Recordings made Wednesday, May 9, 1917

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorC-1106612-in.10/9/1911HumoreskeVictor Herbert's OrchestraOrchestra 
VictorB-1976410-in.5/9/1917Hejze pary dookola!Marya Zajaczkowska [i.e., Marie Zayonchkowska]Female vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-1976510-in.5/9/1917Ždžbłem Wyrasta ZbožeMarya Zajaczkowska [i.e., Marie Zayonchkowska]Female vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-1976610-in.5/9/1917Albośny to jacy tacyMarya Zajaczkowska [i.e., Marie Zayonchkowska]Female vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-1976710-in.5/9/1917Lettera 'e surdatoGiuseppe DoriMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-1976810-in.5/9/1917KolędaMarya Zajaczkowska [i.e., Marie Zayonchkowska]Female vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-1976910-in.5/9/1917Płynie strumienMarya Zajaczkowska [i.e., Marie Zayonchkowska]Female vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-1981510-in.5/9/1917The world's progress marchVictor Herbert's OrchestraOrchestra 
VictorB-1981510-in.5/9/1917Whispering willows : IntermezzoVictor Herbert's OrchestraOrchestra 
VictorB-1984110-in.5/8/1917Bugle calls of U. S. ArmyCaptain W. G. JohnstonBugle calls 
VictorB-1984210-in.5/8/1917Bugle calls of U. S. ArmyCaptain W. G. JohnstonBugle calls 
VictorB-1984410-in.5/8/1917The ghost of the saxophoneSix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
VictorB-1984610-in.5/8/1917SaxophonologySix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
VictorB-1984710-in.5/9/1917The Darktown Strutters' BallSix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
VictorB-1984810-in.5/9/1917For me and my galSix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
VictorB-1984910-in.5/9/1917Smiles and chucklesSix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
Victor[Trial 1917-05-09-01]Not documented5/9/1917If I knock the 'L' out of KellyCyril McCormackBoy soprano vocal solo 
Victor[Trial 1917-05-09-02]Not documented5/9/1917BourreeIwan d'ArchambeauCello solo 
Victor[Trial 1917-05-09-03]Not documented5/9/1917AllegroIwan d'ArchambeauCello solo 
Victor[Trial 1917-05-09-04]Not documented5/9/1917Love's garden of rosesLily MeagherFemale vocal solo 
Victor[Trial 1917-05-09-05]Not documented5/9/1917Poor ButterflyGwendolyn McCormackFemale vocal solo 
Columbia4730910-in.1/23/1917AsthoreColumbia Stellar QuartetteMale vocal quartet, unaccompanied 
Columbia7703410-in.5/9/1917Your eyes, your lips, your heartBilly Burton [i.e., Charles Harrison]Male vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia7703510-in.5/9/1917Oh! Jack, when are you coming back?Billy Burton ; James HallMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Columbia7703610-in.5/9/1917Our boys in a United States training campHarry E. Humphrey ; Prince's BandBand, with spoken commands 
Columbia7703710-in.5/9/1917The assembly of the AlliesPrince's BandBand 
Columbia7703810-in.5/9/1917How can I forget (When there's so much to remember)Robert LewisMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia7703910-in.5/9/1917When it's circus day back homeGilbert Girard ; M. J. O'ConnellMale vocal solo, with animal imitations and orchestra 
Edison554510-in.5/9/1917Dormiro sol nel manto mio regaHenri ScottBass vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison554610-in.5/9/1917SpringBlanche SkrainkaSoprano vocal solo, with orchestra 

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Wednesday, May 9, 1917," accessed June 17, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1917-05-09.

Recordings made on Wednesday, May 9, 1917. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved June 17, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1917-05-09.

Recordings made on Wednesday, May 9, 1917." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 17 June 2019.

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