Recordings made Thursday, February 18, 1909

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
Gramophone9609e10-in.2/18/1909Salute the Standard : MarchBlack Diamonds Band of LondonBand 
Gramophone14380u10-in.2/18/1909Danse du Paraguay Jean DuezMale vocal solo, with orchestra and castanets 
Gramophone14379u10-in.2/18/1909Y a qu' l'amourJean DuezMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia1468810-in.2/18/1909Duo des moutons et des dindonsLouis P. Verande ; Maxine VĂ©randeFemale-male vocal duet, with piano 
Gramophone14377u10-in.2/18/1909Nuit tragiqueM. d'OranMale vocal solo, with orchestra and bells 
VictorB-388710-in.10/15/1906Maple leaf rag United States Marine BandBand 
VictorB-389510-in.10/15/1906Gate City marchUnited States Marine BandBand 
VictorB-682110-in.2/18/1909In God we trustUnited States Marine BandBand 
VictorB-389710-in.10/15/1906Brooke's triumphal marchUnited States Marine BandBand 
VictorB-681910-in.2/18/1909Colonial arms marchUnited States Marine BandBand 
VictorC-682012-in.2/18/1909Creanonian polkaUnited States Marine Band ; Arthur S. WitcombCornet solo, with band 
Gramophone14383u10-in.2/18/1909Enl'vez votr' chapeau Zip [i.e., Paul Lack]Male vocal solo, with orchestra 


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