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Chas. Hunn
Lost Sounds

Jean Havez
The Phonographic Yearbook: 1906

John Philip Sousa
Phonographic Yearbook: The 1890s, Vol. 2

John Philip Sousa
Stomp and Swerve
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Lost Sounds Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry 1891-1922 Chas. Hunn Unique Quartette; Standard Quartette; Oriole Quartette; Cousins and DeMoss; Sam Cousins; Ed DeMoss; Dinwiddie Colored Quartet; Polk Miller's Old South Quartette; Randall Graves, tenor; Fisk University Jubilee Quartet; John Wesley Work II, tenor; James Andrew Myers, tenor; Alfred Garfield King, bass; Noah Walker Ryder, bass; Apollo Jubilee Quartet; Right Quintette; James W. Loguen, tenor; Clarence Tisdale, tenor; James M. Thomas, baritone; James E. Lightfoot, bass; Leon Adger, piano; Four Harmony Kings; Ivan Browning, tenor; William A. Hann, bass; Charley Case, speaker; George W. Johnson; Louis Vasnier, speaker; Williams and Quinn's Imperial Minstrels Spencer; Len Spencer, speaker; Billy Williams, speaker; Williams and Walker; Bert Williams; George Walker; George W. Johnson, speaker; Bert Williams, baritone; Jack Johnson, speaker; Opal Cooper, tenor; Noble Sissle, tenor; Booker T. Washington, speaker; Thomas Craig, bass; Carroll Clark, baritone; Daisy Tapley, contralto; Roland Hayes, tenor; Harry T. Burleigh, baritone; Edward H.S. Boatner, baritone; Florence Cole-Talbert, soprano; William Leonard King, piano; R. Nathaniel Dett, piano; Clarence Cameron White, violin; Edward Sterling Wright, speaker; Europe's Society Orchestra; Joan Sawyer's Persian Garden Orchestra; Ciro's Club Coon Orchestra; Seth Jones, baritone; Wilbur Sweatman, clarinet; Emerson Trio; Memphis Pickaninny Band; Eubie Blake Trio; Eubie Blake, piano; Blake's Jazzone Orchestra; Wilbur Sweatman's Original Jazz Band; Lieutenant Jim Europe's 369th Infantry "Hell Fighters" Band; Dabney's Band; Handy's Memphis Blues Band play
The Phonographic Yearbook: 1906 "When Things Was Lookin' Bright" Jean Havez Billy Murray, tenor; Ada Jones; Henry Burr; Edward M. Favor; Bert Williams; Enrico Caruso, tenor; Antonio Scotti, baritone; Byron G. Harlan, tenor; Harry Tally, tenor; Bob Roberts, baritone; Corinne Morgan, contralto; Haydn Quartet; Harry MacDonough, tenor; John Bieling, tenor; S. H. Dudley, baritone; William F. Hooley, bass; Vess L. Ossman, banjo; Arthur Collins, baritone; Len Spencer; Albert Campbell, tenor; Arthur Pryor's Band; Frank C. Stanley; Elise Stevenson; Arthur Collins play
Phonographic Yearbook: The 1890s, Vol. 1 John Philip Sousa The Sousa Band; John W. Myers, baritone; George J. Gaskin; Haydn Quartet; John Bieling, tenor; Jere Mahoney, tenor; S. H. Dudley, baritone; William F. Hooley, bass; Gilmore's Band; Dan W. Quinn, tenor; John Yorke AtLee; Fred Gaisberg, piano; Russell Hunting; Edison Quartet; Roger Harding, tenor; Edison Grand Concert Band; George W. Johnson; Ada Jones; Edward M. Favor; U.S. Marine Band; Cal Stewart; Billy Golden; Arthur Collins; John J. Fisher, bass; Steve Porter, baritone; Edward Franklin; Vess L. Ossman, banjo; Len Spencer play
Phonographic Yearbook: The 1890s, Vol. 2 John Philip Sousa Len Spencer; Vess L. Ossman, banjo; Greater New York Quartette; Roger Harding, tenor; Len Spencer, tenor; Steve Porter, baritone; ____ Depew, bass; John W. Myers, baritone; Chas. P. Lowe, xylophone; George J. Gaskin; S. H. Dudley, baritone; U.S. Marine Band; Silas Leachman; Arthur Collins; Russell Hunting; The Sousa Band; Dan W. Quinn; Columbia Orchestra; Edison Quartet; Jere Mahoney, tenor; William F. Hooley, bass; Albert Campbell, tenor; Edison Concert Band; Marguerite Newton; Gilmore's Band; Cal Stewart; John Yorke AtLee play
Stomp and Swerve American Music Gets Hot John Philip Sousa David Harrison ("Uncle Dave") Macon, voice; David Harrison ("Uncle Dave") Macon, banjo; Edison Concert Band; Joseph P. Cullen, banjo; William G. Collins, banjo; Len Spencer; Arthur Collins, baritone; Vess L. Ossman, banjo; Bert Williams; Columbia Orchestra; Arthur Pryor's Band; Dan W. Quinn; Silas Leachman; Ossman-Dudley Trio; Audley Dudley, mandolin; George N. Dudley, Harp-Guitar; Zon-O-Phone Concert Band; Europe's Society Orchestra; Versatile Four; Gus Haston, banjo; Gus Haston, voice; Tony Tuck, banjo; Charlie Mills, piano; Charlie Johnson, drums; Polk Miller and His Old South Quartet; Sophie Tucker; Van Eps Banjo Orchestra; Harry C. Browne; Peerless Quartet; Earl Fuller's Famous Jazz Band; Earl Fuller, piano; Walter Kahn, cornet; Ted Lewis, clarinet; Harry Raderman, trombone; John Lucas, drums; Original Dixieland Jazz Band; Henry Ragas, piano; Nick LaRocca, cornet; Larry Shields, clarinet; Eddie Edwards, trombone; Tony Sbarbaro, drums; Art Hickman's Orchestra; Steve Douglas, violin; Walter Roesner, trumpet; Fred Kaufman, trombone; Clyde Doerr, alto saxophone; Bert Ralton, tenor saxophone; Frank Ellis, piano; Vic King, tenor banjo; Ben Black, banjo; Bela Spiller, bass; Art Hickman, piano; W. Gus Haenschen, piano; T. T. Schiffer, drums; Mamie Smith and Her Jazz Hounds; Mamie Smith, voice; Lanin's Southern Serenaders; Jimmy Durante, piano; Phil Napoleon, trumpet; Doc Behrendson, clarinet; Moe Gappell, trombone; Jack Roth, drums; Clarence Williams' Blue Five; Clarence Williams, piano; Louis Armstrong, cornet; Sidney Bechet, soprano saxophone; Charlie Irvis, trombone; Buddy Christian, banjo; Eva Taylor, voice play
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