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Corinne Morgan

Corinne Morgan (ca. 1874–1950), a contralto who sang in a wide variety of styles, including opera and popular song, recorded prolifically for Victor Records between 1903 and 1909. Her discography includes many duets with bass singer Frank C. Stanley.

The following recordings featuring Corinne Morgan are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Contralto Home to our mountains Vocal duet (contralto and tenor), with orchestra Corinne Morgan; Harry Macdonough 1909-03-09
Vocalist - Contralto The moon has his eye on you Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Frank C. Stanley; Corinne Morgan 1906-03-20
Vocalist - Contralto In the gloaming Female vocal solo, with orchestra Corinne Morgan 1909-06-17
Vocalist - Contralto Forever and forever Female vocal solo, with orchestra Corinne Morgan 1906-11-28
Vocalist - Contralto Oh that we two were maying Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Frank C. Stanley; Corinne Morgan 1903-10-28
Vocalist - Contralto Flower song Female vocal solo, with orchestra Corinne Morgan 1909-06-17
Vocalist - Contralto I dreamed I dwelt in marble halls Female vocal solo, with orchestra Corinne Morgan 1904-05-19
Vocalist - Contralto Happy days Female vocal solo, with piano and violin obligato Corinne Morgan; Charles D'Almaine 1904-05-26
Vocalist - Contralto Bonnie sweet Bessie Female vocal solo, with piano and violin obligato Corinne Morgan; Charles D'Almaine 1904-05-26
Vocalist - Contralto Old folks at home Female vocal solo, with orchestra Corinne Morgan 1909-03-09