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Nathaniel Shilkret

Nathaniel Shilkret (1892–1982) served for many years as the Victor Company's musical director and was the creator of the Victor Salon Orchestra. Shilkret was a classically trained clarinetist, pianist, composer, and arranger and handled recording sessions as disparate as grand opera, ethnic ensembles, and dance music with equal skill.

The following recordings featuring Nathaniel Shilkret are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Conductor Hands across the sea (march) Band Sousa's Band 1923-04-10
Conductor Manhattan Beach march Band Sousa's Band 1923-07-20
Conductor Under the Double Eagle (march) Band Sousa's Band 1923-04-10
Conductor Jack Tar march Band Sousa's Band 1905-10-26
Conductor High school cadets march Band Sousa's Band 1923-01-16
Conductor Washington Post march Band Sousa's Band 1923-11-02
Conductor Ant mariu krantelio Male vocal solo, with orchestra Jonas Butēnas 1918-05-09
Conductor Val aš Pakirščiau Male vocal solo, with orchestra Jonas Butēnas 1918-05-09
Conductor Gypsy song Male vocal solo, with orchestra Bernardo Olshansky 1918-05-31
Conductor Mot kveld Female vocal solo, with orchestra Eleonora Olson 1918-03-14