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Number of hits: 10 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Leo Slezak.

Celeste Aida

B154: Edison Amberol

[1909]

2

Leo Slezak.

E lucevan le stelle

28146: Edison Blue Amberol
B155: Edison Amberol

[1913]

3

Leo Slezak.

Gegruesst sei mir (cavatine)

40041: Edison Amberol

[1911]

4

Leo Slezak.

Lenz

40034: Edison Amberol

[1910]

5

Leo Slezak.

Morte d'Otello, niun mi tema

B153: Edison Amberol

[1909]

6

Leo Slezak.

Ora per sempre

B156: Edison Amberol

[1909]

7

Leo Slezak.

Preislied

40038: Edison Amberol

[1910]

8

Leo Slezak.

Schwanenlied und Abschied vom Schwan

B159: Edison Grand Opera Amberol Record

[1909]

9

Leo Slezak.

Tannhauser.

B151: Edison Amberol

[1909]

10

Leo Slezak.

Wie eiskalt ist dies Handchen

B158: Edison Amberol

[1909]

 


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