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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Steve Porter.

Always

[between 1897 and 1900]

2

Albert Sweet.

Arbucklenian polka

2402: Edison Record

[1897 or 1898]

3

Steve Porter.

An armful of kittens and a cat

4559: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1897 and 1900]

4

Issler's Orchestra.

At [?] the four hundred

[between 1896 and 1897?]

5

Spoken by Len Spencer.

Auction sale of pawnbroker's goods.

10001: Columbia Phonograph Co.

6

Steve Porter.

Because

4594: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1897 and 1900]

7

Sousa Grand Concert Band.

Belle of New York

[1896 or 1897]

8

Steve Porter.

A bird in a gilded cage

4608: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1897 and 1900]

9

William Tuson.

The blue bells of Scotland

3402: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1897 or 1898]

10

Instrumental selection performed by the 71st Regiment Band.

Blue bells of Scotland medley.

12: Edison Record

11

George Schweinfest.

Bob White polka

23534: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1897 or 1898]

12

[Herbert] Holcomb.

Bonnie my queen

2825: Chicago Talking Machine Co.

[1897]

13

Edward M. Favor.

Bonnie my queen

6508: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1896 or 1897]

14

Steve Porter.

Bred in Kentucky

4570: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1897 and 1900]

15

Performers not given.

[Brown wax home recording of At a Georgia camp meeting on violin and guitar] /

16

EGW (?).

[Brown wax home recording of experiments recording with horns of different lengths and materials, probably by "EGW"].

17

Performers not given.

[Brown wax home recording of multitracked speech and singing].

18

Performers not given.

[Brown wax home recording of people singing Sing again that sweet refrain, Mrs. McSorley's twins, and You're still my dear old daddy].

19

Performers not given.

[Brown wax home recording of speech followed by people singing Sing again that sweet refrain].

20

Athens Cornet Band.

[Brown wax home recording of Stars and stripes forever by the Athens Cornet Band] /

21

Porter and Harding (copy 1) ; Harlan and Stanley (copy 2).

Bye and bye you will forget me

8404: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1897 and 1899]

22

Banjo duet by Joseph Cullen and William Collins.

California dance.

3901: Columbia Phonograph Co.

23

Unidentified performer.

Call them in

3202: Edison Record

[ca. 1897]

24

Edison Grand Concert Band.

El Capitan march

24: Edison Record.

[1897 or 1898]

25

Charles P. Lowe.

Carnival of Venice

12003: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1896 or 1897]

 

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