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Parlophone R100 Series, R1600 to R1749

All records in this listing are electrical recordings, issued from October 1933 to March 1934.

 

Cat. No Artist Title Rel. Date Matrix Composer Rec. Date
R1600 Broadway Brothers (Piano Duet) Roll Up The Carpet Oct-33 - - -
R1600 Broadway Brothers (Piano Duet) Sundown In A Little Green Hollow - - - -
R1601 Scott-Wood Accordeon Quartet Viennese Memories - Part 1 Oct-33 - - -
R1601 Scott-Wood Accordeon Quartet Viennese Memories - Part 2 - - - -
R1602 Barnabas Von Geczy and his Orchestra I Always Keep My Girl Out Late (From "Ball At The Savoy") Oct-33 - - -
R1602 Barnabas Von Geczy and his Orchestra Free And Young - - - -
R1603 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Sweetheart Darlin'' Oct-33 CE6159   28-Aug-33
R1603 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Ding Dong Ding - CE6160   28-Aug-33
R1604 Joseph Schmidt Blessed Are They Who Are Persecuted (From "Evangelist") Oct-33 - Kienzl -
R1604 Joseph Schmidt Joy That True Didst Prove (From "Die Tote Stadt") - - Korngold -
R1605 Emmy Bettendorf The Flower Waltz (From "Nutcracker Suite") - Part 1 Oct-33 - Tschaikowsky -
R1605 Emmy Bettendorf The Flower Waltz (From "Nutcracker Suite") - Part 2 - - Tschaikowsky -
R1606 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Die Fledermaus (The Bat) - Overture Part 1 Oct-33 133773 Joh. Strauss -
R1606 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Die Fledermaus (The Bat) - Overture Part 2 - 133774 Joh. Strauss -
R1607 Karol Szreter (Pianoforte) Tarantella (From "Venice And Napoli") - Part 1 Oct-33 - Liszt -
R1607 Karol Szreter (Pianoforte) Tarantella (From "Venice And Napoli") - Part 2 - - Liszt -
R1608 Dajos Bela Orchestra Cornflowers And Poppies Oct-33 - - -
R1608 Dajos Bela Orchestra Wood Violets - - - -
R1609 Dajos Bela Orchestra Butterflies In The Rain Oct-33 - - -
R1609 Dajos Bela Orchestra For You Rio Rita - - - -
R1610 Orchestra Mascotte I Love You Oct-33 - Waldteufel -
R1610 Orchestra Mascotte To You (A Toi) - - Waldteufel -
R1611 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Lazybones Oct-33 CE6156 - 28-Aug-33
R1611 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Learn To Croon - CE6158 - 28-Aug-33
R1612 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Happy As The Day Is Long - CE6157 - 28-Aug-33
R1612 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Sing Another Line - CE6161 - 28-Aug-33
R1613 Ronald Frankau Don''t Pretend To Be Innocent Oct-33 CE5028 Ronald Frankau, Monte Crick -
R1613 Ronald Frankau A Protest - CE6166 Ronald Frankau -
R1614 Kanui and Lula Oua, Oua Oct-33 Ki6089 - -
R1614 Kanui and Lula Tomi, Tomi - Ki6090 - -
R1615 Duke Ellington and his Orchestra (with vocal refrain) The Mooche (fox trot) [Second New Rhythm Style Series No.63] Oct-33 W401175A Ellington 01-Oct-28
R1615 Harlem Footwarmers, The (with vocal refrain) Sweet Chariot (fox trot) [Second New Rhythm Style Series No.64] - W404522B Ellington, Mills 30-Oct-30
R1616 Bijou Accordeon Orchestra Emilienne Oct-33 - - -
R1616 Bijou Accordeon Orchestra Marinette - - - -
R1617 John Hendrik (tenor) with orchestra I live for love (from ''Ball At The Savoy'') Oct-33 - - -
R1617 John Hendrik (tenor) with orchestra I think I''m in love with my wife (from ''Ball At The Savoy'') - - - -
R1618 John Hendrik (tenor) with orchestra Ball at the Savoy (from ''Ball At The Savoy'') Oct-33 CE6175 Paul Abraham, O Hammerstein -
