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Harry Macdonough

Harry Macdonough (John Scantlebury Macdonald) (1871–1931) recorded both as a soloist and as a member of the prolific Haydn Quartet. The Canadian-born tenor made his first recordings in 1900 and reportedly appeared on over 1000 titles. He also worked as an assistant recording director for Victor Records.

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

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal College life march Orchestra, with male chorus Victor Orchestra 1909-04-05
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Columbia, the gem of the ocean Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Macdonough 1905-06-01
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Honeymoon Hall Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Macdonough 1905-09-13
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Down where the silv'ry Mohawk flows Male vocal solo and male vocal quartet, with orchestra Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet 1909-01-21
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Shall we meet beyond the river Male vocal duet, with organ Harry Macdonough; Frank C. Stanley 1905-08-07
Vocalist - Tenor vocal When the moon is in the sky Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Macdonough 1905-09-13
Vocalist - Tenor vocal When the whip-poor-will sings, Marguerite Male vocal duet, with orchestra Harry Macdonough; Frank C. Stanley 1906-02-02
Vocalist - Tenor vocal When the mocking birds are singing in the wildwood Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Macdonough 1909-03-11
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Moon dear Male vocal quartet and male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet 1906-02-07
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Dreaming, love, of you Male vocal duet, with orchestra Harry Macdonough; S. H. Dudley 1906-02-09