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  • Recording Title

    I love you Sunday

  • Other Title(s)

    • Medley fox trot (Title descriptor)
    • Ev'rybody calls me honey (Additional title)
  • Musical group

    Benson Orchestra of Chicago

  • Arranger

    Roy Bargy

  • Composer

    Charley Straight

  • Alto saxophone

    Matthew Amaturo

  • Banjo

    Joe Miller

  • Bass saxophone

    William Foeste

  • Clarinet

    Matthew Amaturo

  • Piano

    Roy Bargy

  • Soprano saxophone

    Matthew Amaturo

  • Tenor saxophone

    Thomas Thatcher

  • Trombone

    Guy Carey

  • Trumpet

    Rick Adkins

  • Violin

    Joe Baum

  • Leader

    Roy Bargy

  • Genre(s)

    Ragtime, jazz, and more

  • Category

    Instrumental

  • Description

    Jazz/dance band

  • Instrumentation

    2 violins, saxophone, bass saxophone, piano, cornet, trombone, banjo, and traps

  • Label Name/Number

    Victor 18701

  • Matrix Number/Take Number

    B-24489/4

  • Recording Date

    1920-09-24

  • Place of Recording

    Camden, New Jersey

  • Size

    10"

  • Duration

    03:18

  • Notes

    Instrumentation listed here appears in Victor ledgers for 9/22/1920 and is assumed to be the same for all of this group's recording sessions during the week of 9/20/1920. Collective personnel (unconfirmed) from Archeophone CD.

  • Rights & Access

    This recording is protected by state copyright laws in the United States. The Library of Congress has obtained a license from rights holders to offer it as streamed audio only. Downloading is not permitted. The authorization of rights holders of the recording is required in order to obtain a copy of the recording. Contact jukebox@loc.gov for more information.

    Credits

    Source of original recording: Recorded Sound Section, Library of Congress. Inclusion of the recording in the National Jukebox, courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment.

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