[78-L] Reginald Foort, organist
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Fri Jan 2 01:05:25 PST 2015
0ER were 10" (as David has said) British mobile van recordings. 301 to 400 were made between 2 June 1938 and 18 May 1939, so 333/4 probably date from late 1938. The square indicates a Blumlein recording (whereas a triangle indicates a Westrex recording).
From: Rodger Holtin <rjh334578 at gmail.com.invalid>
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Sent: Thursday, 1 January 2015, 23:48
Subject: [78-L] Reginald Foort, organist
Not my usual kind of stuff, but I have had the 1939 Victor 26225 of
Finlandia by Reginald Foort ("Recorded in Europe on his Giant Moller Concert
Organ)" since I was a kid and recently digitized it and have been enjoying
it again this afternoon. It must have been quite a challenge to record in
those days. Sounds pretty good today. Knowing a little about him via Wiki,
it would seem this may have been made in England. The first tip-off is the
matrix in the runout OER333 and OER334. Also had Roman numeral II and a
square, both sides.
Anybody tell me when/where this may have been made? Original issue?
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