The Earliest Album Record Found In Indonesia Exhibition at Driwancybermuseum Blog

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                                            Dr IWAN SUWANDY, MHA

                                                         

    BUNGA IDOLA PENEMU : BUNGA KERAJAAN MING SERUNAI( CHRYSANTHENUM)

  

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SHOWCASE :

The Earliest Album Record Productions Historic Collections Exhibition  

Frame One : Introduction

1. I have starting build the collections of  Gramophone plate since study in hish school at Padang city West Sumatra in 1960.

2. Until this day in 2011 I cannot found the complete informations about the Indonesian’s  gramophone plate History, that is why I have made reasech about this topic in order to give the young generations about the development of music gramophone technology in the world since found by Mr Thomas Alfa Edison and when first arrived in Indonesia during The Dutch East colionial Era.

3. I will show my collections with information from that very rare and amizing historic collections, very lucky I had found vintage book of gramophone and also many info fram google explorations,especially from wikipedia ,for that info thanks very much.

4. This exhibtion will divide into two parts, first before World War I and second Between WWI and WWII. all during Indonesia under Dutch east Indie Colonial time.

5.The earliest Gramophone’s Plate in 19Th Century produced by Addison inc with very thick plate almost 4 times then now circa 1 cm,then became half centimer and latest 0,2 cm more thin,please look the comperative picture below:

First the mechanic gramophone look the promotion picture of His Mater Voice company below:

and later electric gramophone, still used gramophone needle look the needle promotion label below :

6.In Indonesia during Colonial time , the gramophone’s plate sold by the chinese marchant ,many at Pasar Baru Market Batavia (Jakarta) please look the trader mark below :

7.The Edisson first Gramophone Info from google exploration

The Inventions of Thomas Edison
History of Phonograph – Lightbulb – Motion Pictures
Replica of original phonographReplica of original phonograph

 
 
An ad for the phonograph
 
 

Phonograph – HistoryThe first great invention developed by Edison in Menlo Park was the tin foil phonograph. While working to improve the efficiency of a telegraph transmitter, he noted that the tape of the machine gave off a noise resembling spoken words when played at a high speed. This caused him to wonder if he could record a telephone message. He began experimenting with the diaphragm of a telephone receiver by attaching a needle to it. He reasoned that the needle could prick paper tape to record a message. His experiments led him to try a stylus on a tinfoil cylinder, which, to his great surprise, played back the short message he recorded, “Mary had a little lamb.”

The word phonograph was the trade name for Edison’s device, which played cylinders rather than discs. The machine had two needles: one for recording and one for playback. When you spoke into the mouthpiece, the sound vibrations of your voice would be indented onto the cylinder by the recording needle. This cylinder phonograph was the first machine that could record and reproduce sound created a sensation and brought Edison international famous

8.The Gramophone’s Plate procduction company whic found in Indonesia were

1) 19th century

(1) Addison Record

(2) Hias Master Voice

2)Early 20th century

(1)parlopone

(2) Odeon

(3)Earlieast Polydor

(4)Imperial

(5)Columbia China

(6)Brunswick

 3)Pre Wolrd war II

(1)RCA-His Master Voice Shanghai China

(2) Decca

(3) Irama India with song Djali Djali

8.I hope the collectors of all over the world ,especially Indonesian Collectors plaes honor my copyright with donnot copy or tag this exhibitons without my permisssion,thanks.

Jakarta January 2011

Dr Iwan suwandy @ copyright 2011

Frame two :

The Earliest International Album Record Production Historic Collections Found In Indonesia

7.The Gramophone’s Plate procduction company whic found in Indonesia were

1) 19th century

(1) Edison Record

Edison Records

Edison Records was the one of the earliest record labels which pioneered recorded sound and was an important player in the early recording industry.
Edison Records
Parent company Thomas A. Edison, Inc.
Founded June 28, 1888
Defunct October, 1929
Revived c. 1990s
Founder Thomas Edison
Jesse H. Lippincott
Status Defunct
Distributor(s) (independent, mostly through dealers, jobbers, and mail order)
Genre Variety (classical, popular, etc.)
Country of origin United States, some major European countries
Location West Orange, New Jersey
1903 advertisement for Edison Records
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