NASSAUThe 78rpm-Club
Cat# Artist: Title: Matrix Control Cross-reference Date Lyricist – Composer
A-1 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Dixie Dan 9089 45526 Cobb – Furth
A-2 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Honey boy 9021 45518 Norworth – A. Von Tilzer
A-3 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Take me back to New York town 9023 45520 Sterling – H. Von Tilzer
A-4 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Always leave them laughing when you say good-bye 9020 45517 George M. Cohan
A-5 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. piano School days 45457 1907 Cobb & Edwards
A-6 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Would you care? 44439 1905 Chas. K. Harris
A-7 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Nobody’s little girl 8904 45458 Drislane – Morse
A-8 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Two blue eyes. March song 45523 Madden – Morse
A-9 Albert Campbell. tenor solo, w. orch. Dreaming 45532 1907 Heiser – Dailey
A-10 Albert Campbell, tenor solo, w. violin Silver threads among the gold 45453 Rexford – Banks
A-11 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. Love me, and the world is mine 7027 45212 1906 Reed, Jr. – E. R. Ball
A-12 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. piano A dream 44509 1906 Cory – Bartlett
A-13 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. piano Sing me to sleep 6676 44684 1906 Bingham – Green
A-14 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. Dreaming, love, of you 44697 1906 Chas. K. Harris
A-15 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. Moon dear 6890 44804 1906 Manuel Klein
A-16 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. After they gather the hay 7034 45190 1906 J.J. Walker – S.R. Henry
A-17 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. Somewhere 7028 45214 1906 Chas. K. Harris
A-18 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Mariutch down at Coney isle 45468 1907 Sterling – H. Von Tilzer
A-19 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. If I’m going to die, I’m going to have some fun 8633 45467 1907 George M. Cohan
A-20 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Top O’ the morning, Bridget McCue (Irish Dialect) 8931 45465 1907 Sterling – H. Von Tilzer
A-21 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Brother Noah gave out checks for rain 8932 45466 1907 Arthur Longbrake
A-22 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Yankee doodle boy 6288 44474 1905 George M. Cohan
A-23 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Give my regards to Broadway 6665 44681 1906 George M. Cohan
A-24 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Forty-five minutes from Broadway 6805 44753 1906 George M. Cohan
A-25 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Nothing like that in our family 6812 44794 1906 Heelan – Furth
A-26 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. piano The whistling Bowery boy 8684 45359 Bradford – Thurban
A-27 Frank C. Stanley, baritone solo, w. piano When you know you’re not forgotten by the girl you can’t forget 8820 45428 1907 Gardenier – Helf
A-28 Frank C. Stanley, baritone solo, w. piano My dear 45427 1907 D. Reed – E. Ball
A-29 Frank C. Stanley, baritone solo, w. orch. The last rose of Summer is the sweetest song of all 45433 1907 Harry Sidney
A-30 Miss Ada Jones, soprano solo, w. orch. I’d rather two-step than waltz, Bill 45448 Benjamin Hapgood Burt
A-31 Miss Ada Jones, soprano solo, w. orch. If the man in the moon were a coon 45215 1906 Fred Fisher
A-32 Miss Ada Jones, soprano solo, w. orch. Ethel Levey’s “Virginia song” 7015 45218 1906 Cohan
A-33 Miss Ada Jones, soprano solo, w. orch. It’s all right in the summer time 7040 45217 1906 F. Murray – G. Everard
A-34 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Every little bit added to what you’ve got makes just a little bit more 8837 45438 1907 L.M. Dillon – W. Dillon
A-35 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Reed bird – “The Indian bride”. Indian sketch 8842 45440 1907 David Reed
A-36 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Bake dat chicken pie 8833 45435 1907 Frank Dumont
A-37 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Many’s the time 8834 45436 1907 Rose – Fisher
A-38 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. And a little bit more 8836 45437 1907 Fred Fisher
A-39 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Good-a-bye, John!, from “The red mill” 45350 1907 H. Blossom – V. Herbert
A-40 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Who? Me? 45470 1907 Ted Snyder
A-41 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Who do you love ? 8955 45473 1907 B. Cole – J. R. Johnson
A-42 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Oh, oh, miss Lucy Ella 45471 1907 Sterling – H. Von Tilzer
A-43 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. In monkey land 8958 45472 Drislane – Morse
A-44 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Waltz me around again, Willie 6934 44995 1906 Cobb – Shields
A-45 Len Spencer & Ada Jones, w. orch. Becky and Izzy, a Yiddish courtship. Spoken & descriptive specialties 8874 45450 Gus Edward
A-46 Len Spencer & Ada Jones, w. orch. Minnie and Herman 8873 45449 Len Spencer
A-47 Len Spencer & Ada Jones, w. orch. The original Cohens. Soken & descriptive specialties 44779 Len Spencer
A-48 Len Spencer & Ada Jones, w. orch. Travel on. Descriptive scene and vocal 7024 45199 1906 B. Johnson & L. Spencer – Brymn
A-49 A. Collins & B. Harlan, sketch w. piano Closing time in a country grocery. Vaudeville 8116 44927 1906 Byron G. Harlan
A-50 Len Spencer & Ada Jones, w. orch. Just for to-night 45530 1907 George L. Cobb
A-51 Male quartette, vocal Love’s old sweet song 44959 C. Bingham – J.L. Molloy
A-52 Male quartette, vocal unacc. Kentucky babe 8621 44958 R.H. Buck – Geibel
