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Je t'aime =[enregistrement sonore] /I love you, from, "Little Jessie James"Brisson, traducteur ; Thompson, paroles anglaises ; Archer, musique.J.H. Germain, baryton avec orchestre.Starr.
Captain Baby Bunting /(Helf).Byron G. Harlan with orchestra.
Je t'aime :[enregistrement sonore] /sur l'air de "I love you"Brisson, paroles ; Archer, musique ; [Thompson, paroles anglaises].Hector Pellerin, baryton français avec orchestre.Victor.
Oh, those Blues /Murphy, lyrics ; Biese, music ; Klickman.Collins ; Harlan.Pathé.
I'm waiting for you, Liza Jane /Creamer ; Layton.Collins ; Harlan, vocal duet with orchestra accompaniment.Gennett.
Underneath the monkey moon.[Harlan], tenor ; [Collins], baritone, duet.
DixieEmmett.Harlan; Stanley; With Orchestra.
Dixie land /[Emmett].[Byron G.] Harlan, [tenor], and [Frank C.] Stanley, bass, with orchestra accompaniment.
Let's all go around to Mary Ann's /Carroll.Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.
Never bank on a traveling man.Collins ; Harlan.
Who do you love? /Cole ; Johnson.Collins ; Harlan with orchestra.
[Two blue eyes,] Two little baby shoes /[Edward Madden, lyrics] ; [Theodore F.] Morse, music.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Moonlight on the lake /[C.A. White].Collins & Harlan.Berliner.
A rheumatism cure in Jayville centre /[Stanley].Harlan and Stanley.Berliner.
I love the ladies /Schwartz. Follow the crowd from "Queen of the movies" / Irving Berlin.Arthur Collins, baritone (1st work) ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor (1st work) ; Ned La Rose, tenor (2nd work) ; Peerless Quartette (2nd work) ; with orchestral acc.Columbia.
Bake dat chicken pie /Dumont.Collins and Harlan (with orchestra).
Casey Jones went down on the Robert E. Lee //Clarence Jones, music ; [Marvin Lee, lyrics].Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Tramp, Tramp, TrampGeo F Root.Clarence Whitehill; Orpheus Quartet; With Orchestra.
Come down from the big fig tree /[Edward Madden, lyrics ; Theodore F. Morse, music].Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
You and I =Tous les deux : fox trot from the musical comedy "My girl" /Archer ; Thompson.Jack Shilkret's Orchestra.
I love you /Thompson ; Archer.Harold Harvey, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
My bambazoo (a Zulu romance) /Snyder.Collins and Harlan.
Negro wedding in Southern Georgia /[performed by] Peerless Quartet. School days : when we were a couple of kids / Edwards ; [performed by] Byron G. Harlan with orchestra.Peerless Quartet [side a] ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra [side b].
Ragtime Soldier ManIrving Berlin.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra.
Rainbow /[Bryan ; Wenrich]. Arrah wanna / [Drislane ; Morse].[Frank C.] Stanley and [Henry] Burr, baritone and tenor duet, with orchestra accompaniment [Side A] ; [Arthur] Collins and [Byron G.] Harlan, baritone and tenor duet, with orchestra accompaniment [Side B].
The dude and the farmer.Collins and Harlan.Berliner.
Hoo-oo, or, Ain't you coming out tonight? /Ingraham ; [Andrew B. Sterling, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Byron G. Harlan, tenor ; Victor Orchestra.Berliner.
L-A-Z-Y [spells lazy] /[Cecilia Warfel, lyrics] ; [Ramsey] Wallace, music.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
Tthat Mesmerizing Mendelssohn tune /Irving Berlin.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.
As we parted at the gate /Keith.Byron G. Harlan and Frank C. Stanley.Edison.
Blue jay and the thrush /Belmont.Murray ; Harlan ; Belmont, with orchestra acc.
Roll on, Missouri /Harry Carroll, music ; [Ballard MacDonald, lyrics].Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
The waltz must change to a march, Marie /[Arthur J. Lamb, lyrics ; J. Fred Helf, music].Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
I'm a twelve o'cloc fellow (in a nine o'clock town) /Whiting ; Kalmar ; H. Von Tilzer.Byron G. Harlan.
Oh, that moonlight glide /Junie McCree ; Harry von Tilzer.Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Two rubes swapping horses /Porter.Steve Porter ; Byron G. Harlan.
In the golden autumn time my sweet Elaine /[Richard H. Gerard, lyrics ; S.R. Henry, music].[Byron G. Harlan ; Frank C. Stanley], duet.Edison.
