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Geneviève /Cooper ; Tucker.John B. Wells, tenor, Haydn Quartet with orchestra.
Good luck, Mary /(Piantadosi).Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet.
Hosanna /(Granier).Harry Macdonough.
Louisiana Lou /[Madden] ; [Edwards].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
O come all ye faithful =Adeste fideles /Marcus Portugal.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
The lost chord /[A. Sullivan, music ; A.A. Procter, lyrics].Haydn Quartet, male quartet.Berliner.
I'm trying so hard to forget you /C.K. Harris, lyrics and music.Dudley ; Macdonough.Berliner.
Carry me back to ole Virginny, or, [Carry me back to old Virginia] /[James Bland, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
God is a spirit /Bennett.Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
Jesus Christ Is Risen To-dayWorgan.Hayden Quartet.
One little, sweet little girl /Chauncey Olcott.Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Auf wiedersehn /Herbert Reynolds, lyrics ; Sigmund Romberg, music.Alice Green ; Harry Macdonough.Victor.
Baby's Prayer.Macdonough; Madeira.
I'se Gwine Back To DixieC A White.Alma Gluck; Male Chorus; Orchestra.
The Lord is my shepherd /[Harry Thomas Smart, music].Miss Spencer and Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
A merry life (Funiculi, funicula) :from "Larel Music Rreader" /Denza.Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
When the flowers bloom in spring-time /[Harry Von Tilzer, music] ; [Andrew B. Sterling, lyrics].[Harry Macdonough], tenor.Edison.
Soldier's Farewell.Haydn Quartette.
Saved by grace /[Crosby] ; Stebbins.[Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], and [John H.] Bieling, [tenor], with orchestra.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder /[Arthur Gillespie, lyrics] ; [Herbert] Dillea, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Little Alabama coon /Starr.Haydn Quartet with orchestra.
Noreen Mavourneen /Chauncey Olcott, lyrics and music.Harry Macdonough, tenor solo.Berliner.
Shall we meet beyond the river /[Arthur Stephen Holloway, lyrics and music].Macdonough ; Stanley, with organ accompaniment.Berliner.
Mandy Lee /[Thurland Chattaway, lyrics and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the good old summer time /[Ron Shields, lyrics ; George Evans, music].Sousa's Band [with Dudley and Macdonough, cond?].Berliner.
Hiawatha /[James O'Dea, lyrics ; Neil Moret, music].Harry Macdonough, tenor.Berliner.
Yankee Doodle's come to town /Geo. M. Cohan.Billy Murray ; Haydn Quartet, tenor with orchestra.
Where Thou ArtMascheroni.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra Accompaniment.
My cozy corner girl, or, My cosy corner girl /Charles Noel Douglas, lyrics ; John W. Bratton, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Tenting on the old camp ground /[Kittredge].Haydn Quartet [with] bugle calls by Walter B. Rogers.
Dear old girl /[Theodore Morse].Harry MacDonough.
Dudley Buck's robin adair.Haydn Quartette - manager S. H. Dudley.
When Evening Shadows FallJeff Branen; William Polla.Orpheus Quartet; With Orchestra.Victor.
Holy NightAdam.Reinald Werrenrath; Orchestra.
Down the pike /Spencer.Pryor's Band ; Haydn Quartet?Berliner.
Where the Susquehanna flows /[Henry W. Petrie].[Harry Macdonough], tenor.Edison.
Nancy Lee /[Fred E. Weatherly, lyrics ; Stephen Adams, music].[Haydn] Quartette.Edison.
When The Evening Breeze Is Sighing Home Sweet HomeSolman.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.Berliner.
In zanzibar :from Medal and the maid.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompianment.
The bridge /Carew.Haydn Quartet (male quartet).
Meet me where the lanterns glow :from "A trip to Japan" /Klein.Haydn Quartet with orchestra.
Sweet Annie Moore /[John H. Flynn, lyrics and music].Samuel H. Dudley ; Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Farm Yard Medley, or, [Farmyard Medley].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
All Through The NightBoulton.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Ask the flowers to tell you /Baum ; Gottchak.Marguerite Dunla ; Harry Madconough with orchestra.
Vesper service.Haydn Quartet.
The Mansion Of Aching Hearts.Harry Macdonough.
When the bees are in the hive /[Bryan, Mills].[Harry] Macdonough, [John H.] Bieling, Haydn Quartet, vocals, with orchestra acc.
In the good old summer time /Ben Shields, lyrics ; George Evans, music.Haydn Quartette.Berliner.
Steamboat medley.Haydn Quartet.
WinterBryan; Gumble.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Annie Laurie /Scott.Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Good night /Dudley Buck.Haydn Quartet.
When the bees are in the hive /[Mills, music ; Bryan, lyrics].Macdonough ; Bieling ; Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Hosanna in the highest.Haydn Quartette, manager S. H. Dudley.
In the evening by the moonlight, or, Old plantation air /Bland.Hayden [i.e. Haydn] Quartet.
Ev'ry Road Is The Right Road (When The Right Little Girl Is Along)F Herendeen; Hugo Frey.Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Safe in the arms of Jesus /[W.H. Doane, lyrics ; Fanny Crosby, music].Trinity Choir, with organ.Berliner.
Dancing on the old barn floor.Haydn Quartet.
Minstrel record no. 1 :introducing "Just one girl" /[Karl Kennett, lyrics ; Lyn Udall, music].Georgia Minstrel Co., ; Dudley, solo.Berliner.
Arab love song :from Marie Cahill's "Betty and the boys" /Hobart ; Hein ; [performed by] Harry Macdonough.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].
I left because I love you /[Tony Stanford].Vocal duet by Macdonough and Madeira.
I'll sing thee songs of Araby :from "Lalla rookh" /Clay.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
Moonlight On The Lake.Haydn Quartet.
When the harvest days are over, Jessie dear /Harold [i.e. Howard] Graham, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Oh Lord, most holy /Franz Abt. Calvary / Vaugh, Rodney.Trinity Choir (side a) ; Elsie Baker, vocals (side b) ; Victor Orchestra (side b).
New Years at Old Trinity.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
I've a longing in my heart for you, Louise /[Harris].Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra accompaniment.
