Recordings made Monday, December 2, 1912

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorB-1266710-in.12/2/1912Down in dear old New OrleansAmerican QuartetMale vocal quartet 
VictorB-1266810-in.12/2/1912Good-bye SalAmerican QuartetMale vocal quartet 
VictorB-1266910-in.12/2/1912Wal, I swan!Byron G. HarlanMale vocal solo, with male vocal chorus and orchestra 
VictorB-1267010-in.12/2/1912The organ grinder's troublesByron G. Harlan ; Steve PorterMale vocal duet, with orchestra and hand-organ 
Victor[Trial 1912-12-02-01]Not documented12/2/1912[Unknown title(s)]Hoffmann String QuartetString quartet 
Columbia3838810-in.11/1/1912Irish air with variationsPrince's BandBand 
Columbia3846510-in.12/2/1912Fantasy on Pilgrims' chorus from Tannhäuser and Finale to Rubenstein's E flat concertoMike BernardPiano solo 
Columbia3846610-in.12/2/1912Battle of San Juan HillMike BernardPiano solo 
Columbia3846710-in.12/2/1912Everybody two-stepMike BernardPiano solo 
Columbia3846810-in.12/2/1912Standard bearer marchPrince's BandBand 
Columbia3650012-in.12/2/1912Marche slavPrince's BandBand 
Edison203610-in.12/2/1912QuartetteThomas Chalmers ; Agnes Kimball ; Elizabeth Spencer ; John YoungVocal quartet (2 sopranos and 2 Males) 


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