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Early 20th Century

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Dr Iwan suwandy,MHA

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Introduction

Koleksi Sejarah Plat gramophone(piring hitam) Di Indonesia Sebelum Perang Dunia kedua

(The Indonesian’s Phonograph Record   Historic collections) 

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.I hope all the  collectors 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

 

The  Music Record History Collection E-Book In CD –Rom  is a project of Dr Iwan Cubermuseum .Wordpress.Com Web Blog  for Audio Visual Conservation.

 The goal of the Jukebox is to present to the widest audience possible early commercial sound recordings, offering a broad range of historical and cultural documents as a contribution to education and lifelong learning.

These selections are presented as part of the record of the past. They are historical documents which reflect the attitudes, perspectives, and beliefs of different times. Dr Iwan E-book In CD-ROM  does not endorse the views expressed in these recordings, which may contain content offensive to users

This Project dedicated to My son Albert suwandy Djohan Oetama because one of his hobbies were music record beside  the art of photography, I hope this informations will need for him to conservated my old music record collections in the future.

I hope one day when I am still alive this collections can chow in Indonesian television or may be there are the sponsorship for marketing promotion of the music record incoperations in Indonesia,

The old music record can be used for the listener in a special Old Music Café at Jakarta in the future

Driwan Masterpiece vintage International Music Record CollectionsI.ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACT OF MOTION PICTURE

.ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACT OF MOTION PICTURE

II. ELTON JOHN WHITE LABEL RECORD



III.DIANA ROSS WHITE LABEL RECORD

IV.THE GUITARIST MAESTRO LES PAUL RECORD

V. THE MICHAEL JACKSON WHITE LABEL RECORD : BAD

VI THE HOMOKORD RECORD LABEL

VII. THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD WHITE LABEL RECORD

VIII. THE VINTAGE CHINESE OPERA MUSIC RECORD (COVER)

ix.THE WINSTON CHURCHILL AND MARTIN LUTHER KING JR SOUND RECORD


X.SANTANA WHITE LABEL RECORD

XI LED ZEPELLIN II WHITE LABEL RECORD

XI. PRINCE AKIHITO(NOW EMPEROR) AND PRINCE MICHIKO(NOE MEPRESS) WEDDING MUSIC COLUMBIA RECORD

XII.MISS RIBOET ODEON DARDANELLA ,JASIDI SONG, BEKA RECORD

XIII. BARRY MANILOW WHITE LABEL RECORD

ps. I hope the collectors who have this masterpiece collections to show us his collections with info and suggestion via comment,THIS INFO FOR RESEACRH HOW MUCH THIS RARE RECORD STILL EXIST NOW, THANKS VERYMUCH FOR YOUR INFO.

FOR MORE INFO,PLEASE LOOK AT MY CYBERMUSEUM BLOG,PLEASE CLICK
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The Chronologic Music record History Collections

1900

Jan

1

  • Xavier Cugat born (Girona, Spain) Catalan-American latin and popular bandleader, violinist, cartoonist. Died 1990

3rd

  • Maurice Jaubert born (Nice) French composer, conductor. Died 1940

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  • JAUBERT, Maurice
  • Composer. Nationality: French. Born: Nice, 3 January 1900. Education: Attended Lycée Masséna and Nice Conservatory; studied law at the Sorbonne, Paris; studied music with Albert Groz. Military Service: 1920–22; 1939—recalled into the army, and killed in action.
  •  Family: Married
·        

  • Maurice Jaubert born (Nice) French composer, conductor.