A-53 Male quartette, vocal unacc. Steamboat leaving wharf at New Orleans 6699 44688 Godfrey Marks
A-54 Male quartette, vocal Sleigh ride party 6701 44686
A-55 Cal Stewart, monologue Uncle Josh and the insurance company. Descriptive specialties 44855 Cal Stewart
A-56 Cal Stewart, monologue Uncle Josh at the Whitehouse 44858 Cal Stewart
A-57 Cal Stewart, monologue Uncle Josh and the fire department 44859 Cal Stewart
A-58 Cal Stewart, monologue Uncle Josh and the labor union 9015 45503 1907 Cal Stewart
A-59 First minstrel show, w. orch. I kind a like to have you fussin’ ’round (B. Murray & chorus) 6907 45000
A-60 Second minstrel show, w. orch. Goodbye mister Greenback – minstrel (A. Collins) 6903 45181 Thos S. Allen
A-61 Third minstrel show, w. orch Stand up and fight (chorus) ; Dixie dear – minstrel (B. Murray) 45001 L.C. Reimer – M. Melville
A-62 Harry Spencer, short talk On trousers. Characteristic short talk. 8582 44848
A-63 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Ave Maria 45248 1906 Charles Gounod
A-64 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Spring song 45461 1907 F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
A-65 Frederic Voelke, violin solo Gypsy solo from “Friend Fritz” 7093 45230 1906 Mascagni
A-66 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Berceuse “Slave” 8949 45480 1907 F. Neruda
A-67 Leo Madaer, clarinet solo, w. piano Old folks at home 44844 Oxford 11844; Concert 74844 Stephen Collins Foster
A-68 Leo Madaer, clarinet solo, w. piano Comin’ thro’ the rye 8644 44843 Oxford 11843 Scots traditional
A-69 Leo Madaer, clarinet solo, w. piano Sally in our alley 44845 Henry Carey
A-70 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Popularity 8977 45477 1907 George M. Cohan
A-71 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano La petite tonkinoise 8978 45476 H. Christiné – Scotto
A-72 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Medley, old black Joe and Suwanee river 8982 45483 1907 S. Collins Foster
A-73 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Bill Simmons medley 8976 45486 1907 George A. Spink
A-74 Bohumir Kryl, cornet solo, w. orch. The lost chord 45316 Arthur Sullivan
A-75 Bohumir Kryl, cornet solo, w. orch. The Whirlwind polka 8404 45303 Jules Levy
A-76 Edward F. Rubsam, bell solo, w. orch. Pretty as a butterfly 6568 44599 Bobby Newcomb
A-77 Harry Yerkes, bell solo, w. orch. Sun-rays 9040 45522 1907 F.D. Wood
A-78 Harry Yerkes, xylophone solo, w. orch. A true soldier 9043 45521 1907 Joseph Lacalle
A-79 Bugle call Rough riders in charge up San Juan hill 8584 44841
A-80 Band William Tell – overture 8527 45346 Gioacchino Rossini
A-81 Band Paderewski’s minuet 8565 44887 Ignace Jan Paderewski
A-82 Band The star spangled banner 44893 1907 Samuel Arnold
A-83 Band Overture to Semiramide 8525 45347 1907 Gioachino Rossini
A-84 Band La Sorella 8387 45292 1906 C. Borel-Clerc & L. Gallini
A-85 Band The free lance march 8562 44897 John Philip Sousa
A-86 Band Radium march 8572 44895 Mace Gay
A-87 Band Poet and peasant Overture 8393 45297 1906 Franz von Suppé
A-88 Band Stars and stripes forever 8402 44494 John Philip Sousa
A-89 Band Manhattan beach march 9006 45497 1907 John Philip Sousa
A-90 Band Ye ancients march 9001 45493 1907 David Wallis Reeves
A-91 Band The peacemaker march 9004 45495 1907 Harry L. Alford
A-92 Band Alice Blue waltz 9010 45500 1907 Harry Tierney
A-93 Band Pekin peeks 45490 1907 Wade
A-94 Band Poor John. Medley 45999 1907 Henry E. Pether
A-95 Orchestra The whistler and his dog 44606 Arthur Prior
A-96 Orchestra Intermezzo from “Cavalleria rusticana” 9066 45543 Pietro Mascagni
A-97 Orchestra Yankee girl, march and two-step 44986 J. B. Lampe
A-98 Orchestra Way down upon the Suwanee river 8427 44968 Stephen Collins Foster
A-99 Orchestra Woodland selections 45535 Gustav Luders
A-100 Orchestra Hearts and flowers 45534 1907 Tobani
B-1 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Way down in colon town 9091 45541 1908 Madden – Hoffmann
B-2 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Make a lot of noise – from “The honeymooners” 9024 45536 1908 George M. Cohan
B-3 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. So what’s the use? – from “The yankee tourist” 45531 1908 Edward Montague
B-4 Albert Campbell. tenor vocal w. orch. Take me with you in your dreams 9081 45542 1908 J.E. Fay – J.B. Oliver
B-5 Albert Campbell. tenor vocal w. orch. ‘Neath the old acorn tree, sweet Estelle 45539 1908 Denison – Helf
B-6 Frank C. Stanley, solo, w. orch. The birthday of a king 9115 45554 1908 W. Neidlinger
B-7 Frank C. Stanley, solo, w. orch. The armorer’s song 9116 45557 1908 H. B. Smith – De Koven
B-8 Frank C. Stanley, solo, w. organ On Calvary’s brow 9123 45546 1908 J.R. Sweney
B-9 Alan Turner, baritone solo, w. piano Star of Eve (Tannhauser) 9125 45556 1908 Richard Wagner:
B-10 Alan Turner, baritone solo, w. orch. In happy moments – from “Maritana” 9127 45545 1908 Fitzball – W.V. Wallace
B-11 Percy Hemus, baritone solo, w. orch. The sailor’s prayer 45527 1907 Tito Mattei
B-12 Billy Murray & Ada Jones, duet, w. orch. Smile, smile, smile 9108 45540 1908 Madden – Hoffmann
B-13 Billy Murray & Ada Jones, duet, w. orch. Make believe 9109 45544 1908 Theodore F. Morse
B-14 Cal Stewart, monologue Uncle Josh’s second visit to New York 9018 45505 1908 Cal Stewart
B-15 Harold Eisenberg. Violin solo, piano acc. Chopin’s Nocturne in E flat 45481 1908 Chopin
B-16 Orchestra Jolly elks patrol 9072 45538 1908 Hugo Frey
B-17 Orchestra w. French horn Aubade fleurie – intermezzo 45537 1908 Maurice Pesse
B-18 Orchestra The little cherub – selections 9067 45552 1908 Ivan Caryll
B-19 Band Gloomy Gus : characteristic march and two-step 45551 1908 Nick Brown & John Frew
B-20 Band Ernani : selection 45550 1908 Giuseppe Verdi
B-21 Band The merry widow waltz 9150 45549 1908 Franz Lehár
B-22 Band Barbier de Seville, overture 9140 45566 1908 Gioachino Rossini
