Alfredo Cibelli is Frasca's example of a well-rounded musician who, as the head of the foreign department of the Victor Talking Machine
Company, played a significant role in the Italian American immigrant music narrative.
The 2-night event will celebrate the return of Victor Talking Machine Co., Little Nipper, and "His Master's Voice" to their homes in the Camden & Philadelphia areas while simultaneously celebrating the launch of the first album from Victor Talking Machine Co., 'Repeat Deceiver,' by Graham Alexander.
This unique blend of genres established an incredibly diverse list of artists which would go on to influence countless songwriters and performers including modern Victor Talking Machine Co.'s president, Graham Alexander, who revived the company (along with the His Master's Voice, Victrola, and Little Nipper imprints) returning their headquarters to the Camden area after a 30 year absence.
After the Victor Talking Machine
Company was established in 1901, it began a grueling series of legal battles to defend its 200-plus patents associated with the manufacture of flat-disc records and players.
If you're interested in arias, you also may be interested in the Victrola Book of the Opera, published by the Victor Talking Machine
In the 1910s, no other company was as influential in music appreciation classes as the Victor Talking Machine Company of Camden, New Jersey.
 Untitled Victor Talking Machine form letter.
The promotion of Enrico Caruso by the Victor Talking Machine Company (discussed in chap.
For example, while the Victor Talking Machine Company dominated the market due to its stellar lineup of musical celebrities and customer preference for Victor's disc technology over Edison's cylinders, neither technology nor advertising strategy could account completely for the success and popularity of one song over any other.
Bolig continues his series covering the early years of the Victor Talking Machine
Company with four additional volumes.
The Victor Talking Machine
Company, and its descendent RCA Victor, was the most important American recording company during the 78 rpm era.
He begins with a discussion of the circumstances surrounding Caruso's first recordings for the Gramophone and Typewriter Company (G&T), the Anglo-Italian Commerce Company (AICC), and Disco Zonofono, plus details of his various contractual arrangements with the Victor Talking Machine