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City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society Monthly Meet-up

16th December 2014 · 7:00pm - 7:00pm

In person | Virtual event

 City of London Phonograph and Gramophone Society Monthly Meet-up

Monthly Meet-up

We meet every third Tuesday of the month, usually in the Bertrand Russell room.

We welcome guests to our monthly meetings and we usually play a few records during the evening or have a guest speaker who will entertain us with a topic relating to recorded music or the machines used to play records or cylinders.

May 20 – Trains or boats or planes.

June 17 – Phil Bennett – “A Night at the Cotton Club”
A selection of the recordings of the various musicians and singers who appeared/might have appeared/could have appeared and in at least instance didn’t appear (because their leader turned the booking down) at the Cotton Club in the 1920s and 1930s.

July 15 – Brian Reynolds talks about “Music While You Work”

August 19 – “Musical Theatre of the 1910s” – Dominic Combe

September 16 – “The rise and fall of audio quality” and “Audio in Wartime”, Sean Davies

October 21 – Barry Renaud and Tony Clayden – part 2 of History of Amplifiers and then “These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things”
Final details to be confirmed

November 18 – Film Music
Bill Dudman

December 16 – Christmas evening

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