B-23 Band Boston commandery march. Intro. “Onward Christian soldiers” 9148 45567 1908 1- T.M. Carter / 2- Sullivan
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B-25 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Somebody’s been around since I’ve been gone 45563 1908 P. West – J.W. Bratton
B-26 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. The waning honeymoon W. Adam & Hough – J. Howard
B-27 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Gee Whiz! Ain’t It tough to be poor? 9022 45525 1908 W.M. Cook, J. Jordan & J.T
B-28 Frank C. Stanley, baritone solo, w. orch. Bedouin love’s song 45573 1908 Taylor – Pinsuti
B-29 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. The best I get is much obliged to you (Girl behind the counter) 9227 45529 1908 Benjamin Hapgood Burt
B-30 Billy Murray & Ada Jones, duet, w. orch. Wouldn’t you like to have me for a sweetheart? 9106 45564 1908 W. Irwin – Robyn
B-31 John Dolan, cornet solo. Orch. acc. The Pyramids 45572 1908 A. Liberati
B-32 Harry Yerkes, bell solo, w. orch. Simplicity – intermezzo 9182 45612 1908 Hans S Line
B-33
B-34 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano The smiler 8974 45484 1908 Percy Wenrich
B-35 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Souvenir 8822 45464 1908 Franz Drdla
B-36 Eliz. Wheeler & Wm. Wheeler, duet, w. orch. I love you so – from “The merry widow” 45571 1908 Franz Lehár
B-37 Elizabeth Wheeler, sop. w/ vocal qtte and orch. Vilia song – from “The merry widow” 45645 1908 Franz Lehár
B-38
B-39 Percy Hemus, baritone solo, w. orch. Maxim’s – from “The werry widow” 9199 45569 1908 Franz Lehár
B-40 Orchestra La cinquantaine 9068 45559 1908 Gabriel-Marie
B-41 Orchestra Cavalleria rusticana : intermezzo 9066 45543 1908 Pietro Mascagni
B-42 Orchestra Dream of the mountains 9178 45568 1908 August Labitzky
B-43 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. I’m looking for the man who wrote “The merry widow waltz” 9213 45597 1908 Selden – Furth
B-44 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. I want you – from” Talk of New York” 9217 45598 1908 George M. Cohan
B-47 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Don’t worry 45590 1908 Ed Rose – Ted Snyder
B-48 Alan Turner, baritone solo, w. orch. Good-bye, sweetheart, good-bye 45585 1908 R.F. Williams – J.L. Hatton
B-49 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. I’m afraid to come home in the dark 9203 45584 1908 H. Williams – E. Van Alstyne
B-50 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Just because he couldn’t sing, ‘Love me and the world is mine” 9207 45583 1908 Bert Fitzgibbon
B-51 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. I got to see the minstrel show 9205 45591 1908 V. Bryan – H. Von Tilzer
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B-54 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Rain-in-the-face 9224 45588 1908 B. Hapgood Burt
B-55 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Maple leaf rag 45600 1908 Scott Joplin
B-56 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo & piano acc. Much obliged to you / I am afraid to come in the dark / Rather two-step then waltz medley 9237 45601 1908 Burt / Van Alstyne / Burt
B-57 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano, w. pia, vio. & fl. Good-bye 9229 45582 1908 White-Melville – Tosti
B-58 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano, w. pia, vio. & fl. Dreams 9230 45581 1908 Anton Strelezki
B-59 Band selection Peer Gynt suite No. 1 (part II, Opus 46) The morning 9142 45592 1908 Edvard Grieg
B-60 Band selection Peer Gynt suite No. 1 (part II, Opus 46) The death of Ase 9143 45593 1908 Edvard Grieg
B-61 Band selection Peer Gynt suite No. 1 (part III, Opus 46) Anitra’s dance 9144 45594 1908 Edvard Grieg
B-62 Band selection Peer Gynt suite No. 1 (part IV) In the hall of the mountain king 9145 45595 1908 Edvard Grieg
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B-66 Band selection Bridal chorus. From Lohengrin 9151 45579 1908 Richard Wagner
B-67 Band selection Lustspiel overture 45576 1908 Béla Kéler
B-68 Band selection Flag of victory march 9154 45577 1908 Franz von Blon
B-69 Alan Turner, baritone vocal, w. orch. Let me love thee 9132 45575 1908 Maynard – Arditi
B-70 Alan Turner, baritone solo, w. orch. For all eternity 45553 1908 Mazzoni – A. Mascheroni
B-71 Natalie Helmar, soprano, w. pia, vio. & fl. In the land of golden dreams 9231 45580 1908 C. Freeborn – Woolf
B-72 Band A waltz dream 9252 45620 1908 Oscar Straus
B-73 Band The glow worm 9259 45618 1908 Paul Lincke
B-74 Band Genee (Genee’s famous dance) 9256 45611 1908 Maurice Levi
B-75 Orchestra Medley of Irish jigs and reels 9274 45630 traditional
B-76 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo & piano acc. March Arabia 9238 45603 1908 L. Buck – adap. Ossman
B-77 Vess L. Ossman. Banjo solo, acc. Piano Cotton 9236 45610 1908 Albert Von Tilzer
B-78 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Under any old flag at all 9216 45602 1908 George M. Cohan
B-79 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. I’d rather be a lobster than a wise guy 9218 45609 1908 Madden – Morse
B-80 Alan Turner, baritone w. orch. The toreador’s song – from “Carmen” 45560 1908 Georges Bizet
B-81 Alan Turner, baritone w. orch. Forgotten 45604 1908 Wulschner – E. Cowles
B-82 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Ragtime don’t go with me no more 9265 45624 1908 Woodward – Lowitz
B-83 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Common sense
B-84 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Daddy’s little tom-boy girl 9268 45690 1908 R.F Roden – J Fred Helf
B-85 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Hoo-oo! Ain’t you coming out tonight? 9269 45627 1908 Herbert Ingraham
B-86 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. My gal Irene 9271 45628 1908 B. Hapgood Burt
