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But undeterred, the inventor of the phonograph later created the light bulb.
The twin Voyager spacecraft carry a shimmering golden record which, if placed on a phonograph, will play the sound of laughter and language and life on Earth.
This cozy museum features local archaeological finds; pioneer crafts; mercantile and family genealogy records; Civil War displays; and toys and musical instruments, including a violano, an Edison phonograph, and more.
The auction will include some of Kenneth's personal collectibles like his assortment of old phonographs, which are worth thousands each.
And after mission managers decided to include a phonograph of human sounds, including music, Carl Sagan only had a few weeks to make the selections.
The group was a hub for experimenting with making tape music in which found sounds and music transferred from turntables and phonographs were manipulated to create new pieces of noise-heavy music.
The way people have consumed songs has changed as much as the genres and the styles, from the phonograph to the jukebox, eight-tracks to cassette tapes, CDs to MP3s, and from there to up the cloud.
An indoor museum filled with antique phonographs, war artifacts, costumes and regalia, and sports memorabilia welcomes visitors that come from all corners of the world.
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