Audio Recording Gems from The pink lady By the Saskatchewan ; Oh, so gently ; Donny did, Donny didn't ; My beautiful lady ; By the Saskatchewan / Gems from The pink lady

Gems from The pink lady

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Title
Gems from The pink lady
Other Title
By the Saskatchewan ; Oh, so gently ; Donny did, Donny didn't ; My beautiful lady ; By the Saskatchewan
Gems from The pink lady
Summary
Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra
Contributor Names
Caryll, Ivan: composer
McLellan, C. M. S.: lyricist
Grossmith, George, Jr.: lyricist
Kline, Olive: vocalist, soprano vocal
Victor Light Opera Company: Vocal group
Marsh, Lucy Isabelle: vocalist, soprano vocal
Wheeler, Elizabeth: vocalist, soprano vocal
Macdonough, Harry: vocalist, tenor vocal
Dunlap, Marguerite: vocalist, contralto
Murray, Billy: vocalist, tenor vocal
Murphy, Lambert: vocalist, tenor vocal
Hooley, William F. : vocalist, bass vocal
Werrenrath, Reinald: vocalist, baritone vocal
Genre
Musical theater
Ethnic characterizations
Repository
Source of original recording: Recorded Sound Section, Library of Congress.
Rights Advisory
Inclusion of the recording in the National Jukebox, courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment
Language
English
Online Format
audio
image
Description
Kline, Olive, performing. Victor Light Opera Company, performing. Marsh, Lucy Isabelle, performing. Wheeler, Elizabeth, performing. Macdonough, Harry, performing. Dunlap, Marguerite, performing. Murray, Billy, performing. Murphy, Lambert, performing. Hooley, William F. , performing. Werrenrath, Reinald, performing. Victor 35423. Matrix/Take: C-10032/5.
Original Format
sound recording
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Chicago citation style:

Caryll, Ivan: Composer, C. M. S.: Lyricist McLellan, George Grossmith, Olive: Vocalist Kline, Victor Light Opera Company: Vocal Group, Lucy Isabelle: Vocalist Marsh, Elizabeth: Vocalist Wheeler, et al. Gems from The pink lady. 1914. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/jukebox-129961/.

APA citation style:

Caryll, I. C., McLellan, C. M. S.:. L., Grossmith, G., Kline, O. V., Victor Light Opera Company: Vocal Group, Marsh, L. I. V. [...] Werrenrath, R. V. (1914) Gems from The pink lady. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/jukebox-129961/.

MLA citation style:

Caryll, Ivan: Composer, et al. Gems from The pink lady. 1914. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/jukebox-129961/>.

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