Old oaken bucket.Haydn Quartet.
Let the lower lights be burning /[P.P.B., lyrics] ; [Philip Paul] Bliss, music.Macdonough ; Stanley, duet with organ accompaniment.Berliner.
Little darling dream of me.Haydn Quartette.
My little canoe /Charles H. Taylor, lyrics ; Leslie Stuart, music.Dudley ; Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Lonesome /Edgar Leslie, lyrics ; George W. Meyer, music.Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
There's Nobody Just Like You.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Turn back the universe and give me yesterday /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
The bridge, or, [I stood on the bridge at midnight] /[H.W. Longfellow, lyrics ; M. Lindsay, music].Haydn Quartet, male quartet.Berliner.
Sweet Adeline, or, You're the flower of my heart, sweet Adeline /Richard H. Gerard, lyrics ; Henry W. Armstrong, music.Haydn Quartette.Berliner.
While the leaves came drifting down /[Nevada].[S.H.] Dudley and [Harry] Macdonough.
Sweet Annie Moore /[Flynn].Messrs Dudley and Macdonough.Berliner.
My mother's old red shawl /Moreland.MacDonough ; Biehling.Edison.
A picnic for two /[Albert Von Tilzer].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
Sweet Adeline (You're the flower of my heart) /Armstrong.Hayden [i.e. Haydn] Quartet.
Last rose of summer.Harry Macdonough, Canadian tenor, with instrumental ensemble.
Deep river /William Arms Fisher, arrangement.Frances Alda, soprano ; Orpheus Quartet, male quartet and orchestra.Berliner.
Where the morning glories twine around the door /von Tilzer.Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Tho' I'm not the first to call you "sweetheart" please let me be the last /Bernie Grossman ; Arthur Lange.Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
Turn back the universe and give me yesterday /J. Keirn Brennan, lyrics ; Ernest R. Ball, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Victor.
My DearErnest Ball.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
The daisy and the butterfly.Dudley and Macdonough.
Robin redbreast /[Reginald] De Koven.Macdonough ; Belmont, bird warbling.Berliner.
Glory song, or, O that will be glory /[Charles H. Gabriel, lyrics and music].Haydn Quartet, male quartet with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Since I first met you /George Ade, lyrics ; Alfred G. Wathall, music.M. Harry Macdonough, tenor solo.Berliner.
Home sweet home.Harry Macdonough.
Sweetest Story Ever Told.Haydn Quartette.
Where is my wandering boy to-night? /[Lowry].Haydn Quartet.
In Zanzibar /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Spinning wheel quartet from Martha from Act III /Flotow.Victor Opera Quartet ; Victor Orchestra.
Sleep, noble hearts (A memorial song) /Mendelssohn.Lyric Quartet ; Victor Orchestra.
Let's all go up to Maud's /Mills.Harry MacDonough.Edison.
Old plantation scenes.Haydn Quartet.
Home sweet home /H.R. Bishop, music ; J.H. Payne, lyrics.Harry Macdonough, tenor solo with violin obligato.Berliner.
My cosey corner girl /[Chas. Noel Douglas, lyrics] ; [John W. Bratton, music].[Harry Macdonough].Edison.
The soft southern breeze /Barnby.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
When we are married /[Hugh Morton, lyrics ; Gustave Kerker, music].Miss Spencer and Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
I'll be with you when the roses bloom again /[Cobb ; Edwards].Harry Macdonough.
Underneath the stars /Fleta Jan Brown, Herbert Spencer. Shadowland / Lawrence P. [i.e. B.] Gilbert.Raymond Dixon, tenor with orchestra ; [side b] Alice Green, Harry Macdonough, soprano and tenor duet with orchestra.Victor.
Dreaming /[L.W. Heiser, lyrics] ; [J. Anton] Dailey, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with accompaniment by Victor Orchestra.Berliner.
Rest for the weary /McDonald.Haydn Quartet.
Follow the crowd on a Sunday /[Armstrong] ; [Gerard].Harry Macdonough, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Sing me the rosary (The sweetest song of all) /Lewis ; Klichmann.Orpheus Quartet, male vocal quartet with orchestra accompaniment.
In the gloaming[, oh, my darling] /[Annie Fortescue Harrison, music ; M. Orred, lyrics].Edison male [quartette].Edison.
On that we two were maying /Smith.Miss Stevenson ; Mr Macdonough.
In StarlightKing.Hayward; Macdonough; With Orchestra.
My old Kentucky home.Harry Macdonough, tenor solo.
When you were sweet sixteen /[Thornton, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
To Have, To Hold, To LoveMacboyle; Ball.Harry Macdonough; Victor Orchestra.
Onward Christian soldiers /[Sabine Baring-Gould, lyrics ; Arthur Sullivan, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Where is my wandering boy tonight? /Reverend Robert Lowry, lyrics, music.Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Sing me the rosary (the sweetest song of all) /Lewis ; Klichmann.Orpheus Quartet with orchestra.
The girl on the magazine :from "Stop, Look and Listen" /Irving Berlin.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
In the evening by the moonlight /Bland.Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
A little boy in blue /[Theodore F. Morse ; Raymond A. Browne].Harry Macdonough.
Roses bring dreams to you /Ingraham.Hayden [i.e. Haydn] Quartet, male quartet.
Close dat eye.Haydn Quartet.
Praise ye the Father /[Charles] Gounod.Trinity Choir.Berliner.
When Kate and I were coming thro' the rye /Andrew B. Sterling, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music.M. Harry Macdonough, tenor solo.Berliner.
Sweet little buttercup /Alfred Bryan ; Herman Paley ; [performed by] Elizabeth Spencer, Shannon Four. Homeward bound / Johnson, Goetz ; Meyer ; [performed by] Peerless Quartet.Elizabeth Spencer, soprano, with Shannon Four and orchestra (side a) ; Peerless Quartet with orchestra (side b).Victor.
In dear old Georgia /[Williams] ; Van Alstyne.Haydn Quartet with orchestra.
Cornfield medley =['Way down yonder in the cornfield] /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
The battle of Santiago /[Rous ; Porter].The American Quartet.Berliner.
Sally in our alley.Haydn Quartet.
