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March 2017


1900-1909

1910-19191920-19291930-19391940-19491950-1960


International Gramophone Record Company
(new)



Tonophone Record
(new)



Disco Italia
(new)



Disques Semeuse
(new)



RAOG
(new)



Disque Pathé
(new)



Hallo Record
(new)



Experimental
(new)



Scoop
(new)



Taha Phone
(new)



Taha Phone
(new)



Allo Records
(new)



Angel Records
(new)



Columbia (Japan)
(new)



Discus
(new)



Makolit
(new)



Merion Records
(new)



Tono
(new)

February 2017


1900-1909

1910-19191920-19291930-19391940-19491950-1960


Columbia Double-Face
Record (new)



Columbia Graphophone
Record (new)



Jumbo-Record
(update)



Secrestat
(new)




Connorized
(update)



Elite Record
(new)



Literaphon
(update)



Palais de Danse
(new)



Personal Record
(new)



Cristal
(update)



Cristal
(new)



Girmac
(update)



Piccadilly
(new)



BHV le Rivolia
(new)



CBS Coronet
(new)



CBS Coronet Western
(new)



Chakmakchiphon
(new)



Chakmakchiphon
(new)

January 2017


1900-1909

1910-19191920-19291930-19391940-19491950-1960


Cantophon-Record
(new)



Societa Fonografica
Napoletana
(new)





Gnom Concert Record
(new)



Opéra
(new)



Star-Record
(new)



Telra-Record
(new)



Winner Record Test Print
(new)



Winner Record Test Print
(new)



Winner Record
(new)



Winner
(new)



Winner
(new)



Jien-O-Phone Record
(update)


THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO SCOTTISH RECORDED MUSIC

A  SCOTTISH  VERNACULAR  DISCOGRAPHY  1888-1960

by Bill Dean-Myatt, MPhil.
(winner of the ARSC award for best general discography of 2013-14)

ISBN 978-0-900883-99-6

The result of 20 years' intensive research, Bill Dean-Myatt's seminal book collates information on the Scottish recording industry into one easy-to-handle reference source. Original sources such as record company files were combined with extensive research into contemporary media such as newspapers and industry journals; where possible, artists or their families were consulted directly. This invaluable reference tool is a must-have for:

  • Historians
  • Sociologists
  • Musicologists
  • Students of songs by Robert Burns
  • Music hall aficionados
  • Bagpipe historians
  • Radio show presenters
  • Library reference departments
  • Record collectors
  • Artists are listed alphabetically, together with date and location of his/her birth, death, recordings made (with date and location of each session), accompanying musicians' names, instruments played, master and take number, composer and arranger details and all known issues on all formats and additional footnotes where required. All entries are fully cross-referenced.

    COMPLETE WITH A CD-ROM!

    Contains entire text plus artist index and gallery of over 100 record label pictures. Details of recordings by

  • Scottish country dance bands
  • Music hall artists
  • Gaelic singers
  • Bagpipe soloists
  • Solo instrumentalists
  • Border ballads
  • Songs by Robert Burns
  • Scots ballads
  • Poetry readers
  • Jazz bands
  • Speeches by Scots politicians
       & personalities
  • Monologues
  • Comic and dramatic sketches etc.
  • Published by the City of London Phonograph & Gramophone Society Ltd. (CLPGS) of England. Price: $60 U.S. or £39 sterling* (p&p £10 UK, £15 Europe, $39 U.S. or £25 rest of world). Payment in pounds sterling or by International Money Order (please make payable to "CLPGS Ltd.").

    To purchase a copy contact www.clpgs.org.uk or Robert Girling at robert@hailsham.swiftserve.net

    *CLPGS members £35


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