R1618 John Hendrik (tenor) with orchestra A girl like Nina (from ''Ball At The Savoy'') - CE6176 Paul Abraham, O Hammerstein -
R1619 Joseph Schmidt E Lucevan Le Stelle (From ''Tosca'') -   Puccini -
R1619 Joseph Schmidt Recondita Armonia (From ''Tosca'') -   Puccini -
R1620 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Don''t Blame Me - CE6165 - 20-Sep-33
R1620 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Morning, Noon And Night - CE6188 - 20-Sep-33
R1621 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain A Hot Time In Town - Part 1 Intro: Wabash blues; Some of these days; Wang wang blues; Runnin'' wild; Somebody stole my gal - CE6189 - 20-Sep-33
R1621 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain A Hot Time In Town - Part 2 Intro: St Louis blues; Beale Street blues; Barnyard blues - CE6190 - 20-Sep-33
R1622 Robert Naylor Love Is Mine - WE6183 Teschemacher, Gartner 21-Sep-33
R1622 Robert Naylor I Know A Lovely Garden - WE6184 G. d’Hardelot 21-Sep-33
R1623 Leslie Hutchinson Trouble In Paradise - - - -
R1623 Leslie Hutchinson Lay Your Head On My Shoulder - - - -
R1624 Patricia Rossborough (Pianoforte) Nymph Errant - Selection - - - -
R1624 Patricia Rossborough (Pianoforte) Nice Goings On - Selection - - - -
R1625 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra I Want To Be Grinzing Once Again - - - -
R1625 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra My Darling (From ''Gypsy Baron'') - - Joh. Strauss -
R1626 Elite Orchestra Weymouth Chimes - - - -
R1626 Elite Orchestra The Bells Of St. Malo - - - -
R1627 Novelty Players, The Melodie Caprice - CE6172 J H Squire -
R1627 Novelty Players, The Pirouette  - CE6173 Herman Finck -
R1628 Eric Harden and his Dance Orchestra Pussy Cat''s Parade (intermezzo) - Bi1400 Erich Watzlaff -
R1628 Eric Harden and his Dance Orchestra Gnomes Guard - Bi1401 Erich Watzlaff -
R1629 Robert Renard''s Orchestra O Sole Mio - - - -
R1629 Robert Renard''s Orchestra La Paloma - - - -
R1630 Marcel Palotti (Organ) Madame Butterfly - - Puccini -
R1630 Marcel Palotti (Organ) Tosca - - Puccini -
R1631 Grand Symphony Orchestra (Cond.Prof, Knappertbusch Overture (From "Ruslan And Ludmila") - Part 1 - - Glinka -
R1631 Grand Symphony Orchestra (Cond.Prof, Knappertbusch Overture (From "Ruslan And Ludmila") - Part 2 - - Glinka -
R1632 Grand Symphony Orchestra Rustle Of Spring -   Sinding  
R1632 Grand Symphony Orchestra Tres Jolie  - - Waldteufel -
R1633 Emmy Bettendorf (soprano) Herbert Ernst Groh (tenor) with Grand Symphony Orchestra (sung in German) Autumn Song (October) (Golden gleams the autumn sunshine) - 133786 P Tschaikowsky, Alfy -
R1633 Emmy Bettendorf (soprano) with Grand Symphony Orchestra (sung in German) Stephanie Gavotte Op.312 - 133787 A Czibulka, Alfy -
R1634 Joseph Schmidt Yes, You Alone - - La Valliere -
R1634 Joseph Schmidt King''s Page - - - -
R1635 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) I''ll Take An Option On You - CE6187 - 20-Sep-33
R1635 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Trouble In Paradise - CE6191 - 21-Sep-33
R1636 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Dinner At Eight (fox trot) - CE6195 McHugh, Fields 21-Sep-33
R1636 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Snowball (fox trot) - CE6196 H Carmichael 21-Sep-33
R1637 Leslie Hutchinson Mademoiselle - - - -
R1637 Leslie Hutchinson Don''t Blame Me - - - -
