Audio Recording The sword of Bunker Hill

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Title
The sword of Bunker Hill
Contributor Names
Covert, B. (Bernard), 1820-
Created / Published
[United States] : E. Berliner's Gramophone, 1894.
Subject Headings
-  Bunker Hill, Battle of, Boston, Mass., 1775--Songs and music
-  Songs (Medium voice) with piano
-  Patriotic music--United States
Notes
-  Music by B. Covert; words by William Ross Wallace.
-  Samuel Ross, baritone; piano acc.
-  recorded at an unknown location, Nov. 20, 1894.
-  Issued with: Berliner 365 -- Punchinello.
-  Recorded on one side only.
-  Acoustic recording.
-  From the Library of Congress Robert Sanders Collection, 1990.
-  LC copy is an experimental double-sided disc, using two different commercial 1894 matrixes.
Medium
1 sound disc : analog, between 66 and 72 rpm, mono. ; 7 in.
Call Number/Physical Location
Berliner 902
Library of Congress Control Number
00582531
Description
Music by B. Covert; words by William Ross Wallace. Samuel Ross, baritone; piano acc. recorded at an unknown location, Nov. 20, 1894. Issued with: Berliner 365 -- Punchinello. Recorded on one side only. Acoustic recording. From the Library of Congress Robert Sanders Collection, 1990. LC copy is an experimental double-sided disc, using two different commercial 1894 matrixes.
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Covert, B. The sword of Bunker Hill. [United States: E. Berliner's Gramophone, 1894]

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Covert, B. (1894) The sword of Bunker Hill. [United States: E. Berliner's Gramophone]

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Covert, B. The sword of Bunker Hill. [United States: E. Berliner's Gramophone, 1894]