The Gramophone is a monthly classical music magazine that was founded in 1923 by the English-born Scottish author Compton Mackenzie and his brother-in-law – Britain’s first DJ Christopher Stone.
Front cover of The Gramophone, September, 1955. Cost – one Shilling.
The issue I acquired is from September, 1955 – VOL. XXXIII – No. 388. It consists of 68 pages of classical and operatic musical reviews and features. There are a number of adverts dedicated to 1950s music recording technology and related accessories, a small selection of which are featured below.
W.H. Barnes LTD.
Monarch autochanger. Birmingham Sound Reproducers LTD.
Winel gramophone record storage cases.
A festival of favourites from Decca Records.
Record Housing with Nordyk cabinets.
Broadcaster stylus needles.
E.A.R. Balanced High Fidelity. A750 gramophones.
Collaro tape transcription units.
His Master’s Voice vinyl recordings.
Ferrograph tape unit.
Quad II amplifier.
That’s all for this post. Thanks for looking 🙂