Pearl GEMM CD 9050 (Compact disc). Music from the New York stage. Volume I, 1890-1908. [Disc 1]

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Berliner 073 Unknown 4/20/1899 Soldiers in the park / Ethel Jackson ; Runaway Girl Company
Berliner 074 Unknown 4/20/1899 Soldiers in the park / Ethel Jackson ; Runaway Girl Company
Berliner 525 X 5/12/1898 Chin chin Chinaman / Artists vary
Berliner 552 Unknown 5/3/1898 Oh, promise me / Artists vary
Columbia 1732 1 Feb. 1904 O'Hoolihan held the fuse / Thomas Q. Seabrooke
Columbia 1734 1 Feb. 1904 Who is Eagan? / Thomas Q. Seabrooke
Victor B-2153 2 1/17/1905 The old oaken bucket / Old Homestead Double Quartet
Berliner 3020 [1] 5/3/1898 Don José of Seville / Jesse Bartlett Davis ; W. H. MacDonald
Victor C-3115 3 5/4/1906 Gypsy love song / Eugene Cowles
Victor B-3116 2 5/4/1906 The armorer's song / Eugene Cowles
Victor B-3145 1 2/23/1906 Nearer, my God, to Thee / Richard Jose
Berliner 3179 Unknown Late 1898 Opening chorus of school girls, Act 1 / Chorus from "The fortune teller"
Berliner 3180 Unknown Late 1898 Always do as people say you should / Chorus from "The fortune teller" ; Alice Neilson
Berliner 3181 Unknown Late 1898 Finale, 2nd Act / Chorus from "The fortune teller" ; Trumpet and drums from "The fortune teller"
Berliner 4266 [1] 5/7/1898 Dreaming, dreaming / Henry Clay Barnabee
Berliner 4267 [1] 5/7/1898 Dreaming, dreaming / Helena Frederick
Berliner 4268 [1] 5/7/1898 Dreaming, dreaming / George B. Frothingham
Victor C-4511 1 5/20/1907 The bully / May Irwin
Victor C-4514 2 5/21/1907 When you ain't got no money, you needn't come around / May Irwin
Victor B-4515 1 5/21/1907 May Irwin's Frog song / May Irwin
Columbia 19814 1 3/14/1912 Hypnotic scene / Weber & Fields
Columbia 38129 2 7/9/1912 Contract scene / Weber & Fields
Columbia 38658 1 2/26/1913 Sweet Inniscarra / Chauncey Olcott
Columbia 38659 1 2/26/1913 Molly O / Chauncey Olcott
Columbia 38662 2 6/20/1913 My beautiful Irish maid / Chauncey Olcott

Primary Performers:

Eugene Cowles (vocalist : bass vocal)
Old Homestead Double Quartet (Vocal group)
May Irwin (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Chauncey Olcott (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Runaway Girl Company (Vocal group)
Ethel Jackson (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Richard Jose (vocalist : countertenor vocal)
Thomas Q. Seabrooke (vocalist : baritone vocal)
Henry Clay Barnabee (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Jesse Bartlett Davis (vocalist : contralto)
W. H. MacDonald (vocalist : baritone vocal)
Helena Frederick (vocalist : soprano vocal)
George B. Frothingham (vocalist : bass vocal)
Weber & Fields (performer)
Chorus from "The fortune teller" (Vocal group)
Alice Neilson (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Trumpet and drums from "The fortune teller" (Musical group)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Pearl GEMM CD 9050 (Compact disc). Music from the New York stage. Volume I, 1890-1908. [Disc 1]," accessed December 6, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/220684/Pearl_GEMM_CD_9050.

Pearl GEMM CD 9050 (Compact disc). Music from the New York stage. Volume I, 1890-1908. [Disc 1]. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved December 6, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/220684/Pearl_GEMM_CD_9050.

"Pearl GEMM CD 9050 (Compact disc). Music from the New York stage. Volume I, 1890-1908. [Disc 1]." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 6 December 2019.

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