I'm running after Nancy.Collins, baritone ; Harlan, tenor.
Dark town strutter's ball /Brooks.Collins, baritone ; Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Bright eyes goodbye.Vocals by Byron G. Harlan.
Let's All Go Around To Mary Ann's.Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Wishes /Jerome. When you first kiss the last girl you love : from A stubborn Cinderella / Howard [and Hough].Arthur Collins and Byron Harlan, baritone and tenor duet [with] orchestra accompaniment [side a]; Henry Burr, tenor solo [with] orchestra accompaniment [side b].Columbia
In a [i.e. the] village by the sea /[Sterling, lyrics] ; [Crawford, music].Byron G. Harlan.His Master's Voice.
Jasper don't you hear me calling you? /Bert Fitzgibbon, lyrics ; Henry Frantzen, music.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
Jasper don't you hear me calling you? /[Bert Fitzgibbon, lyrics ; Henry Frantzen, music].Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
Emancipation handicap /Halsey K. Mohr.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.
Closing time in a country grocery.Collins & Harlan.Berliner.
Ogalalla /Ted Snyder. Casey Jones / E. Newton.Sung by Stanley and Burr, baritone and tenor duet [side a] ; sung by Collins and Harlan, baritone and tenor duet [side b].Columbia
School days, or, When we were a couple of kids /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics] ; [Gus] Edwards, music.Byron G. Harlan.Berliner.
Nigger loves his 'possum /Dresser.Collins ; Harlan.
Congressman Filkin's home-coming /Steve Porter.Byron G. Harlan, descriptive; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Bake dat chicken pie /Dumont.Collins and Harlan, with orchestra.Berliner.
Kerry Mills Barn DanceKerry Mills.Collins; Orchestra Accompaniment; Harlan.
A fiddler from 'way down East.Collins & Harlan.Berliner.
In monkey land /Morse.Collins ; Harlan.
Where It's Peach Jam Makin' TimeKendis; Brockman; Vincent.Collins; Harlan.
With Her Do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-si-and-doDave Reed.Arthur Collins; Byron G Harlan.Columbia.
The Aba Daba HoneymoonArthur Fields; Walter Donovan.Collins; Harlan.
It's up to you to move /[E.] Rogers, lyrics and music.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
Dark Town Strutters' BallBrooks.Arthur Collins; Byron G Harian; Orchestra Accompaniment.
I love you /Thompson ; Archer.The Master Players.
Since Arrah Wanna married Barney Carney /Morse.Collins and Harlan.
When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alaham' /Irving Berlin.Collins and Harlan with orchestra.
Long BoyWalker.Byron G Harlan; Peerless Quartette; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia
Cheer up, Mary /[Bryan] ; Kendis ; Paley.Byron G. Harlan (tenor) with orchestra.
I'm Going Back To CarolinaE Erdman.Arthur Collins; Orchestra Accompaniment; Byron G Harlan.Columbia
Kerry Mill's barn dance /Kerry Mills.Collins & Harland, baritone and tenor duet; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
The first rehearsal of the huskin' bee.Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
School days (when we were a couple of kids) /Edwards.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.
In monkey land /Jack Drislane, lyrics ; Theodore F. Morse, music.Collins ; Harlan, vocal duet.Berliner.
When the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold =Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /W.H. Petrie.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
When the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold =Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /W.H. Petrie.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Down in Jungle town /Morse.Collins and Harlan (duet with orchestra).
A rheumatism cure in Jayville Centre /Stanley.[Byron G.] Harlan, [tenor], and [Frank C.] Stanley, [bass].
The dude and the farmer.Collins and Harlan.Berliner.
The old grey mare.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.
Waiting for the dinner horn to blow /[Stanley].Harlan ; Stanley.Berliner.
Honey bunch /A. B. Sterling ; Dan Caslar.Collins and Harlan.
If you saw all that I saw in Arkansas /Milton Ager ; Will J. Harris.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.
Captain Baby Bunting of the Rocking Horse Brigade /Ed Gardinier ; Will Cobb, lyrics ; Fred Helf, music.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo.Berliner.
Down in Bom-Bombay /Ballard MacDonald ; Harry Carroll.Collins ; Harlan, comic duet with orchestra.
School days /Edwards.Byron G. Harlan with orchestra.
Casey Jones Went Down On The Robert E. LeeLee; Jones.Collins; Harlan; With Orchestra.
Camp meeting band /Muir [Alexander?].Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Down Among The Sugar CaneSmith; Mack.Collins; Harlan; With Orchestra.
Backyard conversation [between two Irish washerwomen].Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Strike out, McCracken /Edgar Smith, lyrics ; W.T. Francis, music.Arthur Collins & Byron G. Harlan.Berliner.
