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Victor 78 Record
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Eldridge Reeves Johnson Eldridge Reeves Johnson Consolidated Talking Machine Company of America started by Eldridge Reeves Johnson (on your left), was a holding company set up over The United States Gramophone Company, which controlled the Berliner patents, patents for the flat disc (platters), and The Berliner Gramophone Company of Philadelphia, which was the manufacturing company for the machines that played them.

Consolidated was started because Mr. Johnson had made an improved spring action for the gramophone. Emile Berliner, on your right, owner and patentholder, ask Mr. Johnson to product the playing machines.

It was not a new enterprise, but a merger of the interests of Mr. Johnson with those of the Consolidated Talking Machine Company of America. The Victor Talking Machine Company, was incorporated on October 3, 1901. It would later become R C A Victor (in 1929), perhaps THE most important American recording company during the 78 rpm era.



VICTOR1 Consolidated, was making recordings as early as May 17, 1900 - but the first issue is dated June 28, 1900 - past files indicate at least 17 earlier recording sessions, beginning on January 12, 1900. Okay, so Johnson started before he should have - the same could be said about A & M Records some time later.

The first Eldridge Johnson label, was introduced on seven-inch discs in the spring of 1900.

As you can see - ´IMPROVED´ - "GRAM-O-PHONE" RECORD was his first pick for the label.

Followed by "Manufactured By" - NOTE the word ´By´ - NOT ´for´ - stating that CTMC is pressing/ stamping its own material.

Then Consolidated Talking Machine Company with the aberration under that of Phila. Pa for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia being the first home of the Consolidated Talking Machine Company.

Under that will by the name of the item (song title, if you wish - under that, the artist (Composer name were not given) - under that, the matrix number. When Johnson began his recording log on June 28, 1900, no distinction was made between matrix numbers, sometimes called the serial number and catalog (issue) numbers. Please note that no copyright logo or registered trade mark is given.

VICTOR2 Emile Berliner (United States Gramophone Company) engaged Eldridge R. Johnson, head of the Victor Company, Consolidated had changed its name, which manufactured playing machines, to produce his gram-o-phone. It was to be marketed as the "Victrola." Berliner had to ask the court to have Johnson stop marketing disc with the name Gram-o-phone on them. On March 1, 1901, the courts ordered Johnson not to use the word "Gram-o-phone" on his products. The result was the "Improved Record" label, which dropped the Consolidated Talking Machine Company´s name. The new label now had a notice of intent "This record is leased for the purpose of producing sound directly from the record, and for no other purpose; any attempt at copying or counterfeiting will be construed as a violation of this condition and a basis for legal proceedings."

Also changed was "Manufactured By" to "Manufactured Exclusively By", and the name of any company was dropped to show only the name: Eldridge R. Johnson, and a new city - new state - Camden, N.J. This label reflected Johnson´s move from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Camden, NJ, some reverse-side stickers from this period list both cities (the studio remained in Philadelphia for some time after the move).

Under that, again the name of the item (song title - then the artist (Composer still not yet given - then the matrix number. Again, no distinction was made between matrix (serial) numbers and catalog (issue) numbers. Late 1901, still no copyright logo or registered trade mark is given.

VictorLabel3.gif VictorLabel4.gif Johnson next label were these two - the first, much as the "Improve" label, but now the name "VICTOR MONARCH RECORD", also "Manufactured Exclusively By", still with Eldridge R. Johnson name and Camden, NJ. Under that, again the name of the item (song title - then the artist (Composer still not yet given - then the matrix number. Still, no distinction was made between matrix (serial) numbers and catalog (issue) numbers. No copyright logo or registered trade mark is given.

The other label, much as the other, but for Eldridge R. Johnson name is replaced by Victor Talking Machine Company, Camden, NJ. Under that again, the name of the item (song title - then the artist (Composer still not yet given - then the matrix number. Still no distinction was made between matrix (serial) numbers and catalog (issue) numbers. Still no copyright logo or registered trade mark is given.

VictorLabel5.gif VictorLabel6.gif Now is the first of the trademark label. That of a little fox terrier listening to the horn of a Gramophone (called "His Master´s Voice" registered on July 1, 1902) it will become one the world´s best known symbol of its time.
The notice of intent is gone - replaced by the little terrier (if there is a small "B" to the right of the trademark, it indicates a pressing by the Burt Company, which at the time was owned by Columbia but under contract with Victor.
VICTOR RECORD replaces VICTOR MONARCH RECORD - the "Manufactured Exclusively By" is gone, do to some being stamped by Burt Company. Victor Talking Machine Company, Camden, NJ. is now at the center of label with the hole in the middle. The word ´patent´ is under the hole - followed by the name of the item (song title - then the artist (Composer still not yet given - then the matrix number. Again, no distinction was made between matrix (serial) numbers and catalog (issue) numbers.

The MONARCH RECORD straight-line design was introduced in 1903, and the basic format would survive, with some minor changes for about the next ten years. The over all arrangement of label information is much the same.

Beginning on April 23, 1903, Victor began differentiating between issue and pressing numbers. This change coincided with Victor´s introduction to the then three-step mass duplication process.

We will place label information at points of the listings.

EARLY ONE-SIDED RECORDS: From its start (1900) until the fall of 1908 Victor records were all single-sided - meaning there is no recording on the flip side. A sticker or badge was often pressed into the blank side. The date shown on that side was not the date the record was made, but it´s usually within a year, for reasons we do not know. Victor stopped issuing one-sided black label (Monarch label) records in the fall of 1908, although it continued issuing single-sided ´Red Seals´ into the mid-1920s.

TWO-SIDED RECORDS: For Victors are of two types: those made before 1942 and those made after 1942.

RECORDS MADE BETWEEN 1908 AND 1942: Between 1908 and 1942 most domestic ten-inch black label Victors were assigned a five digit serial number. The number is prominently displayed on the label and is the same on both sides of the record. Serial numbers began at 16000 in October 1908 and ended in the 28000s in September 1942. Records with serial numbers in the 23000s comprise a special series from the late 1920s to the early 1930s. They are not in series with records before 23000 or after 24000.

RECORDS MADE AFTER 1942: In October 1942 RCA Victor began a new numbering system for black labels. Victor´s ten-inch domestic popular series have a number prefixed by "20-" and are the most common. Records in this series with just "Victor" on the label were made between October 1942 and January 1946. Those with "RCA Victor" on the label indicates the records were made after January 1946.

In 1953 the famous - "His Master´s Voice" - dog and gramophone trademark was changed from a simple outline to a more striking color rendition. This "color Nipper" remained on the label until 1958, at which time RCA Victor ceased manufacturing 78s in the United States. Production did continued in Canada and overseas till 1963, by then most of the pressing plants had been set to handle 33 1/3 rpm pressings or the plants were closed to save cost.

We have attempted to document all recordings made by Victor in all genres, including all the black label popular recordings, all the ´Red Seal´ classical discs, along with the purple and blue label records that were between the classical and popular fields (the single-faced purple and double-faced blue labels began as a race-vaudeville-oriented series, and soon expanded to include classical performers who had not attained that cover ´Red Seal´ status.

We did come across a note that the Pressing Refernece number, say 13776=7 as in:
17479 Helen Clark - Sun Of My Soul (Ritter) - 13776=7 - October 21, 1913, is a take number; consisted of a number suffix separated from the serial number by the equal (=) sign, the =7 is the eighth take of that item. A first take, if good, would just stay that number, if another take was needed, then =1 was added, meaning that it was the second take of that item, again why they did that rather than just add =2, =3, etc, we do not know.

I would like to tell you, that while doing the work up for this information - should you wish to know more about the history of ´Victor´ - go to David Sarnoff Library for THE BEST in an overview of that history.


The Pre-Matrix Period;
Victor/Consolidated, was making recordings as early as May 17, 1900.
Ted Fagan and William R. Moran´s The Encyclopedic Discography of Victor Recordings indicate at least 17 earlier recording sessions, beginning on January 12, 1900. They were done with the Berliner´s recording process, and largely done away with.

At the start matrix numbers were not used, instead a "serial number", which was also the catalog or disc number. The term "matrix" was used to designate the numbers assigned sequentially to any "takes" of a given serial number.
Catalog numbers were assigned in blocks according to the size, and hence the price of the record. The price of a record was determined by the amount of playing time for each size. In March 1903, a 7-inch record provided not more than 2 minutes of recorded sound, and cost 50 cents. A 10-inch disc that could play for about 3 minutes cost one dollar, while a 12-inch disc providing about 4 minutes of playing time was priced at $1.50.
Victor announced the sale of the new 14-inch De Luxe Special discs, which played for 5-6 minutes, at $2.00 each. These were all single-sided discs. When G & T, and then Victor, introduced double-sided records after 1912, the prices were increased accordingly.

The first number in the pre-matrix series, A-1, was assigned to a recording made by George Broderick on June 28, 1900, and consisting of a recital of a poem called "Departure," by Eugene Field. All Victor recordings up to April 30, 1903 received the A prefix, regardless of the size of the record. This continued up through A-2324, recorded about May 17, 1903. The second side A-2 was recorded on May 17, 1900, and up to A-109 many serial numbers were assigned out of the order in which the sides were recorded. This was corrected beginning with A-110, recorded on July 11, 1900. The serial number also appeared as the record, or catalog number.

As a side note: March 26, 1903: The Victor Company established a Recording Laboratory in New York City at Carnegie Hall, Room #326, and retained these quarters until October 8, 1904. The main object of this New York Laboratory was for the purpose of recording Grand Opera artists—these recordings to be classified as ‘Red Seal.’

Do to the size of the catalog, for page loading, etc - we have broken them down in lots of the series run - see links at botom of page.

NOW ON TO THE DISCOGRAPHY




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Numerical listing

Label Number...Artist - Song Title (Composer) - =Pressing Ref number = number of takes - Loction - Date Competed - Time

NOTE: If the item number is in Blue, there click on it for the image of the label.
if the composer is (Not Given) on label and a name is there (Not Given - Composer Name/s), we supplied the name/s
WHERE THE SONG TITLE IS HIGHLIGHTED IN BLUE - HEAR IT
on some, the sound it poor to bad, but you will have some idea of the material.
(a) author - (c) composer - (l) lyricist - (ar) arranger


Pre-matrix A-1 - A-099
Series A are ALL 7 inch disc - produced in Camden, NJ, unless noted
and all are Black Label unless noted



A-1 George Broderick - Departure (poem recital) (Not Given - Eugene Fieldon) - Pre-matrix=3 - June 28, 1900 - 1:28 - Reading Sources show that =3 was done on November 3, 1900, also the date of released

A-2 George Graham - The Colored Preacher (Monologue) - (Not Given - George Graham) - Pre-matrix=1 - Also [PM]1863 (7") and [PM]3602 (10"); Gramophone B-1863; Berliner 343 (Canada) - May 14, 1900

A-3 George Broderick - The Birth of Saint Patrick (Recitation) (Not Given - Samuel Lover) - Pre-matrix=1 - June 28, 1900

A-4 George Broderick - Fuzzy-Wuzzy (Recitation) - (Not Given - Rudyard Kipling) - Pre-matrix=2 - June 28, 1900

A-5 George Broderick - On The Road To Mandalay (Recitation) - (Not Given - Rudyard Kipling) - Pre-matrix=2 - June 28, 1900

A-6 George Broderick - Danny Deever (Recitation) - (Not Given - Rudyard Kipling) - Pre-matrix=2 - June 28, 1900

A-7 George Broderick - Limburger Cheese (The Boy And The Cheese) (Monologue) - (Not Given - George Broderick/Burt Shepard) - Pre-matrix=4 - November 3, 1900
A-7 Burt Shepard - The Boy And The Cheese (Not Given) - Pre-matrix A-882=3 - Also recorded as [PM-]7 and B-1647 - Berliner (Canada) 654 - July 10, 1901 - 2:27
Re-numbered A-7 to replace the original of that number made by George Broderick


A-8 August Kreuder - Die reizende Constanz (Not Given) - Pre-matrix M-1 - August 1, 1901

A-9 Dan W. Quinn - Strike Up The Band (Not Given - Andrew B. Sterling/Charles B. Ward) - Pre-matrix=4 - June 29, 1900

A-10 Dan W. Quinn - King Gilhooley (Not Given - John Stromberg/Edgar Smith) - Pre-matrix=2 - June 29, 1900 again Pre-matrix=3 - October 29, 1900

A-11 Dan W. Quinn - San Francisco Sadie (Not Given - George M. Cohan) - Pre-matrix=4 - October 29, 1900

A-12 Dan W. Quinn - I Want To Go To Morrow (Not Given - Lew Sully) - Pre-matrix=4 - June 29, 1900 - 2:35
Victor 12 Dan W. Quinn - I Want To Go To Morrow (Not Given - Lew Sully) - Pre-matrix=4 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 438 - Philadelphia, PA - July 11, 1900 - 2:35

A-13 Dan W. Quinn - An Innocent Young Maid (Not Given - Richard Carle(c/l)/(c)Maurice Levi) - Pre-matrix=4 - June 29, 1900

A-14 Dan W. Quinn - My Money Never Gives Out (Not Given - Irving Jones) - Pre-matrix=2 - June 29, 1900

A-15* Dan W. Quinn - She Knew A Lobster When She Saw One (Not Given - R. M. Skinner/A. Baldwin Sloane) - Pre-matrix=4 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 492 - October 29, 1900

A-16 Dan W. Quinn - No Show Tonight (Not Given - Frank Leo) - Pre-matrix=4 - June 30, 1900

A-17 Dan W. Quinn - The Mick Who Threw The Brick (Not Given - Charles Bennett Lawlor/William Cahill) - Pre-matrix=4 - October 29, 1900 - 2:01

A-18 S. H. Dudley - Nancy (Male vocal solo, with piano) - (Not Given) - Pre-matrix=9 - May 22, 1900