B-87 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Has anybody seen my Husband? 9272 45629 1908 A.J. Lamb – A. Gumble
B-88 F.C. Stanley & Mrs. Stevenson, duet, w. orch. I love you so – from “The Merry Widow” 9284 45623 1908 Franz Lehár
B-89 Mixed quartette, vocal w. orch. Women – from “The Merry Widow” 9279 45608 1908 Franz Lehár
B-90 F.C. Stanley & Mrs. Stevenson, duet, w. orch. The cavalier – from “The Merry Widow” 9283 45622 1908 Franz Lehár
B-91 Frank C. Stanley. With chorus & orch. Quite parisienne – from “The Merry Widow” 45621 1908 Franz Lehár
B-92 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. See Saw 9093 45528 1908 Jessie L. Gaynor
B-93 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. True heart G. Graff – E.R. Ball
B-94 Alan Turner, baritione w. orch. The rosary 9164 45605 1908 R.C. Rogers – E.W. Nevin
B-95 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano solo, w. orch. Happy li’l Sal 9303 45636 1908 R. F. Outcault – C. Jacobs-Bond
B-96 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano w. orch. & violin Ave Maria 9295 45633 1908 Charles Gounod
B-97 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano The Sousa swing 9241 45599 1908 Charles B Brown
B-98 Band Swedish guard march 9294 45617 1908 O. J. Lovander
B-99 Band Liberty bell march 9250 45619 1908 John Philip Sousa
B-100 Band Busy bee march 9254 45614 1908 M.W. Butler
C-1 Band Thro’ the world. March 45634 1908 Santelmann
C-2 Harry Yerkes, bell solo, w. orch. Simplicity – intermezzo 9182 45612 1908 Hans F. Liné
C-3 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Träumerei – Reverie 45632 Robert Schumann
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C-5 Male quartette, vocal acc. orch. My old Kentucky home 9304 45637 1908 Stephen Collins Foster
C-6 Peerless Quartette, male vocal Nearer, my god to thee 9305 45639 1908 S.F. Adams – L. Mason
C-7 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. When a fellow’s on the level with a girl that’s on the square 9212 45615 George M. Cohan
C-8 Henry Burr, tenor vocal Love me to-day, to-morrow may never come C. Roma – E.R. Ball
C-9 Henry Burr, tenor vocal A song of sleep O. Comettant
C-10 Arthur Collins, baritone vocal Love me to-day, to-morrow may never come C. Roma – E.R. Ball
C-11 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Honey, won’t you please come down? 9273 45638 David Reed
C-12 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Just help yourself 45474 1908 A.B. Sterling – H. Von Tilzer
C-13 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Smarty 45657 J. Norworth – A. Von Tilzer
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C-18 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Nothing hardly ever troubles me 45659 1908 J. Norworth – A. Von Tilzer
C-19 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Mother hasn’t spoken to Father since 45665 W. Jerome – J. Schwartz
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C-21 Steve Porter, recitation The lord’s prayer & Twenty-third psalm 45654
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C-23 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano solo In the calmness – from “Romeo and Juliette” Charles Gounod
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C-27 Sigmund Clup, violin solo Lucia sextette 9300 45664 Gaetano Donizetti
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C-32 Orchestra La Paloma 9348 45661 Sebastián Yradier
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C-34 Dolan (cornet) and Finnie (trombone) Anthony and Cleopatra 9351 45666 Riviere
C-35 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Bye-bye, dearie 9094 45676 A. Sterling – H. Von Tilzer
C-36 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Parson Jones’ three reasons A. Longbrake
C-37 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Come on kiss your baby 45675 Sadie Mae Clark
C-38 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Love me like I love to be loved 45679 E. Jones & A. Bryan – G. Meyer
C-39 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano w.viol. fl. & pia. His buttons are marked U.S. 45668 M.N. Bradford – C. Jacobs-Bond
C-40 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano acc. piano Last rose of summer 9359 45669 Thomas Moore
C-41 Elizabeth Wheeler. Soprano & piano acc. Poor li’l lamb 9357 45672 Dunbar
C-42 Alan Turner, baritone w. orch. Star of my life E. W. Corliss
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C-44 Percy Hemus, baritone solo, w. orch. Irish love song M. Ruthven Lang
C-45 Orchestra, w. Joseph Belmont, whistling Snow bird mazurka 9346 45670 F. Wohanka
C-46 F.C. Stanley & male quartette, w. orch. Sweetheart days 9308 45667 L.W. Heiser – J.A. Dailey
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C-48 Band The tourist 9258 45677 C. Michael Ziehrer
C-49 Band Blue Danube waltz 9262 45616 1908 Johann Strauss
C-50 Band The diplomat march 9248 45644 Sousa
C-51 Band Under one flag : march A. Buglione
C-52 Band Over the waves, waltz 8526 45348 Juventino Rosas
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C-54 Ian Colquhoun, baritone vocal, organ acc. The Holy City 8753 45386 F.E. Weatherly – S. Adams
C-55 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Träumerei 8205 45252 Robert Schumann
C-56 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Red wing 9392 45697 Chattaway – Mills
C-57 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Childhood 9364 45691 Kerry Mills
C-58 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Every Mother’s son there sang “The wearing of the green” Joseph M. Hollander
C-59 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano solo, w. orch. Are you sincere? 9390 45699 A. Bryan – A. Gumble
C-60 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Cohan`s Rag babe – from “Yankee Prince” 45686 George M. Cohan
C-61 George Madden, baritone solo, w. orch. Roses bring dreams of you 9440 45704 1908 Herbert Ingraham
