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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 Ve serve niente cchiu Male vocal solo, with instrumental quartet Gennaro Quaranta 1920-04-30
Conductor Core 'e Pate Male vocal solo, with instrumental quartet Gennaro Quaranta 1920-04-23
Conductor Celia Jazz/dance band Max Dolin Orchestra 1923-07-13
Conductor A gris fin der alte heim Female vocal solo, with orchestra Anna Hoffman 1920-01-19
Conductor Senza perdono! Female vocal solo, with violin obligato and orchestra Nina de Charny 1919-10-02
Conductor 'O segreto 'e Napule Female vocal solo, with orchestra Nina de Charny 1919-10-02
Conductor Noch amul Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Anna Hoffman; Jacob Jacobs 1920-06-24
Conductor A child is the world Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Anna Hoffman; Jacob Jacobs 1920-06-30
Conductor Shabbis tug Female vocal solo, with orchestra Anna Hoffman 1920-10-25
Conductor Oj djevojko nevaraj junaka Female vocal solo, with orchestra Milka Polancer Ć najd [i.e., Milka Polancer Schneid] 1919-11-08