Gramophone B-856 (10-in.)
The following matrix(es) were released with this catalog number:
|Company||Matrix No.||Take Number||Date||Title/Artist|
|Victor||B-19635||2||4/30/1917||Columbia, the gem of the ocean / Lambert Murphy ; Orpheus Quartet|
|Lambert Murphy (vocalist : tenor vocal)|
|Orpheus Quartet (Vocal group)|
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Gramophone B-856 (10-in.). (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 22, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/125955/Gramophone_B-856.
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02800B-856 ǂb Gramophone
02810B-19635 ǂb Gramophone
24500Columbia, the gem of the ocean / ǂc David T. Shaw.
264 1[Camden, N.J.] : ǂb Victor, ǂc 
300 1 audio disc : ǂb analog, 78 rpm ; ǂc 10 in.
336 performed music ǂ2 rdacontent
337 audio ǂ2 rdamedia
338 audio disc ǂ2 rdacarrier
340 shellac ǂ2 rda
344 analog ǂc 78 rpm ǂd coarse groove ǂg mono ǂ2 rda
500 Gramophone: B-856 (B-19635 (matrix)).
5208 Male vocal solo and male vocal quartet, with orchestra.
546 Sung in English.
500 Data derived from the Discography of American Historical Recordings.
5103 Discography of American Historical Recordings ǂu http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/objects/detail/125955
500 Title from disc label.
5110 Lambert Murphy ; Orpheus Quartet.
7001 Dwight, Timothy, ǂd 1752-1817, ǂe lyricist.
7001 Hooley, William F. , ǂd 1861-1918, ǂe singer.
7001 Macdonough, Harry, ǂd 1871-1931, ǂe singer.
7001 Murphy, Lambert, ǂd 1885-1954, ǂe singer.
7001 Pasternack, Josef, ǂd 1881-1940, ǂe conductor.
7001 Shaw, David T. , ǂe composer.
7001 Werrenrath, Reinald, ǂd 1883-1953, ǂe singer.
7102 Orpheus Quartet, ǂe performer.