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Kimpton, Diana.
London : Francis Lincoln, 2003.
IL K-3
ISBN 1845072626
Over a hundred years ago, there were no CDs, no videos, no DVDs.  Not even any television or radios.  Can you imagine?  Have you ever thought about who invented some of the things we use everyday?  Well, in the case of music recording, a man by the name of Thomas Edison was the one who first invented a machine that could record music.  It was a pretty fantastic thing and this book will tell you all about it.
SUBJECTS:     Edison, Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931 -- Fiction.
                        Sound recordings -- History -- Fiction.
                        Sound -- Recording and reproducing -- Juvenile fiction.


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