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CATALOGUE INDEX.

Harry Lauder

Grcýnd Opera and

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2;Instrumental Selections (Contd.)-

Celebrity

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3-4 Pianoforte

... ...

19 -

:rülitary Band Selections...

... 5---12f Piccolo

... ... ...

19

Urass Band Selections

... ... 5-121 Pipers and Drummers

... ...

19

f)r.'i estral Selections

... ...12-151

Tnbaphone

... ... ...

I-20

instrumental Selections

...15-21

Ukulele

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20

Accordion

... ... ...

lS Violin

... ... ... .. 20--21

Bagpipes

... ... ... ...

Iii Violin, 'Cello, Flute & Harp

...

21

Banjo 15 Violin, 'Cello and Piano

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21

Zither Banjo

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21 Violin, Flute and Harp

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21

Barrel Organ

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15I Violin and Mustel Organ

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21

Bassoor.

... .-. ... ...

I"ü Xylophone 21

Bells

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,Of4LPOO, t )aitr_e,

Doughie the Her (Lauder)',G.29{ Scottish S ldivrs and t32,.'inr Lauf

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I love to be a sailor 'Lau.i+rý.

outi'er (Le, rw

G.O 22{I'm going to marry-arry (Lauder),

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She is my Rosie (Lar derj 1. F ersn:.;

(The \Vaggle 0' tht Kilt (Lau),r)I

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Opera and Celebrity Records.

Aliserere " 1! Trovatorc IFCar me, Sanfuzza Cavallerin

I

miss Ltust cane Mesdames

Al Yýrroxv ans?'

G.O. 1 I Mr. r. Erdest Vil

Alvenn'arrow and Vioietta

In the Combat " It Trov store " G"O. S und Mr. Ernest Pike

LPdme. Vtuietta & Mr. Ernest Pike Stay, Stay, Turiddu ` Cavalleria

ý r,usucauu - tvxurne. aýezeauý a

Mr. Ernest Y2ke

What hear

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n` S 1?abanera " Carmen " Mdme. Vlolotta

ovatore

bliss :ilv¢ :iraoroa

9 Gipsy Song " Carmen "

uni?'G'a.

Air,-Harry 'i'hornton

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iioiettn

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Romeo and ff"

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Misses

Qolv,

Alv- Y-r-I .1111 -.. --

an,mnrennnr

G.O. 31 --.?v`.r. lz"uest l nusrac, lýaesas. nruesi ine,

'Thorpe Bates, L. Stanley

NOW to the Hal; the Priests I'iocecd,

and

porn,. fn-nn

. -Aida ý .

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AN, ---'_-! (La Traviata,

(Rigoletio Air. Ernest PikeI G,.O.II

I Miss Aicena Yarrow, Mies Amny.

Augarde, Mr. E. Chifford

4 1 That nil the Load of Infamy

" itiga:etto "

I

Ah ! fors'

Miss Al ena Yarrow and

Mr. Ernest Pike

a 'uf " Traviu!a " ;Sung

in Itall:ýnf " L';nco6nihý "

Miss Als one Yarrow and..

str. Thorpe Bates

Toreador

I

Song " C. rmen

Mr. Peter i)awaon G.O.i2{ Soienne in

and Chorus

Quest'ora " The Force

G.O.

f La Donna a Mobile from " Rigoletto "

tt Sun ;n _ýta3iani

5{ Miss ýANena Yarrow. Mrssrs.l

I Ernest Pike and

of lytstiny "

Ernest Pike and

Messrs.

' etcr Dnwsou

Thorpe.idatesl

I !Caro Nume from j

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G.0.1?

I Gkyp,, me,,Py hIll"',

isar. "ýiev::a:ix

Dawson and Miss

La Euhese

Oh laýrýa

iv1r. i-eier .- , - -

Alvena Farrow

Messrs.

1 "Ihc Chorale " Faust Ernest Pike and Per i:s.vson

Me,srs. Peter Dawson,

Harry Ihornion :aud Choi.,

I Duel S ue " Faust IitaShadoýe° Song" 1)inoreh " (Sarg

nlessrs. Eist Pityc, Ii3rryi Ia Italiar:-; L'Incognita

L Tharnton and J. It. Sco7landifr.O.14 he Mad Scene "Lucia di Lumnter-

,i II3a102' " " L'Incognfta '

f Let cri: gaze. on the form heforc Im-i

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and, (Vuican'sSuLtg 'Philemon and Bands"

L.Oý 7ý Nfiss Aivcna Mr. Robert RnfIfard


Grand Opera and Celebrity Records.

Ten -Inch Double

-Sided

0.0.15

1Serenade

{ Church

" Faust

Mr. Robert

Scene " Faust "_

RadfordI G.0.31

Bell Song " Lakme

1$olero

Mies Elizabeth

" Vespri Sicilians "

Newbold

Mr. Robert Radford __ and[

Miss Vera Reynolds!

E Miss Elizabeth Newbotd

(B1ow, Blow thou winter. wind

o Star of Eve "Tannhauser G.0.32{ (Sargaares) Mr. Robert Radford

G.O.17 Mr. Robert Radford 1 Cavatina ' La Juive "

O Isis " Magic Flute " L Mr. Robert Radford

Mr. Robert Radford'

j

(Pill! Petf ! "Les Huguenots"

O ruddier than the Cherry (Harrdr+i

G.O,.19{ Mr. Robert Radford

Mr. Robert Radford

I The Porter Song Martha "

G.i4 The heart bowed down Bohemian Eheemu

L Mr. Robert Radford'

Girl "

ý Mr. Robert Redford

G.0.20

Ilo ! Jolly Jenldr " Ivanhoe

-Woo

Mr. Robert Radford (Londonderry Air (Violin)

thou thy Snowflake G"O.35{ Miss Mary La,

Ivanhoe " III Chanson sans paroles (Viol::>O

Mr. Robert. Radford! L (Tscha;ho;rsky) Miss Mary Law

I 'The Armourer's Song " Robin Bond " i (Rolling in foaming billows

Mr. Robert Radfordl Creation

G.O.21j Rage, thou angry Storm "'i'heIG,O.37. Mr. Robert Radford

L ( G`ypsy's Warning " Is not His word like a he " Elijah "

Mr. Robert Radford; Mr. Robert Radford

Serenade " Faust "

Mr. Robert Radford', ( When a Maiden takes your fancj

G.O.24 Potion Scene " Romeo and Juliet " " 11 Seraglio 11 (Mozart)

Mr. Robert Radford ýG.O39

Mr. Robert Radfort

I would 1-'were a King (Si4lhva,r

Air. Robert Radford

Waltz Song " Romeo and Juliet"',

G.O.25

Miss Elizabeth Newbotdl

Una Voce Poco fa " 11 Barbiere di

siviglla " 0.0.401

Miss Elizabeth Newboldi

rMignon Gavotte (Violin) (Thhotna+)

Miss Mary Law

La Serenata (Violin) (;Vosxko,rski)

Miss Mary La",

Osmino's Aria " It Seraglio "

G.036 Erl tu che

Mr. Robert Radfordf

macchiava quell'anima,,,

.

[La Colombe, Entracte (Viaün) (Gouov

These records are sung in English unless otherwise staled.


fON(iFHONE DOUBLE-S'IDEF3 !tE^OIiDS,

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BAND Slb'ýLECATIONS. ANL SELECTIONS

BAND ez BELLS ULACK DlAMOj' ;DS BAND-cid,

r Wedding March (FVith chwch ;c11s) (Mendels

I d ( sonrýJ Black Diamc"nds Fcstiväl Bande

Corouatiýýa March. Bom "Le Prophete"

(Meye+öeeri3iaek

_Tünmonds Festival Band

ýt'C,CAL SOLOS & MII:I'I'ARY':%.

BAND A

_,yc ),;od Savm the King Baýs Solo &}Llitary Ban

ýýýorois:no.ý Qeis 131dGtt iýiamr:ucu iý.uui',

(týod-Save ttro füug SVlO & Cho:us3q

'i RuI. 13riYounia

.

- Solo & Chorus

S38 ; The British Grenidiers Black Diamoc cis Bat.,!

Gnii bless th, P-, nice of Waleý 1ilnart;

Solo & Chora.A,

uf [)a4 Solo & Chotni-i

Corcinu 6lar'n 131..ak.Diautonds Band

i3EýSE'S na TH' BARN BP,.NDA

Freu;h Come:iv," Overture (Ma)

ýSelection, 'T5e FlyingDutman," Selection (Wagner)

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ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS,

BAND SELECTION BAND SELECTIONS.

BLACK DIAMONDS BAND--cld.'BLACK DIAMONDS BAND-0d.

Caard:.s (Scene " ßoheu.e "i (N,:uilis hlur.';A 223 "Maritana," Overtur?, Part I. (i:ýalGue

A 149 A Hunt in the Forest. (A Musical Episode 1 'LL Mautaoa." Overture, Part II.. (I u zce

(I's Oo) Baud ni H.M.RoyalIrish Fu ilier'ý Romeo as' Juliet," Selections, Part I

1 r rr: a1' rve U erture (ý e üssohr ý

A 285 (t on't rj)

t X

, Blas, Overture (1te ders "n) R,r:eoaniJuiiet,''Seieetions, Part 11,

A u ;:r;on Se1ectrur Part I (Thomas) (Go)unod)

183

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ZONOPHONE DOUBLE -SIDED

RECORDS.

BAND SELECTIONS BAND SELECTIONS

BLACK DIAMONDS BAND-Std. BLACK DIAMONDS BAND-cdd.

532 cnroraion M:.rch, Sain: George) 908 Gipsy Love " Waltz (Lehar)

Coronation March, (Sxinl-Saeas) " Sunshine. Girl," Selection (Rubene)

59G (Cbr:ýtchurn'n Chintýa 930 .Softly The Glow-worm Idyll ILiork,ý)

5 R'eymouta Chimes

unawares fLinche,

597 ;Starr

and Sunshine March 931 f tiurope United March (T.ehlc)

helmrerial Life Guards March (R. B.Hall) JA Call to Arms hinrch (Bidgood)

f God Save the Xing (solo & chorus) r For unto us a Child is born (Handel)

Rule Britannia (Sol) & chorus) 951 Christrc r Carols: 0 come, all ye faithful

5''85 The ritish Greuadices Goc i ki tg \t'euceslas; The First Nowell,

God Bless the Prince of Wales (solo & chores)[ Hark t The Herald Angels

Heats of Oak (silo & chorus) 952 Hai!, Smiling Morn (Spotfnrth)

(Coronation March ,l,.Standard Frater March (Fahrbach)

610Dorothy," Selection (Ge


ZONOPIJONE DOUBLE -SIDED

-RECORDS.

BAND ELECTIONS BAND SELECTIONS

BLACK DI 1Pit4ONDS BAND-ctd.;BLACK

DIAMONDS

BAND-cid.

1290,Clarenufit

St. Patrjtn-1rish patrol (J. H. Pill)

March (T. J. Hillier) )11486[ A Trieste ("Onward to Trieste ") (E. Carosic

13oppy Herbert, Two-step (P. C. H('liday% Canzone Garibaldina (False)

1302) Solnicrs Nfareh(`rorn" 3iam'selle_Tralala ")T14ýý jConrt Tnuopeters' March (W. blafikryos)

Lverslcigh March (Alex. F. Lithroe)

41st Regiment larch (Alex. F. Lithgo¢) . 2498 (arr. Iv S. Gordo,..

The Song of the Night, Romanza (A. Safro i) I jack and Tommy's Tunes, Part 11.

The 3'For.k's Dream, 1?ntra'cie (A. SaJroni) " i l

(arr. by S. Gorda!

The Sird of the Desert, ','arch (J. Reid)

[' Push

iS10

and Go _ "Selection, Part I. (Dare wssi

Amn::r rir Patric ATarrh (C TýfilGt l "PýicF an.i rn " IZM-fine P,r` TT iT)n rn:ýc F,'ý

I (jack ýJenn vu.ourr) imýenxý vuarus nauu. ý ýianoorougn :narcn Inýez. r. u.ýýgoml

and Tummy's Tunes, Part I.

Salut a

tonne ") (Eeletan National Anthem) "1 Scirict and Gold March (iVard-HuEs)

Fighting for Liberty (Introducing " The f

British Gren2diera," " A Life on the Ocean""" ,ý«

" Shell Out "Selection, Patt 1. (H- Ilarewsk ('ý

I "'hell Out " SelectionPart 11. (H.Dare

.

Liege Dy Order of the King, March (A. Safroni) "5O64 Gerrard" Selection,Part II.(H. Pe!h,,.`

The Night Rider, (A. Safroni', Scotland's Pride.Part I.(arr.bv Chas Godfre,.

The Scýttish Chief (.?

The Gladiators March

.

SäJronti ) ;wso Scotlaa.i's Yridc,Part II(orr.by Ghns.Gedjrr.'.

(Sousa) fThe Bull;igbter's March (Koadun)

High Sch,ý,o1 Cadets' March (Sousa) )Over the Fron'ier Macrb (Jas. Bell)

O:z United Forces March (Introducing thel ( A little bit of Heaven (with corn(tt solo)(Ba(:j

National Anthems of England and Herl1540{ Show me the way to ycnr heart

Allies) (Ewtwictle.j ( (with cornet Solo) (B. Scots;

(introducing " La ßraban-;',R1, jB,ritain's D?fenders' March (Mattheias)

ave ") (Kaye)

The Dfarseil]a;se

Absent (with cornet solo; (Metra!f)

Tne English Rose (with t570

cornet solo)

(E. German) (art. by Dan Godfrey)I,r,,.

It's a long way to Tipperary, starch

(S. Uouehs ) '......

Carry on March (J. Ord Hume) 1D1L

1'hn T1-- I.- -"h\ /C....-

Egyptian Patrol (march) (Alex. F. Lithgorrt

Private Tommy Atkins (larch)I,ýoý

The Lads in Navy Blue (march)

1O"

The Deathless Army (:parch)

When the Drums begin to Roll (march)

Russian National Anthem I'

Cossacks march through Moscow 1598

1411't Flying Squadron. Part II. (1. A. Xnhbev)

14,25

IN2

ucc uc nuu'u iag, rnrc u. ýnatyeyt

Ship Ahoy (in rch)

1426

B. Scott) (arr. by 1. Ord Hurne)l

. Hello, Bill ! (march) (141. H. Sconfon) 1613 (märch) ((F. Powe!

1437 They all love Jack (march) (Kappey) Where are the Lads f the Village to-nigh'

Nelson's Victory (M. Darewski) (m.nrch) (N. Darerrs,

\v

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1438

ý .. .... ,. o... :..- .. , 1624

1_

Na+gseaves!ý(arr. by ] Ord Humcl; "Chin, chin" Select »ns,Part 11 (Iran Carv:

Return R of the Victor (march) (Farrell)

1625

Austr._ Songs (medley march)

. .. ,-aliaQ

,. a. ,_

Salut d'Amour (Elgar)

La pore la Victoire (L. Ganove)

Melody Land," Part I. (arr. by S. Bayer

Melody Land," Part 11. (are. by S. b'zyn''

All the Hits," Part 1. Girr. by 1. S. Baker

Al l the Hits," Part il_ (2n. ty j. S. Bake

"The Camp Concert,"P.: t I.!avr.bj

"T6c Camp Cnocrst,"Part JI(orr. by .4.Pari A.Paro, ,

"Hibernia" Selection, Part I.(are. by Greaa.

"Hioernia" Selection, Part II.(arr.byGeead:

Hinemoa (quick step) (Douglas)

With Kitchener's Army (march) (Bat')

" Joyland " Selections, Par; I. (H. Drremf §

" Joyland "Selections, Part II.(H.Dareu:sk.

Keep the Home Fires Burning ('r:arch)

(Ivor 1'oceil

Juarez " Spanish March (Sehettinol

Follow the Crowd " Selections, Part I.

(Berlin

Follow the Ci Fwd " Selections, Part 11.

I Berl it

Pack up your troubles in your old kit tag

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England our Home ;march) (Nat G. Aye

(Flux) (air. bl' Ord Hum.) !1637 Dublinj Boys' March (G. W. Byeg)

When the Boys come Home again (march)i I{iltie ads' Marco ll.audcr)

(bfonek!or.); The Victor March (Pryor)

Tatiena1 Feaeibles (march) (Sousa) 't652i The Munition Workers' Song

1462

I I Right ! (march)

-aft

(Sousa) L (Kathleen Drucks^aa) Robt. Radfc:r''"

1474 Royal Review (march) (Lc :ey) (" The Happy Day," Selections, Part 1.

Euterpe (Clarke) '1h63 { (Rubes & Jon!,'

1475 Huet&aoo' Two-step Intermezzo (Antli/fe) " Thz Happy Day," Selections Part Ii.

State Trumpeters' Mir..^.° (Seltzer) (Raben, & Jonr

All 12-Inch Records have the letter A in front of Serial No.


ZONOPHONK DOUBLE -SIDED RECORDS.

BAND SELECTIONS BAND SELECTIONS

BLACK DIAMONDS BAND-ctrl. BLACK DIAMONDS BAND--ct 1.

r4.C. March (Fletcher)

14f.85 Listen to the Riv Brass Rand (Davrcadel 17,.4f

I' Colonel Bogey," March (RUsra)

Berüe and BJinda, March, Two-step (Green),i Scraper Fideli5 (Jousa)

The Fairies' Wedding, (E. de Jong) 1,7M .,1 oung England" Se;ection I (G.H.Clutsam)

(" High Jinks," Selections, Part 1. (Frimt) L --r, -g-, aeeucuunri tý.n .e,ýu+sam]

but including: ,. j- e Icatur Three Cheers," Selection 1 (11. D4;cv,-hi(

laater Kiss " Not now 1157

but l," Love's s Own Kiss " I " three Cheers," SeLctioQ lI (ii. Dal


ZONOPIIONE DOUBLE -SIDED RECORDS.

BAND SELECTIONS BAND SELECTIONS

BLACK DIAMONDS BAND-cld.;BLACK DIAMONDS BAND--cta,

Great Gun;,- Sekr-tiov, Part I (L. FVrighE).;19ý {Monsieur Monsieur ];caucaire, Sctectice I (Stu::a6er)

Introducing: " That dancing melody, '"

I;e.'i, a,re, Scleccon ^_ (Bfassager)

Uutil we inert again ' " Somewhere in ý Blue Mazes Fc -irrt (Ionbrid

Blighty,"

e)

"m cmewhere at Home," "When'1941 Vankyana Jazz Fox-trot (Dare Corer)

God gave you to me," and " There's a ship 1952)

Songs of the Season, Part I (Perorini)

IS5EIj hat's bound for Blighty " Songs of the Season, Part 2 (Pecorini)

treat lions, 5elect,,on, fart (L. Wngnt).,19g3 f Valse Demure (Franklin)

Introducing: " In my dear old Home-I Hesitation (Valse Boston) (Fanrhey)

town,' ' Love, come from your hiding

place," iiad I but known," - The kiss

that made you ruin," " That's my idea;

of a gi:i," and Finale " LA GARDE REPUBLICAINE

Lilac Domino," Part I (Cuvillier) i

Introducing: ' All line up in a gr.reae,"ý BAND

!ß8)

" Where love is waiting," " Let the music

play," " What is done you never canl(The Most Famous French MIlitary Band

und


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

B:°y.ND SELECTIONS BAND SELECTIONS

HOME GUARDS BAND--cvntd.IIMPERTAL GUARDS BAND

f La Fille de Madame Acgct " (selection! ; Ioianthe " (selectic a) (Sullivan)

227: (Lccocq`1,1A 113 (?rr. by IPinterbollom)

La Fille du Tambour Major " (selection)

Pirate, of Penrarce " (selection)

235 Old Comrades (march) (Teribe) ilie) ,to Harpn:znr:)' (Sullivan) Black Diamonds Band

The Earl and the Girl " (Part 1.) (Ca,

Fatinit

ylt)

a {quid march; (Suppej IA

120, (arr. by L. Gadfrey)

236 Overture, Zanetta " (Auber) " The Ear) and the Girl" (Part 11) (Caqf)

Overture, " Pinue Dame " (Suppe)

(arr. by D. Godfrey)

245 /'Tlie hunter March (Fausu) `

- 127 :ussianChuzch Parade (IV. Pa-triage)

iIauds A-- `.he Sea (Sausal

ý" Lev Ctn;hes de Corn?vine," Selection 1,1

Imperial Chimes (11. Partridge)

Dolly Dcrling Waltz (from " Puppchcn

252 (Planquette,

Les Cloches

(jean Gilber: )

de Corneville," Selection 111 1075 Pat=_ie,

(Y:anquclte;

you ate the App.e of my Eye (marchl

253ýCnards

intermezzo from Pappehen ")

Parade (Fa-+,e1 )

(,Tea

E3 iy3 of the Old Brigade (march) (Bat.i) .& Gilbert;

1876 " Girl

27 Yrornan.ry (quick march) (Far7e.

on the Film " Waltz (Waller Kollo)

" Girl

The Last Stand (march) (31yddleton)

on the Film March (fPacer polio)

Soldiers' March from " Mam'scile'Fraiala "

La ltascottc, Selection I. Audran) 1 tZt2

ti.a :Kasrette, Section Ii. lAa,hars3 i_ýýý i

(Jean Güuat)

u....- uofi,orf f P"!)-l-rra(davi

The tGeisba," Selection i loydney Jones) 1 """rr' ""°"°ý"

Black

r,

Diamonds

_.. .

Band

Introducing: " Iut


-- 7,ONOI'HONE DOUBLE-SII?IsD RECORDS,

BAND SELECTIONS. BAND SELECTIONS.

LONDON REGIMENTAL BAND" TWINS" CONCERT BAND

433[New Coloni_,al March 194 f F lne Pamrbe \Valtz

,. ('s r the Waves (waltz) (Jimen lino) `Carmen March (13i.'c!)

THE MANHATTAN JAZZ ZONOPHONE MILITARY

BAND

BAND

1912fEve3vhody s jazzing r;mv (H. F A, Lesle+? 422 Rose Shamrock ant Thistle (march) (:dose)

I'ht Big Jazz Band 7a(e) sh S.'ections Btark Diamonds Ban,i

;913ýA Bull in a Caine Shop (Doirfego) 423 Down

South

t.Thc ,,ad J,z,. Rcs:t (We")


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

ORCHESTRAL ORCHESTRAL

SELECTIONS SELECTIONS

PEERLESS ORCHESTRA-ctd.,PEERLESS ORCHESTRA--ctrl.

A 83 jOn Lovcl,t Seas (Reeves)

`,^^-^^--''=~°.

I

oo, r.l.. -- ,..._....r.., a,.n

~''`~.,~~~...~~..ý,~.

i.IPAFie Kack.(A.ffen. ).

....,__s '

A R6 i CIý.Faýe -ulnrew l Rrmkl

Vaice ý

_ -;

___ . _

Edeu Valselloui;

Ijj') - ' 9U5

A 1U2ýAcclamatioti Waltz (WnkNekftl)

:

rý --- nr,..i.aI...e,.n

906

A 1051""J!osen -.i I F,'ý - ,r

. ýa L!

-)ýýZ_ flh4.W&fl4 .

928

.)

Under my Darling's window (Puu1 Linkc)I

A 1i)- Little Grey Home in

ý.,,,

the blest (Lohr) -

(arr. Lv H. Dl. Hie¢sl:

A 167 1' Opera 13ouffe Overture, Part I (Finchji

5

970 ý

A 174 Betty," Selection, Part I (Paul Rubens)

Betty," Setectim, Part 11 (Paul Rubens),

(" To-night's the Night," Selection, Part 1.',

971

To-night's the Night," Selection, Part II.:

(FnuJ Ruberts;l

A 182 4

ýAllies in Camp, Part I (arr. by Engleman 1972,

ý -__ :_ 1--- -1 - - "..' --) ,

A 208 f ~.~.~^~~"..~^^.ý~~ý~~'^~~"

Valse Caprice (Rubinstein)

-1

Dance ý,.,ýýý ý.;


I ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

ORCHESTRALSELECTIONS

PEERLESS ORCHESTRA-- r;:;r`

le sais qur! ve"is otý ;-Iiý ý('hrisline)

ORCHESTRALSELECTIONS

ROYAL CREMONA

ORCHESTRA

1291 M;lady Rostaa: ( :irr-nor.1 riancr) 070 rA Perrc t Day (C. Jacobs kid

(Ray 1 e,nard)l 'lbe.te's a (I 'trU)

lor; or trail

Lady F"etty Gnt ottu

(ii. Oliver, 167t 'lThcv D ýý n lia. rF in ict °wsse- ! naldson)

1304 far, by 1am es)'

di n r t c r me (1 ern)

Grand Priz Waltz (Maur e ll r ter:) 1686 AJ. r am r,. Del ht (Nicholls)

1316J The Dancing Du tan (E nr Kca ý

r,

Und n dth the Stars (S/-corer)

i Penguins' Parade )Numan h snr.:-) I Vaa' a Hula I icy Dula (Gcett, Years aa

i Somewhere a voice is calling (waltz) 16371 U endrep

1325! (A. F, Talc t-Llio ! Han aii ! IIcw are Yon? (Srh-rarsr

.Dear

Soul Waltz (C. L. Yea>"cles) 1,1 you were the only Girl iu the World

Get out and get un',cr Twostep (K. Pr:har) 1731

(Nat D. A,,!,!

1342 i A very good girl a,n a Sun.ial'.

u: e-step I A Droben Doll (Ta'.e)

L (r a tl'y)

is a long, long way tr,,t:y Home in Kentr

1343 " Ularn'snlle 'I

-k

rn lal t ,

' Selection P i t ; I & 174;t (N,t D Aye

3I. (Jaat Gilbert Kenbrcky Home (b\'e'll pave a Jubilee)

1355

t All rrhanrd for Dixiclund (Cell) Dar:uid-o;

1 Bab,,'s S^:eetheart, Serenade (U'. C eei, Jr.)1745 rT'.here's Sneer in your Hair (David & Wright,

1373 JThe'FVarLler's Serena,ie (/. Perry) 'LEve:"v tittle while (.Tate)

\V6istle for rite (A. Fare) 4758 f God ien.l you back to me (.4 E. Adains)

1412.f Caper Sauce, one or taro-step f?.?zchli++; I Gordrn of Moap (I. de Laiat

Echos des A?pec 2ntermez-o (Geiste)

. 1773 fSome sort of Somebody (!.er..)

1427 f:J^mn;=eile Chic EFletcrer) Wonderful Girl, W,mderful .oy!Nat D.Ayet

EI Saludo (A»ciih`e) 11805 rArizoua (M.:aucroýl

1439( Day Dreams (Sleeve) IHawaiian Dutterf

and

..'(1?eshelte

Sanilcy)

In the Sun (Steir,e*) lr livid of the 1L,natair" waltz (Fraser Simpsa:

Where my caravan has rc_ted (with cornclf(805) A 1'anl'se for "Iwo, " M1a;d of the Meunta.;n'

1451' I'll (Lahr) / ! Il late)

. .

Becaise

(wt;ý' cornet solo) (Cu), d Hzrdelut"i822 s of P tardy (II. Wocd)

My d ea a (with c rnet solo) (Teti) I'rle.. (Tosti)

1151 Ha; pv Summer Song (with cornet

,

s I r) Al': the World with be jealous of tee

) (air he S ' 1 8 2 3 1 !E. R. Bat;

1475 the Shadow Waltz([--i Value dc. Om res(Sega t 'ily own Iona (Friedland)

E St:uti in Sam net (Ban ns) I First love, I-, -t love best love, " Bing Boy

1495 Beet nd l ru o (Fi-trut) (Comer) 836 on Flroadcv (v (Nat D tier)

lIo 1 o uvles trot) (hies & Alt(ert) NY j,"', the L'l; 6 ec Scan grow (li hitin,

1488J Thsrsr the Li:( 1 t i r Gain) 883 J Per me and my gal

, , G . 1 r/ -.'er)

the Fox rot Il p (A Kiug,t,n Stewart) 1S>toe day I'll make you love Inc (N'at Ayes)

Ih< Min trel Parade (from " Watch your 384 f (ive me a littl' cosy con r ( ales

1999- Step ) ( e:ýi g Berltn) 1 Le heart of a rose (H Nicholls)

The 5, oe",p:.le I R'a!k (from " Watch yotu f Tickle lee, " Going Up " (Hirsch)

Step ") IrcI; -899

a Yellin) 111 you 1001 im ürr eyes, " Going Up " (Hvsc;.

1512 Betty, waltz (I'(al Ro-bens)

To-uight'st:e 'u 5t "Waltz (I'aulRnbens)j

1528 Charlie. CLaplin Fox-trot ;Darec°sN) ýt "

TWINS GRAND

Fte's

a Regpicker (Berlin)

1542 FIeare's Ease (A I3RCýII1;ýýýI'RA

.

Dlacbe)?,; ''

Pleading (11a5 Jo lined)

The Only Girl," Overture (V. Herbert) 217 f Lo':e's Pisse, (waltz) (T:ercv)

15571 When you're awac (" The Only Girl ")

13`.Iooulight on

__

the Lskz (wait.)

ý -. Yrrbertl Harold Wild; Z.iä J ltamorteilen ":raltz) uun; I;

1587f The Call of the An "els, Intermezzo (W' it 5 Dectrinen r,oattzj (Strauss

Fair", Tiptoe (Fr;,:cr":lasj 1 243J _ ;üorgenrlatt,r ,maltzý (Sir^uss)

1655 f The PaLerfly

La me pave

(Le; iis) '

(Mull (He%,Y,3 Krier)

ýtinte.r den Linden (waltz)

I housaud anal flue Nights

'6ung'l)

(Jlýa. ¢ss)

THE PICTURE PALACE

ORCHESTRA

i a7sý`p;%ein Li Gn 1 i cuoiu;ý

»onauNYtn«:r,;Ivnao:'ictij

I:9s

La i,1."allzj (ii

fyu. t.a ýat i:e t. ýan t.. ý; /er7A T,zyiný} 321J Wnie 11 ýmen and Song, Dezianl

.

Nýalt- mrss)

ct Re,.or c (Golri"ge lrvlor) Casu.o 7ansc

, -ung f9#2 L'n Sonn ct An rc l elerilge fn,tor)

La Tarinu.lle ý xtillaote tColer.tgc 2,iy;nr)

!)

370 ý Chocolate ti lncer t a)lz) lStrasss)

lVerouique (waltz) (ivy. by kiefertJ

1

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i4


JNOi'H+CiNE

,f

I.iC.UBLE-S?DE?) REt,ORIaS.

ORCHESTRAL BANJO

SRELFC'IMO;tiS

ji1I.,FR'r".I'e

CAM?,3E iI?R R. OLLY

!-,. -, , I T'la Poll -ý

ý ý'` ý~ý'ýý'ýý`

ORCHATRAL

\, "JL\1I1V1\ 1J1\V11L'1V a->av I

947Patrol

PROFESSOR GRANVILLE 1 FRED TURNER

i

( To the Front(Fer. Turner)

I 95- Alice, Lvhcre art thou? (piino soi

piaxio), (I'lf,nerl

(C. ,I

(Xing Cotton March (Sow) (z l are)

121j Frw

i Rrado 1'oC a (piccolp solo)


DOUBLE

BASSOON

W. CONRAD

Old French Air With Variations W. Conrad

3201 Poet and Peasant (ocarina) (Suppe)Signor

Tapiero

BELLS

W. DITCHAM

390 ýCeep on a-Shnffn' W. D'aý: ýam

Washington Post March (Sousa) lylophour:

;Nearer, my God, and Sun of my Soul (silver

455) chimes)

Laughing Water (siiver chimes) 9t. Silvester

B ELLS

E. W. RUSHFORTH

1074f Happy Days Gavotte (Govzert)

Secrets Intermezzo [Ancliffcl

1124JLiselotte (with orchestra)'(Leo Adam)

My Lady Dainty (with orchestra)

1147 f L'Auvergnate Mazurka (Gannt)- -

Reve apres le Bal (Brouste!)

(Hesse)

1951 Stephanie Gavotte (C ibu{ka)

Narcissus (Nevin)

448 Sp^onti ne (two-step)

T-;-flight Shadows

440 Th. Protti-f Cnnc of all Re l with Rand

Yar-ci, par-la Jas. Lent

1 Laughing Water (silver chimes) M. Silvester

455Nearer, my God, and Sun of my Soul (silver

chimes) Lyster & Cooke

-SIDED

RECORDS.

'CELLO

JAN LINDEN

421 Auldd Robin Gray (with piano)

1 Canks of Allan Water (with piano)

1460 The land n' ttm seal (with piano)

Marv of Argyle (with piana)

f538ýThr, Flowers of the Forest {with piano!

An old Highland Melody (with piano)

Intermezzo-" Cavalleria Rusticana " (with

1711

,

piano) (.14asca;ni)

Serenadejrom " Suite in F " (with p ano;

(Herbert

449 fTbe. Par-ci, par-la Jas. Lent

Prettiest Song of all Bells, with Band

LYSTER & COOLE

Metedy in F (wi:) piano) (Rubinstein)

Robin Adair (with piano)

P. NIFOSI

IThe Phantom Melody (Kesel ) Y. Film'

X63{ I loved you more than I knew (Ketelby;

Vocal arrangement of the Phantom WI-I

L (Freest Pü


DOUBLE

-SIDED

RECORDS.

Signor CAFFAAELLI

(Honest Toil (with piano) America Mazurka de Concert (with piano)

2051 Ye Banks and Braes (clarioaet) 1277 (F. Mas:nelli)

I Robert Mackenzie, A Thousand and One Kisses (with piaro)

The War March of the Priests (with organ) 1 (F. Mannelti)

285 (Mendelssohnl; Beyeaththywindow-O Sole mi.,, (withpiano)

{ Under the Double Cagle (ocarina) (J. IVagxer) 1341) (Di Capua)

Signor Tapiero; J?Sar inata (with piano) (Leencacalln)

aq ; Hor;ipipe Medley (with piano)

Silver Heels (with piano) (Morel)

451

n1"co1uCcertiuaWttü,IitC,withýuupiano utu) T nywua Lý+tiý""


ZONOPI-IONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

CORNET

Corporal WILLIAMS of H.M.

Royal Irish Fusiliers

MELODEON

JAS. BROWN---continued

Kelvin Strathýney; Gres>n Grow Lie Rns

Kelvin Grote; Charlie is nay Darling

846 Piano)

C:;ntry Dance: Miy lure is but a la


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

OCARINA

; 5;gnor MOSE TAPIERC-(-týI.

Under the D,uI1e ßagie(J.i'agne^;S

ignnr TAI, icri

The War March *of the Priests (concertina

with ore tn) (.ltendelssohn) Alex. Prince

I Poet and Peasant (Sut'pe) SigQor "I apiern

0 ; old French Air with Variatilmns (bassoon)

11

IN. Uonraci

The First Kiss Waltz

,La Paloma

PIANOFORTE

PAUL ASTOR

PICCOLO

Mdlle. ELGAR-cfd.

{',Giggle-Woggle (with piano) (tIi .o,

MdC.e. ?';'cr.


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

TUBAPHONE

__...

I

VIOLIN

ALBERT MULLER

Miss MARY LAW-contd.

461 { Lily of the Valley Polls r" Pirates of Penzance "--Fantasia ((wick

:he Czarina jA 227 piano) (Ssalitau)

Il ` Gondoliers "--Fantasia (with piano)(Sullivan,

'-r.7 i

vý,ý_ý LE (with Piano) Bohemtou Girl "-Fantasia (witn pias::

,A 231

(Baaj°1

AKONI I

,T

1,"MMaritana"-Fantasia(with

.TAN

piano)(WaSlacc)

I The Wkado "-Fantasia (with piano;

l ý.e could vicki backi wicki wacki-iA235 (Sulliv

" V e i Ti.ec, "Telanthe"-Fantasia(with piano)(Sulus

1 aka Hula Hicki Dula (Goefr, Young anal " Yeomen of the Guard "-Fantasia (v, i

il'e,sdlung) A2.39 piano) (Sullivan)

Hawaiian Butterily (Baskette and Santley) " Ruddigore "-Fantasia (with piano)

,4 ',Vuat do you want to make those eyes at me' (Sutliva")

for (:McCarthy, Jorrascn and fonaco) See Celebrity List, page 4.

79 f) '-'g the way to Waikiki (bt'holing)

and dance with me

VIOLIN

I DUNCAN MACGREGOR

1Gems of Scottish Melodies, No. I (with

piano). Introducing: " Afton Water,"

Mv Heather Ii is," " Heres a health to

Bonnie S,otland "

Ih l

I o.n Lomond (with piano) Robert Buchan 250

ri nr. Laurie (piano sole) (Douglass)

Chas. Goodall!

i

Gems of Scottish Melodies, No. 2 (,!r)

piano). Introducing: " 0 Sing to me te

auld Scotch Songs," " Donald )n`. ýn

I'ibroch," " Stumpie Stritbspey,'

Iz ngq uian Dance (with anol

79 (Heir-- Kati) (Ifubay).

Gipsy Dance (with piano)

(Zieeuner-T eisenl (Snrasate)

ý.RId , .- ------ ý

erenade(withpiaazuol, r'la)

LCavatina (with nianol (Rao(`

f Lor,certo, op. 64 (with p,ano)( Llurdelssohný

A 98 'Variations on a theme by Coreii, (w ith piano)

De'LI amang the Tailors "

Gems o; Ir,'sh Melody (with piano). Intr

(1'artini-Ii

( reisi er)

Romance, op. 22 (with piano)

A 112{ (Henri 1Jieniac'shi)

Souvenir de Moscow, op. 6 with piano)

(ffe)iri lt'ieniaaski)

A 123 ýHumoreske,

ROBERT BUCHAN

ducin " \Veariug of the Green," " Br--L

Borouhrne's Marcb," " Cruiskeen Lawu

The Soldier's Joy," " Banks of Banne

Drops of Brandy "

ýWigg!e Woggle (piccolo, a piar

(Htua;or,; 1 Alle.

Prof. RANZATO

op. 101 (with Fwano) (Dvorak)

L'gende, op. 17 ('vith piano} (14,'ieniowski)l

(Intennezzo, from ' Cavalleria Rn:'ir.an+:

444 t ( ýHnscasý

Canzonetta (a'An+brosio)

JAN RUDENY! " I... (with - Piano)

Andante, frora J'tenoelssnhn's Concerto, op. 640 (Mazurka de Concert (Mxsinl (Schabert)

(F. Shubert); 871 St. F l ic6's DaN (Vieuxtem¢s)

Gasotto (rvith l rno) (B acA Krc;;i.ý) Cra;lle. Song (I eesotscit)

(4,nd6lier5 ( with yi.r.n) hr I TraLmerei (Sehuntann) Jan Ruderr ý".

Nolonaise (with l iax-) t Vie n(enips)

968 The Wien Polka (piccolo) (Damars)

. a,h= 'a) Gavotte (with (t) piano? (Rameau) Eli iluds-,1

Andante (with piano) (Rameau)

(77J "II frovatore" Fantasia!,, ith piauo)(V,rdi) SCOTT SKINNER

"La Traviata," Fantasia (with piano;(Verdi)ý

A 137 { \N'iliiam Te11 Fantasia (with piano) (Rrssiai)ý (The Freebooter, 1'ullochgoran, and The F-1-:

tcigoiecto rantasta twttn piano) (t'crar)

"TheDaughter

of the Regiment," Fautasial

A 194 (v:ita piano) (Donieolli)

Martha " Fantasia (with piano) (Flotow)

.1 199

117

.1

Neuk of

"'

Av)a " Fantasia (with piano) (Verdi)

11 Thais " Meth ation (with oiano)(Mnr:eu.f,i

Fife

Cradle Song

Home, Sweet Home, and The Bonnie LasF

Son Accord

Allegory, The Miller o' Hirn, Mackenzie -"

the Auld Wheel

.

i'C:hinsnn Triste (with'pianoo) (Tehathoý---- 1 463 Duat for o,ie Violin

Andsnte Religioso itb piano) (Thome)

The Laird of Drunthlair

--i Il" It 1?6C0,'JS IMOX tl,,:- ietter A in front of Scria I No.

-,)Yds'ha-,ie Orchestral Accompanin.,,ee,?


ax;nc)'je

1

uc)nc

i

ZONOT'HtDNE, DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

STRCOUD HAXTON VIOLIN ? MUSTEL ORGAN

(Sauvenir de Sorrecto (violir., with piano) 'ELSIE SOUTHGATE and her

ý'6 ; Stroud Haxtou

ýanricn

ýlOYö 9 little LUVe, a little rilss (Ju u)

'iillarney (M. Balfe) (an. by A. Wood) Nt;ere my Caravan has rested (Lohr)

Old Rustic Bridge (J. B. Shelly)

1742 Pleading (F. S. Soutkrtte)I

1w^" ýY ^ " ýý ,,,,Lance a 01 cüt r1v0s Sr. a. auu nýu:e)

Barcarolle, from " Tales of

Minuet by Boccherini

liotue, Sweet Home

The Mill Wheel

ribT

Alice,

.,

where art thou?

Come ulce,re my love lies

I to

ýjthtýeDhIlP; V?OLIN, 'CELLO

e

tr-

Hoffmann " ;1786 Love's Garden of Roses (H. Wood)

Sincerity E. Clarke)

(Idas-Ws in de cold, cold ground, anri

4820 ' Folks at Home (Perkins)

1134$}When ' Silver threads aracng the void (N.P. Dj"rks

all was ycung., " Faust " (Goa%:nlj

I 1 The hour is late. " Faust " tGoumod)

PIANO 1880 TEileen Alannah (T$omas)

S HiLarnev(Balje)

4' 1Serenata (°raga) 1911 4Terzetto All bail thou .dwelling, " Fain=t" (Gouno l

Ave Alarm (vounod)

Ii Finale, " Faust " (Gaunod)

Even bravest heart, Fae;t (Gou,mW

[OLIN, FLUTE & HARP 19394 Gentle flowers in the de,".

