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Harry Lauder

Sir Harry Lauder (1870–1950) is best remembered for comic songs and rambling monologues performed in an intimate yet sometimes rousing manner in a thick Scottish brogue. Knighted in 1919, Scottish-born Lauder worked his way up from poverty to become one of the most popular entertainers of his time in Europe and America.

The following recordings featuring Harry Lauder are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Baritone vocal The bounding bounder Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1909-12-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal I've something in the bottle for the morning Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1909-12-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Fu' th' noo' Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1909-12-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Wee Jean MacGregor Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1909-12-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal The wedding of Sandy McNab Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1909-12-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal When I get back to bonnie Scotland Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1909-12-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal I love a lassie Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1909-12-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Wearing kilts Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1909-12-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Hey! Donal Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1909-12-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal A trip to Inverary Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1909-12-12