A-19 Dan W. Quinn - Pumping The Pump-Pump-Pump (Not Given - John Dillon/Harry Dillon) - Pre-matrix=2 - June 30, 1900

A-20 Dan W. Quinn - More Work For The Undertaker (Not Given - Burton Brooks/Fred W. Leigh) - Pre-matrix=4 - June 30, 1900

A-21 Dan W. Quinn - A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight (Not Given - Theodore A. Metz) - Pre-matrix=2 - June 30, 1900

A-22 S. H. Dudley - Doan Ye Cry, Mah Honey (Not Given - Albert W. Noll) - Pre-matrix=5 - November 12, 1900

A-23 S. H. Dudley - I´d Like It (Not Given - Frederic Ranken/Victor Herbert/Kirke La Shelle) - Pre-matrix=1 - June 6, 1900

A-24 Marie Romaine - Louisiana Lou (Not Given - Leslie Stuart) - Pre-matrix=? - July 2, 1900

A-25 S. H. Dudley - A Large Front Room On Broadway (Not Given - Harry Dillon/John Dillon) - Pre-matrix=? - June 22, 1900

A-26 S. H. Dudley - A Runaway Girl Soldiers in the park (Not Given - Ivan Caryll/Lionel Monckton) - May 22, 1900

A-27 S. H. Dudley - My Sunday Girl Male (Not Given - Gustave Kerker) - =1 - May 22, 1900

A-28 Marie Romaine - In The Shadow Of The Pines (Not Given - Hattie Lummis/G. O. Lang) - =1 - July 2, 1900

A-29 S. H. Dudley - Continuous Performances (Victor Herbert/Kirke La Shelle) - Improved Gramophone NV embossed label - 5 - 2 - November 12, 1900

A-30 Marie Romaine - The New-Born King (Charles L´Espoir/Charles Gebest/W. C. Kreusch) - =1 - July 22, 1900

A-31 S. H. Dudley - Miss Helen Hunt (Harry Connor) - =1 - May 22, 1900

A-32 S. H. Dudley - Kiss Me, Honey, Do (John Stromberg/Edgar Smith) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 357 - May 22, 1900

A-33 Marie Romaine - When Love Is Kind (Marie Romaine) - =1 - July 2, 1900

A-34 Marie Romaine - Ben Bolt (Thomas Dunn English/Nelson Kneass) - =1 - November 2, 1900

A-35 S. H. Dudley - The Blow Almost Killed Father (James McAvoy/Isidore Witmark) - =1 - Philadelphia, PA - October 30, 1901 - 2:38

A-36 S. H. Dudley - Yuba Dam (William D. Hall) - =1 - Also recorded as A-1653 - May 23, 1900

A-37 S. H. Dudley - I´d Leave My Happy Home For You (Harry Von Tilzer/Will A. Heelan) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 860 - May 23, 1900

A-38 Marie Romaine - Then You´ll Remember Me (Alfred Bunn/Michael William Balfe) - =1 - July 2, 1900

A-39 John Yorke Atlee - Marching through Georgia (Whistling solo) (Henry Clay Work) - =1 - May 25, 1900

A-40 John Yorke Atlee - Laughing song (Whistling solo) (John Yorke Atlee) - =1 - May 25, 1900

A-41 Marie Romaine - Last Night [Sånger, op. 3. Laengsel] (Halfdan Kjerulf/Christian Winther) - =1 - May 25, 1900

A-42 American Quartet - A Negro Wedding In Southern Georgia (Not Given) - =2/M-12 - Also recorded as [PM-]3514 - Philadelphia, PA - March 18, 1902/June 12, 1903 - 2:29

A-43 American Quartet - Night Trip To Buffalo (Not Given) - V-6 - Also recorded as American Quartet on [PM-]3513 and B-8698 - Philadelphia, PA - November 20, 1902

A-44 S. H. Dudley/Harry MacDonough - In The Starlight (Stephen Glover/J. E. Carpenter) - Philadelphia, PA - May 26, 1903

A-44 S. H. Dudley - The Touch Of A Woman's Hand (John W. Bratton/Walter H. Ford) - June 6, 1900

A-45 S. H. Dudley - The Village Choir (Joseph Arthur) - 12-inch - =3 - Also recorded as [PM-]3005 and Berliner (Canada) 859 - November 13, 1900 - 2:04

A-46 S. H. Dudley - Mr. Captain, Stop The Ship! (Felix McGlennon/W. A. Archbold) - June 6, 1900

A-47 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Village Orchestra Will Do The Best They Can (Not Given) - Also recorded as [PM-]3213 - Philadelphia, PA - October 19, 1901

A-48 American Quartet - Sidewalks of New York (Chashes B. Lawlor/J. W. Blake) - M=3 - Also recorded as [PM-]3518 and B-770 - Philadelphia, PA - December 4, 1902 - 2:27

A-49 S. H. Dudley - The Moth And The Flame (Max S. Witt/George Taggart) - [Pre-matrix A-]49=3 - November 12, 1900

A-50 S. H. Dudley - And The Parrot Said (Harry Hunter/Edmund Forman) - Also on 2465 and B-437 - June 6, 1900

A-51 S. H. Dudley - Father, Won´t You Speak To Sister Mary? (A. Baldwin Sloane/Jean C. Havez) - June 2, 1900

A-52 S. H. Dudley - She Never Did The Same Thing Twice (Ivan Caryll/Harry Greenbank/Adrian Ross) - V-1 - Philadelphia, PA - March 30, 1903

A-53 Harry MacDonough - The Story Of The Rose ("Heart Of My Heart") (Andrew Mack/"Alice") - [Pre-matrix A-]53=2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 111 - June 2, 1900

A-54 Haydn Quartet - Blue Bells of Scotland (Unverified composer - Arthur Pryor) - [Pre-matrix A-]54=3 - November 21, 1900 - 1:33

A-55 Harry MacDonough - In The Shade Of The Palm (Leslie Stuart) - [Pre-matrix A-]55=6 - Also recorded as [PM B-]3509 and B-2619 - Philadelphia, PA - February 3, 1903

A-56 William F. Hooley - Lincoln´s Speech at Gettysburg (Abraham Lincoln) - [Pre-matrix A-]56=5 - November 6, 1900

A-57 William F. Hooley - Gladstone´s Speech On Self-help (W. E. Gladstone - author) - [Pre-matrix A-]57=5 - November 6, 1900 - 3:31

A-58 William F. Hooley - Twenty-third Psalm And The Lord´s Prayer (Not Given) - [Pre-matrix A-]58=6 - Also Victor 58 - November 6, 1900 - 2:56

A-59 William F. Hooley - The Sermon on the Mount (Not Given) -[Pre-matrix A-]59=5 - Also Victor 59; Berliner (Canada) 263 - November 6, 1900 - 3:02
Victor 59 William F. Hooley - The Sermon on the Mount (Not Given) -[Pre-matrix A-]59=5 - Also Berliner (Canada) 263 - Philadelphia, PA - April 25, 1902 - 3:02

A-60 William F. Hooley - Mother Goose Rhymes (Not Given) - [Pre-matrix A-]60=4 - November 6, 1900
Victor 60 William F. Hooley - Mother Goose Rhymes (Not Given) - [Pre-matrix A-]60=4 - Philadelphia, PA - April 25, 1902

A-61 William F. Hooley - Death And Burial Of Cock Robin (Not Given) - =5 - Philadelphia, PA - April 25, 1902 - 2:32

A-62 William F. Hooley - Ravings Of A Maniac (Not Given) - September 7, 1901

A-63 William F. Hooley - Ingersoll At The Tomb Of Napoleon (Robert Green Ingersoll - author - =4 - November 6, 1900 - 1:36

A-64 S. H. Dudley - Tale Of a Kangaroo (Gustav Luders/Frank Pixley) - =3 - Philadelphia, PA - October 30, 1901 - 1:58

A-65 Billy Golden - Turkey In De Straw (Not Given) (Monarch)- =4 - Philadelphia, PA - October 31, 1901

A-66 George Broderick - Father O´Flynn (Alfred Perceval Graves/Charles Villiers Stanford) - =3 - November 3, 1900

A-67 George Broderick - King Sol (Not Given) - =3 - November 3, 1900

A-68 Billy Golden - Bye Bye, Ma Honey (Not Given) - =3 - Philadelphia, PA - May 2, 1902

A-69 George Broderick - Mephisto´s Serenade (Charles Gounod) - =4 - November 3, 1900

A-70 George Broderick - Simon The Cellarer (W. H. Bellamy/John Liptrott Hatton) - =3 - November 3, 1900

A-71 Metropolitan Orchestra - Viceroy´s March (Victor Herbert) - July 7, 1900

A-72 Metropolitan Orchestra - A Watermelon Frolic (Howard Whitney) - =2 - July 7, 1900

A-73 George Broderick - He Who Treads The Path Of Duty (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) - =3 - November 3, 1900

A-74 Metropolitan Orchestra - Gipsy love Reginald De Koven - =2 - July 7, 1900

A-75 George Broderick - Rocked In The Cradle Of The Deep (Joseph Philip Knight/Emma Willard) - =3 - November 3, 1900

A-76 George Broderick - The Turnkey´s Song (Reginald De Koven/Harry B. Smith) - =4 - November 3, 1900

A-77 George Broderick - The Yarn Of The Dates (Not Given) - =4 - November 3, 1900

A-78 Metropolitan Orchestra - Plantation Pastimes (William Christopher O´Hare) - =2 - July 7, 1900

A-79 George Broderick - Deep, Down Deep (C. F. Shattuck/George Cooper) - June 9, 1900

A-80 George Broderick - Thy Sentinel Am I (Edward Oxenford/Michael Watson) - June 9, 1900

A-81 George Broderick - The Absent-Minded Beggar (Rudyard Kipling/Arthur Sullivan) - =4 - November 3, 1900

A-82 Metropolitan Orchestra - Songs From The Ameer (Victor Herbert) - =2 - July 7, 1900

A-83 Harry MacDonough - The Blue And The Gray (Paul Dresser/Paul Dresser) - =3 - November 7, 1900

A-84 Harry MacDonough - Maggie O´Connor (Frank David/Frank Dupree) - =3 - November 21, 1900

A-85 Harry MacDonough - Since That Day Louis Weslyn - =3 - November 21, 1900

A-86 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Man Behind The Gun (John Philip Sousa) - =3 - November 22, 1900

A-87 Haydn Quartet - The Owl and the Pussy Cat Male vocal quartet, with piano (Not Given - Edward Lear/Reginald De Koven) - B723=3 - September 14, 1901 - 2:11

A-88 Harry MacDonough - Lovelorn Lily (A. Baldwin Sloane/Louis Harrison/George V. Hobart) - =5 - November 21, 1900

A-89 Haydn Quartet - The Vacant Chair (George F. Root/Henry Stevenson Washburn) - =2 - July 10, 1900

A-90 S. H. Dudley/Harry MacDonough - The Girl I Loved In Sunny Tennessee (Stanley Carter/Harry Braisted) - =2 - June 13, 1900

A-91 S. H. Dudley/Harry MacDonough - Just As The Sun Went Down (Lyn Udall) - =2 - June 13, 1900

A-92 S. H. Dudley/Harry MacDonough - ´Mid The Green Fields Of Virginia (Chas. K. Harris) - June 13, 1900

A-93 Haydn Quartet - A Soldier´s Farewell (Johanna Kinkel) - =3 - Philadelphia, PA - January 28, 1902

A-94 Harry MacDonough - The Holy City (Stephen Adams/Frederic Edward Weatherly) - =5 - Philadelphia, PA - June 5, 1902

A-95 Harry MacDonough - Killarney (Michael William Balfe/Edmund Falconer) - =4 - Philadelphia, PA - November 7, 1900

A-96 Harry MacDonough - Sing Again That Sweet Refrain (Gussie L. Davis) - =4 - Philadelphia, PA - January 1, 1903

A-97 Light Haydn Quartet - Lead Kindly (John Bacchus Dykes/Cardinal John Henry Newman) - 10-inch - November 18, 1902 - 1365 copies



A-98 Harry MacDonough - Sing Me A Song Of The Sunny South (George A. Norton/James W. Casey) - June 16, 1900

A-99 Harry MacDonough - My Wild Irish Rose (Chauncey Olcott) - June 16, 1900


100 - 199



A-100 Lyric Trio - Verdi´s Attila (Giuseppe Verdi) - November 7, 1901

A-101 Haydn Quartet - My lady Lou (Edwin S. Brill) - =4 - July 10, 1900

A-102 Lyric Trio - Unchain The Dogs Of War (John Philip Sousa) - Philadelphia, PA - November 7, 1900

A-103 Lyric Trio - When I Was A Lad (W. S. Gilbert/Arthur Sullivan) - =4 - Philadelphia, PA - November 7, 1901

A-104 Lyric Trio - The Torpedo And The Whale (Edmond Audran/H. B. Farnie) - June 15, 1900

A-105 Haydn Quartet - Because (Edward Teschemacher/Guy D´Hardelot) - July 10, 1900

A-106 Harry MacDonough - My Dreams (F. Paolo Tosti/Frederic Edward Weatherly) - January 23, 1901

A-107 Haydn Quartet - Mandy Lee (Thurland Chattaway) - Philadelphia, PA - March 4, 1903

A-108 Harry MacDonough - The Palms (J. Fauré/Theordore T. Barker) - =2 - June 16, 1900

A-109 Haydn Quartet - Nearer My God To Thee (Not Given - Lowell Mason (c)/(l)Sarah F. Adams ) - 7/10-inch - =4 - November 16, 1900 - 2:36

A-110 Haydn Quartet - Almost Persuaded (P. P. Bliss) - =2 - July 11, 1900

A-111 Haydn Quartet - Sweet And Low (Alfred Tennyson Tennyson/Joseph Barnby) - =6 - Philadelphia, PA - May 13, 1902

A-112 Haydn Quartet - Kathleen Mavourneen (Annie "Barry" Crawford/F. Nicholls Crouch) - =2 - July 11, 1900

A-113 Haydn Quartet - The Chapel (Conradin Kreutzer) - 10-inch - Also on 1302A - Philadelphia, PA - November 28, 1902

A-114 Haydn Quartet - Annie Laurie (William Douglas/Lady John Douglas Scott) - Feburary 13, 1902 - 2:16
Also recorded as A-602

A-115 Haydn Quartet - Sally In Our Alley (Henry Carey) - =4 - Also on 1447A - November 17, 1900

A-116 ?