, "

Yo5 j 'The Poet's Song (" Li Boheme

`Good-bye (To.1i)

641

'The

J Rosary (Nevin)

1Salut d'Amour (Elgar)

") (Puccini)

i 43/The Sleigh Ride :ivt I 1 Students' Revels lwhistlSuu eot

2_ tione

W. Lvntou

FRANCINI TRIO i 66 Merry Timex Poika xyiopboi

The Circus Galop Tubapnooe

.4 34 f Spring Song (-leadelssohn) 239 Dollar Princess " (selection) (fall)

I Autumn The Divorced Rife " (selection) 'Fa Fl;

570 Wasninßtrn Post March (Sousa) Xvlor; ,c

, ca,uade (&hwbert)

ý lnteruiezio (" Cavalleria Rusticana Keepona-Shuffiln'(6ithbeil5) Win, S3L:

(Mascagni)

A 54ýSe:enata (31eszkowski)

Mdme. FR ASSI:T i I

ýCevatiua

I

(Raff)

R2) La Cinquautaiue (Gabriel Marie) ''i 468JShamroek March

I Minuet (Boccherini) ý U.J.A. Patrol

Herd Girl's Drram (with oboe) (A. 5abitaky'

7 Love's Garden (Schumann)(are.

by G. W. Slather)

C`1t)LIN & MUSTEL ORGAN, ý' f The Ladies of Cadiz

tEstudiautina Waltz (Lacombe)

,,',SIE SOUTHGATE and her ZITHER BANJU°

Sister DOROTHY 'ALFRED CAMM?YFF

168 fTiee Lost Cb'rd (Svllir,ao)

OLLY W.-cI:..L "s

Largo Sere ") (1-ilruiel)

1325 fMelody Annie Laurie (Lady Scott)

1365 Hauc:y Juck {Camw,

Eerrease (Jarn s Coward)

Humore,que (Caarn..

13$3

in F (Rubenste-n)

l Sourewbere a voice is calling (Tale)

WHIST

:Intermezzo i:`\

(" Cavalleria Rusticana ')

?525j (r4ascagni) Miss F. BERENS

Ave Maria (Bach-Gouxod) S Jewel Song, " Faust " (whistling

(Barcarolle, from " Tales of Hoffman " 1963

X55; ( (Offenbaeh)ý Polonaise, " Mignon " (wbi9tliag

(,Cron Melodies I L

solo)

(Gouncd)

solo)

(Tkoma,

All 12 -inch

Records have the 'etler A in front of SerialNo.

unless

otherwise stated, all Vocal

.R - : r1ý.

have ',ir.hest,ra; Aý.co;.ý ýatzit ant.


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE -SIDED RECORDS.

DAVID BOYD (Tenor)

43 {rhe Students' Revels (whAtling

Sleigh Ride

solo) W. Lyntoo

Xylophone) ( Your eyes have told-me

j 327{

so (Carr Hardy)

David Boni

u:

41

I wonder if you miss me sometimes (B. ti i:

Harr. a

\.'!;istling Yarn (G. N. Sna:etle)

.º\; .'

DICK DARBY

G,.manon the Telephone

6v pe,m azos and approval of Torn Clare)'1123

0 Willie brew'd a peck o' mau!

840 r The Birks of A6erfeiriv

1129{ R. S. Hugh") David L::z:-JJKgp

(arr. by Dr. D Pi0lisrot) ALss üoQyCOa.! q

Hen Wlad v Meucrt Gwvnion lwit'h oiaooi

11321 (D. E. E: Al

I, Penillioa Singing (wth piano)

Ail

Up in

(i the

-nrl morning early

ý ..ý._iý.ý ....4.

Miss

---

LOUIE

- - ---

BROOKS

--- - - --

(Sonra_:u1

'

When the kye comes harne

1I39 f corn Riggs are Ronnie (w Ab pidao)

1643 f A Broken Doll (Tage)

I The Roses have made me remember (Dare,

Duncan Gcav (with viano) 1689 (God send You back to me (Emmett!

See Vtx 4 Jusos and Quartet 1140 (Gala Water (with pianc) A Rose, a

es, pages 34-°9.

I u, a Ring (AsAton) IFY

L Jolla 1irumhe (wltil piano) 1737 f The 1'isherruald of Old St. dialo (Dumo.

J The Standard Braes o' Mar (with piano) Coma along Fairies (D. Wood)

.t41 ) lowhile(Tate)

Where have Scotland (with piano) (P kher)1789 Noon rlit fu GIr1 Wonderful Boy (Nat D. d " '

lS 3 j :",'d better bide a wee (G(arit-'is) Miss 'L, Brooks and Mr. H.

,. ýl 3 !n wee house (Munro)

. c.. itý.ý. ý...ý_ ....,r n..,._ý.ýý.., w,..._ ýi _a..

Miss AMY AUGARDE

_, ... r;.ir;ty List, page 3.

ice Quartettes, page 38.

SARDSLEY (Tenor)

33fDeath of Nelson (8raham)

}f The Sailor's Grave (Sullivan)

:i 38 seek for thee in every bower (Gans)

't,Ailsa mine (Newton)

THORPE BATES

Sss Celebrity List, Cages 3.

JAMES BELL

Sec Qua: teilet, Paget 36-A,

Miss BODYCOMBE (Welsh

Contralto)

l

See Vocal Duels, pages 34-36. li. IE

..ýlhe.:..,.

yný.u ý.ý.uvr

Willie's Bane to Melville Castle Ai

lit Robert Bv.

A Man's a man for a' that hector

1 March of toe Cameron Men (Ma.y Gan. lE

3O Loch Bruýrn Love Song (tracit oval)

(d7. to3Mxmy F;

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ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

BALLADS, &c. BALLADS, &c.

ý;'SEPH

CHEETHAM (Tenor) SYDNEY COLTHAM-contd.

M 02 iPri>r :nr,c /Mcicf-innrrl I E['nnnLll

,f{

S6 [Because (Guv d'F!ardelet)

Thora (Stephen Adams)

41W If", (Alice, where art thou? (Ascher)

The Garden of Sleep (with piano)Qýrdrae

de Lara

So fare thee well (" Doris (with pinno)(Cellier)

Aneels Guard Thee-" Tocelvn"(with piano

ass EDITH CLEGG (Contralto)' my Own, my Guiding star (with plan-)

A 224 (MarFsnen)

277 fThe Dear Homeland (Walter Slaughter) [Come to me now.-..v own(with

JA 233 f Farewell, Mignon-" Mignon " (Thomas)

niano)(Byng)

ý1v Ain Folk (Lemon)

312 3

(Then shall the righteous-° Elijah "

f Cood-bye

Violets (Ellen lrighl)

1

(Tos U)

I A 229 (Mendelssohn)

If with all your Hearts-- Elijah '

(Mendelssokn)

Romance-" Mignon " (Thomas)

Be Thou Faithful-" St. Paul "

(Mendelssohn )

My Hope is in the Everlasting-" Daughter

of Jairus " (Stainer)

Army and Navy (S. Coltbam and G. E. CLIFFORD

See Co!ewfy List, ¢age S.

See Quartettes, page 37.

k'YDfiEY

COLTHAM (Tenor}!

Parker)

(T. Cooke)

(a) A Birthday; (b) Hence away, begone

(with piaeo) (Willie B. Munson)

The Shades of Evening close around (with

(Gounod; lA 249 { piano) (Clay)

Ah, Moon of my delight (with piano) i When the World's a Garden again (with

137 (Liza Lehmann ` piano) (Lohr)

0, vision entrancing (with piano) 11202 f At dawning (with piano) (G. W. Cadman.)

(A. Gorine Thomas 5 For you alone lwith ýianol (Fl. E. Geehll

p 143 f Bella Marquise (witb riäno) (Berxiard Ro1t)ý: e Where ew caravan has rested 6v.th piano)

Gentle Zephyrs, (with piano) (.4. Jensen) !1223 (Loh,

. SO Nirvana (with piano) (Slrb.hee Adams) Lorraine (with piano) (W. Sanderson)

Lolita (with piano) (Busei Peoria) I I hear a thrush at eve (with piano) (Cadman:)

i59 Sty Rose o` Lorraine (with piano) (Ciutsam' 1247 Love, you have made me a garden (with

She is for from the land with piano)(Lamtert)I piano) (Thompson)

143_ Margarita (with piano) (Loh,) I know of two bright eyes (with piano)

' the Willow (with piano) (G. Thomas) 11264 (G. H. Clutsa:x,

17?ýA little love,a little kiss (with piano)tSilesn) Rosebud (with piano) (Drummond)

My Queen (with piano) (Blumenthal) '1281 Blue skies of Bredon'(with piano) (Ashkfr,

The Song cf Songs (with piano) (Novo) When shadows gather (with piano;" (Marshal!)

li(s The Snowy Breasted rear) (with piano) (eon with piano) (H. T. Rt.+kigi)

' (Rsbiosor,14293 Dear Love, renieniber roe C. i.larshoY'

Evening Song (with

180An

piano) (Bhtmtntbal i' Ernest

< A Sprig of R anmary (with piano) '.1305 Ninetta (with piano) (A. H. Bvewcr)

(Eduard German) I L)nti) (with pian)) (11'. Sanderson)

;tr lASjComtort

ve (" Messiah ") (Handei) 1317 f Before you came (with piano) J. Hann

t every Valley t" Messiah ") (Flannel)

190 lAnnie Afton Water (with piano) (A. Hume) 1356

4

Lanr`e (with piano) (Lady Sco/l)

I% 193 Beloved, it is Morn !(with piano) (Aylward) X1375

The one of air. the world (with piano) (Lohrl

Sn7I ove. here is my Heart (with piano) (Si.'esu)'11398

Mira of my Heart (with piano) (Thomtson)!,

i Love in her eyes ((" Acis and Galatea ") '1399

2027 (Handel)i

1 Where'er con craft: "/ Semele "1 /Nmýde[lý

rlý" 3O& How lovely are Thv dwellings (with pion,

; "I've Sand,'o' Dee (C12)

ßj1413

ý Mary of Allendale (Hcuk)

JA 243

and organ) (S. Liddle)

There is a green hill (with piano and orgln)I

Little Bunch of HeatherTwith p wo) (0

Sleep and the Fuses (with piano) (A. F.

Tired Hand (v"lh piano) (Sanderson)

Sweet Vale ý1 Doona (with piano) (Oliver)

Thy dear voice calls ute (with piano) (Slater)

Fall In ! (with piano)

The Flag that never comes down Harr-

Our Island 1{eme (with piano)

The Drummer of the 43rd (with piano)

The womenwho Flay at home (with pram)

(Trelwe'1,

Soldier, Soldier (w!tb piano) (Talbot)

All 12

-inch

Record:, have the lette- A in front 3f Serial No.

lesr otherwise x+a-ed, o-xli focal R,-;,ords have Orchestral Acro7wPaniEen.

a9 ;'3


ZONOPIIONE DOUBLE

..SIDED

RECORDS.

BALLADS, &c. BALLADS, &c.

SYDNEY COLTHAM-contd.

I SYDNEY COLTHAM--contd:

1900 The distant shore (with piano) (Sullivan)

1426 f In a Cornish kitchen (with piano) (Dale) I d The world that i build for you (with piano

Fa:r is the Rose (with piano) (Noel Johnson!; ((V. Gwdon)

1440J 0 dower Divine (with piano) (Haydn 14cod)j1917 Bid me Gcod-bye (Ti.;ii)

cerRnara lwith niannl lPercv Go2fitvl I 1 Fo.1ow the Golden Star fwitn ptarot t"tra>.

1453 1 made tbee mine (with piano) (Austin) 11928 f Song of all the Ages (with piano) (Squini

'Th. little Preen gown (with nianol fAshle h)" 1 Some Uav (We(ingS)

1464 Tn Devon's garden (wits piaco) (fiuilak_) Red Rose (', lions. Beavcaixe ") (dfessnga;

One day (with piano) (Stephen Adams) 194,3j Honor and Lcve (" Mons. neauca- ý

1477 The garden of your heart (with piano) (Porei)ý1954

Good-bye, Sweetheart, Good-bye (I1

Megan (with

a4on

piano) (..ovello)

_-._,. ,..,. _._...., v n,:.,.., l Now sleeps the Crimson Petal (Quiller)

en' `

c 1O°r ` " Y'°° ý' See Vocal Duels, pages 3537"

1489 The hanted glade ( with piano)

ILois Ea.ketll TS A TLTICDT L`V !?T A W i7F_

I500JA Song of Sleep (with piano) (SOnierset) nA I r1 La%LL x aa.u

ývaJC

Dear, in your eyes (with piano) (Glynn) (counter - i enor,

Roses of a Summer Day (with piano) 1559 Oft in the Stilly Night (Moms)

(Percy Elliott)

Silent O'Moyle (Moore)

if thou wert blind (with piano) (Noel fohnson)J1574

The bonnie banks o' Loch Lomond

A dream iwith piano) (Bartlett)

I

Come and see the rows (with piano) (K,ahn)

Robin Adair

1600 Chiming bells

Down in the Forest (with

of

piano)(Landow

Ronoid)

Golden Bird (with piano) (Haydn Wood'

Melisande in the wood (wich piano) (Goetz;,

long ago (Shattuck)

Cbime again, beautiful bells (Bishop)

L615 f White Wings (B. IYinfer)

t Little Sweetheart

,come and kiss me(Bsockv,,

A Memory (with piano) (Park)

To Mary (with piano) (Maude Valerie White)

Ireland, you're calling me (with piano)

- - - (Kingston -Stt:aart)1 r..,:H, r-,.e7

A perfect day (with piano) (C.-Jacobs -ßond)1b74 j

True asýtheýStars ythat are Shining

(with

The love-light in your eyes (with !

piano)

(Dankley)l

chorus)

(ßrockw:c.)

Dreaming

_.,_____.,. ý.._ ý.__, ic........i

of Home and Mother (with The Song that reacbed my beast (with cnor.

(J. Jord::j

Won't you buy my pretty flowers (ßi!:!

horus)

(G W. týess: ý r l

.

chorL

Tl.e c,,...a,.- ý1705 ý U. tý. usa:r-rý

... ....... F.nc II / Anul I

0 1ýv. a , There's

Coming Home (Wiiteby)

no one like Mother to nie (n ith eher

Love's own Garden (Layne) X733

Pretty Pond Lilies

Do you Remember? (with piano) (H. Wood),'

with chorus) (Nall)

Roses

Heart o' Mine (ceitb piano) (Clegg)

underneath the Snow (H. P. Darks,

Our Hands have

1719 f Moily Dear (with piano) (Monk Gould)

met (with chorus) (Wai a

)_A Melody of Home (with piano) (Stephensm)

Mother is my Sweetheart (with chorus:

I Afennc67a (with ..ýý.ý.,ý t i/ac Lru.rsnun$1

17464 Love, Love, what wilt thou with this Heart of 1763

}Parted Mine? (with piano) (I{'itie E. Manson)

(with piano) (Tosti)

1739{ If 1 might only come to you (with piano)

(Squire)Il779

The Green Hills o' Somerset (with piano) I

1774 {(l

(Eric Ccates)I

It is ,nly a tiny Garden (with piano)(H li" ood):1793

1790 !A. Woodfoide Finden) Mo;'ie Darling (with chorus) (Haysl

Gut of the Past (with piano) (Marshall)

,1853 Rosalie, the 0 Flower of all the World (withpiare)

prairie flower (with cuorusl

1807JThe greater love (with piano) (N. Ellis)

Waltrog (with piano; L. 1

. Grote)

Who's dät calling .o sweet (with chozc>

IBct+;le^i and 51ogr'e4,

Welcome Home (with chorus., (E. St. Oaccý:.,. j

Hard times come again no more (with chcrr

Where the Rippling Waters flow (with chor :-)

You and

The Dawn with piano; (G. D'Hardelot)

Maire my Girl (with piano) (Aitken)

Our little Home (with piano' (L. Coates)

Dolly O'Dean (with oiano) (L. Ronald)

Roses of Picariv (with loyal Cremona

Orchestra and Piano) (Haydn Hood)

Genevieve (with Royal Cremona Grcbestra

and Piano (Tvu,6er)

1869 f Spul of Spring (with piano) (Philips)

Asra (with piano) (Ne.rton)

1886ILittle World of Gladness (Vernon Sharpe)

LTh;nk teaderly of me (H. B. Powers)

I (with chorus) (Claribel)

in the Gloaming with chortu) (Lady A. Hihi

Dream Faces (with chorus) (Hatchtso%o

My fiddle 1. my sweetheart {with cborusl

Give me your answer, dear, before 1 go (v

chorus)

(n

Slumberlaud (Hush-a-Bye; (with chorus:

1918 (Uap$ne Hopi

Ivly heart's best love (-with chorus)

1914 Till we meet again (A

.

If itirgi

When love peeps in the a ie .ow (Bennett Scott'

( Hush-a bye (Missotli Wattz)

1955) (F. Knieht iaer

LGates of Gladness (Cunsutpham and x::

All 12 -inch Records have the letter A in front of Serial No.

Unless otherwise stated, all Vocal Records have Orchestral Accompanimen.

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ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

BALLADS, &c.

Miss DORIS COWAN (Soprano)

All 12 -inch Records

BALLADS, &c.

PETER DAWSON-contd.

(Sunshine and roses (wetb piano)

lýlb { !E. Van A lstyne)l 517f Wrap me up in my old Stable Jacket (Symons)

Roseway (" Are you there?") (Leo)xarallo) 1The place where the old horse died (Meivetiel

Mis, Bessie Jones 518/The Powder Monkey (with piano)

See Vocal Duets, pages 35-37.

BEVERLEY CURTIS (Baritone), (Tý ýZl

e ?Ailtette, Wheel (quaz with harp)

521

_ý .. .. _ ,.,

f TO Fisherman and his Child (quartette)

The Admirat's broom (ueran) - (ll'kite)

SOf A Sergeant of the Line (Squire)

573 The Veteran's Song (Adams)

Stanley Kirkby

The Yeomen of England (German)

588 Young Tom o' Devon (Russell)

ALAN DALE (Baritone) Glorious Devon ;German)

1 599 Home, Boys, Home

2f The Volunteer Organist (Lamb)

Killarney (Balfe) Andrew Sharpley, 601

614

EDWARD DAVIES 630

Bugeilio'r Gwenith Gwyn (with piano)

(D. Evans);

683

:`r Hen Gerddor (The old Minstrel) (withl722

piano) (P. Evans) Annie Reed

Dafydd y Garreg Wen (with piano)

(J. H. Roberts)' 742

Hen Ffon fy Nain (with piano) (E. Romlard)j

c.ýy.w ... r r43

1131

(B. Richards)i

ýY Deryn Pur (with piano) (J. H. Roberts)l804

PETER DAWSON (Baritone) 852

Out on the Deep (Lohr)

866

The Bay of Biscay (Davy)

The ße)tringer (M. V. Wallace) 878

The Village Blacksmith (W. Ii. Wttiit)

A 128 'Land

of Delight (W. Sanderson)

Up from Somerset (IV. Sanderson)

A134 When my ships come sailing home (F. Datel)

Parted (Tosti)

II The Erl King (with piano) (Schubert)

A t46{ Thefwo Grenadiers (with piano)

(Robert Sehunfann)

i Song of

All 14.il Triumphthnn

del lll,nre.

A1661

Faust" (with

piano) (Gounod)

--- J. Äi,iop11023

the Tar's tareweu (daams)

519 Bedouiu Love Song (Pinsufi)

The Bandolero (Stuart;

The Veteran's Song (Adams)

The Yeomen of England (German)

Young Tom o' Devon (Russell)

Glorious Devon (German)

Long !ive the King !

A Son of the Desert an I (Phillips)

The Monarch of the Woods (Ciierry)

Drake goes West (Sanderson)

Rolling Pawn to Rio (German)

Calvary (Rodney)

There is a Green Hill (Goenod)

Oh ! Oh ! Hear the wild winds blow (Mattel)

The Storm Fiend (Roeckel)

Many Happy Returns of the Day (Blockky)

The Vacant Chair (Root)

The Skipper (JuJel

The Bell at Sea (Adams)

Consider the Lilies (with chorus)Peter

Dawson

The Song of the Angels (with chorus) (Hodron)

Harold Wilde

The Windmill (Nelson)

The Farmer's Pride (Russell)

The Arrow and the Song (Balfe)

Droop not, young Lover (Handel)

A Hundred Fathoms Deep (Shattuck)

A Mighty Deep (Jude)

Queen of My Heart (Alfred Collier)

A Soldier's Song (Afascherees)

The Lowland Sea (The Golden Vanity)

(an. by Branscombe)

When the Ebbtide flows (Shanley Gordon)

The Border Ballad (Cowen)

Mandalay (li siieby)

The Drum Major (E. Newton)

Lanagan's Log (Hermann Lohr)

The Admiral's Y'ru (P. A. Rubens)

The Floral Dance (Katie Afcss)

Little Grey Home in the West (Hermann Lokr)

The Watchman (with piano) (Squire)

Sir Dare (F. Dale)

A 2305 The Armourer's Gift (with piano)

11047 Ben the Bo'sun (S. Adams)

(Ed.ie do-Bans)

A 238 f

11054 The Bo s,n's

The Lute Player (with piano) (Allitscn)

LThe Requital with piano) (Blumenthal)

R11 Mad I passing hence (Sullivan) 1(193

Lead Kindly Light (Purdsi (

5112J A ;ovial Mock äm I(Av.ifan) 11203

I

5133

am a Friar of Orders Grey (Reeve)

Sailing (Ma,As)

They all love Jack (Adams)

Down among the dead men (Phipps)

I be W. If

The West's Asleep

Memory of the Dead (Joknton)

$IG The Singer was Irish

A Nation once again

Lament (W. 11. Squire)

A Diuder Courtship (Coate;)

The Blue Dragoons (Russell)

Hear the bugles c,'Lng (G. Kahn)

The bi' bass drum. (Mortimer)

When you come home (W. H. Squire

The Sentinel (" Oliver)

Lads o' Devon R. Lougk6oroug7;)

Shipmates o' mine (1V. Sandc'sei )

Through the sunrise (G. Nutting)

Frien9 o mine (Sanderson)

I ( Lacxaaay (trom -- t,avotte songs ') (wtta

11282 j piano) (E. CramQlon)

]'he oid flagged path (from " ;J he Little Whi

bTousa "--Song Cycie) ude Arundsle)

have the letter A in front of Serial No.


Z()NC)PIiDNE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

BALLADS, &c.

PETER DAWSON--contd.

BALLADS, &c.

Madame DEERING-continued

'

(Friend {Glary Novelle Davies) r'n":__

1294{ Soldier I What of the night t (with piano) h "` 1 1 - - l - , "

7 e . _ ,;_,

a

473 When the roirins nest again in

(

(with ftste

}.ý,._

_..,...,......,. .,... n.._,ý_ ,...`ýý:

"'I l obbligatc)

i,_ýo oyo uý.,oaw "' -""Y ýraýu _..._._,

l3U6

y.eýi I 571 In a child's small hand (Cecil Engle'nardlj

j (Is. Kemble I':-- ., i..,; r e ii; ( Corporal Alike (with piano) (Sterndrle Bennatt) ..

Alas ! those Chimes . Maritana '

!.ells) (6Va!lace)

1O`o` rz. 4i1 Bacio (with piano) (.4rditi)

A Sailor's

.P3rad;se (with niano}(D. Richards)

Contrabaaý.;

ý

,with piano) A. Grehl)

aoA j ý°ýe' " a land (Alütssn). Mme.^Deei rý.,e

13451 Jonathan Jones T

with piano) -iano)

p (Pau: Rubens) bü iss Bessie Jcl..es

176f Devon for me (with piano) (G. Kahn) -!, See Ceiebeity List, page a.

Caaway, awake, _

beloved (,vith piano) (Cowen) See Vccat Duets and Quaftagt


ZOrOý@O&E n02BIý .SIbED RýCOROS.

CRATI4 GERMAINE (Tenor)ýSAMUEL HEMPSALL (Tenor)

My Queen (Blamentkai) Horatio Germaine, f jILend Lead me your a d (" Irene ") (G:++rnnd)

7? Lend me your aid ('-Irene ") (Gounod) IA 13 Hempsa

Samuel Hempsalli My Qucei: ($'.unenthal) Horatio Germain

(;:?NLA.IS GIBBS (Tenor)

=a '.emember me no more (Robinson)

ý:_:cse of my hear: (Lohr)

53ý Once -again (Sullivan)

c...,.___.

n!eep, my love, Jlelp ýuw...wn/

in Sympathy (Ltoni)

66 JSi'.ver Moon (Stephe% Adams)

Maid of Malabar (Adams)

7a: 'The Last Watch (Nnsuti)

1." or all Eterfiity (Mascheroni)

ac .a VrüX AlXVLAU


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED

Madame ELEANOR

JONES

Venus Waltz -HUDSON-contd.

"Ob ! Oh ! Delphine" (Caryl!)

1032 The Wedding Bell Princess Caprice "

(Leo. Fall)

1374fGod's Garden (with organ) (F. Lambent)

The Isle of Promise (with chorus) (Sud(an)

Two troubled eyes (with piano) (P. Elliott)

1452 'Arne. Eleanor Jones-Hudson

Such a Happy World (with piano) (May

ins3n) Mh3 Bessie Jones

see Vecai Duets, pages 3>36.

OLGA, ELGAR & ELI HUDSON

Lo ! here the gentle Lark (soprano solo, with

469 obbligato for BALLADS, &r.

STANLEY KIRKBY (Baritone)

Goritinucd.

893 f Let Erin remember (Bloom)

Wearing of the Green (arr. by T. E.;

91S The Don vans (Needham)

Bantry Bay (Mohov)

!1006 Ballvhooley (Robert Martin)

Xillaloe (Robert Martin)

'Tis a story that shall live for ever

11050 (Pelham ry K'r:,

1 P. urifkh rn,r6 n.w F. W,t. hr1

lO9l

two flutes( (Bishop)

Olga, Elgar & Eli Hudson

Home, Sweet Home (Bishop) Mine. Deering

Madame ELEANOR JONES

(Welsh Soprano)

357 f Llam y Cariadan

iO Na Byedai hat o byd (with pint")

J My Irish Maggie (_Vinnie Prnten)

Sing us a Song of Bonnie Scotland (B. Sc

High 0 ! (Brown)

heigh O ! tau't you hear the steamer ?(Gnd;-s

I do like you, Susie (Murphy & David)

Ragtime Cowboy Joe (Muir & Abraham..

As I listen to the organ play (Neat

1193{ We miss her most at Xmas time

vonelly-h f'_:

You're a great big blue-eyed baby

Good-bye, Summer (So long, Fall)

1/ýL. ý..n. .n...,i nn !14eý..:. MýýL.ný:.

1276 '~-~'-'~^~ zt ;; x°ý

Miss BESSIE JONES (Soprano)

1222 Bird of Love Divine (with piano)(Havanü'oot1)

{Fairy Pipers (with piano) (B+eyerl

Roseway (" Are you there? '') (Leoncavallo)

Miss Bessie Jones

Sunshine and Roses (with piano) (F. Van

Alsiyr,t) Miss Doris Cowan

Your King and Country want you (with

piano) (Paul Rubens) Miss Fessic Jones

There's a Land (Aliitsen) Mme. Deering

Such a Happy World (with piano) (Afay

Winson) Miss Bessie Jones

Two troubled eyes (with piano) (P. Elliott)

Mine. E:eanor Jones-Hudson

1599 {All

f A Dream of Delight (Horalio Niche ts)

the while I.H. Darezvski?

See Vocal Duets, pages 84-86.

BALLADS, &c.

STANLEY KIRKBY (Baritone)

fl

342

don't mind leaving the Dear Hometand

(Mello' & Gifford)

Don't go down in the mine Dad (Gelder)

{ Nobody Knows, Nobody Cares (Harris)

364-) Stanley Kirkoy

Beautiful Garden of Roses (Schmid)P.

Maxwell

374fStonecracker John (Coates)

Chorus, Ge"tlemen I (Loin)

(A Sergeant of tta Line (Squire)

501-) Stanley Kirkby

lThe Admiral's Broom (Bevan) Beverley Curtis

502 rSing me to Sleep (with bells) 1Eduin Greene)

5> Whisper and I shall hear (wich bells)

503 Always

Astb,re (TroterS)

505 Silver l:cll (Wenrich)

Mr. Owl (Lawrerue)

ýanay noy tn. r.ymr

1324f Righ t away I we're on our holiday (Dareu s

Now are we all hcre? (Darewski)

(I will wear your Rosary, Ma". suneen

1332{ (H. Darrel;

I Take me back to the home of mp chiidb

_Sons of Austsalia(McGknnon) Stanley

1442 }Advance, Australia fair (A mucus)

Orpheus Quarte. re

Australia will be there (For Auld Lang Sy_

L465 j (Skipper Framis) Stanley Km'

The Landing of the Australian Troops

Egypt Descrip: ý

rlaniygan's Flying Machine (with piano!

1695 j

(Fre+u:h and Colüss

Maguire's Motor-bike (with piano)

l_ ;French and Goihss

See Vicea! Duets and Quar:'ites, pages 34.39

BALLADS, &c.

Miss WINIFRED LEWIS

(Welsh Contralto)

(Nierch y Melinydd (with piano) (B. Richa-.

1128{ Winifred Lr ;

I Pa Le Ma'er Amen (with piano) A. P!asi -

David Brace!

Miss MARY LOVEDAY

See Vocal Ducts, pages 34-36.

JOSEPH LYCETT (Bass)

279 f Anchored (Watson)

Three for jack ({V. H. Squire)

Miss McCARTHY

See Vocal Ducts, pages 34-36.

All 12 -inch Records have the letter A in front of Serial No.

Unless otherusse stated, all Vocal Records have Orchestral Accompaniv ea',

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ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

J. B. MACKLANE (Tenor) Miss VIOLET OPPENSHAW cont.

108 Afton Water A 133f The Bells at Lee (Adonis)

The Bonny Lass o' Ballochmyle (jaehs-,va ), Waiting ( iVynnc))

1091 Star o' Robbie Eisens (J. t octh) i f Christina's Lament (Deren.

Hurrah for the Highlands A 14-0 She wandered dawn the. mountain side

110 ue Lea Rig (F. Reif) ;with piano and violin, (F. Clay)

The re far, far awa' f A Summer Night with piano and 'cello

11i The Laird o' Cock-pea A 153J obbligato) (Goring Thomas)

1- 1_a

_e s:"s o' Gowrie tierenata (Angels' Serenade) (with piano

and cello obbligato) (Braga)

P. MAXWELL (Baritone)

Ombra mai fu (known as Handel's

Beautiful Garden of Roses (Schmid) " Largo Seise ") with organ and

364 P. Maxwell A 170 piano (Handel)

i Nobody Knows, Nobody Cares (Harnis) Clre faro senza Euridice (Oleo ed Euridice

bu/ Veteran's Song (Adams) Loving smile Of Sister kind- ' Fan:

The Song of Old Lang Syne.A 215 (Gýruaodj

wee vocaý suers, pages o3.00. 1 Oh ! my Lisbon, thou deare._t, tauest--

Miss

ELIZABETH NEWBOLI3;A 225 The Bandolero (L. Stoa..)

Thor_'rt (Soprano) passing hence (Sullit'sn)

See Celebrity List, page 4. 1,4234 the Village B:-cksos(44etss)

The Floral Dance (3fos)

iA 244 Bedouiu Love Song 1 Pieisuti)

ALFRED NEWMAN (Baritone)! The Trumpeter (Dit)

r n , ar-r.oý -ith .,.,-) ( e, la She alone cLarrueth my Sadness-" Irene

1357{ };'hen love sleeps (with piano) A 250 ; (Gounod

(F 4e la Touche)I From Fair Provence-" Di Pr senza " "La

13fi9 (Snne nf thr. Coa lo:;th niannl lNcGlennnnl I I lravla[a "t veras7

l One United Front ;wits pisarýj (Eradwellj

ý1£r69 1Vhen the great red dawn is shining (Sharpe)

1492f"Baraicoatbe Fair (wih piano)

c" to the Stoker (Arun:aic)

-ISrsau (with piano) (IV. H. Squire) ,Russell) 1887 ___lHats the Cornpany ergeant malor 1. artadrscn)

The Gay CavaliSer (Breville S.mi,:ct

ANDERSON NICOL

(Tenor)

1946 Colleen Pawn

1The beat (Her,..diu;

o' the Drum (Si:n `-son)

701 r Annie's Tryst (Swinton) See IYsca1 Duets, pa;es 35-37.

0h, open the door

702}, am ye by Athol HERBERT PAYNE (Tenor)

,Memories Dear (Gleaihili) 385 1Tbe Toilers

7113 (PiccoJomiorr)

j0 s:ng to me the auld Scotch sags (Leeson) 5 F?-.FC of the Mine (Guides)

The Hundred Pipers By the Light of tbe'SiIve-v Moon (Edwards

836}Bonnie Dundee (Rimbault) 387 H. Pavne & quartette

l mere was a saa vorn m nyse (n+sonym ssj

___

, i We don't want a Giri ( Letters)

867f Flora Macdonald's Lau ent (Grew) H. Payne R H. Pay

ý7_l:e Plotters o' the Fores: (Goci:5urn 410 11'edding Bells (with bells) (Bemait Stott;

aaa j My Nannie's awa' (Anonvnsous) Ring m,-- up' heaven

The nameless lassie (Mackenzie) 474 When the Mocking Bids a:e Singing

Draw the Sword, Scotian,] (with piano) " When the Blue Buis

113ýG,c

nest again

(G. H. R dwell) 475ýBea,itiful Birds, Sing On (with whistling)

The Thistle of Scotland (with piano) Rohin and the Wren (with whistling)

brrag to nie a pint o' wine (with piano)' ( Ring down he Certain (with bells)

1137{ Jessie, the Flower o' Dunblane (with piano) 4764 Gm n: a ticket to Heiven

jSmilh) `` {Denharn Harrisosr

IIe ye Mind o' Lang Lang Syun (with pia,,ý) 477 rTUe Blind Bov (Mason)

aaa8j

(Kcv. U. Y. .KanRtou),,The Light of llac (:',tirtin)

(Jess - Macfarlane

- - _

,with piano) 478 A Boys IB(:,t F! lend is his Mother (SkeWy)

Where is by wandering boy to-night

Miss VI(IJ.FT (IPPF.NCFIAW f In my Aeroplane for two

( l:OIIIraito j ! Redwine (Kcrrv dl4lls)

A'3f1)-Golden Dawn (E/.nydn Y+ioo2) 480] won't yea corn to ripe in C-ada? (Nc.t:

ýTbe'Vaiiey by the Sea (S. Adams) lSwcet Adeime. (Arn;_.trong)

All 12-inch

Records have the letter A in front of Serial No,


2OivOPi1flNE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

HERBERT PAYNE-continued

i

BALLADS, &c..

HERBERT PAYNE-continued

( And s little child shall lead them (I?arrisl ' -

481j There is a Mothef always watt: " for you at 1359 jPe; o my Heart (Fischer)

t, Home,

.s act Home - When youre away

l piano) (Grant)

(If I had the World to eire You ( Farewell, Isabeilo (with chorus)

482 j Hayden Chrenden1113891 (N:uereeres, Colliýu E S1'reýiýI)


It the World were mine to rive (7e,ore) I in n-ar o:a ::omany (wan cone es;

The Mountains of Mourne (French & (uilison)l } ss nen toe Angelus is ringing (with cnoni0

..e:ur :,rac twno auartettei i t=.ý-a.ý,ý,ý;,,,ý"rx.,,t","Iwc-iuIx,..-.,_;

486 f God bless uiv dear cid Mother (with auartette); I Inc SUnbhine of your Stine (with cnorI

I Kiss me 1Vlothes, ere I die (wi:i '11423j

quartette)

(Lilian

574 f The Soldiers of the King (Leslie Stuart) The Eves are the Windows of the Soul (weir

Private To!nmy Atkins (Putter) cLorus) (E. TIiller)

I I'm thinkiae of vou. nunnie Marv ;1441 J we're really proud of you SZulneta)

1r_aem LrL'uofiI \i ," ,°nnc n u,a u, ev-y cn.c - yvu .,r. ` - ' ý _^ - ^ `,"_^''ý_~_ý'--~--',^"

.,

Wer:dir_g Bells are ringing for Sammy I I Snow rue the way to your heart (with ch' 1

(Bernet[ Scott)t466 (Ali ti & J,,

The :.:rgic of your voice (Handy) Take me back to your heart (with chor:a)

A Collier's Cbitd lG 'desl tGo:1,`re4 & il'rirht;

You were coining throe¢h-tie corn. Mo11vl

8771 dear (alellor, La;ererzce 6, Giffo.d)

, Kitty de:ý- 935

;Pcricmel Langley)

-%foor.lil;ht Bay (1[ enr ch

Nora Malopa !vor: Tilxer)

11941

My heart is with you to-uiyht

! N+ý!s Bennet. SCOU' 1515

Good-bye, Virginia (Sc}-arts)

The wee little house that you live in

(34ellor, Gifford & Godfrc_.')

Our Glorious Empire (with chorus) (Locksle,)

When it's app!c-blossom time in Normarcy

(with chorus) (dfel:ot, Giffutd & Ttevai)

Soaieborlp know-, somebody cares (Daics:S.

I When we went to school together I LX esperBe%(with chorus) (Uaresski)

ý_ (Schaller & llan!ague;j._., Sweet Alen (with chorus) Mr. Peter Dawý "

j Take ms in ";our

1J 1 j (J. R.Johsson)

arm; lud sav von love mali,'jlo(

HcrLirt Payne!

Don't tell Bother (with chorus)

Mr. Herbert Pe:

Row, Row, Row (Monaco) i Settle down in a cne.-bcrse town (from "R':.ß'1

harry Fay & lack }lent'! 1 your Step (Ber Gin}

The Trail of the Loneaotre Pine 1L1533j They didn't believe e e (from " TnnigM's tLe

10921 ;H_ Ca-ný[I Rerlin)I 1 Nieht " (Kern)

When I lust you (If. cartssa ý

Geriin)

§lis= i)o11v Garrick & Mr. Prank ßu; :

When love crerps in your heart with chorasý__ Sprinkle me with kisses (" Shall Out " He,,ce

1119{ and orchestra) (B. Sccil) i 1544 13x11)

Conie b.ck to Inc (with chorus andorches_ra) My Bird of Paradise (J. Berlin)

(i laoell Hayward 1545 J We must all fall in (Bennett & Scott)

I do love Q1V Orauae Girl ;Trevor & Mellor)'' )_Isle o' Dreams (Graff & Ulcott)

1132 When the Cüristrnaa Bell, are rn g ng

(Till the boys come home (keep the home firr:,

(i enter & rrevor) 1546 ' burning) (Ncveilo)

My Iirtle Persian Pose (A. Friediand) When the war is over, Mother dear (B. Sco1!)

1198(You made me roe you (J. V.:1Lr,;tcu) Kentucky Home (We'll have a jubilee; ab

(Jessic 3ames)I,1562 ehsrus) (Doealdson)

1 Someday (Sometime. Smntwhere. Someday'j j You were the Erst one to teach me to lo,:

1204j (withehorvas) (Giff'rli, Godf.ey & W'nehi)[ (G,ýdlrey, TI'ahlev ý B. ý,:ý.r

I Irrt cornice back to Bonnie Scotland (a"ithý PorKillarnevandYou(withchorus)(Teee,,:

chorus) (Trevor & IS right) 1577 That's the song of songs for me with rho,-..::I

(°June (with ehorns) (ei. Bslarcin Sloane) (Jsh°f

zzwvj .ý.^ mat's now i need you ýwut chorus)

___ I nomcwnere in rrance, near mother i,e

(Piantadosi)1.57$ chorus) {.4, le (;lerq)

Wonderful rose of love (with chorus and piano) Down in Baru-bom"bav (Carroll

1307 (Benreü Sena;' When the ninon shin,,s right on Ch: ri'g'

If I could only make you Care (with choru,)'15911 Chaplin) (Mare) 11i1 )

and piano) (-I,lunidt) j When the KiltieLads mine home (w"i'

I qty beautiful G,isha Girl (with ci,(,rus and' L chorus) (Ecllut. & L, Wright')

1319j piano) (7ýmMellor & Hha.He-y T>etnr)

a th:;t's bu,ning iQ the c,inl;

I I always kn, v., lh, girl !'d !ove with cLnrusloUZt _(I:jrr^'s iWit chorus; .light it'cckl

and piano) (Gen. Ghrislie y Br¢naon 11 Ash) 196en you wore

a tulip and I wore a big r

( I'd like to be a hero too (H. E. Petherý rose (with chorus) l It o Bich)

1331 Make me the tang of your heart (with choru, 1603]Drearutime and You (i(oratio Nicholls)

and piano) (II. E. liarerski) Bad as you are, I ?nee you (Goldbure)

II Jaaare e 1Sý.ttle' y Land (with cjoru and ( You Can have an Irish name ,with cents

1347) piano) !JIes. Mutheu}

ILaa"renre Irrer

_

,1617{

I When L-i.,h Eyes tre smiting (with chorus and I My heart is calling you (with chorus)

piarj,,) ý E. R. Ball) Lawrence Wtij,ý ;

All 12 -inch Records have the letter A in front of Serial No.

Unless otherwise stated, all Yccal Records have Orchestral Accompaniment


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

"5l?Arizona, (with chorus) (1f Gideon) Carry on, \iade:on (with chorus)

Roberts)

}aty own ioiý.rt (with churns) (A. Fried land) 11947 Hindustan (with chorus) (Wallace & Weeks)

Babc ( at 1). Aber) Singapore (with chorus) (Friedlaedi

In m, dear old Hometown (with chorus) Back:rom the land of Yesterday (with chores)

(G. MacCarthy) E948ý (Nicholls)

1 Hoola Boola Lou (with chorus) I 1 When I dream of old Erin (with c;".orus)

(Bunart and Gils Rice) ( (Friedman

i I can bear the Ukuleles calling me (wit:r! Chat old fashioned Mother of Mine (Nickolas)

chorus) (Herman I airy)'I957 Panama (Hmr"nrd Flinn)

( Hawaiian Butterfly (with Chorus) (Basketfe'1958 For you a rose, for sn a Memory (Nicholls)

and Santlev) `Take me back (M.!colm)

ö'}3% A ring and a sprig of white heather (with See Vocal Duets and Quartettes, pages 3S-40.

