Pages are intended as a meeting ground and a source of inspiration for all makers of modern phonographs, i.e. cylinder players that give an electric output.
Phonophan Here you will find books, parts, products and information to enhance the antique phonograph collecting hobby
Tim Gracyk's Phonograph & Gramophone Page - Lots of useful stuff here.

Welcome to the Vulcan Cylinder Record Company web site. Our phonograph cylinders are made by a unique process developed over twenty years.

The result is a cylinder record, molded in a modern resin material that is smooth, accurate and robust. The records are hand crafted in our workshops in Sheffield, England, and can be safely delivered in the mail. Click on the links below for details of our current titles or to find out more.

Tinfoil.Com Edison cylinder recordings. Over 2 hours of early cylinders for your listening pleasure, some history, and a FAQ

 

3. Phonograph Societies

Some of the phonograph societies on the net are listed here (email me if you're not):

City of London Phonograph & Gramophone Society

This page is for you - If you are interested in the heritage of recorded sound If you collect sound recordings or machines to play them If you want to meet others of like mind to share enthusiasm, knowledge and experience

Welcome to the home of the California Antique Phonograph Society (CAPS). We are a group of collectors who share a passion for the preservation of antique phonographs and records.

The Michigan Antique Phonograph Society (MAPS) is registered with the State of Michigan as a non-profit corporation.
 
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