A-117 ?

A-118 Haydn Quartet - Massa´s in the Cold, Cold Ground (Stephen Collin Foster) - =4 - November 17, 1900 - 2:38

A-119 Haydn Quartet - Tenting On The Old Camp Ground (Not Given - Stephen Collin Foster) - B119=4 - Also on 1446A - November 17, 1900

A-120 Haydn Quartet - My Faith Looks Up To Thee (Not Given - W. K. Bassford/Franz Lachner) - B120=3 - Also on A-726 - September 14, 1900

A-121 ?

A-122 Haydn Quartet - Bonnie Sweet Bessie (Bonnie Sweet Bessie, the Maid O´ Dundee) (Not Given - Arabella Root/James L. Gilbert) - 10-inch - B-1303 - May 28, 1902

A-123 Haydn Quartet - My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean (Not Given) - B123=4 - November 13, 1900 - 1:36

A-124 Haydn Quartet - Farmyard Medley (Not Given) - B729=3 - November 17, 1900

A-125 Haydn Quartet - Cornfield Medley (Not Given) - Camden, NJ takes 1-4 - November 17, 1900 - 2:14

A-126 Al Sweet (Cornet - In Happy Moments (Al Sweet (ar)/(c) William Vincent Wallace) - =2 - July 13, 1900

A-127 Haydn Quartet - Trip To The County Fair (Not Given) - Camden, NJ takes 1-4 - Philadelphia, PA 5-9 - starting on July 13, 1900

A-128 Al Sweet (Cornet - Southern Sweethearts (Not Given) - =2 - July 13, 1900

A-129 Al Sweet (Cornet - Grand Russian Fantasie (Jules Levy) - =2 - July 13, 1900

A-130 William Tuson (clarinet - Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (George F. Root) - =2 - July 13, 1900

A-131 William Tuson (clarinet - Good-bye Dolly Gray (Robert Burns) - July 13, 1900

A-132 William Tuson (clarinet - Auld Lang Syne (Robert Burns) - July 13, 1900

A-133 Voss First Regiment Band - King Cotton March (John Philip Sousa) - =2 - July 14, 1900

A-134 Voss First Regiment Band - Intermezzo (William Loraine) - =2 - July 14, 1900

A-135 Voss First Regiment Band - Peace Forever March (Joseph M. Lacalle) - =3 - July 14, 1900

A-136 Voss First Regiment Band - Whistling Rufus (Kerry Mills) - July 14, 1900

A-137 Voss First Regiment Band - Who Dat Say ´chicken´? (Will Marion Cook) - July 14, 1900

A-138 Voss First Regiment Band - Semiramide Overture (Gioacchino Rossini) - July 14, 1900

A-139 George Broderick - Friar of Orders Grey (William Shield - author) - May 1, 1900

A-140 Dan W. Quinn - The Wizard of Oz. Baffin´s Bay (Vincent Bryan/Theodore F. Morse) - Philadelphia, PA - June 25, 1903

A-141 Victor Grand Concert Band - Sextette From Lucia (Gaetano Donizetti) - 12" - Also on 31020 - Philadelphia, PA - Feburary 9, 1903

A-142 Dan W. Quinn - Hamlet Was A melancholy Dane (William Jerome/Jean Schwartz) - Also on 2421 - Philadelphia, PA - June 25, 1903

A-143 Dan W. Quinn - Things You Never Learn At School (Edward Gardenier/Edwin S. Brill) - Also on 2409 - Philadelphia, PA - June 25, 1903

A-144 Dan W. Quinn - Ravings Of A Maniac (Not Given) - Also on 2474 - Philadelphia, PA - June 25, 1903

A-145 Dan W. Quinn - When Sousa Comes To Coontown (Not Given) - Philadelphia, PA - June 25, 1903

A-146 Royal Italian Marine Band - Yacht Club March (Not Given) - Also on 2402 - Philadelphia, PA - June 26, 1903

A-147 Vess L. Ossman - Leisure Moments Gavotte (Not Given) - =4 - Philadelphia, PA - November 1, 1900

A-148 Vess L. Ossman - Marriage Bells (M. O´Reardon) - July 19, 1900

A-149 Vess L. Ossman - Whistling Rufus (Kerry Mills) - =3 - November 1, 1900

A-150 Vess L. Ossman - An Ethiopian Mardi Gras (Maurice Levi) - July 19, 1900

A-160 Arthur Collins - I´d Leave My Happy Home For You [I´d Leave Ma Happy Home For You] (Will A. Heelan/Harry Von Tilzer) - July 20, 1900

A-161 Arthur Collins - The Colonel (Edgar Smith/John Stromberg) - =2 - July 20, 1900

A-162 Arthur Collins - Old Bill Jones (Lew Sully) - =2 - July 20, 1900

A-163 Arthur Collins/Metropolitan Orchestra - Mandy Lee (Thurland Chattaway) - =2 - July 21, 1900

A-164 Arthur Collins/Metropolitan Orchestra - The Blue And The Gray (Paul Dresser) - July 21, 1900

A-165 ?

A-166 Arthur Collins/Metropolitan Orchestra - Gabriella Brown (Joseph Dickson Murdock) - =2 - July 21, 1900

A-167 Arthur Collins/Metropolitan Orchestra - No Cake Comes Too High For Me (Dave Reed, Jr./Ferdinand Singhi) - Also on 16742 - =2 - July 21, 1900

A-168 Arthur Collins/Metropolitan Orchestra - Say You Love Me, Sue (Harry B. Smith/John Stromberg) - =2 - July 21, 1900

A-169 Ferruccio Giannini - The Holy City (Frederic Edward Weatherly/Stephen Adams) - Philadelphia, PA - June 30, 1903

A-170 Arthur Collins/Metropolitan Orchestra - Vaudeville Specialty (Not Given) - July 21, 1900 - 2:05

A-171 Sig. Carlos Francisco [Emilio de Gogorza - La Paloma (Sebastián Yradier) - =2 - July 23, 1900

A-712 Harry MacDonough - In The Moonlight With The Girl You Love (Theodore F. Morse/Raymond A. Browne) - =2 - Philadelphia, PA - November 18, 1903

A-173 Sig. Carlos Francisco [Emilio de Gogorza - Drinking Song (Friedrich von Flotow) - July 23, 1900

A-174 ?

A-175 James Doyle - Stay In Your Own Backyard (Karl Kennett/Lyn Udall) - Philadelphia, PA - June 30, 1903

A-176 James Doyle - Please, Mama, Buy Me A Baby (Gus Edwards/Will D. Cobb) - Philadelphia, PA - June 30, 1903

A-177 Dan W. Quinn - Little Tommy Murphy (Matt C. Woodward/Andrew Mack) - Philadelphia, PA - November 21, 1901

A-178 Metropolitan Orchestra - L´Aiglon waltzes (Unverified composer) - Philadelphia, PA - November 22, 1901

A-179 Edward M. Favor - What do you think of Hoolihan? (Walter H. Ford/John W. Bratton) - =4 - October 31, 1900

A-180 Edward M. Favor - Holding Hands (George V. Iverson/J. L. Claypooler) - July 26, 1900

A-181 George Alexander - Long Ago (Not Given) - Also on 2426 - Philadelphia, PA - July 2, 1903

A-182 George Alexander - You´d Better Ask Me (Hermann Löhr) - Also on 2427 - Philadelphia, PA - July 2, 1903

A-183 Edward M. Favor - Gabie (Alb. H. Fitz/Frank J. Tannehill Jr.) - =3 - October 31, 1900

A-184 Royal Italian Marine Band - Carmen: Selections (Georges Bizet) - Philadelphia, PA - July 3, 1903

A-185 Royal Italian Marine Band - Carmen: Habanera (Georges Bizet) - Philadelphia, PA - July 3, 1903 - Also on 2528 ]

A-186 Edward M. Favor - How Was I To Know? (Fred W. Leigh/Fred Murray) - =4 - October 31, 1900

A-187 Edward M. Favor - They Wanted To Take My Photograph (J. W. Sewell) - =3 - October 31, 1900

A-188 Edward M. Favor - Uncle Harry, What Is Love? (Jean C. Havez/Wilford Herbert) - =3 - October 31, 1900

A-189 Edward M. Favor - It Was Just On The Tip Of My Tongue (Not Given) - =3 - October 31, 1900

A-190 Edward M. Favor - My Baby´s Kiss (L. Peasley/Michael E. Rourke) - =2 - July 27, 1900

A-191 Edward M. Favor - A Dialect Recitation (Not Given) - =6 - October 31, 1900

A-192 Edward M. Favor - Arrah, Go On (Not Given) - =6 - October 31, 1900

A-193 Haydn Quartet - Little Darling, Dream Of Me (J. P. Skelly) - =6 - Also on 2571 - Philadelphia, PA - November 21, 1904

A-194 Edward M. Favor - Louisiana Lou (Leslie Stuart) - =4 - October 31, 1900

A-195 Edward M. Favor - A Little Bit Off The Top (Fred Murray/Fred W. Leigh) - =6 - October 31, 1900

A-196 Edward M. Favor - The Pumpkin Pies That Mother Used To Make (James McAvoy) - =3 - October 31, 1900

A-197 Clarke´s Band of Providence - España Waltz (Emil Waldteufel) - =2 - Also on 1764 - Philadelphia, PA - November 14, 1902

A-198 S. H. Dudley - Parody on ´The Soldiers In The Park´ (Lionel Monckton) - =4 - November 13, 1900

A-199 S. H. Dudley - The Absent-Minded Beggar (Rudyard Kipling/Arthur Sullivan) - =5 - November 13, 1900


200 - 299



A-200 S. H. Dudley - In Old Ben Franklin´s Days (Kirke La Shelle/Victor Herbert/Frederic Ranken) - =3 - November 12, 1900

A-201 Street Piano - The Holy City (Stephen Adams) - September 14, 1900

A-202 S. H. Dudley - Listen To my Tale Of Woe (Hubbard F. Smith) - Philadelphia, PA - July 27, 1903

A-203 Street Piano - Heby (Not Given) - September 14, 1900

A-204 Street Piano - The Blue And The Gray (Paul Dresser) - September 14, 1900

A-205 Charles P. Lowe - Carnival of Venice (Julius Benedict) - =2 - September 21, 1900

A-206 Charles P. Lowe - Medley of popular airs (Not Given) - September 21, 1900

A-207 Charles P. Lowe - The Mocking Bird (Septimus Winner) - =3 - September 12, 1900

A-208 S. H. Dudley - The Boy Guessed Right (Lionel Monckton/Ivan Caryll) - =2 - September 15, 1900

A-209 Clarke´s Band of Providence - New England´s Finest (Not Given) - =3 - Also on 1732 - Philadelphia, PA - July 29, 1903

A-210 Charles P. Lowe - A Medley Of Scotch Airs (Not Given) - =2 - September 21, 1900

A-211 Charles P. Lowe - Kiss Me Honey, Do! (Not Given) - =3 - September 21, 1900

A-212 Charles P. Lowe - Happy Days In Dixie (Kerry Mills) - =2 - September 12, 1900

A-213 Charles P. Lowe - Du, Du (Not Given - Charles P. Lowe (ar)) - =2 - September 21, 1900

A-214 Charles P. Lowe - My Old Kentucky Home (Stephen Collins Foster) - =2 - September 21, 1900

A-215 Charles P. Lowe - Pickaninnies´ polka (Not Given) - September 21, 1900

A-216 Charles P. Lowe - Dancing In The Sunlight (Not Given) - September 21, 1900

A-217 Clarke´s Band of Providence - Up The Street March (Robert Gorham Morse) - Also on 1768 - Philadelphia, PA - August 3, 1903

A-218 Albert Campbell - Sally (Richard Carle/Maurice Levi) - =3 - September 5, 1900

A-219 Albert Campbell - Fiddle-dee-dee - Ma Blushing Rosie (Edgar Smith/John Stromberg) - =2 - September 25, 1900

A-220 Albert Campbell - For Freedom And Ireland (Matt C. Woodward/Andrew Mack) - =2 - September 25, 1900

A-221 Albert Campbell - Mack´s Serenade (Andrew Mack/"Alice") - =2 - September 25, 1900

A-222 Albert Campbell - I Can´t Tell Why I Love You, But I Do (Will D. Cobb/Gus Edwards) - =2 - September 25, 1900

A-223 Harry MacDonough - The Prince of Pilsen. Heidelberg (Gustav Luders/Frank Pixley) - =3 - Also on 1920 - Philadelphia, PA - August 3, 1903

A-224 Albert Campbell - Hush Thee Now, My Babe (W. T. Francis) - September 25, 1900

A-225 George Schweinfest - A Rag-Time Skeedaddle (George Rosey) - =4 - Philadelphia, PA - March 19, 1901 - 2:02

A-226 George Schweinfest - Dance Of The Hoboes (Not Given) - September 22, 1900

A-227 George Schweinfest - La Lansonet Polka (Not Given) - September 22, 1900

A-228 George Schweinfest - Hornpipe Polka (Frank J. Smith) - September 22, 1900

A-229 George Schweinfest - Long, Long Ago (Thomas Haynes Bayly) - Prematrix A-229=4 - March 3, 1916 - 2:00

