The American Quartet - A Night Trip To Buffalo album
Title: A Night Trip To Buffalo
Date of release: 1900
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The American Quartet was a four-member vocal group that recorded for various companies in the United States between 1899 and 1925. The membership varied over the years, but the most famous line-up - comprising John Bieling (first tenor), Billy Murray (second tenor), Steve Porter (baritone), and William F. Hooley (bass) - recorded for the Victor Talking Machine Company from 1909 to 1913
American Quartet - A Night Trip To Buffalo (1902). Title: A Night Trip To Buffalo (1902). Artist: American Quartet.
A night trip to Buffalo. Ethnic characterizations, Descriptive specialties, Comedies. Takes M-5 and M-6 not found in Victor ledgers. Also recorded as 43 (as Haydn Quartet) and as B-8698. Issues from takes 3 and 4 found in Giovannoni-Lynch collection.
American Quartette, Premier American Quartette, The American Quartet. Marketplace 78 For Sale. The American Quartet. A Night Trip To Buffalo (Shellac, 7", S/Sided).
Artist: The American Quartet. Album: Songs of the Great War: Keep the Home Fires Burning. Download The American Quartet - It's a Long Way to Tipperary. Songs of the Great War: Keep the Home Fires Burning: Best 2 songs. The American Quartet - Chinatown, My Chinatown 02:39. The American Quartet - The Skeleton Rag 30's & 40's Era Halloween, Vol. 1, 2012 02:06. The American Quartet - Last Night on the Back Porch The Great Lyricists - Lew Brown, 2017 03:12. Artist: The American Quartet.
Album · 1990 · 6 Songs. By Lejaren Hiller - Buffalo Guitar Quartet, Florante Aguilar, Richard Falkenstein, James Piorkowski & John Sawers. 2. Mummychogs (Le Monde). By Stephen Funk Pearson - Buffalo Guitar Quartet, Florante Aguilar, Richard Falkenstein, James Piorkowski & John Sawers. The Struggle of Jacob: I. Night Time/II. by The American Quartet. Performer: American Quartet Writer: George A. Norton Male Quartet with orchestra. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames.
Antonín Dvořák, director of the National Conservatory of Music in New York City, 1892–95, composed the String Quartet in F major op. 96 early in the summer of 1893 in Spillville, Iowa, where he went to spend his vacation. It is, as he specifically recorded on the autograph of the score, his second composition to originate in the United States, for it was directly preceded by the famous 9th symphony with its much-discussed leanings on the traditional music of native Americans (Indians) and Afro-Americans. Commemorative plaque in Spillville, Iowa.
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- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.