Serenade /Donnelly ; Frannz Schubert ; Heinrich Berte ; Sigmund Romberg.Lambert Murphy and Orpheus Quartet.
The flower outside the café /Solman.Stanley ; Macdonough with orchestra.
Killarney's /Balfe.Harry Macdonough with orchestra.
Bonnie sweet Bessie :the maid of Dundee /[Arabella Root, lyrics] ; [J.L. Gilbert, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Hunting song /Bullard.Werrenrath ; Macdonough ; Victor Orchestra.
The waterfall.Macdonough ; Watson ; Victor orchestra.Berliner.
I'll sing thee songs of Araby :from "Lalla Rockh" /Clay.Henry Macdonough, with orchestra.
I like your way[around the door], etc /[J.J. Walker, lyrics] ; [Max S. Witt, music].[Harry Macdonough], tenor.Edison.
Church scene from "The old homestead" /[Thompson].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Fare the[e] well, Molly darling /[Will C. Cobb, lyrics ; Kerry Mills, music].Mr. Harry MacDonough.Berliner.
Where Is My Boy To-nightLowry.Haydn Quartet; Orchestra.
Down where the cotton blossoms grow.Harry Macdonough.
The owl and the pussy cat /Lear, lyrics ; De Koven, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Anona :song /[words by Vivien Grey].Harry Macdonough, vocal.
My Jesus as thou art, or, [My Jesus as thou wilt] /[B. Schmolck, lyrics] ; [C.M. Weber, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Safe in the arms of Jesus /[W.H. Doane, lyrics ; Fanny Crosby, music].Trinity Choir, with [organ and] orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
The Sabbath day.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Just one sweet girl /Harry Von Tilzer ; Jack Mahoney. Summer reminds me of you / George W. Meyer ; Alfred Bryan.Harry Macdonough, Walter Van Brunt.
Tell me pretty maiden /[E. Boyd-Jones ; Paul Rubens, lyrics ; Leslie Stuart, music].Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Plain mamie O'Hooley.Harry Macdonough with orchestra.
Fare thee well, Mollie darling /[Kerry Mills, music ; Will D. Cobb, lyrics]Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.
God be with you 'til we meet again /J.E. Rankin, lyrics ; W.G. Tomer, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
When Irish eyes are smiling :from "The isle of dreams" /Olcott ; Craff ; Ball.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Victor Orchestra.
Carry Me Back To Ole Virginie.Haydn Quartet.
The honeysuckle and the bee /Penn.Mr. Harry Macdonough, tenor.
Come ye disconsolate! /[Thomas Moore, lyrics ; Samuel Webbe, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
Rings O' Roses-from The Dollar PrincessFall.Lucy Marsh; Harry Macdonough.
Summertime /von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet with orchestra.
In the days of old :from "The Yankee Consul".Harry Macdonough.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Foster, lyrics and music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Then you'll remember me :[from] Balfe's "Bohemian girl" /Balfe.Harry Macdonough (tenor).
RainbowBryan; Werrich.Billy Murray; Hayden Quartet; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Larboard watch /[T. Williams].Macdonough ; Dudley, with orchestra.Berliner.
Glory Song.Haydn Quartet.
Gobble duet :When I behold your manly form : from "La mascotte" /Audran.Elizabeth Wheeler ; Harry Macdonough, duet with orchestra.
When the harvest days are over [, Jessie dear] /[Harold Graham, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
The Old Brigade.Dudley; Macdonough.
Rainbow /[Percy] Wenrich, music ; [Alfred] Bryan, lyrics.Billy Murray, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
Home, sweet home.Haydn Quartet.
The Owl And The Pussy Cat.Haydn Quartet.
Tenting on the old camp ground /[Walter Kittredge, lyrics and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
When Sweet Marie Was Sweet SixteenErnest Ball.Macdonough; Bieling; With Orchestra.
The holy city /[Frederick Edward Weatherly, lyrics ; Stephen Adams, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /[Eva Fern Buckner, lyrics ; Henry W. Petrie, music].Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Sweet Kentucky lady (dry your eyes) /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Louis A. Hirsch, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Asleep In JesusBradbury.Lyric Quartet.
Minstrel 1st part, no. 5.The Gramophone Minstrels.Berliner.
Robin Adair /[Celtic air: Aileen Aroon ; C. Keppel, English lyrics].Samuel H. Dudley ; Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Two little girls loved one little boy /Bryan ; Mullen.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, orchestra accompaniment.
Sweet thoughts of home /Edwards.Harry Macdonough.
Little Alabama coon ; Alabama coon /Hattie Starr, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
When the bees are in the hive /Mills.Haydn Quartet.
Laughing water /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Frederick W. Hager, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus /[George Duffield, lyrics ; George J. Webb, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
In the shade of the old apple tree /[Harry H. Williams, lyrics ; Egbert van Alstyne, music].Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget /Helf ; [Gardenier] ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet.Haydn Quartet, vocals ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].
The "merry widow" maxim's /Lehar.Harry Macdonough, tneor with orchestra.
An evening with the minstrels No. 2 :Minstrel ballad : My Creole Sue /[Gussie L. Davis].Minstrels.Berliner.
Sweetest girl in Dixie /[Adams ; O'Dea].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
Sweet and low, or, [That lullaby of long ago] /[Barnby, Sir Joseph, music ; Alfred Tennyson, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Faded RoseRoma.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Maryland, My MarylandWords By James Ryder Set To An Old German Air O Tannenbaum.Harry Macdonough.
Massa's in the cold, cold ground /[Stephen C. Foster, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
My Creole Sue.Haydn Quartet.
Massa's in the cold, cold ground /[Stephen C. Foster, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
The choir invisible /[Hartwell Jones, music] ; [J.A. Macdonald, lyrics].Harry Macdonough.Columbia.
Maxim's :from "The Merry widow" /Franz Lehar.Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra.
Dreaming On The Ohio.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet.
I'm happy when the band plays Dixie /Vanderveer.Billy Murray and Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Good bye Dolly Grey /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Paul Barnes, music].American Quartet.Berliner.
The girl I should have married long ago /[William Francis Burke].Vocals by Harry McDonough ; with piano accompaniment.Edison.
