Recordings made Monday, July 2, 1917

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorC-2035612-in.7/2/1917Midnight frolicConway's BandBand 
VictorB-2000010-in.5/28/1917Our own beloved landEdward Hamilton ; Victor Mixed ChorusMale vocal solo, with vocal chorus and orchestra 
VictorB-2031210-in.7/2/1917Hello, my dearieRaymond Dixon ; Alice GreenFemale-male vocal duet, with orchestra 
VictorB-2031310-in.7/2/1917For the freedom of the worldHarry Macdonough ; Orpheus QuartetMale vocal quartet and soloist, with orchestra 
VictorB-2031410-in.7/2/1917Chu-chin-chowAlice Green ; Orpheus QuartetFemale vocal solo, with male vocal quartet and orchestra 
VictorB-2035010-in.7/2/1917Good-bye Dolly GrayConway's BandBand 
VictorB-2035110-in.7/2/1917Battle of GettysburgConway's BandBand 
VictorB-2035310-in.7/2/1917Tierra blancaConway's BandBand 
VictorB-2035410-in.7/2/1917La cucarachaConway's BandBand 
VictorB-2035510-in.7/2/1917GambrinusConway's BandBand 
VictorB-2035210-in.7/2/1917Marche LorraineConway's BandBand 
Edison565510-in.7/2/1917A wonderful thingBetsy Lane ShepherdSoprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison565710-in.7/2/1917Explanatory talk on Ernani! InvolamiHarry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison565310-in.7/2/1917The land o' the lealAmy EllermanContralto vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison565410-in.7/2/1917The last songMarie Louise WagnerFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison565610-in.7/2/1917Explanatory talk on Morte d'OtelloHarry E. HumphreyTalk 
Edison565810-in.7/2/1917Explanatory talk on Micaela's airHarry E. HumphreyTalk 


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