A-230 George Schweinfest - Medley Jig (Not Given) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 600 - September 22, 1900

A-231 George Schweinfest - Nigger Fever (Frank S. Mazziotta) - =1 - September 22, 1900

A-232 George Schweinfest - Patrol Comique (George Schweinfest) - =1 - September 22, 1900

A-233 George Schweinfest - The Sleighride Polka (Not Given) - =1 - September 22, 1900

A-234 George Schweinfest - The Dance Of The Pirates (Not Given) - =2 - September 22, 1900

A-235 George Schweinfest - Annie Laurie (Lady John Douglas Scott) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 642 - October 13, 1900

A-236 George Schweinfest - Cupid Will Guide (Victor Herbert (c)/(l) Frederic Ranken; Kirke La Shelle) - =0 - October 13, 1900

A-237 George Schweinfest - Intermezzo (Pietro Mascagni) - =1 - October 13, 1900

A-238 George Schweinfest - Love Is Tyrant (Victor Herbert) - =1 - October 13, 1900

A-239 George Schweinfest - Non è ver? (Tito Mattei) - =2 - October 13, 1900

A-240 George Schweinfest - Scenes That Are Brightest (William Vincent Wallace) - =2 - October 13, 1900

A-241 George Schweinfest - Serenade (Franz Schubert) - =2 - October 13, 1900

A-242 George Schweinfest - Salome: Intermezzo (William Loraine) - =2 - October 13, 1900

A-243 George Schweinfest - I´ll Follow Thee (Not Given) - =2 - October 13, 1900

A-244 George Schweinfest - Here´s To The Rose (Sylvester Krouse (c)/(l) William R. Goodall) - =2 - October 13, 1900

A-245 Charles D´Almaine - Miserere (Giuseppe Verdi) - =2 - October 18, 1900

A-246 Charles D´Almaine - Träumerei (Robert Schumann) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 547 - October 18, 1900

A-247 Charles D´Almaine - Scotch Medley (Not Given) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 629 - October 18, 1900

A-248 Charles D´Almaine - Intermezzo (Pietro Mascagni) - =1 - October 18, 1900

A-249 Charles D´Almaine - The Mocking Bird (Septimus Winner) - October 18, 1900

A-250 Metropolitan Orchestra - A Romance Of Athlone (Not Given) - September 29, 1900

A-251 Metropolitan Orchestra - Bunch O´ Blackberries (Abe Holzmann) - =2 - December 1, 1900

A-252 Metropolitan Orchestra - Dancing Dolls (Not Given) - =2 - September 29, 1900

A-253 Metropolitan Orchestra - Darktown Is Out To-Night (Will Marion Cook) - September 29, 1900

A-254 Metropolitan Orchestra - Girls of America March (Not Given) - September 29, 1900

A-255 Metropolitan Orchestra - Twin Stars March (Not Given) - =2 - September 29, 1900

A-256 Metropolitan Orchestra - Impecunious Davis (Kerry Mills) - January 10, 1901

A-257 Metropolitan Orchestra - Keep Away From Emmeline (John Stromberg) - =2 - January 22, 1900

A-258 Metropolitan Orchestra - Kiss Me, Honey, Do! (John Stromberg) - September 29, 1900

A-259 Metropolitan Orchestra - Koonville Koonlets (Not Given) - =2 - January 10, 1900

A-260 Metropolitan Orchestra - Little Old New York Medley (John Stromberg) - January 22, 1900

A-261 Metropolitan Orchestra - Ma Tiger Lily (A. Baldwin Sloane) - November 22, 1900

A-262 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Fortune Teller March (Victor Herbert) - =2 - December 1, 1900

A-262 Sousa's Band - The Dancing Girl from: Maidens Three (John Philip Sousa) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix A/B-1179-C M-1 - Philadelphia, PA - August 13, 1903 - 2:16

A-263 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Singing Girl March (Victor Herbert) - =2 - September 28, 1900

A-264 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Ameer March (Victor Herbert) - =2 - November 28, 1900

A-265 Metropolitan Orchestra - Maud Waltz (John Stromberg) - November 28, 1900

A-266 Metropolitan Orchestra - Mazurka (John Stromberg) - =2 - September 29, 1900

A-267 Metropolitan Orchestra - Move Up, Johnson (Not Given) - =2 - September 29, 1900

A-268 Metropolitan Orchestra - My Josephine (John Stromberg) - =2 - November 29, 1900

A-269 Metropolitan Orchestra - Ol´ Alabam´ (Not Given) - =2 - September 29, 1900

A-270 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Ameer. Schottische (Victor Herbert) - =2 - November 28, 1900

A-271 Metropolitan Orchestra - Smokey Mokes (Abe Holzmann) - September 28, 1900

A-272 Metropolitan Orchestra - Sweet Little Daisies (Not Given) - January 10, 1901

A-273 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Irish Swell (Chauncey Olcott) - September 28, 1900

A-274 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Little Mother (Not Given) - September 28, 1900

A-275 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Girl In The Barracks (Not Given) - September 28, 1900

A-276 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Sun Do Move (John Stromberg) - September 28, 1900

A-277 Metropolitan Orchestra - Mandalay (John Stromberg) - December 1, 1900

A-278 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Latest Fad (Not Given) - November 22, 1900

A-279 Metropolitan Orchestra - Uncle Josh´s Huskin´ Bee Dance (Len O. De Witt) - November 22, 1900

A-280 Metropolitan Orchestra - Medley Overture (Not Given) - Also on Berliner (Canada) 163 - October 10, 1900 - 1178 copies

A-281 Metropolitan Orchestra - Medley Overture (Not Given) - October 10, 1900

A-282 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Limited Express (Not Given) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 125 - October 10, 1900 - 2:45 - 1200 copies
reissued as 282 - 7-inch - 282=M2 - Philadelphia, PA - October 19, 1901 - 200 copies and again as 282 - 7-inch - 282=M4 - Philadelphia, PA - November 21, 1901 - 200 copies - all black label

A-283 Metropolitan Orchestra - Trolley Car Gallop (Not Given) - Also on Berliner (Canada) 157 - October 10, 1900 - 2037 copies
reissued as 283 - =V-4 - Philadelphia, PA - October 4, 1902 - 500 copies

A-284 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Night Alarm (David Wallis Reeves) - Also on Berliner (Canada) 126 - January 19, 1901 - 3540 copies
may have been reissued as 284 - 284=V4 - Philadelphia, PA - May 1, 1902

A-285 Metropolitan Orchestra Band - Suanee River (Not Given - Stephen Collins Foster) - =2 - October 10, 1900 - 1500 copies
reissued A-285 - =V3 - Philadelphia, PA - October 19, 1901 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 394 - October 19, 1901

A-286 Metropolitan Orchestra Band - Jolly Fellows´ Waltz (Robert Vollstedt) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 659 - October 10, 1900

A-287 Metropolitan Orchestra - Waltz (Victor Herbert) - =2 - Philadelphia, PA - October 10, 1900

A-288 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Mosquito Parade (Howard Whitney) - =2 - Philadelphia, PA - September 28, 1900

A-289 Metropolitan Orchestra Band - Who Dat Say Chicken In Dis Crowd? (Will Marion Cook) - September 28, 1900

A-290 Metropolitan Orchestra Band - The Battle Of Manassas (Not Given) - October 10, 1900

A-291 Metropolitan Orchestra Band - A Trip Through Dixie (James W. Casey) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 649 - December 1, 1900

A-292 Metropolitan Orchestra Band - The Burgomaster Selection (Gustav Luders) - =2 - December 1, 1900

A-293 Metropolitan Orchestra Band - Fiddle-Dee-Dee March (John Stromberg) - =2 - December 1, 1900

A-294 Metropolitan Orchestra Band - My Blushing Rose (John Stromberg) - =2 - December 1, 1900

A-295 Metropolitan Orchestra Band - My Sunflower Sue (John W. Bratton) - December 1, 1900

A-296 William F. Hooley - Talmage On Infidelity (T. De Witt Talmage) - =2 - November 6, 1900

A-297 Lyric Trio - Farewell, My Own (W. S. Gilbert (lib)/(c) Arthur Sullivan) - =2 - November 7, 1900

A-298 Lyric Trio - Trio From Iolanthe (W. S. Gilbert/Arthur Sullivan) - =2 - November 7, 1900

A-299 Lyric Trio - Independence Bell (Not Given) - =2 - November 6, 1900


300 - 399



A-300 Sousa´s Band - Hands Across The Sea (Not Given - John Philip Sousa) - Pre-matrix=2 - October 1, 1900

A-301 Sousa´s Band - King Cotton March (Not Given - John Philip Sousa) - Pre-matrix=2 - October 4, 1900

A-302 Sousa´s Band - The Charlatan (Not Given - John Philip Sousa) - Pre-matrix=2 - October 4, 1900

A-303 Sousa´s Band - The Bride Elect (John Philip Sousa) - Pre-matrix=2 - October 2, 1900

A-304 Sousa´s Band - March From El Capitan (John Philip Sousa) - Pre-matrix=2 - October 4, 1900

A-305 Sousa´s Band - Mother Hubbard March (John Philip Sousa) - Pre-matrix=2

A-306 Sousa´s Band - Stars and Stripes Forever (John Philip Sousa) - Pre-matrix=2 - October 2, 1900

A-307 Sousa´s Band - The Man Behind The Gun (John Philip Sousa) - 3 - October 1, 1900 - [Released April 1, 1901 (1736 copies made)

A-308 Sousa´s Band - The Directorate March (John Philip Sousa) - October 4, 1900

A-309 Sousa´s Band - Chris And The Wonderful Lamp; Fanny Waltz (John Philip Sousa) - October 4, 1900

A-310 Arthur Pryor; Sousa´s Band - Love Thoughts (John Philip Sousa) - =2 - October 5, 1900

A-311 Arthur Pryor; Sousa´s Band - Blue Bells Of Scotland (John Philip Sousa) - =3 - October 6, 1900

A-312 Sousa´s Band - A Coon Band Contest (Arthur Pryor) - October 2, 1900

A-313 Sousa´s Band - A Dream Of Wagner (J. Val. Hamm) - October 1, 1900

A-314 Sousa´s Band - An Arkansaw Huskin´ Bee (Arthur Pryor) - October 1, 1900

A-315 Sousa´s Band - At A Georgia Camp Meeting (Kerry Mills) - =2 - October 2, 1900

A-316 Sousa´s Band - A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight (Theodore A. Metz) - October 1, 1900

A-317 Sousa´s Band - Chopin´s Waltz (Frédéric Chopin (c)/(arr) John Philip Sousa) - October 1, 1900

A-318 Sousa´s Band - Chopin´s Polonaise (Frédéric Chopin (c)/(arr) John Philip Sousa) - =2 - October 2, 1900

A-319 Sousa´s Band - Circus Galop (F. Donnawell) - =2 - October 2, 1900

A-320 Sousa´s Band - Dixie Cheers (Daniel Decatur Emmett) - =2 - October 2, 1900

A-321 Sousa´s Band - Finale To Overture (Gioacchino Rossini) - =2 - October 5, 1900

A-322 Sousa´s Band - God Save The Queen (Henry Carey (c)/(arr) John Philip Sousa) - =2 - October 6, 1900

A-323 Sousa´s Band - Listen To My Tale Of Woe (Hubbard F. Smith) - =2 - October 3, 1900

A-324 Sousa´s Band - Indian War Dance (Herman Bellstedt) - =2 - October 2, 1900

A-325 Sousa´s Band - Intermezzo (William Loraine) - =2 - October 1, 1900

A-326 Sousa´s Band - The Czarina (Louis Ganne) - =2 - October 1, 1900

A-327 Sousa´s Band - Bénédiction Des Poignards (Giacomo Meyerbeer) - =2 - October 4, 1900

A-328 Sousa´s Band - Levee Revels (William Christopher O´Hare) - =2 - October 3, 1900

A-329 Sousa´s Band - Loin Du Bal (Ernest Gillet) - =3 - October 5, 1900

A-330 Sousa´s Band - Little Nell (Arthur Pryor) - =1 - October 1, 1900

A-331 Sousa´s Band - The Pixies´ Dance (Charles Vincent) - =1 - October 2, 1900

A-332 Sousa´s Band - Selections From A Runaway Girl (Lionel Monckton; Ivan Caryll) - =1 - October 4, 1900

A-333 Sousa´s Band - Serenade (Moritz Moszkowski) - =1 - October 1, 1900

A-334 Sousa´s Band - Sextette (Gaetano Donizetti) - =2 - October 4, 1900

A-335 Sousa´s Band - Tarantella (John Philip Sousa) - =1 - October 5, 1900

A-336 Sousa´s Band - The Star Spangled Banner (Francis Scott Key (a)/(ar) John Philip Sousa) - =4 - October 6, 1900

A-337 Sousa´s Band - The Mosquito Parade (Howard Whitney) - =1 - October 4, 1900

A-338 Sousa´s Band - The Crack Regiment Patrol (Theodore Moses Tobani) - =1 - October 3, 1900

A-339 Sousa´s Band - The Lily Bells (John Philip Sousa) - =1 - October 2, 1900

A-340 Sousa´s Band - The March King (Arthur Pryor) - =1 - October 2, 1900

A-341 Sousa´s Band - Eugen Onegin (Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky) - =2 - October 4, 1900

A-342 Sousa´s Band - Balscenen Waltz (Alphons Czibulka) - =1 - October 3, 1900

A-343 Sousa´s Band - The Blue Danube Waltz (Johann Strauss) - =1 - October 4, 1900

A-344 Sousa´s Band - Ye Boston Tea Party (Arthur Pryor) - =1 - October 3, 1900

A-345 Sousa´s Band - My love for you (Herbert L. Clarke) - =1 - October 5, 1900

A-346 Herbert L. Clarke/Sousa´s Band - The Bride Of The Waves (Herbert L. Clarke) - =1 - October 5, 1900

