Recordings made Monday, September 10, 1917

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorB-2050310-in.8/13/1917A coon band contestEarl Fuller's Famous Jazz BandJazz/dance band 
VictorG-234910-in.9/10/1917A las montañas iréOrquesta del ZoológicoOrchestra 
VictorB-2024410-in.7/23/1917Che se mangiaie la zitaCoppia FloresComic dialogue, with mandolin and guitar 
Victor[Trial 1917-09-10-03]Not documented9/10/1917Come back homeBetty GrayFemale vocal solo, with piano 
VictorB-2055010-in.9/10/1917Cotton blossomsEarl Fuller's Famous Jazz BandJazz/dance band 
Edison577310-in.9/10/1917For youHelen ClarkSoprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia7732310-in.9/10/1917Give me the right to love you all the whileSterling TrioMale vocal trio, with orchestra 
Victor[Trial 1917-09-10-02]Not documented9/10/1917I hear you calling meLloyd SimonsonMale vocal solo, with piano 
VictorB-1918310-in.2/14/1917I met you, dear, in DreamlandWilliam BarnesMale vocal solo, with celeste and orchestra 
VictorB-2050210-in.8/13/1917Jazzin' aroundEarl Fuller's Famous Jazz BandJazz/dance band 
Edison577210-in.9/10/1917La MarseillaiseOdette Le FontenaySoprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorG-234810-in.9/10/1917La planta del desiertoOrquesta del ZoológicoOrchestra 
Edison577410-in.9/10/1917Let me dream againMerle AlcockFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-2054910-in.9/10/1917Li'l Liza JaneEarl Fuller's Famous Jazz BandJazz/dance band 
Edison577610-in.9/10/1917Medley of Irish jigsPatrick J. ScanlonAccordion solo, with piano 
VictorB-2065410-in.9/10/1917Parody on "They made it twice as nice as paradise and they called it Dixieland"Geoffrey O'HaraMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorG-235110-in.9/10/1917PerúOrquesta del ZoológicoOrchestra 
Victor[Trial 1917-09-10-05]Not documented9/10/1917PrenveraS. Ilo ; G. MauroMale vocal duet, with piano 
VictorB-2065310-in.9/10/1917Send me a curlGeoffrey O'HaraMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorG-235010-in.9/10/1917Serenata de PierrotOrquesta del ZoológicoOrchestra 
Victor[Trial 1917-09-10-04]Not documented9/10/1917Soldiers of ErinA. O'CallahanMale vocal solo, with piano 
Columbia7732410-in.9/10/1917The best things in life are freeHenry BurrMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia7732210-in.9/10/1917Waterson hitsPrince's BandBand 
Victor[Trial 1917-09-10-06]Not documented9/10/1917We'll never let our old flag fallGreek EvansMale vocal solo, with piano 
Columbia7732010-in.9/10/1917We're going overPeerless QuartetMale vocal quartet, with orchestra 
Victor[Trial 1917-09-10-01]Not documented9/10/1917What will become of your little doll girl?Gus EdwardsMale vocal solo, with piano 
VictorB-2065510-in.9/10/1917When shadows fallJohn Barnes WellsMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia7732110-in.9/10/1917When we wind up the watch on the RhinePeerless QuartetMale vocal quartet, with orchestra 

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Monday, September 10, 1917," accessed December 9, 2022, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1917-09-10.

Recordings made on Monday, September 10, 1917. (2022). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 9, 2022, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1917-09-10.

Recordings made on Monday, September 10, 1917." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2022. Web. 9 December 2022.

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