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Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler

Elizabeth and William Wheeler (1875–ca. 1972 and 1875–1966, respectively) were an American singing couple who enjoyed a nine-year stint as Victor recording artists. They also sang—together and separately—for many other recording companies, including the Edison, Indestructible, Leeds and Catlin, and Pathé companies. In addition to recording copiously, including many performances as members of the Victor Light Opera Company, they both were vocal instructors. William was once the head of the vocal department at the University of Michigan.

The following recordings featuring Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocal group Schubert's serenade Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler 1909-09-15
Vocal group Abide with me Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler 1910-05-03
Vocal group Softly now the light of day Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler 1910-05-03
Vocal group Ah, yes, I love you Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler 1911-04-28
Vocal group Barcarolle Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler 1910-09-15
Vocal group A night in Venice Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler 1909-11-22
Vocal group I heard the voice of Jesus say Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler 1910-02-01
Vocal group He leadeth me Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler 1910-02-01
Vocal group What a friend we have in Jesus Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler 1915-12-23