C-62 George Madden, baritone solo, w. orch. Just some one Will R. Anderson
C-63 George Madden, baritone solo, w. orch. Some time Harry Von Tilzer
C-64 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Don’t take me home 45712 1908 V. Bryan – H. Von Tilzer
C-65 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Mandy lane William J. McKenna
C-66 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Take plenty of shoes 45714 W.D. Cobb – M. Gideon
C-67 Alan Turner, baritone w. string orch. The lost chord 9166 45682 1908 A.A. Procter – Arthur Sullivan
C-68 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano The swallow – Villanelle 9302 45687 1908 Dole – Dell’Acqua
C-69 William Wheeler, tenor solo, w. orch. Mary of Argyle 45701 C. Jefferys – S. Nelson
C-70 Mrs. Wheeler & Miss Patterson, duet, w. orch. Oh, that we two were maying 9402 45702 1908 C. Kingsley – W. Smith
C-71 Fred Van Eps, banjo solo Dill pickles 45709 1908 Chas. L. Johnson
C-72 Piccolo solo (M. Briglio) Sweet birdie polka 45710 1908 John S Cox
D-101 Band Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana 8531 44867 Pietro Mascagni
D-101 Band Poet and peasant overture 8393 45297 Franz von Suppé
D-102 Band William Tell – overture 8527 45346 Gioachino Rossini
D-102 Band Paderewski’s minuet 8565 44887 Ignace Jan Paderewski
D-103 Band Barbier de Seville, overture 9140 45566 1908 Gioachino Rossini
D-103 Orchestra Hearts and flowers 45534 1907 Tobani
D-104 Band Overture to Semiramide 8525 45347 1907 Gioachino Rossini
D-104 Band Bridal chorus 9151 45579 1908 Richard Wagner
D-105 Band Stars and Stripes forever. March 8402 44894 1907 John Philip Sousa
D-105 Band The star spangled banner 44893 1907 Samuel Arnold
D-106 Band Sobre las Olas – Over the waves, waltz 8526 45348 1907 Juventino Rosas
D-106 Band The merry widow waltz 9150 45549 1908 Franz Lehár
D-107 Band Blue Danube waltz 45616 Johann Strauss
D-107 Band The waltz dream 9252 45620 1908 Oscar Straus
D-108 Band Liberty Bell march 9250 45619 1908 John Philip Sousa
D-108 Band Fairest of the fair 45756 John Philip Sousa
D-109 Band Gloomy Gus : characteristic march and two-step 45551 1908 Nick Brown; John Frew
D-109 Band The free lance march 8562 44897 John Philip Sousa
D-110 Band Rainbow 45750 Percy Wenrich
D-110 Band Yankee shuffle. March 9650 45730 Fred L. Moreland
D-111 Band The gondolier, waltz 45743 P. Bucalossi
D-111 Band Powhatan’s Daughter march 45754 John Philip Sousa
D-112 Band Dixie rube. Two-step Thos. S. Allen
D-112 Band American jockey march. Descriptive 45751 Milt H. Hall & John N. Klohr
D-113 Band Slidin’ Jim. Comedy & two-step 45752 F. H. Losey
D-113 Orchestra Yankee girl. March & two-step 44986 J. B. Lampe
D-114 Band The glow worm 9259 45618 1908 Paul Lincke
D-114 Band Genee 9256 45611 1908 Maurice Levi
D-115 Band A Frangesa. March 45740 P. Mario Costa
D-115 Band Algeria Victor Herbert
D-116
D-117 Orchestra Way down upon the Suwanee river 8427 44968 Stephen Collins Foster
D-117 Band Flag of victory march 9154 45577 1908 Franz von Blon
D-118 Orchestra La paloma 9348 45661 Sebastián Yradier
D-118 Band Ponca and Judy
D-119 Band Medley Harry Lauder hits Harry Lauder
D-119 Band The new Tipperary Helf & Fulton
D-120 Band Kerry Mills’ barn dance 45755 Kerry Mills
D-120 Band Red wing. Intermezzo 9539 45733 Chattaway – Mills
D-121 Orchestra Medley Irish jigs and reels 9274 45630
D-121 Band Thunder and blazes march 45753 Julius Fucik
D-122 Orchestra The whistler and his dog 6612 44606 1905 Arthur Prior
D-122 Orchestra, w. Joseph Belmont, whistling Snow bird. mazurka 9346 45670 F. Wohanka
D-123 Edward F. Rubsam, bell solo, w. orch. Pretty as a butterfly 6568 44599 Bobby Newcomb
D-123 John Dolan, cornet solo The pyramids 45572 1908 A. Liberati
D-124 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Popularity. March & two-step 8977 45477 1907 George M. Cohan
D-124 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Much obliged to you. Medley 9237 45601 1908 Benjamin Hapgood Burt
D-125 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano La petite tonkinoise 8978 45476 H. Christiné – Scotto
D-125 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Maple leaf rag 45600 1908 Scott Joplin
D-126 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Old black Joe & Swanee river. Medley 8982 45483 1907 S. Collins Foster
D-126 Fred Van Eps, banjo solo Dill pickles 45709 1908 Chas. L. Johnson
D-127 Harry Yerkes, xylophone solo, w. orch. A true soldier 9043 45521 1907 Joseph Lacalle
D-127 Harry Yerkes, bell solo, w. orch. Simplicity – intermezzo 9182 45612 1908 Hans F. Liné
D-128 Bugle Calls Rough riders in charge up San Juan hill 8584 44841
D-128 Leo Madaer, clarinet solo, w. piano Comin’ thro’ the rye 8644 44843 Scots traditional
D-129 Leo Madaer, clarinet solo, w. piano Old folks at home 44844 Stephen Collins Foster
D-129 Harry Yerkes, bell solo, w. orch. Sun-rays 9040 45522 1907 F.D. Wood
D-130 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Spring song 45461 1907 F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
D-130 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Träumerei – Reverie 45632 Robert Schumann
D-131 Frank C. Stanley, baritone solo, w. orch. I wish I had a girl 45749 G. Kahn – G. Le Boy
D-131 George Madden, baritone solo, w. orch. Roses bring dreams of you 9440 45704 1908 Herbert Ingraham
D-132 Peerless Quartette, vocal w. orch. I’ll remember you (Girls of Gottenberg) 45774 V. Bryan – H. Von Tilzer
D-132 F.C. Stanley & male quartette, w. orch. Sweetheart days 9308 45667 L.W. Heiser – J.A. Dailey
D-133 Pete Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. I’m glad I’m married 1909 J. Norworth – A. Von Tilzer
D-133 F.C. Stanley & Mrs. Stevenson, duet, w. orch. Good evening, Caroline! 45757 1909 J. Norworth – A. Von Tilzer
D-134 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. It looks like a big night to-night 45724 H. Williams – Van Alstyne
