Albert Spalding: Brahms/Joachim Hungarian Dances (1909)
Edison Amberol: 203.
Year of release from “The Edison Phonograph Monthly,” v.7 (1909).
UCSB Cylinder Audio Archive
Durable URL: http://www.library.ucsb.edu/OBJID/Cylinder1710
The Strad interview with Albert Spalding (1907) here.
“All music that is good appeals to me, but, if I have any preference, it is for the German classical school. Bach and Beethoven are my ideals in music, which, I suppose, is the reason for my great admiration for Joachim.”
“Have you ever met him?”
“Yes, I spent some time with him at his home in Berlin and played for him, and I shall not easily forget his kindness and encouragement.”