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This feeling of ambivalence towards 32 Corey Ross recorded music was eloquently expressed by the journalist Paul Schlesinger, who, though clearly delighted with his first gramophone, nonetheless found it difficult to accept its social and cultural implications: A particular conception of what constitutes a respectable way of life lasts for only a limited number of decades – then one has had enough of it and buys a gramophone. One has his convictions, and has championed them for years; then he goes and blissfully does the opposite.

15 Although gramophones became less expensive in real terms by the 1920s, they still represented a significant outlay. In 1929 the simplest tabletop model cost at least 50 RM (more than the average industrial worker’s weekly income of just under 39 RM), a reasonably sturdy model considerably more. Meanwhile, fancier cabinet models might cost as much as 500 RM, while the new combination radio–record apparatuses went for between 800 and well over 1,000 RM. 16 Though prices for musical recordings dropped rapidly during the Depression,17 records continued to represent a significant expense for most Germans.

By 1924, there were already at least two exercise products on the market: Deutsche Grammophon’s three-record set ‘Turne Dich gesund’ and Beka-Records’ ‘Die deutsche Turnplatte’, complete with fold-out illustrations to help people learn the movements: PZ 25 (1924) p. 708. 32 Sonnemann, ‘Der erste deutsche Schallplattentag’, pp. 1730–1. 33 The journal was entitled Kultur und Schallplatte: Mitteilungen der Carl Lindström Kultur-Abteilung Berlin (1929–31). 34 ‘Sprechmaschinen-Konzerte’, PZ 6 (1905), p.

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