Chorus) (If. E. Yeiher)

When the Bells of Peace are ringing (eh"I BRIDGE PETERS (Bass)

809. Chorus) (P. J. Wiison) 362 Racke l in the rradls o' the D.e (iinigkt)

All the w,,rld will be jealous {The

of me (with,

Diver (Lodr'rI

Chorus) (F_. R. Bela ERNEST PIKE (Tenor)

Down '[eras wý'a' (Goifrey, Mills and Sc,)W

You remember place calved " home "1A 12j Sonte,rbere (Harris)

(with chorus) (Mills, Lone and Scott) lTo the End of the World with You

Samoa (with Chorus) (H. K. Afohr, ( I loved you more than I knee- (Ketc!by) (Vocal

ßlß{ I ne, er knew I loved von till I said good-byelA 631 arr. of " The I Sautoru Melody ")

(with chorus' (Vat D. Aycr) Ernest Pike

Firnt love, lut love, best love, " Bing Boys "+ The Phantom Melody t'cello) (Ketelby)

(Nal D.Ayer) Freda Fairchild & H. Payne, P. Nifo

Collage"Dovn; ' Bing Boys on ßrn.,dway "! 4S, Alice, where art thou? (Ascher)

(Nat D. 1yer) Barbar, Allen

All 12

-inch

Records have the letter A in front of Serial No.

tl!:.ss otherwise

.stated,

all Vocal Records have Orchestral

.lccolnpamitnent.


ZONOPTIONE DOUBLE -SIDED

RECORDS.

BALLADS, &c. ! BALLADS, &c.

ERNEST

485II3_v the Ponrt:,iQ

PIKE--continued

(.4 da,r.;)

f

ERNEST

( I..,n " ..n'. rl.o

PIKE-continued

i'..1-.1_ I I U i/-.Ie.,...

1 Down ttm Vale (Moir, b .. .. ...a.,,.

481 'Just

across the Sridgr of Gold

(arr. by W. II

Dear love, remember me IC. biarskoli)

190 J geig'

""'I ,,. I ,,.. ýr"r". .- 1293] Ernest Fiac

1 cin see Red Roses b1oon:iný

I Lean (with piano) (H. T. Busleign)S

401 1 Fes,

duey Cclth,m

-let - me like a Soldlex Fill

y

'i 1-11

.1400) Women wh,. wait

j

Old s Xma's Hymn (.vithchornsand h

ZShield

organ'

cf our Empire

-is s and

492, -

' Gray);

) «'c're I some scar (U)rothv Foster)

r_;,ti11429

SCaroo (with O-rus, piano and celeste accom

Quartett

""' "^ `°°' `^"°' I panimeut) (Slaughler)

and hells) 11455

493 t\'bea t,v:

1 Heroes and Gentlemen (with chorus) (Pcskr

S,inset turns tie Ocean Elue I

I I'm {{'e sweep the seas (with chorus) (Cowen)

nearing my heart away for you 1478 Love Bells (Derel;

494, Eaeen A11nnaU

Kathleen Mavourneen ;Crouch)

Some day your voice will answer (Virgo)

151)2 f A little bit 495 f'"the Better Land (Cowen) of Heoven (Ball)

1 Nly wild Irish Robe

Peace (Olcolt)

A,] Rest (Bullet) X14.4 tVhun .nu i,... 1-11....,., ir.....;. n,......ý

496 jChilarrla Voices (with choru;)

ýP?ease give me Penny, Sir (with

B!ae Gpes i(; ,lJýry, H'illia»is 6 Nicknl:>)

quartctte)

eno AA)5...ý fl-ý A:. C6.-ý-...,. fl-- ! P....... 11 ;ýs6(i Just for me (J. Thompson)

1-. r- 1- -1 ýa- I M-"m I , -- - --- -.

`.~~°,°.°~"

1 There's a long, long trail (with chorus)

1 t590 4

:i\' LO\'f 1: nice a ICeQ, 1CC4 tcoSC I I 1 L EMN;

D:..e.. IN F 1Ll..1..1

499 Th^ Gio_,y's Warning (Gounod) "' , "'°51

wý-.- II., an;,- .e _ 11640J God koep you safe (with chorus) (Cethberisor,)

The Home-bells

bWfGa;cs ..`~` : f the `~~~.~~.,~.^

West (Caroline LozAeian)

are riagiug ' oncllo)

Something

AiL=a h[irre (F_nrest Newton)

seems Tingle-ingleicg-" Hic

57Y I

Jinks

l be English Rose (German)

" (Friml)

Love's

Red, Wbite, and Blue (Rilssell)

own K s-" High Jinks " (Friml

Harold Wilco

613 Do you remember the last Waltz (Scott]

When I

Let the K'ss tr.ose'fears away (Scott)

come back to you

6291'You are. the ideal of my Dreams (Ingraham)

We were SweCttleait5 1 Cr BPontague)

,,cüallef

645 J In Friendship's Narre (Dance ý Grakßm)

(Summers)

My L4 the !riss Cottage (Summers)

1739

q!Loveland

(with eberus)

(Al. Head)

One Day- (Beikelev)

J Let the big world keep turning-" The Birg

1761 Girls "

,

(with chorus) (Rat D. Aver;

j That Dear old Home of Mine (Nal D. A),,,,

Ernest Pike and Peter Dawn r:

1716 The ivy-grown tottape (S. Dickson

ý .I of I was Dreaming, ` h!a 1!ie Reostta ' (jun ker,

6i6 J iou taught me how to love you (Meyer;

You wisb me to torget you (Donajozsks)

All that I ask i5 Love (Ingrunuin)

682 L erywhere I go I leave in) heart with you

r1.n }..no Jn.. I1 A,,,,ý

(btellor & Gifford )'. }..,._.,. .6 :,5.. ý... r.

Harbour

'.

of perfect rest (M nkton Travers(

he SbadcK's (+:etal arr. of " In the Sbadows");.ýý S

720j

.,,,.,,., c .... ........ ...... ... ..... ý .:_+...:_,

{Finck)` ýa.ý y u ,

Met me to-night in Dreamland

l(iarold Wig'

(F)iedrxan)l

r

721 f

1825 Dream Boat, :rom " Sea Saw "

Stick to yo-u- hicther, Tom

(Ivor A our;'

785 Fiddle and 1 (b;oýleae)

A Farewell (Liddle)

802 Kiilarnev (Balfc)

'fie Irish Grass (Ihomson)

rCome,

817

sing to me (Tkompson)

S May Morning (Derza)

85117

.he Ro,arv 11902f Two ]rsh Eyes (with chorus) (SvdseyBlau:a

1 1 The end of the journey (with chorus) (Sh i,:: k

I

See Celebrity List, pages 3-4.

See Vocal Duets, pages 55-37.

(XVXecn)

She is iar lr3m the Lard (Lambert)

865Apart (Stoll Galt;)

1 I'll sing thee :,


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Miss ANNIE REES (Welsh BALLADS, &c..

(Soprano) FOSTER RICHARDS ON-ctd.

O'r Niwl i'r Net (with piano) (D.E. 9sllfams)!1949 10e ti Lind Ptougnmaa (tiarke)

Love Song with pino) (D. R. Thomas) The Likes of They (Didgey)

Cartref (Hoi:!e)(wich piano)(W. Trevor Evans)I See Vocal Duets, paKrs 35.37.

Gwlad-y-Delon (with plane) (John Henry)

PHILIP RITTE / (Tenor)``

Yr lien Gerddor (The Old Minstrel) (with)

\

151 j ibe uta Superb (wnb piancI (a tan/ora) ' 254rLo%e's Old Sweet Song (Atoll, y)

Prince Ivan's Song (with piano)(d 1!itstn)ý The Golden Shore Stott Gatly)

i._..__ "-vny no Ine 1V :15:005, inesslau trlanUO.J!

(

The people that walked in darkness J. ROBERTS (Tenor)

" Messiah '. (Handel) 3Sß'Mentra Given (with

The'lrumpet shall sound, ` Messiah "

piano)

Handel)

O Fy Hen Cwmraeg (with piano)

But who may abide, " Messiah (Handel)I

Honour and Arms, "Samsoi " (Handel I

JACK ROGERS

Arm, Arm, ye Brave I "Judas Niacrabaeus',- ( hiss je g,od-bye, my little soldier

(Hcndel)jl351 ("4. j. Mills) Jack Rogers

The Lord worketh wonders, " Judas blacca-, ; Gilbert the Filbert (Heenan Pinck)

baeus " (Handel) Harry lap

Thy Glrrins r`.erdc " Simcnn "

Ganten

of Allah (with piano) (Afarshall) 'Miss FLORENCE SAVILE

The glory of your eyes (with piannj

lC............\

(Noel Johnson)) _ _

17uNL "IkU

By the Old Quayside (with piano) I ( Poor Wandering One(" Pirates:sf Penzance")

(A. F. Tale)35 (Sul/;van) hlorence Saviie

The Sea Roai with piano) (Haydn Wood),I The Lost Chord (Sullivan) Mary Evas

C:,ptaia Mac (.S.ndr>son) Sc-Quartettes, Pages S7-40.

Thy: Yeoman's Wedding (Ponintowski)

Till the sands of the Desert grow cold (8alt)ý, JOSEPH SCOTT (Bass)

Cheer np, little soldier man (Elliott)

Brian of Glenaar (H. Graham) 219f Father O'f'lsnu

The Watch Below (H. Graham)

I Oft to Philadelphia

Angels of Mons (A. Kingston-Stewart)

ä hhie Bov fl-i. Lee) J. H. SCOTLAND (Bass)

So You want tc be a soldier. little man

hlf.i - - If I knock the ' L " out of Kelly iGrantl

the Toast ([T. Ii. squire) Charlie Collin

87; harvrs7ers c,!;

,The

ht song (Poversl Where the black -eted Snsans grow

The laud of H"aue. Sw^et Home iGregorvl R.

,1797

A. Whiling)

5'.V F At 1 1- .- - - - -1 .ý. -.. .V

I TN--

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!U 1

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ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

W. STEWART

i 149

See Q eer!:!1es, pages 36-39.

158

THOMAS THOMAS (Tenor)

11 {Ltarg The Mess:ge (131u,nen:hal) 172

erica ; L,, hr)

rENRY ,{

TURNPENNY (Tenor)R 183

1 fL?e me and tie world i=_ mine (E. Sall)

cary (Rtcha,dso.t)

l{The Holy pity (Stephen Adarns)

209

The Star of ESethlt.hP:!! (Ste14r,j Adams)

1The

Death of Nelson (John Sraham) I

248

67 tA ?le"irc Tnrnpennyj

Heart full of Love (H. E. G:ercü.:kitArthur

Gray; 313

HARRY THORNTON (Baritone)!

229 fTrue i 361

till Death (Scot! Gaffy)

The Corporal ; Ditty (Squire) {

238 ý LVill o' the 1w'isp f kvrrY} }larv Thcrntoni

373

t,ýnarcmg toil u+ermau rong) I. u. acouaaoI

.See Celebrity List, Paces 3.4. 392

ALAN TURNER (Baritone)

3 f veer of the Garth (C. Pincutt)

409

Star of ;ny Soul (S. Janes)

509JFor all Eternit. (Jiaukeroni) 681

l! earxs ot 1 ia'r. (efrcavtca)

,

61Q ,In Ham- Moments I

j,Gnmi-bye, Sweetheart, Goad bye 741 ?Thou

art so ucar and yet so fär (Reichä;dt,

Madame VIOLETTA 1 t dreamt that 1 i-,olt horu'e)

(Song of An;;els (with chores) Ulodsnn)

HaWd WHOý

C,1'()

_ W1,i.C1-1 (Ric' in....

ýý..... .. ý,_....._ý ý-....'-./ 1 l

rcwi Jaw_-.-

620JTne (.ittle Harp (Jiaa>as) 753 _ _ JAnnal:bel Lee . (Les!ie) . --

Asleep in the Deep (v. itb piano) (Petre) Momaain Lover; (Squive)____

ý A Wandering

HAROLD WILDE (Tenor)

; ,ltin,tcc: ( ýliko"9o "j

891

(Gýlti:'rt & akiaie"e

CGo::d Cninnam-!vith ' 1 1

ni:.-l

I Is Life a I:oon? (" YCUnjBn of tht Gua:i

165 -ýSfePhen A dams)',. 't

171

file Garonne

D°a"est and

(with piano) (.tirr.phcn Adnm3)l!Il5u roomer acriee..(vtcort er sn:a

Best (with 1-The Romau:+

piauo) (51 eira)

Lass (with piano) (S. Adan:s)i_

___

11 on :p our rireirns Caine titre (! kompsa:)

Stars that light my garden (with piano)

Glrie back to Erin (wit's !piano) (Giari;hel) I Ft tuaeworto of Iove(witn Piano) A. ecuss,

1 11 sine thee Sooes of Arabv (with Piano)

isalwav vy the sea (with piano) (Barclay)

b0 j (N. Clay) 1496 I wonder if love is a dream (with IdaruJ

Sleep xid Forget (with nianoV (F. Gruaeil

-

79f Cone iota the (ar.len "1'he Bloom is or. the Rye

feil her I love her so :de Targe)

The Pilgrim of Love

I hear you calling me (Marshall)

My Dreams (Tosii)

The Anchor's Weighed (Brnh!r.)

The Blue ;Isation Moeutaics (Adams)

NirvanaFlight

of Age, (Bevan!

Far Away (Where is now the Merrv Part

(Liadsai .0

Thy Voice i near (H r:.hloe)

209jSally in our Alley (Levev)

i ? The Maid of tLe Aiiil !Adams)

Necttng Of the dater

Oft in the stilly night (Irish traditional)

In Sweet Svptember (Hope Templet

Take a p;rrr .A sparkling eyes (.`;u:Gr:an)

An Evening Sorg (Blu"venther )

There is a flower that bloorneth "' Maritana(ll'alia.el

All Hail! Thou dwelling, purr and Iasi?

(" Faust ") (Gounod

The Flower Song (" Carmen ") (Bizet)

I seek for thee in e:ere flower (Gans)

Cwo Eye; of Grey (dlcGeoch)

Cujus Aaie am (" Stahat Mater "I (Rossicii

If with all your

Mau: (JJa.je) f All j,y be thine (wich piano) (Bariieltl

Thora (Slephe» Adams) (týsi S rne Ilu ie. o.mi Hora. (wrcn prao.1) {Har.»)

( Wheh you re away," i t e Vnip Ulrl ,

1557 (V, tirrbcr

ýIWýliýýy

of Argyle (Nelrn,

L P'1!arnev IBoilej

117 f Lna (Step,.>n Adams)

Ie Irish Emigrant ;G. Barka)

1658

"' The Only Girl," Overture (V.:icober:;

Pecrles; Orchef.r

Love's garden of -Ruses (Haydn, Wood)

afavis ((ra5ton)

hearts (Mendelssohn)

fl=lieve roe, if all those endear zig you

charms (,lioore)

leren.e's Farewell to Kathleen

(!,zdv DutJ+w'.

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ZONOPI-IONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

BALLADS, &c.

i

.i

s2 ()1 J) LL H i)F.- na, tio,.sý: l

__-At

the

,n -i ,e; ýrhe

of a to:u:Liul day (f

N,coa hathErnest

ee,n..r) 49l Pike & 169^ Y-

Pete Dawson

u g.e :rte a Rne.ry (sith chorus) (Scat) Excelsior

Herbert Pa-e'Ernest

(Baits)

Pike & Peter Dawaoa

Love's own Kips- High jmki Tenor and Baritc;w (H. Lr.;.c II'iara)

170211 Something seems tingle-ing}eing- " High!A 73 Ernest Pike & Peter Dawson

}

finks " (Friml) Ernest Pike;

Albion, on thy Fertile ;'airs (Brahcta)

1703 Fare thee sell. Molly darting (K. Mills)

4 I'rr.est Pike & Peter Dawtna

...-, ...1v11e..1:1T:1-..3..11Ik..- t. 1..i1..

`" "'s ."," "''"", At Love's begiun L:g (Cai (elhd.chr'arn)

17291 Stie s ti e ütug!aer rf Bother aachree!l ai:).;189ý \tdrne. F.. `oi, s-Hudson & Peter Daw!os

or yr::.n. o«,ýý: t t i Scill as the n!gut ((nltae)

1.4ty bundle n' love Ii. t np!e) , btdnie. T. Jones- F:que

Twrr tire3 hands (L. Croke)

' n & Peter Dawson

The April of my Heart-" Young England ", I Swing ." 4'e

,1 `

Tdh. Jherud

The Golden Neddine

4i) Jocl: o' Hazelde.ýn I L May I_vc-Iay &\V. biület

\ Comin' thro' the Rye (Ix the Valley where the Baue-t icd

+)U Ca'lcr Ife;r 525{ Erne=t Vice =nd Peal Do,-,or

t yIT heart is sair

fit soc:ebodv i I Genev:we Erneat Pi!,c S Peter Dae:w n

Tote

I,as:

Ande_-. i, my Joe (s;-o)&vnmes) The i_csi Chord ;with rhorvs, tai's. o.gan

Ua a k raw woo'r (a, o,1emous) 5261 and piing) Freest pike ý: Pet" ilawmou

4 ; C+' tC'C ý'UW`5 to }:Or,\4"C3 (arýtýym us) Watchman, what of toe Night?

_

~xe c"aoks r.nd Bits o' Bouuv Uoon (enoý+.) I týrne Fixe ,ne vecer usWIoe _"__

Gridh ;;eaJ mo chridh (Song of the I-tebridzs) All's Well (Braiea e)

ý. (Fraser)t 527 Ernr-st Pike "et.r Dsw sr,

Fear a'Bbata (Tb,-, Boatman's Song: Larboard Watch J!ruest Pike a W. h.£Jlw

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ZONOPHONE DOUBLE

VOCAL DUETS

Love and War (Caok)Frnfist

Pike & Stanley Kirkby 1346

The Battle Eve (Botheur)

Ernest Pike & Stanley Kirkby

What are the Wild Waves saving? (::io er)

Erne... Pike & W. Millcr1358

Life's Dream is o'er Ernest Pike & W. Miller,

Ail change for Llarfai-fcrhart (David Cam'

(David F, Arthars);

Harry Fav & Stanley Hirkby,

I A Surtimer r.i¢h[ (sosinn Thomas)

994ý

lidme, E. Joa?s-I-nelson & Peter Dawsoa,1:31

Spirit o: the Wood (Parkar) i

hfdrn. E. Jones-Iludson & Peter Dawson]

Are ": -u going to dance? iLuxen bc,urgl

_ (Lehar) %71

Arthur,) Har: c Fav &. Staniev Kirkbvi

Yoe've got to sing

in Rigtime

,1371

iilorothv Doug;a, & Jirnest'Pike11443

_

-SIDED

RECORDS

VOCAL DUETS

I've got everything I want bet you ýH. Firm

Doris Cowan & Ernest.

You're here and I'm here (1. D. Kerni

Doris Cow au & Ernest Pi:

Somewhere a voice is tailing (with piano]

(.4. F. Tale) E. Pike & P. Das.= a

I arise from dreams of thee (with pia

/E. Yates) E. Pike & P. Da's

The Ballai Singers (with piano) (Late FI'ih- :!

L. Pike & P. Llawsa

You, just you (with Piano) (J. Tkcm/pso.=;

F.. Pike & P. Dawson

By the Fountain (with piano) (S. Adams,

Ernest Pike & Guy ]fier-.t`

The Blue Alsation Mountains (with pier.}

(S. Adams) Ernest Pike & Guy Merr".t

Island of Dreams (with (Lehar) Dorothy Douglas

Come to Arcade (E. Grrman)

Dorothy Douglzý

& firnest

& Ernest

Pike!1443{

'

Pike

piono)

Adams) Ernest Pike & Guy Me_r:.t

M2L1 of t`e Mill (with piano Guy (Siephrnj

Adorns) Ernest Pike & Mernc.

i24ý

Soldiers of Forts (Hemery; An old garden (with piano) (Hope Tempiel

Lmest Pike ° Peter Dawsonjt454 Ernest Pike & Gay Mer; it

u nistresq mine (ierpev) I In Sweet September (with piano) (H- e

Ernest Pike & Peter Dawson; Temple) Ernest Pike & Gey Muuiý'

Hitehy Hoe (Muir & Abrahams)

On the 5.15 (Murphy & 9Marshal.)

Harry Fay & Stanley Kirkby 1471{ Herbert Payne, & Barry Pay

Gaby Glide (L..4. Hirsch) I Kitty, the 'lelcphcne Girl (Gifford, Tr.z,;,,

Harry Fay & Stanley Kikrbyj Milbe & Godfrey) Harry bý

i-lone shall part us (" lolanthe ") (Su!lir"an)ý A Farewell (with piano) (Liddle)

Mfd:ne. E. Jones-Hudon Se Peter Dawson 1.180 Ernest Pike & Gus Me;-

Stay,

.'

Frederick, Stay (Seti;iren) Until (with piano) ;Sanaerson)

NMme. E. Jo"es-Hud$ou & Ernest Pike! Ernest Pike & Guy Mer tt

The Ragtime Goblin Mn e(Von Tiller) I Love and Par (Gook)

Harry Fay & Stanl^.y Kirkby1:1503 Ernest Pike & Stanley Kirtsb7

I do love my wife (Murphy & Castling)

Harry Fay'

The Ex!^a

(Neodon)

Special

Ernest

Constable (kith plane

Pike & Faster RirharrIF,i

Hello ! Hello ! London Town (Dlirshall) Rock we in your arms and call me 1 Soy

Harty Fay & jack Hentyl ;Miüs & ScM)

Ring out those bells (h1. Luken) ;15185 Miss Emilie Hayes & G. H. Ell,"ýt

Harte Fav & Izc!: ücntvl f Yon'v. eot me and i'v? ant

vnu (F f.n.+rý .;

Rnw, row, row

Harry Fay & Jack Henty, f Settle down io a one-horse town (t",,:"ý

Take iae in ,our arms and say you love tae' I ` Watch your Stop "j (Benin)

(J. J. johnsi ;;) Herbert Payne11S33. Mr. Herbert Pa',

-

(.1fonaco) L Miss Emilie Häyei'& C;. H. Eli:'.:

Rxce',sior t Balfe) Ernest 'Tike & V; alter Miller 1093

i hey didn't beliwe me (from " To-niga'

How sad it is to say farewell (LVestrop) the Night ") (Kern)

9idme. E. Jones-Find>or. & Ernest Pike! Miss Dolly Garrick & Frank B;:`

äbi

2h ere was a time ' Gondoliers

M i e. L. Jo:,es- i¢dscn

" (S+ divan'

& Ernest Pike I551

T: e Laughing Husband (w:u,

M¢rry Andrew

piano)t'en+

& Lydia Car

1 Barcarolle(" 'l'abs of Hoffman ' l Wffeabacn iý The lealoua Wüe (with oiannl ; Pensn


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

Sereaade (Schubert-arr. Charlton)

7 PETER DAWSON, ERNEST

Louie Brooks and Harold Wl:;ite

ý

ccharuo> ý PIKE,

, and W. STEWART

Louie Brooks and Harold Wildel

I Aunle-blossom time with you fTatel

1731 Louie brooks and 'Herbert Payne( 531

is all a dream (G. Cobb)

Louie

1 How are von 7 l.Sek:en>t:} 1

Will Str ,g and Muray

At Finnigan's Ball (W'esto s f Lee) 1 532

S wits Strong ani nturTayj

( O: der, Please ! (TVesfo, & Lee)

21 Will c",,.,e -A rt,,.,-i

Hail 1 Smiling Morn (unaccompanied)

Mdme. Deering & P. Dawson

Ernest Pike & W. Stewart

Sweet and Low (unaccompanied) (Barnty)

Zonophone Glee Party

The Old Folks at Home (Forster)

Mdrue. Deering & P. Dawsoa

Ernest Pike & W. Stewax

The Old Rustic Bridge by the Mill

Zonophone Concert Quartette

Somebody would shout out " Shop ! ") !wzume. UEt.1C11V li

, Messrs. in.

(Weston & Lee) Will Strong and rMurraylpAYNE

That dear old home of mine-" The Bing

Girls " (Nat D. Aver) B. Pike & P. Dawson:

+ PETER DAWSON

W. STEWART

and

Let the great big world keep turning (:Vat D.l

Ayer) Ernest Pike and Peter Dawson'i b33 The You can't do without a bit of love (Alien and[

Lee) Will S`.rong and Murray'Mdme.

Still they keen on loving all the while ( ertl

Little Old Log Cabin

Beautiful Isle of the Sea

DEERING + Miss AMY

t iau

The

.Merry vagaoonas

Ernest Pike

jovial Blacksmiths

p. ('oraon) :7,3TVr

and Foster Pichardsonr111IJ,

(S. Gordon) i

nr,

Irr,

mr. n TI AXYrdlIAT

L ran 1J11 VV J 4JPl

S'rE\VART

o_

{X

117


F.rr.act Pik- aný1 Poster Richardson!

WooderfclGirl WonderialBoy(ti'atD 4per) 53fI surrendtl

1789 Louie Brooks and Herbert Payne! Christ Are a

.very little while (fate) Louie Brooks

A,Perfect

Messrs. GRANT, PAYNE

Day (C. J. Bond)

1794 Ernest Pike and Peter Dawson MILLER

and WAKEFIELD

God send you back to me (A. L. Adam,)

Christmas Eve in an Australian Miner's Camp

Parted ! I Totti)

Ernest

Ernest

Pike and

Pike end nd P. I

.

DawsoDawson'; n 6931 Messrs. Grant, Payne, Miller & Wakefield

1811 Until Christmas Eve in the Old

we meet again (Shirley)

13omestem'

Ernest Pike and F. Richardson4 °..u"`" ''""ömr

Ilnw's

S 3

every little thing inStr'N Dix eänuMurrayt 694

i

Cilessrs.

Grant, Payne, kMiller & Wakefield

I'm on my way to Dixieland (Nat 1). A

A Jolly Christmas Minster Singers

'I

er)I

Strong and MorraylMessrs. H. PAYNE, PETER

Come to my garden of rxrsaios (David

Isazi

att,il

`Collii:sändMorayDAWSON,

.lrthnrs,

Ipecacoanha E. CLIFFORD

-Long and

and Bateman) C. Cullinsl 't`J

First love, last love, best love, " Bing Boys u

CTEW.ýR''

I 3< (Ayer) Freda Fairchild and H. Payne: jlviy Dream of Love is

College

o'ei

Days, " Bing Boys on Broadway "! 530 Cume where my love lies dreaming (unaceoft"

(dyer) Herbert Payne! L l'auied) !Foster)

242 'At Lomers?t Fair 'Weston and.rray Laane!d

Mv Denton( QUARTETTES, &c.

Jane (H. F. Mohr) Strong and Murray T

asses FLORENCE SAVILE I A Sailor's Consolation (D. George)

15ýý and

j Lrue.t Pile and Peter Dawson MARY EVANS, Messrs.

it 'a the Welcome Horne (lesion and Lee)

Murrayand L'cnt"In;tVKlriVit lit[tVI rinW JtYLVLL'.7

1n lndiannpolis

- Murray and Fav

1 Uch unch i ü'.Nn« nnd 7»1 M.-.- -A F"ývý

BELL

When yoü wme home (3ga+.'rc)

wr ýý

The Pride of the Prairie (solo C quartette?

S. Coltham and G. Parker ` (Breen & Botsjotdj

Roses of Picardy (Ii. Wont) 1 72 ( Misses F'orence Savite & Mary Evans

N. l.olLnalll ana h. rarKer

1962 ! A-B My Bop Starry Fay

t bluidoon'e Big Bassoon Murray A Pay

ýComrades s nrwý.r3. nn:uur i,ray uc,i arncs flaw

in Arens (Adams)Twins

" Mai: Quactatts

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ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

QUARTETTES, &c. I QUARTETTES, &c.

Miss LOUIE BROOKS, JACK'CHURCH CHOIR (with Orgaa',

HENTY and CHARLIE COLLINS

--continned

if45

l Another little drink (:Vat D. Ayer) j Art Thou Weary? (Rer. Sir H. W. Baker'

1, you were the or;) girl l' 't the world (hat D.1 365 Through the night of doubt and sorrow

6 Ayer) Louie Brooks & Herbert Payne (J. B. D,::

1 37750 Paradise! (Meyeefeerl

Thy M ill be Done (:1. It. Dyke-Trcyle)

i.i11 V116 tXINO

jNJ! 396 in the sweet Div-and-Bvr

Ring -!i

-

ont the Bells or Christmas (Hodges Tell me tke Oki Story (Sh

.0i%!,

rrf l y)

Choir & Bard 411 Scatter Seeds of IGndne-I (Ynü)

he Miner's Dream of Home (idol:,k) t ýti`hen He^ometh (Rset)

i'7dU8 4Ylli:ams oao1 rwrn me rorr rr. r. Grrssj

146i All Mid the Power (IIrHRe)

'r'r:osoe,er will (1'. P. }llissl

Jerus;,Ieai the Golden (Ewing)

612 JSafe in the army of

M. Eternal Father (P. y4es)

Lead liiudly Light

Jesus (Doane)

The Gate ajar for me (Vol);

649 f Orly an Armour Bearer (Bliss)

The Lifch) t (Bliss)

68' Ring the Bells of fiaacen (Root)

CHURCH CHOIR (with Organ)j \Vhitec than the Snow (Ptý:ýher)

164JCome, ye thankinl people, come (E1ney)

760 he home over Ihere

L_ý

t76 (T .~. h.,-,t ^.~^~.~°'".^~` the vniri" nf (war<


ZONOPTIONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

QUARTETTES. &c.

MINSTER SINGERS,

(Cbrstmas Eve is the Old Homestead

4rß - - - Minster Singers

Christinas live in an Australian -Miners' 4amp

Mess.- Payne, Grant, Miller & 15'akefieln

A jolly Chris`.na Minter Singers

L94- Christmas Eve in Barracks

vtae- n-- tt.:,.,t Mill-A, W'kefieid

132£1) Down the Ri.;r'

weet Evelipa Zono. Concert Quartette

Wrap the Flag around ine

The long daycloses(u

..iccompanied)(SullUvan)

ORPHEUS QUARTETTE

23O[Just before the battle, Mother

She sleep; beneatS the Daisies

335 Alabama Sam

Mississippi R"at Song

_ Advance, Australia fair (Ami us

WELSH ' QÜARTETTE WITH

ORGAN

1 Tesu, Lover of my Stil (in Welsh )(Tune.

351}' 1)ervsfwy1h) (Fairy)

!Alf Will be done (in Welsh) (Sankey)

All Hail the Poser (ir,Welsh! (Tune, Diadem)

3521 Cwsg Filwr Cwsg (in Welsh) (Rest, Soldier.

ke_t) )J, 11. Roberts)

QUARTETTES, &c.

ALFRED WOODS &

QUARTETTE

Ten Little \igger Bovs

134 Alfred Woods & Quartette

Keep in the'liddl o: the Road

Ctaries Handy '-, Quartette

ZONO CONCERT PARTY

1254 {Shepherd 'Ihe Rosary !with

of

organ) (Ethe76ert Narin)

Souls (with organ} (E. Jones)

ZONOPHONE CONCERT

QUARTETTE

Iue Ckt Rustic Bulge by the Mill

Zonophone Concert Quartette

The Old Folks at Home f2 rsle,)

Mdnm. Deering, Peter Dawsor:,

1;rneat P'ke S W. Stewart

Good-night, Beloved (unaccompanied)(Pinsutij

IU2{ Orpheus Quartett

[Soasof Auslr.llia

QUARTETTE

wo Ji tic V!d i5riga:]e

(31cG1n:non)

(MALE

(L'Urr:)

Stp:alcvKirkbyI

VOiCES)l

602

63,

Wh(:n Hande Meet !unaccompanied)

The Soidie:'e Farewell (Kinkel)

;Chen Evening's Twilight (Ha#on)

(Pi8 sutr)

I,T6r Cnngeeror ! ßonkzayj 684 Killarney (Ba:,`e)

Kathleen %lavoumeen (Crouch)

Little Tommy went a-Fishing (unaccom-

TAný. CCT/IATAT ;

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ZONOPIiONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

QUARTETTES, &c.

f QUARTETTES, &c.

ZONO MINSTRELS, conhnued.4Chief Cantor SAWEL KWARTII

Par, f.r away (with piano) (Stott Gatty)

Continued.

1227 Way down dar :n Tennossee (with piano) j

. Y'RItns . Furxon _

I Ding, Doug, Ding (with piano) (Scot: Gatty)

1251 by dat !ii.be(with piano)no

`Down

Scott Ga/ty)

ZONOPHONE OPERATIC

661 May Salvation (from Heaven)

Mei Shabberack

May be who biessei (our fathers)

H. I. REISSMANN

PARTY

A 15 f Gems from The Bohemian Girl," No. I

l Genf from " The Bohemian Girl," No. 2

A 29 Gems from " Mari:.ma," Part 1. (IVailaee)

ri 658

I 1

De, Becfulan'"

The jester at a Marriage

I gale ;Vmh

Wishing the advent of a good week

A 39

Gems from " Mari:ana," Part II. (Wallacc)

Gems from "" Faust," Part 1. (Goa")

Gems trom " Faust," Pait If. I

,ems from Les Cloches de Corneville," ...

Chief Cantor SIROTA

I , ,

;! -,

aa zýx ý axsnw.ýr

.. '. .-,

A 43 j Part I. (Pla, qi e tc)

Gems from " Les Cinches de Corneville,"

Accept our prayers

Part II. (P!anque;te)

H'avein Yakkir le Apk,ayim

Ephraim, my dear son, is a precious child

Gems from " Carmen," Pa t 11 (Bizet)

R'elseiAccept

A 54f Gems from " 11 Trov,atnrc," Part . I. (Verdi)!

our prayers

(;cm; from " 11 T:ovatarc." Part II. ;VerdSll Pirckous Coharim

The blessings of the Priest

Gcins from " La 11 (A K'vakkorasAs

2Mas:-ctte,"Part oidraa)

Geras `rom " Martha," Part 1. (Fta!o¢ )

a shepherd feedeth his flock

Gems from " Martha," Part I1. (Flulrnoj

Tikkanto Shabbos

Gents from " Boccaccio," Part 1. 1 6531 Thou hast esbi1Lshed the Sabbath

(Von Sup¢ey Eif mold ra h'rnim

Gems from " Boccaccio," Psrt IT. j

6 God, who art full of compassion

(Von'Suyptif fIIlamm,ch d'sh Biuboh

A ?6 {Gems Gems from " Satanella," Part J. (Balfe) 654 Who renewest in his goodness

from " Satanel!a," Part l1. (Balfe) T'sus Yisroel

Gems frorn " Tae Mikado." Part I. 1 ( Rock Oi Israel

A 118ý (Sulltivan)ý ýllor'sar;nr.kl.vrkaf

Cems from " The Afikado," Part »I. 6551 ___ R e 5cia celebrate His mighty holinW7

t,&,

ýouiasvu.. ýI

Gems from bliss Hook of Holland(P.

Rubens)

Gents fror.. The Geisha " (Jo.ies)

HEBREW RECORDS

Chief Cantor GOS. BASSER

Mh al l:ol hao-tt,-.

656 Iie who reigneth ove' all the world

L'eii boruch

To the blc.. ,ed God

J. GUTTMAN

anal Chorus from Theatre, Lemberg

(jee ,h ,Jargon, Comic, itithChoir)

Kai., belegenHochreasscene

Singing W a Bride-Marriage Scene

657 Hak,iofosRejoicing

with the law. Procession with

scrolls of the law. A festival Scene

Chief Cantor SAWEL KWARTIN

Haskcsinu

Y'r haid'skicw

Renew unto us (this [month)

T'soo, Yssroeil

660 Rock of Israel

I Y'halilu

Praise ye (the Lord)

I N'rot>h Nassonno

t Of the fii it day of the year

COMEDIENNES

FLORRIE FORDE

Come an,, hear him play hi:- Oomterars

Now I have to call him Father

Yip. I addee. i a)e

Girls of the ('logs and Shawl (.Murphy)

I do like to be beside the seasideFlorrie

i

Molloy O'hlorgan (Godfrey) Harry

Take me on the Joy Wheel ("Wills & sr"

Just a wee deoch-an-doris(Mor+is^n

& Cun,.

Hold your hand out naughty boy .

(Murphy & D.

Anywhere in blanxland (Marphv & Dav"

Dance your trc ubles away(Godfrey

& li'r

The way the wind blocs (Judge & Willi

Jerry Jeremiah (Murphy & David)

'h-n the band begins to play

(Judge & Wil:i-

It takes an Irish heart to sing an Irish

(F. Godfrey & Wortur D.

Let's take a strati around the Island

(G. Payne S F. Paff-)

Have you seen Potts from the Potteries?(/Verton)

We all come fr a' Lancashire (Allen)

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-inch

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ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

;ORRIE FORDE-continued 11766 ( FLORRIE FORDE continued.

They sang " God Save the King " 11766

sang " God Save the King

f Oui, oui, tres tree bon (Homa7d (Howard Fivnn) Flynn)

t r..d.. _

Oh, Oh, Mister Bandolerio

.. (Howard Flynn)

There's a girl for every soldier (M Scott)

It you can't get it girl in the Ballroom

(Wise and Bennelf)

If he's a pal to you (Murray and Mellor)

Let's all harmonize (Allen)

Sullvian will be there (Nat D. Ayer)

On the Ankle Watch Parade (Il. Lee)

Good-bye-ee (Weston and Lee)

Van Dam Family (Merlon)

Proud I am (Judge)

Never mind the Food Controller(Weston&Lee)

No Grousing (Lee and Reston)

When the sun goes down in Dixie (Von Tilzer)

Priceless Percy with the one pip up (Weston

Soldiers like it (Godfrey) I

(Lawrence li'right)jlyosl netgno

it P"Itn

,Jazz

the (po/ey)

Back, _

back to Tipperary 1 ltieuo teere, Flanigan ! (Mills, Scott

wa:...ae1

. Oh. Oh. Mister Bandolerfo (Howard Flv,

Are we aownnearre(3 r no-o-o ,

(Lawrence Wrigkt) 178f1

We're Irish and proud of it, too {1814

Ply Bugler Boy (Darewski)

It's the same old Tommy and the same old

Jack (Mellor, Gifford & Godfrey)

The Last Good-bye (Lee & Murray)

Where are the Lads of the Village to-night?(Darewski)

Who's the girl you're going to meet to-night?

(David & Lee)

The Kelleys are at it again (J. Norworth)

They all play the same old game

(Mellor, Gifford & Godfrey)

'here's a good time coming (Worton David)

All the time you're longing for Killarney

(Godfrey. David & Wrieht)i isoajrept

H'e're in, Meredith ! we're in

_-----ý--------- (God/rev David & Nriýnt)}__ Ca-bages. Ca-beans, Car-rots (Stan ley6AItem'

----

__

Ah I Ah I Ah I There you are again I 11960 In the land of Yama Yama (Fisher)

(David, Godfrey Wright), Teach we how to fly (Scott)

:Halt

! Who goes there? (Payne)

j

Then He'd waltz her round_

DOLLY GARRICK

(David, Godfrey & __ Wngbt)1493 f Prudence

'What

Finch Doll Garrick

the ! How the ! Why the ! Who the !

( p

l The

(David, God/rev & N constant lover (Fiucl:) Harry Fa}

right

'The See Vocal Duels,

Band was playing an old Scotch tune

pag« 35-37.

- - -


(GodJrry S N'nght)

I ý.r. rimrr.

Are ve a'richt the .

noo ý(! aroreirce Wriehtl

""i he Empire

will be your Daddy (H. Darcwski)

Remember where you come fra' (H. Darewski)

Charlie, Charlie (H. Darewskij

{ They all go to see the Pictures

I (Paynet& Fulton

Lover's Lane (from the ",Whirl of the Town '

-London Palladium Revue) (L. Wright)

'Swing

your little Maria (L. Wright)

Mr. Sergeant Michael Donoghue

(Mellor, Gifford & Godfrey)

The girls know as much as you knowr

1949f Kelly, I'm glad to see you back (Neat

Vr.n it 1r, "l 1 It1V L1

0334 My dear Manie (Afar :e FrntY.n)

Mein Schneider (Mashie Fenton)

j1432 there's a cottage in Ballytnabone (Thurban)

Violette (Mful4en)

r n r.._..ý

' The song the kettle is

ýJ . Lý "ý

singing

K (W. David & L. _ Wrtghti

JESSIE JAMES

"ýJol1y

Here,

good luck

there and

to everyone

evervee here

we know (Pensol

(David & Wright)

. 'You can't court a girlie by the sea(H.Darewski

On these dark'ark nights (Bennett Scott)

" Pierrot Parade (Mills, Godfrey and B. Scott)

'.'It's going to be a night that night

(Godfry and Mellor)

-H".Where are the girls we used to know

(Metlrr & Gibbs;

l love my Motherland (Mills, Scott & God)re) )

I 'rake me back to Dear old Blighty

(Mills. Scott & Godfrey)

" CYSinn I Cinu I who cF..ý.I.in'f ...n ..no

i . .

- o ....g "ýuý uvuýýu ý ..v u. rý

_i.ý_

ý ý ---ý . .. -ý ------- - (e.ctoy 6 Ltc)ý

We'll all have W'

a koliday in the Summertime

- - ý - ý..,_..