 

  • Died 1940
  • JAUBERT, Maurice
  • Composer. Nationality: French. Born: Nice, 3 January 1900. Education: Attended Lycée Masséna and Nice Conservatory; studied law at the Sorbonne, Paris;
  • studied music with Albert Groz.
  •  
  •  Military Service: 1920–22;
  •  
  •  1939—recalled into the army, and killed in action.
  •  Family: Married
·        


 

  • the singer Marthe Bréga. Career: Practiced law briefly, then music director for Pleyela Records, 1925, and music director for Pathé-Natan Studios, 1930–35; also composed music for orchestra and for stage works. Died: In Azerailles, 19 June 1940

Joueur de Guitare, Paris, 1900

6th

  • Pierre-Octave Ferroud born (Lyon) French composer, critic. Died 1936

10

  • Leos Janácek’s Cossack Dance & Serbian Kolo-round dance premiered in Brno

11

  • Wilbur de Paris born (Crawfordsville, IA) American jazz bandleader, trombonist. Brother of Sidney de Paris (1905-67). Died 1973

12

  • Jan Blockx’s opera Thyl Uilenspiegel premiered in Brussels

13

  • Yasuji Kiyose born (Usa, Japan) Japanese composer, teacher. Died 1981

14

  • Gustav Mahler’s songs Das irdische Leben & Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen premiered in Vienna
  • Giacomo Puccini’s opera Tosca premiered in Rome, lib. G. Giacosa and L. Illica

16

  • Henry Kimball Hadley makes his conducting debut in New York

19

  • Albert Brunies born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz cornettist (Halfway House Orchestra). Brother of Merritt (1895-1973) and George (1902-74) Brunies. Died 1978

20

  • Tomás Bretón’s opera Raquel premiered in Madrid

22

  • Franz Salmhofer born (Vienna) Austrian composer, conductor, clarinetist, poet, director of the of Vienna State Opera 1945-54. Died 1975
  • David E. Hughes (68) dies
  • Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari’s opera Cenerentola premiered in Venice
  • Alexander von Zemlinsky’s opera Es war einmal premiered in Vienna

26

  • Clayton McMichen born (Allatoona, GA) American country fiddler (Hometown Boys, Skillet Lickers, Georgia Wildcats). Died 1970

27

  • Ernest Chausson’s String Quartet in C minor op.35 premiered in Paris (completed by Vincent d’Indy)
  • Maurice Ravel’s Deux épigrammes de Clément Marot premiered in Paris

30

  • Isaak Dunayevsky born (Lokhvitsa, Russia) Russian film and operetta composer, conductor. Died 1955

releases

  • Vess Osman – The Old Folks At Home (Berliner)

 

Feb

2

  • Emmett Miller born (Macon, GA) American minstrel and country singer, vaudevillian, songwriter. Died 1962
  • Gustave Charpentier’s opera Louise premiered in Paris, lib. Charpentier

3

  • Ottokar Novacek (33) dies from heart failure
  • Joseph Holbrooke’s The Raven op.25 premiered in London
  • James T. Tanner, Alfred Murray, Adrian Ross, Percy Greenbank, Ivan Caryll, Lionel Monckton, & Paul Rubens’ musical The Messenger Boy opened in London (429 performances)

7

  • Aleksandr Glazunov’s ballet The Seasons premiered in St. Petersburg

9

  • Walter Page born (Gallatin, MS) American jazz bandleader, bassist (Bennie Moten, Blue Devils, Count Basie). Died 1957

12

  • Pink Anderson born (Laurens, SC) American blues singer, guitarist. Died 1974
  • Lift Every Voice and Sing by James Weldon Johnson & J Rosamond Johnson first publicly performed in Jacksonville, FL

13

  • Joseph ‘Wingy’ Manone born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz bandleader, trumpeter, singer (Arcadian Serenaders, Harmony Kings, Benny Goodman, Cellar Boys, Wingy Manone Orchestra). Died 1982
  • Hamish MacCunn’s opera The Masque of War and Peace premiered in London

15

  • Gustav Mahler’s song Selbstgefühl premiered in Vienna

17

  • Eugen d’Albert’s opera Kain premiered in Berlin

19

  • Charles Lecocq’s opera La belle au bois dormant premiered in Paris

22

  • Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari’s opera Cenerentola premiered in Venice, lib. M. Pezzè-Pascolato

