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:

May Irwin (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Richard Jose (vocalist : countertenor vocal)
Old Homestead Double Quartet (Vocal group)
Eugene Cowles (vocalist : bass 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)
Runaway Girl Company (Vocal group)
Ethel Jackson (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Chorus from "The fortune teller" (Vocal group)
Alice Neilson (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Trumpet and drums from "The fortune teller" (Musical group)
Chauncey Olcott (vocalist : tenor vocal)

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 October 21, 2021, 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]. (2021). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 21, 2021, 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, 2021. Web. 21 October 2021.

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