My Dusky Princess (Coverdale)

Nobody else but you (David & Ptnso)

You made me love you (J. V. Monaco)

My Little Persian Rcse (A. FriedlandHerbert

Payne

JEN LATONA

Why do you keep laughing at me(Long & Scot

Rum-tum-tiddle (Madden & Sckwarts)

MARIE LLOYD

The Coster Girl in Paris (C. Powell)

Every little movement

own (C. .Move)

The Twiddly \\ ink (P.

has a meaning o{"its

Leigh & 0. Powell)

The Piccadilly Trot (Geo. Arthurs Y

Put on you slippers (J. P. Harringlon)j

When I take my morning promenade(Mills

& Scott)

We're v ' VICTORIA MONKS

all coning ashore to-night I,Vn

(Mellor & Gilford)1097 Vicker Glide (Tom Mellor)

We're got to put up with it now i (E. Godfrey) Ili ullo I 'Miss London (1 om Mellor)

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COMEDIENNES

COMEDIANS

MAIDIE SCOTT

Mother is the leader of society

NAT. D. AYER.

11567

That Charlie Chaplin Walk (Nat D. Ay

(Denham Harrison)' Oh, man, you'd hang around (Nat D

If the managers only thought the same as!1607 The Dancing Jubilee (Nat D. Ayer)

Mother (Snvderi I You're a great big wonderful baby (.1,,

855jJohnny Morgin's'Sister 1, rpon't say-I ever made you love me_f

At nine o'clock he got the sack (Tate) ý621j (Nat D.

.t the wino naa only o.own toe ocher way i i someone s got to love me all LUC .,u..

(Edna Williams) (Nat D.

I

Father's ¢nt a job (Co1 1. 7.A-..l

Since Chumlev came back from LonaouT.

,

at D)

1

ZONA VEVEY

The Flamer's Parade (Nat D. Ä

Aver) I

412 f Wee Macgregor (with piano and bagpipes) L,....

Every Sunday evening when the bells J1O U

617f Mary jMax Erard) I

687JThe Piper and the Drummer (Max Erard) 11781

The little Church across the way (with piano)

(Max Erardl WILKIE BARD

Pretty little Cupid (with piano) (Max Erard)

Molly O'Shea

`The

(with

Wriggly ly Rag (David & Arthurs)

piano and orchestra)

(Max Erard)011

Don't t play " In the Shadows "

She's (Nrrtsann,

a wonderful girl (with piano &orchestra)!

..ý

1 Mar F.a.dll

113901 Dolly Dimple (with piano) (Max Erard) JACK BENSON

Story of a Pair of Shoes (with Someone's in Town I know (at the p`

I'd like to know what Cleopatra did

piano) (Damd and

ý

Piano)

r r'.., .6, xr- w;i r U-16-1 r-a r,t

(Max Erard ) i 537 Jobn Willie,

,. ...

come o n ( F o r m b y )

1482 Love's Regrel;3lax Erard)

George ca"

nýi ,uy dýrnuz crural

ý

1860JIt I answer the last roll call (Max Erard) j

The lads from our village (Maz Erard)I

wnen you re in love with someone (witnl

lrL'

f Job.

VKIrL'

Willie,

4A Y A1V tlhri

come on (Form.hy)

'i

Ayer)a"'

He'll tell you where to go (Nat V.

Song Birds in the Dell (Max Erard) j

Come and take me out to-night (Nat D :ý'

piano) (Max Erard)

" $37{ George Cav,.

Iwrecall the days with piano) (Max Erard)

fly weoaing may tomorrow fd]ax trara)

(I'm shy, %lary Ellen (Murphy) JackIiý

CHARLIE COLLINS

I work eight hours a day (Ted Savder)

Paddy Maloney's Aeroplane(Jrdge& W+. !

I've had a glass of gin-gerwine (Ber

I can't do my Bally bottom button up

(J. P.

Cut me oft a little bit of roly-poly

(Mills &

- -

I do like the life I do (Godfrey & Mello-

Keep the kettle boiling, Mary(Bennetst

Taffy's got his Jenny in Glamorgan(Lioyýj

In the cabin by the beautiful lagoon(M.Erard)

Ida from Idaho (Max Erard)

Give me a Summer's Evening (Max Erard)

COMEDIANS

MERRY ANDREW

Merry Party (Chas. Penrose)

That Ridiculous Feeling (Chas. Penrose)

The Jolly Old Farmer (Chas. Penrose)

They all laugh like this (Chas. Penrose)

Jo!iv old Jarge (C. Pehrese)

Courting Sarah Jane (Chas. Penrose`

A Night Out (Penrose)

What shall t say to the Wife? (Penrose)

Laughing Tilda Brown (Penrose)

Only a shilling (Penrose)

The Jolly Ploughman (Penrose)

The Special Constable (Penrose)

Laughs (Chas. Penrose)

The Merry Farm Boy (Chas. Penrose)

Laughing Pat (Pen,osa)

In love (Penrose)See

Vocal Duets, 35-37

(Come, teach me how to love (with piano)

IBM (Nat b..4yer)'1726

I hope when I reach Loveland you'll be there)

(with piano)

(Nat D. Ay.r;

1666 I like to dance with the girls (Nat D. Ayer)1727

The Harem Song (Nat D. Ayer) i

Shall us? Lets I (Bert Lee)

Ragging

,

on the old Church bells( Weston

Jack Henty & Charlie ý'

Keep on carrying on (We,ton & Lee)

I've tried to be good but the girls woo'4

(Ben nett

Marrl.`no

with the Rand-" f Hann.,

1697{ _ ... _ r(

I They won't have me-" Half-past-

(P i,

Kitty Murray-I'm in a hurry !

(Williams &A

Where did Robinson Crusoe go with }

on Saturday nipt? G. 1V. Meyers)

If I knock the ' L " out of Kelly (i.

The Tanks that broke the ranks (CastlillE-

Carllon) Will Strong

,

with

Five Days' Leave (Torn Mellor) r4t

On his first day home on leave

(Weston and Nari

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COMEDIANS

HARLIE COLLINS-contd.

Iontmy Tucker took the tin of tasty tinned

Tomatoes (G. Foley) j1445

;lot Ashfelt (P. Johnstone)

the Clock Song (Nat D. Ayer)

lpeeacuanha (Long and Bateman)

Come to my garden of parsnips (David and

Arthurs) Collins and Murray

Vocal Duets and Quartettes, pages 35-40

FRED CURRAN

Daddy (parody)

Red, White and Blue (parody)

JIM DONOVAN

The Ballymoney Conversazione (with piano)

(N. Jackson)

Mrs. Brady (with piano) (Houston Colliron)

Miss Hooligan's Christmas Cake (with piano)

(Melville)

Phil the Fluter's Ball (with piano) (French)

Wait for awhile now, Mary (with piano)

(P. French & H. Collison)

The Darlin' Girl from Clare (with piano)

(Percy French)

GUS ELEN

Don't stop my 'alf a pint o' beer (Moore)

Nature's made a big mistake(Ellcrton & David

The Publican (Glover kind)

Pretty little villa down at ßarkiu' (Darewski

COMEDIANS

G. H. ELLIOTT-continued

There's a little bit of Irish everywhere

(Godfrey and Wright)

Never let your right hand know what your

left hand's going to do (Nat D. Ayer)

Nhat a time we've had!

(Mills, Scott and Godfrey)

Brown-eyed Sue (A. J. Laurence)

She has such dreamy eyes

1Coo-ee, Coo-ee (Mills, Scott an Godfrey)

1 When there isn't a light at all (Watson)

'untie Skinner's Chicken Dinner (Morse)

)h, for a Roiy-Poly (Fred Shepkard)

?udders (G. Black+nore and F. Gibson)

What does a Soldier care? (B. Scott)

`? dear old Yorkshire Farm

(Etliott & Inm of

Kiss your Minstrel Boy good-bye

Ma Alabama Rose (Lawrence)

My Southern Maid (Dares ski & Barrett)

Hello, there, little Tommy Atkins

(Darewski & Barr.

Maisie, I'm awaiting (K. Russell)

1298] There'll be a new moon shining(Murphy

& Allres

I'Il come to you in Ohama (Torn Mellor)

1338j Silas and a Gramaphone

(H. F. Greenfield & G.H.Büiolf

(J. P. Long and R. Bateman)!1417 Waiting (with piano) (Darewski)

.!other's

home-made bread (F. Wood)

My Brown-eyed Loo (with piano) (Dareroeki)

1 want you, Lulu (Darewski)

Mamie, mine, I like your eyes divine(Darewehd)

. ELLIOTT (The Chocolate

Coloured Coon)

-!

Mamie May (Barrett & Da,e-aski

the Chocolate Maier (Scott)

H"110 1 My Dandy (Elliott, Lee & Lawrence

Moon, Moon, Moon(Lawrence,

Mellor & Gifford

I've had my fortune told (Darewski)

Hello, Susie Green (Darewski)

Ragtime Soldier Man (Irving Berlin)

Oixie Dan (Seymour Furth)

)n the Mississippi (Carroll & Fields)

'm certainly lining a ragtime life (S. Roberts)

When the Mirlnigbt Choo"cboo leaves for

Alabam (Berlin)

don't want a Ragtime Coon C. Lucast

n Dixie Land with Dixie Lou Meyer)

he Ragtime GollilLog Man (P. Miles,

,oo(1-bye for ever 76 reenfiehi & Elliott) 1540 {All The Suffragette

want to be beside my girlie (J. C. Moore)

about Jim

There's a little baby in the Moon

(Godfrey & Wright)

My Moonlight Mango Maid (Ben Styler)

Baby, can't you hear those Wedding Bells?

(Aetkurý)

My Pearl of Peru (Darewski)

That dreamy dreamy, lullaby (M. Scott)

Leave all the loving to me (Hemley)

That naughty Melody (Meyer)

Way down yonder (Marshals)

Hello I Baby 1 (M. Scott)

Everybody loves our Baby (Mills & Long)

Blinky Bill (Lee, Llovd & Weston

sue, sue, wnat-s a coon to nor

(Roberts & Ltith

Baby Loo (Percy Edgar)

Good-night (Lipton & Neat)

I had such a beautiful dream (Lyle & Barntttj

My chocolate coloured candy-coated Kid

(Hampton)

You can't stop me from loving you, Lucy Lea

(Chas. Knight and J. Ntatj

My Picture Girl (H. F. Greenfield)

I've had a wire from the man in the moue

(Darewski)

Mr. Sun Suu Sun (Arthurs and Linsdale)

When she knows that I'm a Millionaire

19331 (Greeifisk4j

Sable, you're so condescending174

1.. F. H-1.r1

se. Vaal Duets, pages 35-37.

FRED ELTON

1171 f Spoons in Ragtime

and

(Pelham

his Piano

& Lang)

Stammering Sam (WVeslon, Barnes & Eltowl

The funny little bunny sonny had

(F. TV. Carter & P. El")

Should a Woman Tell?(Lamb,

Wells & Ellop)

JOE ELVIN

730

Life's little

Dentist's)

troubles

(Pink)

(Joe Elvin at the

Sunny Seaside (Joe Elvin has his bump*

read) (Pink)

WILL EVANS

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COMEDIANS

WILL EVANS-continued

COMEDIANS

HARRY FAY-continued

The Jockey

The Villain of the Piece

You do look well(Percival

Langley & Will Hyde)

On Laughing

'Arnessing an 'orse (patter)

Home, Sweet Home

Building a Chicken House, Part I.

(Evans & Astkurs

Building a Chicken House, Part 11.

(Evans & Artkurs

Yachting (W. Lowe A- Will Evans)

(Klnieht in Armour (W. Lowe & Will Evans

The

girl who lost her (Geo. Artkurs)

-

The wedding in the Farmyard (Geo. Arthurs) 1274

Ragtime Rosie

The wrong flat

Will Evans and Jim at the Seaside(Will

Evans)

Another of Jim's adventures (Will Evans)

1434 j Will Evans unveils a Statue

l Will Evans loses his umbrella

HARRY FAY

I tike your old French bonnet

(Mellor, Lawrence & Gifford)l

Has anybody here seen Kelly? 1393

(Murßiny & Letters)

They were singing " Home, Sweet Home 1398

(Datre)

Put on your old green bonnet (Lyle)

Molly O'Morgan (Godfrey) I Harry Fay

1 do like to be beside the seasideFlnrrie

Forde

284ýýjan3pn_

" , !,-

11419

ý1've - , -,

go. rings on my fingers (M. Scott)

3181 My wife's gone to the country

A. C«.,.ie.\I

V. I.... ..6, u

I wonder if you miss me sometimes (B. Scoit)11424

Your eyes have told me so (Carr Hardy)David

Boyd 1447

I ...ooh -- IT,Ji, c7./,.Yii

I may be crazy (Leslie Stuart)

Lily of Laguna (Leslie Stuart)

We don't want a girl (Cellers)

Harry Fay & H. Payne

By the light of the silvery moon (Edwards)

H. Payne & Quprtette

1 was standing at the corner of the street

(Forenby & Hunt)

I wonder who's kissing her now i (Howardj

I'm twenty-one to-day (Kendal)

She only kept on giggling (Christine)

Take me back to Yorkshire(Castling & Godfrey)

Alexander's Ragtime Band (Berlin)

I'm a devil when I'm annoyed (Hastings)Harry

Fay

I wanted a wife (Sheridan) Mark Sheridan

Everybody's doing it now (Btslin)

816 With Quartette

That Mysterious Rag (Berlin & Snyder)

With Quartette

836 On the old garden wall (Castling)

Z,The Ragtime Violin (Berlin)

All 12 -inch Records

Unless otherwise stated, all

The Raglune Goblin Mau (Von T 1zcr)_

Harry Fay & Stanley Ku}

It's a long way to Tipperary (Judg¬&Wilh

P.C. 49 (I6'. Hargreaves)

Songs

.o

and operas in Rag! üne

(David, Lee & -Frd$

Play something Irish in Ragtime

(Moore & Glover lice

Everybody's doing the Tango (A. J. M

(Bennett S

Sammy, come over here ! (A. J. Mitts)

(Bennett Sr

Hello ! Hello ! who's your lady friend?(Frag

When my wife's in, I'm out (1V. Hargre

The last train home to-night

(F. Godjrey & H. Gijj,

Oh ! to-morrow night (H. Carton)

I followed her here, 1 followed her the

323 ýI

( Wesfon & Ba

do like s'nice s'mince s'pies (David &

r_aho.. fho F:Ihorf /A-n.... s:-hl

.._''_-''-.'_--_''-ýý,ý.ý

Kiss me good-bye, my little Soldier(

(A. I. Mills) Jack R,

From Marble Arch to Leicester Square (1'

If it's a lady, thumbs up ! (David &

All aboard for Dixieland (Cobb)

Cheer up, Molly (L. Wright) r.

The Flag that never comes down Harr<

Fall In ! (with piano)

Are we downhearted?

Sydney Cu.

No-o-o 1

'

(Trevor & Pr

Roll up ! (A. T. Adams)

Sister's Susie's sewing shirts for Soldie

(Dar

Look out, Mother when the band beginK,

(Judge & Will:,

Bravo, little Belgium ! (Elton)

When we march through Berlin (L. Wri

Sandy Boy, my Soldier Laddie(Bennett:

Somebody's Boy (.L. Wright)

There goes my Soldier Bov (Savage)

Johnny U'Morgan on his little mouth

,

ý'!i. "

rnaeuor. oxrrola & Doan,;

Mother's knitting little mittens (H. Darn;`:P'

Molly McCarthy (H. Darewski)

Sing a song about

Follow the Sergeant

a sailor

(Mills

(Mills & Sc'.

& Godfrey) y

Kitty, the Telephone Girl (Gifford, {,-

Mellor & Godfrey) Hari

On the 5.15 (Murphy & Marshall)

Herbert Payne & Harry,' r

My wife's first Husband

Which Switch is the Switch

(Darewski)

Miss for Jpsr 4

At the roxtrot trail (.Ivey)

We're all North Couutrv Lads and Lai

Godjrey & Illy .'

ý.

The constant lover

Prudence (Finch)

(Finch) Han

Dolly G' S

Colonel Knut ((,oJJrry & Sheridan)

p- '. --, --l- --- A'A 7 -W ,

ý V W W V (hfeifor.

Gifford 6 Golfrvti+

Kaiser Bill is a merry old soul r

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_.ý. !ý !% ARE71 T7 A 7,- 0

V v1r1 LI-, 1 I KINa

HARRY FAY-continued

1

I

- - .ý. . sr.r" " . r-

UVIVi1 UIt11VZI

GEORGE FORMBY--ctd.

Oh, how can he sing an Irish song

( Le Boy & Kontor h)' 1495 I had my Land in aiv pocket (Pe)ham & LonSI

The rest of th? dal is your own (Davtid&Lox g)I

411 of a sudden it struck inc(Forrsby)

that yl ( e) J I soSbed and I cried like a child

4'Gethen Sandy McKie comes back to Inven-acpj" 1520 (Lipton & Formby)

They all do the CharliefChaol nnWatk coil) ßi536

y?g (:Bills & M. Scoit)i158O

Everybody's crazy on the Fox-trot

(AIi tls & M. Scott)I1344

Cassidy-private Michael Cassidy (Voewaeth)'

W91 What's the matter with me (" Dame Song ";j

M. Seott)j

Oh! Ohl Oh! for the right of a girt 1. J1605

1596? (Godfrey, David & TVeight)I

`Dance with your

tincle Joseph (Hargr.aves)h

f Pack up your troubles in your old Kit Bag 665

1608j (Powcit )

t getter get a gell (H. Dareu"ski)

1696

Meet me at Moon-time, Mary

1609 (David, Pe:sa & Wright) 1707

tAlong

the rocky road to Dsbt a (B. Grant)

1545 (jNobody loves me (B. Lee and C. Grey)

;1737

%Honeymoon Bills (Weston and Lee)1831

^ares Please ! (Bert Lee)

lfi(i =feet me at the corn,;:_- of the street

(Judge and Witlianes)J844

?n thc good ship Yac's.i:ür.kiDoola(3fersora)j

ý.1S92

c ._ .

:r;..U -....,a r-- .tio .,o... r- n-.,A

(Tunbridge)!

:'he Military Representative (Weston and Lee)

Any C,:,in.amts? No ! (itiestun and Lee)

33`.13 J Ped Up (Lei l and Costello)

I :ccep 5935

)ti walking F. Wood)

19Q8 The servan s' ball (Brahafn)

,nrh n --1 hnv.in 1 (7" W-)1

The Man was a stranger to me (Gonrsorj

Higher than you (Formby)

The Inquc.,t (Formby;

'Orrible 'Erbert (Lipton & Formby)

\Vhat do I care? (Formby)

If I'm not welcome, say z:) ( ore:by)

Sit down, we've all seenyou ! (Formby)

Frightened to go to sleep again

Did you see the crowd in Piccadilly P_

Twice nightly (Formby C Lipt ., )

To-Le: (Formby)

Grand!ather's Clock (Formby & Xergrtarra)

Jolly Formby & Lipton)

Oh, !::y 1 What a shame ! (Formby)

I'11 have to Le stopped (Formby)

I'm leaving (For+nb),)

hand words neeer die (G. Formby)

I had no another to guide me (F. 1V. CaM olj

Since I had a row with the wife (G. Fo'uebE!

The bells are ringing (G. Fcrnsby)

Gee up (Lipton & Formby)

Me, Me, Me (Formby)

Get behind (Fo mby)

I lifted the later and walked in (Formby B

Hydo)

Heigbo I (Formb

Loo6iug for Mugs in the Strand (Fowmbyj

1 NEverything (SVliva Kahm Jolson) I """

th

"Olliz

939 Dinke "-Diddlr-Unis Milos, Scoff! & Lon

696 / Geordie the

rain-car n Condnc`.or

}t

r n;, rr.ý_ rr.,..,. Jc. c>K?

1 ýGeord.ie the C

Great Big Plonking Kiss (Lneg & Scott) !

_

"w yo' gonna keep 'em down ou the Farm?

9;0J (Dor:aldsoe)

680

ay me trickle-y, tickle-ytune(lYeseon

& Lee)l

ster Pussyfoot (,A-fills & Castling)

F-Fercv (MeU o & Sarrettl

,e my Boy Pitman's Election

Pitmad's Trip to London

The Fishwife and the School Inspector

The tow for nowt (Alien)

(Silbermars & Grock) H. Fay

.':iooo's Big Bassoon (Leigh & Pother)

Murray & Fay

See Vocal Duets, pag.-5 35-37.

GEORGE FORM13Y

1336 arced my '.lair in the middle

en we all went marching in (David &

1349 } Murphy) (Hargreaves & Formby)

I a sport (Pelham & L rrp)

I 361

£379

goon taus ý,rrsr, ,caves cy rormoy

s ira' Wigan (Fonnh>

a Willie's Ragtime 13an.! !)avid&Mur{ýhy

in sing, I can dance (Pe?kam & Long)

ried (George Formby!

must he the clothes that I'm wearing

(Pelham & Long

nmercial Traveller (Pelham & Long)

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COlVIEDIANS I COMEDIANS

IT

TOM OI

-continued

I The Yo: kshireman in London; Part I. (Foy)j 637 I'm setting the village on fire (Merson,

2610 Tom Foy & Co., fake an rod woman's advice

The ±'orkshireman in London. Part If. (Foy)1 691 The Spaniard that hiightcd my life (ti

Tom For & Co },They

.l

can't find Kelly (,Ifersan

The Yorkshireman in London, Part III. (Foy)

mll9fa ' Tom Foy & Co. JOCK =MILLS (Scottish

The Yor,cshireman in London, Part IV. (Fov);

TornF"oy & Co. Comedian)

Ah've been. to a wedding (unaccompanied) 708 J Jess from inverness

1118 (Tom Foy)'

Nearly Mary lliclntyre

tredded (unaccompanied) (Tom Foy) 11-42 Girls it, Bonnie Scotland (J. Mills)

1191 ye had s,me money left me (Tons Foy) 1o'9lelntosh la own wie dearie (McKenzie D'urdoet

1 'ineteea bright poý.utds (George Stevens) 1143 :ilcGregor's trip to Lrndoa

1238 (J. Mills)

live and .'.rare uuaccompanied) (Torn Foy)

J. Mills`

ý (unacmpanied) (Term For) 11441

lä0d I've Leen eo .imrrica (patter) (Toni Foy)

W'Lere,

"° "",,. rý .,.:. .,,ý ..,ý,ý ýý. ý,..,>r

tcll me Nhr.ce

(D. Payne & J. Kills, arr. by TY. C. i'zni

ýý^ýý.ýýýý;cý.ýýýcýýýý^ýý.^~'

11 "--j We `° HAROLD MONTAGUE at he

1629 Wale: a;,ý.l Whales and 1'Veals (pnttrr) j HAROLD-

%78 f Div farewell to Sirby Brig (patter) (Tom Foy)i_ a imam

A tittle Sbpeherd (patter) (Torn Foy) 14yt .__ , 3act< _ rp,

.auntie

(,vontague)

Lb44 I tiore rronble, Part I. (Tom Fov) I Girls I have met !,1v ontague)

S M,.-. ý.' u-... it jr.-.., i,ý;.r I ( :Yhrn MacA nut her new bathing cncrnv.

I751 `~~-.~~~....^^ý`^~.~..' Getting r:v temper ah. ! (patter) (Tom Foy)'134a= ý-'`__--_'---_'-_-.='ý- (.M

( er

Ah''e bad i'no;e palled ! (patter) (Ton FGY)I A little bit-of London Town (4lontopw,

9sti ah ,n .im,,:,,,.a r'r,... rM,, X1610

. ,

71 should shav so ! (Jfontauu,l

A11 through t' black herse (Tont Fuel) I `too ltiue önacsmaiis ([.et)

IF47 la th- nnhndv elcr to rnrne?l.Slmetoý

THE JOLLY JESTERS i &uiaoc vou % (c,:srte)

iPAz rrro ;ýn-J nl ? harriwnrkinv ,nP r P.,..> a 11681 jDrake is going to Sea (Jler«3ak Bennet:)

"fwn iollv ý:A hnv: r p,..rvn.r.1 ýý wee, love, I bring thee uoashroc:ns (ICRr+t

AAF"ý ?+ýL- cýr,;,ii-ý.-,---. I f In that beautiful Island of Dr,!auis

tL.6

Tra-la-la (Pemce 3 YYhiUark) 1. fvo-ý

"fte Invasion ;Fr>vcse f Whitlock) I

.

The way to treat your

t i"'(L i.. ýrn:-ý..:,1i

parents

. Hasv

.1 ý.. - . . . . - . --... . - t7dt 1GC t7arLle that waea't (('tnrose ex it'Ktib6A) ý'

i G..n /ci.,,...a n.a.......ý

'`Y ý"'""-"` "G°"`"''"t

Lnoks (E. A. Searsan)

JONES

ýa swý ,T._ ine __TOM

inn veýe rover

The ll'ekhman in London

CHARLES

11917ýThat t contagious

PENROSE

laugh (C. Penrose)

WILL KUMING j1863J?r[A^laagnieg Triend (C. Penrose

lJd6 f Good-bye, Boys (FF. Vpn Tilzer)

11 it make you want ute (Long & Pelham)

t894 U1d ; uuny Meek (C.ri'enrnsä)

ALF LEIGHTOIV

J

.}1

know some funny tales Bert Leighton

1934 f Cadt etop laughing (Pnrose)

lRagtime Io.ugaing roan

.e s F.

Leighton

ti.a ngomh ._ amg nu - marsQenj ..

See L'oue! Duets, ja2r 33, 5-c)

See also under " Merry andrem,,. page ;

JOCK LORIMER

I

JACK PLEASANTS

$51 fj M s. Sandy McIntyre (Godlrev) j(She

makes nie walk in ragtime

lMacgregor, I'm him (Carter, Huenes & Meyn)ý1tO3( (1fi"+pky & Ca::-

S7 ff jonari,an dock McKenzie I I want to be pally with everyone

S Marge M errio (Yidgt:reF1 & Ke:-,:

diY2 Hari of Tobermory Oamts Sýa(arkey) 1119 I've never been married before (Kasgre

He was a Scotchrnan I shall eet in such a row (.Nurbkv & U.n'ý-

4D9J D'ye ken Bonu ie Mary? 11257 f Early Bird (F,ank Lea)

Bessie gear

3L"4 ((:hb.v-a.Iinn hnnrh wn III-ad

Turk McPherson (R. Beata»l

44i Heilan' trict)c igali

S. L...1 ,

l she's awfully 7e.Ions of me (L rang Leos

I r ( ,a;A.," ....,... ,., .1.. ;. (n-id a. r..)

!12991 One little two little three litt'e_ four i

(91er. Ktedrzl !

" - - . "---- - ------" - - - ----" ----- -- "

ýý

BERT A4.I,RSDEN

axao a.ucnnu tr . a.cot

I'm going away to be a Soldier (J. PlesJanld

btoher's so particular with me (F. LeOI

wa zaugn:cg

I know

among

some funny tales

ner[ mazsaen;i

Alf Leigh ton!

o n:ý ca1ý v;e sa:u was goou evcu

(Ja:k kasenfi

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COMEDIANS

JACK PLEASANT S-continued

COMEDIANS

ALBERT WHELAN

; f The Whistling Bowerv By

26

'ti'ny 3o they cal` me Archibald?

What

'

vur do ee luv oi?

gy¢ '1 Le Preacher and the Bear

i459.{ (Kendal & Godfrey){ y

.;Arizona)

TLn Whist,.,.. cam', i Ructurnl

15137 j Beiinda (t'lea'.in s)

Mether (David £y Lee)

Atbert üleisn. page 48.

I'.it6 '1 saust have my little joke (Pleasan':)

BILLY WHITLOCK

Its been a nice day to-day (Tom A: filar)

!o20,( W tching the trains come in (P. L.`) 666ý Guffaw, (laughing song) (Whit fcrk)

l l'II be walking up and down outside

Seccotine and

.554 r Betsy P,ruwn (Pleasasls)

GDie (laughing song) Vi'Rittotl%

1 Hey Ho ! for the

simple'lffe (Afefior) i

I'ot learning a s°ng for Cnristtnas A 16

(IT estvn and Lee 31

pin longing to go bock (Weston and Lee) A 17

1769) love Liczie (J. Plcasants)

1'". c got t-; go home looking well (1. endaii A 18

f73' tVby die, I foller 'er about (H. Trevor)

N, todv noticed me (S. Lee and G. Green?

'i 9S They can't find nie (Fronk Leo)

9I0

ctic would (D. Lipton.)

993 1)Thhc had lad of the Drama (J. Pleasauts)

1 Ding Doug (J. P(easants)

e:r. ) Ihe maue me uo it (Lee utt!t wýn,On;

1 Nýinnr."le

,,.l

I'hncnnrl. f P 1.an1

922 ! BILLY WILLIAMS

I must go home tc -night (Hargreaves)

it's a wonder what little things lead 1w

The Tale of Paris

Settle up and settle

:orman ±he Mormon (Pkäsants)

I 'm a, Dadda (1'kasanis)

dow3

The 013 Arm Ch::ir

The c:ýly bit of English we have ge

It's a grand old song is Home, Sweet Horn

(Williams & Godfr

Molly Mcintvre. fli'ütcar.ýs & Godfrey)

WVait till I'm as all as Father

& GodfrsyY

Where does Daddy go? (Witriar:+s & Godfrey;.'

It's mine when you've done with it

()'r'itliams & Godfrey'

The Kangaroo Hop rtl'illian' & Godfrey)

T Oh. the Sailors ( At ten o'clock at night (Foley) -

Seems also u:;de.

of the Kane

Kerikýtiors.

and Shetckes by

JACK ROGERS 96.5 (r'il& Soldier

Sty vonng man is not a Chocolate Sooli ier

( hiss me goad-bye, my little soldier f H'sliiams & Godfeeyx

L3Biý (;q, t, Mild Jack Rogers' Nobody knows `vow to kiss rt.e

,filbert the 1lilber t(!-errman Fuck) Harry Fay' 983 1 (Li'i+liarms 6in,tfrry -

1 Nish I were back in Lancashim

ERNEST SHAND !... (11 i'iýorns & God!,cyj.

That brake tip the party (Davin. Lee) '°.-

8`19{ We really had a most delightful evening `1041

ý, (Uavut c, Lee)l

1D64{ X ing Rufus (Shand 6 Wick)

T ý.11.,h..

ICL,.....1

ki24; The Ragtime Curate (Bert Ler.)

t BY the S ýa (David & Lee)

.C

11....ý...\ f

-1 NC to t ttt sr '- ..,,",

Squeeze her, Ebenezer (W0t;sei9 & Godfrey3

Sheila O' Niel (lVilliaais & Gcifrev)

We all live at No. 24 (Williams & Gcdfrey)

Oh ! for another day at Slareate

5053 S (Williams & Gai,hsyt

O ! that Ragtime Woltz(Williams

& Godfrey)

( Giving a donkey a st!av terry

BURT SHEPARD

lIO88{ (William* & Godfrey)

Laughing Song Burt Shop hard

553 Tickle me, Timothy (Barnes)

L Johnny Wakefield

MARK SHERIDAN

i s;ýr e another have.

rL,,, one toeethrr ,. ,ý

IIwanted a wife (Sherdani Mark Sheridan i13505

(Godfrey & Williams)

31t l, Im a devil hen I'm annoyed (Hastings) Good-b:e, R:rbtime (Gntfrey & tVrt;ams

1401 }

Harry Fay I shall have to ask my Mother if she'll let ms,

here wo are again ßt380 (Godfrey & Wilhars)

lgkm put the Kibosh on the Kaiser Wben Mother backed the winner of the

Derby (Godfrey & Williams)

SA

i'IY SHIELDS Our little kid


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UUMJ 1J!ANS. SKETCHES AND

BILLY WILLIAMS--contd. DESCRIPTIVE

{i.ittle Willie's Woodbines (Weston & Barnes)'1406 jj(Christmas in Camp, Part T.

8710{ Why don't Santa Claus bring something to)Christmas

(,

in Camp, Part II,

me? (li'illiams & GodJrey).1407

Recruiting Descr'l- e

RECITATIONS England's Honour Godfrey Icg

The Landing of the Australian Troc;

VENIE CLEMENTS

s al

146s Egypt Descr,rI ivt

Australia will be there (For Auld Lan- `:

607rHumomus

ael

Stories about Children, Part I.

l

(Skipper Francis) Stanley K:.4

13umerous Stories about Children, Part II.

LYN HARDING DICK DARBY

3087 f Lasca (Dcspres)

l Gunga Din (Rudysrd Kipling

A German on the Telephone

(By permission and app,ovalof Tosn Ckre) GODFREY KING

1114

j

Mr. G. H. SNAZELLE

E407 f England's Honour

Recruiting

PAULINE

Godfrey Kingl

Descriptive(

POTTER

AWhistling Yarn (G. H. Snazelle)

BLUFF & WHITLOCK

1196 {Tom The Fairy at the Fountain(arr. by Miss Potter) Shipwrecked (Bluff & Whitlock)

Thumb (:irr. by Miss Potter) 1619T Schmidt and the Special Constable

ALBERT WHELAN

262fThe Three Bears

Three Little pigs

2äl.! Puss in Boots

lack and the Beanstalk

44f Little Red Riding Hood

Teeny Tiny Woman

CinderellaO!d

Mother Goose

Death of Little Nell (Old Curiosity Slop)

Little Lraily (David Copperf eid)

11633JBiIiy

'tBilly

at the Pictures (Bluff & Whitlock.

at the Play (Bluff & Whitlock)

DICK DARBY

;1173f How Bill Adems v-on the Battle oi,Wat

On Strike (Chas. Pond)

THE " GRIGS "

A Music Hall Matinee The " Gc

744 Little Tommy went a-fishing (unaccomp..nies

(Mary) Zono. Concert Quart°!'^

The Prodigal's Return (with choral effects) j J. II . rl%t%ANM i.L' v O L 1ti 1 J

£54 Au interrupted story Percy Clifton & Mi11e Äl5M

Arry and family °

at the Z.oo, Pzr[ T. (L:

56% The he Quark Doctor

Percy Clifton{

Wreck of a Troopship

'Arry and family at the Zoe, Part II_ (L,%,

I Departure of arroonshio A T D4DT Q7T7T; T A Ar

((( Football Match, N. 1, Newcastle United v.(

rýwýr aý AL n aaa.a.n.if

1565 Manchester City IThe Wedding Breakfast

FooD tball Match, Nn. 2, Manchester City v.ý 2671 arby and Joan's Christmas

Ne,ccasile United (assisted by Miss Amy AugarJe)

J WGfl:V3YC lV I.üC Sllüg

EI23 aad Qucen, part ý. ý HARRY TATi;

A Lancashire Crc.,";d'ti welcome to the King I

ead Queen, Part 11.

,

- 11 1- , 1-- 1--1 "T!'7ýlrlr.1 "T AIPT.'

I &---

890f Motoring

Landing of the British Troops in France Fishing

(LLtroducing the chorus of the world

I

_ ýa"h ist cd, etc.) Dc eriptive! f God Save the King Solo & Chore

I la, Mjr,vi'tiisc (with crgan) R. de Lisle) I Rule Britannia Solo & Cho.os

Zono. Concert Quartetter The British Grenadiers

E404 f Christmas Raiile 1 398- Black Diamonds B.-d

Christmas Waits 1 God Bless the Prince of Wales Solo &CL 1 '

2405 Christmas on a Trno Ps hi P Heazts e

- ---of

Oak - ------ -- ----- Solo Ro Chi : >>

LUristm,t, in Actica tCoronation March Black Diamonds &iml

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Page

Pago

-b' my Rov Murray

.t

Fay45All Hail, thou dwelling (" Faust ")

hide with S1e Black Diamonds Band A 20 5 J. Hislop (with piano) A 156.27

bile with Me Church Choir 250 38 All Hail, thou dwelling pure and jowly

with Me Miss Vielcl Elliott A 3226 Harold H,ilze 37334

ß A:Iies in Camp. Part I v;th Ste, and other Hymns

Peerless Orchestra A 182113

K ;z: Coriertina) Ales. Prier.e 45i 17 Allies in Camp. Fart 2 Peerless Orchestra A 1821:1

^t (Cornet Solo) Black Dia+nonds Band 1372! S All jr-y be thine fiarold Wide (,calk piss,) 1531!34

ýlamation Waltz Peerless Orch. A 10213 All of a sudden it struck me

Gcerge Forr.Lr 1495j44

and Galatea "-Love in her eyes All people that on earth to dwell Church Choir 248;33

Sydney Coltham A 202 22: All people that on earth do dwell-" The Old f

the iar,blue hills, Marie J. Ckeetham A 8823 Hundredth " Lads o' th' Moor Bend 1659111

d'ces, to Boy Scouts , iAll's Well Ernest Pike & P. Uaerson 52785

Sir Robert Baden Powell 1241 2 All that I ask is love (Cornet) F. Fettiewell 790117

ý_n;in etntien March (Concertina) A!ez.Prince86l 17 All that I ask is love Ernest Pike 682132

L-al s Broom, l he Beverlev Curtis 511 2f All that we said was good-evening I

1 ;rat's Yarn. The Peter Dawson 10052_5 Jae. I'leesavts 144645

dva :ce, Austrrlia fair Orpkeuc nuartetie 1442 39 All the hearts in all the world Herbert Payne 1!=r11,31

i.oc Water J. B. Mack.ane 1(029 All the Hits. Part 1 Blar.k Diamonds Band 1571; a

" :! Water Sydnev Cobham (watt piano) A e9022 Ail the Hits. Part 2 Black Diamonds Said 1571' 8

h Ah ! Ah I There you are again ! All the time you're longing for H illarnev

Florrie Forde 15115 40 Fl,nrie Forde 1467ý4O

l.:.r rs'elui (' Traviata"I "L'Incognita" G.O.11, 3 All the while Bes.:ie faces 1599128

üi;guisc3 (Patter Record) Torn Foy 181646.AII the world will be jealous of me

-eowt of my delight Royal Geemmna Orch, 1'323'!"

Syiruy &:Holtham (ruith piano) A 137 23 All the world will be iealous of me (with Ck(ras)i

Wvr ,een to a Wedding Herbert Payne 1809,3:

Tom Fa (unacrompanied) 111846 All through I. black horse (Patter Record)

had t'nose puiled I (Patter) Ti,',. Foy 175146

Torn Fry 1616'48

- _

.a t'aarasia (Viol:.) - iAloog the rocky road to Dabliu Harry Fay 1509j44

Marv Law (reith pian6) A 19920 Along the way to Waikiki (Gku'ele r-irh Pi-um)I

-.1

"-Now to the Hall the Priests proceed', Juar. Alio;a 1629;20

dldme. Violeta and Erbest Pike G.O. 9 3 Always Stanley Ks>hbv t(3,28

da (Processional Maccb) Always Zono Concert Quartette ("mu

Black Diamonds Band A 9: Amateur Theatricals Tom Foy .?,105739 764 i4:

'dine firnest P ke SO 30 Amazon March, The, Tv-step i

Mme John Gardsley A_3822

"orb. Diarhonis Band 10381 1

PreNess Ureheslra 1108 13 America ýlar.euxa ae Concert -B t( ornet`

nna Sam Oi J,eus Oua,ieite 315'381- Slew,, Caff..,eifi )277113

'ý ! Vus; Cbimes (" Maritaiia " ) *

, American Natioüal Melodies, 1'nrt I. '

Atdme. During 58(. 26,

,

. Black Dfamo:+ds Band 177

lo!^n, on My Fertile Plains ' American Nationol Mie'odic Part 11. 1

;e`,ander's

Ernest Pike and Peter Damson A 7335

Ragtime Band Harry Fay 797 t4 American Patrol

Bta.k

(Barrio)

Diamonds Band 1771 9

Oily Oakley 696'15

"`"ander's I2aetime Band Peerless Orchestra 997 13 Amoretten Tanze.

b-ý,

where art thou? Jcseph Cheetham A i(' 23-Amour de Fatrie,

where art thou? (Piano solo) G. Goodstl 95, 19,Anchcr, d

Waltz Peerless Orchestra A 35r12

March 8(k.Dia,Ho+:.Is Ed. I?15ý 8

Josrph Lycett 279 Y8

e., where art thou? Lnnest Pike 487 71!Anchoc' Weighed, The Harold W1We 172154

, where a-t tihou?

and Harp)

Ii `-board for Dixieland

(Violin. 'Cello, Flute

. Francini Quartette 144'21

Harry Fay 139344

And a litt',-- Child shall lead them H. Payne 481 59

Andante and Rondo cappricciuso

David Rirkarais (Piano So!,)) A 10119

aýnard for Dixieland Peerless Orchestra 1355'14 Andante fu'ith Piano! Miss Him Lccn l6612ß

aý' .i

:-out ]im -- ---- - WiR - F.vatis - 549 13ýAndante';antati1e, --- Op.2 - English String QOte.A21191 15

`:'.nge or Lianfairfechan Fay & Kirkby 767'GIAndante Rzliggioso t

Ct r V: The Miller n' Hirn Mary Leu (Violin Sol,, milk Piano) A ^_i 1.20

i-(nzie and the Auld Whee! 'Andante, from Mcndelssohn's Concerto, Op. C4

lin Solo) Jrott S¢.infttr 11420 (Violin, uitb Piaw) Miss Maie J.,v A 131 20

F! F ý!! tr..;1 the Power Chur

,;h

Clwir 145 38 An Evening to Toledn Bl,wk Diamonds Ba3d A 96 5

=1ai1 the Pow-'r

___ _ -, An Even in; Song Harold 11'slde 301134

- ý, usa.7e»I; eanrce c,no:s saa"st,{?-u isv"cing oong

.il the Power (in R'ekh) Sydney Colthar.n (mi:h F'iano) A 180122

'`'.:re. U!a.1en.1 1Nd.k lA.nsFie[. 352BBA-,Aina 9'mn-c- Hror., Gu,n,is hand 537111

._._ý...ý ..ý.....r..ý..ý_.ý __I.....--ý ý.. ..ý ___ .... ....... . ... . ..ý__

:ithe Power of Jes,1's Narne ýAngeiS Guard Theý--" Jocelyn "(wiY1 Piano anti:

rnde nn, 44.v.s Rawrt lßti.11i V.nl:" nhhlioatnl l:ri.tF.em % 21;i22

61 .l",ý.in.v

hail thou dwelling, " Fauet "(Violin 6 Hostel

.Angels ci Motu Foster Richardson I69I 33

'"gat,) /i. Southgate and het Sister Dorothy 1911;2){An Idyll /.o+:¢ Levey 1482.42

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-®. Pape _'c§

An interrupted Siw, Farcr ..'itton & Miller 154142 At Dawnine fir Colthan (i¬ith Piano) 1422

An Irish folk seng Finest Pi ft b76i32'At Fiunigan's 3a!1 Will Strung aid Murray 17;03

Lee Harold Wilde

,Annabel

753i341At Love's beginning Madame E. Joses-

.Anuie Laurie Robert Burnett 20122 Hodson & Pet" Lamson A'9'3

'Annie Laurie Sid;ze; Cs(tham (with Pinto) A I0l,22!At nine o'clock he ruf the sack Medic Scott 15.5.42

,:Annie Laurie; Piano Solo) Chas. Goodall 130.19.A Trieste (" Onccard t, Trieste ")

,9nnie Laurie (1 :Ain and Slustel Orgs-u Black Diamonds Band 14n6 8

Elsie Southgate and her .Sister Dam on:y 1325121

.'st -10 o'eiock at night jack Plca,arals

-146946

Laurie. (Orchestral Acrerdien) At the

-eAnnie

end of a beautiful day Harutd 14'ilde 1440)1

Professor Gm mri lle 1770'13 At the end of a lane cf shadows

r',nnie's Tryst Aelorscn Nicol 702 29ý Foster Rftbordsnn ib')7c3

An old Garden Ernest Pike a," At the Fox-trot Ball harry Fay 14') 44

Guy Merritt (u-ilk Piano) 145436. At Zon:erset Fair Murray cad Lentos lä4':37

iAn old Highland -Iody ('Cello) Auld House, The Heeler Grant 7!27

Jan Bieten'aith Piano) 153; !6 Auld Lang :iyne P. A. Hope '5,21

,Another littl" drink Brocks, Henry & Collins 164,1 36 Auld Robin Gray ('Cello, it irk Piano)

.Another of lim's Advcntnres Will Crass 136244 fan Linden 1.12116

Anvil Chorus Bin ,4 Diamonds Band 873 7,Arld Robin Grav (Vi, 1.,n & :Vtts!el Organ)

:Any Complaints? No Harry Fav 1878'44 Elsie Saotkgrite @ her Sister Dorothy 1. ^".21

.Anywhere in Ma nsinud Flonie Fnrje 1053 40. Auntie Skinner's Ch'ckan Dinner Collins "ild'I 42

l pacite Dance

'>Apart

Black Diamonds Band 424; 6 Australian Songs,

Ernest Pike 565!32

Medley Slam ti

Black Diamonds Band 1025 8

for ýI,030 000

,kIppeal Soldiers and Sailor.

for maimed

Harry Lander

Scottish- Australia

G.O. 281 21

will be there (For Auld Lang Syue)

Stanley Kirkby 14C-` Ii

.Appla-blossom Iliac with von

Lorne Brooks r.,ed

Austria Howe Guards Band, i4,, tö

Herbert Pay"te

,April of my Heart, The-" Yon in g Eneiaud

Harold Wilde

172137 Austrian

" Austrian

17.;0".35

Cadets (Concur

National Anthc

,a 'olo

i (list

I , r rge King

a Sol,)

ran 7:;tdenrr 1 s'S

-Arbucklenia't Polka (Conned)

Chas. Smith (moth Piano'

Actomobile March

1014!17. Autumn (Pianoforte)

Barrel Orgaa l

Paul Astor -

A Iý, .9 "i

Arra.tiaa=

Arcaliaus,

;.Seier'ion) Bbr, A' L-4anwuds Band 610:

The S,,lertion I

C Clark f)iamonds land A 179'

7 Antenna Song (Violin, Flute and Harp)

Francini

6 Ave Maria (Violin, 'Cello and Piano)

Trio A 3'22

4b,^'21

,Arcr:lians, The Selection :

;Ave Maria Black Dianvrnds Band A 179: 6Ave Maria

(In English)

(Violin & .l ustel

A1d,ne.

