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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Imperial Marimba Band.

12th Street rag

4214: Edison Blue Amberol
7541: Edison Record

[1921]

2

United States Marine Band, conducted by William Santelmann.

The 74th regiment band march

4712: Edison Blue Amberol
8615: Edison Record

[1923]

3

Edward Meeker.

The A.O.H's. [sic] of the U.S.A.

2605: Edison Blue Amberol
3632: Edison Record

[1915]

4

Julia Mendes.

A paquerette

22290: Edison Blue Amberol
5052: Edison Amberol

[between 1912 and 1921]

5

Mario Laurenti.

A tanto amor

29026: Edison Blue Amberol
6646: Edison Record

[1919]

6

Otto Clausen.

Aa kjore vatten aa kjoere vé

9227: Edison Blue Amberol
9202: Edison Amberol

[1913]

7

Carsten Woll.

Aa kjöre vatten aa kjöre ve

9246: Edison Blue Amberol
6663: Edison Record

[1920]

8

Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan.

The aba daba honeymoon

2468: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

9

Peerless Orchestra.

Abandonado

3918: Edison Blue Amberol
6964: Edison Record

[1920]

10

Johann Strauss Orchester.

Ein Abend in Toledo

26007: Edison Blue Amberol
15010: Edison Amberol

[1909]

11

Christine Miller.

Abide with me

28178: Edison Blue Amberol
28027: Edison Amberol

[1913]

12

Frank Croxton Quartet [Agnes Kimball (soprano), Nevada van der Veer (contralto), Reed Miller (tenor), and Frank Croxton (bass)] [i.e. Croxton Quartet].

Abide with me

1545: Edison Blue Amberol

[1912]

13

Elizabeth Spencer and Thomas Chalmers.

Abide with me

2798: Edison Blue Amberol
4084: Edison Record

[1916]

14

Mendelssohn Quartett.

Abschied vom Wald

26165: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

15

National Promenade Band.

Ace of diamonds

2240: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

16

Benno Haberl.

Ach so fromm aus Martha

26129: Edison Blue Amberol
15051: Edison Amberol

[1910]

17

Arvid Asplund.

Ack! i Arkadien

9425: Edison Blue Amberol
9400: Edison Amberol

[191-]

18

Ingeborg Laudon.

Ack, Vermeland, du sköna

9432: Edison Blue Amberol
9432: Edison Amberol

[1913]

19

Joel Mossberg.

Ack, Värmeland, du sköna

9457: Edison Blue Amberol
5048: Edison Record

[1916]

20

Adelina Agostinelli.

Addio del passato

28159: Edison Blue Amberol
B170: Edison Amberol

[1913]

21

Elizabeth Spencer.

Adele

2070: Edison Blue Amberol

[1913]

22

Peter Dawson.

The admiral's broom

23338: Edison Blue Amberol
12481: Edison Amberol

[1914 or 1915]

23

Richard Czerwonky.

Adoration

2475: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

24

Lopez and Hamilton's Kings of Harmony Orchestra.

Afghanistan

4043: Edison Blue Amberol
7142: Edison Record

[1920]

25

Irving Kaufman.

After all

3750: Edison Blue Amberol
6648: Edison Record

[1919]

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