D-134 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. My bambazoo 45746 N. Stadiger – T. Snyder
D-135 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Don’t take me home 45712 1908 V. Bryan – H. Von Tilzer
D-135 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Mandy lane 1908 William J. McKenna
D-136 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Take plenty of shoes 45714 W.D. Cobb – M. Gideon
D-136 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. I used to be afraid to go home in the dark 9594 45748 H. Williams – Van Alstyne
D-137 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Red wing 9392 45697 Chattaway – Mills
D-137 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Reed bird – “The Indian bride”, Indian sketch 8842 45440 David Reed
D-138 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Cohan`s Rag babe – from “Yankee Prince” 45686 George M. Cohan
D-138 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Yankiana rag E.R. Goetz – M. Gideon
D-139 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Good-a-bye, John!, from “The red mill” 8655 45350 1907 H. Blossom – V. Herbert
D-139 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. In monkey land 8958 45472 1907 Drislane – Morse
D-140 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Bake dat chicken pie 8833 45435 Frank Dumont
D-140 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Who? Me? 8681 45470 1907 Ted Snyder
D-141 Eliz. Wheeler & Wm. Wheeler, duet, w. orch. Cuddle up a little closer, Lovey mine 9691 45770 1909 O. Harbach – K.L. Hoschna
D-141 Mrs. Stevenson & quartette, w. orch. The yama-yama man 9705 45771 1909 C. Davis – K.L. Hoschna
D-142 Cal Stewart, monologue Uncle Josh and the Biliken 9611 45759 Cal Stewart
D-142 Joe Burke, vocal w, orch. acc. For she’s my daisy 8571 45761 Harry Lauder
D-143 Joe Burke, vocal w, orch. acc. The weddin’ O’ Sandy McNab 9574 45741 Harry Lauder
D-143 Joe Burke, vocal Sing ye Dublin jigs
D-144
D-145 F.C Stanley & Henry Burr, duet, w. orch. Rainbow 9591 45758 1909 A. Bryan – P. Wenrich
D-145 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Rain-in-the-face 9224 45588 1908 B. Hapgood Burt
D-146 Mrs. Elise Stevenson, soprano, w, orch. Don’t be cross with me Joseph E. Howard
D-146 George Madden, baritone solo, w. orch. Just some one 1908 Will R. Anderson
D-147 F.C. Stanley & B.G. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Meet me in rose time, Rosie 45768 W. Jerome – J. Schwatz
D-147 Eliz. Wheeler & Wm. Wheeler, duet, w. orch. There’s no moon like the honeymoon 45781 E. Malone – A. Gumble
D-148 Albert Campbell. tenor solo, w. orch. Nobody knows, nobody cares 9645 45773 1909 Chas. K. Harris
D-148 Peerless Quartette, vocal w. orch. Cheer up, cherries will soon be ripe 9652 45744 A. Bryan – J.W. Meyer
D-149 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. To the end of the world with you 45726 Graff & Reed Jr. – E.R. Ball
D-149 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. Love me, and the world is mine 7027 45212 Reed Jr. – E.R. Ball
D-150 Frank C. Stanley, baritone solo, w. orch. Arab love song 9535 45723 1908 G.V. Hobart – S. Hein
D-150 A. Campbell & Henry Burr, duet, w. orch. Faded rose 45763 Caro Roma
D-151 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Childhood 9364 45691 Kerry Mills
D-151 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Hoo-oo! Ain’t you coming out tonight? 9269 45627 1908 Herbert Ingraham
D-152 Alan Turner, baritone solo, w. piano Star of Eve 45556 Richard Wagner
D-152 Alan Turner, baritione solo w. orch. The rosary 9164 45605 1908 R.C. Rogers – E.W. Nevin
D-153 Alan Turner, baritione solo Toreador’s song 45560 1908 Georges Bizet
D-153 Alan Turner, baritone solo, w. orch. In happy moments 9127 45545 1908 Fitzball – W.V. Wallace
D-154 Frank C. Stanley, vocal solo, w. orch. Kathleen Mavourneen 8370 45289 McCartney Crawford – F. Crouch
D-154 Alan Turner, baritione solo w. orch. Forgotten 9163 45604 1908 Wulschner – E. Cowles
D-155 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano w. orch. & violin Ave Maria 9295 45633 1908 Charles Gounod
D-155 Elizabeth Wheeler, acc. viol. fl. & pia. Good-bye 9229 45582 White-Melville – Tosti
D-156 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano solo, w. piano The last rose of Summer 9359 45672 Thomas Moore
D-156 Elizabeth Wheeler, soprano solo In the calmness, from “Romeo and Juliette” Charles Gounod
D-157 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Every Mother’s son there sang “The wearing of the green” Joseph M. Hollander
D-157 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Sullivan 45764 George M. Cohan
D-158 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Honey, won’t you please come down? 9273 45638 David Reed
D-158 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Love me like I love to be loved 45679 E. Jones & A. Bryan – Meyer
D-159 Albert Campbell. tenor solo, w. orch. No one knows Francis Mack
D-159 Alan Turner, baritione solo w. orch. The heart bow’d down 45606 A. Bunn – M.W. Balfe
D-160 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Has anybody seen my Husband? 9272 45629 1908 A.J. Lamb – A. Gumble
D-160
D-161 Albert Campbell. tenor solo, w. orch. Dreaming 45532 Heiser – Dailey
D-161 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. As long as the world rolls on 45747 G. Graff – E.R. Ball
D-162 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. I’m afraid to come home in the dark 9203 45584 1908 H. Williams – E. Van Alstyne
D-162 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Much obliged to you 9227 45529 1908 Benjamin Hapgood Burt
D-163 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. If you’ll remember me. From Chauncey Olcott’s “Ragged Robin”. 45772 1909 G. Graff – E.R. Ball
D-163 Alan Turner, baritione solo w. orch. Let me love thee 9132 45575 1908 W. Maynard – L. Arditi
D-164 Frank C. Stanley, solo, w. organ On Calvary’s brow 9123 45546 1908 J.R. Sweney
