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Audio Recording Broadway favorites Snyder medley no. 3 / This is the life ; My croony melody ; When the Angelus is ringing ; I love the ladies ; They're on their way to Mexico

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Title

  • Broadway favorites

Other Title

  • Snyder medley no. 3
  • This is the life ; My croony melody ; When the Angelus is ringing ; I love the ladies ; They're on their way to Mexico

Summary

  • Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra

Names

  • Berlin, Irving -- Lyricist
  • Berlin, Irving -- Composer
  • Goodwin, Joe -- Songwriter
  • Goetz, E. Ray -- Songwriter
  • Young, Joe -- Lyricist
  • Grant, Bert -- Composer
  • Schwartz, Jean -- Composer
  • Clarke, Grant -- Lyricist
  • Kline, Olive -- Vocalist -- Soprano Vocal
  • Victor Light Opera Company -- Vocal Group
  • Dunlap, Marguerite -- Vocalist -- Contralto
  • Wheeler, Elizabeth -- Vocalist -- Soprano Vocal
  • Werrenrath, Reinald -- Vocalist -- Baritone Vocal
  • Macdonough, Harry -- Vocalist -- Tenor Vocal
  • Murphy, Lambert -- Vocalist -- Tenor Vocal
  • Hooley, William F. -- Vocalist -- Bass Vocal
  • Hosea, Frances -- Vocalist -- Contralto
  • Murray, Billy -- Vocalist -- Tenor Vocal

Genre

  • Musical theater

Media Size

  • 12-inch

Recording Label

  • Victor

Recording Catalog Number

  • 35394

Recording Matrix Number

  • C-15049 (Matrix ID)

Recording Take Number

  • 3

Recording Date

  • 1914-07-09

Recording Location

  • Camden, New Jersey

Recording Repository

  • Source of original recording: Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Rights Advisory

  • Inclusion of the recording in the National Jukebox, courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment

Online Format

  • audio
  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Berlin, Irving, Irving Berlin, Joe Goodwin, E. Ray Goetz, Joe Young, Bert Grant, Jean Schwartz, et al. Broadway Favorites. 1914. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/jukebox-10723/.

APA citation style:

Berlin, I., Berlin, I., Goodwin, J., Goetz, E. R., Young, J., Grant, B. [...] Murray, B. (1914) Broadway Favorites. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/jukebox-10723/.

MLA citation style:

Berlin, Irving, et al. Broadway Favorites. 1914. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/jukebox-10723/>.