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History


Recorded Sound in Canada

The Evolution of the Recording Industry
Early Sound Recording and the Invention of the Gramophone
A Chronology of Sound Recording Technology, 1845-1950
A Chronology of the Sound Recording Industry, 1878-1924
Turning Points: A Short History of Sound Recording and Record Players
Canadian Record Companies
The Berliner Gram-o-phone Company of Canada
The 78-rpm 7-inch Berliner Series
The 78-rpm 10-inch Berliner Series
Compo Company Limited

More information on the development of the recording industry in Canada will be added to The Virtual Gramophone in the future.

Music in Canada

First World War Era
Popular Songs, 1914-1918
Songs of the First World War
The Music on the Home Front (from the Sheet Music from Canada's Past website
The Music Scene in Quebec, 1915-1920
History of Opera Performance in Canada

Other themes from Canada's musical past will be added as they are developed.