After the invention of the Edison phonograph, what was the first song recorded?丨 Night ask

After the invention of the Edison phonograph, what was the first song recorded?丨 Night ask
Answer: Yes.On November 29, 1877, American inventor Thomas Edison first demonstrated the world’s first gramophone he invented.During the gramophone recording experiment, Edison sang the children’s song “Mary has a lamb”, so this song became the first song recorded by artificial recording equipment.”Mary has a lamb” is an American children’s song.Almost every child who learns piano will be exposed to this nursery rhyme.It is said that there is a real story behind this song: there was once a little girl, and a little lamb followed behind every day when she went to school.”Mary has a little lamb, it’s white and hairy, no matter where Mary is, it always runs with it.” There were only these four sentences at first.Later, American female writer Sarah Joseph Hale continued to write 12 sentences before becoming the “Mary has a lamb” that has been circulating to this day.Sa Jianye editor He Jianwei proofreads Guo Li