Recordings made Thursday, January 4, 1923

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorC-2619412-in.4/3/1922Romance in GErica MoriniViolin solo, with piano 
VictorB-2619910-in.4/3/1922Serenade, op. 6Erica MoriniViolin solo, with piano 
VictorB-2716610-in.11/21/1922Waltzing the bluesVictor Arden ; Phil OhmanPiano duet, with orchestra 
VictorB-2726010-in.12/26/1922When all your castles come tumbling downZez Confrey OrchestraJazz/dance band 
VictorB-2735610-in.12/28/1922Carolina in the morningAmerican QuartetMale vocal quartet, with orchestra 
VictorB-2737110-in.1/4/1923Toot, Toot, Tootsie (goo' bye)Billy Murray ; Ed SmalleMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
VictorB-2737210-in.1/4/1923JuneErica MoriniViolin solo, with piano 
VictorB-2737310-in.1/4/1923Flower songErica MoriniViolin solo, with piano 
VictorB-2737410-in.1/4/1923Carolina in the morningBilly MurrayMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorC-2737512-in.1/4/1923University lancersInternational Novelty OrchestraOrchestra 
VictorC-2737612-in.1/4/1923University lancersInternational Novelty OrchestraOrchestra 
Victor[Trial 1923-01-04-01]10-in.1/4/1923Three o'clock in the morningWilliam H. BurkeHarmonica solo, unaccompanied 
Victor[Trial 1923-01-04-02]10-in.1/4/1923Lassie o' mineByron A. HudsonMale vocal solo, with piano 
Victor[Trial 1923-01-04-03]10-in.1/4/1923Three o'clock in the morningChief Big BuffaloWhistling solo, with piano 
Victor[Trial 1923-01-04-04]10-in.1/4/1923Within the garden of my heartFrank F. BaurMale vocal solo, with piano 
Columbia8076110-in.1/4/1923Coal black mammyAl JolsonMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia8076210-in.1/4/1923WanitaAl JolsonMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia8076310-in.1/4/1923The Memphis bluesTed Lewis Jazz BandJazz/dance band 
Columbia8077010-in.1/4/1923In our parlorFurman and NashMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Columbia8077110-in.1/4/1923I'm mighty sweet on my sweet sweetieFurman and NashMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
Columbia8077210-in.1/4/1923Dearest (You're the nearest to my heart)Ray Miller OrchestraJazz/dance band 
Columbia7312910-in.1/4/1923Morse code instruction, part 1 : Alphabet, elementary, etc.Morse code instructor (unidentified; Columbia Records)  
Columbia7313010-in.01/04/1923Morse code instruction, part 2 : Figures, easy language, figure practice, etc.Morse code instructor (unidentified; Columbia Records)  
Columbia7313110-in.1/4/1923Morse code instruction, part 3 : More difficult plain language, higher speed figures, etc.Morse code instructor (unidentified; Columbia Records)  
Columbia7313210-in.1/4/1923Morse code instruction, part 4 : Stock quotations etc. (Higher speed than part 3)Morse code instructor (unidentified; Columbia Records)  
Columbia7313310-in.1/4/1923Morse code instruction, part 5 : Miscellaneous matter similar to regular wireless transmissionsMorse code instructor (unidentified; Columbia Records)  
Columbia7313410-in.1/4/1923Morse code instruction, part 6 : Continuation of part 5. More difficult, representing a regular commercial workingMorse code instructor (unidentified; Columbia Records)  


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