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[I'm on my way to Mandalay]


Harold D. Moore, vocals ; accompanied by S.J. Clevenger [?] Jr. and A. J. Parney.

Year of Release:

[between 1911 and 1920]


Stream cylinder 9848:

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Other Title:

There's a girl in the heart of Maryland


Brown wax cylinder.


Home recording announcement at beginning: " I'm on my way to Mandalay," sung by Harold D. Moore, accompanied by S.J. Clevenger [?] Jr. and A. J. Parney." Announcement before second song: "In the heart of Maryland.

Personal Name:

Fisher, Fred.

Personal Name:

Carroll, Harry, 1892-1962. There's a girl in the heart of Maryland.

Personal Name:

Clevenger, Jr., S.J.

Personal Name:

Moore, Harold D.

Personal Name:

Parney, A.J.


Popular music--1911-1920.


Personal recordings.

Original Item Location:

Special Coll., Performing Arts - Cylinder 9848

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