Columbia A2024 (10-in. double-faced)

The following matrix(es) were released with this catalog number:

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Columbia 46720 2 4/18/1916 Songs we used to sing in Dixieland / James F. Harrison ; James Reed Audio Available
Columbia 46783 1 5/16/1916 The sweetest melody of all / Grace Nash [i.e., Grace Kerns] Audio Available

Primary Performers:

James Reed (vocalist : tenor vocal)
James F. Harrison (vocalist : baritone vocal)
Grace Nash [i.e., Grace Kerns] (vocalist : soprano vocal)

Other Information:

Release Date: 1916 Source: Brooks/Rust

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Columbia A2024 (10-in. double-faced)," accessed December 11, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/191097/Columbia_A2024.

Columbia A2024 (10-in. double-faced). (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 11, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/191097/Columbia_A2024.

"Columbia A2024 (10-in. double-faced)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 11 December 2019.

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Coupling 1

007  s ǂb d ǂd d ǂe m ǂf s ǂg d ǂh n ǂi n ǂj m ǂk s ǂl l ǂm n ǂn a
02800A2024 ǂb Columbia
0281046720 ǂb Columbia
0281046783 ǂb Columbia
24500Songs we used to sing in Dixieland / ǂc Caro Roma ; William Henry Gardner. The sweetest melody of all / James V. Monaco ; Grant Clarke.
264 1[United States] : ǂb Columbia, ǂc [1916]
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  Columbia: A2024 (46720 (matrix), 46783 (matrix)).
5208 Male vocal duet, with orchestra (side A) ; Female vocal solo, with orchestra (side B).
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/191097
500  Title from disc label.
5110 James F. Harrison ; James Reed, Grace Nash [i.e., Grace Kerns].
7001 Clarke, Grant, ǂe lyricist.
7001 Gardner, William Henry, ǂd 1865-1932, ǂe lyricist.
7001 Harrison, James F., ǂe singer.
7001 Kerns, Grace, ǂd 1866-1936, ǂe singer.
7001 Miller, Reed, ǂd 1880-1923 , ǂe singer.
7001 Monaco, James V., ǂd 1885-1945, ǂe composer.
7001 Nash, Grace [i.e., Grace Kerns], ǂe singer.
7001 Reed, James, ǂe singer.
7001 Roma, Caro, ǂd 1866-1937, ǂe composer.
7001 Wheeler, Frederick J., ǂe singer.
74002The sweetest melody of all.

Reverse coupling

007  s ǂb d ǂd d ǂe m ǂf s ǂg d ǂh n ǂi n ǂj m ǂk s ǂl l ǂm n ǂn a
02800A2024 ǂb Columbia
0281046783 ǂb Columbia
0281046720 ǂb Columbia
24500The sweetest melody of all / ǂc James V. Monaco ; Grant Clarke. Songs we used to sing in Dixieland / Caro Roma ; William Henry Gardner.
264 1[United States] : ǂb Columbia, ǂc [1916]
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  Columbia: A2024 (46783 (matrix), 46720 (matrix)).
5208 Female vocal solo, with orchestra (side A) ; Male vocal duet, with orchestra (side B).
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/191097
500  Title from disc label.
5110 James F. Harrison ; James Reed, Grace Nash [i.e., Grace Kerns].
7001 Clarke, Grant, ǂe lyricist.
7001 Gardner, William Henry, ǂd 1865-1932, ǂe lyricist.
7001 Harrison, James F., ǂe singer.
7001 Kerns, Grace, ǂd 1866-1936, ǂe singer.
7001 Miller, Reed, ǂd 1880-1923 , ǂe singer.
7001 Monaco, James V., ǂd 1885-1945, ǂe composer.
7001 Nash, Grace [i.e., Grace Kerns], ǂe singer.
7001 Reed, James, ǂe singer.
7001 Roma, Caro, ǂd 1866-1937, ǂe composer.
7001 Wheeler, Frederick J., ǂe singer.
74002Songs we used to sing in Dixieland.