In the early days of the Gramophone Company the British founders worked closely with their American counterparts. A lot of the initial success can be attributed to one of the first sound and recording engineers – American Born Fred Gaisberg. He began working on the newly invented gramophone in the late 19th century and wasContinue reading “Happy American Independence day!”
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Publicity photos of the early Gramophone stars #4:Louise Kirkby Lunn. Northern Lass.
This is the fourth in a series of publicity shots from the early years of the recording business that our friends at the EMI Archive Trust have made available to us. This photo is of Madame Kirkby-Lunn (known to her friends as Louise) who was a Mancunian contralto who lived between 1873 and 1930. ThisContinue reading “Publicity photos of the early Gramophone stars #4:Louise Kirkby Lunn. Northern Lass.”