Recordings made Sunday, May 31, 1914

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
Edison298610-in.Apr.-May 1914Auld Robin GrayMerle TillotsonFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison298710-in.Apr.-May 1914La tourterelleMarcel MoysePiccolo solo, with piano 
Edison298810-in.Apr.-May 1914AndalouseMarcel MoyseFlute solo, with piano 
Edison298910-in.Apr.-May 1914[Unknown title(s)]Aage FredericksViolin solo, with piano 
Edison299010-in.Apr.-May 1914Explanatory talk on Ach so frommHarry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison299110-in.Apr.-May 1914Explanatory talk [on Ah! mon fils]Harry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison299210-in.Apr.-May 1914 or laterPinafore airs no. 1New York Light Opera Co.Vocal chorus, with orchestra 
Edison299310-in.Apr.-May 1914 or laterPinafore airs no. 2New York Light Opera Co.Vocal chorus, with orchestra 
Edison299410-in.Apr.-May 1914Explanatory talk [on Gitana]Male speaker (unidentified; Edison Records)Talk 
Edison299510-in.Apr.-May 1914Explanatory talk on Voyons Manon (sung by Mme. Ackté)Harry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison299610-in.Apr.-May 1914Explanatory talk on Mon cœur s'ouvre à ta voixHarry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison299810-in.May 1931Bes' ob allMerle TillotsonFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison299910-in.May 1914Explanatory talk on BerceuseHarry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison300010-in.May 1914Explanatory talk [on Guardami!]Harry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison300110-in.May 1914Explanatory talk on O mon FernandHarry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison300210-in.May 1914The mocking birdElizabeth Spencer ; Walter Van BruntVocal duet (soprano and tenor), with orchestra 
Edison300310-in.May 1914AfterwardsReed MillerTenor vocal solo and vocal ensemble, with orchestra 
Edison300410-in.May 1914AdeleElizabeth Spencer ; Walter Van BruntVocal duet (soprano and tenor), with orchestra 
Edison300510-in.May 1914O love that wilt not let me goMetropolitan QuartetMale vocal quartet 
Edison300610-in.May 1914 or laterDear Spirit, lead Thou meMetropolitan QuartetMale vocal quartet 
Edison300710-in.May 1914Good night, dear heartVernon Archibald ; Helen ClarkFemale-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
Edison300810-in.May 1914Ah Mari! Ah Mari!Charles HarrisonMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison300910-in.May 1914I wonder whyElizabeth Spencer ; Walter Van BruntVocal duet (soprano and tenor), with orchestra 
Edison301010-in.May 1914 or laterTräumereiPaulo GruppeCello solo, with piano 
Edison301110-in.May 1914TarantellePaulo GruppeCello solo, with piano 
Edison301210-in.May 1914A little love, a little kissCharles HarrisonMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison301310-in.May 1914Bid me forgetElizabeth Spencer ; Walter Van BruntVocal duet (soprano and tenor), with orchestra 
Edison301410-in.May 1914I've a cosy little cottage in the countryWalter Van BruntTenor vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison301510-in.May 1914MelanieReed MillerTenor vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison301610-in.May 1914I want youWalter Van BruntTenor vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison301710-in.May 1914Those days of long agoWalter Van BruntTenor vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison301810-in.May 1914[Unknown title(s)]Artists varyOrchestra 
Edison302010-in.May 1914Love's sorrowEmory B. RandolphTenor vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison302110-in.May 1914O promise meElizabeth SpencerSoprano vocal solo and vocal ensemble, with orchestra 
Edison302210-in.May 1914Hark! What I tell to theeCharlotte KirwanSoprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison302310-in.May 1914Explanatory talk on Printemps qui commence [from Samson et Dalila]Harry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison302410-in.May 1914Explanatory talk on Ah! Mon filsHarry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison302510-in.May 1914Explanatory talk on Voce di donna [from Gioconda]Harry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison302610-in.May 1914Come back to the cabaretElizabeth Spencer ; Walter Van BruntVocal duet (soprano and tenor), with orchestra 
Edison302710-in.May 1914Blow, blow, thou winter windMerle AlcockFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison302810-in.May 1914Below the Mason-Dixon lineArthur CollinsMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison302910-in.May 1914Sound now the trumpetVernon Archibald ; Harvey HindermyerVocal duet (tenor and baritone), with orchestra 
Edison303010-in.May 1914BoleroClementine de VereSoprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison303110-in.May 1914If with all your heartsReed MillerTenor vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison303210-in.May 1914Something seems tingle-ingleingWalter Van BruntTenor vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison303310-in.May 1914A dreamErnst Albert CouturierCornet solo, with orchestra 
Edison303410-in.May 1914The rosaryErnst Albert CouturierCornet, with orchestra 
Edison303510-in.May 1914AmericaNew York Military BandBand 
Edison303610-in.May 1914The beautiful Galatea overtureEdison Concert BandBand 
Edison304410-in.May 1914The fairest roseCharles DaabXylophone solo, with orchestra 
Edison304510-in.May 1914Ain't you coming out to-nightCollins and HarlanMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Edison304610-in.May 1914Sing, smile, slumberMerle Alcock ; Mary Carson ; Elizabeth SpencerFemale vocal trio, with orchestra 
Edison304710-in.May 1914I love thee soCharles HarrisonMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison304810-in.May 1914[Unknown title(s)]José MardonesBaritone vocal solo, with piano 
Edison304910-in.May 1914Antony's address over the body of CaesarHarry E. HumphreyRecitation 
Edison305010-in.May 1914Out to old Aunt Mary'sHarry E. HumphreyRecitation 
Edison305110-in.May 1914[Unknown title(s)]Six Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
Edison305210-in.May 1914Kiss duetHarvey Hindermyer ; Elizabeth SpencerFemale-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
Edison305310-in.May 1914The raggedy manHarry E. HumphreyRecitation 
Edison305410-in.May 1914Love has wingsClementine de Vere ; Charles HarrisonFemale-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
Edison305510-in.May 1914Come to meMerle AlcockFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison305610-in.May 1914Musical lesson on BachInstrumentalist(s) (unidentified; Edison Records)Piano 
Edison305710-in.May 1914 or laterAbide with meMerle AlcockFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison305810-in.May 1914 or laterA song of steelDonald ChalmersBass vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison305910-in.May 1914Ring on, sweet bellsVernon Archibald ; Royal FishVocal duet (tenor and baritone), with orchestra 
Edison306010-in.May 1914L'elegante polkaCharles DaabXylophone solo, with orchestra 
Edison306110-in.May 1914Lucy Anna LouCollins and HarlanMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Edison306210-in.May 1914Hesitate me around, BillCollins and HarlanMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Edison307010-in.5/28/1914The jolly coppersmith marchNew York Military BandBand 
Edison307910-in.May 1914 or laterTramp! Tramp! Tramp!Knickerbocker QuartetMale vocal quartet, with orchestra 
Lindström[OK cat 10049-b]10-in.May 1914O Land TirolNoris-Gesangsterzett NürnbergMale vocal trio, with piano 
Lindström1570610-in.May 1914O Du himmelblauer SeeNoris-Gesangsterzett NürnbergMale vocal trio, with piano 
Lindström1566310-in.May 1914HerchweihFränkische Kapelle Brunner, HirschbachBand 

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Sunday, May 31, 1914," accessed August 15, 2020, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1914-05-31.

Recordings made on Sunday, May 31, 1914. (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved August 15, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1914-05-31.

Recordings made on Sunday, May 31, 1914." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2020. Web. 15 August 2020.

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