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Title:

The girl I left behind me

Performer(s):

Columbia Drum, Fife and Bugle Corps.

Issue Number/Label:

12800: Columbia Phonograph Co.

Year of Release:

[1899]



Audio:

Stream cylinder 8818:
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Audio:

Stream cylinder 8819:
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Other Title:

Auld lang syne.

Note:

Brown wax cylinder.

Note:

Columbia Phonograph Co.: 12800.

Note:

Year of release and performer information from Two-minute brown wax and XP cylinder records of the Columbia Phonograph Company / Kenneth M. Lorenz, 1981.

Note:

Drum, fife and bugle.

Local Note:

Preservation and digitization of this cylinder funded by a donation from the Ward Irish Music Archives, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Collection Information:

Frederick P. Williams Collection.

Personal Name:

Belasco, David, 1853-1931.

Group Name:

Columbia Drum, Fife and Bugle Corps.

Subject:

Fife and drum corps music.

Subject:

Popular instrumental music--To 1901.

Subject:

Band music.

Original Item Location:

Special Coll., Performing Arts - Cylinder 8818 (Copy 2)

Original Item Location:

Special Coll., Performing Arts - Cylinder 8819

 


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