R1638 Dajos Bela Orchestra Husarenliebe - - - -
R1638 Dajos Bela Orchestra Thousand Kisses - - - -
R1639 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Dorfkinder (From ''The Gypsy Princess'') - - Kalman -
R1639 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Merry Widow - - Lehar -
R1640 Orchestra Mascotte Waltz After Waltz Potpourri - Part 1 - - - -
R1640 Orchestra Mascotte Waltz After Waltz Potpourri - Part 2 - - - -
R1641 Kanui and Lula Pua Carnation - - - -
R1641 Kanui and Lula Ua Like No A Like - - - -
R1642 Broadway Brothers (Piano Duet) Grass Is Getting Greener All The Time - - - -
R1642 Broadway Brothers (Piano Duet) Reflections In The Water - - - -
R1643 Novelty Players,The Moths Around The Candle Flame - - - -
R1643 Novelty Players,The Her First Dance - - Heykens -
R1644 Bijou Accordeon Orchestra Dorothy - - - -
R1644 Bijou Accordeon Orchestra Au Printemps - - - -
R1645 Chocolate Dandies, The Bugle Call Rag (quick fox trot) [Second New Rhythm Style Series No.65] - W404598B Pettis, Mills, Schoebel 31-Dec-30
R1645 Luis Russell and his Orchestra The New Call Of The Freaks (fox trot) [Second New Rhythm Style Series No.66] - W402938C Barbarian 06-Sep-29
R1646 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Night and day (fox trot) - CE6164 Cole Porter 28-Aug-33
R1646 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Saying goodbye to love (fox trot) - CE6192 Ted Hakins, Harry Roe 21-Sep-33
R1647 Leslie Hutchinson (at the piano) Night And Day (from ''The Gay Divorcee'') - CE6025 Cole Porter -
R1647 Leslie Hutchinson (at the piano) accompanied by Harry Roy and his Orchestra Dusty Shoes - CE6197 E Y Harburg, Jay Gorney 21-Sep-33
R1648 Empire Military Band and Male Chorus Cavalcade - Selection - Part 1 - - Coward -
R1648 Empire Military Band and Male Chorus Cavalcade - Selection - Part 2 - - Coward -
R1649 Harry Gordon and Jack Holden (Scotch comedians) The welcome stranger - Part 1 - CE6206 Harry Gordon, Jack Holden 10-Oct-33
R1649 Harry Gordon and Jack Holden (Scotch comedians) The welcome stranger - Part 2 - CE6207 Harry Gordon, Jack Holden 10-Oct-33
R1650 Harry Gordon and Jack Holden (Scotch comedians) Slippin’ awa’ - Part 1 - CE6208 Harry Gordon, Jack Holden 10-Oct-33
R1650 Harry Gordon and Jack Holden (Scotch comedians) Slippin’ awa’ - Part 2 - CE6209 Harry Gordon, Jack Holden 10-Oct-33
R1651 Harry Gordon and Jack Holden (Scotch comedians) The questionnaire - Part 1 - CE6210 Harry Gordon, Jack Holden 10-Oct-33
R1651 Harry Gordon and Jack Holden (Scotch comedians) The questionnaire - Part 2 - CE6211 Harry Gordon, Jack Holden 10-Oct-33
R1652 Harry Gordon (Scottish comedian) The dyspeptic - CE6214 Forbes Hazelwood 11-Oct-33
R1652 Harry Gordon (Scottish comedian) Sandy MacSporran - CE6215 Harry Gordon 11-Oct-33
R1653 Harry Gordon (Scottish comedian) The pancake that my sweetie made for me - CE6216 Glen, Harry Gordon 11-Oct-33
R1653 Harry Gordon (Scottish comedian) Mindin'' the cars in the park - CE6217 Jack Holden, Harry Gordon 11-Oct-33
R1654 Harry Gordon (Scottish comedian) Inversnecky medley - Part 1 - CE6218 Hazelwood, Gordon, Holden 11-Oct-33
R1655 Harry Gordon (Scottish comedian) Inversnecky medley - Part 2 - CE6219 Hazelwood, Gordon, Holden 11-Oct-33
R1655 Herbert Ernst Groh (tenor) with orchestra (sung in German) To-morrow the sun will be shining - 133790 Rud Sieczynski -
R1655 Herbert Ernst Groh (tenor) with orchestra (sung in German) Lovely is the day - 133791 Will Meisel -
