[Brown wax home recording of man and child singing, speaking, and whistling selections including Santa Claus in Holland, the Lord's prayer, and Irish washerwoman, recorded over piano music].
Performers not given.
Announcement at beginning: "Santa Claus in Holland."
Brown wax cylinder.
Place of recording likely the United States.
Child recites "Santa Claus in Holland"; man recites Lord's Prayer and sings an unidentified song (the recording at this point is poorly made and mistracks); then whistling ("Irish Washerwoman"); cylinder concludes with snippets of child singing and man speaking. Recording was made over a palimpsest recording of piano music. "Santa Claus in Holland" had appeared in print by 1906, cited as from The Ladies' World.
Sung in English.
The David Giovannoni Collection of home cylinder recordings (Set Number: 116-02).
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