Recordings made Monday, December 7, 1925

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
BrunswickE17056-E1705810-in.12/7/1925A little bit badBen Bernie ; Hotel Roosevelt OrchestraJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
VictorBVE-3397410-in.12/7/1925AbsentBessie WhitesideFemale vocal solo, with piano 
VictorBVE-3412210-in.12/7/1925Bielaya akatsiaKirilloff's Russian Balalaika OrchestraBalalaika orchestra 
Victor[Trial 1925-12-07-02]10-in.12/7/1925Captain KidDorothy Gaynor BlakeFemale vocal solo, with piano (self-accompaniment) 
ColumbiaW14135810-in.12/7/1925Clap hands! Here comes Charley!Arthur FieldsMale vocal solo, with piano 
VictorBVE-[Unnumbered 1925-12-07-02]10-in.12/7/1925Fight 'em WashingtonWashington University BandBand 
VictorBVE-[Unnumbered 1925-12-07-01]10-in.12/7/1925Fillmore's triumphal marchWashington University BandBand 
VictorCVE-3113712-in.12/7/1925Fingal's Cave overtureRudolph Ganz ; St. Louis Symphony OrchestraOrchestra 
VocalionE1914-E191610-in.12/7/1925Hay foot, straw footFletcher Henderson's OrchestraJazz/dance band 
ColumbiaW14135610-in.12/7/1925Indian dawnBarbara MaurelMezzo-soprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
BrunswickE17064-E1706610-in.12/7/1925Just a-wearyin' for youMarie MorriseyContralto vocal solo, with string quartet and harp 
VictorBVE-3411810-in.12/7/1925Juventud guayanesaOrquesta InternacionalOrchestra 
VictorBVE-3397210-in.12/7/1925Kathleen MavourneenThe Silver-Masked Tenor [i.e., Joseph M. White]Male vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorBVE-3412010-in.12/7/1925Krassny sarafanKirilloff's Russian Balalaika OrchestraBalalaika orchestra 
VictorCVE-3363312-in.12/7/1925Merry wives of Windsor overtureVictor Symphony OrchestraOrchestra 
VictorCVE-3363412-in.12/7/1925Merry wives of Windsor overtureVictor Symphony OrchestraOrchestra 
ColumbiaW14135910-in.12/7/1925No man's mammaArthur FieldsMale vocal solo, with piano 
VictorBVE-3411910-in.12/7/1925Only a roseCarolyn ThomsonFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VocalionE1911-E191310-in.12/7/1925Peaceful valleyFletcher Henderson's OrchestraJazz/dance band 
VictorBVE-3412110-in.12/7/1925Polka ptitchka veselitchkaKirilloff's Russian Balalaika OrchestraBalalaika orchestra 
Edison1071110-in.12/7/1925Prancin' dancin' yodelin' man Al Bernard ; Frank KamplainMale vocal duet, with orchestra 
VictorCVE-3397512-in.12/7/1925Sing me to sleepBessie WhitesideFemale vocal solo, with piano 
BrunswickE17061-E1706310-in.12/7/1925Sleepy time galBen Bernie ; Hotel Roosevelt OrchestraJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
VictorBVE-3402310-in.12/7/1925Song of IndiaRudolph Ganz ; St. Louis Symphony OrchestraOrchestra 
ColumbiaW14135710-in.12/7/1925The bells of St. Mary'sBarbara MaurelMezzo-soprano vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorBVE-3397310-in.12/7/1925The harp that once through Tara's hallsThe Silver-Masked Tenor [i.e., Joseph M. White]Male vocal solo, with orchestra 
Victor[Trial 1925-12-07-01]10-in.12/7/1925The trainDorothy Gaynor BlakeFemale vocal solo, with piano (self-accompaniment) 
VictorBVE-3412310-in.12/7/1925Zalibne wzdychaniaKirilloff's Russian Balalaika OrchestraBalalaika orchestra 

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Monday, December 7, 1925," accessed October 17, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1925-12-07.

Recordings made on Monday, December 7, 1925. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 17, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1925-12-07.

Recordings made on Monday, December 7, 1925." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 17 October 2019.

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