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The great war An American musical fantasy.

Title
The great war [sound recording] : An American musical fantasy.
Publication
Champaign, IL : Archeophone, p2006.

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Additional Authors
  • McCormack, John, 1884-1945.
  • Stewart, Cal, 1856-1919.
  • Harvey, Morton.
  • Kaufman, Irving, 1890-1976.
  • Burr, Henry.
  • Ash, Samuel.
  • Fields, Arthur.
  • Harlan, Byron G.
  • Murray, Billy
  • Bayes, Nora, 1880-1928.
  • Murphy, Lambert, 1885-1954.
  • Dalhart, Vernon, 1883-1948.
  • Werrenrath, Reinald, 1883-1953.
  • Hart, Charles, 1884-
  • Spencer, Elizabeth, 1871-1930
  • Caruso, Enrico, 1873-1921.
  • Pershing, John J. (John Joseph), 1860-1948.
  • Baker, Elsie, 1886-1958.
  • James, Lewis.
  • Campbell, Albert, 1872-1947.
  • Jolson, Al, 1886-1950
  • Reilly, William J.
  • Sissle, Noble, 1889-1975.
  • Rice, Gitz.
  • Gordon, George, 1916-1982.
  • American Quartet. prf
  • Peerless Quartet. prf
  • Manhattan Quartet (Vocal group) prf
  • Van and Schenck (Musical group) prf
  • Prince's Band. prf
  • Columbia Quartette. prf
  • Orpheus Quartet (Vocal group) prf
  • Shannon Four (Musical group) prf
  • Farber Sisters. prf
  • Jim Europe's 369th Infantry Band. prf
  • Pryor Band. prf
  • Avon Comedy Four. prf
  • Dixie Stars. prf
Description
2 sound discs : digital; 4 3/4 in.
Alternative Title
American musical fantasy
Subjects
Note
  • Songs with orchestral acc. (principally)
  • Compact discs.
  • Program notes, bibliography, and discographic information (73 p. : some col. ill., ports.) inserted in container.
Event (note)
  • Recorded between 1914 and 1926.
Language (note)
  • Sung in English (principally), German, and French.
Contents
  • CD 1: There's a long long trail / Stoddard King ; Zo Elliott (John McCormack, tenor) (3:17) -- It's a long, long way to Tipperary / Jack Judge ; Harry Williams (American Quartet) (3:04) -- Keep your eye on Uncle Sammy / Abner Greenberg (Peerless Quartette) (2:59) -- War talk at Pun'kin Center / Cal Stewart (Cal Stewart) (4:31) -- I didn't raise my to be a soldier / Alfred Bryan ; Al. Piantadosi (Morton Harvey, tenor) (2:56) -- Die Wacht am Rhein (in German, excerpt) (Manhattan Quartet) (1:39) -- President Wilson's historical message, part III (excerpt 1) (Anon.) (0:43) -- Schwertlied : Du Schwert an meiner Linken / Karl Theodor Körner ; Carl Maria von Weber (Arion, Brooklyn) (1:56) -- Don't bite the hand that's feeding you / Thomas Hoier ; Jimmie Morgan (Irving Kaufman, tenor) (2:37) -- America, I love you! / Edgar Leslie ; Archie Gottler (American Quartet) (3:11) -- Stay down here where you belong / Irving Berlin (Henry Burr, tenor) (2:54) -- Don't take my darling boy away / Will Dillon ; Albert von Tilzer (Sam Ash, tenor) (1:37) -- President Wilson's historical message, part III (excerpt 2) (Anon.) (0:39) -- What kind of an American are you? / Lew Brown ; Chas. McCarron ; Albert von Tilzer (Arthur Fields, baritone) (2:46) -- Let's all be Americans now / Irving Berlin ; Edgar Leslie ; Geo. W. Meyer (American Quartet) (2:57) -- Long boy / William Herschell ; Barclay Walker (Byron G. Harlan ; Peerless Quartet) (2:43) -- The ragtime volunteers are off to war / Ballard MacDonald ; James F. Hanley (Van and Schenck) (2:22) -- I'd feel at home if they'd let me join the army / Jack Mahoney ; Albert Gumble (Billy Murray) (2:31) -- (Good bye; and luck be with you) laddie boy / Will D. Cobb ; Gus Edwards (Nora Bayes, soprano) (3:13) -- I don't know where I'm going but I'm on my way / George Fairman (Peerless Quartet) (2:19) -- Arrival of the American troops in France / Hager (Prince's Band ; Columbia Male Quartette) (2:54) -- When you come back (and you will come back, there's the whole world waiting for you) / George M. Cohan (Raymond Dixon, tenor ; Orpheus Quartet) (3:07) -- When we wind up the watch on the Rhine / Gordon V. Thompson ; William Davis (Peerless Quartette) (3:07) -- Throw no stones in the well that gives you water / Arthur Fields ; Theodore Morse (Arthur Fields, baritone) (2:54) -- Paul Revere / Joe Goodwin ; Halsey K. Mohr (Vernon Dalhart, tenor) (3:21) -- Lafayette (We hear you calling) / Mary Earl (Reinald Werrenrath, baritone) (3:12) -- Somewhere in France is the lily / Philander Johnson ; Joseph E. Howard (Charle Hart, tenor) (3:01) -- I'm going to follow the boys / Howard Rogers ; James V. Monaco (Elizabeth Spencer, soprano ; Henry Burr, tenor) (3:10) -- Over there (1st verse: English, 2nd verse: French) / French words by Louis Delamarre (Enrico Caruso, tenor) (2:45).
