Recording Pioneers


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Theo HEINECKE  (= Kurt Heinecke?).... - ....

aka T. Heinecke, Theo Heinicke, T. Heinicke
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At the same time Nicole Frères, Limited, started another company in the name of The Symphonion Co., London, at 28 Ely :Place, Holborn, to handle 'Symphonion' musical boxes, 'Edison' Phonographs and 'Zonophone' talking machines and 'indestructable' records.
The Manager of The Symphonion Co., London, was Theo Heinicke, who had been in the employ of Deutsche Grammophon, G.m.b.H., for a short time as a recording operator, but then moved on to the International Zonophone Company, Berlin, before being transferred to London.
recorder DEUTSCHE GRAMMOPHON GmbH (excerpt from The Zon-o-phone Record. A discography of recordings produced by the International Zonophone Company and associated companies in Europe and the Americas. 1901-1903 by Ernie Bayly and Michael Kinnear. Victoria, 2001. pp. 16-17)

I [HS] suspect the real name of the manager SYMPHONION Co. London, Theo Heinicke was Kurt Heinecke (see: recording pioneer Kurt HEINECKE)



NOTES

  • The Zon-o-phone Record. A discography of recordings produced by the International Zonophone Company and associated companies in Europe and the Americas. 1901-1903 by Ernie Bayly and Michael Kinnear. Victoria, 2001)


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John B. Milmo