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Number of hits: 16 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

Vocals by the Elite Quartett.

Am meer /

26102: Edison Blue Amberol

2

Indestructible Military Band.

Landler

1105: Indestructible Record

[1909]

3

Ceské Trio z Prahy.

Lándlery Tyrolske

9852: Edison Blue Amberol
9802: Edison Amberol

[1913]

4

United States Marine Band.

Marche militaire

4990: Edison Blue Amberol
9197: Edison Record

[1925]

5

Johann Strauss Orchester.

Marche militaire

26059: Edison Blue Amberol
15107: Edison Amberol

[1910]

6

José Rocabruna.

Romance

460: Edison Amberol

[1910]

7

José Rocabruna.

Romanza expresiva

1877: Edison Blue Amberol
460: Edison Amberol

[1913]

8

Charles D'Almaine.

Schubert's serenade

7192: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1902]

9

Hans Kronold.

Schubert's serenade

8965: Edison Gold Moulded Record

[1905]

10

Thomas Clark.

Schubert's serenade

3700: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[1897 or 1898]

11

Columbia Orchestra.

Schubert's serenade

15045: Columbia Phonograph Co.

[between 1896 and 1900]

12

Venetian Instrumental Trio.

Schubert's serenade

544: Edison Amberol

[1910]

13

Venetian Instrumental Quartet.

Serenade

2882: Edison Blue Amberol
2689: Edison Record

[1916]

14

Ernst Albert Couturier.

Serenade

2945: Edison Blue Amberol
4521: Edison Record

[1916]

15

Albert Spalding (violin) ; André Benoist, (piano).

Valse sentimentale

29058: Edison Royal Purple Amberol
6970: Edison Record

[1920]

16

Frederic Martin.

The wanderer

2403: Edison Blue Amberol

[1914]

 


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