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Thomas Alva Edison's first recording in his Gramaphone was the voice of Maks Muller.

Thomas Alva Edison was the first to record a short poem message 'Mary had a little lamb' on his gramophone.

Thomas Alva Edison invented the gramophone in 1877. To improve the performance of gramophone, he started experimenting with it, which led him to record the first short message. He recorded, 'Mary had a little lamb,' a small poem on his gramophone.

Thus, Maks Muller was not the first one to record on Thomas Alva Edison's Gramaphone, but it was Edison himself.

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