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Charles D'Almaine

Charles D'Almaine (1871–1943) was house violin soloist and concertmaster for the Victor and Edison companies. He also recorded copiously for Columbia and many other labels. As a soloist, D'Almaine turned in consistent workmanlike renditions of classical melodies, popular songs, novelties, and Irish jigs and reels. His association with Victor began in 1901.

The following recordings featuring Charles D'Almaine are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Instrumentalist - Violin Then you'll remember me Violin solo, with piano Charles D'Almaine 1902-01-21
Instrumentalist - Violin Medley of Irish airs Violin solo, with piano Charles D'Almaine 1901-05-07
Instrumentalist - Violin The Holy City Violin solo, with piano Charles D'Almaine 1901-05-07
Instrumentalist - Violin Medley of favorite reels Violin solo, with orchestra Charles D'Almaine
Instrumentalist - Violin Marty Maloney's wake Monologue, with violin Len Spencer; Charles D'Almaine 1901-11-23
Instrumentalist - Violin Marty Maloney's wake Monologue, with violin Len Spencer; Charles D'Almaine 1903-02-14
Instrumentalist - Violin Con Clancy's christening Monologue, with violin Len Spencer; Charles D'Almaine 1901-11-23