A-347 Herbert L. Clarke/Sousa´s Band - Whirlwind Polka (Jules Levy) - =2 - October 5, 1900

A-348 Sousa´s Band - Souvenirs Of Naples (Unverified Composer) - =2 - October 5, 1900

A-349 Sousa´s Band - Ah! ´Twas But A Dream (Eduard Lassen) - =1 - October 5, 1900

A-350 Sousa´s Band - Gypsy Love Song (Victor Herbert) - =1 - October 5, 1900

A-351 Sousa´s Band - Serenade (Ruggiero Leoncavallo) - =1 - October 5, 1900

A-352 Sousa´s Band - ´A frangesa (Pasquale Mario Costa) - =1 - October 1, 1900

A-353 Sousa´s Band - Cavalleria Rusticana: Intermezzo (Pietro Mascagni) - =1 - October 3, 1900

A-354 Sousa´s Band - Narcissus (Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin) - =4 - October 6, 1900

A-355 Sousa´s Band - Nearer My God To Thee (Lowell Mason) - =1 - October 2, 1900

A-356 Sousa´s Band - Paraphrase Of ´Die Lorelei´ (Joseph Nesvadba) - =2 - October 1, 1900

A-357 Sousa´s Band - Peace Forever March (Joseph M. Lacalle) - =2 - October 1, 1900

A-358 Sousa´s Band - Robin Hood; Selection From Robin Hood (Reginald De Koven) - =6 - April 1, 1901

A-359 Sousa´s Band - Semiramide: Overture (Gioacchino Rossini) - =6 - October 4, 1900

A-360 Sousa´s Band - Waltz (Reginald De Koven) - =1 - October 3, 1900

A-361 Sousa´s Band - Whistling Rufus (Kerry Mills) - =1 - October 1, 1900

A-362 Sousa´s Band - Who Dat Say Chicken In Dis Crowd? (Will Marion Cook) - =1 - October 3, 1900

A-363 Sousa´s Band - Zampa Overture (Ferdinand Hérold) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 502 - October 4, 1900

A-364 Sousa´s Band - Chopin´s Mazurka (Frédéric Chopin (c)/Arthur Pryor (ar)) - =1 - October 2, 1900

A-365 Sousa´s Band - Hail To The Spirit Of Liberty (John Philip Sousa) - =4 - October 6, 1900

A-366 Sousa´s Band - Flirtation Waltz (P. A. Steck) - =4 - October 5, 1900

A-367 Sousa´s Band - Primrose March (Carl Carlton) - =4 - October 3, 1900

A-368 Sousa´s Band - Waltz From The Serenade (Victor Herbert) - =4 - October 3, 1900

A-369 Sousa´s Band - Flee As A Bird (Mary Dana Shindler) - =2 - October 3, 1900

A-370 Sousa´s Band - Baby Polka (Rudolf Bial) - =2 - October 3, 1900

A-371 Sousa´s Band - The White Rat March (Arthur Pryor) - =2 - October 4, 1900

A-372 Sousa´s Band - Siciliana (Pietro Mascagni) - =2 - October 4, 1900

A-373 Sousa´s Band - The Conqueror March (W. A. Corey) - =2 - October 5, 1900

A-374 Sousa´s Band - The Butterfly Dance (Theo. Bendix) - =1 - October 5, 1900

A-375 Sousa´s Band and Walter B. Rogers - Auld Lang Syne (Walter B. Rogers) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 89 - October 5, 1900

A-376 Sousa´s Band - Fesche Frauen (Georg Liebling) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 90 - October 5, 1900

A-377 Sousa´s Band - Luna (Paul Lincke) - =1 - October 1, 1900

A-378 Sousa´s Band - Selection From The Belle of New York (Gustave Kerker) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 49 - October 5, 1900

A-379 Sousa´s Band - Polka Des Clowns (Gabriel Allier) - =1 - October 6, 1900

A-380 Sousa´s Band - Poet and Peasant Overture (Franz von Suppé) - =1 - October 6, 1900

A-381 Sousa´s Band - Lolita (Otto Langey) - =1 - October 6, 1900

A-382 Sousa´s Band - American Patrol (F. W. Meacham) - =1 - October 6, 1900

A-383 Sousa´s Band - Rose Mousse (Auguste Bosc) - =1 - October 6, 1900

A-384 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Gay Golf Girl (John W. Bratton) - =1 - December 1, 1900

A-385 Metropolitan Orchestra - Richard Carvel March (William Furst) - =1 - December 1, 1900

A-386 Metropolitan Orchestra - Selection from The Mikado (Arthur Sullivan) - =1 - December 6, 1900

A-387 Metropolitan Orchestra - Selection from The Mikado (Arthur Sullivan) - =1 - December 6, 1900

A-388 Metropolitan Orchestra - Selection from Patience (Arthur Sullivan) - =3 - December 6, 1900

A-389 Metropolitan Orchestra - Selection from Patience (Arthur Sullivan) - =1 - December 6, 1900

A-390 Metropolitan Orchestra - Selection from Iolanthe (Arthur Sullivan) - =1 - December 6, 1900

A-391 Metropolitan Orchestra - Selection from Iolanthe (Arthur Sullivan) - =1 - December 6, 1900

A-392 Metropolitan Orchestra - Selection from Patience (Arthur Sullivan) - =1 - January 10, 1901

A-393 Metropolitan Orchestra - Selection from Patience (Arthur Sullivan) - =2 - January 10, 1901

A-394 Metropolitan Orchestra - Selection from Florodora (Leslie Stuart) - =2 - January 10, 1901

A-395 Metropolitan Orchestra - Morning Journal Waltz (Johann Strauss) - =2 - January 17, 1901

A-396 Metropolitan Orchestra - Tales from The Vienna Woods (Johann Strauss) - =2 - January 17, 1901

A-397 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Pride of The Kitchen (J. P. Skelly) - =2 - January 17, 1901

A-398 ?

A-399


400 - 499



A-400 Harry Gibbs - The Mocking Bird (Septimus Winner) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 478 - September 25, 1900

A-401 Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Little Nell (Arthur Pryor) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 118 - September 17, 1900

A-402 Frank P. Banta - Hello, My Baby (Joseph E. Howard (c)/(l) Ida Emerson) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 1165 - September 27, 1900

A-403 Frank P. Banta/Herbert L. Clarke - Flocktonian Polka (John Oscar Casey) - =1 - September 27, 1900

A-404 Charles D´Almaine - Polish National Dance (Not Given) - =2 - October 18, 1900

A-405 Charles D´Almaine - Ben Bolt (Nelson Kneass (c)/(arr) Charles D'Almaine) - January 12, 1900

A-406 Frank P. Banta/Herbert L. Clarke - Killarney (Michael William Balfe/Herbert L. Clarke) - =4 - November 8, 1900

A-407 Haydn Quartet - Cornfield Medley (Arthur Pryor) - =1 - September 27, 1900

A-408 Arthur Collins - My Sunflower Sue (John W. Bratton) - =3 - November 10, 1900

A-409 Arthur Collins - Cindy, I Dreams About You (Dave Reed, Jr.) - =3 - November 10, 1900

A-410 Will N. Steele - Eikenstein On War (Will N. Steele) - =2 - October 15, 1900

A-411 Will N. Steele - Eikenstein On The Ocean (Will N. Steele) - =2 - October 15, 1900

A-412 Will N. Steele - Eikenstein At A Prize Fight (Will N. Steele) - =2 - October 15, 1900

A-413 Will N. Steele - John W. Kelly´s Story: A. P. A. (Will N. Steele) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 67 - October 15, 1900

A-414 Will N. Steele - John W. Kelly´s Story: The Irish On Parade (Will N. Steele) - =2 - October 15, 1900

A-415 Will N. Steele - A Vaudeville Specialty (Will N. Steele) - =2 - September 15, 1900

A-416 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - El café de Puerto Rico (Not Given) - =1 - October 16, 1900

A-417 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - La Cocina (Not Given) - =1 - October 16, 1900

A-418 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Caballero de Gracia (Joaquín Valverde; Federico Chueca (c)/(l) Felipe Pérez Y González) - =2 - October 16, 1900

A-419 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - La Bayamesa (Pedro Figueredo) - =2 - October 16, 1900

A-420 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Sobre Las Olas (Juventino Rosas) - =2 - October 16, 1900

A-421 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Mi Patria (F. M. Alvarez) - =2 - October 16, 1900

A-422 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - En Tu Ventana (Not Given) - =2 - October 16, 1900

A-423 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - La Golondrina (Narciso Serradel (c)/(l) P. Berrios) - =2 - October 16, 1900

A-424 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Bolero De Los Matadores (Not Given) - =2 - October 16, 1900

A-425 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Quién Te Llamó (Paterna) - =1 - October 16, 1900

A-426 Edna Florence - When Reuben Comes To Town (Maurice Levi (c)/(l) J. Cheever Goodwin) - =1 - October 17, 1900

A-427 Edna Florence - Always (Frederick V. Bowers (c)/(l) Charles Horwitz) - =1 - October 17, 1900

A-428 Edna Florence - A Dream (J. C. Bartlett (c)/(l) Charles B. Cory) - =1 - October 17, 1900

A-429 Edna Florence - The Holy City (Stephen Adams (c)/(l) Frederic Edward Weatherly) - =1 - October 17, 1900

A-430 Edna Florence - Mendelssohn´s Spring Song (Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 185- October 18, 1900

A-431 Charles D'Almaine - Hungarian Gipsy Air and Dance (Not Given) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 231 - October 18, 1900

A-432 Charles D'Almaine - Gems from Faust (Charles Gounod) - =1 - October 18, 1900

A-433 Charles D'Almaine - The Holy City (Stephen Adams) - =1 - October 18, 1900

A-434 Christopher H. H. Booth - The Mariners´ Hymn (Christopher H. H. Booth) - =1 - October 18, 1900

A-435 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Les Rameaux (J. Fauré (c)/(l) Theordore T. Barker) - =2 - October 18, 1900

A-436 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Il Balen (Giuseppe Verdi) - =2 - October 19, 1900

A-437 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Dio Possente (Charles Gounod) - =2 - October 19, 1900

A-438 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Serenata (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) - =2 - October 19, 1900

A-439 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Di Provenza (Giuseppe Verdi) - =2 - October 19, 1900

A-440 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Chanson Du Toréador (Georges Bizet) - =2 - October 19, 1900

A-441 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Prologo (Ruggiero Leoncavallo) - =2 - October 19, 1900

A-442 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Non è ver (Tito Mattei) - =2 - October 19, 1900

A-443 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Dio Dell´oro (Charles Gounod) - =2 - October 19, 1900

A-444 Sig. Carlos Francisco/Emilio de Gogorza - Mandulinata (Emile Paladilhe) - =2 - October 19, 1900

A-445 Samuel Siegel - The Foxhunters Two-Step (Not Given) - =3 - October 19, 1900

A-446 Samuel Siegel - Espagnole Waltz (Not Given) - =3 - October 20, 1900

A-447 Samuel Siegel - Hawthorne Club (Not Given) - =3 - October 20, 1900

A-448 Samuel Siegel - Remembrance of Thee (Samuel Siegel) - =3 - October 20, 1900

A-449 Samuel Siegel - Medley of Coon Songs (Not Given) - =3 - October 20, 1900

A-450 Samuel Siegel - Ma Lady Lou (Edwin S. Brill) - =2 - October 20, 1900

A-451 Harry C. Shunk - Parody on ´The Blue and The Gray´ (Not Given) - =2 - October 23, 1900

A-452 Harry C. Shunk - Just Because She Made Them Goo-Goo Eyes (Hughie Cannon (c)/(l) John Queen) - =2 - October 23, 1900

A-453 Harry C. Shunk - Parody on ´Always´ (Not Given) - =2 - October 23, 1900

A-454 Frank D. Badollet/Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Titl´s serenade (Anton Emil Titl) - =1 - October 26, 1900

A-455 Frank D. Badollet/Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Reverie (Not Given) - =2 - October 26, 1900

A-456 Frank D. Badollet/Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Pastorale (Gioacchino Rossini) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 117 - October 26, 1900

A-457 Frank D. Badollet/Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Vision of St. Cecilia (Not Given) - =1 - October 26, 1900

A-458 Frank D. Badollet/Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - From The Alps The Horn Resounding (Heinrich Proch) - =1 - October 26, 1900

A-459 Frank D. Badollet/Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Song of Love (Not Given) - =1 - October 26, 1900

A-460 Frank D. Badollet/Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Call Me Thine Own (F. Halévy) - =1 - October 26, 1900

A-461 Frank D. Badollet/Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Nocturne No. 1 (F. Halévy) - =1 - October 26, 1900

A-462 Frank D. Badollet/Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Fantasie (Not Given) - =2 - October 26, 1900

A-463 Frank D. Badollet/Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Thou Brilliant Bird (Félicien David) - =2 - October 26, 1900 - 2715 copies

A-464 Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Felice Waltz (Allesandro Liberati) - =2 - October 27, 1900

A-465 Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Gounod´s Serenade (Charles Gounod) - =2 - October 27, 1900 - 365 copies

A-466 Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Fantasie On ´Old Folks At Home´ (Stephen Collins Foster (c)/(ar) Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 97 - October 27, 1900 - 610 copies

A-467 Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - Carnaval de Venise (Julius Benedict) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 93 - October 27, 1900 - 470 copies

A-468 Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - The Star (Not Given) - =1 - October 27, 1900 - 275 copies

A-469 Frank D. Badollet - The Kiss (Not Given) - =1 - October 27, 1900 - 277 copies

A-470 Frank D. Badollet - Last Rose Of Summer (Thomas Moore) - =1 - October 27, 1900 - 568 copies

A-471 Frank D. Badollet - We Won´t Go Home Until Morning (Thomas Moore) - =1 - October 27, 1900 - 381 copies