R1656 John Hendrik (tenor) with orchestra (Cond. Mark Lubbock My darling (''Circus Princess'') - CE6200 Kalman -
R1656 John Hendrik (tenor) with orchestra (Cond. Mark Lubbock Two eyes are smiling (''Circus Princess'') - CE6201 Kalman -
R1657 John Hendrik Loving You - - - -
R1657 John Hendrik The Last Waltz - - O. Strauss -
R1658 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain I can''t give you anything but love (fox trot) - CE6198 Jimmy McHugh 21-Sep-33
R1659 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Sentimental gentleman from Georgia (fox trot) - CE6199 Parish, A Perkins 21-Sep-33
R1659 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Ah! But Is It Love? - CE6234 - 26-Oct-33
R1659 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain I''ve Gotta Get Up And Go To Work - CE6235 - 26-Oct-33
R1660 Leslie Hutchinson Weep No More My Baby - - - -
R1660 Leslie Hutchinson Love Locked Out - - - -
R1661 Ronald Frankau Everyone''s Got Sex-Appeal For Someone - - - -
R1661 Ronald Frankau Nineteen Dirty Three And "Pose" - - - -
R1662 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Gypsy Baron Fantasy - Part 1 - - Joh. Strauss -
R1662 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Gypsy Baron Fantasy - Part 2 - - Joh. Strauss -
R1663 Xylophone Orchestra The knight and the hobby horse (intermezzo) - - - -
R1663 Xylophone Orchestra The cheeky sparrows (intermezzo) - - - -
R1664 Bravour Dance Orchestra Follies Of The Imps - - - -
R1664 Bravour Dance Orchestra Shooting Stars - - - -
R1665 Gino Bordin and his Hawaiians Hawaii March - - - -
R1665 Gino Bordin and his Hawaiians Charm Of Hawaii - - - -
R1666 Orchestra Musette Rustic Idyll - - - -
R1666 Orchestra Musette Tell Me The Secret Of Your Eyes - - - -
R1667 Broadway Brothers (Piano Duet) Swingy Little Thingy - - - -
R1667 Broadway Brothers (Piano Duet) Boy And A Girl And A Lane And A Moon - - - -
R1668 Reda Caire (with vocal quartet and orchestra) (sung in French) My Normandy - 139064 Frederic Berat -
R1668 Reda Caire (with vocal quartet and orchestra) (sung in French) Aupres de ma blonde - 139094 - -
R1669 Luis Russell and his Orchestra Song Of Swanee (fox trot) [Second New Rhythm Style Series No.67] - W403682C Russell, Dux, Walter 24-Jan-30
R1669 Jack Purvis and his Orchestra What''s The Use Of Cryin'', Baby? (fox trot) [Second New Rhythm Style Series No.68] - W403992B Stevens, Purvis 01-May-30
R1670 Claude Hopkins and his Orchestra Mush mouth (fox trot) [Second New Rhythm Style Series No.69] - 152201 Mundy, Hopkins 24-May-32
R1670 Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra Shake Your Hips (one step) [Second New Rhythm Style Series No.70] - 152458 Rose, Teagarden 29-Jul-33
R1671 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain I was in the mood (fox trot) - CE6239 E Pola, Michael Carr 26-Oct-33
R1671 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain He was a handsome young soldier (comedy waltz) - CE6241 E Pola, Michael Carr 26-Oct-33
R1672 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain The Last Round Up - CE6240 - 26-Oct-33
R1672 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Swingy Little Thingy - CE6238 - 26-Oct-33
R1673 Orchestra of The State Opera House, Berlin Triumphal March (From "Aida") - Part 1 - - Verdi -
R1673 Orchestra of The State Opera House, Berlin Triumphal March (From "Aida") - Part 2 - - Verdi -