D-164 Ian Colquhoun, baritone vocal, organ acc. The Holy City 8753 45386 F.E. Weatherly – S. Adams
D-165 First minstrel show, w. orch. I kind a like to have you fussin’ ’round (B. Murray & chorus) 6907 45000
D-165 Second minstrel show, w. orch. Goodbye mister Greenback – minstrel (A. Collins) 6903 45181 Thos S. Allen
D-166 Third minstrel show, w. orch. Dixie dear – minstrel (B. Murray) 45001 L.C. Reimer – M. Melville
D-166 Harry Spencer, short talk On trousers. Characteristic short talk. 8582 44848
D-167 Cal Stewart, monologue Uncle Josh and the fire department 8637 44859 Cal Stewart
D-167 Andrew Keefe, talking Uncle Josh and the fire department 8637 44859 Cal Stewart
D-167 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh’s second visit to New York 9018 45505 Cal Stewart
D-168 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh and the labor unions 9015 45503 1907 Cal Stewart
D-168 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh and the sailor 45727 1909 Cal Stewart
D-169 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh At the bug house 9014 45502 1907 Cal Stewart
D-169 Cal Stewart Ground hog day at pumpkin center 9016 45504 1907 Cal Stewart
D-170 Male quartette, vocal Steamboat leaving the wharf at New Orleans 6699 44688 Godfrey Marks
D-170 Male quartette, vocal Sleigh-ride party 6701 44686 1906
D-171 Male quartette, vocal w. orch. My old Kentucky home 9304 45637 1908 Stephen Collins Foster
D-171 Male quartette, vocal Nearer, my God, to thee 9305 45639 1908 S.F. Adams – L. Mason
D-172
D-172
D-173 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. I’m looking for a sweetheart and I think you’ll do 45871 Burnside – M. Klein
D-173
X1 Emil Muench, tenor Die Wacht am Rhein 6137D 44352 Schneckenburger – Wilhelm
X2 Emil Muench, tenor Deutschland, Deutschland Über Alles 6281D 44355 Joseph Haydn
X3 Emil Muench, tenor Stille Nacht, Heilige Nacht 6217D 44356 J. Mohr – F.X. Gruber
X4 Emil Muench, tenor Du, du liegst mir im Herzen 6140D 44357 Old German folk song
X5 Emil Muench, tenor Die Lorelei 6112D 44358 H. Heine – F. Silcher
X6 Emil Muench, tenor In einem kühlen Grunde 6141D 44359 Friedrich Glück
X8 Emil Muench, tenor Ich hatt’ einen Kameraden 6138D 44365 traditional German
X9 Emil Muench, tenor Die Alten Deutschen Tranken Immer Noch Eins 6214D 44369 traditional German
25439 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Would you care? 6309 44439 Chas. K. Harris
25474 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Thw Yankee Doodle boy 6288 44474 George M. Cohan
25509 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. piano A dream 44509 Bartlett
25599 Edward F. Rubsam, bells solo, w. orch. Pretty as a butterfly 6568 44599 Bobby Newcomb
25606 Orchestra The whistler and his dog 6612 44606 Arthur Prior
25681 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Give my regards to Broadway 6665 44681 George M. Cohan
25684 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. piano Sing me to sleep 6676 44684 Bingham – Green
25686 Male quartette, vocal Sleighride party 6701 44686
25688 (Rambler) Male quartette, vocal Steamboat leaving wharf at New Orleans 6699 44688 Godfrey Marks
25697 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. Dreaming, love, of you 44697 Chas. K. Harris
25753 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Forty-five minutes from Broadway 6805 44753 George M. Cohan
25779 Len Spencer & Ada Jones, w. orch. The original Cohens – spoken & descriptive specialties 44779 Len Spencer
25794 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Nothing like that in our family 6812 44794 Heelan – Furth
25804 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. Moon dear 6890 44804 Manuel Klein
25841 Bugle calls Rough riders in charge up San Juan hill 8584 44841
25843 Leo Madaer, clarinet solo, w. piano Comin’ thro’ the rye 8644 44843 A68; Oxford 11843 Scots traditional
25844 Leo Madaer, clarinet solo, w. piano Old folks at home 44844 A67; Oxford 11844; Concert 74844 Stephen Collins Foster
25845 Leo Madaer, clarinet solo, w. piano Sally in our alley 44845 Henry Carey
25848 Harry Spencer, short talk On trousers. Characteristic short talk. 8582 44848 Kennedy
25855 Cal Stewart. monologue Uncle Josh and the insurance company 8939 44855 Cal Stewart
25858 Cal Stewart. monologue Uncle Josh at the White House 44858 Cal Stewart
25859 Cal Stewart. monologue Uncle Josh and the fire department 8637 44859 Cal Stewart
25859 Andrew Keefe, talking Uncle Josh and the fire department 8637 44859 Cal Stewart
25867 Orchestra Intermezzo from “Cavalleria Rusticana” 8531 44867 Pietro Mascagni
25887 Band Paderewski’s minuet 8565 44887 Ignace Jan Paderewski
25893 Band The star spangled banner 44893 Key
25894 Band The stars and stripes forever 8402 44894 John Philip Sousa
25895 Band Radium march 8572 44895 Mace Gay
25897 Band The free lance march 8562 44897 John Philip Sousa
25900 Band Poor John medley 44900 Henry E. Pether
26927 A. Collins & B. Harlan, sketch Closing time in a country grocery – vaudeville 8116 44927 Byron G. Harlan
25958 Male quartette, vocal Kentucky babe 8621 44958 R.H. Buck – Geibel
25959 Male quartette, vocal Love’s old sweet song 44959 C. Bingham – J.L. Molloy
25968 Orchestra Way down upon the Suwanee river 8427 44968 Stephen Collins Foster
25486 Orchestra Yankee Girl – march and two-step 44986 J. B. Lampe
25995 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Waltz me around again, Willie 6934 44995 Cobb – Shields
26000 First minstrel show, w. orch. I kind a like to have you fussin’ ’round (B. Murray & chorus) 6907 45000
26001 Third minstrel show, w. orch. Stand up anf fight (chorus) ; Dixie dear – minstrel (B. Murray) 45001 L.C. Reimer – M. Melville
26181 Second minstrel show, w. orch. Goodbye mister Greenback – minstrel (A. Collins) 6903 45181 Thos S. Allen
26190 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. After they gather the hay 7034 45190 J.J. Walker – S.R. Henry
