Phono-cylinders. volume one [sound recording].
- 1 of 1 copy available at Berklee College of Music.
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- Physical Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : Smithsonian Folkways, [200-]
Smithsonian Folkways: FS 3886; F-3886 on container.
Cylinder reissues with everything "from cornball comedy to military band selections to serious political speeches"--Insert.
"Edited by and from the collection of George A. Blacker."
Originally issued as analog disc on Folkways Records: FS 3886, 1961.
Program notes and discography (7 p.) inserted in outer container.
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A country girl : second selection (London Regimental Band) (2:11) -- Daybreak at Calamity Farm (Len Spencer & Gilbert Girard) (4:13) -- Tramp, tramp, tramp (Byron G. Harlan, Frank C. Stanley & chorus) (4:27) -- Dream of the rarebit fiend (Edison Military Band) (2:11) -- Immortality : excerpt from lecture The prince of peace (William Jennings Bryan) (2:16) -- The village seamstress (Elena Foster) (2:17) -- Kerry Mill's barn dance (Kerry Mill's Barn Dance Band) (2:21) -- The ragtime drummer (James Lent) (2:27) -- I'm afraid to come home in the dark (Arthur Collins) (2:20) -- Unlawful trusts (William Howard Taft) (2:00) -- When I was 21 & you were sweet 16 (Walter Van Brunt) (3:59) -- Hermit's bell overture / Maillart (American Symphony Orchestra) (4:48) -- Waiting at the church (Ada Jones) (2:15) -- Rip Van Winkle meets Meenie (Joseph Jefferson) (1:57).
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Recorded ca. 1904-ca. 1916.
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