Organ)

Deering 4-:35

we all here? B;11, II'illiaons 101'247 Elsie Southgate & her si:ler Dorothy 14 is 21

A. we dorrn:iearo-i? No-o -o? Harry Fey 1402 44 awake

Are s."e darsvnhearted ? No-o-o I Flarrie Forde1408 40 "1,e,

Ernest Pike 91,;92

Ah am upset

S'nI'c -h Ihn non? YiorrieForde153440Baby

Are you front Dixie Baby Boo March

Jark Henry & Charlie Collins 1648 361 Band of H.Af. Royal

\.c you going to dance? Baby, can't you hear those

Lanahy Douglas B- Ernes: Pike 894.36;

A,e You the Litt!a Giri? Baby Loo

Tom Foy 8''. 45

Herbert Payne 171,

frisk Fusiliers 11,

wedding h ells

G. H. F.-lliodl 15.,

G. F. E1!ioll 1 f

Are

Flank lVil/L,ns & dliss McCarthy IL'7 35'Baby Tank Fox-trot Black

you !';ere r "--Roseslay ßamy's Sweetheart, Serenade

_2Iiss

Diaraondn Bond 1"

Peerless Orch. 1.

Bessie Jones Ari;e,

12442s Bacchanal Rag, The

shine Church Choir 819ýI38.Cacln, hack to Tipperary

P,"erles_ Orch. 99

Florrie Force 14?

z.rizona

,"1;

Herbert Payne (with Chorus) 1762131'I3ack, back to where the hen-her grows

izona Roc al Cremona sAnlette,

r)rch.

Selections, Nos. I & 2

16,15.14

Back from the land

Lauder G.O. 2-

of

2

Yesterday Black Diarnotvis Bard 1321 9

(rcilh Chorus

Ileröert Payne IC)

--:Ann., Arm, ye Brave 1 (" Judas Maccabaeus "i; 'Back

Foster Richardson A 196133'

to the Camp Marc!,

Black Diamonds Band If

Armourer's Gitt, The Bad as you are, I love you Herbut Panne 10"

Peter Da;n-son (with Piano) A 23025 Bad lad of the drama, The Jack Plea:ants 184-

B,rmourQr's Song, T" i


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.'

w:: of Allan Water ('Cello, ;r it,'( Pia;,o) Belpheger Mcrch (Concertia;a, with Piano) i

; na Li:-era 1421,16' jams flume 1785157

an;re Bay Slaale.r Kiril y 915'28.Benditbiaist Coed y Mensydd

arl,ara Allen Arne

.1 Pike 49732, Miss T. Bedyeoaale (eith Piano) 1129;99

-:nrr of Seville Black Diamonds Pored A51; 5. Beneath thy window-0 sole u:io ((ornet)

nrcýroile Peerless Orekestea A 26;12 Signor Caffarelh (eilh Piano)1341.t7

ar.a:olle (Vocal Duet! Mass Annie Rees it ! Benediction of P gr.eres Emit Guards b'aea 156;11

Miss Violet Ol;ber:.skaw l161,'16 Pen the Boson Peter Dawson 1047121

ar:arolle, " Tales of Noffu:aun " (Conoertina). Bcrceuse (t'iolia & Muste! Grgan

(with Piano) (], lfunae) 1938.14; Elsie Southgate & her sister Do,oi.6y 15:.5121.

ar.;zclie, from " Tales of Hoffmann " 'Bettie and Belinda, Slarc TPo-step

Franciri Qoaetelte 135? 21' Black Diamond; Band 1684 1

arz"e!le, from " Tales of Hoffman

0':-' s ti Mush.: Organ)

" 'Be Thou Faithful-" St. Paul "

Sydney Co"./rar.

1

A 2371129

Elsie Southgate & her sister Dorothy 1554i2lBetsy Brown Jack Pleasants 166046

,,rn L'snce Black Diamonds Band 628! 7 Better Land, The (CGrnel Solo) Mr. Godard A 77117

take

-..s, me home again Philib Rilte 21633. Better Land, The Ernest Pike 49641

=.ýiýo;rbe Fair Alfred t

- rrta rr(witit Piauo) 149229'.1 etty Selection, Part I Peerless Ork-: fra A 1940

Rc::Js of Arlen-13r-c use be was a Betty, Selection, Part 2 Peerless Orchestra A 174;18

Boric 1 ad-De'il among the Tailer: I

Betty Waltz Peerless Orchestra 151 l 14

(B 2g:,ipes, with Drain s)Pipe -lfajor Forsyth 711 151 Bid me 0, iscocree

attic Fve, The E. Pike & S. Kirkhy 52K36, ildme. Eleanor 'ones-Hinson A 2333

a'.le sl,'rch of Delhi Black Diamonds 13a,d Prague

Stirl.ng, The

Black Diamonds Ba;.d

J. H. Scotland

993 ? Bid me Good-bye

997 7.Bien Ames Waltz Black

255:'7. Big Bass Drum, The

Sydney Colth.n.

D, ' ct'ls Band

Peter Da:r;on

Ibi;ýtf

A 2531 ß

109324

'i of wasn't, The

3scav" The

the Drum, The

The Jelly feste,s

Peter Dowse',

Geo. Parker

1436 40 Big guns March

A 25'25 Billy at the Pictures

19469' Billy

Flack

lf'kitlork

Diamonds

& Harry

Band 8881 7

Bluff 163SI44

,it Baby D-41 H. Payne (with Chorus) 142230;Billy at the Play

Birds, Sing co ,Billy

!i. Payne (with Bhstting) 47529,"

er.m_iist Garden of Roses P. 'Ifoaweil 36429'

i`;al Isle of the Sea Afd,ne. Deeüng ! I

H. Payne, P. Damson e- ',t'. Stewart 533137"

s

Whitlock & Harry Bluff Ib33'4P

Bing Boys "--College Days H. Isyve 1838_5

Bing Boys "-First love, lust love, b(-set I ne

Royal G,emona Orchestra 1836114

Bing Buys "-First love, last inve. nest love

Eyes Arthur Grav 24 271

üish `" St.coley itekhy 1050'28."

Freda Fairchild and H. Payne 1838117

Bing Boys "-Ht.-Ito, New tor:,

le..a ase Joseph Cheetham A 9633, Hebert Payne 1839'71

'"--- Haro;d Bilde 83'34'" Bing Boys "-Something Oriental

ce

ee=use

to locin

?.ono Concert

(Cornet Solo)

Love Song

Quartet!, (un+m.)

Peer'le=s Orchesrrt

Pets, Aa,rson

10,7139;

1451114'"

5}925'

-

Bing Girls

turning

"-Let the

Herbert Pa-'ne 1ä3u1;1

great b-g world keen

Ernest Pike l7cljbe

o.n Love Song George Parker A 244,2 Bing Boys are here, The " Selection 1.

'0 Turn;.; (Fox-trot)

. Frei (ess Orch. 148.5114; Black Diamondr Band IG3i( I

I- the Battle. F. Pike ti P. Dawson A 115.34;" Bing Boys are here, The " Selection It.

.re you came Black Diamonds Pend 1P,3ä. !

S"rdney C,, [ham (with Piano) 1317122 Bing Boys on Broadway, S- lecti;,as, Part[ I & 2;

I. ec Serenade Black Diair-onds Band 733 T Black Diamonds Band 1834; ':)

7 otio:ýat Anthem " Bing Boys, The " Waltz I

Zone

Gonce,t 5Iuariette (with Piano) 141539: ý Flack Diamonds Band 17131 P

elXj,i4'.; put the Kibosh on tine Kaiser Pirclrous Cobanim Chief Cantor Sir,:a 652,40

.Mark. Shertdar. 1401 46 Bird of Love Divine

cl all those endearing young charsi

Miss Bessie Jon s (u'i:h Payne! 122);21lt

Harold Wilde 681',34 Pird of the Desert, The, Mama

Jask Pfeaa"ýes 1507146 Black Diamonds Band 1315 1

,+n Btu, Ribbon Herber! Payr:e 1931 311Bird of the Wood (Pic


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

Paýae 1 ,9'

Blind Ploughman, The Fos.'%r Richardson 192933jBravo, little Belgium Harry Pay 14?0.44

Biinky Bill G. H. Elliott 1631 4Breakfast in Berl Harry Lauder 6641 2

Bloom is on the Rye, The Harold Wilde 141'341Brian of Glenaar Foster Richardson 1575132

Blow, Blow, thou winter wind Bride of Lammermoor, The Miss Alvena Yarrow

,I

Mr. Robert Radford G.O. 321 4 Miss Amy Augarde, F. Pike, Thorpe Bates,,

Blue Alsatian Mountains, The Ernest Pike L. Stanley & P. Dawson G.O. 10: 3

and ay Merritt with Piano) 1431136;Brief Life is here our portion Church Choir 248'38

Blue Alsatian Mountains, The Harold Wilde 1721,.34'Brise des Nuits Waltz B1aclDiamonds Band 1914110

Bluebells Tubapkone I46191Britain's Defenders, March

IB1ne Bells of Scotlac-t Mdme. Deering 471126 Bloch Diamonds Band 1514ý 8

i-Blue Bells of Scotland (Celeste) G. Franklyn 1584'16! Britannia Overture Black Diamonds Band A 1.a' 6

.Blue Bells of Scotland (Concertina, with Piano) 'British Bull-dog'd watching at the door, The

Janus Hume 171717; Harry Lauder 14-1 2

:'Blue Blazes Fox-trot Black Diamo ds Baud '.941110;Britisb Cavalry, March Home Guards Band 241'i

Blue Bonnets Hector Grant 70:27 British Grenadiers, The

Blue Bonnets, March, &c. Pipers&Drummers 1152,19 Black Diamonds Band 598. 7

Blue Danube (Grand Piano) I )Broken Doll, A Louis Brooke 1643 22

Rudolph Svinsrfeldt 43719 Broken Doll, A Royal Cremona 0-ckeslra 1731'.1

Blue Danube Waltz " Twins "ýnnceit Band 194ý112'Broken Melody, The ('Cello) Van Biene A 60:6

Blue Dragoons, The Peter Dawson 1054' 251 Brooklyn Belle (Concertina, with Piano)

Blue Eyes Earnest Pike 153232 JJ Hume 1864;17

Blue Skies n[ Bredou Brown-eyed Sue G. H. Elliott 119: a?

Sydney Coltham (with Piano) 1281222,Bryn Calfaria (In Welsh) Welsh Quartette 352,218

Bobbie Boy Foster Richardson 160133', Buck up, Auntie

t"BoccaccioBoccaccio are oý Guards Band 371I1tiBugeilio'r

(at the Piano) 1497116

Part I (GeaHof Gwenitl G

Zono.

}Rogue

Operatic Party A 70401 Edward Davies (with Piano) 1127',25

Boccaccio," Part 2 (Gems from) !Building

a Chicken House, Part I. Will Evans85"i 44

Zono. Operatic Party A 70.40' Bcilding a Chicken House, Part 11. Will Enans82i 44

" Bohemian Girt "-Fantasia (Violin, with Pianal )Bull in a China Shop, A )VIanhkttea Jazz Bd. 191 f'..1

Mary Law A 231i20Butlfighters March, The Black Diamonds Band

Bohemian Girl " Overture I 152 8

Black. Diamonds Band A 2471 6'13urn's Hornoipe and Peter''Street Hornpipe

Bohemian Girl "Overture 2 ! (Melodeon) James Brown. (irilk Piano) 114611

Black Diamonds Bard A 2471 61Butterfly, The Peerless Orchestra 165:-.'14

Bohemian Girl " Selections

1 But who may abide (Messiah)

Black Diamonds Band 417; 6' Foster Richardson A 18&""t

" Bohemian Girl "-The Heart bowed down By order of the King, March

Robert

-Radford G.O. 34; 4, Black Diamonds Band 1324, 8

Bohemian Girl, The " Nu. 1 (Gems from) ' By the Blue Lagoon Frank Williams 21235

Zono. Operatic Party A 15140`ßy the Fountain Ernest Pike 485 31

'"' Bohemian Girl, The," No. 2 (Gems from By the Fountain Ernest Pike

Zono. Operatic Party A 15;40,.

and

Guy Merritt (milk Piano) 1431'JÄ

Bolero, " Vern.: Sicilians " By the Light of the Silvery Moon

Miss Elisabeth Newbold G.O. 311 4: H. Payne & Quartette 3S7 20

Bonnie Backs of Loch Lomond, The By the Old Quayside (with Pianos

Mdn".t. During 471.24; Foster Richardson 151 33

Bonnie Banks n' Loch Lomond

.By

the Sea Ernest Shand 11211'

Hatherley Clarke 1574124 Ca-bages, Ca-beans, Car-rots Florrie Foyde 194c '"

Bonnie Dundee Anderson Nicol 836.28'Cabin with the Roses at the Door, The

Bonnie Lass o' Baliocb'uyle, The I I Valkerley Clarke (u ilk Chorus) 176'1 24

J. B. Macklare 10829;Calf of Gold. The " Faust "

Bonnie Leezey Lindsay Harry Lauder 689. 2 Robert Radford C.O. 1 ` 4

Bonnie Magg:'c Tarrson Harry Lauder G.O 181 2, California anti You Herbert Payne 192'

Bonnie Wee Artie Harry Lauder G.O. 381 2',Caliph of Baghdad, Overture

Bonnie Wee Thing Alfred Heather 301:27j, Black Diamonds Band A 6;. '

Border Ballad, The Peter Dawsmt 914l2Sallnr Bert in' Miss Esther Yunson 70!'34

Bo'sun's Lament, The Peter Dawson 1047125'Call of the Angelus, The (Intermezzo)

B-.-clanger March Black Diamonds Band 6441 71 Peerless trrckeslra 15i

Is.sctding Bounder, The Harry Lauder 550 2Call, The, March Black. Diamonds Band 161

" Buur.d to Win," Selection, Part I. j 'Call to Arras, March, A Black Diamonds Band 9:+

Black Diamonds Band 1729', 9,Calvary Peter Dawson 6.

" Bound to Win," Selection, Part 11. Ca' the yo"ves to the knower

Bloch Diamo.ds Band 1729 9, Miss Esther Yunson 93= "^

Bound to Win," Sei'ction, Part 111. 'Cameronians' March Home Guards Band 19,_"0

Black Diamonds Band 1730; 9;Carnp Concert, Ibe, Part I

Bound to Win," Selcai


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

Con'!. you bear me calling, Caroline? (with "Cherry Ripe Mdme. Deering A 21126

Fiano) Peter Dawson 1919,26-Chicken Reel Twc-step and Buck Dance

Ca:.-roe Garibaldina Black Diamonds Band 1456 13; Peerless Orchestra 1178118

Cue:r.uctta (Violinl Prof. Ranaato 464 20 Children's Hcme, The Harold Wilde 141 34

lr.e:onetta in 1:5 English String Quartette A 19515 Children's Voices Ernest Pike 496131

n- ^ý .'auce, one or two step Peerless Orch. 141214 Chime again, beautiful bells

Cop-e-ante-" Marche de Concert " (Piar.c) Hati:erley Clarke (with Chorus) 16001124

Paul Astor A 215.19Chiming tells of long ago I

1:. r1 taio Mac Faster Richardson 1543'33. Ha(herley Clarke (with Chorus) 1600'24

ente Valse Home Guards Band 13110IChin, chin-Selection 1

C:;,ikon in Eb hlack Diamonds Band 733, 71 Black Diamonds Band 162', 8

so en "-Gipsy Sccg Mdme. Violella G.O. 91 31'Cbin, chin-Selection 2

_:rnen "-Halanera Mdme. Vialetla G.O. 9', 3; Black Diamonds Band 1624, 8

C-,rsirv dlareb " Twins " Concert Band 194'12 Chinese Patrol (B..njo Duet) I

C-.rmen," Part 1 (Gems from) , Alfred Camme}er & Oily Oakley 134015

Zono. Operatic Party A 50'40,Ching a ling hooch aye Jock Lorimer 843'14

Carmen," Part it (Gems frorn) ',Chip of the old block, A

Zono. Operatic Party A 5040 Peter Dawson (with Piano) 173626

Carmen," Selection Black Diamonds Band A 271 5 Chocolate Major, The G. H. Elliott 635142

uare:ea " Selections, Part I. 1Chocolate Soldier, Waltz

Black Diamonds Band A 220 61 " Twins " Grand Orchestra 370 14

f e men " Selections, Part II. Chorale, The (' Faust ") Peter Dawson,

Black Diamonds Band A 220 6j Harry Thornton & Chorus G.0.61 3

Carmen "-The Flower Song H. Wilde 373134 Chorister, The Joseph Cheetham A 60 22

Car:-ion "--The Toreador Song !Chorus, Gentlemen I Stanley Kirkby 37428

Peter Dawson and Chorus G.O. 121 XChrist Arose Mdme. Deering, Miss A. Augarde,

Ernest Pike, P. Dawson & TV. Stewart 535,37

Carnival of Venice (Violin) Jan Rudenyi 73 Christchurch Chimes Black Diamonds Band 596 7

Caro Name (" Rigoletto (Christian, dose thou see them?

"")L'Iucognita " G.0. 5 3' Church Choir Ywith Organ) 917 38

Ernest Pike (with Chorus, Piano and

! ChIistians, Awake I Church Choir 32838

Celeste Accompaniment) 1429'32

-I; on, Madelon H. Payne 1931131:Chiistian, seek not yet repose Church Choir 343 38

-ass

(1", March Black Diamonds Band 1384, 8lChristina's Lament Miss Violet Oppenshaw _

.are' Home) Annie Rees (with Piano) 1126!32 (wick Piano and Violin) A 140129

ao lanze " Twins " Grand Orchestra 321 14iChristmas Carols Black Diamonds Band 951! 7

ssldy-Private Michael Cassidy Harry Fay 1579,44,Christmas Eve in Barracks liessrs. Grant,

avaleria Rusticana j Payne, hiller and Wakefield 694137

Garde Republicaine Band 416 10 Christmas Eve in an Australian Miner's Camp

, asalleria Rusticana "-Hear me, Santuzza Messrs. Grant, Payne, Miller & Wakefield 69337

Mfesd. V-oleta & Yarrow & E. Pike G.O. 8; 3,Christmas Eve in the Old Home.- Lead

C

.va.leria

Rusticana "-Intermezzo ('Cello) Minster Sir.gers 69338

Jan Linden 1711116 Christmas Gems Bleck Diamonds Band 117,5j 7

Ca'alleria Rusticana "-Intermezzo (Violin) I (Christmas Christmas Ghost Story, A Harry Lamblon 947148

Prof. Ranaato 46419 Christmas in Action 140546

Caval''-erio Rusticana "-Intermezzo (Violin.,

in Camp, Part I 1406(43

Fla'; and Harp) Francini Trio A 44120 Christmas in Camp, Part 2 1406,48

' Cao, feria Rusticana "-Intermezzo (Violin Christmas on a Troopship 7405148

:z "ssiel Organ) Miss E. Southgate 152520-Christmas Party, A, introducing " The Mistletoe,

Violin & Harp) Francini Trio A 591211 Bough " Herbert Payne 947149

(Violin, with Piano) Miss Mary LawA81ý201Cbristmas Raffle 1404149

La Juice "

'Christmas Waits 1404148

Mr. Robert Radfor.l G.O. 32 ( 4'Church Bells (Concertina, with Piano)

-,-gne

Galop London Municipal Band 735;'111 James H"'me 1754 17

Bohemis " Twins " Grand Orrh. 275 14 Church Parade of the Irish Fusiliers

sans paroles (Violin, with Piano and

i Royal Irish Fusiliers' Band A 172111

%k !'aurieile) Miss Mary Law G.O. 351 4,Church Parade, with bells

a, lriste I ' Black Diamonds Band 4191 6

- fary Lain (I'ioün Solo, with Piano) A 211.20 Church Scene (' Faust

Mlelisaode (Violin) Jan Eudenyi 731120, Robert Radford & Vera Reynolds G.O. 16 4

=' Waltz Black Diamonds Band 1926 101 Church's One Foundation, The

1r%e-towa Parade Concertina' Besses a' the Barn Band 953, 5

Alexander Prince 1073I17-Churcb's One Foundation, the

'a.rd le, Charlie Flcrrie Forde 1564 49 Church Choir239I38

Chaplin Fox-trot Peerless O-cheslra 152914Cinderella Albert Whelan 26548

little soldier man F. Richarusor: 1561 92litiquantaine, La (Violin, Flute and Harp)

little Soldier Man, March Fraucim Trio A 82(20

Black Diamonds Babnd 1804' 9 Circassian Circle (Melodeon)

up, Moll, Harry Fay 13931441 James Brown (with Piano) 1146;18

o senza Euridice (Orico ed Euridice) Circus Gaon, The Tubaphorre 6f'19

.{'less Violet Oppenshaw (with Piano) A 170.29IClaremont Match Black Diamonds Band 1290 8

- ?sce Valse Peerless Orchestra A 86113.Click, C'aek Zone. 'Minstrels 12_0839

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ZONOPIIONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

Clock Song. The Charlie Collins 1818'42Coonland Memories (Banjo with Piano)

Cock or the North

H-.

College Days, " Bing

C.'acA Giamon2s Uan4 fiLSI 7,Won Aielooles (Ytoltt, an: flustet vý"garr?

3agpipes 444115" Elsie Southgate and har sister Dorothy 155; 2'

I:on /'asRCf 1 aaazaý-ooncown n:-eezes i bar! oi

Boys on Broadway " 'Oily Oakley (with Piano) 106-.'5

Herber! Payne 1835ý3:;Copelia Valse Garde Repu6Ucaine Band 41F 11,

Colleee Rae. The (Baniol Otly OaR1ev (sfth i Corn Riggs are bonnie

Piano, 1060 15' Archie Anderson (with Piano) 1139

Collier's Child, 4 Herbert Payne 805,30 Coronation Tom For 6-

- Bogey," March

I Coronation Bells Black Diamonds Band 425 6

Black"Diamonds s Ban' - 1743 _ 91,oronation Starch (Saint beorge)

Colonel Knut Harry Fay 1490;441 Black Diamonds Band 58;

Colo.,red Major (Banio) 01ly Oakley 447 15, Coronation March (Saint Sacns)

Come along, Fairies Louie Brooks 1732122 Black Diamonds Band 55'

Come and dance with me (Ukulele with Piano)

_ICoronation March Black Din»wrds Bard 59,

Juan Akoni 1879 2,) Coronatioa March from " Le Provhetr

Come and bear him play his Oemterara Black D'Zitlloe,ds Bavid A

Fkrrie Forde 160;4UCorporal John Bar'hAomcy F. Kuhardson 16=: Al

Come and see the roses

Corporal Mike Peter Damson (with Piano) l3o 7ý

Sydney Coltham (with Piano) 1530:,22!Corporal's Ditty,'Che Harry Thornton 22i! ü

Come

Come

and take me out

back to Erin

to-night . Cossack's }larch through Moscow

Pal D. Aver 1781'42 Bluk Dian ads Band 111' 5

jostph Chee:hara A 101+''23 Coster Girl in Paris, The Marie Lloyd 8'ý ii

r Cnme hark to Erin Harold Wilde G9-34 Cuuldu't vou? Harold Monla¢ue tat the Piano)1C ý- 4C

?j Come back to me I" Count of Luxembourg "--Are von going to

II

Herbert Pant (mich Chorus) I110'30F dances Dorothy Üou las & Ernst Fike S' J5

0 Come. Birdie. Come !dme. Deering 470,26'!Count of Luxembourg, Selection

Come'into the garden, Maud Black Diamonds Band 6fß

Joseph Cheelkam A 106123Count of Luxembourg Valse

Come into the _

garden, Maud Harold Wilde 7934 Black Diamords Bsnd 4..

Cc, slug to me Ernest Pike 817I32,Countrv Dance (Afelaeon) Jas. Brown 81:.

Lere. sine Co Ine UUUL[Y LI4-W carom _".eh i'wy.

iýRlessrs." Pike & Damson (with Piano) 12k3:36 Ff Biack DianiondsBand A 16

' Come. sire to one (Cornet) il. Gndard A 90;17'( -..utry

Girl Selection Some Guards Band 3

Come, teach me how to love Country Girl, Selection, Part 1

Nat D. Ayer (and his liana 152342 Black Diamonds Band A I

Come to ArcadieCountry Girl, Selection, Part 2

Dorothy Douglas & Ernest Pike 894 36 Mach Diamonds Band A it,

Come to me now, my own (wits, Piano)

Sydney Coltham

Country Ramble, A

A 224;22;_ H. Payne & II(.me. Dewey (wilt Piano; 12 °

Come to my garden of earsnios

Coddi:is & Murrnv

, ICouat

18321381

vo:ar Blessings Church Choir witk Urea.

95 '

Come to my heart again Ernest Ptke 1825132 Courting (Patter Record) Tom Foy `"in

Come where my love lies dreaming I ;Courting Sarah Jane Marry Ardre:i 13'ý-+4-

H. Pa-e. P. Dawson. E. Clifford and ICcurt Trumueter,' March

W. Steuart I(unaeröüy)aried) 530137 Black Diamonds Band 1417-""'

Come, where my love lies dreaming Cradle Song (Violin) Jan Rudenyi 87i

(Vi'tin, 'cello, Flute and Harp) Cradle Sang (Violin) Scot: Skinner 1 y; 2

Francini Ouartette 1448 21''Craientiller Castle Strathstev. &c.

Come, Ye Thankful People, Come (M1felodeo,ý) ' James Brown 114 '"5

l.nurcn c,r.ov ie4,jecseaUOn --nolune m roamme a:LOwo

Comfort 3 e (" Messiah ") Sydney Coliham A 181 22

_ Roberl Radford G.O. 5% 4

Comical Coons (Banjo) Olly Oakley 11741151" Cceat)on "-With Verdure clad

Coming Home Sydney CoNham l68822 ; Mdme. Deering A !'

-n

Ccrniu' taro' the Rye Miss F_sther Yunson 699!34!Crowa Diamonds Overture

Comin' thro' the Rye-Auld House--Up in Bla.;k Diamonds Band A

the. M ruing early (Melodeon) ]as. Brown 712:Id:Crowu of India, The Black Diamonds BandA1

Commercial Traveller George Formby 1391144Crucifii, The S. Collhaw and G. Parker A 2

Comnanv Sereeant Moior. The ! Cruiskeen Lawn. The (Harp) F. C Barker 11,.1 Georee Parker 1887r19'Crucskeen LiAQ (aat8 ChoruSl Feter Uamson 1S- ` ="

S-:; Cmr.radw; in Ar:ac " T.ni- " Mal, nua"ý.e/i 79iR71Curknn 1.m!_ P/,aea.rtsl4i i :c

ý.Gýncnrtn

nn !ýi fP:.ili. «ritý Vin«nlý ýýý- ý..I_.ICuins Animam Hn-ld Wilde 40:.;1

Miss Mary Law A 98,20U, iaL oft a little bit of roly-poly

Conquer,rs, The Qea+lelte 6481381 Char :ie Collins 164

Congi:erors, The, Marci Home Guards Bard 349111 Cwsg Filwr Cwsg (In Welsh) (Rest, Soldier, lest

:Consider the Lilies Peter Dawson 743!251 ll'elsh Qtrarlelle :G,-'%''

Constant Loper, The Harry Fay 1453:44 Cydgan-y-morwyr (Sailor's Chnrus)

Contrataod Peter Danson (with Piono) 1345126' IVeJsh Mole Choir I I Es 10

Coo-ee, Coo-ee Charlie Collins 7753'42 Cygne, Le (Tbe Swan), $rphir,

up. 35, No. 5

j

ü 'a

.

(Violin, with Piano) Miss Mary Law A I

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-SIDED

RECORDS.

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Czardas-Scene Boheme . Departure cl a Troopship 56448

Black Diamonds Band A 149 6,De P!ngtailed Coon Minster Singer; 634,39

,

Czarina, The (Tubaphone) Al. Muller 431,20: Desert, The Peter Dawson 185526

Daddy Mary Evans 18226,Destiny Waltz Peerless 07chests 126218

Daddy (Parody) Fred Curran. 34642 Destiny (Waltz Song, (with Piani) H. Wilde 1854.35

Dafydd y Garreg Wen Edward Davies 1130,25 Destiny Waltz (Concertina with Piano)

Dance of the Elves (Violins and Mustel Organ) J. Hume 1910117

Eisie Soutkagte and her Sister Dorothy 1742'20 Devil may care, Quick-step (Banjo)

Dance of the Hours-" La Gioconda," Part I. Ol.y Oakley 123715

Peerless Orchestra A 219 13'Devon for me - Peter Dawson (with Piano) 137616

Dance of the Hours-" La Gioconda," Part II. Did you see the crowd in Piccadilly?

Peerless Orxkesira A 21913 ý George Formby 1665145

Dance of the Pierrots (Concertina Solo) Dinder Courtship, A Peter Dawson 105425

George King 96i16IDing, Dong, Ding

Dancer's Dream, A Zono. Minstrels (with Piano) 1251,38

Messrs. Cammeyer and Oakley 128915Ding Dong Jack Pleasanls 1846;'46

Dance with you: Uncle Joseph Diukev-Diddle-Ums Harry Fay 1937,44

Harry Pay 159644" Dinorah "-The Shadow Song

Dance your troubles away Florrie Forde 1165'101 L'I"ncognita G.O. 14 4

Dancing Dustman, The Peerless Orchestra 1316 14;Dis ole Nigger Zono. Minstrels 1184 39

Dancing Jubilee, The Nat D. Ayer 160741 Distant Greetings Garde Repubticaine Band 42910

Dancing 'viistress, The, Sei. Peerless Orch. 1061.13. Distant Shore, The (with Piano)

1)ancfng Mistress, The, Waltz Peerless Orch. 1061;1.3'ß Sydney Coltham 190024

Dancing Viennese Val=e, The Peerless Oech. 92813;Diver, The Bridge Peters 362,31

),u'l Pegotty, iron David Copperfield ` Divorced Wife, The " Selection Xylophone 259;20

:'talking) Bransby Williams A 11547 Dixie Dan G. H. Elliott 94,42

Dance des Bacchantes Doctrinen, Waltz " Twins " Grand Orch. 23414

Black Diamonds Band A 206) 6 ' Dollar Princess," Selection Xylophone 259.20

Darby and Joan's Christmas Albert 14hehan 257',48 Dollar Princess," Waltz, The

Daroiei' Holiday, The (Concertina) Home Guards Band 9410

Aiez.ander Prince 1073 17, Dolly Darling Waltz, from " l'uppehen " j

Oarkiowwn Dandies (Band) Oily Oakley 44515, Imperial Guards Band 1075 11

Darlin' Girl from Clare, 'rile Dolly Dimple Zona Vevey (with Piano) i39^' 42

Jim Donovan (with Piano) 141442 Dolly O'Dean wick Plans) Sydney Coitham 183728

Dasb lug British March, The 1 Dolores Waltz Peerless Orchestra A 102 13

Black Diamonds Band 698' TDolores Waltz Black Diamonds Band 102610

D°t's berry queer Zono. Minstrels 1162 39 Donau Wellen Walt? " Twins " Grand Orch. 29814

ughter of Jairus "-My Hope is in the " Don Giovanni "--Give me thy hand, oy fairest

licerl.atint; Sydney Coitham A 257.22 P. Dawson & Miss Alvenu Yarrow G.O. 13 3

Dný+gliter of the Regiment, The, Fantasia

,Donkey

and me

Tons Foy 63645

(Mitt (with Piano) Mary Law A 19420 Donovans, The Staniev Kirkby 915 28

Dawn, The (with Piano) Sydney Coitham 13212_3" Don Sebastino "--Oh! my Lisbon, thou

Day Breams Peerless Orchestra 14,15 14ý dearest, fairest ! George Parker A 218 28

Days and Moments Lads r' th' Moor Band 1654,1 lIBoo't go down in the Mine, Dad

Deans and Best Harold Wildc (will; Pia.io) A 1; 1ý341 Shirley Kirkby 34228

Dear Fleart (with Piano) Sydney Coitham A 217,22 Don't play " In the Shadows " Wilkie Bard 1J11 42

I =;r Heart Madame E. Jones-Hudson A 79 27 Don't say I

:tear

ever made you love me

Homeland, The Edi!h Clegg 277.231 Nat D. Ayer 1621 42

-- r, it, your eyes Doss" stop spy 'art pint o' beer Gus Elen 79642

Sydne Coltham (with Piano) 1501'.22 Don't tell Mother

Near Little Shamrock Alfred Heather 24727' Herbert Payne (with Chorus) 1516 30

Dear Love of Mine 31dm". Deering & (Dora,

with Bells Bonenrfan Orch. 438 12

Ernest Pike 52_2.34' Doris "-So fare tbee well (with Piano)

Lear Lose, remember me Sydacv Colt ham A 21022

Ernes! Pike (with Pianoi 1293.32borntby, Selection Black Diamonds Band 610 7

Dr 1 mother Hubert Payne 1618'311 Dorothy, Sehe coon I Black Diarnos.is Band A 183 6

.`au!, Waltz Peerless Orchestra 1328'14,Dorothy, Selectii.' 2 Black Diamoruls Band A 183 6

thiess .]rny 1Tarch, The Doughie the Biber Harr), Lauder G.O. 161 2

Black Diamonds Band 139; 6 Down among the Dead Men Peter Dawson 514.25

i"- ""'-s, Army. The James Osbwne 159,29. Down by dat ribber

Little Nell Alberi Whelan 2_6648 Zono. Minstrels (With Piano) 1251 39

'do!smt fairs Bardsle' A 33 22. Down home in Tennessee

I>"ýrr`ý

of Nelson, 'T be Henr}' Turnpenny 677341 Herbert Panne (with Chorus) 162831

3iue Sea, The (Piccolo) Miss 4F. Hudson885 191 Down Home in Tennessee Roy. Cremona Or. 16; 14

Fllue Sea, The (Concert Polka) (Concertina Down Honolulu way

"'14:5:0)

James flume 1754 17 Herbert Payne (with Chorus) 175091

-la rmnny Bosses a' the Barn Band 1090 2 Down in Bom-born-bay Herten! Payne 157831

elüc "oarch BtacA Diamonds Bawl 673 7Do.vn in the Forest

et Reponse Sydney Collharn (with Piano) 1588 22

Picture Palace

ii`i^r

Orchestra 191614 Down is. Virginia Herbert Payne 1921 3l

i:elle Chic Peerless Orchestra 142714 Down South Zorwphonc

.Nilitaey

Band 4231",

. fee Banjo Zono. Minstrels 120813t1'Down 'texas Way H. Payne 1827'31

All 12-inch Records have the letter A in front cf Serial No.

55


Down the River Minsk+ Singers 1820!39'Eightsome Reel (Melodeon) Jas. Brown 84, 15

Down the Vale Ernest Pike 488 32 Eileen Alannah Cornet Solo 17

Down Vauxhall Way (Songs of old London) :Eileen Alannah Ernest Pik: 494 92

7osebh Chectham A 114'L3,E11een Atannah (Vtottx ana Mustel Organ)

Down where the Swannee Rive_ flows Strong 1797.33j_ Elsie Southgate and her Sister Dorothy 19';ä'.i^

Down where theysing the dear old songs I Eily Mavourneen-" Lily of Killarney " (i.itr

Will Streng 1826.34 Piano & Violin obbligato) Sydney. Coltham A 21.? ^'.

Do you Remember? (with Piano) !

IEl Cap tan March Black Diamond Band

-^^i 6

Sydney Collham 1701'22ýEleaaore Joseph Cheetham A 9221

Do you remember the last Waltz? E. Pike 613321Elephant March, The

Do you remember the last Waltz? (Cornett Black Diamonds Band 13^_6 !.

F. Kettelwell780,117 " Elijah "-If with all your hearts

Drake goes West Prier Dawson 614;25! Sydney Coltham A2D9 22

Drake is going to sea H. Montague at Piano lstll 4U 111ja17 ".-is not tits Worst Luse a tire!

Draw the Sword, Scotland Anderson Nicol 113829 Robert Radford G.O.:;i 4

Dreacinoueht March. The Home Guards Band 75,10." Elijah "-Then shall the Righteous

Dream, Ä Sydney Cobham (with Piano) 353022 Sydney Coltham A 22c

-

Dream Boat, from " See Saw " E. Pike 1825I321E1 Saludo Peerless Orchestra 14 14

Llream of Delight, A Bessie Jones 159928IEmpire will he your Daddy, The

Dream of Delight, A " Waltz i ý Florrie Forde 1E°J 4f

Black Diamonds Band 17161 9'Enchanted Glade, The

'Dream of Delight, A Royal Cremona Orch. 16861141 Sydney Coltham (with Piano) 119 _?

Dream of Delight Waltz (Concertina with Piano) JEnd

of the journey, The (with Chorus)

J. Hume 1895111 Ernest Pike 14h 31

Dream Faces (with Chorus) Hatherley Clarke 1868124, Endure to Conquer, Overture 1

Dream of the Ocean, Waltz Peerless Orch. A 35121 Black Diamonds Band A. s,

Dreams of Bliss," Selections ! Endure to Conquer, Overture 2

Black Diamonds Band 71151 9ý, Black Diamonds Band A : !=

Dreams cf Darkie Land ! Ban-ii) Oily Oakley 947.15''EnQland cur Home. March

Dream Tango, The P.niess Orchestra '1201,12j Black Diamonds Band I. "! N

Dreaming of Home 8nä Mother ý ;England's Honour (Recitation) Godfrey King ! "" ?i

Hatherley Clarke i+cith Chorus) 1705.24 English Cup Final, The, Part I Sammv Skieids is

Dreaming, Waltz Pea'less Orchestra 813113

,English

Cup Final, The, Part 2 Sammy Shields G?ýý : l

Dreamtims and You Harbert Payne 1603i39JEnglish Rose, The (Cornet Solo)

Drirking J. H. Scotland 238.30 Black Diamonds Band 13;917

Droop not, young Lover Peter Dawson 812'25jEnglish Rose, The Ernest Pike 5;730

Druid's Prayer. Waltz ßdack Diamonds Band 43121 6 Entr'acte Gavotte from " mignon "

Druid's Prayer " Waltz (Orches!ril Accordion) Black Diamonds Band

Professor Grare."ille 1723!16` Entr'acte Gavotte (Tubaphone Solo)

Drum Major, The Peter Dawson958125, C. Grunow '9

Drummer of the 43rd The i !Entry

of the Gladiators

Sydney Coltham with Piano) 1399:22'' Zonophone Military Band 12,,

Drunken Sailor-Annie Laurie- Auld Lang Episodes in a Soldier's Life, Part I.