26199 Len Spencer & Ada Jones, w. orch. Travel on – descriptive scene and vocal 7024 45199 B. Johnson & L. Spencer – Brymn
26212 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. Love me, and the world is mine 7027 45212 Reed Jr. – E.R. Ball
26214 Henry Burr, tenor solo, w. orch. Somewhere 7028 45214 Chas. K. Harris
26215 Miss Ada Jones, soprano solo, w. orch. If the man in the moon were a coon 45215 Fred Fisher
26217 Miss Ada Jones, soprano solo, w. orch. It’s all right in the summer time 7040 45217 F. Murray – G. Everard
26218 Miss Ada Jones, soprano solo, w. orch. Ethel Levey’s “Virginia song” 7045 45218 Cohan
26230 Frederic Voelke, violin solo Gypsy solo from “Friend Fritz” 7093 45230 Mascagni
26248 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Ave Maria 45248 Charles Gounod
26292 Band La Sorella 8387 45292 C. Borel-Clerc & L. Gallini
26297 Band Poet and peasant overture 8393 45297 Franz von Suppé
26303 Bohumir Kryl, cornet solo, w. orch. The Whirlwind polka 8404 45303 Jules Levy
26316 Bohumir Kryl, cornet solo, w. orch. The lost chord 45316 Arthur Sullivan
26346 Band William Tell – overture 8527 45346 Gioachino Rossini
26347 Band Overture to Semiramide 8525 45347 Gioachino Rossini
26350 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. (Sung with An Italian Accent) Good-a-Bye John! 8655 45350 H. Blossom – V. Herbert
26359 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. piano The whistling Bowery boy 8684 45359 Bradford – Thurban
26427 Frank C. Stanley, baritone solo, w. piano My dear 45427 D. Reed – E. Ball
26428 Frank C. Stanley, baritone solo, w. piano When you know you’re not forgotten by the girl you can’t forget 8820 45428 Gardenier – Helf
26433 Frank C. Stanley, baritone solo, w. orch. The last rose of summer Is the sweetest rose of all 45433 Harry Sidney
26435 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Bake dat chicken pie 8833 45435 Frank Dumont
26436 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Many’s the time 8834 45436 Rose – Fisher
26437 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. And a little bit more 8836 45437 Fred Fisher
26438 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Every little bit added to what you’ve got makes just a little bit more 8837 45438 L.M. Dillon – W. Dillon
26440 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Reed bird – “The Indian bride”, Indian sketch 8842 45440 David Reed
26448 Miss Ada Jones, soprano solo, w. orch. I’d rather two-step than waltz, Bill 45448 Benjamin Hapgood Burt
26449 Len Spencer & Ada Jones, w. orch. Minnie and Herman 8873 45449 Len Spencer
26450 Len Spencer & Ada Jones, w. orch. Becky and Izzy, a Yiddish courtship – spoken & descriptive specialties 8874 45450 Gus Edward
26453 Albert Campbell, tenor solo, w. violin Silver threads among the gold 45453 Rexford – Banks
26457 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. School days 45457 Cobb & Edwards
26458 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Nobody’s little girl 8904 45458 Drislane – Morse
26461 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Spring song 45461 F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
26465 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Top O’ The Morning, Bridget McCue 8931 45465 Sterling – H. Von Tilzer
26466 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Brother Noah gave out checks for rain 8932 45466 Arthur Longbrake
26467 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. If I’m going to die, I’m going to have some fun 8633 45467 George M. Cohan
26468 Arthur Collins, baritone solo, w. orch. Mariutch down at Coney Isle 45468 Sterling – H. Von Tilzer
26470 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Who? Me? 8681 45470 Ted Snyder
26471 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Oh, oh, miss Lucy Ella 45471 Sterling – H. Von Tilzer
26472 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. In monkey land 8958 45472 Drislane – Morse
26473 A. Collins & B. Harlan, duet, w. orch. Who do you love? 8955 45473 B. Cole – J. R. Johnson
26476 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano La petite tonkinoise 8978 45476 H. Christiné – Scotto
26477 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Popularity 8977 45477 George M. Cohan
26480 Harold Eisenberg, violin solo, w. piano Berceuse “Slave” 8949 45480 F. Neruda
26483 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Medley – Old black Joe & Swanee river 8982 45483 S. Collins Foster
26486 Vess L. Ossman, banjo solo, w. piano Bill Simmons medley 8976 45486 George A. Spink
26490 Band Pekin peeks 45490 Wade
26493 Band Ye ancients march 9001 45493 David Wallis Reeves
26495 Band The peacemaker march 9004 45495 Harry L. Alford
26497 Band Manhattan beach March 9006 45497 John Philip Sousa
26500 Band Alice Blue waltz – (Dedicated to Alice Roosevelt) 9010 45500 Harry Tierney
26503 Cal Stewart, monologue Uncle Josh and the labor union 9015 45503 Cal Stewart
26517 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Always leave them laughing when you say good-bye 9020 45517 George M. Cohan
26518 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Honey boy 9021 45518 Norworth – A. Von Tilzer
26520 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Take me back to New York town 9023 45520 Sterling – H. Von Tilzer
26521 Harry Yerkes, xylophone solo, w. orch. A true soldier 9043 45521 Joseph Lacalle
26522 Harry Yerkes, bell solo, w. orch. Sun-rays 9040 45522 F.D. Wood
26523 Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo, w. orch. Two blue eyes. March song 45523 Madden – Morse
26526 Billy Murray, tenor solo, w. orch. Dixie Dan 9089 45526 Cobb – Furth
26530 Len Spencer & Ada Jones, w. orch. Just for tonight 45530 Frank O. French
26532 Albert Campbell. tenor solo, w. orch. Dreaming 45532 Heiser – Dailey
26534 Orchestra Hearts and flowers 45534 Tobani
26535 Orchestra Woodland selections 45535 Gustav Luders