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Rudy Wiedoeft

Rudy Wiedoeft (1893–1940) was a clarinetist and saxophonist best remembered for his virtuosity on the C-melody saxophone. Wiedoeft made his first recordings for Edison, on clarinet, with a group known as The Frisco Jass Band.

The following recordings featuring Rudy Wiedoeft are available in the National Jukebox:

Results: 11-19 of 19
  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Instrumentalist - Saxophone Valse mazanetta Saxophone solo, with piano Rudy Wiedoeft 1924-10-29
Instrumentalist - Saxophone Kiss me again Saxophone solo, with piano Rudy Wiedoeft 1924-12-17
Instrumentalist - Saxophone Sax-o-phun Jazz/dance band, with saxophone solo George Olsen and His Music; Rudy Wiedoeft 1924-08-20
Instrumentalist - Saxophone Ev'ry night I cry myself to sleep over you Tenor vocal solo, with piano, saxophone, and orchestra Henry Burr 1923-10-31
Instrumentalist - Saxophone Little pal of long ago Male vocal solo, with orchestra Henry Burr 1923-04-05
Instrumentalist - Saxophone Dear one Male vocal solo, with saxophone and piano Henry Burr 1925-02-18
Instrumentalist - Saxophone Souvenir Saxophone solo, with piano Rudy Wiedoeft 1923-09-22
Instrumentalist - Saxophone Saxarella Saxophone solo, with piano Rudy Wiedoeft 1923-09-22
Instrumentalist - Saxophone Honest and truly Male vocal solo, with saxophone and piano Henry Burr 1925-02-18