Recordings made Wednesday, January 16, 1924

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorB-2929510-in.1/16/1924The fine ould Irish gentlemanRoyal DadmunMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-2931410-in.1/16/1924Yente heirt die neir vier kaschesGus Goldstein, Sarrah Filler, and CompanyComic scene, with orchestra 
VictorB-2931510-in.1/16/1924A kalle bezetsenGus Goldstein and CompanyComic scene, with orchestra 
VictorB-2931610-in.1/16/1924Mendel veirt ein elivohi hanoviGus Goldstein, Sarrah Filler, and CompanyComic scene, with orchestra 
VictorB-2931710-in.1/16/1924Der mesader kedushenGus Goldstein and CompanyComic scene, with orchestra 
VictorB-2931910-in.1/16/1924Csak egy kis lányErnö KiralyMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-2932010-in.1/16/1924Deres afuErnö KiralyMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-2932110-in.1/16/1924Édes anyám is volt nékemErnö KiralyMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-2932210-in.1/16/1924Bujdosik a kedves rózsámErnö KiralyMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Victor[Trial 1924-01-16-01]10-in.1/16/1924Somebody stole my galDorothy RanierFemale vocal solo, with piano 
Columbia8148710-in.1/16/1924Stay home, little girl, stay homeCharles HartMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Columbia8148810-in.1/16/1924I wonder who's dancing with you tonightCharles HartMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
Brunswick12303-1230410-in.1/16/1924Cradle songFlorence EastonSoprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
Brunswick12305-1230610-in.1/16/1924Songs my mother taught meFlorence Easton ; Fredric FradkinSoprano vocal solo, with orchestra and violin obbligato 
Brunswick1Ch-3Ch10-in.1/16/1924Sobbin’ bluesOriole OrchestraJazz/dance band 
Brunswick4Ch-7Ch10-in.1/16/1924Maybe (She’ll write me, she’ll phone me)Oriole OrchestraJazz/dance band 
Brunswick8Ch-10Ch10-in.1/16/1924You’re in Kentucky sure as you're bornIsham Jones OrchestraJazz/dance band 
Brunswick11Ch-13Ch10-in.1/16/1924Unfortunate bluesIsham Jones OrchestraJazz/dance band 
Brunswick14Ch-16Ch10-in.1/16/1924A smile will go a long, long wayOriole OrchestraJazz/dance band 
Brunswick12307-1230810-in.1/16/1924Home, sweet homeFlorence EastonFemale vocal solo, with male vocal trio and orchestra 
BrunswickX12296-X1229812-in.1/16/1924Rigoletto paraphraseLeopold GodowskyPiano solo 
BrunswickX12299-X1230212-in.1/16/1924Waltz in A flatLeopold GodowskyPiano solo 
Brunswick17Ch-19Ch10-in.1/16/1924Bylo BayOriole OrchestraJazz/dance band 
VictorB-2929110-in.1/16/1924Music everywhereAnna Howard ; Laura LittlefieldFemale vocal duet, with orchestra 
VictorB-2929210-in.1/16/1924Bella NapoliAnna Howard ; Laura LittlefieldFemale vocal duet, with orchestra 
VictorB-2929310-in.1/16/1924A smile will go a long, long wayTed Weems OrchestraJazz/dance band 
VictorB-2929410-in.1/16/1924Nine o'clock SalTed Weems OrchestraJazz/dance band 
VictorB-2931810-in.1/16/1924Mély a rimaErnö KiralyMale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorB-2882510-in.11/1/1923The clang of the forgeRoyal DadmunMale vocal solo, with violin and orchestra 
Edison933310-in.1/16/1924Oh! Boy, what joy we had in barefoot daysBilly JonesMale vocal solo, with orchestra 

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Wednesday, January 16, 1924," accessed August 25, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1924-01-16.

Recordings made on Wednesday, January 16, 1924. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved August 25, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1924-01-16.

Recordings made on Wednesday, January 16, 1924." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 25 August 2019.

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