R1674 Herbert Ernst Groh (tenor) with orchestra (sung in German) Italian Serenade (''Der Rosenkavalier'') - 133682 Richard Strauss -
R1674 Herbert Ernst Groh (tenor) with orchestra (sung in German) Der Postillon Von Lonjumeau (Friends, give heed to the story) - 133385 A Adam -
R1675 Grand Symphony Orchestra Kiss Waltz - Part 1 - - J. Strauss -
R1675 Grand Symphony Orchestra Kiss Waltz - Part 2 - - J. Strauss -
R1676 Harold Ramsay (Organ) Finlandia - Part 1 Jan-34 - Sibelius -
R1676 Harold Ramsay (Organ) Finlandia - Part 2 - -   -
R1677 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain The cage in the window (piano novelty fox trot) - CE6273 Ray Morton, Clark Gibson 07-Nov-33
R1677 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Black Panther (fox trot) - CE6274 Dick du Page 07-Nov-33
R1678 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Lily Of Laguna - CE6275 - 07-Nov-33
R1678 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Did My Heart Beat - CE6276 - 07-Nov-33
R1679 Patricia Rossborough (Pianoforte) Gold Diggers Of 1933 - Part 1 - - - -
R1679 Patricia Rossborough (Pianoforte) Gold Diggers Of 1933 - Part 2 - - - -
R1680 Clarence Williams Jug Band (with vocal refrain) The Shim Sham Shimmy Dance (fox trot) - W152463 Williams, Razaf 07-Aug-33
R1680 Clarence Williams Jug Band Chizzlin'' Sam (fox trot) - W152465 Clarence Williams 07-Aug-33
R1681 Robert Renard Orchestra Orient Express - - - -
R1681 Robert Renard Orchestra Serenading Under The Balcony - - - -
R1682 Diana Clare It''s The Talk Of The Town - - - -
R1682 Diana Clare Under Heaven''s Blue - - - -
R1683 Orchestra Mascotte Tales From The Vienna Woods - - Joh. Strauss -
R1683 Orchestra Mascotte The Swallows - - Josef Strauss -
R1684 Weeno, Bravo, Gody and Cuban Tipica Orchestra Slaves Lament - - - -
R1684 Weeno, Bravo, Gody and Cuban Tipica Orchestra Women Of Spain - - - -
R1685 Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra Jamaica Shout (fox trot) [The 1934 ''Super Rhythm Style Series No.1] - W265144 Horace Henderson 29-Sep-33
R1685 Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra The day you came along (fox trot) [The 1934 ''Super Rhythm Style Series No.2] - W265143 Sam Coslow, Coleman Hawkins 29-Sep-33
R1686 Joe Sullivan (piano solo) Honeysuckle Rose [The 1934 ''Super Rhythm Style Series No.3] - W265139 Thomas ''Fats'' Waller 26-Sep-33
R1686 Joe Sullivan (piano solo) Gin Mill blues [The 1934 ''Super Rhythm Style Series No.4] - W265140 Joe Sullivan 26-Sep-33
R1687 Barry Mills and Ronnie Munro Wedding Of Mr. Mickey Mouse Jan-34 - - -
R1687 Don Baker (Organ) Who''s Afraid Of The Big, Bad Wolf - - - -
R1688 Herbert Ernst Groh Vienna Blood Jan-34 - Strauss -
R1688 Herbert Ernst Groh Surely You Have Laughed And Cried Together (From "Birdcatcher") - - Millocker -
R1689 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain No Funny Business - CE6313 - 16-Nov-33
R1689 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Wheezy-Anna''s Wedding Day - CE6314 - 16-Nov-33
R1690 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Louisiana Hayride Jan-34 CE6297 - 16-Nov-33
R1690 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Without That Certain Thing - CE6298 - 16-Nov-33
R1691 Leslie Hutchinson You Ought To See Sally On Sunday Jan-34 - - -
R1691 Leslie Hutchinson The Wind''s In The West - - - -
R1692 Jane Carr (Impressionist) Gloria Gold-Digs-Personal Appearance Jan-34 - - -
R1692 Jane Carr (Impressionist) Number Please! - - - -