A-472 Frank D. Badollet - Chopin´s Waltz (Frédéric Chopin) - =2 - October 27, 1900 - 297 copies

A-473 Frank D. Badollet - The Birds In The Forest (Frank D. Badollet) - =1 - October 27, 1900 - 541 copies

A-474 Dan W. Quinn - When Reuben Comes To Town (Maurice Levi (c)/ (l) J. Cheever Goodwin) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 241 - Camden, NJ - October 29, 1900 - 1300 copies

A-475 Dan W. Quinn - Just Because She Made Them Goo-Goo Eyes (Hughie Cannon (c)/(l) John Queen) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 429 and 475 - October 29, 1900 - 1600 copies

A-476 Dan W. Quinn - Chinee Soje-Man (Lionel Monckton (c)/(l) Adrian Ross; Harry Greenbank) - =2 - October 29, 1900

A-477 Dan W. Quinn - Pletty Little Chinee (Sidney Jones (c)/Harry Greenbank (l)/Adrian Ross (l) - =2 - October 29, 1900 - 445 copies

A-478 Rosalia Chalia - Stella Del Norte: Barcarolla (Giacomo Meyerbeer) - =2 - Also on International Record Collector´s Club IRCC-3143 - October 30, 1900

A-479 Rosalia Chalia - Ah! Fors'é lui (Giuseppe Verdi) - =2 - October 30, 1900

A-480 Rosalia Chalia - L'addio Del Passato (Giuseppe Verdi) - =2 - October 30, 1900

A-481 Rosalia Chalia - Una Voce Poco Fa (Gioacchino Rossini) - =2 - October 30, 1900

A-482 Rosalia Chalia - The Last Rose of Summer (Thomas Moore) - =2 - October 30, 1900

A-483 Rosalia Chalia - Ai Nostri Monti (Giuseppe Verdi) - =2 - October 30, 1900

A-484 Edward M. Favor - Ma Honey Lou (Fred M. Statia) - =1 - October 30, 1900

A-485 Vess L. Ossman - Mosquito Parade (Howard Whitney) - =2 - November 1, 1900 - 225 copies

A-486 Vess L. Ossman - Selections from A Runaway Girl (Ivan Caryll; Lionel Monckton(c)) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 538 - November 1, 1900

A-487 Vess L. Ossman - Medley (Sidney Jones) - =1 - November 1, 1900

A-488 Marie Romaine - Forgotten (Eugene Cowles (c)/(l) Flora Wulschner) - =1 - November 2, 1900

A-489 Marie Romaine - Habanera (Georges Bizet) - =1 - November 2, 1900

A-490 William F. Hooley - A Record For The Children (Not Given) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 418 - November 6, 1900

A-491 William F. Hooley - A Record For The Children (Not Given) - =2 - November 6, 1900

A-492 Harry MacDonough - The Duchess of Central Park (Maurice Levi (c)/(l) J. Cheever Goodwin) - =2 - November 7, 1900 - 397 copies

A-493 Herbert L. Clarke - Grand Russian Fantasie (Jules Levy) - =2 - November 8, 1900

A-494 Herbert L. Clarke - Ah! Cupid! (Victor Herbert) - =2 - November 8, 1900 - 270 copies

A-495 Herbert L. Clarke - For All Eternity (Angelo Mascheroni) - =1 - November 8, 1900 - 215 copies

A-496 Herbert L. Clarke - I Can´t Tell Why I Love You, But I Do (Gus Edwards) - =1 - November 9, 1900

A-497 Herbert L. Clarke - Inflammatus (Gioacchino Rossini) - =1 - November 9, 1900 - 128 copies

A-498 Herbert L. Clarke - Naukeag Polka (John Oscar Casey) - =1 - November 9, 1900

A-499 Herbert L. Clarke - Hearts and Flowers (Theodore Moses Tobani) - =1 - November 9, 1900


500 - 599



A-500 Herbert L. Clarke - Love´s Old Sweet Song (James L. Molloy) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 5683 - November 9, 1900

A-501 Herbert L. Clarke - The Holy City (Stephen Adams) - =1 - November 9, 1900 - 216 copies

A-502 Arthur Collins/Metropolitan Orchestra - Lam, Lam, Lam (Benjamin M. Jerome (c)/(l) Frank Abbott) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 489 - November 11, 1900 - 446 copies

A-503 S. H. Dudley - Parody on ´Just One Girl´ (Lyn Udall (c)/(l) Karl Kennett) - =2 - November 12, 1900

A-504 S. H. Dudley - Put Me Off At Buffalo (John Dillon (c)/(l) Harry Dillon) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 3 - November 13, 1900

A-505 S. H. Dudley - A Vaudeville Sketch (Vaudeville Specialty) (Not Given) - =1 - November 13, 1900

A-506 Georgia Minstrels/S. H. Dudley - Minstrel Record, No. 1 (Just One Girl) (Not Given) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 44 - November 14, 1900 - 1:53

A-507 Georgia Minstrels/S. H. Dudley - Minstrel Record, No. 2 (Darktown Is Out Tonight) (Not Given) - 7 in. single-faced black label - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 45 - November 14, 1900

A-508 Georgia Minstrels/William F. Hooley - Minstrel Record, No. 3 (The Old Folks At Home) (Not Given) - 7 in. single-faced black label - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 46 - November 14, 1900

A-509 Georgia Minstrels/William F. Hooley - Minstrel First Part, No. 4 (How I Love My Lou)(Old Log Cabin) (Not Given) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 50 - November 14, 1900 - 2:14

A-510 Georgia Minstrels/William F. Hooley - Minstrel First Part, No. 4 (Massa´s In De Cold, Cold Ground) (Not Given) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 51 - November 14, 1900

A-511 S. H. Dudley - We´ll Never Haul The Old Flag Down (Jean C. Havez) - =2 - November 15, 1900

A-512 S. H. Dudley - Oh! Wouldn´t Tthat Jar You? (Will D. Cobb) - =2 - November 15, 1900

A-513 S. H. Dudley - Rhoda And Her Pagoda (San Toy) (Lionel Monckton (c)/(l) Adrian Ross; Harry Greenbank; Sidney Jones) - =2 - November 15, 1900 - 518 copies

A-514 S. H. Dudley - Chinee Soje-man (San Toy) (Lionel Monckton (c)/(l) Adrian Ross; Harry Greenbank; Sidney Jones) - =2 - November 15, 1900 - 560 copies

A-515 S. H. Dudley - When The Moon Comes Up Behind De Hill (Paul Dresser) - =2 - November 15, 1900

A-516 S. H. Dudley - A Private In The Ranks (William Loraine (c)/(l) Harry B. Marshall) - =2 - November 15, 1900 - 505 copies

A-517 S. H. Dudley - My Blushin´ Rosie (John Stromberg (c)/(l) Edgar Smith) - =2 - November 15, 1900

A-518 S. H. Dudley - MySun Flower Sue (My Sunshine Sue) (Not Given) - =2 - November 15, 1900

A-519 S. H. Dudley - When Reuben Comes To Town (Maurice Levi(c)/(l) J. Cheever Goodwin) - =3 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 276 - November 15, 1900

A-520 Haydn Quartet - College Medley (Not Given) - =1 - November 17, 1900

A-521 Haydn Quartet - Onward Christian Soldiers (Arthur Sullivan (c)/(l) Sabine Baring-Gould) - =2 - November 17, 1900 - 586 copies

A-522 Haydn Quartet - Gottschalk´s ´Last hope´ (Last Hope) (Louis Moreau Gottschalk) - =2 - November 17, 1900 - 360 copies

A-523 Walter B. Rogers - War Songs (Walter B. Rogers) - =2 - November 19, 1900 - 138 copies

A-524 Walter B. Rogers/Sousa´s Band (Arthur Pryor-conductor) - A Soldier´s Dream (Walter B. Rogers) - =2 - November 19, 1900 - 237 copies

A-525 Walter B. Rogers/Sousa´s Band (Arthur Pryor-conductor) - A Southern Dance (Walter B. Rogers) - =2 - November 19, 1900

A-526 Walter B. Rogers (instrumentalist: cornet)/Sousa's Band-Arthur Pryor (conductor) - Just Sweet Sixteen (When You Were Sweet Sixteen) (James Thornton) - =2 - November 19, 1900

A-527 Walter B. Rogers - Old Black Joe (Stephen Collins Foster (c)/(ar) Walter B. Rogers) - =2 - November 19, 1900

A-528 Walter B. Rogers/Sousa´s Band - Not Long Ago (Not Given) - =1 - November 19, 1900

A-529 Walter B. Rogers - Concert Polka (Not Given) - November 20, 1900 - 206 copies

A-530 Sousa´s Band/Walter B. Rogers (instrumentalist:cornet) - Dear Golden Days (Not Given) - =2 - November 20, 1900

A-531 Sousa´s Band/Walter B. Rogers (instrumentalist:cornet) - German Sounds (Not Given) - 7" disc - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 107 - November 20, 1900 - 120 copies
B-531 Sousa´s Band/Walter B. Rogers (instrumentalist:cornet) - German Sounds - (Not Given) - 10" disc - =M-1 - Philadelphia, PA - August 11, 1902 - 120 copies

A-532 Walter B. Rogers - Yankee Doodle, with Variations (Walter B. Rogers) - November 20, 1900 - 7-inch - 235 copies)
B-532 Walter B. Rogers - Yankee Doodle, with Variations (Walter B. Rogers) - 10-inch - =M-1 - Philadelphia, PA - August 8, 1902

A-533 Harry MacDonough - I Can´'t Tell Why I Love You, But I Do (Gus Edwards (c)/(l) Will D. Cobb) - 7-inch - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 83 - November 21, 1900 - 894 copies
A-533 Harry MacDonough - I Can´'t Tell Why I Love You, But I Do (Gus Edwards (c)/(l) Will D. Cobb) - 10" disc - =M2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 83 - November 21, 1900 - 894 copies
A-533 Harry MacDonough - I Can´'t Tell Why I Love You, But I Do (Gus Edwards (c)/(l) Will D. Cobb) - 10" disc - =3 - September 10, 1901 - 963 copies

A-534 Harry MacDonough - Drinking Song (Arthur Sullivan (c)/(l) Basil Hood) - 7-inch - =1 - November 21, 1900

A-535 Harry MacDonough - Sally (Maurice Levi (c)/(l) Richard Carle) - 7-inch - =1 - November 21, 1900

A-536 Harry MacDonough - The Tale of The Kangaroo (Christopher H. H. Booth) - 7-inch - =2 - November 21, 1900

A-537 Metropolitan Orchestra - National Guard (Gustav Luders (c)/(l) Frank Pixley) - 10-inch - =1 - November 21, 1900 - 1518 copies

A-538 Arthur Collins/Metropolitan Orchestra - Every Race Has A Flag But The Coon (J. Fred Helf (c)/(l) Will A. Heelan) - 7-inch - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 59 - November 24, 1900

A-539 Arthur Collins/Metropolitan Orchestra - Strike Up The Band (Charles B. Ward (c)/(l) Andrew B. Sterling) - =2 - November 24, 1900

A-540 Arthur Collins/Metropolitan Orchestra - Ma Rainbow Coon (A. Baldwin Sloane (c)/(l) Clay M. Greene) - =2 - November 24, 1900

A-541 Rosalia Chalia - Thou Brilliant Bird (Félicien David (c)/(l) St. Etienne Gabriel) - =1 - December 3, 1900 - 243 copies

A-542 Rosalia Chalia - Caro Nome (Giuseppe Verdi) - =1 - December 3, 1900 - 354 copies

A-543 Rosalia Chalia - O Patria Mia (Giuseppe Verdi) - =1 - December 3, 1900 - 180 copies

A-544 Rosalia Chalia - Il Bacio (The Kiss) (Luigi Arditi) - =1 - December 3, 1900 - 230 copies

A-545 Rosalia Chalia - Home, Sweet Home (Henry R. Bishop (c)/(l) John Howard Payne) - =3 - December 3, 1900 - 203 copies
A-545 Rosalia Chalia - Home, Sweet Home (Henry R. Bishop (c)/(l) John Howard Payne) - 10-inch - =M1 - June 3, 1901 - 825 copies

A-546 Rosalia Chalia/Jane Frankel - Mefistofele: Serenata (Arrigo Boito) - =1 - December 3, 1900 - 449 copies

A-547 Rosalia Chalia - Pietà Signore (Louis Niedermeyer) - =1 - December 3, 1900

A-548 Rosalia Chalia/Frank D. Badollet (instrumentalist: flute) - Angel´s Serenade (Gaetano Braga) - =1 - December 4, 1900

A-549 Rosalia Chalia - Gounod´s Serenade (Charles Gounod) - =2 - December 4, 1900

A-550 Rosalia Chalia - Ave Maria (Charles Gounod) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 660 - December 4, 1900 -

A-551 Rosalia Chalia - Seguidillas Manchegas (Not Given) - =2 - December 4, 1900

A-552 Rosalia Chalia - (Eduardo Sánchez de Fuentes) - =2 - December 4, 1900
A-552 Rosalia Chalia - (Eduardo Sánchez de Fuentes) - 10" disc - =M1 - December 4, 1900

A-553 Rosalia Chalia - Home, Sweet Home (Henry R. Bishop (c)/(l) John Howard Payne) - =0 - Also on 545 and 3433 - December 4, 1900

A-554 Rosalia Chalia/Jane Frankel - Quis Est Homo (Gioacchino Rossini) - =2 - December 4, 1900 - 482 copies

A-555 Rosalia Chalia/Jane Frankel - Sur La Grand Mer (A. Goring Thomas) - =2 - December 4, 1900

A-556 Rosalia Chalia/Jane Frankel - Mesta ogno (Friedrich von Flotow) - =2 - December 4, 1900 - 506 copies

A-557 Rosalia Chalia/Jane Frankel - Dôme épais (Léo Delibes) - =2 - December 4, 1900

