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Sound of Song

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Sound of Song

Post by RichardH »

Not had chance to watch this, but looks well worth catching
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Post by oxblood »

Enjoyed the first episode, mainly for the section on early acoustic recording technology and the social impact of recorded music in the Edwardian era. Neil Brand knows his subject (as well he should) and presents it well, but the time constraints and dumbed-down production values of modern TV mean that much technical detail is at best skimmed over or fudged. Still worth viewing, though.
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Post by neepheid »

I enjoyed it, looking forward to the rest of it.
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