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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Frank Stanley and Byron G. Harlan.

4th. of July in Jayville Center

1116: Indestructible Record

[1909]

2

Frank C. Stanley.

Abide with me

233: U.S. Everlasting Record

[1908]

3

U.S. Symphony Orchestra.

After sunset

1036: U.S. Everlasting

[1910]

4

Fred Van Eps.

Ahoy my lads & L'infanta

1607: U.S. Everlasting

[1912]

5

Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlin.

Alexander's ragtime band

399: U.S. Everlasting

[1911]

6

Edward M. Favor.

All she gets from the iceman is ice

756: Indestructible Record

[1908]

7

Henry Burr.

Along came Ruth

3346: Indestructible Record

[1914]

8

Royal Dadmun.

America, I love you

3352: Indestructible Record

[1915]

9

U.S. Concert Band.

American fantasia

1074: U.S. Everlasting Record

[1909]

10

U.S. Military Band.

American Patrol

229: U.S. Everlasting

[1910]

11

Albert Benzler.

Ancient court whisperings

1506: U.S. Everlasting Record

[1909]

12

Bob Roberts.

And the parrot said

341: U.S. Everlasting

[1911]

13

U.S. Symphony Orchestra.

Angel's serenade

241: U.S. Everlasting

[1910]

14

Walter Van Brunt.

Any place the old flag flies

1394: U.S. Everlasting

[1912]

15

Len Spencer & Charles D'Almaine.

The Arkansaw traveler

1399: U.S. Everlasting

[1912]

16

U.S. Military Band.

Artists life waltz

260: U.S. Everlasting

[1910]

17

Will Oakland.

As I sat upon my mother's knee

1537: U.S. Everlasting

[1912]

18

Joe Parsons.

Asleep in the deep

1008: Lakeside Indestructible Cylinder Record

[1913 or 1914]

19

U.S. Symphony Orchestra.

Awakening of spring

1027: U.S. Everlasting

[1910]

20

U.S. Concert Band ; J. Louis von der Mehden, Jr., director ; W. L. McCoy, lion effects.

Awakening of the lion

1507: U.S. Everlasting

[1912]

21

Albert Campbell & William H. Thompson.

Baby blue eyes

392: U.S. Everlasting

[1911]

22

Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan.

Baby Rose

1246: U.S. Everlasting

[1911]

23

Ada Jones.

Bandy legs

1083: Indestructible Record

[1909]

24

Performer not identified.

Beaumarie

503: U.S. Everlasting Record

[1912]

25

Ada Jones.

Beautiful eyes

345: U.S. Everlasting

[1911]

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