Recordings made Wednesday, July 16, 1919

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorB-2307310-in.7/16/1919Tears tell (The story to me)Henry Burr ; Peerless QuartetMale vocal quartet and male vocal solo 
VictorB-2307410-in.7/16/1919When I'm gone you'll soon forgetPeerless QuartetMale vocal quartet, with orchestra 
VictorB-2307510-in.7/16/1919Weeping Willow LaneHenry Burr ; Frank CroxtonMale vocal duet, with bells and orchestra 
VictorB-2307610-in.7/16/1919Carolina sunshineHenry Burr ; John H. MeyerMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Victor[Trial 1919-07-16-01]Not documented7/16/1919Life's all love Hawaiian Conservatory of Music TrioInstrumental trio (Hawaiian) 
Columbia4882812-in.6/19/1916The Missouri waltzCharles Adams Prince ; Prince's OrchestraOrchestra 
Columbia7639712-in.approximately 7/16/1919Bird of love divineElsa StraliaSoprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison683710-in.6/18/1919GertrudeCharles Hart ; Elliott ShawMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Edison687410-in.7/16/1919The Chautauqua at Pun'kin CenterCal StewartMonologue 
Edison687510-in.7/16/1919It is well with my soulAnna Case ; Criterion QuartetSoprano vocal solo and male vocal quartet, with orchestra 


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