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Reed Miller

Reed Miller (1880–1943) specialized in oratorio singing and brought his fine tenor to many different recording companies between 1904 and 1921. His tenure at Victor Records was from 1910 to 1914, when he left for Columbia Records.

The following recordings featuring Reed Miller are available in the National Jukebox:

Results: 21-30 of 44
  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Songs we used to sing in Dixie land Male vocal duet, with orchestra James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller]; James F. Harrison [i.e., Frederick Wheeler] 1916-01-20
Vocalist - Tenor vocal All that I ask of you is love Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Reed Miller 1911-09-13
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Every lover must meet his fate Male vocal solo, with orchestra Reed Miller 1913-04-30
Vocalist - Tenor vocal The fair land of Poland Male vocal solo, with orchestra Reed Miller 1913-04-30
Vocalist - Tenor vocal There are birds in the valley Male vocal solo, with orchestra Reed Miller 1913-06-19
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Flow gently, sweet Afton Male vocal solo, with orchestra Reed Miller 1913-06-19
Vocalist - Tenor vocal My soul is athirst for God Male vocal solo, with orchestra Reed Miller 1913-06-19
Vocalist - Tenor vocal You'll always be the same sweet girl Male vocal duet, with orchestra James F. Harrison [i.e., Frederick Wheeler]; James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller] 1915-09-29
Vocalist - Tenor vocal My sweet Adair Male vocal duet, with cello and orchestra James F. Harrison [i.e., Frederick Wheeler]; James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller] 1915-08-11
Vocalist - Tenor vocal My hula maid Male vocal duet, with mandolin and orchestra James F. Harrison [i.e., Frederick Wheeler]; James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller] 1915-06-11