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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Billy Murray.

Are you coming out to-night Mary Ann?

9395: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1906]

2

Billy Murray and chorus.

Are you the O'Reilly?

2655: Edison Blue Amberol
3856: Edison Record

[1915]

3

Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan.

Arrah wanna

9447: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1907]

4

Performers not given.

Backyard conversation between two [jealous] Irish washerwomen

11102: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1901and 1904]

5

George J. Gaskin.

Bedelia

32320: Columbia Record

[1903]

6

Harry Bluff.

Bedelia

6285: Edison Bell Gold Moulded Record

[1904]

7

Anna Case.

Believe me if all those endearing young charms

28108: Edison Blue Amberol
28030: Edison Amberol

[1912]

8

Kitty Berger.

Believe me if all those endearing young charms

2342: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

9

Edison Orchestra.

A bit o' blarney - irish intermezzo

8742: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1904]

10

Mr. Keillor.

[Black wax home recording of Irish immigrant song by Mr. Keillor].

11

William Griggs (?).

[Brown wax home recording of Down on the farm, an Irish-themed song, and a mock dinner prayer by William Griggs (?)].

12

Performers not given.

[Brown wax home recording of man and child singing, speaking, and whistling selections including Santa Claus in Holland, the Lord's prayer, and Irish washerwoman, recorded over piano music].

13

Performer not given.

[Brown wax home recording of man delivering two comic Irish monologs].

14

Performer not given.

[Brown wax home recording of man reciting Lucky Jim and telling a comic story].

15

Frank Lawrence Embree.

[Brown wax home recording of man speaking in mock German and Irish accents, whistling and calling dogs].

16

Frank Lawrence Embree.

[Brown wax home recording of man whistling a duet with himself, then speaking in German and with an Irish accent].

17

James L. Watt (?).

[Brown wax home recording of My wild Irish rose, sung by James L. Watt (?)] /

18

Performer not given.

[Brown wax home recording of singing, whistling, yodeling, and a mock dinner prayer].

19

Performer not given.

[Brown wax home recording of woman singing comic song about courtship].

20

Edward M. Favor.

Call again, Calligen

9159: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1905]

21

John Kaiser.

Casey and his gang of Irish laborers

8360: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1905]

22

Byron G. Harlan and Frank C. Stanley.

Colleen Bawn

9269: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1906]

23

Ernest Pike and Peter Dawson.

Come back to Erin

249: Edison Amberol

[1908]

24

Albert Campbell and Bob Roberts.

Come down McGinty

9381: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1906]

25

[Conversation between Irish-American couple]

[189-?]

 

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