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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Performer not identified.

50e brigade

[ca. 1898]

2

H. Burr.

Absence makes the heart grow fonder

31549: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1901]

3

Edison Male Quartette

Adelina, the Yale boola girl

7983: Edison Record

[1901]

4

Instrumental selection performed by Gilmore's Band.

Admiral's favorite march.

1544: Columbia Phonograph Co.

5

Peerless orchestra.

Adoration waltz

7577: Edison Record

[1900]

6

Edison Grand Concert Band.

Adventurer's march

7707: Edison Record

[1901]

7

George Gaskin.

After the ball

[ca. 1893]

8

J.W. Myers.

Alice, where art thou?

5703: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1898 and 1900]

9

Arthur Collins.

All I wants is ma chickens

5425: Edison Record

[1898 or 1899]

10

Steve Porter.

Always

[between 1897 and 1900]

11

Gilmore's Band.

America

1514: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1902?]

12

Gilmore's Band.

America

1514: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1896 and 1900]

13

Edison Grand Concert Band.

American eagle march

7885: Edison Record

[between 1896 and 1901]

14

Edison Grand Concert Band.

American guard march

115: Edison Record

[between 1896 and 1899]

15

Instrumental selection performed by Fife and Drum Corps.

American medley march.

16

Gilmore's Band.

American republic march

1541: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1896 and 1900]

17

Dan W. Quinn.

And the parrot said

[189-]

18

Columbia Orchestra.

Angel's serenade

15132: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1896 and 1900]

19

Metropolitan Orchestra.

Angel's serenata

[189-?]

20

Manhansett Quartette

Annie Laurie

9014: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1896 and 1900]

21

Violin solo performed by Frederick W. Hager.

Annie Laurie.

6700: Edison Record

22

Columbia Orchestra.

[Announcement at beginning of recording inaudible]

[between 1896 and 1901].

23

Albert Campbell.

Answer

[between 1890 and 1902]

24

John York Atlee.

Anvil chorus

[1893]

25

Albert Sweet.

Arbucklenian polka

2402: Edison Record

[1897 or 1898]

 

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