I'll sing thee songs of Araby :from "Lalla Rockh" /Clay.Henry Macdonough, with orchestra.
Il trovatore :Home to our mountains /Verdi.Miss Morgan ; Mr. Macdonough, with orchestra.
I like your way[around the door], etc /[J.J. Walker, lyrics] ; [Max S. Witt, music].[Harry Macdonough], tenor.Edison.
Church scene from "The old homestead" /[Thompson].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the starlight /[J.E. Carpenter, lyrics ; Stephen Glover, music].Dudley ; Macdonough, vocal duet.Berliner.
Alphabet songs :d e /[Dewar ; A. Travers, lyrics and music?].Harry MacDonough.Berliner.
Where is my [wandering] boy tonight? /Reverend Robert Lowry, lyrics, music.Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
Incline Thine Ear To MeHimmel.Lyric Quartet.
Fare the[e] well, Molly darling /[Will C. Cobb, lyrics ; Kerry Mills, music].Mr. Harry MacDonough.Berliner.
Where Is My Boy To-nightLowry.Haydn Quartet; Orchestra.
Down where the cotton blossoms grow.Harry Macdonough.
One holy church of God appears /Tansur.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
My little Georgia rose.Harry Macdonough.
The owl and the pussy cat /Lear, lyrics ; De Koven, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
You're in love /Hauerbach [i.e. Harbach], lyrics ; Clark, lyrics ; Friml, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Anona :song /[words by Vivien Grey].Harry Macdonough, vocal.
I can't tell you why I love you but I do /[Gus Edwards, music] ; [Will D. Cobb, lyrics].Harry Macdonough.Edison.
My Jesus as thou art, or, [My Jesus as thou wilt] /[B. Schmolck, lyrics] ; [C.M. Weber, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Safe in the arms of Jesus /[W.H. Doane, lyrics ; Fanny Crosby, music].Trinity Choir, with [organ and] orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Hiawatha /[James O'Dea, lyrics ; Neil Moret, music].Harry Macdonough, tenor solo.Berliner.
The meaning of U.S.A. /[Raymond A. Browne].Harry Macdonough.
The Sabbath day.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Just one sweet girl /Harry Von Tilzer ; Jack Mahoney. Summer reminds me of you / George W. Meyer ; Alfred Bryan.Harry Macdonough, Walter Van Brunt.
My little canoe /Leslie Stuart.Dudley ; Macdonough with orchestra.
Tell me pretty maiden /[E. Boyd-Jones ; Paul Rubens, lyrics ; Leslie Stuart, music].Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Plain mamie O'Hooley.Harry Macdonough with orchestra.
Fare thee well, Mollie darling /[Kerry Mills, music ; Will D. Cobb, lyrics]Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.
Little Alabama coon.Haydn Quartet.
God be with you 'til we meet again /J.E. Rankin, lyrics ; W.G. Tomer, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Sweet dreamland faces /W.M. Hutchinson, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
The Tale The Church Bells TolledWilliamis; Van Alstyne.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
When Irish eyes are smiling :from "The isle of dreams" /Olcott ; Craff ; Ball.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Victor Orchestra.
Oh, come all ye faithful :adeste fideles.Hayden [i.e. Haydn] Quartet with orchestra.
Carry Me Back To Ole Virginie.Haydn Quartet.
The honeysuckle and the bee /Penn.Mr. Harry Macdonough, tenor.
Come ye disconsolate! /[Thomas Moore, lyrics ; Samuel Webbe, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
Rings O' Roses-from The Dollar PrincessFall.Lucy Marsh; Harry Macdonough.
The PalmsFaure.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Summertime /von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet with orchestra.
I'll do anything in the world for you /Cobb ; Edwards.Harry Macdonough (tenor) with orchestra.
The Merry Widow.Lehar.Elise Stevenson; Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
In the days of old :from "The Yankee Consul".Harry Macdonough.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Foster, lyrics and music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Then you'll remember me :[from] Balfe's "Bohemian girl" /Balfe.Harry Macdonough (tenor).
RainbowBryan; Werrich.Billy Murray; Hayden Quartet; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Bye and bye you will forget me /[Arthur W. French, lyrics ; William A. Huntley, music].Messers. Dudley ; Macdonough.Berliner.
Larboard watch /[T. Williams].Macdonough ; Dudley, with orchestra.Berliner.
In the vale of Shenandoah.Harry Macdonough (tenor).
Night trip to Buffalo.Haydn Quartet.
Glory Song.Haydn Quartet.
Gobble duet :When I behold your manly form : from "La mascotte" /Audran.Elizabeth Wheeler ; Harry Macdonough, duet with orchestra.
When the harvest days are over [, Jessie dear] /[Harold Graham, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
The Old Brigade.Dudley; Macdonough.
Church scene :from "Old homestead".Haydn Quartet.
Rainbow /[Percy] Wenrich, music ; [Alfred] Bryan, lyrics.Billy Murray, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
Killarney /[Michael William Balfe, music ; E. Falconer - pseud. of Edward O'Rourke, lyrics].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When It's apple blossom time in Normandy :from Weber and Fields music hall production /Mellor : Gifford : Trevor.Marguerite Dunlap : Harry Macdonough ; duet with orchestra.
Story of the rose [= Heart of my heart, I love you] /Andrew Mack, music ; [Alice, lyrics].Harry MacDonough.Berliner.
Home, sweet home.Haydn Quartet.
The Owl And The Pussy Cat.Haydn Quartet.
The Orange and the Black :Princetown College song /Mitchell ; Biedermann.Haydn Quartet, male quartet and orchestra.
Tenting on the old camp ground /[Walter Kittredge, lyrics and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
When Sweet Marie Was Sweet SixteenErnest Ball.Macdonough; Bieling; With Orchestra.
In the starlight /[J.E. Carpenter ; Stephen Glover].Vocals by Harry Macdonough and S.H. Dudley ; with piano accompaniment.
Holy NightAdolphe Adam.Lucy Isabelle Marsh; Trinity Choir; Mixed Voices; Organ.
The Birds.Harry Macdonough.
The holy city /[Frederick Edward Weatherly, lyrics ; Stephen Adams, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Robin AdairLady Caroline Keppel.Hayden Quartet.
Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /[Eva Fern Buckner, lyrics ; Henry W. Petrie, music].Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Sweet Kentucky lady (dry your eyes) /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Louis A. Hirsch, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Little Alabama coon.Haydn Quartette.
Asleep In JesusBradbury.Lyric Quartet.
Minstrel 1st part, no. 5.The Gramophone Minstrels.Berliner.
When you wore a pinafore /[Madden] ; Morse.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
Robin Adair /[Celtic air: Aileen Aroon ; C. Keppel, English lyrics].Samuel H. Dudley ; Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Two little girls loved one little boy /Bryan ; Mullen.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, orchestra accompaniment.
The Farmyard Medley.The Haydn Quartette.
Kate Kearney /[J. Everett Fay, lyrics ; James B. Oliver, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When I was a dreamer (and you were my dream) /Lewis, lyrics ; Little, lyrics ; van Alstyne, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Sweet thoughts of home /Edwards.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell /Morse. Teasing / Von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet, male quartet, with orchestra [Side A] ; Billy Murray, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra [Side B].
Little Alabama coon ; Alabama coon /Hattie Starr, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
When the bees are in the hive /Mills.Haydn Quartet.
Laughing water /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Frederick W. Hager, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus /[George Duffield, lyrics ; George J. Webb, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
In the shade of the old apple tree /[Harry H. Williams, lyrics ; Egbert van Alstyne, music].Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Forgotten.Harry Macdonough.
For every boy who's lonely, there's a girl that's lonely too :from "Dr. de Luxe" /Hauerbach ; Hoschna.Harry Macdonough ; Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget /Helf ; [Gardenier] ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet.Haydn Quartet, vocals ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].
The "merry widow" maxim's /Lehar.Harry Macdonough, tneor with orchestra.
An evening with the minstrels No. 2 :Minstrel ballad : My Creole Sue /[Gussie L. Davis].Minstrels.Berliner.
Sweetest girl in Dixie /[Adams ; O'Dea].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Fosterwords and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Cornfield medley =['Way down yonder in the cornfield] /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Carry me back to old Virginny :plantation melody /James Bland.Orpheus Quartet.Berliner.
Sweet and low, or, [That lullaby of long ago] /[Barnby, Sir Joseph, music ; Alfred Tennyson, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Faded RoseRoma.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Tell me pretty maiden /[E. Boyd-Jones ; Paul Rubens, lyrics ; Leslie Stuart, music].Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Plain mamie O'Hooley.Harry Macdonough with orchestra.
Fare thee well, Mollie darling /[Kerry Mills, music ; Will D. Cobb, lyrics]Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.
Little Alabama coon.Haydn Quartet.
God be with you 'til we meet again /J.E. Rankin, lyrics ; W.G. Tomer, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
The Maiden with the dreamy eyes.Harry Macdonough.
Sweet dreamland faces /W.M. Hutchinson, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
The Tale The Church Bells TolledWilliamis; Van Alstyne.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Good old songs :[introducing: Twinkling stars are laughing, love ; When I saw sweet Nellie home ; Would I were thee ; There's music in the air].[Edison Male] Quartette.Edison.
When Irish eyes are smiling :from "The isle of dreams" /Olcott ; Craff ; Ball.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Victor Orchestra.
Oh, come all ye faithful :adeste fideles.Hayden [i.e. Haydn] Quartet with orchestra.
Carry Me Back To Ole Virginie.Haydn Quartet.
The honeysuckle and the bee /Penn.Mr. Harry Macdonough, tenor.
Come ye disconsolate! /[Thomas Moore, lyrics ; Samuel Webbe, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
Rings O' Roses-from The Dollar PrincessFall.Lucy Marsh; Harry Macdonough.
The PalmsFaure.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
In the valley of yesterday /[composer not identified]. In the evening by the moonlight, dear Louise / Harry Von Tilzer ; Andrew B. Sterling.Harry Macdonough.
Summertime /von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet with orchestra.
I'll do anything in the world for you /Cobb ; Edwards.Harry Macdonough (tenor) with orchestra.
The Merry Widow.Lehar.Elise Stevenson; Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
In the days of old :from "The Yankee Consul".Harry Macdonough.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Foster, lyrics and music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Darling Nelly GrayB R Hanby.Alma Gluck; Orpheus Quartet; Orchestra; Male Quartet.
The woman thou gavest me /Cobb, lyrics ; Powell, music.Harry Macdonough ; Hayden Quartet.Berliner.
Then you'll remember me :[from] Balfe's "Bohemian girl" /Balfe.Harry Macdonough (tenor).
RainbowBryan; Werrich.Billy Murray; Hayden Quartet; Orchestra Accompaniment.
My Hawaii (you're calling me) /Launa Mai, lyrics ; L.W. Lewis, music.Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Minstrel first part no. 2 :[Darktown is out tonight] /[Cook, Will Marion].Georgia Minstrel Company, solo: Dudley.Berliner.
Bye and bye you will forget me /[Arthur W. French, lyrics ; William A. Huntley, music].Messers. Dudley ; Macdonough.Berliner.
Larboard watch /[T. Williams].Macdonough ; Dudley, with orchestra.Berliner.
In the vale of Shenandoah.Harry Macdonough (tenor).
Night trip to Buffalo.Haydn Quartet.
Annie Laurie /[W. Douglas of Finland, lyrics ; Lady John Scott, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Glory Song.Haydn Quartet.
Gobble duet :When I behold your manly form : from "La mascotte" /Audran.Elizabeth Wheeler ; Harry Macdonough, duet with orchestra.
When the harvest days are over [, Jessie dear] /[Harold Graham, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
The Old Brigade.Dudley; Macdonough.
Church scene :from "Old homestead".Haydn Quartet.
Rainbow /[Percy] Wenrich, music ; [Alfred] Bryan, lyrics.Billy Murray, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
Killarney /[Michael William Balfe, music ; E. Falconer - pseud. of Edward O'Rourke, lyrics].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Larboard watch /Williams.[S.H.] Dudley, [baritone], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra accompaniment.
Home Sweet Home.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
When It's apple blossom time in Normandy :from Weber and Fields music hall production /Mellor : Gifford : Trevor.Marguerite Dunlap : Harry Macdonough ; duet with orchestra.