Syue (Melodeon) Jas. Brown 71718'1_ Black Diamonds Band A _

Dublin Sous. March Black Diamonds Band 18371. 811r Pisodes in a Solders Lite, Fart 11.

Duet for one'Violia Scott Skinner 463; O

Black Diamonds Band A "'- r

Duel Scene (" Faust ") E. Pike I ýEri tu the macchiava - . quell' anima " Ort 13a11t?

H. Thornton & T. H. Scotland G.O. 6. 3, Masebera

Duke of Albanv's Scbottische (Melodeon) I :Eri Fing, The Peter

James Biotin 114711S,Ernani, Selection

" Robert Radford G.i)

Dawson (with Piano) A

Black Diamords Band s

Duncan Grao

Dutch Kiddies,

Archie Anderson

Two-step

Black Diamonds - _ Band _

1139,22 Espana Valse The Parisian Orches ra 1 s

Estudiantina Waltz (Concertina) Alex. Prince :`-ý

697'. _ý 7,Estudiantina Waltz (Xvlo4ltonel S. FYanctste

D'ye ken bonnie Mary Jock Lorimer 63946.Eternai

D'ye ken John Peel? (with Chorus) I Eternal

Peter Dawson 1841126. Eternal

Father

Father

Waltz

Lads o' tk' Moor Band

Church Choir

Peerless Orchestra

Dying Poet, The (Piano) Chas. Goodall 670 19Ecrore United March Black Diamonds Band i+,ý'

Earl and the Girl, The, Part 1. ! .Euterpe Black Diamonds Band I i

Imperial Guards Band 9 12011Even Bravest Heart (Violin) E. Southgate 1:

Earl and the Girl, The, Part H.

Evening Breeze, Op. 60 Band of FiM.

Imperial Guards Band - A 120. - III Koyui f rash Busshers I 1 ý

Earl of Tobermc y Jock Lorimer 622 46, Evensong Louie Brooks and Harold Wilde 1, J

Early Bird Jack Pleasants 12i7146 Ever of Thee Philip Rill, ý

Ebenezer (Ton-y-Bottel) Welsh Mate Choir 1 L34134 Eversleigh March Black Diamonds Band ;

P'hnc d'o A1nrz

Ecstasy, Waltz

Eden >+a1se

interrnozzn Paoriecs nrrk

Peaks, Orchestra

Peerless Orchestra

1412 1.5Fvervhodv's

1262 13

A-86 13 Everybody

Crazv on the Fox Trot

Harry Fay ! ` "?

ove-aout Baby G. H. Elliott 1-t:1

L llna waltz (aleiOaeonl jas. cromn naet,löI.serYDODY 5 DOa.lg It DOW

Fo l.,nt Ov,rinrn Rla; k nianndx Rand A 4' Harry Fav

.SI

and Oaarlelf.' 1'' 1.4

Egypt, I -

am calling yoa Harold ___il'ildt - 19-43-135i

IEverybody's doing the Tango - Hairy Fay 113`i1

Egyptian Patrol, March Everybody's jazzing now

Black Diamonds Band 13851 = Madhation Jazz Band I -'

All 12-inch4Records have the letter A in front of Serial No.


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE

-SIDED

RECORDS.

-. ,;r,7 little movement has a meaning of its

i

ows

Marie Lloyd 897'41

'se.y little whileRoyal

Cremona Orchestra 1745114

cry little while

Louie Brooks 1769 22

. ry :unday Evenin7 when the bellsZona

Vevey 412142

!i .eiy Valley (Messiah) Sydney Coltham) A 184122

Everywhere I go I leave! My Heart with You

Ernest Pike 682.32

Eza.lsior Ernest Pike and Peter Dawson A 49.35

t evelsior Ernest Pike and Walter Miller 1694136

tisbibition March Black Diamonds Band 6111 7

_s:r Special Constable, The

E. Pike & F. Richardson (with Piano) 1503,36

Eye beneath the Busby, The

Peter Dawson (with Piano) 1306126

r_:es are the Windows of the Sort, The I

Herbert Payne (with Chorus) 1423130

Fr,;r;es' Wedding, The Black Diamonds Band 1684r 9

I aý: is the Rose Sydney Colthasn (with Piano) 1428'!22

Fai at the Fountain, The Pauline Potter l l96!48

Fsir Pipers Miss Bessie Jones (with Piano) 1222!28

I'r'e- Tiptoe Peerless Orchestra 1587'14

F2 U 'j of our FathersFestival

Quartette (viC': Piano) 133338

Pall In I Sydney Colthans (with Piano) 1393122

1'c; Away Harold Wilde 197134

Far away Ober dere Zoeo. Minstrels 1184139

Fare thee well, Molly darling Harold Wilde 11703 34

Fares Please I Harry Fay 1861'44

Farewell A Ernest Pike 789;32

1 are.vell, A Ernest Pike and Guy Merritt

(with Piano) 1480'36

F. retvell in the Desert Peter Dawson 1927 26

}are-wel;, Isabelle Herbert Payne (with Chor.)13b9130

Farewell, Mignon-" Mignon "

Sydney Coltham A 233122

Far, far away Zono. Minstrels 1227'39

F4ler's Pride, The Peter Dawson 804;25

Füd;er O'Flynn Joseph Scott 219'33

Father O'Fllynn (Melodeon) TV. F. Cameron 297'18

}at!:or's gat a job Maidie Scott 981 41

Fatinitza (Quick March) Home Guards Band 235'11

asst Miss Alvena Yarrow; E. Pike &

P. Dawson G.O. 7' 3

Faust "-All Hai Thou dwelling (Violin and'

.llustel Organ) Miss Faust "-Chorale Peter Dawson

H. Thornton & Chorus G.O. 61 3

Faust "-The hour is late (Violin & Muriel I

Organ) Miss Elsie Southgate 1848,201

Faust "-The Hunter MarchHome

Guards Band 245110

Faust "-The Soldier's Chorus

Misses Aloena Yarrow, Amy Augeede,

Messrs. E. Pike, T. Bates, L. Stanley and.

P. Dawson G.O. 101 3i

Faust "-The Soldier's ChorusHrsne

Guards Band 131,101

Faust, Waltt Le Garde Republicaine Band 432:101

Faust "-When all was

Elsie Southgate 1911,20

Faust "-All Hail Thou dwelling (with Piano),

J. Hislop A 15626

Faust "-All Hail Thou dwelling

Harold Wilde 373 34

Faust "-Church Scene

Robert Radfort and Miss Reynolds G.O. 16, 4

Fad=_t "-Di Scene Ernest Pike

H. Znornton ü J. H. Scotland GO. 6ý 3

Faust, Damnation of "-Hungarýan March

young (Violin and

Mustel Organ) Afiss Elsie Southgate 184820'

Favourite Hornpipe, The (Melodeon)'Jas.

Brown 116118

Fear a' Bhata (The Boatman's Sug)

Miss Esther Yunson 8351351

Fed ip Harry Fay 1893;44;

Ferobank Quick-Step (Banjo) Oily Oakley 695116+

Festival of Empire, Part I.

Black Diamonds Band A 200 6,

Festival of Empire, Part 2.

Black Diamonds Band A 2001 6)

Festival of Empire, Part 3

Black Diamonds Band A 201, 6

Festival of Empire, Part 4.

f

Black Diamonds Band A 20111

Few more years shall roll, A Church Choir 293137

Few more years shall roll, A

Lads a' 1k' Moor Band 1638,11

Fiddle and I Ernest Pike 78b32

Field Marshal Radetsky March

I

Black Diamonds Band 67 fl!

Fierce

.

raged the TempestBesses

o' the Barn Band 689' 5!

Fifinette Intermezzo Black Diamonds Band 8291 7

Fighting Fifth, The, MarchBlack

Diamonds Band 801

Fighting for Liberty Black Diamonds Band 136;

Finale from 2nd Concerto Alary Law A 1317°

Fingal's Cave, OvertureL'i,sk

Diamonds Band A 152 6,

inlaudia Overture Black Dlamo,sds Bard A 13211

Fire and Sword, M srchBlack

Diamonds Band 18041 J

First Kiss, The Waltz (Ocarina) M. Tapicro 456;19

First Love, last Love, Best Love, " Bing Boys on

Broadway " r.sal Cremona Orch. 183ii,14'

First love, last love, best love, " Bing Boys "

Freda Fairchild and H. Payne 1838ý1"

First Noel, The Church choir 19(113F,

First time that I come up to LondonTom

Foy 1233146,

Fishermaid of old St. Malu, TheLouie

Brooks 1732122

Black Diamonds Band A 245, 6

I -st "-Let me gaze on the form before me !

Fisherman and his Child, The (Que. )

P. Dawson 1211251

E. Pike and Miss A. I arrow G.O. 7' 3 Fisherman, The S. Coltham and G. Parker A 226 351

Faust "-Loving smile of Sister kind

Fishing Harry Tate 890,431

George Parker A 2ISý29 Fishwife and the School Inspector, The

"ail -Part 1 (Gems from)

Eric Foster 68045

jr- fie.. d:. o-, e n,.,.- T e.,e. CL .G. C.,Iü«. t497ün

^ýýý -rare a teems iromt

Zono. Operatic Party A 3940.

Harry Fay

`eint

13981441

" Selection Black Dicmonds Band A 271

Faust

5 Flanagan Harry F zy 2841441

"-Serenade Robert Radford G.O.

Paust

16 41 Flanigan's Flying Machine

"-Serenade Rebcri Radford G.O. 241 4

Stanley Kirkby (s"ith Piano) 5895128;

Peu%t "-Terzetto, B Finale (Vicisn

Alustel

and

Flappers' Parade, The Nat D. Aver 1646142,

Organ) Miss Elsie Southgate

Faust

191112pß Fl;ght of Ages Harold {'We 183,34'

"-rh e Calf of Gold R. Radford G.O.151 4

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Floral Dance, The Peter Damon 1005;251

letter A in front of Serial No.


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Vag,*

Page

i. Floral Dance, The George Parker A 234;2:9 French Comedy, Overture

Fra ivlandonald's Lament Anderson Nicol 837 29 Black Diamonds Band A 68

Floorodora Srdeetion Home Guards Band 384,111' Friend

Peter Dawson 1294

Florodors, Selection, Part I. ' Friend o' Mine Peter Dawson 1248"i

Black Diamonds Band A 116' 5Frightened to go to sleet again

Selection, Part

.Fiorodora,

it. George Formby 1605

Black Diamonds Band A 116 5From Fair Provence-Di Proverza (" La

Flowers o' Edinburgh (Melodeon) Jas. Brown 845118 Traviata ") Geo. Parka, A 2,o 15

Flowers o' Fdinburgh (Melodeon Solo, From Greenland's Icy Mountains Church Choir 281 ;ü

W. F. Cameron 233,.16 From Marble Arch to Leicester Square

Flowers of the Forest, The Harry Fay 1363

('Cello with Piano) Jan Linden 1538116', From the Countryside, Part I.

flower Song, The (Carmen) Harold Wilde 37334 Peerless Qeehestra A 240

Flowers o' the Forest Pipers & Drummers 1153119From the Countryside, 'Part Il.

Flowers o' the Forest, The Anderson Nicol 337 231; Peerless Orchestra A 244

Flow gently, Deva Fun by Moonlight Peerless Orchestra 110-7

S. Coltkam and G. Parker A 226 35 FLn in Dahorney (Banjo) Oily Oakley 861

Flying Dutchman, The Home Guards Band 196.10 Funny little bunny sonny bad, The

Flying Dutchman, The, Selection Fred Elton (raith Piano) 1308' S

Bieck Diamonds Band A 68

,

S Gaby Glide Harry Fay & Sla"zley Kirkby 1020'ýB

Flying Squadron, Part I. ( Gae bring to me a pint o' wine

Black Diamonds Band 1411 8, Anderson Nicol 113??1.

Flying Squadron, Part IT. (Gala Water Archie

.4ndersen 1140'1.'

Black Dia+no+ Band 1411' 8,Galway by the Sea Harold Wilde with Piano) 1491 11,

Follow the Crowd, Selections 1 1 Garden et Allah

Black Diamonds Band 1612. 81 Foster Richardson (with Piano) 151.1

Follow the Crowd, Se'ections 2 Ga' Its of Sleep Royal Cremona Orchestra 1750

Black Diamonds Band 1612! 8 Gallen of Sleep The

Follow the Golden Star (with Piano) Colthans 1917;24' Sydney Coltkam (with Piano) A 21J' S

Follow the Sergeant Harry Fay 14-70.44IGarden of the Past, The

Fool of the Family, The Tom Fay 6845 Madame E. Jones-Hudson A 93 47

Football Match, No. 1, Newcastle United v. Garden of your heart, The

Manchester City 565481 Sydney Coltkam (with Piano) 1477

Football Match, No. 2, Manchester City v. ' !Garden du Corps March

i Newcastle United 565 48. Band of H.M. Royal Irish Fusiliers 110a-

Foo the Noo Harry Lauder 618, 2;Garonne, 'Inc Harold Wilde (with Piano) A 16' "4

Fur all Eternity Cynlais Gibbs A 7527 Gate ajar for me, The Church Choir 632

For all Eternity Alan Turner 50934 Gates of Gladness Hatherley Clarke 195o "-P

Force of Dmtiny "-Solenne in Quest'ora Gates of the West Ernest Pike 500

Ernest Pike & Peter Dawson G.O. I-3'Gateway to Heaven, The

For ever with the Lord Church Choir 217.38 Peter Dawson (wit': Piano) 1748 '4

Forget-me-not (Intermezzo) Gathering Nuts and May G. Formb;" 1521=4

Peerless Orchestra 626.13 Gavotte (a) Andante (b) (with Violin and Piano)

j"For Killarney and You Miss Mary LawA161- 71)

HerbeiI Payne (wills Chorus) 1577'791Gavotte(Violin,with Piano) ii,s Mary Law At5 7Is

Pot King and Kingdom Gay Cavalier, The George Parker 188, 45

Black Diamond, Band 864: Gay Hassar, The Home Guards Band 346

,For me and my gal Her4eet Pay";e Ie55,31 Gazra Ladra The Municipal Band of Milan 22', 1L"

:-For nie and my}ý gal Royal Cremona Orch. 1883,14Gee up I George For+nhy 1892 is

Fort Frayne March Band of If. M. " Geisha "-The Kissing Duet

Royal Iris): Fusiliers 1154'.12 Miss May Loreday and W. Miller 524 3ý.

Por

unto as a Child is born

. Geisha Selection, The, Part I.

Black Diamonds Band 951 71 Black Diamonds Band A I If

Forward March Home Guards Band 208 101 Geisha Selection, The, Part Ti.

,(For

yon alone Sydney Coltkam (with Piano) 1202:221 Black Diamonds Band A 119

For you a Rase, for me a Memory Payne 19589; Geisha, The (Gems from)

:For You, Waltz Black Diamonds Band A 2.52 6' Zara. Operatic Party A 172 4t'

`41st Regiment March Black Diamonds Band 1303 8. ; Geisha, The, Selection I Home Guards Band 299

F,eant of Mercy Stabat Mater " Geisha, The, Selection 2 Home Guards Band 299 ?

Lads o' th' Moor Band 168511[Genevieve F. Pike & P. Darr; son 525

Fo':r Indian. Love Lyrics "-Les: than the dust: Genevieve (Comet Duet) Musicians Hawkins &

--I'ill I ewake Poster Richardson 1659 33 Hardy of H. Al. Coldstream Guards 45' 17

Four Indian Love Lyrics "-The Temple Bell' Genevieve (with Royal Cremona Orch. and Piano;

-Kashmiri Song Foster Richardson 1673,331 Sydney Coleham 1851 T'

Four little Blackberries, Schottische Gentle Flowers in the Dew (" Faust ")

Peerless Orchestra 1(07!131: (Violin' E. Southgate l9350",

,Fox-trot Hop, The Peerless Orchestra 1488 14 Gentle Zephyrs Sydney Coltham(with Piano)

(Fra Diavolo, Overture Black Diamonds Hand A 64' 5 Geordie .4143?1

and his Missus at the Skating Fink

The, Tullochgorau and the East : Eric Poster 677

{Ffeebooter, Nouk of Fife (Violin Solo) Scott Sk!oner 11320 Geordie at the D"mntlst's Eric Foster 677

ee Lance March Black Diamonds nand 864. 7ýGeordie the Poll's Eric Foster 675

(Geordie the Tram-car Conductor Eric Poster 678

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ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

=.p_ m 'n on the Teleo.:cne. Dich Datbv 1114'.4ßi God's Garden

carrad, 5U64, Selection!Al.

Mdlre. Jones-iludson (si!h Organ) 427 i

.w.A. ;2,.A .A I S11nl!nnin "E. Tnin T?n 11 (,,,ilk (`kaal

i..,.. . . L . e r, o _ Heri)erL Payr>e ra:d, 5064, Selectiun 2

185 '31

Black Diamonds Ba':d 1511, S!" Going Up "-lt you took in tier eyes

Get e`- behind George Formby 1909'45,; Royal Cremona Orchestra 189914

as.t and get under, Two-step 1 ^ Going Up "-If you look in her eves (with

Peerless Orchestra 134214" Chorus) Hee5ert Payne 1856:'1

'ket that Girl Harry Fay 1552'44 " Going Up "Kiss me (with Chores)

,ettiug my temper up I (Patter) Tom Foy 1751 46, Ilerberl Payne 185631'

Girt, The Miss Violet Elliott A 3726" Going Up," Selections. Pats I & 2

GüDert the Filbert Harry Fay 135144, Black Diamonds Band 1849 9'ý

Gipsy Dance (Violin, with Pi: ý.o) " Going Up "-Tickle foe (vith Chorus)

Miss Mary La;:- A 71120

.

:ferbert Payne 1857.31

Gipsv Love Waltz Black Diamonds Band 9081 71' Going Up "-Tickle Toe '

Gipsy Song (" Carmen ") Mdme. Violette G.O. 9 3 Royal Cremona Orchestra 1899 l

Gipsy's Warning, Tee Ernest Pike 49932 Gold and Silver Waltz

Gi_1 in the Taxi, The, Selection

I London Municipal Orchestra 434 i7

Peerless Orchestra 1032 13`Golden Bird Sydney Ccltham (with Piano) 1538 ^_

Girl in the Taxi, The, Waltz Golden Dawn Miss Violet Oppenskaw i 130

Peerless Orchestra 1032113Golden Shore, The Philip Ritir 25,

Girl in the Train, The Peerless Orchestra 4361113 Golden Twilight, Intermetzo Peerless Ouch, 12443

Girt on the Film, March Imp. Gds. Band 107611" Golden Vanity "-The Lowland Sea

G.ut on the Film, Waltz Imp. Sds. Band 1076111' Peter De-:uson 513725

Girls of the Clogs and Shawl Plorrie Porde 174'40,Goldea Wedding, The May Loneday &

Girls I have met (at the Piano) W. Miller 52435.

Harold Mossiaguu 1497ý46Goldfinch and the Lark, The

Go,: in Bonnie Scotland Jock ?Mills 114246, H. Payne c dfdme. Dewey (with Piano) 1295,34,

Gin is know as much as you know. The Gondoliers "-Fantasia (Violin, Kith Piano)

Florrie Forde 1630140. Mary Law A 227 X20

Girl woo lost her---, The Will Evans 109944 Gondoliers (Violin, with Piano)

Gil c me a Summer's lsvening Zona Vevey 1959 42 Miss Mary LawA151120,

Gir:e me a ticket to Heaven H. Payne 47630 Gondoliers' Selection, Part 1.

hive use a little cosy corner I Biack Diamonds Band A 102. 5t

Royal Cremona Orchestra 188414 Gondoliers' Selection, Part II. I j

Give me a little cosy corner (with Chang) I

Black Diamonds Band A 103". 5'

Herbert Payee 187031'' Gondoliers "-There was a time 4

',Jivn4s) -" me the moonlight, give me a girl (with) Mdme. E. Jones-Hudson & E. Pike 1161136

Herbert Payne 1905i31IGood -Lye-ee

Florrie Forde 184340,

Give

me tby hand, oh fairest (" Don Giovanni ")i Good-bye J. Hislop (with Piano) A 154 27

P. Dawson & Miss Alvena Yarrow G.O. 13 i 3"Gnod :;ye

Edith Clegg 312 23

Give me your answer. dear, before I go (with Good-bye ((arnet Solo) P. Kettlewell A 5517

Ch,eus) Hatherlcy Clarke 1885'24IGood-bye (Violin, Flute & Harp 4652)

GI",

g a donkey a strawberry Billy Williams 1088',47'Goo-i-bye Boys Will Kuming 1280,46"

Gladiator March, The Blar.4 Diamonds Band 1354 8 Good-bye, for ei er G. H. Elliott 116A42!

Gladiaior's Farewell, The Imperial Band 13 1" Good-bye, good luck, God blass you

" Gloria," from Mozart's 12th Mass Herbert Payne (,with Chorus) 1644,31

Black Diamonds Band A 46; S:Gcod-bye Ragtime Billy B'itliams 1350 17,

orious Devon Peter Dawson 588124 Good-bye Summer (Soelong, Fall)

iv o` the Sea, The (with Piano) Stanley Ksrkby 121638

Peter Dawson 1901'26"Good S. Coltham 195424

y of your eyes, The

bye, Sweetheart, Good-bye

Foster Richardson (with Piano) 1501 33; Alan Turner 5101341

,,iy Song, The Chinch Choir (with Organ) 1284'38 Good-bye Virginia Herbert Payne 1481!30

i;i,w=Aorm Idyll, The Black Diamonds Band930 7'Goud Comnanv Harold Wilde (with Piano) A 165'34

Goblin Gambols, Two-step Good King Wenceslas ' Church Choir 520j38:

Peerless Orchestra 109I13.Good-Moming, Mr. Postman Frank Williams 12735"

"I be with you till we meet again Good-night G. H. Elliott 1663:43`

Chrtrch Choir 995,37ýGood-Night Zono. Minst-els 11609

g2od Bless My Dear Old Mother H. Payne 48630ýGood-night Beloved

'od Bless the Prince of Wales Zono. Concert Quar. (unac.ompaniri) 602',38

Empire Glee Party 575 38'Go to Sea Wilfrid Plait (with Piano) 1479'192

G^'' Floss the Prince of Wales Solo & Chorus 59 7Grand`ather's Clock Geor a Fcrmby 1696451

Go-i , Ab'aham praise, The A Church Choir 917,38 Grand March from " Tannhauser '

Gal keep you safe E. Pike (with Chorus) 1640,32': Black Diamonds Band A 2011 5ý

t,od save the Kin Bass Solo & Military Band 425 5,Grand Peace Record-Arrival of the Troops ini

God Save the Kin., Empire Glee Party 575138' :.ondoa, Part I Black Diamonds Band 1896 10ý

Got Save the King Solo & Chorus 5981 ')Grand Peace Record--The Royal Iseview. Part 21

Go.. send you back to me Black Diamonds Banal ItSkS 10

Ernest Pike and P. Dawson 179437 Grand Prix 1Valtz Peerless Orchestra 1304114

God lend you back to me Louie Brooks 11589122iGrand Valve in A fiat, Op. 42 (Piano)

God send you back to me Roy. Crcmoha Or. 1758,141 Paul Astor A 138119

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Granville Waltz (Orchestral Accordion) ` -Hawaiian Butterfly Royal Cremona Orci. 181?5 It

Professor Granville 172811 ;'Hawaiian Butterfly (UknIe e with Piano)

Great We Plonkia¢ Kiss Harft' Pay i9Sf1444 Juan AROnt 189i.4u

Great Göd of Wonders Yickh Qüorktk 855'ýi38iHear me, Santuzza (" Cavalleriä Rusticana ")

Great Gaas, Selections, Parts 1 2 Miss Alvena Yarrow, Mdme. Violetta

Black Diamonds Band 185010, & E. Pike G.O. b b

Great Little Armv " March Heart bowed dc:wn, The, " Bohemian Girl,"

Black Diamonds Band 1788! 91 ilfr Robert Radford G.U. 34 4

Greater Love, The (with Pia":o)

I Heart full of Love. A Arthur Cray 6727

Sydney Collhain 1907124 Heart o' Mine (with Piano) Sydney Coliham 1741 22

Green Grow the Rushes 0 P. A. Hope 706,27'Hear the Bugles Calling Peter Dawson 1993 4?,

Green Hills o' Somreset, The (with Piano) 1 Heart of England Foster Richardson 1691'39

Sydney Coltham 1774 22,Heart of a Ro=e, Tb' Freda Fairchild 18`221

Green Isle of Erin, The Ernest Pike 49732 Heart of a Rose, Th Royal Cremona Orch. 1894:4

Grenadiers, Waltz Payless Orchestra 439,13 Hearts and Flowers (t" tolle) Stroud Haxion 462 21

Gridb Geal mo chrzdh (Song of the Hebrides) Heart's Ease Peerless Orchestra 1:54'. 14

Miss Esther Yunson 835,35'Hearts of Oak A than Turner 59? 36

Grizzly Bear, Two-step (Hearts of Oak Solo & Chorus 59;'

Black Diamonds Band 8011 7 Heatherbell Schottische (Melodeon)

Guards' Parade Home Guards Band 253111' Jas. Brown 1151,16

Guards' Waltz. The Black Diamonds Band 17121 9,Heavens are Telling, The

Guffaws. (Laughing Song) Billy Whitlock 60647' Black Diamonds Band A 1 5

Guid New Year co ane an' a'

!Heigh ho ! can't you hear the steamer:

A. P. A. Hope 704127. Stanley Kirkby l05' 28

Gongs Din (Recitation) Lyn Harding 1082!48,Heigho I Formby 193. 44

Gwlad y Delyn Annie Rees 1126', 33.Heigho I Tare It with me Plorrie Forde 193'_.40

" Gypsy's Warning "-Rage, thou angry storm) Heigh 0 ! Stanley Kirkby I10,S

Rohem Radford G.O. 21; 4 Held in Bondage (Violin and Mustel Organ)

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Elsie Southgate and her Sister Dorothy 163420.

Habancra (" Carmen ") Mdme. Violette G.O. 9' 3lHello, Baby ! G. H. Elliott 160443'

Hail, Sniiliog;Morn Black Diamonds Band 952, 7!Hello, Bill ! March Black Diamonds Band 14'26' 91

Hail, Smiling Morn Mdme. Deering, P. Dawson,i Hello 1 Hawaii I How are you? I,

E. Pike & 14'. Stewart I

.

Will Strong and Murray 1741),3

(unaccompanied) 531 37iHe1lo ! Hawii ! How ate you?

Half-past Eight "-They won't have me Royal Cremona Orchestra 168:,:4;

Charlie Collicsz1697i142 Hello I Hello I Lon,lon Town

Hallelujah Chorus Black Diarn.:,nds Band A 1, 5 Harry Fay & Jack Henty 105!,36'

Hallebijah Chorus, The, from " ýllessiah " Hello 1 Hello I Who's your lady friend

The Festival Chorus A 14 38 Harry Pay 12, 4 44

Hallo, Ragtime "-The Bacchane.l Rag F I'Hello I New York, " Bing Boys on Broadway

Peerless Orchestra 69k1i13, Her'eert Payne ,

Halt ! Who goes there? Florrie Forde 1503 40;He11o, Susan Green G. H. Elliott 823,42

Hands Across the Sea Home Guards Band 245,11 Hello, there ! Flannigan I Florrie Panic 193241

Handy Jack (Zither Banjo Duet) JHello, there, little Tommy Atkins

Carneneyer & Olly Oakley 13651211 G. H. Elliott 1_53

Happy Day, A "-Marching with the Band He'll tell you where to go Nat D. Ayer 17ý! 4Y

Charlie Collins 1697,4211-Sen Flon fy Nain Edward Davies 1130.25

" Happy Day, The "-Selections 1. Henry VIII."-Morris and Torch Dances

Black Diamonds Band 1653 81 Black Diamonds Barad A t6?

" Happy Day "-The

-Selections

IT flen Wladn y Menag Givvuion David Brascll 113'_ 2

Bl,u,l Ufa:,onds . _ Hand 1653! ö'Hera _ Girl's Lteam (Violin. Mute and Ha?VJ

Happy Days Gavotte (Bells) Franciri Trio 12:

E. W. Rushforth 1074'16 Here, there and everywhere Florrie Fords Ie,t

Happy Summer Song (Cornet Solo) I Here's to ur silent NaNy Foster Richardson 171 ' J

Peerless Orchestra 146317 Here we are again Mark Sheridan 14:'.. i'

Happy Summer Song Ernest Pike 1053131 Heroes and Gentlemen

Happy we've been together-Johnnie Cope Ernest Pike (with Chorus) 145.; 11

(Melodeon) ]as. Brown 717ilSHeroes of the Mine Hertert Payne 3F =1'

Harbour of Perfect Rest Ernest Piki 1792'32-He's a Rag Picker Peerless Orchestra 152h'4

}lard I

times enrnr again no more

(Hesitation Valse Boston)

Hatherlry Clarke (with Chorus) 1779124, Black Diamonds Band 195.-. 1V

Harem Song, The Not D. Ayer 1566j41He was a Scotchmaa Jock Lorimer 622 3f

Hark ! Hark ! My Soul Church Choir 224,38 He was very, very, very Lind to me Lauder 551' 2

Hark ! the Herald Angels Church Choir 191 3tl-Hae ye mind o' lang, lang syne A. Nicol 113'-.=a

Harvest Home (Melodeon) Jas. Brown 714.1S;Hey ho! for the simple life Jack Pleasanes 16o;

Harvester's Night Song, The

1 'Hey, johnnie Cope Archie Anderson 6

Foster Richardson 1872'33" Hiawatha "-Onaway, awake, beloved

Has anyboi,y here seen Kelly , Her'.e Fa: 1711441 Joseph Cheeihan, A 81'I .''

Hats out to the Stoker George Parker 1869i291Hibernia, Selection 1 Black Dianunds Band 156+?:

Have you seen Potts from the Potteries i ; 'ilibeniia.. Selection 2 Black Diamonds Band 158D

Flor, Forde 1360140 Hielau McDougall Jock Lorimer 644

Hawaiian Butterfly (with Chours) H. Payne 1508 311

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Hicland Rory-Marquis o' Huntlev--Tail Toddle) How Bill Adams won the Battle of Waterloo

(Bagpipes with Drums) Pipe-Major Forsyth 710151 D -',k Darby 11731481

Ilig!ýcr than you George Formbv 133644'Iiow lovely are the Messengers

Eg': ýiuks (Concertina) Alexander Prince 1927171 Church Choi, 8541381

nigh Jinss "-Love's Own Kiss How lovely are Tbv dwellings

Harold Wilde 17021351 Syaney Coltham (with Piano & Organ) A 125128

Fi,:hiand Schottische (Melodeon) Jas. Brown 849'1F How sad it is to say farewell

Highland Schottische (Melodeon Solo)

I

Mdme. Hudson ö- Ernest )Pike 1094136

IV. F. Cameron 233118+How 1 sweet the name of Jesus sounds

" High Jinks," Selections, Part I.

! Church Choir 271;38

Black Diamond; Bard 16991 9;How's every little thing in Dixie

" l!igh Jinks," Selections, Part II. Strong and Murray 1913y6

Black Diamonds Band 1699 9'How's your Mother, How's your Dad?

" H:gb Jinks "-Something seems Tingle-ingle-1 Harry Pay 14961,14

Ernest Pike 170213211-low ya' gonna keep 'em down on the farm ?

H L Jinks " Waltz Black Diamonds Band 17131 9' Harry Fay 1950,44

lüg, School Cadets March How we saved the barge (Talking)

Black Diamonds Bard 1354 Si Branshy 5Villiams A 115146

Hndustan Herbert Payne 1947131IHuetamo" Two-step Intermezzo

Iiiuemoa, Quick Step Flack Diamonds Band 147518

Black Diamonds Band 1596I 8' ' Hullo, America "-Give me the Moonlight

Hi,ietb (Longing) Welsh Mate Choir 1135381 (with Chorus, Herbert Payne 1905131

i-titehy Koo Harry Fay & Stanley Kirkby 1020i35.Hnllo ! Miss London Victoria Monks 1097141'

Hitcnv Koo, Two-step Peerless Orchestra 1002113'IT:;Ilo I My Dandy G. H. Elliott 69042,

1I,M.S. Pinafore," Selection Humoreske, on. 101 (Violin, with Piano;

Black Diamonds Band 418; 6) Miss Mary Law A 1231201

Hoch Hapsburg March Black Diamonds Band 644, 7 Humores9ue (Zither Banjo Duet)

Ho ! Jolly Jenkin-" Ivanhoe " I Cammeyer & Oily Oakley 136520;

Robert Radford G.O. 20 4'Humorous stories about Children, I.

Hold the Fort Church Choir 61638 Sties Venie Clements 802)481

ilald your hand out, naughty boy Humorous stories about Children, II.

Florrie Fordo 108340 Miss Venie Clements 807 481

Holly and the Ivy, The Church Choir 820-37ýHundred Fathoms Deep, A Peter Dawson 866125,

tlc.. City (Cornet Solo) A 4017. Hundred Pipers, The Anderson Nicol 703,229"

Hc.ý.y City, The Henry Turnpenny 5238 Hundred Pipers-Miss Drumm-id of Perth-

}lciy, Holy, Holy Church Choir 29338 Sleepy Maggie (Bagpipes, with Drums) i

i:,;-ne Bells are ringing, The Ernest Pike 1640321 Pipe-Major Forsyth 70911:;

I'-one, Boys, Home I Peter Dawson 599ý 25,Hundreds and Thousands Jack Pleasants 1907{'461

Iic,melaud Foster Richardson 1641 33'Hungarian Dance (Voiles, milk Piano) '

Home over There, The Church Choir -601391 Miss Mary Law A 71120'

it;n_r, Sweet Home Mdme. Deering 4691126'Hungarian March, " Damnation of Faust "

Hnnv, Sweet Home Hilt Evans 7781441 Black Diamonds Band A 2451 6!

}lone Sweet Home (Banjo) Oily Oakley 446,15''Hunter March, The Home Guards Band 24511!'

home, Sweat Home (Grand Piano) , Hunt in the Forest, A (A Musical Episode)

Rudolph Svinerfeldt 457!19 Band of H M.-Royal Ir^.,%; Fusiliers A1491IS

I in e. Sweet flmne (Violin, 'Cello, Flute and I Harrah for the Highlands J. B. Macklane 10929

+a>bl Prancini Ouartctte 1395121 Hush-a-bye (Missouri Waltz) i

Hone, Sweet Home (Celeste) G. Franklyn 1584151 H. Clarke 1555 25!

lIcane, Sweet Home, and The Bonnie Lass o' Bon! Husheen Miss Violet Elliott A62;21;1

.'caord (Violin Solo) Scott Skinner 114'20!Hymns of the great composers

lIz"me to our Mountains (" it Trovatore ") ! Black Diamonds Band 815 7'

Mdme. Violetta & E. Pike G.O. 2I 311ypatia Waltz Peerless Orchasha 6711131

'iomn intermezzo Peerless Orchestra 1108113;1 always knew the girl I'd love

lloaest

.

Toil (Concertina) Alex. Prince 216'17: Herbert Payne (with Chorus and Piano) 1319301

'l. mevmoon Bells Harry Fay 164544!.1 am a Friar of Orders Gray Peter- Dawson 512,2.5

dvuoc and Love (" Mon. Beaucaire ") I arise from dreams of thee

Sydney Coultham 1943/241 11 E. Pike & P. Dawson (with Piano) 1359313

is-_oar and Arms " Samson ")

can bear the Ukuleles calling me

!

Foster Richardson A 19&!331 Herbert Payne (with Chorus) 1796,31i

I-i, :a Boola Lou If. Payne (with Chorus) 1796 can see Red Roses Blooming E. Pike 490-3)

H" -,P -e-hack Peerless Orchestra 887,13.1 can sing, I can dance George Dormby 1379,44'

"I';'Py Herbert, Two-step I can't do my bally bottom button up ! 1

Black Diamonds Bard 1302 & Charlie Collins 1632'42,

"+P`"pe Medley (Concertina) Alex. Prwce 450'171da from Idaho ZoraVevey 1959.42,

"nc"pe Medley (Piccolo) Mdtie `i err 165.191 didn't want to do it Jack Pleasants 1299461

''are d'oeuvres, Fox-trot Per-less Orchestra 1485 14 I'd like to be a hero too Herbert Payne 1331)301

li'-t hfelt

.'i

harlie Collins 1818ý42i1'd like to know what Cleopatra did !

,lis "Jr late, The, " Faust ý Violin and Vustet)'ý Nat D. Ayer (al the Piano) 168042,

[.Tsar) E. Southgate in-t tier Sister Dorothy 1848.20;1 do like living in England

I1 "user of Hanover Marcos I Harry Fay & Cha, Penrose 1592 30"

Black Diamonds Band 888! 711 do litre

.

s'nice s'mince spies Harry Fas' 132344;

1 1 do like the life, I do Charlie Collins 114942'

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I do like to be beside the Seaside Florrie Forde 223,40 1 like your Apron and your Bonnet (Bells)

I do like you, Susie Stanley Kirkby 108828! Bi1.'y Whitlock 79F :t

I do love my Orange girl Herbert Payne 1182 30 1 litre your old French Bonnet Harry Fay 171,44.

I do love m-. wife Harry Fay 1042444'11 be walking tip and down outside

I don't kno'e how you do it Billy Williams 14351471 Jack Pleasants 182D 46,

1 don't mind leaving the Dear Homelend I I'll come to you in Ohama G. H. Elliott 1335+1'

Stanley Kirkby 342271I'11 dream of you Harold Wilde 1720 P5

i don't want a Ragtime Coon G. H. Elliott 1084 42 I'll have to be stopred George Formby 1737.451

1 dreamt that I dwelt Harold Wilde 741 34,1:11 make a man of every one of you

I would I were a King (Sullivan) Herbert Payne 1441 3G

Mr. Robert Radford G.O. 39 41'llmake von want me 11511 Kumini 128645'

If be's a pal to you Florrse Fordo 1814'40',1'11 meat thee at the Lane H. Payne 485 10'

If 1 ansver the last roll call Zona Vevey 1P304211'11 sin, thee Songs of Araby Harold 14ilde 608'

If 1 could only make you care I'll sing thee Songs of Araby Ernest Pike 86532

Her5erl Payne (with Chorus and Piano) 1307 30,111 sing thee Songs of Araby lwiih Piano)

If I could turn the clock back a year

Sydney Coltham A 217 22

Will Strong (with Band) 172233,I'll take yon home again, Kathleen P. Ritte 21":°l

If I had the ,'urld to give you H. Payne 482 29.1 love a lassie Harry Lauder 547 T

If I knock the " L " out of Yelly C. Collins 172642'1 loved you more than I knew Ernest Pike A 6251'

if I might only cone to you with Piano) ;

.I

love Lizzie Jack Pleasants 1761'5°

Sydney Collh am 1759'121 love ms Motherland Florric Ford, 172,5 4r'

If I'm not welcome, say sc George Formby 1594 44.1 love to be a Sailor Ha,r, Lauder G.O. 22 5

I lo{lowed her here, I followed her there 11 Seraglio "-Osmino's Aria

Harry Fay1323441 Robert Radford G.O. 2"' 4

If it's a lady, thumbs up I Harry Fay 136344'" II Trovatote " (Anvil Chorus)

If only our dreams (-me true Harold Wilde 1080 34ý Blau k Diamonds Band 8731 7

If the managers on.y thought the same ," 11 Trovatore " Fantasia (Violin, with Piano) I

as Mother Mauiie Scott 821 421 Mary Law A 177 25

If the wind had only blown the other way " II Trovatore "-Home to our Mountains

Maldie Scott 98142: Mme. Violetta and Ernest Pike G.O.2 8ý'

If the World were ifine to Give H. Fayne 48229" 11 Trovatore "-in the Combat

If chose lips could only speak Hector Grant 5027 Mme. I ioletta and Ernest Prke G.O. I 9'

If Thou wert Blind I" 11 Trovatore "-Miserere

Sydney Coltham (with Pia"-e) 151312, Miss Airena Yarrow and E. Pike G.O. '

If we live to be ninety-nine Tom Foy 72645, II Trovatore," Part 1. Band of H.M.

If with all your hearts `Harold Wilde 40934 Royal Irish Fusiliers A 124 12

If with all your hearts-" Elijah " " 11 Trovatcre," Part 11. Band of H.M.

Sydney Coltham

.S 22922. Royal Irish Fusiliers A 124 12

If you can't get a girl in the ballroom Forde 178046" 11 Frovatore," Part 1. (Germ from)

If you look in her eyes, " Going Up " Zono. Operatic Party A 54 `J

Royal Cremona Orchestra 1899'141" Il Trovatore," Part 11. (Gems from)

If you look into her eyes, " Gu:ng Up," (with Zono. Operatic Party A 54 33

Chorus) Herbert Payne 185631." 11 Trovatore," Selection, Part 1.

_f you were the only girl in the world

Louse Brooks & H. Payne 1645,36" fl Trovatore,"

Black Diamonds

Selection, Past II.

Band A 24

If you were the only girl in the world

Royal Cremona Orchestra 173114;" 11 Trovatore

Black Diamonds

"-What I hear

Bared A 241

I geed a waefo' gate :'estreen Archie Anderson 841 22 Miss A!vena Yarrow F H. Thornton G.O.

