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Felix Arndt

Felix Arndt (1889–1918) was an American composer and pianist, well known for his light, entertaining piano compositions, the most famous of which was "Nola." Arndt recorded for the Victor company as a soloist and as a member of the Van Eps Trio. He succumbed to influenza during the epidemic of 1918.

The following recordings featuring Felix Arndt are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Instrumentalist - Piano The original fox trot Instrumental trio Van Eps Trio 1915-01-27
Instrumentalist - Piano Old folks rag Instrumental trio Van Eps Trio 1914-09-04
Instrumentalist - Piano Toots Mandolin solo, with piano Dr. Clarence J. Penney 1914-08-31
Instrumentalist - Piano Indianola patrol Mandolin solo, with piano Dr. Clarence J. Penney 1914-08-31
Instrumentalist - Piano Kak┼źda Instrumental trio Van Eps Trio 1914-08-31
Instrumentalist - Piano Azalea waltz Mandolin solo, with piano Dr. Clarence J. Penney 1914-08-31
Instrumentalist - Piano Silent night, holy night Celeste solo Felix Arndt 1914-12-31
Instrumentalist - Piano Florida rag Instrumental trio Van Eps Trio 1912-07-26
Instrumentalist - Piano Unknown Take Banjo solo, with piano Fred Van Eps 1912-07-26
Instrumentalist - Piano Nola Piano solo Felix Arndt 1916-03-30