Recordings made Friday, September 8, 1939

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
VictorPBS-03647610-in.9/8/1939Mis ojos me denuncianLydia MendozaFemale vocal solo, with 2 guitars 
VictorPBS-03647810-in.9/8/1939Ahora seremos felicesLydia MendozaFemale vocal solo, with 2 guitars 
VictorPBS-03647910-in.9/8/1939Cuánto te quieroLydia MendozaFemale vocal solo, with 2 guitars 
VictorPBS-03648010-in.9/8/1939TalismánLydia MendozaFemale vocal solo, with 2 guitars 
VictorPBS-03648110-in.9/8/1939MentirosaLydia MendozaFemale vocal solo, with 2 guitars 
VictorBS-04140410-in.9/8/1939Dekaneas (Δεκανεας)Anthony Sakellariou OrchestraInstrumental ensemble 
VictorBS-04140510-in.9/8/1939DardanellaAnthony Sakellariou OrchestraInstrumental ensemble 
VictorBS-04199110-in.9/8/1939[Re-recording from VE-13]Alfredo Cibelli  
VictorBS-04199810-in.9/8/1939Argitikos syrtos (Αργιτικος συρτος)Anthony Sakellariou OrchestraInstrumental ensemble 
VictorBS-04199910-in.9/8/1939Lēmneikos choros (Λημνεικος χορος)Anthony Sakellariou OrchestraInstrumental ensemble 
VictorVE-1310-in.before 9/8/1939NaufragioBillo's Happy BoysJazz/dance band 
Decca6650510-in.9/8/1939Bass Violin: Sarabande & Gavotte (Corelli)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6650610-in.9/8/1939French Horn: Nocturne Op.61 No.7 (from Midsummer Night's Dream) (Mendelssohn)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6650710-in.9/8/1939Trumpet: Italian Street song (Mendoza)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6650810-in.9/8/1939Trombone: Evening star (from Tannhauser) (Wagner)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6650910-in.9/8/1939Brass Ensemble: Hymn (from Finlandia, Op.26 (Sibelius)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6651010-in.9/8/1939Brass Ensemble: Coronation march (from Le Prophète) (Meyerbeer)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6651110-in.9/8/1939The happy farmerDecca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6651210-in.9/8/1939Bless youEverett Hoagland Orchestra  
Decca6651310-in.9/8/1939Each time you say goodbyeEverett Hoagland Orchestra  
Decca6651410-in.9/8/1939Stop kicking my heart aroundEverett Hoagland Orchestra  
Decca6651510-in.9/8/1939It's all over townEverett Hoagland Orchestra  
Decca6651610-in.9/8/1939Tuba: The Happy Farmer (Schumann)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6651710-in.9/8/1939Bells & Chimes: Vesper sounds (Mendoza)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6651810-in.9/8/1939Celeste: Humoresque (Mendoza)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6651910-in.9/8/1939Xylophone: Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 in C sharp minor (Liszt)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6652010-in.9/8/1939Castanets & Tambourine: Guitarra Op. 45 No.2 (Moszkowski)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6652110-in.9/8/1939Woodblock, Templeblock, Chinese Gong: Pell Street (Chinatown) (Whithorne)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  
Decca6652210-in.9/8/1939Bass Drum, Cymbals, Tympany, Dratchet: Scènes Napolitaines (No.2 - La fête) (Massenet)Decca Little Symphony Orchestra  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Friday, September 8, 1939," accessed December 11, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1939-09-08.

Recordings made on Friday, September 8, 1939. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 11, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1939-09-08.

Recordings made on Friday, September 8, 1939." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 11 December 2019.

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