Recordings made Friday, March 2, 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-1906810-in.2/2/1917You said somethingAlice Green ; Harry MacdonoughFemale-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
VictorB-1933310-in.3/2/1917You're in loveLyric Quartet ; Harry MacdonoughMixed vocal quartet and male vocal soloist, with orchestra 
VictorB-1933410-in.3/2/1917You never knew about meEdna Brown ; Edward HamiltonFemale-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
VictorB-1933510-in.3/2/1917An old fashioned wifeAlice GreenFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Victor[Trial 1917-03-02-01]Not documented3/2/1917Sketches of different dialectsJane DillonMonologue 
Columbia4711910-in.11/2/1916Oh! That we two were mayingTaylor TrioInstrumental trio 
Columbia4739810-in.3/2/1917All aboard for the county fairByron G. Harlan ; Harlan E. Knight ; Steve PorterComic scene 
Edison542510-in.3/2/1917Ein Schwert verheiss mir der VaterJacques UrlusTenor vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison542610-in.3/2/1917Senta's balladeMarie RappoldSoprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison542710-in.3/2/1917I've got the sweetest girl in MarylandPremier QuartetMale vocal quartet 


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