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Harvey W. Hindermeyer

Harvey W. Hindermyer (1878–unknown) was a popular recording tenor during the acoustical era who recorded copiously for Edison, Victor, Columbia, Okeh, and many smaller labels. He was a member of the oft-recorded Orpheus Quartet. He sang with a forward resonance similar to that of Henry Burr.

The following recordings featuring Harvey W. Hindermeyer are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Nobody knows, nobody cares Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harvey W. Hindermeyer 1909-04-27
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Somebody loves you, dear Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harvey W. Hindermeyer 1909-04-27
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Roses, roses everywhere Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harvey W. Hindermeyer 1912-01-03
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Honolulu, America loves you Male vocal quartet, with orchestra American Quartet 1916-11-07
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Everybody loves an Irish song Male vocal quartet, with orchestra American Quartet 1916-11-07
Vocalist - Tenor vocal That's the song of songs for me Male vocal solo, with orchestra Harvey W. Hindermeyer 1915-08-31
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Dearie girl (do you miss me?) Male vocal solo, with bells and orchestra Harvey W. Hindermeyer 1915-08-31
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Wake up, Virginia Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Shannon Four 1917-06-22
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Break the news to Mother Male vocal quartet, with orchestra Shannon Four 1917-07-31