I'm Tying The Leaves So They Won't Come DownHelf.Byron G Harlan; With Orchestra.
Under the Anheuser bush, or, [Down at the old Bull and Bush] /[Andrew B. Sterling, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Collins ; Harlan, comic duet.Victor.
Me And Mandy LeeKerry Mills.Arthur Collins; Byron G Harlan; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia.
They gotta quit kickin' my Dawg aroun' (The MissouriI "Dawg" song) /Oungst ; Perkins.Harlan ; American Quartet.
I'm going back to Dixie /Berlin ; Snyder.Collins, baritone ; Harlan, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Closing time in a country grocery.Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
"Hi" and "Si" of Jaytown /Porter.[Steve] Porter and [Byron G.] Harlan.Edison
Hello Central give me heaven /[Harris].Byron G. Harlan, tenor, with orchestra.
Backyard conversation [between two Irish washerwomen].Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Two little baby shoes /Morse ; [Edward Madden].Byron G. Harlan.
Oh! Eliza, save a little for me /Day ; Hunter ; [Edward Madden, lyrics and music].Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
A little boy called Taps /[Madden ; Morse].Byron G. Harlan, tenor, with orchestra accompaniment.
I'am [i.e. I'm] crazy 'bout it! /[S.N.] Edmonds, lyrics and music.Collins ; Harlan, with orchestra.Berliner.
I'm going back to Dixie /Berlin ; Snyder.Collins, baritone ; Harlan, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Who? me? /[Ted] Snyder.Collins and Harlan, comic duet with orchestra.Berliner.
Way down east where I belong /McKenna.Byron G. Harlan with orchestra accompaniment.
For sale :a baby.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo.Berliner.
When the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold =Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /W.H. Petrie.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
On the Hoko Moko Isle /Lou Klein ; Harry Von Tilzer.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.
That welcome mat ain't meant for me /[Cobb & Smith, lyrics] ; [Gus] Edwards, music.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
Is there any room in Heaven for a little girl like me /C.M. Denison, lyrics ; J. Fred Helf, music.Harlan.Berliner.
The aba daba honeymoon /Fields ; Donovan.Arthur Collins ; Byron G. Harlan.Columbia.
Way back home /Theodore Morse ; [D. A. Esrom]. Roll on, Missouri / Harry Carroll ; [Ballard MacDonald].Peerless Quartette (side A) ; Arthur Collins; Byron G. Harlan (side B).Columbia.
On the honeymoon express :[on that spooney, spooney honeymoon express] /Kendis, music ; Stilwell, music ; [Klein, lyrics].Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
When The Sunset Turns The Ocean's Blue To GoldW H Petrio.Orchestra Accompaniment; Byron G Harlan.
The stuttering coon (possum pie) /[Farrell, Jos C., lyrics] ; [Cannon, Hughie L., music].Collins and Harlan, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Way back /John Kemble, lyrics ; Lester W. Keith, music.Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Under the Anheuser bush, or, [Down at the old Bull and Bush] /[Andrew B. Sterling, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Never bank on a travelling man /Jean C. Havez, lyrics and music.Collins ; Harlan, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
I love you /Thompson ; Archer.Reinald Werrenrath (baritone with orchestra).
We've got a parrot in our house pretty poll, pretty /Gilbert ; Muir.Arthur Collins ; Byron G. Harlan with orchestra.
Buffalo baby rag /Dave Reed. Camp meeting band / [Lewis F.] Muir.Peerless Quartette (1st work) ; Arthur Collins, baritone (2nd work) ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor (2nd work) ; with orchestra acc.Columbia.
A rheumatism cure in Jayville Centre /Stanley, [Frank?].Harlan & Stanley.Berliner.
In A Country Blacksmith Shop.Harlan; Stanley.
Tra, La, La, La!Irving Berlin.Collins; Harlan; With Orchestra.
I'll kill the man who swiped me can.Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
'Lizabeth Ann :a southern love song /Theo. Morse. I'm going back to Dixie / Berlin and Snyder.Sung by Henry Burr and Albert Campbell (1st work); Collins and Harlan (2nd work) with orchestra acc.Columbia
Who's your friend? /Rogers.Collins ; Harlan, with orchestra.Berliner.
Cheer up, cherries will soon be ripe /Bryan ; Myer [sic]. Your picture says remember though your letter says forget / Lamb ; Henry.Byron G. Harlan, tenor, with orchestra [Side A] ; Harry Macdonough, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra [Side B].
