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Goldmark   /gˈoʊldmˌɑrk/   Listen
Goldmark

noun
1.
United States inventor (born in Hungary) who made the first TV broadcast in 1940 and invented the long-playing record in 1948 and pioneered videocassette recording (1906-1977).  Synonyms: Peter Carl Goldmark, Peter Goldmark.






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"Goldmark" Quotes from Famous Books



... composer, at a Kneisel Quartet concert in Chickering Hall, Boston, on November 19, 1888, playing the Prelude, Intermezzo, and Presto from his first piano suite, and, with Kneisel and his associates, the piano part in Goldmark's B-flat Quintet. He was cordially received, and Mr. Apthorp, writing in the Transcript of his piano playing, praised his technique as "ample and brilliant," and as being especially admirable "in the higher phases of playing"; "he plays," wrote this critic, "with ...
— Edward MacDowell • Lawrence Gilman



Words linked to "Goldmark" :   Peter Goldmark, artificer, inventor, discoverer, Peter Carl Goldmark



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