Recordings made Monday, February 5, 1917

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorB-1875410-in.11/23/1916Sing, smile, slumberOlive KlineSoprano vocal solo, with flute obbligato and orchestra 
VictorB-1890010-in.12/15/1916Poor ButterflyEdna BrownFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-1915510-in.2/5/1917He shall feed his flockElsie BakerContralto vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia4734110-in.2/5/1917Lullaby Marshall P. Lufsky ; Charles Schuetze ; George StehlInstrumental trio 
Columbia4734210-in.2/5/1917The bunny blue bonnets at Shadow PondAdeline FrancisRecitation 
Columbia4734310-in.2/5/1917Poor Butterfly Charles HarrisonMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia4734410-in.2/5/1917SerenadeMarshall P. LufskyFlute solo, with orchestra 
Columbia4734510-in.2/5/1917Would you take back the love you gave me?Robert LewisMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia4734610-in.2/5/1917When the sun goes down in Dixie Robert Lewis ; George Wilson [James Harrod]Male vocal duet, with orchestra 
Columbia4735510-in.2/5/1917In the sweet bye and byeColumbia Stellar QuartetteMale vocal quartet, unaccompanied 
Columbia4911412-in.2/5/1917SerenadeUlric Gingras ; Marshall P. LufskyDuet of flute and unidentified instrument 


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