Why don't they play with me? /[Harris].Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
I Want To Go Back To Michigan.Duet.
Somebody's Sweetheart I Want To Be.Tenor Solo; Orchestra Accompaniment.
That's how I love you, Mame /[Bryan, lyrics ; Mullen, music].Byron G. Harlan.Berliner.
The first rehearsal of the huskin' bee dance.Messers. Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Daddy's Little GirlBobby Burke; Horace Gerlach.Phil Regan; Lou Bring; Orchestra.
Auntie Skinner's chicken dinner /Fields ; Carroll ; Morse.Collins and Harlan.
Longing for you /Theodore F. Morse. If you've won the only one in all the world you want to win / J. Fred. Helf.Vocals by Byron G. Harlan ; with orchestra (side A) ; vocals by Henry Burr ; with orchestra (side B).Columbia
I Love YouH Thompson; H Archer.Broc Peters; The Four Lads.
School days (when we were a couple of kids) /Edwards.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.
Two blue eyes[, two little baby shoes] /[Edward Madden, lyrics] ; [Theodore F.] Morse, music.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
I love you /Archer ; Thompson.Jerry Murad's Harmonicats.
That welcome on the mat ain't meant for me /Edwards.[Arthur] Collins [baritone] and [Byron G.] Harlan [tenor] with orchestra.
They were all doing the same /[Ren Shields, lyrics and music].Collins and Harlan, [Baritone].Berliner.
Jasper don't you hear me calling you? /Bert Fitzgibbon, lyrics ; Henry Frantzen, music.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
AnxiousKendis; Paley.Collins; Harlan; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Would you care? /[Charles K.] Harris.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
The old grey mare /arranged by Panella.Collins : Harlan ; Baritone and tenor duet ; orchestra accompaniment.
Can't you take it back and change it for a boy /Chattaway.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.
Dixie land, or, [I wish I was in Dixie] /D.D. Emmett, music and lyrics.Harlan ; Stanley, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Long boy /William Herschell, lyrics ; Barclay Walker, music.Byron G. Harlan ; Peerless Quartet, comic song with orchestra.Berliner.
Come down from the big fig tree /[Edward Madden, lyrics ; Theodore F. Morse, music].Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
The International RagIrving Berlin.Collins; Harlan.
My Gal SalPaul Dresser.Criterion Quartet; With Orchestra.
I've got my fingers crossed, or, You can't touch me /[Maxwell].Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Good-bye red man /Snyder ; sung by Albert Campbell, Henry Burr. All aboard for Chinatown / Brookhouse ; sung by Arthur Collins, Byron G. Harlan.Albert Campbell, Henry Burr, tenors (Side A) ; Arthur Collins, baritone (Side B) ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor (Side B).Columbia.
Tramp, tramp, tramp /[G.F.] Root, music ; [B. Braley, lyrics].Harlan ; Stanley, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
Who do you love? /Johnson.Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan.Edison.
In the valley of Kentucky /[Tony Stanford].Tenor solo [Byron G. Harlan].Columbia
What would the neighbors say?.Collins ; Harlan, duet.Berliner.
Down at the baby store /[Harry Von Tilzer].Byron G. Harlan.Berliner.
I must have been a dreamin' /[Bob Cole, lyrics and music].Collins and Harlan.Berliner.
Down in monkeyville /Theodore Morse.Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.
Casey Jones went down on the Robert E. Lee //Clarence Jones, music ; [Marvin Lee, lyrics].Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Kerry Mills barn dance.Collins & Harlan, baritone and tenor duet, orchestra accompaniment.
Underneath the tango moon /Gray ; Carroll ; [performed by] Collins and Harlan. At the midnight masquerade / Goodwin, Brown ; Ayer ; [performed by] Peerless Quartet.Side A: Collins and Harlan (Arthur Collins, baritone; Byron G. Harlan, tenor) with orchestra ; Side B: Peerless Quartet, male vocals, with orchestra.
Wo't you throw a kiss to me? /William McKenna.Collins and Harlan, baritone and tenor solo, orchestra accompaniment.
Alexander's ragtime-band /Irving Berlin.Collins ; Harlan.
Oh! such a business /[Arthur Gillespie, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Messers. Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
I''m Going Back To DixieBerlin; Snyder.Arthur Collins; Byron G Harlan.Columbia
Cheer up, Mary /[Alfred Bryan, lyrics] ; [James] Kendis ; [Herman] Paley, music.Byron G. Harlan.Berliner.
Jasper don't you hear me calling you?.Collins and Harlan with orchestra accompaniment.
Nigger loves his 'possum /Dresser.Collins and Harlan with orchestra.