23

  • Riccardo Drigo’s ballet Les Millions d’Arlequin premiered in St Petersburg

unk

  • Karl Michael Ziehrer’s march Auf In’s XX.Jahrhundert! / Into the Twentieth Century! op.501 premiered in Vienna

Original sheet music publication of Lift Every Voice and Sing by JR & JW Johnson

Mar

2

  • Kurt Weill born (Berlin) German composer, songwriter. Husband of Lotte Lenya (1898-1982). Died 1950
  • Edward Elgar’s songs After (P.B. Marston) & A Song of Flight (C. Rossetti) premiered in London

6

  • Carl Bechstein (73) dies

8

  • Joe Robichaux born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz pianist, bandleader (Oscar Celestin, Lee Collins, New Orleans Rhythm Boys). Died 1965

10

  • Peter DeRose born (New York, NY) American popular songwriter. Died 1953
  • Karl Doppler (74) dies
  • Johan Peter Emilius Hartmann (94) dies
  • Claude Debussy’s Tarantelle styrienne premiered in Paris

11

  • Charlie Hicks aka Charley Lincoln born (Lithonia, GA) American blues singer, guitarist. Brother of Barbecue Bob Hicks (1902-31). Died 1963

12

  • Jean Sibelius’ Malinconia op.20 premiered in Helsinki

15

  • Colin McPhee born (Montreal) Canadian composer, musicologist, expert in Balinese music. Died 1964
  • Jules Massenet’s oratorio La terre promise premiered in Paris

16

  • Jean Sibelius’s Sandels for male chorus and orchestra premiered in Helsinki

17

  • Alfred Newman born (New Haven, CT) American film composer, conductor, arranger. Died 1970

19

  • Charles-Louis Hanon (80) dies
  • Harry Lauder makes his London debut at Gatti’s Music Hall

22

  • Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s Hiawatha’s Departure for soprano, tenor, baritone, 4 voices and orchestra premiered in London, lib. H.W. Longfellow

26

  • Isadore Freed born (Brest, Belarus) American composer, teacher, broadcaster, synagogue organist and choirmaster. Died 1960

Programme for Gatti’s Music Hall, Charing Cross, London

Apr

2

  • Anis Fuleihan born (Kyrenia, Cyprus) Cypriot-American composer, conductor, pianist. Died 1970

4

  • Antonin Dvorák makes his last appearance as conductor in Prague
  • Amy Beach’s Piano Concerto in c# minor op.45 premiered in Boston

11

  • Camille Erlanger’s opera Le Juif polonais premiered in Paris

14

  • Salvatore Baccaloni born (Rome) Italian bass singer. Died 1969

17

  • Willy Burkhard born (Evilard-sur-Bienne, Switzerland) Swiss composer, teacher. Died 1955

23

  • Henry Barraud born (Bordeaux) French composer, radio and television station director. Died 1997

30

  • Edward Elgar’s song Pipes of Pan (A. Ross) premiered in London

Camille Erlanger 1863-1919

May

6

  • Manuel de Falla’s Vals-capricho premiered in Madrid

17

  • Nicolai Berezowsky born (St Petersburg) Russo-American pianist, composer. Died 1953
  • Maria Proksch (c.64) dies

21

  • Louis Vierne appointed organist at Notre Dame, Paris, a position he holds until his death in 1937

24

  • Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s suite Scenes from an Everyday Romance for orchestra premiered in London

28

  • Tommy Ladnier born (Florence, LA) American jazz trumpeter (King Oliver, Fletcher Henderson, Noble Sissle, Sidney Bechet). Died 1939
  • George Grove (79) dies

29

  • Jack Palmer born (Nashville, TN) American composer, pianist. Died 1976
  • Dvorák’s Festival Song op.113 premiered in Prague

31

  • Camille Saint-Saëns’ Le feu céleste op.115 premiered in Paris

releases

  • Steve Porter – A Bird In A Gilded Cage (Columbia)

