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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Performer not identified.

50e brigade

[ca. 1898]

2

Performer not identified.

Alleluia d'amour

[ca. 1898]

3

Performer not identified.

Auld lang syne

[ca. 1898]

4

Performer not identified.

Aventure espagnole

[ca. 1898]

5

Performer not identified.

Berceuse de Mignon

[ca. 1898]

6

Performer not identified.

La biche au bois

[ca. 1898]

7

Performer not identified.

Les canards tyroliens

[ca. 1898]

8

Performer not identified.

Cascarinette

[ca. 1898]

9

Performer not identified.

[Cascarinette tyrolienne No. 2]

[ca. 1898]

10

Paul Aumonier.

Le chalet.

[1898]

11

Performer not identified.

La chanson de Marinette

[ca. 1898]

12

Performer not identified.

Chanson de Marinette /

[ca. 1898]

13

Performer not identified.

Le chant du depart

[ca. 1898]

14

Performer not identified.

Le clairon /

15

Performer not identified.

Comin thro the rye

[ca. 1898]

16

Performer not identified.

El correo

[ca. 1898]

17

Performer not identified.

Le crucifix /

[ca. 1898]

18

Performer not identified.

Dixie

[ca. 1898]

19

Performer not identified.

En voulez-vous les z'omards?

[ca. 1898]

20

Performer not identified.

Espana valse

[ca. 1898]

21

Performer not identified.

La favorite.

[ca. 1898]

22

Performer not identified.

La favorite.

[ca. 1898]

23

Performer not identified.

[La fille de Madame Angot].

24

Performer not identified.

Gardes municipaux /

25

Performer not identified.

Gardes municipaux /

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