THE PHONOGRAPH ROOM

is moving...

                  accessories
record labels
45s for sale
(at our GEMM store)

The history of Recorded music

in the home

The Phonograph Room houses our collection of vintage "talking machines" and until closed in November was situated at Brandon Music. NOW AT COMPASS MUSIC AND ARTS CENTER, BRANDON, RE-OPENING MAY 1st.

The collection is intended to be a modest working display, not just a static museum, and machines are in varying condition - several are to be fully restored and rebuilt. We will also be setting up a vintage recording archive with hundreds of 78s & 45s for sale, and phonograph-related prints and gifts.
              coming soon:
gallery
vintage ads
78s for sale
                   

ENTRY: $2.00
The entrance fee and voluntary donations will help us to preserve a fast-disappearing part of our cultural heritage.

OPEN 10-5.00 daily (closed Tuesday)
             

Regular demonstrations /guided talks
(fee $7.00)
when available
Or by appointment

we'll have a number of accessories and gift items for sale: first off check out our own souvenir brand steel needles in three tones
(click 'accessories')

             

records for sale:
until we set up our own sales page, you can see records for sale at GEMM.com - click here
Currently, we have collector's 45s = 78s to come too.

Don't forget we also have a coffee shop, art gallery, gifts/antique shop and CD store of the Divine Art Recordings Group.              
                 
site designed by divine art
last update: March 29, 2014
see list of machines here              
Compass Music and Arts Center, 333 Jones Drive , Brandon, VT 05733, USA (map)
phone: (802) 247 4295    email
Have an old phonograph/radio/obsolete TV (pre-1970) taking up space? The Phonograph Room is always pleased to accpet donations of items, and accessories of any type relating to them such as records of course, old catalogs, ads, magazines, owner manuals, record cleaners and peripherals..... larger items can be accepted for display on 'permanent loan' as with most museums. We also want to build a team of helpers with skill in vintage electronics, cabinet working, and also to assist with guides and security.