Recordings made Wednesday, June 5, 1918

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorB-2193210-in.5/24/1918FagsJames H. HeronRecitation 
VictorB-2193310-in.5/24/1918The cootieJames H. HeronRecitation 
VictorB-2194510-in.6/4/1918Minstrel days marchSix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
VictorB-2195010-in.6/5/1918Chasing the chickensSix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
VictorB-2195110-in.6/5/1918Drafting bluesSix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
VictorB-2195210-in.6/5/1918Cute and prettySix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
VictorB-2195310-in.6/5/1918Sand dunesSix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
VictorB-2195410-in.6/5/1918At the funny page ballSix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
VictorB-2195510-in.6/5/1918The courtier marchSix Brown BrothersSaxophone sextet 
Columbia7787410-in.6/5/1918Scenes that are brightestThomas HughesClarinet solo, with orchestra 
Edison593710-in.12/19/1917Theme and variationsFrieda HempelSoprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
Edison620010-in.6/5/1918Paraphrase on Paderewski's minuet in GEthel FlemingViolin solo, with piano 
Edison620110-in.6/5/1918MeditationEthel Fleming ; Robert GaylerViolin solo, with piano 


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