A-558 Rosalia Chalia/Jane Frankel - Memories (Not Given) - =1 - December 4, 1900

A-559 Rosalia Chalia/Jane Frankel - Dear Heart (Tito Mattei) - =1 - December 4, 1900

A-560 J. J. Fisher - Hosanna (Jules Granier (c)/(l) Nathan Haskell Dole) - =2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 160 - December 5, 1900 - 362 copies -

A-561 J. J. Fisher - Charity (J. Fauré) - =1 - December 5, 1900 - 218 copies

A-562 J. J. Fisher - Nazareth (Charles Gounod (c)/(l)Henry Fothergill Chorley) - =2 - December 5, 1900 - 218 copies

A-563 J. J. Fisher - Drinking Song (Arthur Sullivan (c)/(l)Basil Hood) - =2 - December 5, 1900 - 284 copies - Also on 773 and A-534

A-564 J. J. Fisher - Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep (Not Given) - =2 - December 5, 1900 - 471 copies

A-565 J. J. Fisher - I Heard The Voice of Jesus Say (John Bacchus Dykes (c)/(l) Horatius Bonar) - =2 - 192 - December 5, 1900 - 419 copies - - Also on Berliner (Canada)

A-566 J. J. Fisher - Anchored (Michael Watson (c)/Samuel K. Cowan (l)) - =0 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 159 - December 5, 1900 - 340 copies

A-567 J. J. Fisher - The Sweetest Story Ever Told (R. M. Stults) - =2 - December 5, 1900 - 910 copies

A-568 J. J. Fisher - All Hail The Power of Jesus'´ Name (Oliver Holden) - =0 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 204 December 5, 1900 - 175 copies -

A-569 J. J. Fisher - Blest Be The Tie That Binds (Hans Georg Nägeli(c)/(l)John Fawcett) - =2 - December 5, 1900 - 359 copies

A-570 J. J. Fisher - Blessed Assurance (Phoebe Palmer Knapp (c)/(l)Fanny Crosby) - =0 - December 5, 1900 - 332 copies

A-571 J. J. Fisher - A Bandit´s Life (Not Given) - =0 - December 6, 1900 - 428 copies

A-572 J. J. Fisher - The Armorer´s Song (Reginald De Koven (c)/(l)Harry Bache Smith ) - =0 - December 6, 1900 - 298 copies

A-573 J. J. Fisher - Asthore (Henry Trotère (c)/(l) Clifton Bingham) - =0 - December 6, 1900 - 346 copies - Also on Berliner (Canada) 172

A-574 J. J. Fisher - Flee As A Bird To Your Mountain (Mary Dana Shindler) - =0 - December 6, 1900

A-575 J. J. Fisher - My Queen Irene (John W. Bratton (c)/(l) Walter H. Ford) - =2 - December 6, 1900 - 331

A-576 J. J. Fisher - Rocked In The Cradle Of The Deep (Joseph Philip Knight (c)/(l) Emma Willard) - =0 - December 6, 1900

A-577 J. J. Fisher - Since Thou Aart Mine (Not Given) - =0 - December 6, 1900 - 314 copies

A-578 J. J. Fisher - Sweet Susana (Sweet Suzanne) (Not Given) - =0 - December 6, 1900 - 314 copies

A-579 J. J. Fisher - The Palms (J. Fauré (c)/(l) Theordore T. Barker) - =0 - December 6, 1900

A-580 J. J. Fisher - Believe (George Rosey (c)/(l) Frank J. Tannehill Jr.) - =0 - December 6, 1900 - 279 copies

A-581 George Washington Johnson - The Whistling Girl (George Washington Johnson) - December 31, 1900 - 1:48 - Also on Victor 581 - 10 in. single-faced black label - = M-1 - Philadelphia, PA - September 11, 1902 and Victor 581 - 7-inch single-faced black label - = V-12 - Philadelphia, PA - May 5, 1903 and and again - as = M-12/M-13 - May 5, 1903

A-582 George Washington Johnson - The Whistling Coon (Sam Devere) - =1 - December 6, 1900 - 666 Copies, =2* - 1112 copies, =3 - 85 copies - 2:22 *playing

A-583 George Washington Johnson - Laughing Song (Not Given) - =1 - December 31, 1900 - 807 copies, 1198 copies - =3 - December 31, 1900 - 1130 Copies, - Philadelphia, PA - =V-5 - September 11, 1902 - 445 Copies Also on A-583 - 10-inch - =1/M-12 - May 5, 1903

A-584 George Washington Johnson - The Laughing Coon (Not Given) - =4 - December 31, 1900 - 1355 copies - Also on Berliner (Canada) 79 =2 - 665 copies - recorded again Philadelphia, PA - V-12 - May 5, 1903 - 7 in. single-faced black label

A-584 George Washington Johnson - The Laughing Coon (Not Given) - 10-inch - =M2 - Philadelphia, PA - September 11, 1902 - 300 copies and - Philadelphia, PA - May 3, 1903

A-585 S. H. Dudley - Why Don't The Band Play? (J. Rosamond Johnson (c)/(l)Bob Cole; James Weldon Johnson) - =0 - January 5, 1901 and again =V-3 - Philadelphia, PA - May 16, 1902 - Also recorded as 3008 ]

A-586 S. H. Dudley - Why Don't The Band Play? (J. Rosamond Johnson (c)/(l)Bob Cole; James Weldon Johnson) - =3 - May 16, 1902 - 3:04 and again =V-3 - Philadelphia, Pa - May 16, 1903 also 10-inch - =M-1 - Philadelphia, Pa - May 16, 1903 and 12-inch - =R-2 - Philadelphia, Pa - June 16, 1902

A-587 Antonio Vargas - El Toreador (Not Given) - =2 - Also recorded as 3011 - January 5, 1901 - 255 copies

A-588 Antonio Vargas - Jerusalem (The Holy City) (Henry Parker) - =1 - Also recorded as 3010 - January 5, 1901
A-588 Antonio Vargas - Jerusalem (The Holy City) (Henry Parker) - 10-inch - =M-1 - January 5, 1901

A-589 Antonio Vargas - Eternamente (Angelo Mascheroni (c)/(l)Pietro Mazzoni) - =1 - January 5, 1901

A-590 Antonio Vargas - Verbena De La Paloma (Tomás Bretón) - =1 - January 5, 1901 - 308 copies

A-591 Antonio Vargas - Te Amo (Danza Mexicana) (Not Given) - =2 - January 5, 1901
A-591 Antonio Vargas - Te Amo (Danza Mexicana) (Not Given) - 10-inch - =M-1 - Philadelphia, PA - February 18, 1902

A-592 Antonio Vargas - Canción del ruiseñor (Not Given) - =2 - January 5, 1901

A-593 Antonio Vargas - La serenata de Schubert (Franz Schubert) - =2 - January 5, 1901

A-594 Antonio Vargas - Ave Maria (Pietro Mascagni) - =1 - January 5, 1901

A-595 Antonio Vargas - Aria (Las campanas del carrión) (Not Given) - =1 - January 5, 1901

A-596 Moereman´s Woodwind Quartet - Boccherini´s Minuet (Luigi Boccherini) - =1 - January 7, 1901 - 296 copies

A-597 Moereman´s Woodwind Quartet - Nearer My God To Thee (Lowell Mason) - =1 - January 7, 1901 - 674 copies

A-598 Moereman´s Woodwind Quartet - Träumerei (Robert Schumann) - =1 - January 7, 1901 - 282 copies

A-599 Moereman´s Woodwind Quartet - Robin Adair (Eileen Aroon) - =1 - January 7, 1901 - 303 copies


600 - 699



A-600 Moereman´s Woodwind Quartet - Bridal March (Richard Wagner) - =1 - January 7, 1901

A-601 Jean-Baptiste H. Moeremans - A Technical Affair (Not Given) - =1 - January 7, 1901

A-602 Moereman´s Woodwind Quartet - The Palms (J. Fauré) - =1 - January 7, 1901 - 462 Copies

A-603 Moereman´s Woodwind Quartet - Annie Laurie (Lady John Douglas Scott) - Feburary 13, 1902 - 575 copies

A-604 Moereman´s Woodwind Quartet - Gottschalk´s 'Last Hope' (Louis Moreau Gottschalk) - January 7, 1901 - 362 Copies

A-605 Harry Macdonough - Where Is My Wandering Boy Tonight? (Robert Lowry) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 134 - January 8, 1901 -

A-606 Christopher H. H. Booth - Rock of Ages (Thomas Hastings) - =1 - January 8, 1901 - =M-2/B-788 - February 19, 1901
A-606 Christopher H. H. Booth - Rock of Ages (Thomas Hastings) - 10-inch - =1 - Philadelphia, PA - January 22, 1901

A-607 Christopher H. H. Booth - Come Ye Disconsolate (Samuel Webbe) - Pre-matrix A-607=2 - Camden, NJ - February 19, 1901

A-608 Christopher H. H. Booth - Adeste Fidelis (Not Given) - 7" single-sided - Pre-matrix A-608=2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 270 - Camden, NJ - February 19, 1901
A-608 Christopher H. H. Booth - Adeste Fidelis (Not Given) - 10" single-sided - Pre-matrix B-608=2 - Philadelphia, PA - January 22, 1902

A-609 Harry Macdonough - Side By Side (Lyn Udall) - Pre-matrix A-609=2 - Camden, NJ - January 8, 1901

A-610 Harry MacDonough - My Sweet Queen (Chauncey Olcott) - Pre-matrix A-610 - Camden, NJ - January 8, 1901 - 2:07

A-611 Harry MacDonough - When The Birds Go North Again (Robert F. Roden (l)/(c) Max S. Witt) - Pre-matrix A-611 - Camden, NJ - January 8, 1901
A-611 Harry MacDonough - When The Birds Go North Again (Robert F. Roden (l)/(c) Max S. Witt) - 10-inch - Pre-matrix A-611 - Philadelphia, PA - February 9, 1903

A-612 Harry MacDonough - A Picture Without A Frame (Al Wilber (l)/ (c) Harry Jonnes) - Pre-matrix A-612 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 137 - Camden, NJ - January 8, 1901

A-613 Harry MacDonough - The Girl I Should Have Married Long Ago (William Francis Burke) - Pre-matrix A-612=2 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 127 - Camden, NJ - January 8, 1901
A-613 Harry MacDonough - The Girl I Should Have Married Long Ago (William Francis Burke) - 10-inch - Pre-matrix A-612=2 - Philadelphia, PA - November 20, 1901 - 2:38

A-614 Harry MacDonough - Here's To The Rose (Sylvester Krouse (c)/ (l) William R. Goodall) - Pre-matrix A-614 - Camden, NJ - January 8, 1901

A-615 Harry MacDonough - Home, Sweet Home (Henry R. Bishop (c)/(l) John Howard Payne) - Pre-matrix A-615=2 - Also on Victor [PM-]1214, B-716, B-1186, and B-1348 and Berliner (Canada) 643 - Camden, NJ - January 8, 1901

A-616 Billy Golden - Roll On The Ground (Not Given) - =3 - Philadelphia, PA - October 31, 1901

A-617 Billy Golden - Crap Shooting (Billy Golden) - =2 - January 9, 1901

A-618

A-619 Billy Golden - The Wedding O´er the Hill (Not Given) - October 31, 1901 - 2:34

A-620 Billy Golden - Yaller Gal (Not Given) - [Monarch - October 31, 1901

A-621 Billy Golden - Uncle Jefferson (Not Given) - September 1, 1901

A-622

A-623

A-624

A-625

A-626

A-627

A-628

A-629

A-630

A-631

A-632

A-633

A-634

A-635

A-636

A-637

A-638

A-639

A-640

A-641

A-642

A-643

A-644 William F. Hooley - Kathleen Mavourneen (Not Given) - September 23, 1903 - 2:33

A-645

A-646

A-647

A-648

A-649

A-650 Arthur Collins - I´ve Got a White Man Workin For Me (Andrew Sterling) - February 2, 1901 - 1:49

A-651

A-652 Harry MacDonough - When The Harvest Days Are Over (Howard Graham/Harry Von Tilzer) - [Monarch - February 6, 1901 - 2:04

A-653 Harry MacDonough - Good Bye Dolly Gray (Will D. Cobb/Paul Barnes) - June 8, 1904 - 2:59

A-654

A-655 Harry MacDonough - Good Bye Dolly Gray (Will D. Cobb/Paul Barnes) - Philadelphia, PA - February 15, 1902 - 2:56 - US Billboard #12 - May 1901 (5 weeks)

A-656

A-657 Haydn Quartet - I´se Gwine Back to Dixie (Charles A. White) - [Monarch - November 19, 1902 - 2:34

A-658

A-659 Cal Stewart - I´m Old But I´m Awfully Tough (Cal Stewart) - October 20, 1903 - 2:38

A-660 Cal Stewart - Uncle Josh Weathersby In A Chinese Laundry (Cal Stewart) - 7-inch - Camden, NJ - February 8, 1901 - 2:54

A-661

A-662

A-663

A-664 Cal Stewart - Uncle Josh Weathersby´s Trip To Coney Island (Cal Stewart) - 4 - Feburary 8, 1901 - 2120 copies

A-665 Cal Stewart - Uncle Josh in a Department Store (Cal Stewart) - May 22, 1903 - 2:32

A-666

A-667

A-668

A-669

A-670

A-671

A-672

A-673 George P. Watson - Sleep, Baby, Sleep (Not Given)

A-674

A-675

A-676

A-677

A-678

A-679

A-680

A-681

A-682

A-683

A-684

A-685

A-686

A-687

A-688

A-689 J. W. Myers - Rocked In The Cradle of The Deep (Not Given) - 1903

A-690

A-691

A-692

A-693

A-694

A-695

A-696

A-697

A-698

A-699


700 - 799



A-700

A-701

A-702

A-703

A-704

A-705

A-706

A-707

A-708

A-709

A-710

A-711

A-712

A-713 S. H. Dudley - The Whistling Bowery Boy (Frank Kernell) - March 5, 1901 - 1:57 - 798 Copies

