Noun(1) machine in which rotating records cause a stylus to vibrate and the vibrations are amplified acoustically or electronically
(1) Out they come, first Bryan daintily carrying one small red-lacquered box, followed by Moshe struggling with two big old valises and the phonograph , instantly walking into a tree.(2) Returning, she bent again and stacked records on a small phonograph , then sat down on the bed next to Bob, who was holding a smoking joint by this time.(3) Papa Noel grew up in the Congo, listening to Cuban records on his mother's phonograph .(4) It was the gramophone, not the phonograph , that brought the music industry into existence.(5) The station was equipped with a phonograph and two dozen records, as well as plenty of books and games.(6) It makes us dream again that in some secluded corner an old phonograph recording is still intact on which the great preacher's voice may be heard!(7) Her mind is sharp, and as she sits in a common room, hearing her 1948 recording of ├ö├ç├┐Vissi d' arte├ö├ç├û on the phonograph , she remarks how beautiful it is, without a trace of either regret or egotism.(8) It was once considered unseemly to listen to the phonograph alone.(9) The microphone; the sampler, the phonograph , the electric guitar, the DJ, all of have infringed upon the sanctimony of contemporary popular music and came out vindicated.(10) It is night in a tumbledown shack; an old woman in a rocking chair gazes at pictures of herself as a young opera star and, taking a draught of gin, she plays on an old cylinder phonograph the one surviving record of her voice.(11) In fact, when the phonograph became popular, and more recently when electronic synthesizers became popular, musicians were concerned again that live music would be replaced by recordings.(12) I would find him listening to Scheherazade on the phonograph or reading Gibbon's ├ö├ç├┐Decline and Fall├ö├ç├û for the third time.(13) The process is much like an old phonograph where the needle is the tip and the grooves in the vinyl record are the atoms.(14) And while unconfirmed in the credits, it is clear that the sound was recorded directly onto wax cylinders by an Edison phonograph .(15) Also today in 1877, Thomas Edison announced the invention of the phonograph following successful experiments recording sound waves on a tinfoil cylinder.(16) Nicole told Dick that she wanted to play the phonograph for him.
Different Formsphonograph, phonographic, phonographs
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