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Title:

If I had a thousand lives to live

Performer(s):

Frank Stanley and Henry Burr.

Issue Number/Label:

3013: Indestructible Record

Year of Release:

[1910]



Audio:

Stream cylinder 7603:
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Note:

Year of release from "The Indestructible Record Company - Albany, N.Y., United States" by Major H.H. Annand, (1970).

Note:

Distributed by the Columbia Phonograph Company.

Note:

Indestructible Record: 3013.

Note:

Baritone and tenor duet with orchestra accompaniment.

Personal Name:

Solman, Alfred, 1868-1937.

Personal Name:

Stanley, Frank C., 1868-1910.

Personal Name:

Burr, Henry.

Subject:

Vocal duets with orchestra.

Subject:

Popular music--1901-1910.

Original Item Location:

Special Coll., Performing Arts - Cylinder 7603

 


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