Wax Cylinder Revolutions

Rehding, Alexander
March 2005
Musical Quarterly;Spring2005, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p123
Academic Journal
This article discusses a letter written by music theorist Moritz Hauptmann to his friend in which he laments about photography, music history, Greek music, and nineteenth century philologists. He pleaded for a way to create sound recordings in response to criticisms of the Saint Thomas choir in which he was the director.


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