R1693 Diana Clare Don''t Change (Be As You Are) - - - -
R1693 Diana Clare Thanks - - - -
R1694 Eric Harden and his Dance Orchestra Abandon - - - -
R1694 Eric Harden and his Dance Orchestra West Hill - - - -
R1695 Scovell and Wheldon (Piano Duet) Nell Gwyn Jan-34 - - -
R1695 Scovell and Wheldon (Piano Duet) Old Fashioned Days - - - -
R1696 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Minuet In D Major Jan-34 - Mozart -
R1696 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Perpetuum Mobile - - Johann Strauss -
R1697 Eric Harden Novelty Orchestra Before an old musical clock Jan-34 Bi1224 Mueller, Melborn -
R1697 Eric Harden Novelty Orchestra (with celeste solo) The clock is playing - Bi713 Pierre Blaauw -
R1698 Broadway Brothers (Piano Duet) I Want To Ring Bells   - - -
R1698 Broadway Brothers (Piano Duet) There''s A Home In Wyomin''   - - -
R1699 George Formby (Comedian) Playing The Game In The West Jan-34 - - -
R1699 George Formby (Comedian) I Was Standing At The Corner Of The Street - - - -
R1700 Parlophone Presents Part 1: Harry Roy and his Orchestra; Diana Clare; Ronald Frankau; Patricia Rossborough - Compere Christopher Stone - - - -
R1700 Parlophone Presents Part 2: Richard Tauber; Leslie Hutchinson; Elsie and Doris Waters; Harry Roy and his Orchestra - Compere Ronald Frankau - - - -
R1701 Ivor Moreton and Dave Kaye, Harry Roy''s Famous Pianists on two pianos, with drums by Joe Daniels St. Louis Blues; Some Of These Days - CE6309 - -
R1701 Ivor Moreton and Dave Kaye, Harry Roy''s Famous Pianists on two pianos, with drums by Joe Daniels Dinah; After You''ve Gone; Nobody''s Sweetheart - CE6315 - -
R1702 Cafe Colette Orchestra C''est Une Joie Qui Monte Jan-34 - - -
R1702 Cafe Colette Orchestra Tinche In Campagna (one step) - - - -
R1703 Elisabeth Friedrich and Carl Hartmann Winter Storms Have Waned (Spring Song) (From "Walkure") Jan-34 - Wagner -
R1703 Elisabeth Friedrich and Carl Hartmann Thou Art The Spring (From "Walkure") - - Wagner -
R1704 Elisabeth Friedrich and Carl Hartmann Siegmind Calls Me (From "Walkure") Jan-34 - Wagner -
R1704 Elisabeth Friedrich and Carl Hartmann Love Dream Wakes (From "Walkure") - - Wagner -
R1705 Herbert Ernst Groh Chanson Triste Jan-34 - Tschaikowsky -
R1705 Herbert Ernst Groh Last Serenade - - Magnani -
R1706 Robert Naylor Two Little Words Jan-34 CE6288 Helen Taylor, May Brahe -
R1706 Robert Naylor I Still Love Mary - CE6290 H. Ramsay, B. Sievier -
R1707 Grand Symphony Orchestra, Milan Valse Triste - Part 1 Jan-34 - Sibelius -
R1707 Grand Symphony Orchestra, Milan Valse Triste - Part 2 - - Sibelius -
R1708 Milan Radio Orchestra The Frogs Wedding Jan-34 - -  
R1709 Milan Radio Orchestra Fiorellini Fantasia - - -  
R1709 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Eadie Was A Lady (from ''Take a Chance'') Jan-34 CE6305 - 28-Nov-33
R1709 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain La-Di-Da-Di-Da - CE6306 - 28-Nov-33
R1710 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain My Hat''s On The Side Of My Head Jan-34 CE6307 - 28-Nov-33
R1710 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Lou''siana Lullaby - CE6308 - 28-Nov-33
R1711 Harold Ramsay (organ) Lost Chord Jan-34 - Sullivan -
R1711 Harold Ramsay (organ) Mexicana - Selection - - - -
R1712 Barry Mills and Ronnie Munro (on two pianos) Honeymoon Of Mr. Mickey Mouse Jan-34 - - -
