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William F. Hooley

William F. Hooley (1861–1918) was an Irish-born bass singer who recorded prolifically during the early 1900s. He sometimes recorded as a soloist, but more frequently lent his resonant basso to early recording vocal ensembles such as the American Quartet, Haydn Quartet, Lyric Trio, and Orpheus Quartet. Hooley's recording career began in the mid 1890s and lasted until his death in 1918. He also sang professionally in church choirs and synagogues.

The following recordings featuring William F. Hooley are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Bass vocal Gems from The girl from Utah Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra Victor Light Opera Company 1914-09-11
Vocalist - Bass vocal It's a long, long way to Tipperary Male vocal quartet, with orchestra American Quartet 1914-09-15
Vocalist - Bass vocal Pastoral symphony Chorus, with orchestra Victor Mixed Chorus 1914-10-30
Vocalist - Bass vocal Chinatown, my Chinatown Male vocal quartet, with orchestra American Quartet 1914-10-27
Vocalist - Bass vocal Tennessee, I hear you calling me Male vocal quartet, with orchestra American Quartet 1914-10-27
Vocalist - Bass vocal It's a long, long way to Tipperary Tenor vocal solo, with male chorus and orchestra John McCormack 1914-11-23
Vocalist - Bass vocal The vacant chair Tenor vocal solo, with male vocal chorus, celeste, and orchestra John McCormack 1915-03-31
Vocalist - Bass vocal I knew him when he was all right Male vocal quartet, with orchestra American Quartet 1914-12-02
Vocalist - Bass vocal Verdi's Attila Mixed vocal trio Lyric Trio 1901-11-07
Vocalist - Bass vocal War song of the Normans Male vocal quartet, unaccompanied Victor Male Chorus 1914-12-23