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Peerless Quartet

Peerless Quartet, a popular and long-lived ensemble, was organized in 1906 by bass Frank C. Stanley. The quartet's sound was built around the clear-toned and easily recognizable tenor of Henry Burr. Upon Stanley's death in 1910, Burr became its manager and was the one constant member of the group until its dissolution in 1928. The Peerless Quartet began recording for Victor Records in 1908.

The following recordings featuring Peerless Quartet are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocal group That southern hospitality Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Peerless Quartet 1915-02-24
Vocal group Rah! Rah! Rah! Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Peerless Quartet 1908-04-21
Vocal group San Francisco bound Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Peerless Quartet 1913-04-18
Vocal group My Turkish Opal Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Peerless Quartet 1913-04-18
Vocal group Georgia land Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Peerless Quartet 1913-04-18
Vocal group At the telephone Descriptive scene, with orchestra Peerless Quartet 1911-07-05
Vocal group In blinky, winky, chinky Chinatown Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Peerless Quartet 1915-09-27
Vocal group I'm coming back to Dixie and you Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Peerless Quartet 1914-06-16
Vocal group The high cost of loving Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Peerless Quartet 1914-06-16
Vocal group If I had someone like you at home (I wouldn't want to go out) Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Peerless Quartet 1914-05-11