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Lucy Isabelle Marsh

Lucy Isabelle Marsh (1878–1956), a talented lyric soprano who also enjoyed a modest career as a church soloist and concert performer, was the star soprano soloist for Victor's mid-priced purple-label and blue-label series of recordings, which were considered classier than the black-label popular series, but below the elite Red Seal label. She recorded only two Red Seal releases—duets with tenor John McCormack. Marsh turned in consistent workmanlike performances that produced some best sellers, such as "Italian Street Song" on Victor 60031. She also recorded under the pseudonym Anna Howard.

The following recordings featuring Lucy Isabelle Marsh are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Loving Mixed vocal quartet, with orchestra Lyric Quartet 1910-12-16
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Inflammatus Soprano vocal solo, with chorus and orchestra Lucy Isabelle Marsh 1911-03-27
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Gems from Giroflé-Girofla Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra Victor Light Opera Company 1911-03-27
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Parle-moi de ma mère Vocal duet (soprano and tenor), with orchestra John McCormack; Lucy Isabelle Marsh 1913-05-01
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Gems from The lady of the slipper Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra Victor Opera Company 1913-01-07
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Gems from Madame Sherry Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra Victor Opera Company 1914-09-30
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Swallows waltz Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Lucy Isabelle Marsh 1909-10-29
Vocalist - Soprano vocal With verdure clad Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Lucy Isabelle Marsh 1922-06-15
Vocalist - Soprano vocal The birth of morn Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Lucy Isabelle Marsh 1912-06-11
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Sunlight waltz Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Lucy Isabelle Marsh 1910-03-24