Recordings made Tuesday, April 28, 1931

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
Gramophone0W4110-in.4/28/1931Abschied von der AlpLuzi Brüesch ; Hans FischerClarinet and accordion duet 
Gramophone0W3510-in.4/28/1931Am Bündnerball in Zürich (Schottisch)Ländlerkapelle BrüeschBand 
OKehW40442510-in.4/28/1931Blue againLouis Armstrong OrchestraJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
BrunswickE3666710-in.4/28/1931Blue flameBlue Rhythm Boys [Mills Blue Rhythm Band]Jazz/dance band 
BrunswickE3666610-in.4/28/1931Blue rhythmBlue Rhythm Boys [Mills Blue Rhythm Band]Jazz/dance band 
BrunswickTORX3677510-in.4/28/1931Canada on parade : Opening and closingUnidentified performer(s) (Brunswick Records)Radio transcription disc 
BrunswickTORX3677610-in.4/28/1931Canada on parade : Opening and closingUnidentified performer(s) (Brunswick Records)Radio transcription disc 
BrunswickTORX3677710-in.4/28/1931Canada on parade : Opening and closingUnidentified performer(s) (Brunswick Records)Radio transcription disc 
VictorBAVE-6078310-in.4/28/1931Danubio azulOrquesta Típica PorteñaInstrumental ensemble 
Gramophone0W3410-in.4/28/1931Eine Nacht in St. MoritzLändlerkapelle BrüeschBand 
VictorMVE-6917216-in.4/28/1931Fox Movietone news. Vol. 4, no. 63Fox Film CorporationMotion picture soundtrack : Film to wax transfer 
Gramophone0N42510-in.4/28/1931Gitanilla canasteraLA AndalucitaFemale vocal solo, with guitar 
VictorMVE-6917316-in.4/28/1931Hearst Metrotone news. 1931-32 series, no. 261Metro-Goldwyn-MayerMotion picture soundtrack : Film to wax transfer 
VictorBRC-5306410-in.4/28/1931HosannaThe RevelersMale vocal quartet, with piano 
OKehW40487110-in.4/28/1931I'll be glad when you're dead, you rascal youLouis Armstrong OrchestraMale vocal solo, with jazz/dance band 
Columbia (U.K.)WLX153012-in.4/28/1931La nuit ensorcelée, 3e partieLouis Aubert ; Orchestre SymphoniqueOrchestra 
Columbia (U.K.)WLX153112-in.4/28/1931La nuit ensorcelée, 3e partieLouis Aubert ; Orchestre SymphoniqueOrchestra 
OKehW40487010-in.4/28/1931Little JoeLouis Armstrong OrchestraJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
Gramophone0L23410-in.4/28/1931Little Russian potpourriDon Cossack ChoirVocal quartet, with instrumental ensemble 
BrunswickE3666510-in.4/28/1931Minnie the MoocherEarl Jackson and his Musical Champions [Mills Blue Rhythm Band]Jazz/dance band, with vocal (scat) 
BrunswickE3666810-in.4/28/1931Red devil (Diablo roja) (Fox trot)Artists varyJazz/dance band 
VictorBRC-5306510-in.4/28/1931The king's horses (And the king's men)The RevelersMale vocal quartet, with piano 
VictorMVE-UNI-35[a]16-in.4/28/1931Universal newspaper newsreel. Vol. 3, no. 35Graham McNameeMotion picture soundtrack : Announcing, with dubbed recordings 
VictorFVE-UNI-3535mm film4/28/1931Universal newspaper newsreel. Vol. 3, no. 35Universal Pictures CorporationMotion picture soundtrack 
Gramophone0N42710-in.4/28/1931Yo tenía...LA AndalucitaFemale vocal solo, with guitar 

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Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Tuesday, April 28, 1931," accessed April 17, 2024, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1931-04-28.

Recordings made on Tuesday, April 28, 1931. (2024). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved April 17, 2024, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1931-04-28.

Recordings made on Tuesday, April 28, 1931." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2024. Web. 17 April 2024.

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