Recordings made Monday, February 9, 1914

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorB-1066310-in.6/30/1911The sweetest story ever toldNeapolitan TrioInstrumental trio 
VictorB-1229910-in.8/7/1912Serenade : BerceuseNeapolitan TrioInstrumental trio 
VictorB-1431310-in.1/14/1914I miss you most of allEdna BrownFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-1442910-in.2/9/1914The woodpeckerElsie BakerFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-1443010-in.2/9/1914Hay BalooElsie BakerFemale vocal solo, with piano 
VictorB-1443110-in.2/9/1914The little dustmanElsie BakerFemale vocal solo, with piano 
Victor[Trial 1914-02-09-01]Not documented2/9/1914Songs my mother taught meBeatrice HarrisonCello solo, with piano 
Columbia3921510-in.2/9/1914HöstdrömErichsen BrothersAccordion duet 
Columbia3921610-in.2/9/1914Spansk dansErichsen BrothersAccordion duet 
Columbia3921710-in.2/9/1914Numedolernes bataljensErichsen BrothersAccordion duet 
Columbia3921810-in.2/9/1914BorghildErichsen BrothersAccordion duet 
Columbia3921910-in.2/9/1914Žemaičių polkaErichsen BrothersAccordion duet 


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