Perhaps you could create a new Spotify playlist: thousands of rare Thomas Edison recordings are now available to stream online.
The project includes 2,400 sound disc recordings that have been digitized and are available through the University of California Santa Barbara Library Research Special Collections on its Discography of American Historical Recordings website.
Some of the recordings are music and some are spoken word; some of the titles include “Mr. Edison on the the essence of music‘, ‘A personal message to the people of New Zealand’ and ‘Holiday greetings from the band in Orange (1924)’.
Not all recordings are by Edison himself; there are also depictions of things like “William Tell Overture”.
“Sharing these historically significant recordings with the public is a perfect fit with the mission of the University of California and the National Park Service,” said David Seubert, curator of the Performing Arts Collection at the University of California and director of the website. ‘registration. declaration.
The cooperative effort between the school and the national park dates back to 2012; the school then used a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to develop and preserve Edison’s complete collection.
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