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Number of hits: 20 Records    

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Performer(s)

Title

Issue Number/Label

Year of Release

1

At the Adelphi

114: Sterling Record

[1905 or 1906]

2

Alexander Prince and Orchestra.

Il bacio

399: Sterling Record

[1908]

3

Sig. Resky.

Bella siccome un angelo

622: Sterling Record

[1906]

4

M. [McNaughton] Duncan.

Bonnie Dundee

1044: Sterling Record

[1908]

5

Principals, Chorus and Orchestra.

Farewell my own

951: Sterling Record

[1907]

6

H. Dearth, B. Turner, Chorus & Orchestra.

He is an Englishman

950: Sterling Record

[1907]

7

Arthur Gilbert & Orchestra.

I'm afraid

285: Sterling

[1906]

8

Alec Patterson.

Macgregor's gathering

284: Sterling Record

[1905 or 1906]

9

Walter Hyde.

A maiden fair to see

943: Sterling Record

[1907]

10

Albert Whelan and Orchestra.

The miser

1033: Sterling Record

[1907]

11

Frank Stafford.

The mockingbird

5015: Sterling Record

[1905]

12

E. Pike, W. Hyde, & Ada Florence.

Never mind the why and wherefore

948: Sterling Record

[1907]

13

London Infantry Band.

Old English melodies

631: Sterling Record

[1908]

14

Fred Daniels.

The playwright

980: Sterling Record

[1908]

15

Herbert Payne [a.k.a. Ernest Pike].

Rowing to Hampton Court

756: Sterling Record

[1907]

16

Mr. [Archie] Anderson.

Sir Joseph Porter's song

945: Sterling Record

[1907]

17

Albert Pike.

The song that reached my heart

902: Sterling Record

[1906]

18

Highland Orchestra.

Triumph

576: Sterling Record

[1906]

19

Ernest Pike.

When other lips

414: Sterling Record

[1906]

20

M. [McNaughton] Duncan.

Willie's gone to Melville Castle

1043: Sterling Record

[1909]

 


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