The invention of sound recording led to the foundation of sound archives. And the possibility of sound recording was essential for the 'new methods' in comparative musicology, such as transcribing the music (which could now be done far away from the place of recording, with researchers able to listen as often as necessary to the same piece of music), measuring (e.g. pitch, duration, tempo, interpretation),...
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