I goiter get a gell Harry Fay 1608'44'1 made thee mine SydneyColtham(unth Piano)1453 22

I had my hand in my pocket George Formbyl495 44 I'm a Dadda Jack Pleasants 192',146

I had no mother to guide me George Formby 1831 45,1'm a devil wi en I'm annoyed Harry Fay 811 ;P

I had such a heavtif'il dream G. H. Elliott 1693'43;1'm a Merry Zingaree Mdme. E. Jones-HudscnA31 27

I bear a thrush at eve ýI'm a Sport George Formby 1349 A

Sydney Coltham with Piano) 1247 22,1 may be crazy Harry Foy 36344

1 heard the voice of lesus say Church Choir 1?5 58I'm certainly living a ragtime life

I bear you calling rue Haroln lf'ildc 15834 G. H. Elliott loft

I cope when I reach Loveland yop'll he there I I'm coming back to Bonnie Scotland

Nat D

. Ayer (with Piano) 1523 42, Herbert Payne 129, 3i

I keep on walking Harry Fay 1893:44 I'm excited Tom Pa, SS"

I know of two bright eyes I'm going away to be aSol''ier Jack Pleaaaptot4'.b

Sydnn Ceitham (reith Piano) 1264221 I'm going to marry-arrv Harry Lauder G.O.

I know some funny tales Alf Leighton 41l6:I'm learning a song for Christmasr6

1 know that my Redeemer iiveth (" Messiah ") ! fact Pleasants i76'

Mdme. Deering A 1i' 26dI'rn leaving George Formby 1'; 37 4.,

11 Bacio yldme. Deering 5S626I'm longing to go back Jack Pleasants 17911

Il Baclo "-Waltz Song (Cornat Soto with I'ut looking for a Sweetheart

Band) Corf"sral 84'il!iams 1278,181 May Loveday A Ernest Pike 52'" ""`

It Barbie..- di Siviglia "-I)na lbce Poce Fa Immortellen, Waltz " Twins " Grand Ocrh. 234

Miss Elizabeth Neu bold G.O. 25' 4 I'm not one that wants to say 'owt Tom Foy 720 45

I lifted the latch and walked in G. Formby 1909 45:1',m on my way to Dixieland

I like to dance with the girls Nat. D. Ayer 15664': Strong and Murray 1813 37;

I I'm out for the day to-day Billy Williams 1937

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I'm sorry I made you cry H. Payne 1921' 3(lIn the shade of the old Apple Tree

±n. trial Chimes Imperial Guards Band A 12711111n the Shadows Peetlest

i,aperial Life Guards March, The In the Shadows "-The Shadows

E. Pi..te 489,31

Orchestra 581113

E. Pike 720133

Stash Diamonds Band 597' 7 In the Sun Peerless Orchestra 14391114

Impudence (Concertina) Alex. Prince 624IITin the Sweet By-and-By Church Choir 398 37

"m setting the Village on Fire Billy Merton 513714611a the Valley of the Moon

1 shy, Mary Eilen Jack Benson 537,421 Herbert Payne (with Chorus) 1675 31

in thinking of you, bonnie Mary In the Valley where the Blue-birds

Herbert Payne 773,30j Ernest Pike & P. Dawson 521'35

i',- Twenty-one to-day Harry Fay 729'44In Trouble Again Tom Foy 59346

3uot go home to-ni4ht Billy Williams A 16147Invasion, The The folly jesters 1436146

must have my little inks Jack Pleasanls 1606'46 Invitation a la Valse Peerless Orchestra 441.13

m wearing my heart away for you lolanthe Selection Im 'eriai Guards Band A 113111

Ernest Pike 493:321" Iolanthe "-Fantasia (Violin, with Piano)

!a a Child's small hand Mdme. Deering 571126' Mary Law A 235120

L. a Clockmaker's shop " lolauthe "-None shall part as

La Garde Republicaine Band 8110 Mme. Jones-Hudson & P. Denton 1025136

i%i N Cornish Kitchen I Pagltaeal " Selections, Part I.

Sydney Coltham (with Piasso) 1408'22 1

Black Diamonds Band A 2221 6

IL an old-fashioned.torvn I Pagllacal " Selections. Parr 11. 1

Peter Dawson iwilh Piano) 1318 261 Black Diamonds Band A 222; 6

1u 2ear old Romany I parted my hair In the middle George Formby 1336,44

Herbert Payne (with Chorus) 1189 30"1 passed by your window Freda Fairchild 18S2'26 ('

to Devon's Garden IpeeacaaxGta Charlie Collins 183'2,,42

Sydney Coltham (with Piano) 146412211 recall the days (with Piano) Zona Vevey !S12,42

Dixie Land with Dixie Lou G. H. 6ilioit 112&42 Ireland,

I

you're calling me

n ed Thee, precious Jesus Sydney Goltham (with Piano) 1639,22'

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Festival Quartette (with Piano) 1333138 " Irene "-Lend we ;our aid '

aver knew I loved you till I said grod-bye I Samuel Hsmpsull A 1& 27

'::£th Chorus) Herbert Payne 1828;31 " Iran* "-Lend me your aid

11

nüammatus from " Stabat Mater " I Joseph Ckeethatn A 12121

Royal Irish Fusiliers Bond A 17212 Irish Emigrant, The Harold Wilde, 117S4

"riendship's Name Ernest Pike 645132 Irish Haile, The (Harp) P. C. Barker 1104'18

God's Own Keeping (with Piano) Irish Grass, The Ernest Pike 802,32

Peter Dawson 1810126 lrish igs (Melodeon) James Brown 71618

I Happy Moments Alan Turner 510134 Ithh Jigs (Meodeon) James Brown 1150; t8

1n Indianapolis Murray and Pay 1875126 [rob jigs and Reels Hems Gds. Band 40211

in Iliac time Mdme. E. Jones-Hudson A 100'!,^, ',ish Melodies Home Guards Band 462'.1 t

tt

u love Marry Andrew 1582 i2ýIiish Melody, Gems of (Violin)

n olemoriam, Overture in C ý Duncan 3lacgregce 274;20

Black Diamonds Band A 114 6'Iri;L Reels (Melodeon) fames Brown 1150 18

?a sip Aeroplane for two H. Perna 4161211 Irish Selections Black Diamonds Band 472' 6

:. my dear old Hometown II seek for Thee in every Flower John BordsleyASS,"

Herbert Payne (with Ck4sw>` 1795)31 I seek. for Thee in every Flower

"u Old Madrid Arthur Gray 241271 Harold Wilde 392134

laouei1, Us George Tarwby 1580 44;1 seek for Thee In every üs e.r (ms.ý Piano)

1}rurgents' Patrol (Banjo) Oily Oakley 1015'151 Sydney Coi/hate A 221 23

to sweet September Ernest Pike and { I shall gat In such arc - Jack Pkosanis 1119'141

Guy Merritt (with Piano) 1454136 1 shall have to ack my ilk.then if

10

ebt'll 'et me

sweat September Harold Wilds 313 34 Billy Wt.i ; me 1361 47

la Sympathy Cynlais Gibbs A 57127 I should shay she !

elermezse. sosa " Cavallerla Rusticana " I Harold Montagu. (al the Piano; 1610 46

(Viastn) Prof. Ransato 4641301 Island of Dreams Ernest Pike and

i

z;termetao, " Cavsllerla Rusticana " (Violin) George Merritt (wick Piano) 1449138

and Mustei Organ) Elsie Southga:s and her Isle of Dreams Herbert Payne 1545,30

Sistar Dorothy 1525 20'Iele o: Promise, The

ctermnzo (Violin) Stroud Hoxton 46221' Mdmo. E. jonos"Hudson (with Chorus) 1374',27

iutermetao (Vwlla, Plute and Harp) I ts lift a booa7 Harold Wilds 89134

The Fram 'Inc iA

-iri

441118 no: His word like a lire, " Eliiab "

ntermearo-,! Cava)leria Rusticana " (('Cello, I- Mr. Robert Radford G.O. 37' 4

ilh P4.'na Jan Linden 1711 1611 sobced sari I tried like a child

that beantlal Island of Dreams

I George lornsby 1520 44

Herold Montague (at the Piano) 1709i46 Is there nobody else to

is

come?

the cable by the beautiful lagoon Harold Montague (at the Piano) 1647146

Zoos Vevsv 1676 42)1 surrender all Mdws. Deering, Miss A. Augarle,l

a the Cioads-A Frolla Peerless Orchestra 1244'13. &nýtt Pike, P. Dawson & W. Stewart 535 97

n be Combs (" II Trovatore ") Italian No! lonat Anthem

Mute. Violetta 6 E. Pike G.Q. 1 g Black Diamonds Bend 1450; 8

`n tys Gloaming (with Chorus) It cameo o the midnight clear Church Ciairllu 26

la the land of Yena Yams Hslloý

Horde ll6040 1 think i' 1 get wed In the

Henry rLauder G.O.28j

All 12-inch Records bavr $be Liles A I, frost of Serial No.


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE -SIDED RECORDS.

I is only a tiny Garden (adth Piano) I was dreaming, " Ma Mie Rosetta "

Sydney Coltham 1774221 Eeriest Pike 645.32

It must be the clothes that I'm wearing I was standing at the corner of the street

Georte Formby 1391114 . Harry Fay 39äi3

It's a grand old song is Home Sweet Home I will extol Thee, OLord-" Eli " '

Billy Williams 910471 Mdme. E. Jones-Hudson A 527

It's all a dream Louie Brooks &H. Payne 1721 36'.1 will lift up mine eyes Church Choir 654 391

It's a long, long way to my Hume in Kentucky :1 will wear your Rosary, Mavourneen

Herbert Payne 1704311 Stanley Kirkbv 133225

It's a long, long way to my Home in Kentucky I wish I had someone to love me Hector Grant 84227

Royal Cremona Orchestra 1744'14I wish I were back in Lancashire

It's a long way to Tipperary Harry Fay 1070144 Billy Williams 35347,

It's a long way to Tipperary, March I wonder if love is a dream

Black Diamonds Band 13841 81 Harold Wilde (with Piano) 149033

It's a wonder what Little Things lead to !1 wonder if you miss we sometimes 1

Billy Wil.,isms A 16147' Harry Pay 327 44

It's been a nice day to-day Jack Plcasants 1606461 wonder who's kissing h:r now I Harry Fay 09:- 44

It's going to be' a night that night F. Forde 1692'!40I work eight hours a day Charlie Collins 162942

It's just like being at harne Harry Lauder 634' 2I would I were a King Radford G.O.

It's mine when you've done with it 'Jack and the Beanstalk Aleert Whelan 2S' 471

Billy Williams 912,47 Jack and Tommy's Tunes, Part 1.

It's nicer to be in bed Harry Lauder 1189! 2, Black Diamonds Band l4;,ß 8

It's Dice when you love a wee lassie Lauder 9411 2,'Jack and Tommy's Tunes, Part U.

It's only a step from Killarney to Heaven Black Diamonds Band 1498 3'

Herbert Payne 1660''31 jack's the Lad (Melodeon) Jas. Brown this

It's the little touch of Home (with Chorus) I Jack Tar March Home Guards Band 195 10

Herbert Payne 193031'Jane Strong and Murray 184237.

It's the same old Tommy and the same old Jack ' : Japanese Butterfly Land

Florrie Forde 1433 40, Herbert Pa; ne (with Chorus & Piano) 13"72,

It's the welcome home Murray and Denton 1859'37''Jealnus Wife, The it

It takes an Irish heart to sing an Irish song Merry Andrew & Lydia Care (with Piano) Fr; 3i

Florrie Forde 1348140'Jean Sydney Cobham (with Piano) I29s 22

jr was a Dream Mdme. Deering A 8'26; lean Harry Lauder 14, '

It was a lover and his lass Miss Doris , jean loves all the jockeys Billy Williams 11"5.4.

Cowan and Ernest Pike (with Piano) 125036,Jean upon the uplands Ernest Pike 105^

I used to sigh for the silvery moon Jerry Jeremiah Flontie Forde Il6'4:

Frank Williams 212'i35,Jerusalem, the Golden

Ivanhoe "-Ho ! Jolly Jenkin I Besses o' th' Barn Band 509 5

Robert Radford G.O. 20; 4; Jenualem, the Golden Church Choir 14s 36

Ivanhoe "-Woo thou thy snowflake Je sais q!".e vous etes jolie Peerless Orchestra 129;'14

Robert Radford G.O. 20. 4;jess from Iveraness Jock Mills 7x'6411

I've been to Chin. (Patter) Tom Foy 764,45 Jess Macfarlane Anderson Nicol I12, 29

I've been to America (Patter) Tom Fay 1308;46, Jessie Dea- Jock Lorimer F 45

I've got everything I want but you essie Smith (Melodeon) Jas. Brour.. t i1

Dois Co-ran and Ernest Pike 134636 Jessie,

the flower of Dunblane A. Nicol 11 o724

I've got Rings on my Fingers Harry Fay 318'44jesu, Lover of my Soul Church Choir '.r,4 d`

I've got the sweetest girl in Maryland (rrith j Jesu, Lover of my Soul Church Choir 3 2,1

Chorus) Herbert Payne 1904!31 Jesu, Lover of my Soul Welsh ttuarteate 3n' 83

I've got to go home looking well J. Pleasants 1768.46ýJesu, Lover of my Soul Lads o' tk' Moor BanJ163>.4; l

1' ve had a wire from the man in the moon Jesus Christ is risen to-day

G. H. Elliott 1815,43: Messes o' 'h' Bars Band 900 5

I've head a glass of ginger wine CharlieCollinsI632421Jewel Song, ' Faust " (Whistling Solo)

I've had my betone told G. H. Elliott 823'42 Miss F. Berens 16 5 2'1

I've had some mouev left me Tom Foy 119146" Tingle-land," Part I. Black Diamonds Bd.1714 9

I've loved her ever since she was a baby i 1" Jingle-land," Part 11. Black Diamonds Bd.171'

Har-y Lauder 5471 2Joan of Are (with Chorus) Herbert Payne 187

I've never been married before 1" Jocelyn "-Angels guard thee (with Piano)

Jack Pteasants 1119146' Sydney Coltham A 2I3Y:

I've tried to be good but the girls won't let me Jockey, The Will Evans 5.1

Charlie Collins 188.1'42 , Jock McPherson Jock Leri+ner F3 ý°

Ivy-grown Cottage, The Ernest P'e 177632IJock o' Hazeldean Miss Esther Yunson

I wanted a wife

Mark Sher

.. in. Si1'471Jogghi' along the Highway, " Lads of the

I want some loving f I \ illage " Foster Richardson 18?'"

Miss Gcssie Jones and Ernest Pike 128336',John Anderson. my Joe Miss Esther Yunson':

I want the girl that all the world wants iJohn Grumlie Archie Anderson 1

Dick Denton l764128' Iobnnies' Taunt. The Peerltss Orcheswa 13's 11ý

want to be beside my girlie G. H. Elliott IGßJohnny -Morgan-'; Sister Maidie Scott a='

I want to be pally with everyone 1 Johnny O'Morgan on his little Mouth Organ

Jack Pteasants 110346' Harry Fay 1447,44

1 want you to know I miss you (with Chorus) Johsnon, and High Level Hornpipes

Herbert Payne Iß55!51 (Melodeon) Jas. Brown i io

want you, Lulu G. H. ltl:ulf i4451431John Willie, come on George Cavonagb 537 4TH

All 12-inch Records have the letter A its front of Serial No.

J

J(

J.


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE -SIDED RECORDS.

John Willie's Ragtime Band George Formby 1361'44 Killarney (Violin and Mustel Organ'

jolly George Formby 1707145', Elsie Southgate and her Sister Dorolny 1880201

Joi1v Christmas, A Minster Singers 5943r,iKil:ie Lads--March Black Diamonds Band 1637', 81

Jelly yellows Waltz Peerless Orchestra 929'131 Eilt in Lads. The Harry Lauder1189 21

Jolly goad luck to everyone we know Kind words never die George Formby 1831145i

Florrie Fade 1622'40 King Cotton March (Banjo Solo) Fred Turner 12115;

Jellq old Fanner,

J^llq eId Jarge

The Merry Andrew 1312142 King Cotton March (Concertina, with Piano) 1

Merry.ndrew 1364 421 James Hume 1785 171

Jolly Phntghman, The Merry Andrew 1506''421,King George, March Black Diamonds Band 1803'. 9'

Jolly Village Smith, The ',King of love my Shepherd is, The

Band or the Royal Irish Fusiliers 1278 12 Churls Chor 215'38

Jocathsn Jock McKenzie lock Lorimer 552ý,46ýKing Rufus Ernest Shane 1069'16

Jen,,han Jones Peter Dawson (with Piano) 134526'King's Bodyguard March, The

J,.-al Blacksmiths, The Black Diamonds Band 611, 7

Ernest Pike and Foster Richardson 1778 361King's

je ia'. Monk em 1, A Peter Dawson 512125,

Joland, Selection I Black Diamonds Band 1597 8King's

Guard March, The

Black Diamonds

Herald March, The

Band 1034 7

Jog!cad. Selection 2 Black Diamonds Band 15971 81 Band of H.M. Royal Irish Fusiliers 1200.121

Jovor_s Life Mdmc. E. Jones

-Hudson

A IIL27 Kingdom within your Eyes H. Milde 194513Sý

joyous Life March, A Kissing Duet, The (from " The Geisha

Band of H.M. Royal Irish Fusiliers 1200!121 May Loveday & W. Miller 52435:

Jur z-Spanish March BlackDiantonds Band 15981 8 Kiss Me Good-night, Mother Mdme. Deering 47326i

' j!r9as Maccaboeus "-Arm, arm, ve brave Kiss me Good-bye, my little Soldier

Foster Richardson A 1981331 Jack Rogers 1351146

1u.ass Maccaboeus "-The Lord worketh Kiss me, " Going Up " (with Chorus)

e"ocder Foster Richardson A 2071331 Herbert Payne 1856131

;nee Herbert Payne (with Chorus) 1249'130'Kiss Me, Mother, ere I die H. Payne '-S6i39

Just a baby's prayer at twilight (with Chorus) Kiss your Minstrel Boy Good-bye

Herbert Payne 18701 G. H. Elliott 1214 42

Just across the Bridge of Gold Ernest Pike 48932Kitty Dear Herbert Payne 877';301

Just a wee deoch-an-doris Florrie Forde 668,40 Kitty Murray-I'm in a burry 1 C. Collins 1708 42'

Just a wee deoch-an-doris P. A. Hof' 70627 Kitty, The Telephone Girl harry Fav 147144'

Jmz 1 chore the battle, Mother Orpheus Que. 26038 (K)night in Armour Will Evans 921143

,lust for me Ernest Pike 1560,32 Koi Nidri ('Cello) Van Biene A 60116

Just keep marching along Foster Richardson 1890 S3IL'Abeille (Violin) Miss Mary Law A 1419'211

Just one kiss, just another one Herbert Payne1629'311La Barcarolle Waltz Black Diamonds Bond A 252 6

Kai-K-Katy O'Hara 192344;La Boheme E. Pike & P. Datrso,s G.O. ii 3'

Ksiser Bill is a Merry Old Soul Harry Fay 1524j441La Boheme, Selection I Black Diamond Bd. A 251i 6'i

K,n;a-oo Hop, The Billy Williams 912471La Boheme, Selection 2 Black Diamond Bd. A 2511 6;

Isýas^., City Star March { " La Boheme "-Czardas Scene

Band cf 1I.M. Royal Irish Fusiliers

dri Song--" Four Indian Love Lyrics

1243, 121

La Boheme "-The

Black Diamonds Band A 149

Poet's Song (Violin, Flute

Kale O'Shane 5ldme.

Kathleen Mavonrneen

Foster RiehardsonIC73132''

Eleanor Jones-Hudson A 24,25'

and Harp)

La Brabanconne ' -Salut a Liege

Black D:amor.:ls Band

4651191

13ä6i 8

Gertrude Gibson & Mary Evans 204;341Lackaday (from " avotte Songs ")

Kat';leen Mavourneen Ernest Pike 494 301 Peter Dawson (with Piano)

KSiteleen Mavourueen Zono. Concert Quartette 684 3811-a Caprice de Nanette

üaaileea Mavourneen (Orchestra! Accordie,,) Picture Palace Orchestra

1282';26'

1916,14,

Professor Granville, 1770,I4La Colombe, Entracte (Violin) with String Quar-!, I

Keel: in the Middle of the Road ' teile & Piano) Miss Man Law (Gounod) G.O. 41ý 41

Charles Handy & Quartette 189'381Ladbroke, The (Novelty Dance) 1 ?r

11°'T on a Shufflin' (Bell Solo) W. Ditcharn 570'15; Black Diamonds Band 19241101

Y "'- on carrying on Charlie Collins 1682I42.Ladie5 of Cadiz, The (Xylophone)

+"'-p the Home Fires Burning I ? S. Francisco 467ß0

Black Diamonds Banc' 15981 81 La Donna e Mobile (' Rigoletto ") Miss ilvenal1

P ite kettle boiling, Mary Charlie Collinsl650 421 Yarrow. E. Pike & Thorpe Bates G.O. 5 31

K `!Vs are at it again, The FJnrrie Forde 1456 401Lads cram our Village, The Zona Vcvey 1360,41;

`l", eta glad to s ,e you back Florrie Fmde 194940 Lads in Navy Blue,

_larch,

The

Strathspey (!Velodeon) Jas. Brown 846'117. Black Deamcsnds Band 13961 6''

K'et.eky home

(b'e'll have a Jubilee) !Lads o' Devon Peter Rawson 1224 261

Herbert Payne (tcitk Chorus) 15621291 " Lads of the Village "-Joggin' along the

.

-^critchy Home (We'll have a Julilee) highway Foster Richardson 1840331

Royal Cremona Orchestra 1744' 141 Lads who fought and won, The

T.,_'Iý'e Stanley Kirkby )00627 Harry Lauder G.O. 23' 2,,

Alvena Yarrow A 8ý:34Lady Betty Gavotte Peerless Orchestra 1304112

ll',rnev

Andrew Sharplev 2'32_'l.ad}bird Tango Peerless Orchestra 12011131

Ernest Pike 02i311 La Fille de Madame Argot Home Guards Band 227i1 1!

h.:',iarney Harold Wilde 1001331La Fille de Tambour Major

I:"iarncy Zone. Concert Quartet!,. 684'38' Home Guards Band 227 1

Killarney (Violin, 'Cello, Flute & Harp) 'Laird o' Cockpen, The J. B. Macklane 111291,

Francini Quartette 1301,119 ; Laird o' Drumblair, The (Violin) ScottSkinner463,201

All 12-inch Records have the letter A in front of Serial No.


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS.

' La Gioconda "-Dance of the Hours ILaughing

Peerless Orchestra A 213;12 Laughing

Lakme "-Ball Song Miss E. Nexbnld G.O. 311 4 Laughing

Song

Song

Tilda Brown

Bert Marsden 41 16

- Burt Shepard 553'6

Merrv Andrew 145942

La Manolo, Waltz ' Taints " Grand Orch. 298;14 Laughing Water (Silver Chimes) M. Silvester 46 16

La Mascotte," Part I (Gems from) i Laughs Merry Andrea 152232

" La Mascotte," Part

La Mascotte, Selectiou

Zooo. Operatic Party A 5840.L'Auvergnate

f r o m f i

Zo, o. CCeratic Party A 5S 40 Lead. Kindiv

1 Home Guards Band 287e11 Lead, Kindly

Mazurka

Liest

Light

(Bells)

E. N'. RushJorth 1!971G

Church Choir tS3 ýa

Church Choir 5:)4,^'

La Miscotte, Selection 2 Home Guards Band 287111 Lead, Kindly

La Mattchiche (Ocarina Solo) Signor Topiero 96'.IRLead, Kindly

Lanagan's Log Peter Damson 959;25 Lead, Kindly

Lancashire Crowd's Welcome to the King

Ligbt

Light

Light,

Pete' Dawson ö1I "-,,

Besses o' th' Barn 95:' 5

and Jesu, Lover of My Soot

Black Diamords Band 41` _

and Queen, A. Part I. Descriptive 1123 48, Lea Rig, The J. B. Macklane /1 ý `

Lancashire Crowd's Welcome to the King Leave all the loving to me G. H. Elliott 150; ;<

and Queen, A. Part 11. Descriptive 1123'48 Left 1 Right I March Black Diamonds Band 140`_ b

Landing of the Australian Troops in Egypt, The -Legpnde, op. 17 (Violin, ulith Piano)

Descriptive 146548 Miss Mary Law A 12',21

Landing of the British Troops in France Le Long du Missouri Pereless Orchestra 12 9 3

Descriptive 1371.48 Lend me your aid Samuel Hempsall A t's[7

Land of Delight Peter Dawson A 12825 Lend me your aid Joseph Cheelhant A L! _3

Land of Dreams, The Le pere Is Victoire Black Diamonds Band 155? 6

Mdme. E. Jones-Hudson A 93127" Le Fropbete "-Coronation March

Land of Home, Sweet Home, The Black Diamonds Band A

Foster Richardson 1872_:83 Le reve passe--March Peerless Orchestra 16>- I

Land of Hope and Glory Home Guards Band 148.10 Les Cinches de Corueville, Selection I

Land of Hope and Glory Miss Violet Elliott A 4226' Hone Guards Band f.-)2 11

Land of my Fathers Welsh Mate Choir 113438. Les Cloches de Corneville, Selection 2

Land of the long ago Ernest Pike 177632 Home Guards Band 2S_ (!

Land o' the Leal, The ('Cello, with Piano)) Les Cloches de Corneville, Part I

Jan Linden 1460116 Zono. Operatic Party,, A

La Paloma Imperial Band 14 11,1 es Cinches de Corueville, Part 2

La Paloma (Ocarina) Al. Tapiero 456 19 iono. Operatic Party A 4 4'

La Poupee. S -Icction Home Guards Band 372 II ' Les Huguenots "-Piff ! Paff !

Larboard Wat.h Ernest Pike & W. Miller 527135: Robert Radford G.O. 1` 4

Largo Black Diamonds Band A 145' 5 Less than the dust Foster Richardson 16>

Largo, " Serse " (Vic tin and Mustet Orga;r) tLet

Erin Remember Stonier Kirkbp 41- --

Elsie Southgate "rd her Sister Dorothy A l6& z0 Let me gaze on the form before me r"

Faust ")

La Rinka " Twins " Grand Orchestra 401 15 E. Pike & Miss Alpena Yarrow G.O..

Lasca (Recitation) Lyn Hardirg 1082 4..4 Let me kiss those tears away Ernest Pike 61' 32

Lascelles Basses o' eh' Barn Band 1090 c. Let':; all harmonise Florrie Fred,' 1014

Lass o' Gnwrie, The J. B. Macklane 111129 Let's have another one together B. Williams 1359 ii

Lass o' Ki!liecra.nkie, The ffery Lauder 604' 2 Let's take a Stroll around the Island

Last ;ood-beer The Flo, ie Forde 1433 14 Flarrie Forde 134, 4I'

Last Hope, The (Pianoforte) Paul Astor A 16I i9 Let the big world keep turning-" The Bing

Last Man, The (with Piano) Peter Dawson 1874 2d Girls " Ernest Pike and Peter Dawson 176' 'i

Last May , braw woo'r Miss Esther Yunson 83335Let the Lower Lights Church Choir 959"°'

Last Rose of Summer

. L'Extase (Violin and Mustel Organ)

Mdme. Eleanor Jones Hudson A 2427; Elsie Southgate and her Sister Dorothy 16«;

Last Stand, The Home Guards Band 276'11' Liberty Bell March Black Diamonds Bana 4'..1 fi.

La Serenata (Violin) (with String Quartette and Libertyland, Selections I & 2

Piano) Miss Mary Law G.O. 40' 4 Black Diamonds Band 1SN7 10

Last train home to-night, The Harry Pay 1310 44 Liebestraum (Dream of Love) (Fiaro)

Last Watch, The Cynlais Gibbs A 75'27 Pau: Astor A 12F'.'

La Tarantelle Foetillante 1 Life Boat, The Church Choir 6493S

Picture Palace Orchestra 1942:I4'Life's Dream is o'er E. Pike & IV. Miller 52536

La Traviata Life's little troubles (Joe Elvin at the Dentist's'

Miss Alvena Yarrow & E. Pike G.O. Il 3; Joe Elvin 7,4'43

La Traviata "-Ab I fors' e Ini Life's Lullaby Miss Violet Elliott A 37226

L'Incognita G.O. 11 3Lift up your Heads Church Choir 7°.1 3S

La Iravaita-Fantasia (Violin, with Piano) Light Cavalry Overture

Mary Law A 177'20 1 - Black Diamonds Band A 14,

La Traviata Selection, Part 1. and 11.

;Llghterman Tom (with Piano) Pater Dawson 1901.'6'

Black Diamonds Band A 7E1 5Ligb: of Day, The H. Payne 4a7'18'

La+Jder's flits Imperial Band 15,111 Ligbt of Heart Band of H.31.1st Li/s Guards 16ý 11,

Lauder's Songs, Seleptlon, Part I. and Ii. Lights Out March Black Diamonds Band 117h 71

Black Diamonds Band 828. 7ýLike Stars Above Waiter Glynne 1105 271

Laaghing 117m--Dance Intermezzo I Likes of They, The Potter Richardson 1929,331

Peerless Or-hestra 1279113" Lilac Domino," Parts I & 2

Laughing Husband, The 1 Black Diamonds Band 1865,10'

Merry Andres & Lydia Care (with Piano) 1551 36 Lily of Killarney "-Ei)y Mavourneeu (milk

Laughing Fat Merry Andrew '.5821421 Piano) Sydney Coltham A 215.2'h,

All 12-inch Records have the latter A its front of Serial No


ZONOPHONE DOUBLE.-SIDED RECORDS. '

"Lily of Killarney," Overture, Part I. Lone Star (with Chorus) Herbert Fayne 1889,,.31

Black Diamonds Band A 232' 6Leng day closes, 'the

" Lily of Killarney," Overture, Part 11. The 1finsfer Singers (unaccompanied) 1642SSI

Black Diamonds Band A 2321 6 Long lye the King Peru Dawson 599.25

Lil"; os Laguna Harry Fay :,63I43'Look out, Mother, when the Band begins

I ily-1 the Valley, Polka (Tubaphone) Harry Fay 141944

A. Muller 46: 20, Looks Harold Montague (at the Piano) 174146

Li'eiotte (Bells) E. W. Rushforth 1124 16 Looking tor Mugs in the Strand G. Formby 1935.44

to the Big Brass Band lLord Roberts' March

Black Diamonds Band 1668! 6! (Melodeon) IV. F. Cameron 29716

L"-t' tc the Convert Bells 1 Lord Worketh Wonders, " Jud,s Maccal,aens "

Prof. 6. Franklyn (Celeste Solo) 165061 Foster Richardson A 2(l7 331

L" ,liana in Algeri Lorraine Sydnc Colthaat (ui!.' Piano) 1223.22i

The Municipu! Band of Milan 226 12 Lost Cbcrd, Tie !tliss Violet Elliott A 322x'

) le Bit of Ilea-ien, A Ernest Pike 1505,33iLost Chord, The (Corn,l Sob)) MMr. Godard A 7717'

_

bit of Heaven, A (Comet Solo) I Lost Chord, The Mary Evans 3526

Black Diamonds Band 15401 S'Lost Chotd, The (Organ Concertina)

hale bit of London Town, A Alex. Pri;ue 431':71

Harold Mon!ague (at the Piano) 1548i46ILost Cl ord, The Ernest Pike & P. Dawson 52b35

:e Bunch of He2ther Lost Chord, The (Violin & Mustel Org5;n)

Sydne Colfkam (roitb Piano) 13171221 Elsie Southgale and her Sister Dorothy A 1681201

Little Church Across the Way, The ZursaVevey79342'Lovat's Restoration Strathspey, 8:c.

Lit ,e E!aily Albert Whela;i 268148; (Melodeon) James Brown 1i49&1ß;

green gown, The Love and War Ernest Pike & S. litrkby P28136

Sydney Coltham (with Piano) 1453.22ILove and War Ernest Pike & S. Kirk.hy 150136

"'r" Grey Home in the West Peerless Or. A 119 13 Love Bells Ernest Pike 147832

Grey Home in the West Peter Dawson 1023'26.Love, come from your hiding place (with Piano) I

l Grey Name in the West (Cornet Solo) Corp.' I Harold Wilde 18543$

illiams of H.M. Royal Irish Fusiliers 1218118 Love, could i only tell Thee (Cornet Solo) !

Hero, The George Il-elsh 5'204! Band of H.M. ist Life Guards 159;11;

;_o;e, A littlery h iss, A of Dance T

Peerless Orch. 107912IT1

Irish Fundi I'i 18I131Love,

is

. vhe,hIntermezzo

Royal

Love, A little Kiss, A

Sydney Coltham (rrrilh Pisno) A 197 22`

Sydney Coliham (with Piano) A 17323 Love in her eyes, " Acis and Galatea "

Love, a little Kiss, A (Violin and Mu.;let j Sydney Coltham A 202221

?+n) F. Soulkga!e & her Sister Dorothy 1698,20-Love in ldlen.is Black Diamonds Ba, dln63

--...I, (I)d Log Cabin, The Mdme. Deering Love is Divine

H. Payne, 1'. Dawson & Ll

.

Stewart 533371 Har,sld Wilde

"

Iostsr Rickardsor 157636!

cue. Pet (belodeon) Jas. Brown 713, 18 Love is Divine Ernest Pike 150432

'.ý1" Red Riding Hood A !but Whelan 26448' Loveland Ernest Pike (with Chorres) 173432

"I., road home, The Lovelight in your Eyes, The

Harold Wilde (with Piano) 1531',34' Sydney Cellkam (trifb Piano) 1656,i22i

Shepherd, A (Patter) Tom Foy 167F;46 Love, Love, what wilt thou with this Heart of

Sweetheart, come and kiss me Mind (with Piano) Sydney Coltham 1746'221

Hatherley Clarke (with Chorus) 1615'24-Love site and tfic World is Mine

I..ýJe Tommy went a-fishing Henry Tternpenny 51341

Zono. Concert Quarte!te 74439 f_ever's Lane Florrie Forte 15331401

i. the White 14--, "-The r.Id fl--l oath L.;vcrs The Ernest Pike & Peter Dawson

Peter Jr;eson

12S2 26 (with l iano)

----- - -- - - --- - A 148!341

i`.i:" Willie's Woodbines Billy Williams MC-48 Love's Garden (t'iý;in Flule & Har¢)

e World of Gladness Sydney Gultham 1,5621' Fra':,ini Trio 1217':ell

World of Love, A ' Love's Garden of Roses Harold R'tlde 1656'91d

fiaro«t Wi'4e (with Pianos 1431) 3, Love's Garden f Roses (Violin and usielOrgan

::rd Learn Tom Fey 1231 46; - I"..ie Soslhrote ar.d her Sisley Porothv t 56,20

to 1 om F n' t6 45 Love's Kisses, Wi!tz ' Twins " Cran.I Orch. 21 14ý

Polka (C-Ornat, CSas Smith 101, 171ore's List Werd, Waltz Rchernian Orrh. 435,12

"tie 'l Y Cariadau Eltanor Jenes 557.%'6 Love's Melody Sydney Coftham (wilhPiano; 1489!221

;room Love Song Robert Burnett 304,"' Love's Nocturne (mich Piano)

,I Lomond /L'inlin

Rnhe"l R-k.. 1R!)149 Svdnev Collhpm A 221.'L'1j

_finlnl

'.:agar - ---- --- Hectar Grant 751) 2' Lovo'; Old Sweet Song Philip Rafe 2541331

: ie. come; with clouds descending Love Song Annie Rees 1125.3

Church Choir 3'281,38. Love's Own Carden Sydney Coltham 165;:'221

Lere the gentel Lark I ,Love's Own Hiss--" High links " H. 14 i'ae 11)72''51

Olga. Elgur & Eli Iludson 469,18Luve's Regret Zona Vevey 1482!421

' -' "'egrm Selection,

"c1grin Selection,

Fart I.

Black Diamonds

P:,rt ii.

Love's

Band A 95 5 Love's

Requiem Peter Dawson (re OA Piano) 1479zo1

Waltz- op. 57, No. 5 (Fi¢no)

Paul Astor A 215jf9'

LJ7!

Black Diamonds Band A 95 SLsve, yon have made me a garden

a Sydney Coltham (with Piano) A 150',231 Sydney Coltham (milk Piano) 1247122

L.',,rrdf, Selection Black Diamonds Band A 30 5'Loving smile of Sis:ec kind-" Faust "

L Iý..Lnderry Air (Violin, with Piano and String George Parker A 218 201

"Dinette) Miss Mary Law G.O. 351 41Lowtand Sea, The Pew Dawson S>2,25

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Page age

Lucia di Lammermoor "-The rund Scene March of tha Cameron Men Rc>crt Burnett .'E4 E'

L'Incognita G.U. 14ý' 4!March of the Mountain Gnomes

Lucia di Lammermoor, Selections 1 & 2 Black Dsamcnds Bar.d A S) i

Black Diamonds Band A 248j 6. Margarita Sydney Coltham (with Piano) A P.77

Lucky Stars, Selections I & 2 Margarita Thomas Thomas

Black Diamonds Band 1898110,Marguerite Harold Wilde 5.

Lucrezia Borgia Black Diamonds Band A 5111 5" Maritana "-Alas ! those ChimesA

Lullaby Ernest Shand 106946,

Lumbria' Luke (Banjo) Olly Oakley 447 18 Maritana

Lute Player. The P. Dawson (teifh Piano) A 238 251,

Lynwood March Black Diamonds Band 420' 6" Maritana

Ma Alabama Rose G. H. Elliott 1214,42

Madame Dicing S, ,i

"--Fantasia (Violin, atth Tiano)

glary Lau A 2,1 J,

" Overture, Part I.

Black Diamonds Band A 5.' is

Mabel VCa!Sz

Macbeth, Selection

Black Diamonds

Black Diamonds

Band 1712 9"" Maritana

Band A 30' 5

" Overture, Part 11.

Black Diamonds Band A :;3. 6

Macgregor, I'm him lock Lorimer 55146" Maritana," Part I (Gems from)

Macgregor's Gathering, The Robert Burnett 20"23' Zono. Operatic Party A

Macushla (with Piano) Sydney Coltham 1746'22 " Maritana," Part 2 (Gems from)

Mad Scene, The (" Lucia di Lammermoor ") Zono. Operatic Party A ..94ý

" L'Itcognita " G.O. 14. 4" Maritana "Selections Black Diamonds Bart'-5 4

Mad Scene, " Hamlet " (A. Thomas)

" L'Ineogni!z " G.O.

" Maritana

421 4

"-There is a flower that bloomer

Hasoid Wilde ;iii34

Had Jazz Razz, The Manhalten Jazz Band 191311" Maritana "-'Tis the harp in the air

Maggie Mclndoo Jock Lorimer 552146! 3Mdme. E. Jones-Hudson A PF2,,

' Magic ktute "--0 Isis R. Radford G.O. 171' 4 Marlborough March Black Dearno,;ds Band taci L

Magic of your voice, The Herbert Payne 803130IMarried, George Formby 135944'

blaguire's Motor-bike Marseillaise, The Black Diasnards Band 1357

Stanley Kirkby (te ith Piano) 1695 281Marseillaise, The Zono. Concert Quartette s37 36

Staid of Malabar Cyntais Gibbs A 66)27Marseillaise, The

Maid of the Mill Eeriest Pike & Guy Zono. Concert Quartette 'with Organ) 137'.56

Merritt (wi'h Piano) 1443,361Martha-Fantasia (Viodn with Piano)

Maid of the Mill, The Harold Wilde 209:341 Mary Law A 194 S0

Maid of the Mountains "-A Paradise for two 1" Martha," Part 1 (Gems front)

Royal Cremona Orchestra 1806141 Zo.ao. Ofcratic Party A'374i

Maid of the Mountains, Part I.

Black Diamonds

I" Martha,"

Band 1772, 9!

Part 2 (Gems from)

Zono. Operatic Party !-:74"

Maid of the Mountains, Part II.

Block Diamonds Band 1772 9i

Martha "-Solo profugo

Sydney Coltham & Geo. Parker A 214''

Maid of the Mountains. Waltz

Royal Cremona Orchestra l806i14:

Martha "-the Porter's S-.ng

Rotors Radford G.G.:5' 4

Maine my girl (with Piano) Sy,'"rey Coltham 1824)2SMary Henry Turper:ny 5'134

.Maisie, I'm a-waiting G. H. Elliott i2981421Mary 7.ono- Vevey 6171-

Make me the King of your Heart 'Mary (Celeste) G. Franklyn 1472'.5

Herbert Payne (with Chorus & Piano) 1331 30;Mary Ellen Tom Foy 44940

Slake your mir..d up, Maggie Mackenzie !Mary (Kind, kind, and gentle) Ft nest Pfke 9°_ 32

Stanley Kirkby 1276128,Mary Mclntyre Jack Mills 71746

Mamie Ma G. H. Elliott 635!42'Mary cf Allendale S. Coltham (with Piano) ASSE'?2

1(ý..,:. ..,ý. 1 1 rk. v..n..o.e ..,,t,,. lto.n ..t Amyl. W,anld YVi/A.. :II1C4

Ma We Rosetta "-I

v. n r_rno« Otto va.:nary 0, nrgyrc t l.CIW, ¢rcn rwn0t

was dreaming Jan Linden 146016

Arnest Pike 645I32IMasaniello Overture Blarh Diamonds Band A 147. 5ý

Mam'selle Tralala Selection, Part I. ! Master at Arms March

i' er!ess Orchestra 1343j141 Bard of H.M. Royal Irish Fusiliers 1"4fi.l"

Mam'selle Tralala Selection, Part IL Massa's in de cold, cold ground, and Old Fell.,

Pceriess Orchestra 1343114, at Home (Violin and Mustet Organ)

Mandalay Peter Dart son 91425; I Elsie Southgate and her Sister Dorothy IPSP,!ýý

Mandy on the Mash

Nate o' Mine Foster Richardson 16!6'35,

Band of H.M. Ist Life Guards lRPI11 Mattinata (Cornet)

Man's a Man for a' that. )hector Grant 112i27I Signor Caffarelli (with Piano) "Al

.A

I+9,

Man was a stranger to me, The Mavis Harold Wilde 1' 5aJi

George Formby 1536144IMax and Moritz (Piccolo Dust)

Man with Three Wives "-Red Roses Miss 1Virese & Mr. Hudson 4%`-'ý,'p:

Barrel Organ 122ýISMaxim March Zonophane Strip f Orchestra 44015

Many Happy Returns of the Day :,...ximilian Rot,espierre ('verture

Peter Das son 72225' Black Diamonds Band A - 5

`da own wee dearie Jock Mills 114.' - Mast Black Diamonds Band A 24

Marche de Concert (Banjo) Oily 6akley 60811i May Morning, A Ernest Pike

Marche Hongroise (Piano) Charles Goodall 458;19 Mazurka Ae. Concert (Violin) Jan itudenyi t 0

Marche Italienne McGregor's trip to London lock Mills 11481±i''

La Garde Reputlicaine Band A 19,.10 Medley of Scottish Airs Inýperial Rana 15.1

Marche Lorraine Home Guards Band 94Th Medley March (Bagpipes) 44;13`

Marching with the Band-" A Happy Day " Meeting of the Waters Harold 11'llde 29a 14.