A-714

A-715

A-716

A-717

A-718

A-719

A-720

A-721 Lyric Trio - Beulah Land (Not Given) - March 11, 1901

A-722 Lyric Trio - Jesus, Lover Of My Soul (Not Given) - March 11, 1901

A-723

A-724

A-725

A-726 Haydn Quartet - My Faith Looks Up To Thee (Not Given - W. K. Bassford/Franz Lachner) - B120=3 - Also recorded as A-120 - Philadelphia, PA - November 14, 1903

A-727

A-728

A-729

A-730

A-731

A-732

A-733

A-734

A-735

A-736

A-737

A-738

A-739

A-740

A-741 Dan W. Quinn - She´s Getting More Like The White Folks Every Day (Bert Williams (c)/(l) George Walker) - =1 - April 26, 1901

A-742 Dan W. Quinn - My Fortune-Telling Man (Bert Williams (c)/(c)George Walker) - =2 - April 26, 1901

A-743 Dan W. Quinn - My Little Zulu Babe (J. Tim Brymn (c)/(l) W. S Estren) - =1 - April 26, 1901

A-744 Dan W. Quinn - That´s What The Germans Sang (J. Fred Helf (c)/Will A. Heelan (l)) - =1 - Also recorded as [PM-]3286 and B-1180 - April 26, 1901

A-745 Dan W. Quinn - My Lady Love (Al Johns (c)/(l) Elmer Bowman) - April 26, 1901

A-746 Dan W. Quinn - You Can´t Keep A Good Man Down (M. F. Carey) - Also on Berliner (Canada) 678 - April 26, 1901

A-747 Dan W. Quinn - My Dinah Sidney L. Perrin - April 26, 1901

A-748 Mina Hickman - Killarney (Michael William Balfe (c)/(l) Edmund Falconer) - April 29, 1901

A-749

A-750 Harry MacDonough - The Story Of The Rose ("Heart Of My Heart") (Andrew Mack/"Alice") - Also on Berliner 111 - Also on A-53 - November 18, 1903

A-751

A-752

A-753

A-754

A-755

A-756

A-757

A-758

A-759

A-760

A-761

A-762

A-763

A-764

A-765

A-766

A-767

A-768

A-769

A-770

A-771

A-772

A-773

A-774

A-775 S. H. Dudley/Harry MacDonough - Sweet Annie Moore (John H. Flynn) - [Monarch - May 3, 1901 - 1:57 - 393 copies

A-776

A-777

A-778

A-779

A-780

A-781

A-782

A-783

A-784

A-785

A-786 Haydn Quartet - Moonlight On The Lake (Not Given) - 1902

A-787

A-788 Silas Leachman - A Big Fat Coon (Not Given) - December 5, 1901 - 1:58

A-789 Silas Leachman - I´ve Got Money Locked Up in the Vault (Not Given) - 37024 - May 13, 1901 - 1:42

A-790

A-791

A-792 Silas Leachman - Just Because She Made Dem Goo Goo Eyes (Not Given) - 37024

A-793

A-794

A-795

A-796

A-797

A-798

A-799


800 - 899



A-800

A-801

A-802 Silas Leachman - Coon, Coon, Coon (Not Given) - 37026 - May 15, 1901 - 1:50

A-803

A-804 Silas Leachman - Turkey in the Straw (Not Given) - September 17, 1904 - 2:14

A-805

A-806

A-807

A-808

A-809

A-810

A-811

A-812

A-813

A-814

A-815

A-816

A-817

A-818

A-819

A-820 Spencer and Ossman - Hot Times on the Levee (Not Given) - May 17, 1901 - 2:09

A-821

A-822 J. W. Myers - Marching Through Georgia (Not Given) - [Monarch - April 20, 1902

A-823

A-824

A-825

A-826

A-827

A-828

A-829

A-830

A-831

A-832

A-833

A-834

A-835

A-836

A-837

A-838

A-839

A-840

A-841

A-842

A-843

A-844

A-845

A-846

A-847

A-848

A-849

A-850

A-851

A-852

A-853

A-854

A-855

A-856

A-857

A-858

A-859

A-860

A-861 Steve C. Porter - Hello Central! Give Me Heaven (Not Given) - 37054 - June 12, 1901 - 2:14

A-862

A-863

A-864

A-865

A-866

A-867

A-868

A-869

A-870

A-871 Metropolitan Orchestra - Schottische, Pan-I-Merry-Can (George Rosey) - 4 - June 13, 1901 - 1:40 - 740 copies

A-872

A-873

A-874

A-875

A-876

A-877

A-878

A-879

A-880

A-881

A-882 Burt Shepard - The Boy And The Cheese (Not Given) - Pre-matrix A-882=3 - Also recorded as [PM-]7 and B-1647 - July 10, 1901

A-883 Burt Shepard - Has Anybody Seen Our Cat? (T. W. Connor (c)/(l)James T. Powers) - Also Morarch 3483 10" - July 28, 1901 - 2:29

A-884

A-885

A-886

A-887

A-888

A-889

A-890

A-891

A-892

A-893

A-894

A-895

A-896

A-897

A-898

A-899


900 - 999
10 inch Single-Faced Black Label



A-900 Burt Shepard - Parody on The Suwanee River (Not Given) - October 17, 1902 - 3:04

A-901

A-902

A-903 Burt Shepard - Experience As A Dry Goods Clerk (George Rosey) - =2 - July 10, 1901 - 1615 copies

A-904

A-905

A-906

A-907

A-908

A-909

A-910 American Quartet - Medley of Plantation Songs (Not Given) - July 17, 1901 - 1:59

A-911

A-912

A-913

A-914

A-915

A-916

A-917 Dan Quinn - You Can´t Keep A Good Man Down (M. F. Carey) - Also on 746 - Philadelphia, PA - January 14, 1904

A-918 Dan W. Quinn - Whistling Mike (Dan W. Quinn) - Also on 1988 - Camden, NJ - July 18, 1901

A-919

A-920

A-921

A-922

A-923 Dan W. Quinn - Ain´t That A Shame (Walter Wilson (c)/(l)John Queen) - Philadelphia, PA - October 30, 1902 - 2:01

A-924

A-925

A-926

A-927

A-928

A-929

A-930

A-931

A-932

A-933

A-934

A-935

A-936

A-937

A-938

A-939

A-940

A-941

A-942

A-943

A-944

A-945

A-946

A-947

A-948 Harry MacDonough - The Honeysuckle And The Bee (William H. Penn (c)/(l)Alb. H. Fitz) - 7-inch - September 10, 1901

A-949 Harry MacDonough - He Laid Away A Suit Of Gray To Wear The Union Blue (Ben Jansen (c)/(l) Edward M. Wickes) - 10-inch - =3 - Philadelphia, PA - June 10, 1902

A-950 Harry MacDonough - My Black Pearl (Edwin S. Brill (c)/Charles W. Doty (l)) - 7-inch - September 10, 1901

A-951 Harry MacDonough - The Wedding Of The Reuben And The Maid (Maurice Levi (c)/(l) Harry B. Smith) - 10-inch - Also on 3555 - September 10, 1901

A-952

A-953

A-954

A-955

A-956

A-957

A-958

A-959

A-960

A-961

A-962

A-963

A-964

A-965

A-966

A-967

A-968

A-969

A-970

A-971

A-972

A-973

A-974

A-975

A-976

A-977

A-978

A-979

A-980

A-981

A-982

A-983

A-984

A-985

A-986

A-987 Williams and Walker - I Don´t Like That Face You Wear (Ernest Hogan) - M=1 - Philadelphia, PA - October 11, 1901 - 2:50

A-988 Christopher H. H. Booth - In The Sweet Bye-And-Bye (Joseph Philbrick Webster) - =1 - Also on Berliner (Canada) 408 - Philadelphia, PA - January 2, 1902

A-989

A-990

A-991

A-992

A-993

A-994

A-995 George Walker - Junie (Cecil Mack/Tom Lemonier) - Philadelphia, PA - October 11, 1901

A-996 George Walker - Good Afternoon, Mr. Jenkins (Cecil Mack/Tom Lemonier) - Philadelphia, PA - October 11, 1901 - 1:28

A-997 Williams and Walker - Good Morning, Carrie (Cecil Mack/Chris Smith/Elmer Bowman) - Philadelphia, PA - October 11, 1901

A-998 Bert Williams - If You Love Your Baby, Make Dem Goo-Goo Eyes (Bert Williams/George Walker) - M-1 - Philadelphia, PA - October 11, 1901

A-999 George Walker - Her Name´s Miss Dinah Fair (Not Given) - Philadelphia, PA - October 11, 1901

A-1000 Carlo Caffetto - Tra Voi Belle Brune (Italian) (Giacomo Puccini) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix A-1000 - Also Gramophone 52512 - Milan, Italy - July ?, 1900

A-1001 Carlo Caffetto - Spirto Gentil (Gaetano Donizetti) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also Gramophone 52464 - Milan, Italy - July 1900

A-1002 Enrico Moreo - O Sommo Carlo (Giuseppe Verdi) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also Gramophone 52478 - Milan, Italy - July 1900

A-1003 Nazzareno Franchi - Serenata (Charles Gounod) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also Gramophone 52529 - Milan, Italy - June 1900

A-1004 Carlo Caffetto - Morir, si pura e bella (Giuseppe Verdi) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also Gramophone 52513 - Milan, Italy - 1900

A-1005 Professor Pallavicini - Carnaval di Venezia (Julius Benedict) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also Gramophone 57356 - Milan, Italy - July 1900

A-1006 Carlo Caffetto - Un dì all'azzurro spazio (Umberto Giordano) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also Gramophone 52518 - Milan, Italy - July 1900

A-1007 Antonietta Grippa - Ernani involami (Giuseppe Verdi) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also Gramophone 53158 - Milan, Italy - July 20, 1900

A-1008 Carlo Caffetto - Di quella pira (Giuseppe Verdi) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also Gramophone 52494 - Milan, Italy - July 1900

A-1009 Carlo Caffetto - Tombe degli avi miei (Gaetano Donizetti) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also Gramophone 52470 - Milan, Italy - 1900

A-1010 Burt Shepard - A Bird Sale (Not Given) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also Gramophone ? - London, England - May 31, 1900

A-1011 Metropolitan Orchestra - Under The Double Eagle March (J. F. Wagner) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=5 - Philadelphia, PA - November 19, 1901

A-1012 Metropolitan Orchestra - Under The Double Eagle March (J. F. Wagner) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Also recorded as Matrix B-1116 as Victor 2759 and Victor 62504 - Pre-matrix=5 - Philadelphia, PA - November 19, 1901

A-1012 Metropolitan Orchestra - Thunderer March (John Philip Sousa) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=2 - Philadelphia, PA - October 14, 1901

A-1013 Metropolitan Orchestra - Sobre las olas (Juventino Rosas) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=2 - Philadelphia, PA - October 14, 1901

A-1014 Metropolitan Orchestra - Washington Post March (John Philip Sousa) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=2 - Philadelphia, PA - October 14, 1901

A-1015 Metropolitan Orchestra - Très Jolie Waltz (Emil Waldteufel) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=2 - Philadelphia, PA - October 14, 1901

A-1016 Metropolitan Orchestra - D. K. E. Waltz (Not Given) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=2 - Philadelphia, PA - October 14, 1901

A-1017 Metropolitan Orchestra - El Capitan March (John Philip Sousa) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=5 - Philadelphia, PA - December 2, 1901

A-1018 Metropolitan Orchestra - Zenda Waltzes (Frank M. Witmark) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=2 - Philadelphia, PA - October 15, 1901

A-1019 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Charlatan March (John Philip Sousa) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=2 - Philadelphia, PA - October 15, 1901

A-1020 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Babbie Waltzes (William Furst) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=1 - Philadelphia, PA - October 15, 1901

A-1021 Metropolitan Orchestra - Narcissus March (Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=1 - Philadelphia, PA - October 15, 1901

A-1022 Metropolitan Orchestra - The Birds and The Brook (Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=3 - Philadelphia, PA - October 15, 1901

A-1023 Metropolitan Orchestra - Creole Belles (Ethelbert Woodbridge Nevin) - 7 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix=3 - Philadelphia, PA - October 15, 1901

A-1179-C Sousa's Band - from: Maidens Three (John Philip Sousa) - 10 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix A/B-1179-C M-1 also listed as A-262 - Philadelphia, PA - January 1, 1902 - 2:16

A-1180-B Sousa's Band - And I, Too, Was Born in Arcadio (John Philip Sousa) - 10 in. single-faced black label - Pre-matrix A-1180-B - M-1 - Also Victor 1180-B; Gramophone 0466 - Philadelphia, PA - January 1, 1902 - 2:23

A-1863 George Graham - The Colored Preacher (Monologue) - (Not Given - George Graham) - Pre-matrix=6 - Also on [PM]2 (7") and [PM] 3602 (10"); Gramophone B-1863; Berliner 343 (Canada) - Philadelphia, PA - March 24, 1903

A-3150 Dan W. Quinn - I Want To Go To Morrow (Not Given - Lew Sully) - Also on Pre-matrix A-12 - June 29, 1900 - 2:35




Victor Series
1000 - 1999
2000 - 2999
3000 - 3999
4000 - 4999
5000 - 5999
6000 - 6999
7000 - 7999
8000 - 8999
9000 - 9999
10000 - 19999
20000 - 29999 30000 - 39999 40000 - 49999 50000 - 59999 60000 - 69999
70000 - 79999 80000 - 89999
20-Series
C-Series
K-Series
M-Series
RA-Series
LPV-Series
RA-Series
Others

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