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Gems from Martha

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Gems from Martha
Other Title
Martha. Selections
Gems from Martha
Chorus of servants ; Swains so shy ; Last rose of summer ; Goodnight quartet ; May dreams transport thee ; Ah, may heaven forgive thee
Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra
Contributor Names
Flotow, Friedrich von: composer
Bourdon, Rosario: conductor
Rice, Gladys: vocalist, soprano vocal
Baker, Elsie: vocalist, contralto
Harrison, Charles: vocalist, tenor vocal
Murphy, Lambert: vocalist, tenor vocal
Cairns, Clifford: vocalist, baritone vocal
Dadmun, Royal: vocalist, baritone vocal
Levy, Ted: instrumentalist, piano
Kline, Olive: vocalist, soprano vocal
Victor Light Opera Company: Vocal group
Wheeler, Elizabeth: vocalist, soprano vocal
Marsh, Lucy Isabelle: vocalist, soprano vocal
Macdonough, Harry: vocalist, tenor vocal
Dunlap, Marguerite: vocalist, contralto
Werrenrath, Reinald: vocalist, baritone vocal
Wheeler, William: vocalist, tenor vocal
Bieling, John H. : vocalist, tenor vocal
Hooley, William F. : vocalist, bass vocal
Source of original recording: Recorded Sound Section, Library of Congress.
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Online Format
Rice, Gladys, performing. Baker, Elsie, performing. Harrison, Charles, performing. Murphy, Lambert, performing. Cairns, Clifford, performing. Dadmun, Royal, performing. Levy, Ted, performing. Kline, Olive, performing. Victor Light Opera Company, performing. Wheeler, Elizabeth, performing. Marsh, Lucy Isabelle, performing. Macdonough, Harry, performing. Dunlap, Marguerite, performing. Werrenrath, Reinald, performing. Wheeler, William, performing. Bieling, John H. , performing. Hooley, William F. , performing. Victor 31797. Matrix/Take: C-8908/8.
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Chicago citation style:

Flotow, Friedrich Von: Composer, Rosario: Conductor Bourdon, Gladys: Vocalist Rice, Elsie: Vocalist Baker, Charles: Vocalist Harrison, Lambert: Vocalist Murphy, Clifford: Vocalist Cairns, et al. Gems from Martha. 1910. Audio.

APA citation style:

Flotow, F. V. C., Bourdon, R. C., Rice, G. V., Baker, E. V., Harrison, C. V., Murphy, L. V. [...] Hooley, W. F.:. V. (1910) Gems from Martha. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

Flotow, Friedrich Von: Composer, et al. Gems from Martha. 1910. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.

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