R1712 Harry Reser and his Orchestra When you were the girl on the scooter (and I was the boy on the bike) (fox trot) (from ''Broadway through a Keyhole'') - - - -
R1713 Orchestra Mascotte Strauss And Lanner Waltz Potpourri Jan-34 - - -
R1713 Orchestra Mascotte Japanese Lantern Dance - - Yoshitmoto -
R1714 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Evergreen Favourites - Part 1 Jan-34 - Ziehrer Arr. Dauber -
R1714 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Evergreen Favourites - Part 2 - - Ziehrer Arr. Dauber -
R1715 Weeno, Bravo, Gody and Cuban Tipica Orchestra Cavalcade Of Congos Jan-34 - - -
R1715 Weeno, Bravo, Gody and Cuban Tipica Orchestra Don''t Be Shy - - - -
R1716 Bijou Accordeon Orchestra (with vocal refrain) Lenorita (tango) Jan-34 - - -
R1716 Bijou Accordeon Orchestra My Alphonse - - - -
R1717 Horace Henderson and his Orchestra Ain''t Cha Glad (fox trot) [The 1934 ''Super Rhythm Style Series No.5] Jan-34 265154 Thomas ''Fats'' Waller, F Henderson 03-Oct-33
R1717 Chocolate Dandies, The Once Upon A Time (fox trot) [The 1934 ''Super Rhythm Style Series No.6] - 265158 Benny Carter 10-Oct-33
R1718 Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra (with vocal refrain) My Sweet (fox trot) [Second New Rhythm Style Series No.71] Jan-34 W403896D Hoagy Carmichael, Stuart Gorrell 05-Apr-30
R1718 Louis Armstrong (trumpet solo) with ''Buck'' Sublett at the piano Dear Old Southland [Second New Rhythm Style Series No.72] - W403895A Layton, Creamer 05-Apr-30
R1719 Cafe Colette Orchestra Nimm Diese Roten Rosen Jan-34 - - -
R1719 Cafe Colette Orchestra Espana Cani - - - -
R1720 Leslie Hutchinson Close Your Eyes Jan-34 - - -
R1720 Leslie Hutchinson Did You Ever See A Dream Walking - - - -
R1721 Herbert Ernst Groh Caro Mio Ben Feb-34 - Giordani -
R1721 Herbert Ernst Groh Elegie - - Massenet -
R1722 Patricia Rossborough (Pianoforte) Footlight Parade - Selection - Part 1 Feb-34 - - -
R1722 Patricia Rossborough (Pianoforte) Footlight Parade - Selection - Part 2 - - - -
R1723 Jane Carr (Impressionist) When You Look At Me That Way - - - -
R1723 Jane Carr (Impressionist) Two Microphone Personalities - Mrs. Alf Higgins - Mrs. Hamish Macpherson - - - -
R1724 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra A Little Dutch Girl Potpourri - Part 1 Feb-34 - Kalman -
R1724 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra A Little Dutch Girl Potpourri - Part 2 - - - -
R1725 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain By A Waterfall - CE6327 - 12-Dec-33
R1725 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Shanghai Lil - CE6329 - 12-Dec-33
R1726 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Doin'' The Uptown Lowdown - CE6330 - 12-Dec-33
R1726 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain You''re My Past, Present And Future - CE6328 - 12-Dec-33
R1727 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Beale Street Bill And Bowery Lil Feb-34 CE6304 - 28-Nov-33
R1727 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Close Your Eyes - CE6331 - 12-Dec-33
R1728 Bravour Dance Orchestra Doll And The Goblin Feb-34 - - -
R1728 Bravour Dance Orchestra Lovesick Jack-In-The-Box - - - -
R1729 Robert Renard''s Orchestra It Must Be Spain - - - -
R1729 Robert Renard''s Orchestra Los Marimberos - - - -
R1730 Broadway Brothers (Piano Duet) At The End Of The Day - - - -
R1730 Broadway Brothers (Piano Duet) There''s A Ring Around The Moon - - - -
