It is so amazing that we actually get to hear the songs and the singers that have truly been the forerunners of Christian music. To be able to listen to some of the oldest and rarest recordings of our Christian heritage is incredible! What I got was people singing and preaching the very same gospel we sing and preach about today. In a time when opinions and beliefs change about as much as we change our socks, the Gospel has remained steadfast!
Those words occurred to me as I listened to this well-researched and beautifully mastered set of recordings from over a century ago. An added bonus is hearing the voice of Fanny Crosby reading one of her poems and Ira D.
I have been singing gospel songs in public since I was three years old. You cannot imagine how thrilled I was to hear these wonderful songs by the very people who wrote them! I am indebted to the folks who made this collection available because it is absolutely soul stirring to hear these recordings!
This is an important cultural treasure and, dare I say, a spiritual one also. Comin' Thro' the Rye. I'm Tired of Living Without You. Tales of Hoffman - Barcarole. Ben Bolt Sweet Alice. One sweetly solemn thought. The angel's serenade. I Hear You Calling Me. The Day is done. Pagenarie Ballo in maschera.
Vissi D'Arte, "Tosca". Nocturne in E flat, op. The flowers that we love. Armand Vecsey and His Hungarian Orchestra. Aria del follia. Caro nome, Rigoletto. The Last Rose of Summer. The Evening Star. Martha - None so Rare. Parted F. Paolo Tosti. Berceuse, Very familiar tune. Messiah - Hallelujah Chorus. Spring Morning Wilson. Julia Heinrich, Soprano. Carry me back to old Virginny. Pardonne, et Ne Sois Pas Faches,.
My old Kentucky home. The Ninety and Nine. Smilin' Through. O Holy Night - Christmas Song. Anyone Recognize this? Meet me Tonight in Dreamland. Medley of Irish songs. American patrol. UCSB Info only. Sweet Genevieve. The Preacher and The Bear. The Longest Way Round. Are You From Dixie. Love's dream after the ball.
UCSB Columbia. Town topics of Pumpkin Center. Cal Stewart as Uncle Josh Weathersby. My best girl and me. Edward M. By the Light of the Silvery Moon. Money musk medley. Silver bell. Florentine Instrumental Trio. Way Down South. Tell mother I'll be there.
James F. Red Wing. Frederic H. Potter and New York Military Band. Casey Jones. The preacher and the bear. Sounds from the operas. One Heart Divine. Playing and handling To play Amberol cylinders, a suitable 4-minute phonograph is required. Bear in mind that all Amberola phonographs with the exception of the model 1A were not designed to play any kind of wax cylinders, including Amberols!
A suitable reproducer will be also necessary. It is usually safe to use the models H, K, R, S and O, where any acoustic playback should be reduced to a possible minimum to reduce wear.
Highly recommended seller, repeat buyer, very pleased fast shipping, well packed. Highly recommended seller, easy to work with, pleased, will buy from again. Quantity Discounts! All records must be picked from this listing. Email with any questions. Everlasting Thanks for visiting this listing!
Tesla, but as Paul Harvey says. In any event, Edison invented and manufactured wonderful phonograph machines. The earliest used wax cylinders and were recorded in 2 or 4 minute versions.
We have had hundreds of requests for cylinders for these players and were fortunate enough to get a continuing number of them. All of our cylinders have been the 4 minute ones. We sold all the , but just got in some new ones. All are in playing condition and have sleeves.Popular content related to Ira D. Sankey & Hymn. Popular content related to Ira D. Sankey & Hymn. Skip navigation Sign in. The Ninety and Nine - Picking the Faith Release Concert by Dean Phelps. Man of Sorrows "The Ninety and Nine", Edison Mixed Quartette by fuzzbear Sankey Medley by moodychurchmedia.