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Evan Williams

Evan Williams (1867–1918), an American-born tenor, spent the early years of his career in Europe, where he made his first recordings for Gramophone and Pathé. Once back in America, he became established as a Victor Records Red Seal artist, recording prolifically between 1906 and 1917. He specialized in sacred songs, art songs, and oratorio and opera selections.

The following recordings featuring Evan Williams are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Holy night Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra and cello obligato Evan Williams 1908-11-20
Vocalist - Tenor vocal The lass of Richmond Hill Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Evan Williams 1908-11-20
Vocalist - Tenor vocal The song that reached my heart Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Henry Evans [i.e., Evan Williams] 1908-11-21
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Sound an alarm Tenor vocal solo, with trumpet and orchestra Evan Williams; Emil Keneke 1908-12-17
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Lohengrin's narrative Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Evan Williams 1908-12-18
Vocalist - Tenor vocal A perfect day Tenor vocal solo, with cello and orchestra Evan Williams 1913-02-28
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Ah, love, but a day Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Evan Williams 1913-02-28
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Alice, where art thou? Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Evan Williams 1912-07-18
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Oh, paradise Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Evan Williams 1909-10-08
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Sweet Miss Mary Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Evan Williams 1907-10-07