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Harry Tally

Harry Tally (1866–1939), a sweet-voiced tenor who recorded prolifically, was a member of a well-known vaudeville singing act, the Empire City Four. Tally recorded as a soloist for Columbia, Zonophone, Victor, Leeds, U.S. Everlasting, and probably other companies as well. He introduced on record the all-time standard "Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie." He also recorded with his long-time Empire City colleague Harry Mayo for Edison. These duets with Mayo are finely tuned performances combining expert harmonization with hilariously unrelated nonchalant banter.

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

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal I've got a feelin' for you Male vocal solo, with piano Harry Tally 1904-07-19
Vocalist - Tenor vocal My Irish Molly-O Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Tally 1905-12-07
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Fly away birdie to heaven Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Tally 1905-12-08
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Silver heels Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Tally
Vocalist - Tenor vocal A little lunch for two Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Tally
Vocalist - Tenor vocal A friend of mine told a friend of mine Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harry Tally