Alexander's ragtime band /Berlin.Collins ; Harlan, with orchestra.
The Village Gossips.Cal-Stewart-Byron G.Harlan.
Strike out McCraken [i.e. McCracken] /[Edgar Smith, lyrics ; W.T. Francis, music].Messers. Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Nigger loves his 'possum /Dresser.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.
Alexander's ragtime band /Irving Berlin.Collins and Harlan, baritone and tenor duet; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
The family tree, or, Jungle song /Theodore F. Morse, music.Collins ; Harlan, duet.Berliner.
Casey Jones /E. Newton.Collins and Harlan.Columbia
Put your arms around me, honey /McCree ; A. Von Tilzer ; Give your smiles to all the boys, but keep your heart for me / MohrCollins and Harlan, duet with orchestra ; Walter Van Brunt, tenor with orchestra.
My Gal IreneBurt.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra.Berliner.
Marching Through Georgia.Byron G Harian; Orchestra.
All aboard for Chinatown /Brookhouse.Collins ; Harlan with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
On The Honeymoon ExpressKendis; Stilwell.Arthur Collins; Byron G Harlan; Orchestra Accompaniment.
The Battle Cry Of Freedom.Harlan; Stanley; Orchestra Accompaniment.
I'm goin' back to Louisana /Floyd Thompson ; E. Clinton Kelenley.Collins ; Harlan, with orchestra.
[Scene] In a country blacksmith shop /[Stanley].Harlan & Stanley.Berliner.
The Rooster And The HenMckenna.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra.
Casey Jones went down on the Robert E. Lee //Clarence Jones, music ; [Marvin Lee, lyrics].Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
A rheumatism cure in Jayville Centre /[Stanley].Harlan ; Stanley.Berliner.
Gone gone gone.Collins and Harlan.
The songs of the rag time boy /von Tilzer.Collins and Harlan.
Two Jolly Sailors /Porter; Israel.Porter and Harlan with orchestra.
Back home in Tennessee /Donaldson ; sung by Collins and Harlan. I'm all alone / Herman, Fox ; sung by Ethel Costello, Henry Burr.Arthur Collins, baritone and Byron G. Harlan, tenor (as Collins and Harlan) (Side A) ; Ethel Costello, soprano (Side B) ; Henry Burr, tenor (Side B).Columbia.
Mamma's boy /Helf.Byron G. Harlan, tenor, with orchestra accompaniment.
Auntie skinner's chicken dinner /Fields ; Carroll ; Morse.Collins ; Harlan.
Uncle Josh buys an automobile /Cal. Stewart.Bryon G. Harlan.
Please Mamma, Buy Me A Baby.Byron G Harlan.Berliner.
[Scene in] A country blacksmith shop /Stanley.Harlan & Stanley.Berliner.
Camp meeting band /Gilbert ; Mult.Collins ; Harlan.
Trouble /[George W. Davids, lyrics ; Fletcher Meakim, music].Collins & Harlan.Berliner.
Love Me And The World Is Mine.Tenor Solo; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Who's Your Friend?Rogers.Collins; Harlan; With Orchestra.
Casey Jones /E. Newton.Collins and Harlan.Columbia
Put your arms around me, honey /McCree ; A. Von Tilzer ; Give your smiles to all the boys, but keep your heart for me / MohrCollins and Harlan, duet with orchestra ; Walter Van Brunt, tenor with orchestra.
My Gal IreneBurt.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra.Berliner.
Marching Through Georgia.Byron G Harian; Orchestra.
All aboard for Chinatown /Brookhouse.Collins ; Harlan with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
On The Honeymoon ExpressKendis; Stilwell.Arthur Collins; Byron G Harlan; Orchestra Accompaniment.
The Battle Cry Of Freedom.Harlan; Stanley; Orchestra Accompaniment.
I'm goin' back to Louisana /Floyd Thompson ; E. Clinton Kelenley.Collins ; Harlan, with orchestra.
[Scene] In a country blacksmith shop /[Stanley].Harlan & Stanley.Berliner.
The Rooster And The HenMckenna.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra.
Casey Jones went down on the Robert E. Lee //Clarence Jones, music ; [Marvin Lee, lyrics].Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
A rheumatism cure in Jayville Centre /[Stanley].Harlan ; Stanley.Berliner.
Gone gone gone.Collins and Harlan.
The songs of the rag time boy /von Tilzer.Collins and Harlan.
Two Jolly Sailors /Porter; Israel.Porter and Harlan with orchestra.
It was the Dutch /[Vincent Bryan, lyrics ; Theodore F. Morse, music].Collins and Harlan.Berliner.
