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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 Lu jocu di l'amuri Female-male vocal duet, with instrumental ensemble Violetta Bianchi Pavone; G. Lo Cicero 1921-06-08
Conductor A git yuhr zu alle leite Male vocal solo, with orchestra Joseph Feldman 1920-10-29
Conductor Udom jesoidoi meofor Tenor vocal solo, with instrumental quartet Mordechai Hershman 1922-03-21
Conductor Stjernor i kronan så skön Male vocal solo William Stenberg 1918-06-21
Conductor Ich bin a border by mein veib Male vocal solo, with orchestra Jacob Jacobs 1922-07-07
Conductor Troncar suoi di Vocal trio (tenor, baritone, and bass), with orchestra Giovanni Martinelli; José Mardones; Giuseppe De Luca 1923-01-23
Conductor Resta immobile Baritone vocal solo, with cello and orchestra Giuseppe De Luca 1923-01-23
Conductor El capitan march Band Sousa's Band 1904-12-06
Conductor Filava filava Male vocal solo, with orchestra Eugenio Cibelli 1921-12-16
Conductor Gnatz ashoon, yegav garounne Female vocal solo, with flute obligato and orchestra Nouart Dzeron-Koshkarian 1920-05-11