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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Ford Hawaiians.

Akahi hoi

3285: Edison Blue Amberol
5104: Edison Record

[1917]

2

Waikiki Hawaiian Orchestra.

Aloha land

3583: Edison Blue Amberol
6229: Edison Record

[1918]

3

Louise and Ferera.

Aloha oe

3426: Indestructible Record

[1917?]

4

William Smith and Walter K. Kolomoku.

Aloha oe

2701: Edison Blue Amberol
4011: Edison Record

[1915]

5

Octavio Yanez.

Anita

20102: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1907?]

6

The Blue Ridge Duo.

Arkansas traveler

4936: Edison Blue Amberol
9732: Edison Record

[1925]

7

Samuel Siegel and M. Loyd Wolf.

An autumn evening

9014: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1905]

8

Luis y Simon Ramirez.

Caridad

[1900]

9

Ollivotti Troubadours (Michael Banner, violin and Roy H. Butin, guitar).

Carnival of Venice

302: Edison Amberol

[1909]

10

Samuel Siegel and William Smith.

Castilian echoes

30: Edison Amberol

[1908]

11

Luis y Simon Ramirez.

Córdoba

[1900]

12

Samuel Siegel and Roy Butin.

Estellita waltz

840: Indestructible Record

[1908]

13

Luis y Simon Ramirez.

Estudio para guitarra Turca

[1900]

14

Samuel Siegel and Roy H. Butin.

Gavotte

152: Edison Amberol

[1909]

15

Performer not identified.

[Guitar duet]

[between 1890 and 1928]

16

Helen Louise and Palakiko Ferreira [i.e. Frank Ferera].

Hapa haole hula girl

2956: Edison Blue Amberol
4600: Edison Record

[1916]

17

Waikiki Hawaiian Orchestra.

Hawaiian breezes waltz

3616: Edison Blue Amberol
6264: Edison Record

[1918]

18

Helen Louise and Frank Ferera.

Hawaiian hula medley

3065: Edison Blue Amberol
4967: Edison Record

[1917]

19

Helen Louise and Frank Ferera.

Hawiian hula [sic]

3407: Indestructible Record

[1917]

20

Hawaiian Guitars.

Hilo

3410: Indestructible Record

[1917]

21

Helen Louise and Palakiko Ferreira.

Hilo march

2927: Edison Blue Amberol
4602: Edison Record

[1916]

22

Wendell Hall (The Red-headed Music Maker).

It ain't gonna' rain no mo'

4824: Edison Blue Amberol
9191: Edison Record

[1924]

23

Luis y Simon Ramirez.

Jota

[1900]

24

Toots Paka's Hawaiians.

Kaiwi waltz

4031: Edison Blue Amberol
7134: Edison Record

[1920]

25

Helen Louise and Frank Ferera.

Kamehameha

1553: Indestructible Record

[1917]

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