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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Roy Oaks [?].

[1909 Medley played on harmonia]

[1909]

2

Speaker unknown.

[Advice by unknown speaker on how to make best use of one's days].

[189-?]

3

Performer not given.

[Animal noises--cat, chicken, rooster, cow bird, followed by announcement by unidentified male voice].

[between 1890 and 1929]

4

Marie Narelle.

Answer

9226: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1906]

5

Arlen Wesson and Harlan Watson.

Arlen Wesson and Harlan Watson singing One little girl for you

[189-?]

6

Unidentified performer.

Asleep in Jesus

[between 1907 and 1928]

7

Baby not identified.

Baby song

[1892?]

8

Carmi Vaughn, baritone.

[Baritone vocal solo by Carmi Vaughn]

[189-?]

9

Piano duet

The battle cry of freedom

[between 1902 and 1929]

10

Performer not given.

[Bird sounds and piano]

[between 1890 and 1929]

11

Performer not given.

[Black wax home recording at end of commercial recording of Little boy in blue, by Byron G. Harlan].

12

Performers not given.

[Black wax home recording of a group of men singing drinking songs, August 15, 1915].

13

Philomena (?) and Belinda Strandberg (?).

[Black wax home recording of America, sung by Philomena (?) and Belinda Strandberg (?)] /

14

Fineless (?) Edison Band.

[Black wax home recording of band music made via loudspeaker].

15

Performers not given.

[Black wax home recording of banjo duet of Marching through Georgia and Jingle bells].

16

Performer not given.

[Black wax home recording of banjo solo].

17

Performer not given.

[Black wax home recording of banjo solo].

18

Nazareth Hall students.

[Black wax home recording of boys attending Nazareth Hall boarding school, Nazareth, Pennsylvania, April 1, 1914].

19

Performers not given.

[Black wax home recording of brass duet, male conversation in English, and man singing in French].

20

Performers not given.

[Black wax home recording of brass solo and duet].

21

Performers not given.

[Black wax home recording of brass solo and duet with accompaniment from commercial recordings].

22

Performers not given.

[Black wax home recording of brass solo, group singing Travel, travel, little star, and female vocal solo].

23

Performers not given.

[Black wax home recording of brass solo with dog howling and man whistling and calling Muggsy].

24

Resi Fitzinger, Agnes Albrecht, Resi Ledermller.

[Black wax home recording of bridal song (Brautlied) sung in German by Resi Fitzinger, Agnes Albrecht, and Resi Ledermller, November 22, 1912].

25

Several named participants.

[Black wax home recording of compliments by various speakers in German, 1912].

 

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