Story of the rose [= Heart of my heart, I love you] /Andrew Mack, music ; [Alice, lyrics].Harry MacDonough.Berliner.
Home, sweet home.Haydn Quartet.
The Owl And The Pussy Cat.Haydn Quartet.
The Orange and the Black :Princetown College song /Mitchell ; Biedermann.Haydn Quartet, male quartet and orchestra.
Tenting on the old camp ground /[Walter Kittredge, lyrics and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Saved by grace /Stebbins.Macdonough ; Bieling, with orchestra.
When Sweet Marie Was Sweet SixteenErnest Ball.Macdonough; Bieling; With Orchestra.
In the starlight /[J.E. Carpenter ; Stephen Glover].Vocals by Harry Macdonough and S.H. Dudley ; with piano accompaniment.
Holy NightAdolphe Adam.Lucy Isabelle Marsh; Trinity Choir; Mixed Voices; Organ.
The Birds.Harry Macdonough.
The holy city /[Frederick Edward Weatherly, lyrics ; Stephen Adams, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Robin AdairLady Caroline Keppel.Hayden Quartet.
Little Moozoo May /Luders.Harry Macdonough (tenor with orchestra accompaniment).
Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /[Eva Fern Buckner, lyrics ; Henry W. Petrie, music].Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Sweet Kentucky lady (dry your eyes) /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Louis A. Hirsch, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Little Alabama coon.Haydn Quartette.
Asleep In JesusBradbury.Lyric Quartet.
Minstrel 1st part, no. 5.The Gramophone Minstrels.Berliner.
Stop that knocking at the door /Winnermore.Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
While The Leaves Came Drifting Down.Macdonough; Madeira.
When you wore a pinafore /[Madden] ; Morse.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
When The Frost Is On The PumpkinSterling; Von Tilzer.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Robin Adair /[Celtic air: Aileen Aroon ; C. Keppel, English lyrics].Samuel H. Dudley ; Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Two little girls loved one little boy /Bryan ; Mullen.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, orchestra accompaniment.
The Farmyard Medley.The Haydn Quartette.
The Last Rose Of Summer Is The Sweetest Song Of AllSidney.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Kate Kearney /[J. Everett Fay, lyrics ; James B. Oliver, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When I was a dreamer (and you were my dream) /Lewis, lyrics ; Little, lyrics ; van Alstyne, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Sweet thoughts of home /Edwards.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell /Morse. Teasing / Von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet, male quartet, with orchestra [Side A] ; Billy Murray, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra [Side B].
The new born king.Harry Macdonough.
Little Alabama coon ; Alabama coon /Hattie Starr, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Where the River Shannon flows /Russel.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
When the bees are in the hive /Mills.Haydn Quartet.
Laughing water /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Frederick W. Hager, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus /[George Duffield, lyrics ; George J. Webb, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
In the shade of the old apple tree /[Harry H. Williams, lyrics ; Egbert van Alstyne, music].Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Forgotten.Harry Macdonough.
For every boy who's lonely, there's a girl that's lonely too :from "Dr. de Luxe" /Hauerbach ; Hoschna.Harry Macdonough ; Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget /Helf ; [Gardenier] ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet.Haydn Quartet, vocals ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].
The "merry widow" maxim's /Lehar.Harry Macdonough, tneor with orchestra.
An evening with the minstrels No. 2 :Minstrel ballad : My Creole Sue /[Gussie L. Davis].Minstrels.Berliner.
Jesus lover of my soul /[C. Wesley, lyrics ; F. Abt, music].Trinity Choir.Berliner.
Sweetest girl in Dixie /[Adams ; O'Dea].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Fosterwords and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Home to our mountains.Miss Morgan ; Mr. Macdonough.
Cornfield medley =['Way down yonder in the cornfield] /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Jesus Is CallingCrosby; Stebbins.Stanley; Macdonough; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Carry me back to old Virginny :plantation melody /James Bland.Orpheus Quartet.Berliner.
Sweet and low, or, [That lullaby of long ago] /[Barnby, Sir Joseph, music ; Alfred Tennyson, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Faded RoseRoma.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Rocked in the cradle of the deep /Knight.Edison Male Quartette.
Maryland, My MarylandWords By James Ryder Set To An Old German Air O Tannenbaum.Harry Macdonough.
Massa's in the cold, cold ground /[Stephen C. Foster, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
My Creole Sue.Haydn Quartet.
Massa's in the cold, cold ground /[Stephen C. Foster, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the valley of yesterday /[composer not identified]. In the evening by the moonlight, dear Louise / Harry Von Tilzer ; Andrew B. Sterling.Harry Macdonough.
Summertime /von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet with orchestra.
I'll do anything in the world for you /Cobb ; Edwards.Harry Macdonough (tenor) with orchestra.
I'm looking for some-one's heart :from the Western Garden production "Maid in America" /Harold Atteridge ; Sigmund Romberg.Lyric Quartet with orchestra.
The Merry Widow.Lehar.Elise Stevenson; Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
In the days of old :from "The Yankee Consul".Harry Macdonough.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Foster, lyrics and music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Darling Nelly GrayB R Hanby.Alma Gluck; Orpheus Quartet; Orchestra; Male Quartet.
The woman thou gavest me /Cobb, lyrics ; Powell, music.Harry Macdonough ; Hayden Quartet.Berliner.
Then you'll remember me :[from] Balfe's "Bohemian girl" /Balfe.Harry Macdonough (tenor).
RainbowBryan; Werrich.Billy Murray; Hayden Quartet; Orchestra Accompaniment.
My Hawaii (you're calling me) /Launa Mai, lyrics ; L.W. Lewis, music.Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Victor.
If A Girl Like You Loved A Boy Like MeCobb; Edwards.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Minstrel first part no. 2 :[Darktown is out tonight] /[Cook, Will Marion].Georgia Minstrel Company, solo: Dudley.Berliner.
Bye and bye you will forget me /[Arthur W. French, lyrics ; William A. Huntley, music].Messers. Dudley ; Macdonough.Berliner.
Larboard watch /[T. Williams].Macdonough ; Dudley, with orchestra.Berliner.
