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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:

Results: 41-50 of 77
  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Don't let us sing anymore about war, just let us sing of love Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1918-12-10
Vocalist - Baritone vocal The picnic Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1911-10-18
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Roamin' in the gloamin' Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1911-10-18
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Breakfast in bed on Sunday morn Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1911-10-18
Vocalist - Baritone vocal A wee deoch an' doris Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1911-10-18
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Unknown Take Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1915-11-20
Vocalist - Baritone vocal It's nice to get up in the mornin' (but it's nicer to lie in bed) Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1914-01-15
Vocalist - Baritone vocal It's nice to get up in the mornin' (but it's nicer to lie in bed) Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1914-01-15
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Ta ta, my bonnie Maggie darling Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1914-01-15
Vocalist - Baritone vocal The Portobello lass Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Lauder 1914-01-15