Audio Recording The Japanese sandman Fox trot / The Japanese sandman

The Japanese sandman

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The Japanese sandman
Other Title
Fox trot
The Japanese sandman
Jazz/dance band
Contributor Names
Whiting, Richard A.: composer
Grofé, Ferde: arranger
Heiss, Sammy: instrumentalist, tuba
Johnson, Theron E. "Buster": instrumentalist, trombone
Busse, Henry: instrumentalist, trumpet
Whiteman, Paul: leader
Ambassador Orchestra: Musical group
Mueller, Gus: instrumentalist, alto saxophone
Byers, Hale: instrumentalist, soprano saxophone
Grofé, Ferde: instrumentalist, piano
Whiteman, Paul: instrumentalist, violin
McDonald, Harold: instrumentalist, drums
Pingitore, Mike: instrumentalist, banjo
Ragtime, jazz, and more
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
Online Format
Heiss, Sammy, performing. Johnson, Theron E. "Buster", performing. Busse, Henry, performing. Ambassador Orchestra, performing. Mueller, Gus, performing. Byers, Hale, performing. Grofé, Ferde, performing. Whiteman, Paul, performing. McDonald, Harold, performing. Pingitore, Mike, performing. Victor 18690. Matrix/Take: B-24390/4.
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Chicago citation style:

Whiting, Richard A.: Composer, Ferde: Arranger Grofé, Sammy: Instrumentalist Heiss, Theron E. "Buster": Instrumentalist Johnson, Henry: Instrumentalist Busse, Paul: Leader Whiteman, Ambassador Orchestra: Musical Group, et al. The Japanese sandman. 1920. Audio.

APA citation style:

Whiting, R. A.:. C., Grofé, F. A., Heiss, S. I., Johnson, T. E. ". I., Busse, H. I., Whiteman, P. L. [...] Pingitore, M. I. (1920) The Japanese sandman. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress,

MLA citation style:

Whiting, Richard A.: Composer, et al. The Japanese sandman. 1920. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <>.

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