In the vale of Shenandoah.Harry Macdonough (tenor).
Night trip to Buffalo.Haydn Quartet.
Annie Laurie /[W. Douglas of Finland, lyrics ; Lady John Scott, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
If with all your hearts /Evan Williams.Evan Williams, tenor.
Glory Song.Haydn Quartet.
Gobble duet :When I behold your manly form : from "La mascotte" /Audran.Elizabeth Wheeler ; Harry Macdonough, duet with orchestra.
When the harvest days are over [, Jessie dear] /[Harold Graham, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
The Old Brigade.Dudley; Macdonough.
Church scene :from "Old homestead".Haydn Quartet.
Rainbow /[Percy] Wenrich, music ; [Alfred] Bryan, lyrics.Billy Murray, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
Killarney /[Michael William Balfe, music ; E. Falconer - pseud. of Edward O'Rourke, lyrics].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Larboard watch /Williams.[S.H.] Dudley, [baritone], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra accompaniment.
Home Sweet Home.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
When It's apple blossom time in Normandy :from Weber and Fields music hall production /Mellor : Gifford : Trevor.Marguerite Dunlap : Harry Macdonough ; duet with orchestra.
Story of the rose [= Heart of my heart, I love you] /Andrew Mack, music ; [Alice, lyrics].Harry MacDonough.Berliner.
Home, sweet home.Haydn Quartet.
The Owl And The Pussy Cat.Haydn Quartet.
Kathleen Mavourneen /[F.N. Crouch, music ; L.M.J.M. Crawford, lyrics].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
A little birch canoe and you /J. Will Callahan ; Lee S. Roberts.Olive Kline and Orpheus Quartet, soprano with male quartet and orchestra.
The Orange and the Black :Princetown College song /Mitchell ; Biedermann.Haydn Quartet, male quartet and orchestra.
Down in the old cherry orchard /Henry, music ; Alfred Bryan, lyrics.Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
Tenting on the old camp ground /[Walter Kittredge, lyrics and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Saved by grace /Stebbins.Macdonough ; Bieling, with orchestra.
When Sweet Marie Was Sweet SixteenErnest Ball.Macdonough; Bieling; With Orchestra.
In the starlight /[J.E. Carpenter ; Stephen Glover].Vocals by Harry Macdonough and S.H. Dudley ; with piano accompaniment.
HiawathaMoret.Harry Macdonough.
Holy NightAdolphe Adam.Lucy Isabelle Marsh; Trinity Choir; Mixed Voices; Organ.
The Birds.Harry Macdonough.
The holy city /[Frederick Edward Weatherly, lyrics ; Stephen Adams, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When we listened to the murmur of the pine[s] /[B.] Robinson, lyrics ; [Winthrop] Brookhouse, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Robin AdairLady Caroline Keppel.Hayden Quartet.
Little Moozoo May /Luders.Harry Macdonough (tenor with orchestra accompaniment).
Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /[Eva Fern Buckner, lyrics ; Henry W. Petrie, music].Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Waltz me around again, Willie [('round-'round-'round)] /Cobb, lyrics ; Shields, music.Billy Murray ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.His Master's Voice.
When The Bees Are In The HiveMills.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Sweet Kentucky lady (dry your eyes) /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Louis A. Hirsch, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Little Alabama coon.Haydn Quartette.
Asleep In JesusBradbury.Lyric Quartet.
Minstrel 1st part, no. 5.The Gramophone Minstrels.Berliner.
Stop that knocking at the door /Winnermore.Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Songs my mother used to sing :Introduction ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; Last rose of summer /Smith.Corrine Morgan, contralto ; Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
While The Leaves Came Drifting Down.Macdonough; Madeira.
When you wore a pinafore /[Madden] ; Morse.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
When The Frost Is On The PumpkinSterling; Von Tilzer.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Robin Adair /[Celtic air: Aileen Aroon ; C. Keppel, English lyrics].Samuel H. Dudley ; Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Two little girls loved one little boy /Bryan ; Mullen.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, orchestra accompaniment.
Ring the bell of heavens /Root.Haydn Quartet with Orchestra (Male Quartet).
The Farmyard Medley.The Haydn Quartette.
The Last Rose Of Summer Is The Sweetest Song Of AllSidney.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Kate Kearney /[J. Everett Fay, lyrics ; James B. Oliver, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When I was a dreamer (and you were my dream) /Lewis, lyrics ; Little, lyrics ; van Alstyne, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Sweet thoughts of home /Edwards.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell /Morse. Teasing / Von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet, male quartet, with orchestra [Side A] ; Billy Murray, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra [Side B].
The new born king.Harry Macdonough.
Little Alabama coon ; Alabama coon /Hattie Starr, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
It's tulip time in Holland :two lips are calling me /Dave Radford ; Richard A. Whiting.Harry Macdonough, with orchestra.
Where the River Shannon flows /Russel.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
Sun of My Soul /[Keble : Ritter].Haydn Quartet - S.H. Dudley, manager.
When the bees are in the hive /Mills.Haydn Quartet.
Laughing water /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Frederick W. Hager, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus /[George Duffield, lyrics ; George J. Webb, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
In the shade of the old apple tree /[Harry H. Williams, lyrics ; Egbert van Alstyne, music].Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Forgotten.Harry Macdonough.
For every boy who's lonely, there's a girl that's lonely too :from "Dr. de Luxe" /Hauerbach ; Hoschna.Harry Macdonough ; Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget /Helf ; [Gardenier] ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet.Haydn Quartet, vocals ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].
The "merry widow" maxim's /Lehar.Harry Macdonough, tneor with orchestra.
An evening with the minstrels No. 2 :Minstrel ballad : My Creole Sue /[Gussie L. Davis].Minstrels.Berliner.
Jesus lover of my soul /[C. Wesley, lyrics ; F. Abt, music].Trinity Choir.Berliner.
Soldier's farewell /[J. Kinkel, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Sweetest girl in Dixie /[Adams ; O'Dea].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Fosterwords and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Home to our mountains.Miss Morgan ; Mr. Macdonough.
Cornfield medley =['Way down yonder in the cornfield] /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Jesus Is CallingCrosby; Stebbins.Stanley; Macdonough; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Carry me back to old Virginny :plantation melody /James Bland.Orpheus Quartet.Berliner.