Back home in Tennessee /Donaldson ; sung by Collins and Harlan. I'm all alone / Herman, Fox ; sung by Ethel Costello, Henry Burr.Arthur Collins, baritone and Byron G. Harlan, tenor (as Collins and Harlan) (Side A) ; Ethel Costello, soprano (Side B) ; Henry Burr, tenor (Side B).Columbia.
Mamma's boy /Helf.Byron G. Harlan, tenor, with orchestra accompaniment.
Auntie skinner's chicken dinner /Fields ; Carroll ; Morse.Collins ; Harlan.
Uncle Josh buys an automobile /Cal. Stewart.Bryon G. Harlan.
Down in jungle town /Morse.Collins ; Harlan.
Please Mamma, Buy Me A Baby.Byron G Harlan.Berliner.
[Scene in] A country blacksmith shop /Stanley.Harlan & Stanley.Berliner.
Camp meeting band /Gilbert ; Mult.Collins ; Harlan.
Trouble /[George W. Davids, lyrics ; Fletcher Meakim, music].Collins & Harlan.Berliner.
Love Me And The World Is Mine.Tenor Solo; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Who's Your Friend?Rogers.Collins; Harlan; With Orchestra.
Two rubes in a tavern /Byron Harlan, words.Collins ; Harlan, comic duet.Berliner.
The Oceana roll /Lewis ; Denni ; [performed by] Eddie Morton. Alexander's ragtime band / Berlin ; [performed by] Collins and Harlan.Side A: Eddie Morton, baritone vocals, with orchestra ; Side B: Collins and Harlan (Arthur Collins, baritone; Byron G. Harlan, tenor) with orchestra.
Arrah wanna.baritone and tenor duet by Collins and Harlan with orchestra accompaniement.
When I'm a sargent man /Fred Hager.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.
Coax me.Collins and Harlan.
That precious little thing called love, or, The riddle song /Smith ; Mack.Collins ; Harlan, with orchestra.
Out in an automobile /Bryan & Evans.Collins and Harlan.Berliner.
At the old plantation ball /Donaldson ; Goetz ; Ager.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.
The old grey mare /Panella, arranger.Collins, baritone ; Harlan, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
On the honeymoon express :[on that spooney, spooney honeymoon express] /Kendis, music ; Stilwell, music ; [Klein, lyrics].Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Hello Central, give me Heaven /Charles K. Harris, lyrics and music.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
I've got my fingers crossed, or, You can't touch me /Maxwell.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
I'm tying the leaves so they wont come down /Helf.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.
When Bob White is whistling in the meadow /Rosenfeld.Byron G. Harlan and Frank C. Stanley.Edison.
Would you leave your happy home for me? /[Harry] von Tilzer.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
It Was The Dutch.Favor.Berliner.
L-A-Z-Y /[Warfel] ; Wallace.[Arthur] Collins, [baritone], and [Byron G.] Harlan, [tenor], with orchestra.
Good bye, Fedora /[Harry H. Williams, lyrics ; Robert J. Adams, music].Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
In the valley of Kentucky /[Tony Stanford].[Byron G. Harlan], tenor solo.Columbia
Central give me back my dime /Howard.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Let's all go round to Mary Ann's /MacDonald ; Carroll.Collins ; Harlan.
Here comes my daddy now (Oh Pop, oh Pop, oh Pop) /Gilbert : Muir.Collins : Harlan ; duet with orchestra.
Won't you throw a kiss to me? /William McKenna.Collins and Harlan, baritone and tenor duet; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Backyard conversation [between two Irish washerwomen].Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
The international rag /Irving Berlin.Collins and Harlan, comic duet, with orchestra.
My wife's gone to the country! hurray! hurray! /[Berlin, lyrics] ; [Whiting, lyrics] ; [Snyder, music].Collins and Harlan with chorus.Berliner.
Just Across The Bridge Of Gold.Byron G Harian; Orchestra.
I love you /Thompson ; Archer.Wood's Bijou Orch. ; Lewis James.
When the harvest moon is shining on the river /[Arthur J. Lamb, lyrics ; S.R. Henry, music].Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Alabama jubilee /Jack Yellen ; George L. Cobb.Collins ; Harlan.Victor.
Down at the baby store /[Vincent Bryan, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Mamma's boy.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Dinah DearLarkins; Smith.Collins; Harlan.
In a country blacksmith shop.Harlan and Stanley.
Won't You Throw A Kiss To Me.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Back Home In TennesseeDonaldson.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia.