R1731 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Did You Ever See A Dream Walking (from film ''Sitting Pretty'') Feb-34 CE6343 - 15-Jan-34
R1731 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain On A Steamer Coming Over - CE6344 - 15-Jan-34
R1732 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain La-La-La-La Feb-34 CE6339 - 04-Jan-34
R1732 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Who Walks In When I Walk Out - CE6341 - 04-Jan-34
R1733 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Doggone, I''ve Done It (quick step) Feb-34 CE6340 Dave Franklin 04-Jan-34
R1733 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain I Stole Back The Gal (who was stolen from me) (quick step) - CE6338 Roy, Currie, Morton 04-Jan-34
R1734 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) Bugle Call Rag (fox trot) - CE6073 Pettis, Mills, Schoebel 24-May-33
R1734 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Nobody''s Sweetheart (fox trot) - CE6342 Kaahn, Erdman, Meyers, Schoebel 15-Jan-34
R1735 Robert Howe (baritone) The Somerset Farmer (Somerset dialect song) Feb-34 - - -
R1735 Robert Howe (baritone) Jan''s Courtship (Songs of the West) (Devonshire dialect song) - - - -
R1736 Herbert Ernst Groh and Emmy Bettendorf Faust Finale Act 3 Garden Scene Feb-34 - Gounod -
R1736 Herbert Ernst Groh and Emmy Bettendorf Faust Finale Act 3 Garden Scene - The Hour Is Late - For Ever Thine - - Gounod -
R1737 Orchestra Mascotte Weaner Madl''n - - Ziehrer -
R1737 Orchestra Mascotte El Turia - - Granado -
R1738 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Gold And Silver Feb-34 - Lehar -
R1738 Edith Lorand and her Viennese Orchestra Christel - - - -
R1739 Dajos Bela Orchestra Please Kiss Me To Music Feb-34 - - -
R1739 Dajos Bela Orchestra Signorina, I Love You - - - -
R1740 George Betton (Comedian) Tokio Feb-34 - - -
R1740 George Betton (Comedian) Pneumonia - - - -
R1741 Czegley and his Hungarian Orchestra Faithful Vienna - Part 1 Feb-34 - - -
R1741 Czegley and his Hungarian Orchestra Faithful Vienna - Part 2 - - - -
R1742 Paul O''Montis Kaddisch Feb-34 - - -
R1742 Paul O''Montis Ghetto - - - -
R1743 Horace Henderson and his Orchestra Rhythm Crazy (quick step)   [The 1934 ''Super Rhythm Style Series No.7] Feb-34 265151 Fletcher Henderson 03-Oct-33
R1743 Chocolate Dandies, The Krazy Kapers (quick step) [The 1934 ''Super Rhythm Style Series No.8] - 265159 Carter 10-Oct-33
R1744 Elisabeth Friedrich and Carl Hartmann We''re Saved, Freed For Evermore (From "Hansel And Gretel") - - - -
R1744 Elisabeth Friedrich and Carl Hartmann We Thank You, We Thank You Both (From "Hansel And Gretel") - - - -
R1745 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain The Buggy Song Mar-34 CE6354 - 15-Jan-34
R1745 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain Everything I Have Is Yours - CE6357 - 15-Jan-34
R1746 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain How Mar-34 CE6356 - 15-Jan-34
R1746 Harry Roy and his Orchestra (from the Mayfair Hotel) with vocal refrain It''s Only A Paper Moon - CE6355 - 15-Jan-34
R1747 Leslie Hutchinson So Shy Mar-34 - - -
R1747 Leslie Hutchinson Dark Clouds - - - -
R1748 The Moderniques Sweet Sue - - - -
R1748 The Moderniques We''ll All Go Riding On A Rainbow - - - -
R1749 Patricia Rossborough (Pianoforte) Sitting Pretty - Selection Mar-34 - - -
R1749 Patricia Rossborough (Pianoforte) Broadway Thru'' A Keyhole - Selection - - - -

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