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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Henry Burr.

Abide with me

1085: Indestructible Record

[1909]

2

H. Burr.

Absence makes the heart grow fonder

31549: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1901]

3

Irving Gillette [Henry Burr].

All on account of you

2392: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

4

Vocals by Henry Burr with orchestra accompaniment.

All that I ask of you is love /

1419: Indestructible Record

5

Henry Burr.

Along came Ruth

3346: Indestructible Record

[1914]

6

[Albert] Campbell and [Irving] Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

Always take a girl named Daisy

1762: Edison Blue Amberol

[1913]

7

Henry Burr.

Anona

32316: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1903 or 1904]

8

Elizabeth Spencer and Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

Are you going to dance?

1552: Edison Blue Amberol
1005: Edison Amberol

[1912]

9

Elizabeth Spencer and Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

Are you going to dance?

1005: Edison Amberol

[1912]

10

Tenor solo by Henry Burr ; with orchestra accompaniment.

Ashes of roses.

1272: U.S. Everlasting

11

[Albert] Campbell and [Irving] Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

By the dear old river Rhine

872: Edison Amberol

[1911]

12

Albert H. Campbell and Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

By the dear old river Rhine

2410: Edison Blue Amberol
872: Edison Record

[1914]

13

Albert Campbell and Henry Burr.

By the dear old river Rhine

1197: U.S. Everlasting

[1911]

14

Albert H. Campbell and Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

By the old wishing well

2202: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

15

Henry Burr.

Come unto me

32620: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1905]

16

Frank C. Stanley and Henry Burr.

Dancing sunshine

1066: Indestructible Record

[1909]

17

Irving Gillette [Henry Burr].

Do you remember?

2364: Edison Blue Amberol
1018: Edison Amberol

[1914]

18

Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

Do you remember the last waltz?

1018: Edison Amberol

[1912]

19

Henry Burr.

Do you remember the last waltz?

1500: U.S. Everlasting

[between 1909 and 1912]

20

Albert Campbell and Henry Burr.

Don't bite the hand that's feeding you

3378: Indestructible Record

[1916]

21

Stanley and Gillette.

Down in the little mossy dell

402: Edison Amberol

[1910]

22

Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

Dreaming

9726: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1908]

23

[Frank C.] Stanley and [Irving] Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].

Drink to me only with thine eyes

615: Edison Amberol

[1910]

24

[Henry Burr].

Face to face

85138: Twentieth Century Talking Machine Record

[between 1905 and 1908]

25

Frank Stanley and Henry Burr.

The flowers outside the cafe

679: Indestructible Record

[1907]

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