Oh! Oh! O'Brien /[M.B. Kirby, lyrics] ; [Jean Schwartz, music].Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Gone, gone, gone /[E.J. Farron Jr., lyrics ; Joseph M. Hollander, music].Collins ; Harlan, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
O! such a business /[Arthur Gillespie, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Messers. Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Alabama jubilee /Jack Yellen ; George L. Cobb.Collins ; Harlan.Victor.
Wishes /[Jean Schwartz, lyrics?] ; [William] Jerome, music.Collins ; Harlan, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
The Old Grey Mare.Arranged By Panella.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Let Me Change Your Name, Miss MandyDawson; Engel.Collins; Harlan.
I've got my fingers crossed (you can't touch me).Byron G. Harlan.
Tramp, tramp, tramp /Root.Harlan and Stanley, duet with orchestra.
It makes me think of home sweet home /Frank D. Bryan, lyrics and music.Harlan.Berliner.
Since you called me dearie.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo with orchestra accompaniment.
Uncle Josh at the circus /Cal. Stewart.Bryon G. Harlan.
Long boy /Walker, music ; [Herschell, lyrics].Byron G. Harlan, tenor ; Peerless Quartette with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
The old-time street fakir /S.C. Porter.Harlan and Porter [Byron G. Harlan and Steve Porter].Columbia
A fiddler from 'way down East.Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
They gotta quit kickin' my dawg aroun' ( The Missouri "dawg" song) /Oungst ; Perkins.Harlan and American Quartet.
Casey Jones /E. Newton.Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan, baritone and tenor duet; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Two rubes in a tavern /Stanley ; Byron Harlan, words.Collins & Harlan.Berliner.
Moriarity /[Charles Horowitz, lyrics ; Fred V. Bowers, music].Collins ; Harlan, duet.Berliner.
Moriarity [i.e. Moriarty] /[Fred V. Bowers, music ; Charles Horwitz, lyrics].Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Casey Jones /E. Newton.Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan, baritone and tenor duet; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
The little Ford rambled right along /C.R. Foster, Byron Gay ; [performed by] Billy Murray. Auntie Skinner's chicken dinner / Fields, Carroll, Morse ; [performed by] Collins and Harlan.Billy Murray ; [Side B] Collins and Harlan.
The Cat And The Fly Paper.Collins; Harlan.Berliner.
Everybody's doing it now /Berlin ; [performed by] Collins and Harlan with orchestra. Darktown poets / [performed by] Golden and Hughes.Collis and Harlan, with orchestra (Side A) ; Golden and Hughes, speakers (Side B).
Arrah wanna /Morse, music ; [Drislane, lyrics].Collins ; Harlan.His Master's Voice.
The song of the rag time boy.Collins and Harlan.
In the valley of Kentucky /[Tony Stanford].Tenor solo [Byron G. Harlan].Columbia
Marching through Georgia /H.C. Work.Stanley ; Harlan.Berliner.
Hello central! Give me Heaven /Harris.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.
Ogalalla /[Ted Snyder]. Casey Jones / [Newton, Seibert].Baritone and tenor duet sung by Stanley and Burr with orchestra accompaniment [side a] ; baritone and tenor duet sung by Collins and Harlan with orchestra accompaniment [side b].
Little Miss Golden CurlsDrislane; Meyer.Byron G Harlan; With Orchestra.
Down at the huskin' bee /Monroe H. Rosenfeld ; Stephen R. Henry ; the hat my father wore on St. Patrick's Day / Jean Schwartz ; William Jerome.Collins and Harlan, Haydn Quartet ; Billy Murray.
On the honeymoon express /Klein ; Kendis ; Stilwell.Collins ; Harlan with orchestra.
Daddy's little girl /[Edward] Madden, lyrics ; [Theodore F.] Morse, music.Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Casey JonesE Newton.Collins; Orchestra Accompaniment; Harlan.
Dark town strutter's ball /Brooks.Collins, baritone ; Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Jimmy Valentine /Madden ; Edwards. The rooster and the hen / McKenna.Side 1: Peerless Quartet with orchestra; side 2: Collins and Harlan with orchestra.
Won't you waltz Home sweet home with me for old times' sake? /Ingraham.Byron G. Harlan.Edison.
I'd rather be a lobster than a wise guy /[Madden] ; Morse. At the village post office / [Harlan ; Porter].Billy Murray, tenor, with orchestra (1st work) ; Victor Vaudeville Company (2nd work).
You'd never know that old home town of mine /Donaldson.Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Tramp, tramp, tramp /Root.Bryon G. Harlan [tenor] and Frank C. Stanley [baritone] with orchestra.
