b. 13 November 1867, Newark, NJ, USA, d. 19 Feb 1934, Newark, NJ, USA. Playing piano, xylophone and bells Benzler produced many cylinder recordings for Thomas A. Edison’s Country wide Phonograph Firm in the past due 1890s and early 1900s. He produced his acknowledged debut on bells, on 1903’s ‘Alita’. Among various other recordings on bells are ‘Light AS BEING A Feather’ and ‘Two Aged Music’, the last mentioned his last documenting on the device, which he manufactured in 1909. Among his piano recordings was ‘Believe Me, If THOSE Endearing Teen Charms’, which he manufactured in 1907. Pursuing unresolved distinctions with Edison, in 1909 Benzler still left the company to become listed on the U.S. Phonograph Firm as musical movie director. There, he was in charge of many cylinders released beneath the name U-S Everlasting Information, with some labelled as Lakeside on the market through the Montgomery Ward Firm. Benzler’s very own recordings included a single piano edition of ‘Dark And Light Rag’, an extremely early exemplory case of ragtime on record. The business ended its creation of recordings in 1914, hardly ever having moved forwards in to the disc period. Nothing at all of Benzler’s actions after this time has up to now been discovered.