|Collection Descriptive Notes||
Under the supervision of M. Andrade, consultant Bernadino Tun tests the researcher's disc-cutting equipment by making some remarks and singing two songs.
|Collection Technical Notes||
Phonograph record (Andrade's No. 1) is a 10-inch, needle-cut, aluminum disc that forms a subset of the 123 discs Andrade made c. 1933 in the Yucatán. Since Norman McQuown did not consider this a part of the "Cuentos" series (I.D.# 67), he gave it its own shelf code. In 1958 John Wahl dubbed this disc as part of his seven-tape series (see I.D.# 67) making it the first disc in his series.
This collection has no playable audio.