Jun

15

  • Otto Luening born (Milwaukee, WN) American composer, electronic music pioneer, conductor, teacher. Died 1996
  • Paul Mares born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz trumpeter, bandleader (New Orleans Rhythm Kings). Died 1949

17

  • Hermann Reutter born (Stuttgart) German composer, pianist, teacher. Died 1985

20

  • Jean Sibelius’ Isänmaalle (To My Country), tone poem Tiera & Preludio premiered in Helsinki

24

  • Gene Austin born (Gainesville, TX) American popular singer, songwriter. Died 1972
  • Ottorino Respighi’s Symphonic Variations premiered in Bologna

25

  • Charles Villiers Stanford’s The Last Post op.75 premiered in London

Charles Villiers Stanford 1852-1924

Jul

2

  • Jean Sibelius’s Finlandia for orchestra premiered in Helsinki

4

  • Jean Sibelius’s Porilaisten marssi [March of the Björneborgers] for orchestra premiered in Stockholm

8

  • George Antheil born (Trenton, NJ) American composer, pianist, author, inventor. Died 1959

10

  • Mitchell Parish aka Michael Hyman Pashelinsky born (Vilnius, Lithuania) American popular lyricist. Died 1993

13

  • George Lewis born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz clarinetist, bandleader (Black Eagle Band, Eureka Brass Band, Chris Kelly, Kid Ory, Bunk Johnson). Died 1968

18

  • Wilton Crawley born (Smithfield, VA) American jazz clarinetist, bandleader (Washboard Rhythm Kings). Died 1948
  • Jean Sibelius’ Symphony No. 1 premiered in Berlin

21

  • Scott Joplin’s Swipesy Cakewalk copyrighted
  • Arthur Sullivan’s Absent-Minded Beggar March for brass band premiered in London

29

  • Don Redman born (Piedmont, WV) American jazz composer, arranger, clarinetist, bandleader (Fletcher Henderson, McKinney’s Cotton Pickers, Don Redman Orchestra). Died 1964

First page of the score of Jean Sibelius’s Finlandia

Aug

2

  • Helen Morgan born (Danville, IL) American popular singer, actress. Died 1941
  • Edward German’s incidental music for A. Hope & E. Rose’s play English Nell premiered in London

6

  • Willie Lee Brown born (Clarkesdale, MS) American blues singer, guitarist. Died 1952

8

  • Lucius Venable ‘Lucky’ Millinder born (Anniston, AL) American jazz and R&B bandleader, singer (Mills Blue Rhythm Band, Bill Doggett, Lucky Millinder Orchestra). Some sources give 1910 as birth year. Died 1966
  • Victor Young born (Chicago) American popular composer, conductor, arranger, violinist. Died 1956

11

  • Alexander Mosolov born (Kiev) Russian composer. Died 1973

19

  • Jean-Baptiste Accolay (67) dies

21

  • Edward German’s Nell Gwynn Overture premiered in London

23

  • Ernst Krenek born (Vienna) Austro-American composer, teacher. Died 1991
  • Malvina Reynolds born (San Francisco, CA) American folk and blues singer, songwriter, activist. Died 1978

27

  • Gabriel Fauré’s opera Prométhée premiered in Béziers, lib. J. Lorrain and A.-F. Hérold

31

  • Todd Rhodes born (Hopkinsville, KY) American jazz and R&B bandleader, arranger, pianist (Benny Carter, Mckinney’s Cotton Pickers). Died 1965

Sep

7

  • Joan Cross born (London) English soprano singer, opera producer. Died 1993

11

  • Hubert Parry’s Thanksgiving Te Deum for chorus and orchestra premiered in Hereford

12

  • Alger ‘Texas’ Alexander born (Jewett, TX) American blues singer. Died 1954

13

  • Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s The Soul’s Expression for choir and orchestra premiered in London, lib. E.B. Browning

20

  • Uuno Klami born (Virolahti, Finland) Finnish composer. Died 1961

28

  • Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov’s opera Asya premiered in Moscow

Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov 1859-1935

Oct

1

  • Claude Terrasse’s opera La petite femme de Loth premiered in Paris

3

  • Edward Elgar’s oratorio The Dream of Gerontius op.38 for choir and orchestra premiered in Birmingham, lib. J.H. Newman

4

  • Władysław Żeleński’s opera Janek premiered in Lvov

9

  • Elmer Snowden born (Baltimore, MD) American jazz banjo player, guitarist, bandleader (Washingtonians). Died 1973
  • Heinrich von Herzogenberg (57) dies

10

  • Mississippi Joe Callicott born (Nesbit, MS) American blues singer, guitarist, songwriter. Died 1969

15

  • Zdenek Fibich (49) dies
  • Paul Lincke’s operetta Fräulein Loreley premiered in Berlin

18

  • Sarah Makem born (Keady, Ireland) Irish folk singer. Mother of Tommy Makem (1932-2007). Died 1983

20

  • Jean Sibelius’s Snöfrid for speaker, chorus and orchestra premiered in Helsinki

24

  • Joe Watkins born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz drummer (George Lewis). Died 1969

27

  • Karl Millöcker (58) dies

Paul Lincke 1866-1946

Nov

3

  • Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera Skazka o Tsare Saltane, o sïne yego slavnom i moguchem bogatïre knyaze Gvidone Saltanoviche i o prekrasnoy Tsarevne Lebedi [The Tale of Tsar Saltan, of his Son the Renowned and Mighty Bogatïr Prince Guidon Saltanovich, and of the Beautiful Swan Princess] premiered in Moscow, lib. V.N. Bel′sky

9

  • Zdenek Fibich’s opera Pád Arkuna premiered in Prague

8

  • André Messager’s ballet Une aventure de la guimard premiered in Paris

10

  • Ruggero Leoncavallo’s opera Zazà premiered in Milan, lib. Leoncavallo

14

  • Aaron Copland born (Brooklyn, NY) American composer, pianist, conductor. Died 1990
  • Adolf Pollitzer (68) dies

16

  • Hubert Parry’s incidental music for Aeschylus’s play Agamemnon premiered in Cambridge

22

  • Arthur Sullivan (58) dies of a heart attack

25

  • Arthur Schwartz born (New York, NY) American popular songwriter, film producer. Died 1984

27

  • Edward Elgar’s Sérénade lyrique for orchestra premiered in London

30

  • Carl Nielsen’s A Cantata for the Lorens Frølich Festival premiered in Copenhagen

unk

  • Aleksandr Scriabin’s Symphony no.1 premiered in St Petersburg

Dec

6

  • Aleksandr Scriabin’s Piano Sonata no.3 op.23 premiered in Paris

8

  • Jules Massenet’s incidental music for Racine’s play Phèdre premiered in Paris

11

  • Max Reger’s Sonata for Violin and Piano no.3 op.41 premiered in Munich

17

  • Lucijan Marija Škerjanc born (Graz) Slovenian composer, conductor, multi-instrumentalist, teacher. Died 1973

20

  • Alan Bush born (London) English composer, pianist. Died 1995

26

  • Enrico Caruso makes his first appearance at La Scala, Milan, in Giacomo Puccini’s opera La Boheme

Alexander Scriabin 1872-1915

date unknown

  • Emry Arthur born (Wayne County, KY) American country singer, songwriter, guitarist. Died 1966
  • The Rabbit’s Foot Company minstrel and variety troupe established by Pat Chappelle
  • Cyril Scott’s Symphony No.1 premiered in Darmstadt

songs published

A Bird in a Gilded Cage (Arthur J. Lamb, Harry Von Tilzer); Lift Ev’ry Voice And Sing (James Weldon Johnson, J. Rosamond Johnson


 

  • the singer Marthe Bréga. Career: Practiced law briefly, then music director for Pleyela Records, 1925, and music director for Pathé-Natan Studios, 1930–35; also composed music for orchestra and for stage works. Died: In Azerailles, 19 June 1940
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