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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: 31-40 of 44
  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Open up your heart (let me in) Male vocal duet, with orchestra James F. Harrison [i.e., Frederick Wheeler]; James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller] 1915-06-11
Vocalist - Tenor vocal The trail to Sunset Valley Male vocal duet, with orchestra James F. Harrison [i.e., Frederick Wheeler]; James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller] 1916-10-16
Vocalist - Tenor vocal If it takes a thousand years Male vocal duet, with orchestra James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller]; James F. Harrison [i.e., Frederick Wheeler] 1915-10-29
Vocalist - Tenor vocal There's a long, long trail Male vocal duet, with orchestra James F. Harrison [i.e., Frederick Wheeler]; James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller] 1915-09-29
Vocalist - Tenor vocal The sweetest girl in Monterey Male vocal duet, with mandolin and orchestra James F. Harrison [i.e., Frederick Wheeler]; James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller] 1915-08-11
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Dah's gwineter be er lan'slide Male vocal solo, with orchestra Reed Miller 1915-07-23
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Old Virginny days Male vocal duet, with orchestra James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller]; James F. Harrison [i.e., Frederick Wheeler] 1917-10-03
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Dream girl o' mine Male vocal solo, with bells and orchestra Reed Miller 1914-02-24
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Friend to the end Male vocal solo, with orchestra Reed Miller 1914-02-25
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Fair Hawaii Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Edna Brown [i.e., Elsie Baker]; James Reed [i.e., Reed Miller] 1916-04-06