Charlie Collins 1697A4'Meet moat Moon-time, Mary Harry Fay 1 441

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date at the corner of the t- -et B. Pry 1361 ,,,ge ?4 " Mignon

Melt rue, jenny, when the sun goes down

Rector Gran' 50 27 " Mignon

"-Lntr'acte

"-Farewell,

Gavotte

Black Diamonds

Mignon

Band

,age

873, 7ý

11 vt me to-right in Dreamland Ernest Pike 720'32' Sydney Coltham A 233122,

i -.e to-night in Dreamland (Bells) 'Mignon Gavotte I

Billy TS'kitloeh 798--, .6 Band of H.;:1. Rolm! Irish F.siliers 1410.12

if,gaSye'',.v Celtharn (with Pia,:o) 147722 Mignon Gavotte (Violin j (Siring Qnerfta & Piatta)j

DaugSter (Harp) F. C. Baeeer 904ý1PMiss Mary Law G.O.40 4

-:treader

" hiestersiager ---Prize

Gertie Gitana

Sono

t334!41IMignon, Selection, Past 1

Black Diamonds Band A 155 6'

Joseph Cheethem A 92i23131iguon, Selection, Part

M4eli,ende in the Wood Black Diamonds Band A 1551 8'

Sydney Coltham (with Piano) 132622'" Mignon "-Romance S. Coltham A 23322!,

Mein iv in " F " Peerless Orchestra A 261112." Mikado "--A Wandering Minstrel

Mebccy in " F " (Violin ar.l tliustel urgaa; Harold 14 side 891 34

Soul.4gate and k -r Sister Dorothy 1383 2) Mikado Selection, Part I

lfeL-'_ in " F " ('Cello, with Piano) Black Diamonds Balsa A 104"c

Jan Linden 18016 ±likado Selectic.;:, Part 2.

Melod. o£ Home, A S. Coltham {-rash Piano)1745'17 Black Diamonds Band A 104. 5'.

3/eiody Land, Part 1 Black Diamonds Baud 1570' 6 " Mikado, The " Fart 1 !Gems from)

Me?c-iy Land, Part 2 Flach Diamonds Band 1570 8 Zo;ao. Operatic Par,v A 119.4OI

n-.:'de, Me George Tormbv 189245 Mikado, The " Part 2 (Gems from)

)lennries Dear Anderson Nicol 702 29 Zono. Op vatic Pý rh; A 11840':.

.' eu,ories o' Burns L4felodeon) Jas. Brnwu 847:18'' Mikado, The "--Fantasia (Violin, nun Pl's.. 1

blemcries o' Scott (Melodeon) Jrt,. Brown 847 18 Mary Law A 735'ßi1.

A Sydney Culinary (;rill. Pians' 162622 Milady Rosemary Peerless Orchestra 129114

htn:csry of the Dead Peter Do- son5l5'2 - 1i,litar,' Representative,

vi ,1

The Harry Pam 187844'

Fartech (Harp) F. C. ker 904 IS Mill Wheel, The

1t -r.

Peter ! air:."ýn 521 25

Gwen John its 356.33 Mill Wheel, The (Violin,

"'^-:;:ntop!eeles Pd. rj' H.M. Ist t.sards 157 I1

y Melinydd IVito Lewis 1128123 Miner's Dream of Home.

Company (Banjo Duct) ?liuiature 3 (Banjo Duet)

'Cello, Flute & Harp

Francini Quartette 1395,21

The Frank Williams 78'34,'

Messrs. Cam-ye, awl Oak le. -s s PeiM, Polka Home

128915.

Guards Band 132,10,)linstrel

Alfred

Buy, The

Camrneyer & C'11y Oakley 1"40 151

lfaroM Wilde d8341

!:arm Bey, The

`"a_"r

-mat:,r's Dance (fron

Black

1 - Party

0.: a Tunes, Polka

Merry An irem 1522ý42'Minstrel Parade, The Peeress Grchestra 1494 14!

" Nell Gwyn ") Minuet, by Boccherini Fsae,ioo Duartetlc 1353 Sll

Diamonds Band A 1641 631in,'ct in G Major (Piano) David Richards A 10919

Merry Andrew 128812 Min- t (Violin, Flute & llr.; p) Francis. Trio A 82 21

Ay;ophone 6621Miser°re (" I1 Trovatore

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%Souk's Drei.,,,,. The, Entr'acte . ilcar,'s Love (+°t

.`lest i ä C7 vs) H. C?ark. 1s-.

Bia,ck Diom?nds band 1914. 6,.Nf; 11o1rt is cali.ng you

Moon has railod her Lamp, The Her.e"I Fsli ;e Chorus) 10

Ernüt Fike Pt't:r I,a:ason A 49'36 Vv heart is lair for sctneoou G- H. Eiliolr 69,

ii. Esther

.42

Moonlight Bay Her-r/ Payne 935, 1'v 71. :.cart is with you to uigct Hzrier! Teti::.:

9 onsicur

Beauca,re, Selections I & 2 ! , nor-,e in C.S.A. ll'ifl 5t'-,i;

Black Diamonds Baia 1940'10.;,13 llo,,: is in the Evetlast6:g-" Dangh!er rt

üx,ati:;ht on the Lake T -sns " " ea td Or. 217 I4I )arts Sydney C>',Avn 1

1e Rve, Waltz Black Dram.,

- Brut : 2531 9 \I; ln:h Maggie Slanlev Hi, co

Sioe (,_isto, Waltz Peet7," urches:ra 4391i3;My Lady Dainty (Bells) ". W. Rusiyov n I

Xony.ansk Strathspey aad Rachel Ray Reel I',fy laughing friend Cnarles Penrose 1-,

rlfeio e,at) James Brown 114-,J6 My little IrishCottlge

- Ernest Pike -!7'r:'.

bic:ý CrocL'e, Farts t& 2 Tom Foy 1654 a'i!Sfy ütrie I'c;=1an krKe Ii +ýz.: Ya ne r

4.fo.-.nhlattýr `" Tv,-- ' Grsd /)>c,`.ýýttra'!43,14:11v f.,ve ie Wk- t l:erl fled Rose Ernest cý..

bin,ning, Noon and Night, Overtare ?foonlight Mango 3daid G. R. c [lint: i

LT:ack Uin+Mnr:6r tianl :1 140l ' )l ý Mothers iZy

P:, er> and Diamtners 115 p{,,_tlv Vvild Irish Rope c>ne:t Pike

äf Mzvic Hall Matinee, A the " Gr:es " 74. 4c My young man s net a Chuco{ate SoLdi_r

My aiu P,ilk Ldi6'. G!ege 2iil'_ý Nauuy, or 1 Mv -u.r v..+ h,:n


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Old Saperh, The P. Ri-.4arison("with Piano) A 1811120

sing

to me the auld Scotch sang=

Old times are costing back again D. Denton 176426 Hang Lauder G.O. 3:

Old Tommy Meek Charles Penrose 1894;48 0 sing to me the auld Scotch Bangs

Omaha, Intermezzo Peerless Orchestra 79913 .4ndersnn Nicol 70.' a31

Ombra mal fu (knrwn as " Ilandel'a Largo ") Osmino's Aria, Tl Seraglio "

" Serse " Miss Violet Oppenshaw (silk Orcan' Robert Radford G.O. 21 4

& Piano1 A 17029'0 Star of Eve t" Tannhanser

0, Mclnt9sh lock Mills i 143.16Robert

O Mistress mine Ernest Pike & Pete Dawsr n 91o,:36 0, taste and see

O mar be'r yn y man (In the sweet lye-and-bye i Oui, Oui, ties bon

{Welsh Male Chair 1133138 Ould Plaid Shawl, The

")

Radford G 0. 1'.

Church Choir 9°'' t1

Flwrie Forde 17i' 40

J. H. Scotland 25^ 9;

O Na Bva.lai hat o hyd Eleanor Jones 35722Our Blest Redeemer Church Choir 2:

CIo'+way, awake, beloved Joseph Cheethmn A R0'22iOur glorious Empire

Onaway, awake belove,l Herbert Payne (rcith Chorus) 1 11

Peter Dasrson (with Piano) 1376126 Our Gunners, March Blick Diamonds Bard 144

Once Again

Oahe in Royal David's City

Cy,ilois Gibt's A 53!2r'Oor

Church Choir 19138,,

Hands hate met

Halherley Clarke (with Chorus) 1747.24

One day Sydney Ca!thart (:oGh Piano) 14(14'22!Our island Home,

Oue day Ernest Pike 173 (33'' Sydney Collham (wrifh Piano) 139" -'2

Our little, two little, three little, four little Our land of dreams

Jack Pleasants 1299 46 Harold Wilde & Foster Richardson 1

.ý'F,

One of all the World, The Our Iittle, dug-out for to's Foster Richardson 1f.'"'sd

Sydney Coltham (with Piano) A l93122,Our little Home (with Piano) Sydney Colthaml R'ig ^_?

One of the Best, March Black Diamonds Bard69 ' 7 Our little kiddie sines the best song of all

One United Front Billy Il'ilasms 1'4"- "'

Alfred Newman (with Piano) 1369 29 Our 'Miss Gibbs, Selection I

On his first day born on"leave C. Collins 1727142 Black Diamonds Band 4"c'

O S ight of Hymen ( Romeo and Tuliet ") Our Miss Gibbs, Selection 2

Miss

-4lvena

Yurroro A. I'V,e G.(,. 31 3 Block Diamonds Bind 4"-

On Lautbi-:e Will Evars 542144 Our Straits Canal Tom hoy Paffet) 13!-"aß

On love!it sea, Peerless Orchestra A 83113 Our United Forces March

Only a Shilling Merry

14.5942 Plack Blarnmrds Band 131+

Only .4ndre:v

an Armour Bearer Chu; ch Choir 6491,38 Out of the Past (with Piano) Syd. Collham 17,

Only lit of Engti";h we have got., The Out on the Deep Peter Dawson A

Billy Williams A 18'47 Outoost'= Vigil, The

Only Girl, The, Overture, Peerless Orchestra 1557!14. Ernest Pike B Peter Damson (with Piano) A I

Only Girl, The "-When you're away

Haro:.l il'ilder 1557134.

Over the Frontier, March

Black Diamrnls Band 152

Only Land, The Poster Richardson 1691,33 Over tha Waves, Walte

On Strike ! !rick Darhv 117348' London Regiments: Band 4?'o'

On the Ankle Watch Pa-ade Florrie Forde 102640 Over the Waves (Elelodeoon) Jas. Brown 8

On the Banks of Allan .Vater 1812 Overture Black Diamonds Bands '-

..'--.' "

Zono. Concert ()uartette 976 37.:Overture, " Pique Payne " Home Guanls Ed

On the Bosphorus Black Liatronds Band A 361 8 Overture, " Zanetta " Home Guards Band

Or: the good ship '.'aeki iteaki Doola H. Fay1877144:0 vision entrancing

on these dark ai;ht; Flurrie Fordo 1679j40 Sydney Collham (with Piano) A I.

Osy the 5.15 Herbert Payne nr Hnrrv Fay 14711360 Willie brew'd a perk o' maut

On the ISississippi G. H. El!iatt 104042 Archie Anderson 5%°-,'

On the Mississippi (Concertina) ellez. Pri,ue 16,4116 P. and 0. Polka " 7:c ins " (nand Orch.

On tlra old garden wall Harry Fay 825!4 Pack up your troubles in boor old kit bagr<

On the Road to Zag-a-Zig Peerless Orchestra 9Jfj12 Harry Fay If {..

Onward, Christian Soldiers ! Church Choir 29136 Pack up 'our troubles in your old kit bag,

Onv:ard, Christian So1d.ieri Church Choir 358:38 March Black Diamonds Band Vi l',

Ooavard, Christian iiul'liers ! Paddy Maloney's Aeroplane Charlie Collins 1(1"-x.42`

Flack Diamonds Band 815' 7 Palace March L'Orcheslre I'eotris (Paris) A

Onward, Christian Soldiers ! Pa Le Moor Amen David 3razrll :1 =c

Besses o' th' Barn Band 9741 5 Panama Herbert Payne,cüh Chorus ! -' T

O Paradise I Chunk Choir 3i7:37 Paradise for two, A " Mid of the Mountains

O Promise Me Arthur Gray 133 27' Royal Cremona Orchestra IRý';ll

O,,era Pouffe Overture, Part 1.) Par-ci, Par-la (Bells)

Lent c191'

Peerless Orchestra A I67113,Parted Peter Dawson ,Jas. a 1",

OI Pra l.ouffe, Overture, Part II. 'Parted E. Pike C- F. Zinsrson 1N1'.

0- P- ?"'4A.

P...I.ee n..b.or..,

19701

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'!In r j?_

AQ

IC170ý44

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Peace, be Mill CII..l CPA,'..Iil

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Record "-Arrival of ; roops and Review; Poet and Peasant, Overture

Black bicmondsBa' 1n96.10 Black Diamwu:s Band 431 6i

fe_c" F,:ather, Intermezzo Peerlcssthah. 443 13 Poet's Dream, Waltz Peerless t)rchesi: a 7611t&

I' at Suite (Morning) Poet's Song, The Violin, Flute & Harp 465,21:

Black Diamonds Band A 1351 8 Policeman's Holiday, The I

Pzc"ä .at Suite (Death of Ace) I Black Diamonds Band 829' 71

black Dzatronds Band A 1351 5 Polonaise in A, Op. 40 4 1

1 ';hut Suite (Anitra's Dance) Black Diamonds Band A 209: 61

Black Diamonds Boni A 1361 5 Polonaise in A flat, Op. 53 (Pimn,

rot Suite (Dance in the Hall of the Pail Aster A 13119

.rain King) Black Diamonds Ban I A 136 5 Polonai- a (with Violin and Pines)

',' Heart Herbert P.1ne 1359ý3o Miss Mary Law A 166118h

Parade Peerless Orchestra 1316 14 Polonaise, " Mignon " (Wh istting Solo)

..:n Singing David Brazell 113222! Alias F Berens 1963;20'x

h.it saniked in Darkness, T''e Pcmp and Circumstance


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RECORDS.

P..-.h and Go, Selection 11. Rem ILlscences Black Diamonds Band IS14L S

of Scottaud, 2

Rack Dlsnsonds Band

Puss In Bone Albert Whelan 213314S Reminticences

Put on your rid Green Bornet Harry Fay 292,44

Pur on your Slippers Marie Lkryd 102GI41 Reminiscences

Puzzle Plate 5981.48.

Quack Doctor, The Percy Clifton 15448 Remhslseenees

(;usher Girl L r ers (Fig,. I & 2)

Peerless Orches'ra 971;13 Reminiscences

Quaker Girl Lauce;s (Figs. 3 & 4)

of T'ostl, Part 1.

Black Diamonds

of T'-sti Part IL,

flack

Dfnrnonds

ul V(rdi, Part 1.

Black Diamonds

at Verdi, Part 11.

i.ilace. Dian:on.ls

Bane

Band

Band

Bata

Peerless Orchestra 971 13 Requital, The Peter Darr ;on (i- ish Piano) P.

Quaker Girl Lancers (Pig. Si Peerless Orcke;tra972'.I3,Restless Night, A " Twins " Grand Orch.

Quaker Cirl Selection Honte Guards Band 56R11Rest

-

of the day is your own, The Harry Fay 1

Quaker Girl, Selection 1. Rest, Solder, Re

.-t

P. Dowse,, with Piano)

Black Diamonds Band A 178; 65Return of the Regiment (Banjo Salo)

Quaker Girl Selection It. Fred Turner

Quaker Girl, Waltz

Black Diamonds Band A 178! 6 Return of the Victor,

Home Guards Band 568,11

kfarch

Black Diamonds Band '.

Queen Mary, Waltz Black Diamm: is Iliad 1803. 9Reve apres le Hal (Bells] E. 14. Rushforth

C;aeeu ,f say Heart Peter L as"son 878!25Reve d'Amour !Violin and hfusiel Organ)

Qo.sen

of the Burlesque. (tlaajs) Oily Oakley I :51141 Elate Srutheate and her Sister Dorothy

Qhcen of the Earth Alan 7 ur';er 3 34 Reverie ;Violin Solo) Jan Rude,,s

Qneea of the Earth J. Hislo¢ (with Piano) A 154!27 Hhyfe) yrc8 Gwyr Harlech Ldv.ml Davirs

Qui-wive Gatop (Piano.) Charles Goodall 438119 Rile of the Valkrries Black Diamonds Band .-

Radiant

.horn,

The Church Choir 819.38 Rienzi (Overture) Part I Home Guards Ba%;

Rage, thou angry Storm " The Gypsy's Warning l. ie'zi (Overture) Part 2 Hare Guards Ba,

RoSert Radford G.O. 21. 4 Right .

away I we're on cur holiday

Ragging on the

J Jock Hcrdy & Charlie Collins 1656 36 Rights o' Man y Asrkhy

Hornpipe (Melodeon

Ragtime Cowboy or Stanley Kirkby 1086.28 Fred Camera;

Ragtime Curate, T`re Ernest Shard 1121146 Rigoletto E. Pile, Miss Aleena Yarrow

Ragtime G")lin Mao, The ,

Miss Amy Augarde & F. Cü(ford G

Harry Tay & Stanley Kirkby 1042 36 Rigoletto, Fantasia s"( larionet)

Ragtime Golliwog Man, The G. H. Elliott 1 120 42 _ Hen Carl Esberger

Ragfi=ue Laughing M.s C. Penrose 193446 " Rigoletto "-Caro Nome L'lncognita G

Ragtime Rosie SI'il.' Evans 1; 67.44 Rigoletto, Fantasia (with Piuuo) Mary Law

Ragtime Soldier Man G. H. Elliott 984'AT" Rigoletto "---La Dossua a Slcbiie

}:agtl^,e Violin. The Harry Fay 825441 Miss Yarrow, E. Pike and T. Bates G';

Rainbow Sch, 4tische (Melodeon) Jas. Brown 1145. IS. ' Rigoletto "-'Mid the lair throng (with I

Raymond Overture, Part I. J. Hssaop

Black Diamonds Band A 216 6 " Rigoletto " Selection, Part I.

Raymond Overture, Part 11. Black Diamond. Band ?.

Black Diamonds Bard A 216 6 Rigoletto," Selection, Part 11.

r

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Recruiting

Red Marines

Red Pepper.

Descripis,e 1407.48

March, 'Ihr-

Black Liamonds Band 1034 71

Ragtime Peerless Orchutra 900'IR

Rigoletto

Rigoletto

Blark Diamonds Band A

"--That all the load of infamy

Miss Farrow & 2'. Bates G.

"-Woman is fickle (r, ith Pianc

Reti Rose, " 'dons. 13eaucaire ' S. Coliham 19-'0'24 1. Hulog

Red Ro.,es Barre.' Organ 12.5 1 Rimington Bess:s s' th' Barn Band

Red, White

-

and Blue Ernest Pike 572 32 Ring and a sprig of white heather, A (with

Red, White and Blue (Parody) I-red Cu-wo 34° 12

'

Chorus) Herbere Payne

Red Wing, Interm^zro Imperial Baud 2711 Ring down the Curtain Herbert Payne

Redwing

Herbert Payne 47S 30

_

Ring me up Heaven Herbert Payr.i

Reel and S.rattspeys Black Dumonds Land 8c0 1 King oat the Be/:s for Christina> Ghoir & Bal

A.G.-.. Th. N- 7...ear R3A. ýR-¢ nnt thnc. R.Rc Hn"rv F- X Taci 71en1y :

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Reine de Saba (Marche de Cortege! 1 Home Guzrds Sat?-.

Bloch I/iaawnds /land 91: 5'Risin . E rly in the morning Harry Lamae

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Black Diarnonls

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Black Diamonds

Band A 18B' 6Robiu Adair ('Cello, with Pianot

I Robin Adair and Mary of Argyle

Band A 188; 6 Mustrl Organ)

Jan L.inde'

(l'io.'in ord

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Elsie Southgate a,J her Sister Dorolky

Band 1019' 7;Robin and itihe Wren Herbert Payr.,

Robin Hood "-The Armoi is Song

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BanJ 1019' 7 Eoire-t Radford G.('

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Bridge Pw,ers ,":62 PRcses of the South, Waitz

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A Gk& M5 3ý1 BW DAmnh MW 145(,ý

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Miss Mary Law A 11212.3 Rule Britannia Frr.Qire Glee Party 576'381

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.2-R.ussian

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Harold Wilde (with ia4o) A 171 34Russian National Anthcrn

:,and co Juliet "--0 Night of laymen Black Diamor is P2 id 14091 &

Miss Yarrow and E. Pike G.O. 31 3 Russian National Anthem (with Plays 6, Vi

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Robot Redford G.O. 24' 4 Roy Bias, Overture Black Diamonds Band A 102 6

and Juliet Sele.a? ins, Part T. Sable, you're so condescending

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-z: and Juliet ' Seiectinns, Part 11. Sale in the esrms of Jesus C:ho ck Choir bi1381

Black Diamonds Band A 228, 6 Sa Sling Peter Damson 513.231

_o and Juliet W'o1tz -tong Sa lcr's Coosolatl5n, A E. Pike & P, Dawson 1039 si')

31 t Plirabet r Ned-bo?,l G.0. 25! 4 Sat ",rs dau t rare Harry 17ry 19_-,'.44:

^r, and jul,et ' Watt Song --- Sailor's Gran the john 73v a ev A 33ý22j

Mdme. E. Imes-Hudson A 85 Sailor's F P. D^.u

-.rlis .1 son pith P.ar"r',l's '

Rosin- (Banjo) Fred Turner 10515 at its and Sinners, Waltz Peerless Orch ýlrre 920,10

Polka (Piccolo Salo) 'in our Alley Harold 4;1e 209'34i

Georg; Gunderson. 121119,Saltaecllo (Piccolo) IFiru:ie 11'tdson 1043)19

"- -c, the Prairie Flower Chorus) Salo: a Liege Shack Ds is B,tnd Litnd' 8!

Hallo riet Clarke 1853,24 Salut 'I'Amour (Yir.16t, Flute & 11.'p) e41i21'

;three Alfred Ne' man (with Piano; 1337l29Saiut d 4 :rr Black Diamonds Band ?655 5''

.:aae Overture, Part 1. { ` Sar..bre Meuse " March

Black Diamasds Band 1. 139''

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i B:ack Diamonds Band 1.788; 2

G'% c'an,1 Overtu_e, Part 11. Dame

as his father did tefore him, The I

Black Di %v L Band A 139, n' Harry Lauder 899, 2'

Inc (Cornet) m". 1. G:dart A 90 1'7',Sam.-ny, come over here Harry Fay 11133'14

f he (Plain, Fh:re & lie-n) 6641 21 Samoa (with Chorus) Herbert Payne Iß:'6;31)

Attest Pike 851,32i" Saru,'n "-IIonour and Arms

'i he A_' o. Concert P,;riv 'udlis Organ1296'38' Foster Richardson A 1Pß.831

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t.ýlalc and her Sister Dorothy 16'5 1. Fos-ter Richardson A 207331

1% aRing, A Lo-rie Br no`s 1689,12 " Samsono "-- 1-otat Eclipso

Sydney Callkarn (With Piano) 12642SJe.senh Creethaes A 1211231

L'Lscgn is G.O. 421 41Sands.o' Dee, fits: (with Piano)

, see an''. Vahe Lento S9'drtey Coltharn A 20622,,

La Garde Re a14lica0te Bard it 19,10Sandy Boy Stanley Kirkby 1274 28'

"a;ier Scaeeticu Peerless Orchestra A 10 '.I3'Sanc'.y Boy, my Soldier f,addie Hairy Nay 1424'44.

11ier Waltz Ferries. r.'rrhe>trn P 105I13'Siady Mae, One-step Peerless Orchestra 10781131,

My Heart Cvniais Gibbs A 49.13 Sa;;l : a Valse. The Parisian Crri:. 117,12

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Silme. Eleanor Jones-Hudson A 51127!' Sal'seila," Part 2 (Gems iroea)

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Scotland'; Pride, Part I

Block Diansonda

79th's Farewell

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to Gibraltar

Pipe-Ata'or F3rsyte 71.

Scotland's Pride, I art 2

Birch Diamonds Barest 1526

Shades of h'N:r.ing thee

6 (wilh Piano)

around, The

Sydney Coltham A

Scotland Yet

Scots 'eha

P..4 A. Hope 30527 Shadow in your Eyes, The Sydney Coltham in

hat P A. Hope 30512% obadows ruttish L'l ie Bells,

Scottish Cnief, The

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P. A. Hope 705 27 Shadow

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Dianion'ts Band 13"'i!I B'

of the night ('Cello) Vat. Biene c

Soup, The (" Dinnries

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S:otlisb Dances, No. I Peerless Crch.rt,a 71S13Sbadow5. The Aesest Pike

Scottish !)ances, No. 2 Peerless Orchestra 7'd "?,Shadow Waltz, The Peerless Orchestra

Scottish

Scottish

Scottish

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Dances, No,

Emigrant

3

4

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Peerless Orchestra

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719'1)3 Shall its i-Lets I Chat lie Collins Iso

715 13Shamrock March (Xylothotie) blame. Frassetti ,.,

30526.Sbe alone

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Charme.tb Scottish Jigs'Alelodeon) Jas. Brown

my Sadness (i' Irene ")

7161iil George Park" A

Scottish Melodies, Genes of, N+i. I j She has such dreamy eyes G. H. Elliott 1'.:

(VisSe Solo) Duncan 1'acgregor250)20!Sheil,, O'Neil Billy 14'i:liams 11.,

Scottish Melodies, Gems of, No. 2 She is far froh, the land Ernest Pine '.t

(Vi:slin Solo) Duncan Macgregor 25020.She is far from the land

Scottish Quadrilles, Figs. I & 2 (Afelodtnn) Sydney Cobham (with Piano) A _

Fred Cameron 309j18,She Is my best girl now Lilly 1,1 ilteems ';"-_ c

Scottish Quadrilles, Fig. i (Alelodeon) She is my Rosie Harry Lauder G.0 2

Fred Cameron 3092 18;She is the daughter c f Mother Machree

Scottisu Quadrilles, Fig. 4 (Mclodeun) Harold 1litde l-,

Fres Cameron 310:18Shell Out, Selection I Black Diamost.s Itandlo

Scottish Quadrilles, Fig. 5 (Ilelodcon) Shell Out, Selection 2 Black Diamonds Bandi,5

Fred Cameron 310'15'' Shell Out "-Sprinkle me with lasses

Scottish Quadrilles, Fig. 6 (.Ifeledeon) fierbert Payne 1

Fred Cameron 3! I'1Sh&.made me do it Jack I'leasznis 11_._

Scouting 7oin Foy 62044'She makes me walk in Rag t,me

Seagull Ernest Pike 490'32. Jack. Pleasants ii'

Sea Road, The She only kept on Giggling Harry Fay 7.. '+

Fo2ter Richardson (milk Piano) 1514 33:Shouther to Shouther Harry Lauder (:.0

Seccotine r,nd Glue Billy Whitlock 606 47)Shepherd of Souls

Second Mazurka, Op. 54 (Piano) Zoos. Concert Party (with Organ) 7 -".

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Patti Astur A 1 is !8'Shepherd'a"Cradle Song, The

Secrets, Intermezzo (Bells) E. W. Ruslifseth 1074116: Hess Bates EDHott+i

Secrets, Intermezzo Shepherd's Dance from Henry VIIi.

Band o! H.M. Royal frisk fusiliers A 129I1'ý Black Diamonds Band A 1ý-'s h

See, love, i firing thee'nusbroo.oi, She's awfully iealous of me Jack Fleasants i2`"%'^

H31`011 Afoohsgue (at file Piato) 1681 46 She's a Wondertu! Girl 7or:a Verey 11042

See-Saw "-Dream Boat Ernest Pike 1825I3z'ihe's tae Daisv Hector Grant

See Sew, Vocal Waltz Black Diamo,.'ta Ba'tdl88li1O'Shc sleeps beneath the Daisies Orpheus Qtte.

her that my grace's kept green Arthur Gray 188'27 She's the lass for me Harry Lauder I'-ý

Seinele '

--Where'er you walk -he 1Vandered down the Illountain Side Suss

Sydney Coltham A 20222, Violet Oppenshaw (wills Piano & Violins A

Seiniramicie, Selection Black Diamonds Band A 56, FýShe would Jack Pleasadts I%'.

Sernper Fidelis " Black Diamonds Band 1742 91oLield of our Emni-e Ernest Pike

Sentinel, The Peter Lawson 5205t5"5Ship Ahoy I March Black Diamonds Band

Sereui It- Ernest Fike 1046 32,4 hipmates o' Mine Peter Dawson

Serenade, " Faust " Robert Radford GO. 16 4 Shipwrecked IV h.tlock & f tiff

Serenade, " Faust " R.,oerl Raeford G.O. 24: 4 Should a woman tell Fred Etlon(inith Piano,

Sict.ade Band of H.A-. Royal !risk Fusshers 141O1l26how we the way to your heart

Serenade (Violin, Flute & Hatt) Herbert Payne (wick Chorus)

Serenade

The Francini Trio A 44;Zl;Show me the way to your heart

(Violin, with Piano) Serenade

Serenade

Serenade

(with`Fernet Solo) Flack Diamonds Bard it-4

Miss Alary Lin' A 81!_ti'Shufflin' Samuel Peerless Orchestra '

Louie Broo/.s and Harold Wilde 1677.7 siege of Rochelle. Overture 1

d'Amour (Visits) Jan Rudenvi 640Black Diamonds Band A

from " Suitt in F " ('Cello, with Pia)o), Siege of Rocbolie. Overturn

fit Linder; 1711116 Mach Diamonds Band A

Sorenata (Angel's Serenade) Miss Violet

Oppenskaw (milk Piano & 'Cell,, Obbligato) A 153125

ölege of Rochelle," Selection

Black Diamonds Band

Serenata

ti-zcna!a

Serenata

Syd).ey Gollkam i:,ifk Piano) 1440:22ýilas

(l'ioli+i, 'CeRe & Pimn) 4fi&;31,Si'e

li'iolin. FLu[e & HarOi Gilen

Fýanctnt Trio A 59.21!Sileer

anci a Grai:mpf:one G. H. L.{tiJtl

'Herocs March 331ac4 Di:eonond:. fiarr.i

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S-tgeact of the Liae, A stank' Kirkby 50: 25Sil-r Heels (coseptinc Ales. Print

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March fSoldicr' \i arch f or .iam'selle Trah!a

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James Ushr.rne 159291,1diers of Fortune

z Aveu

.e

JE E. Pike & P. Daa"sc,; 9163x"

Peerless Orchestra 437 III Soldiers of he King, The Herbert Payne 5743,11

Aver, (Vio;in 1 ',jr Sculhga"e

and lfustel r),grsn) " jldi Sol'üer Svdrev Go!lhasz !.rit,4 iý.no) 141 b,2'L

,:d her Sister Dcrothv 166 20IS l'her s S o rig, A + Lawsoor 57:212'.

A""en, Op. 25 (Piano( Paul Asto, A 126,19 Soldirr ! :Shat of the night?

...humley

came hack from Lon.lon Town I Peter Dawson (u-ilk Piano) 12941241

Nal D. Aver 16-46 42ISolenn in Quest'ora (" The Force of Destiny ") I

,. rather joined the Territorials + I E. Pike & P. Damson G.Ü. 121 it

Billy Williams 11:83I47ISo1o Profugo (A )(.nely wanderer " Martha ")

1 had a row with the wife S. Coitham and G. Pa-her A 92111161

George Frrmhy !844I45Somehody Kvows. Somebody Cares

-itv Madame E. Jones-Hwlson A 79127 Herber! Panne 15153t11

:v bliss Doris Comae and Ernest Pike Somebody's Boy Harry Fay 14'

- , Piano) 1250]11 Somrbo(lv's waiting for me L"oiler G.C) 881

i i 'ty (Vv vin and rfuttrl Organ)

i Somebody would lout ou Shoo !3''

Elsie Southgate and her

.Sister Dorothy 178( t Will Strong and Xfzk ra, 175-Ii

r Song abort a Sailor Garry 1' y 147044ISomeday I'll make c:; love nie twit/ Choy s)

": ore (with Chorus) H. Payne 1917,31 11 :be ,f Pay. ie 1888311

was lrioh, 1'14e Peter Da, son 516;25 Some Day S6ydney ColthamS2N,24'

iQ me to Sleep Stanley Kiesby 502 28 Someday I'll make you love me

`in: Sing I Why shouldn't we sing?F.Forde1738I40 Royal Crem.""na r'irrhesire 188311 a`

'oir', Sweet Bird Maine. E. Jones-Hudson A 61 77 Someday (sometime, somewhere, someday)

a Song of Ponnie Scotland j Lerbert Pane 1204 1 Si

Stanley Kirkür 1072 23 Someday your voice will answer Ernest Yske 1478j3

Sioaý. War Dance (Banjo Solos nrith Piano) Some night, some walt,, some girl I

J. Pidoux 1635151 Herbert Payne 16283i'i

-are

r Susie's Sewing Shirts

Peter Dawson

for Soldiers

Harry Fay

1023 24 Soineone's

1419 441Son.eone's

got to love me all the time

Nat D. Ayer

in Towu I know

162114-1

own, we've all seen you ! George Formby1605 441 is) 1). Are, (at the Piano) 168042,

rata " Twins " Grand Orchesh.t 275 141Some sort of Somebody Hovel Cremona Or. 1773!3

1T 1; `r, The Peter Dawson 742 25 Some Sunday Morning (rrnth Chorus) I

Boat Song, The P. A. H .pe 70 27 1'erl er) Payne 1904I311

Match -Rack Dismonac ) znd l0ä3 % Something Oriental, " Bing Bo)s on Broadway

-rd Forget Harold Wilde 69 331 Herbert Payne lS.a''I31

r _;2Forget (Cor"zet) C. White 453r17,Something seems Tingle -li.glehig-" High )ink=_

- - and Use Roses I i Ernest Pike 1702 32j

.Sydney Cnlthass tmi.h P5.-sat 1?;R. ^2:Cnmrarhere Fr....! Pike A t^_-32.

Holy.T3abe ! ' Charrh Lhoir 32913a 4o!newliere a voice is calling Esaesl Pike lO5J!Sei

y: Nly Love, Sleep Cyn:ais Gibbs A 53125!Soinewhere a voice is calling

, {jj

Kille, The

:Yy1 pho. e ?312I E. Pike & P. Dawson (müh Piano) 135Fi36

d;vemcnt, (luartctr._ jr. E flat Somewl;ere a voice is callm (Conet Jo'o)

Engis;h Strong Quartette A 19S Ib Rand of H.M. Rotat Irish Fusiliers I-,

I lo 1+.ý

rand " Hush-a-Bye (with Chorus) SornewFere a .oice

is calling (7 ia?in & Afustet ý

hathnl7-Gtarhe19ig2; Organ) Ehie Southga .ý

mnd her S+ster

r...:rc r>.,...._'

n,.__a_, .-bu.

'ýýý, .ura 9nty urarda, E. Pike, 7korp el Songs of Slighiy " Clsck@Diam2 :nds Band 17

-.'eg L. Stanley and Paler D-smscn G.O. 10' 3 Songs o f the Season, Pat :

' Farewell, The Zoo,. Concert Quo. 681;x+ Flock Diamonds Band 14ý ý1Ul

'`,,er like it Finnic F-de 7a11R,al Snno that r-,.hed mo it. Th.II

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Sons of the Prare

S1CMI:e böRl.l' nana /4iü-.oL7] rie:a. lae,

(Cone rtinn mfih Piaec, Story of a pa:r ei.shoes

r. Hume 191(1;71 Z.Ȋ Pete;

re:el LlawSlü

(with Piano)

..,

Sons of the Sea

Souod :,'eice

A. ' twntan (kitl; Pietro)

H:veyLa!,d.r

359X29 St. Patrick-irish

5-13j 2

Patrol

Efaek ßiamouob Fhmi

Sound lhý Pibroch

Soul of Spriug (n'ith Piano)

Alfred Heal'v?r 501,27 St. Patrick's Dav (Vieuxtemos)

Svinev Goi!hom 186724!" St. Paul "-Be Ihcu Faithful

Jan kudsr,.

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1"ack to V,)Ifr b"Ut

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dreamy. dreamy lullaby ".11 Efhý,!t 43

Jorberl Payne erilý 14ý SO That I'J old home (with Chori.; H. Px me 1 W5 31

W you arm md saý y" lmý me , ' 1 hat. wotmbw Rag pwvs &Mom WO M'

Uerbsyl P43,na WýijE-faat mysteiiuLs nig Harry Fay vid Quariele 81f. 44

, ýn yolir ý=s md tay ymi My me That "Telo')v G. fl, Fi.'oott InC5

-Naughty -*3

-:eý) B;ack Dianit-ds V"d I ME 7 Tlxatwxbshiý'Ied Nlutherof Mize 11. Payne 19571,51

: :o yoijý aýipý.ýnd say X--'pTSn

gWkt-ljc'-'ýoUs ýeeling 23fej,7v Ana;-,,w 1281Sý41

Omm Hma & W W. WWU . .. I" n lnvý "W I rma "Ll

, c PY mml FAme Ford., 68839 Birbe,, Payne (viýh Chorus' 1200i

Hc ý,'- aa3 ---Barcarcllc " -,'Vio tin. ý That's the reason noc I wear ý kýlt ! I

Flue and Eiaa)

135319' :1arrr Lauder 34Sý 2

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.Tranüni`Qlinesl Pike (with Chorus,,I5ýO 2ý

"," !'- laud tiu ca ten thcusaud "" There's a 1onz. ioue trait " Waltz i

Church Choir 205'3bi BlxhDiaNlOd.dt Band 1716. 9.

., Fa-awel! to Kathleen lisroli {Wilde 661'34..There's a lone. tens trail

Herfcrl Payne (wiih Chang) 1618131 'There's a Shiv that's found for Blighty

-. E, Fi;aie, ^ Faust "(1`iotiu & Huslel ý ý - - ý HerFert Payne (mstJi Chorus) 1722 ;ii

I.. so,aizeate aeul ka" Sistv mm-i;:v iai i z rh-,. . "r..,,..,, in .t. - "i'n- rRaccl I

-o, yaitz7

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: et;: t.avatte Pu,lsss Orahestra 5RlýiS,There's a A"ee. h'rc Lma Hector Gr2n1 7591Z7!

,oiediatinn) (V4oJf;t with Man,) There's

amt he old dog yet,

Dfarv Imn s 199':A' - Billv 1Gi3ians 1592'47:

wing Y'iýtin a+:d if z'sie Organ There's ao one like MJther to Me*

::,re oonthgate and her Ststkr Dorolhy 1-311'19 Hatieriey Clarke (wi h Cücrus) 171'524

[üe Icad of Infamy "Rigoiarto ") , Iiiere's only one Eugland Fvter Ric,ardson 1611 33,

.s .3 r":cna Yaarom te 7hcrre. Bates G.O. v.. (Ufhese's Silver in vour Ii air

`,ti jazz Band 11auAýi! * rasa Band llý Rmal Cremona Orrhes ra 17,,45'14'

s Up the ='artc Braes! Shand 46ýThete's Silver in vour Hair :i; rher! Pavne 1701.81.

-iarlie ýLaplin Walk ":a( D. Aau 15r7; _. , I'here was a lai Lorin in Kyle

.S rarr: ,i nieot 836 30.

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: Hudson Cr Lmest TtiAe 1161 36'

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Th y r.:c do as they like with me Tired Hands ýy-ls' Collham !xilh Piano) 1?.

The-r

TLey

:au't

can't

:ind K=IN

f:nd me

Billy ü iliiams 1435 47 'Tis a story thai st li live for ever

ii!ly 1:erson 6S? 46' S1anlev

Jack Pleasants 1799 47 'Tis tüe 1-iarp in the air, " Maritan.,

KitAby -

:

They didn't

"3 her didn't

believe n:e

U.,lly Carrick

believe me I.v/a!

.rank

Gycmo

?Wley 1533: f Tito Mattei's

a Or. 167114.

Aldme. Ptanor Jones-H.dsnn

Grand Valse j Piano)

Glwles Gooda:

A

The) 're nil good lads Geore Formdry 1349'41 {'oast, the

Thev'ýe far, far awa' ]. U. Jtack:ar,e I 16 29"roberi uorc

i.Fy sang "God Save the King " F. Fýadel 41,1a. 40: TOilers, The

They were sineine " Home. Sweet Heine ýTo-Lrt

- - --v -- _ - Harry Pall 202,44, I o Marv

Tuey wou't have me Half-cast Fight " :oin Bowling .

C:rcrlia Coll:n.s 1697 42 Tom Sot ling

Foster 1Schzr:,m:

Ham Laud,

Hebert Payne

Geurrt Formbr

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