The battle cry of freedom /[George F. Root].Harlan ; Stanley, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Think it over, Mary /Gray ; Piantadosi ; [performed by] Byron G. Harlan. Norine Maureen / Devere ; Fox ; [performed by] Stanley and Burr.Side A: Byron G. Harlan, tenor, with orchestra ; Side B: Frank C. Stanley, bass, and Henry Burr, tenor, with orchestra.
Two blue eyes /Morse.Byron G. Harlan, tenor, with orchestra.
I don't want to get well /Jentes. Long boy / Walker.Arthur Fields, baritone (1st work); Byron G. Harlan, tenor, with the Peerless Quartette, male vocal ensemble (2nd work).Columbia
Si's been drinking cider /Irving Berlin. The little Ford rambled right along / Gay.Sung by Collins and Harlan [side a] and Arthur Fields [side b].Columbia
The message of the old church bell /[John Lemmer].Byron G. Harlan, with orchestra accompaniment and Trinity chimes.Berliner.
The village gossips /Cal Stewart, Byron G. Harlan.Cal Stewart ; Byron G.Harlan.
Under the Annheuser [i.e. Anheuser] bush /[Harry von Tilzer].Collins and Harlan.Berliner.
My gal Irene /Burt ; [performed by] Collins and Harlan.Arthur Collins, baritone, and Byron G. Harlan, tenor ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].Berliner.
My gal Irene /Burt. Down at Jasper's farm / Moran ; Monaco.Collins and Harlan with orchestra [side a] ; Porter and Harlan with orchestra [side b].
Who will be with you when I go away? /Farrell.Arthur Collins, baritone ; Byron G. Harlan, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Just help yourself /Harry von Tilzer.Collins ; Harlan ; Victor Orchestra.Berliner.
Take me to that Swanee shore /Gilbert, Muir.Collins ; Harlan.
I'm Going On The War PathFeist.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra.
Jerry Murphy is a friend of mine.Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
I never trouble trouble till trouble troubles me /[John H. Flynn, lyrics] ; [Gus Edwards, music].Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Marching through Georgia /Work, Henry Clay.Harlan & Stanley, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
Bobby the bomber /Chas. R. MacCarron ; Carey Morgan.Bryon G. Harlan.Okeh.
I've got my fingers crossed, or, You can't touch me /Maxwell.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo ; chorus of children ; orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Two rubes in a tavern /[Stanley ; Byron Harlan, words].Messers. Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Dixie land, or, [I wish I was in Dixie] /[D.D. Emmett, lyrics and music].Harlan ; Stanley, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Bobby the bomber /McCarron and Morgan ; sung by Byron G. Harlan. What Yankee Doodle says he'll do, he'll do / Harriman ; sung by Perrless Quartette.Byron Harlan, vocals (Side A) ; Peerless Quartette, vocals (Side B).Columbia
Oh, oh, O'Brien ; [O-o-O'Brien] /[M.B. Kirby, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Arthur Collins ; Byron George Harlan, Irish duet.Berliner.
Iola /[Charles L.] Johnson, music ; [James O'Dea, lyrics].Harlan ; Stanley, duet with orchestra.Berliner.
There's room for us all on the trolley /Felix F. Feist, lyrics ; Harry Bennett, music.Collins ; Harlan, accompanied by Victor orchestra.Berliner.
Waiting for the dinner horn to blow /Frank Stanley.Harlan & Stanley.Berliner.
I love you :from the musical farce "Little Jesse James" /Archer ; Thompson.Ralph Martiere and his Orchestra.
Somebody's sweetheart I want to be.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo with orchestra accompaniment.
Nigger loves his possum /Dresser.Collins & Harlan with orchestra.Berliner.
What would the neighbors say.Collins ; Harlan.Berliner.
Scene In A Country Store.Harlan; Stanley.
My wife's gone to the country (Hurrah! Hurrah!) /Whiting ; Berlin ; Snyder.Collins and Harlan with chorus and orchestra.
The palms.Byron G. Harlan, tenor ; Frank C. Stanley, baritone, duet, orchestra accompaniment.
Congressman filkin's home-coming /Steve Porter.STRON G. Harlan.
Backyard conversation.Collins ; Harlan.
Wishes /Benj. Jerome.Collins ; Harlan.
The twilight express /Hager.Byron G. Harlan.
The old-time street fair /S. C. Porter.Harlan ; Porter.
Longing for you.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo with orchestra accompaniment.
The twilight express /Eager.Byron G. Harlan, with orchestra.
Hoo-oo /Ingraham.Byron G. Harlan.
Mamma's boy.Byron G. Harlan.
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