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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Vocals by the Spencer Trio.

Alpine specialty.

7708: Columbia Graphophone Grand

2

Columbia Orchestra.

Angel's serenade

15132: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1898 and 1900]

3

Steve Porter.

Because

4594: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1897 and 1900]

4

George J. Gaskin.

Ben Bolt

4057: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1896 and 1900]

5

Steve Porter.

A bird in a gilded cage

4608: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1897 and 1900]

6

Gilmore's Band.

Bridal march from Lohengrin.

1519: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[1901]

7

Frank Lawrence Embree.

[Brown wax home recording of whistling over commercial recording of Jolly coppersmith, played by Sousa's Grand Concert Band, followed by man addressing graphophone].

8

Frank Lawrence Embree.

[Brown wax home recording of whistling over commercial recording of King cotton march, played by Sousa's Grand Concert Band, followed by man addressing graphophone].

9

Columbia Orchestra.

El capitan

15008: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1898 and 1900]

10

Gilmore's Band.

El capitan waltz

1557: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1896 and 1900]

11

Russell Hunting.

Casey at the bat

9649: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[1898]

12

Charles D'Almaine.

Cavalleria rusticana

27001: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[either 1899 or 1900]

13

Vess L. Ossman.

Charlatan march

3850: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1896 and 1899]

14

Gilbert Gerard ; with orchestra.

Chinese song with imitations

[between 1896 and 1901]

15

Greater New York Quartet.

Church scene from the old homestead

9039: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1898 and 1900]

16

John Yorke Atlee.

The devil's march

12610: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1898 and 1912]

17

Columbia Orchestra.

Ecstasy waltz

15022: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1898 and 1900]

18

Vocals by the Greater New York Quartette.

EI Miserere /

9025: Columbia Graphophone Grand

19

Instrumental selection performed by Gilmore's Band.

Emmett's lullaby.

1627: Columbia Graphophone Grand

20

Gilmore's Band.

Evening chimes in the mountains

1626: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1896 and 1900]

21

William Tuson.

Fantasia from La Somnambula

3419: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[1898]

22

Will F. Denny.

The gripman's grip

6376: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1897 and 1899]

23

Sousa's Band.

Invincible eagle march

31633: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[1901]

24

Columbia Orchestra.

Jolly fellows waltz

15151: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1898 and 1900]

25

Steve Porter and Roger Harding.

Just as the sun went down

8498: Columbia Graphophone Grand

[between 1897 and 1899]

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