  • CD 2: From the battlefields of France (Gen'l J. Pershing) (0:28) -- Hello central, give me no man's land (from N.Y. Winter Garden production "Sinbad") / Sam M. Lewis ; Joe Young ; Jean Schwartz (Edna Brown, contralto) 3:28) -- I want to be a soldier like my dad / Morse (Robert Lewis, tenor) -- What are you going to do to help the boys? / Gus Kahn ; Egbert van Alstyne (Charles Hart, tenor ; Shannon Four) -- The makin's of the U.S.A. / Vincent Bryan ; Harry von Tilzer (Peerless Quartette) (2:44) -- Indianola / Frank Warren ; S.R. Henry ; D. Onivas (Billy Murray) (3:14) -- They'll be mighty proud in Dixie of their Old Black Joe / Harry Carroll (Albert Campbell and Henry Burr, tenor) (3:07) -- Won't you say a word for Ireland? / Wm. J. McKenna (Irving Kaufman, tenor) (3:01) -- When Tony goes over the top / Billy Frisch ; Archie Fletcher ; Alex. Marr (Billy Murray) (2:48) -- There's a little blue star in the window (and it means all the world to me) / Paul B. Armstrong ; F. Henri Klickmann (Henry Burr, tenor) (3:16) -- My sweetheart is somewhere in France / Mary Earl (Elizabeth Spencer, soprano) (3:14) -- If he can fight like he can love (Good night, Germany) / Grant Clarke ; Howard Johnson ; Geo. W. Meyer (Farber Sisters) (3:10) -- Tell that to the Marines / Harold Atteridge ; Jean Schwartz ; Al Jolson (Al Jolson) (2:44) -- Let's Bury the Hatchet / Burkhardt (Arthur Fields, baritone) (2:41) -- What'll we do with him boys? (The Yanks made a monkey out of you) / Andrew B. Sterling ; Arthur Lange (William J. "Sailor " Reilly) (2:56) -- On patrol in no man's land / Noble Sissle ; James Reese Europe (Liut. Noble Sissle ; with Liut. Jim Europe's 369th U.S. Inf. "Hell Fighters" Band) (2:19) -- Fun in Flanders : part 2 / Gitz Rice (Gitz Rice, Henry Burr) (3:08) -- The rose of no man's land / Jack Caddigan ; James A. Brennan (George Gordon ; Robert Bruce, tenor) (2:40) -- Rainbow Division march / Danny Nirella (Arthur Pryor's Band) (3:14) -- Oh! What a time for the girlies when the boys come marching home / Sam M. Lewis ; Joe Young ; Harry Ruby (Avon Comedy Four) (3:01) -- How 'ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm? (after they've seen paree) / Joe Young ; Sam M. Lewis ; Walter Donaldson (Nora Bayes) (2:26) -- Dixie is Dixie once more / Wm. Tracy ; Maceo Pinkard (American Quartet) (2:58) -- Johnny's in town / Jack Yellen ; Abe Olman ; Geo. W. Meyer (Arthur Fields) (2:44) -- The boys who won't come home / Harry Hamilton ; Ed. Thomas (Harry Burr, tenor) (3:23) -- What has become of "hinky dinky parlay voo" / Al Dubin ; Irving Mills ; Jimmy McHugh ; Irwin Dash (Al Bernard and J. Russell Robinson (The Dixie Stars)) (2:44) -- Don't steal daddy's medal / Adler ; Tobias ; Glogau (Arthur Fields, tenor) (3:04) -- My dream of the big parade / Al Dubin ; Jimmy McHugh (Peerless Quartet with Billy Murray) (3:26).
Call Number
*LDC 42510
OCLC
123960646
Title
The great war [sound recording] : An American musical fantasy.
Imprint
Champaign, IL : Archeophone, p2006.
Performer
Various performers.
Event
Recorded between 1914 and 1926.
Language
Sung in English (principally), German, and French.
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Added Author
McCormack, John, 1884-1945. voc
Stewart, Cal, 1856-1919.
Harvey, Morton. voc
Kaufman, Irving, 1890-1976. voc
Burr, Henry. voc
Ash, Samuel. voc
Fields, Arthur. voc
Harlan, Byron G. voc
Murray, Billy, singer.
Bayes, Nora, 1880-1928. voc
Murphy, Lambert, 1885-1954. voc
Dalhart, Vernon, 1883-1948. voc
Werrenrath, Reinald, 1883-1953. voc
Hart, Charles, 1884- voc
Spencer, Elizabeth, 1871-1930, singer.
Caruso, Enrico, 1873-1921. voc
Pershing, John J. (John Joseph), 1860-1948. voc
Baker, Elsie, 1886-1958. voc
James, Lewis. voc
Campbell, Albert, 1872-1947. voc
Jolson, Al, 1886-1950, performer.
Reilly, William J. voc
Sissle, Noble, 1889-1975. voc
Rice, Gitz. voc
Gordon, George, 1916-1982. voc
American Quartet. Performer
Peerless Quartet. Performer
Manhattan Quartet (Vocal group) Performer
Van and Schenck (Musical group) Performer
Prince's Band. Performer
Columbia Quartette. Performer
Orpheus Quartet (Vocal group) Performer
Shannon Four (Musical group) Performer
Farber Sisters. Performer
Jim Europe's 369th Infantry Band. Performer
Pryor Band. Performer
Avon Comedy Four. Performer
Dixie Stars. Performer
Publisher No.
2001 Archeophone
ARCH 2001 Archeophone
Research Call Number
*LDC 42510 Notes on file.
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