Sweet and low, or, [That lullaby of long ago] /[Barnby, Sir Joseph, music ; Alfred Tennyson, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Faded RoseRoma.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Rocked in the cradle of the deep /Knight.Edison Male Quartette.
Maryland, My MarylandWords By James Ryder Set To An Old German Air O Tannenbaum.Harry Macdonough.
Massa's in the cold, cold ground /[Stephen C. Foster, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the evening by the moonlight.Haydn Quartet.
My Creole Sue.Haydn Quartet.
I like your way /[Walker] ; Witt.Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra.
RainbowBryan; Werrich.Billy Murray; Hayden Quartet; Orchestra Accompaniment.
My Hawaii (you're calling me) /Launa Mai, lyrics ; L.W. Lewis, music.Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Carry me back to ole Virginie /[Bland].Haydn Quartet.
If A Girl Like You Loved A Boy Like MeCobb; Edwards.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Minstrel first part no. 2 :[Darktown is out tonight] /[Cook, Will Marion].Georgia Minstrel Company, solo: Dudley.Berliner.
Bye and bye you will forget me /[Arthur W. French, lyrics ; William A. Huntley, music].Messers. Dudley ; Macdonough.Berliner.
The Holy City.Harry Macdonough.
Old oaken bucket /[George Kiallmar, music ; Samuel Woodworth, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Larboard watch /[T. Williams].Macdonough ; Dudley, with orchestra.Berliner.
In the vale of Shenandoah.Harry Macdonough (tenor).
Night trip to Buffalo.Haydn Quartet.
Annie Laurie /[W. Douglas of Finland, lyrics ; Lady John Scott, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
If with all your hearts /Evan Williams.Evan Williams, tenor.
Glory Song.Haydn Quartet.
Gobble duet :When I behold your manly form : from "La mascotte" /Audran.Elizabeth Wheeler ; Harry Macdonough, duet with orchestra.
When the harvest days are over [, Jessie dear] /[Harold Graham, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
The Old Brigade.Dudley; Macdonough.
Church scene :from "Old homestead".Haydn Quartet.
Rainbow /[Percy] Wenrich, music ; [Alfred] Bryan, lyrics.Billy Murray, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
Pansies Mean Thoughts And Thoughts Mean YouBrown; Spencer.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Killarney /[Michael William Balfe, music ; E. Falconer - pseud. of Edward O'Rourke, lyrics].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Larboard watch /Williams.[S.H.] Dudley, [baritone], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra accompaniment.
Home Sweet Home.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
When It's apple blossom time in Normandy :from Weber and Fields music hall production /Mellor : Gifford : Trevor.Marguerite Dunlap : Harry Macdonough ; duet with orchestra.
Heaven is my home /Savage.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Story of the rose [= Heart of my heart, I love you] /Andrew Mack, music ; [Alice, lyrics].Harry MacDonough.Berliner.
Home, sweet home.Haydn Quartet.
The Owl And The Pussy Cat.Haydn Quartet.
Kathleen Mavourneen /[F.N. Crouch, music ; L.M.J.M. Crawford, lyrics].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
A little birch canoe and you /J. Will Callahan ; Lee S. Roberts.Olive Kline and Orpheus Quartet, soprano with male quartet and orchestra.
The Orange and the Black :Princetown College song /Mitchell ; Biedermann.Haydn Quartet, male quartet and orchestra.
Down in the old cherry orchard /Henry, music ; Alfred Bryan, lyrics.Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
Camp meeting jubilee.Sung by Haydn Quartet; [announced by William F. Hooley].
Tenting on the old camp ground /[Walter Kittredge, lyrics and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Saved by grace /Stebbins.Macdonough ; Bieling, with orchestra.
When Sweet Marie Was Sweet SixteenErnest Ball.Macdonough; Bieling; With Orchestra.
In the starlight /[J.E. Carpenter ; Stephen Glover].Vocals by Harry Macdonough and S.H. Dudley ; with piano accompaniment.
HiawathaMoret.Harry Macdonough.
Holy NightAdolphe Adam.Lucy Isabelle Marsh; Trinity Choir; Mixed Voices; Organ.
The Birds.Harry Macdonough.
The holy city /[Frederick Edward Weatherly, lyrics ; Stephen Adams, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When we listened to the murmur of the pine[s] /[B.] Robinson, lyrics ; [Winthrop] Brookhouse, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Robin AdairLady Caroline Keppel.Hayden Quartet.
Little Moozoo May /Luders.Harry Macdonough (tenor with orchestra accompaniment).
Home to our mountains =Ai nostri monti ritorneremo /G. Verdi, music.Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /[Eva Fern Buckner, lyrics ; Henry W. Petrie, music].Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Waltz me around again, Willie [('round-'round-'round)] /Cobb, lyrics ; Shields, music.Billy Murray ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.His Master's Voice.
When The Bees Are In The HiveMills.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Sweet Kentucky lady (dry your eyes) /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Louis A. Hirsch, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Sweet Adeline :(You're the flower of my heart).Bieling and Dudley with Haydn Quartet.
Imitation Medley.Haydn Quartette.
Little Alabama coon.Haydn Quartette.
Asleep In JesusBradbury.Lyric Quartet.
Minstrel 1st part, no. 5.The Gramophone Minstrels.Berliner.
Stop that knocking at the door /Winnermore.Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
The vacant chair (root).Hayden [i.e. Haydn] Quartet (male quartet with orchestra).
Songs my mother used to sing :Introduction ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; Last rose of summer /Smith.Corrine Morgan, contralto ; Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
While The Leaves Came Drifting Down.Macdonough; Madeira.
When you come back and you will come back. There's the whole world waiting for you /Geo. M. Cohan.Raymond Dixon ; Orpheus Quartet.
When you wore a pinafore /[Madden] ; Morse.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
When The Frost Is On The PumpkinSterling; Von Tilzer.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Robin Adair /[Celtic air: Aileen Aroon ; C. Keppel, English lyrics].Samuel H. Dudley ; Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Two little girls loved one little boy /Bryan ; Mullen.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, orchestra accompaniment.
Ring the bell of heavens /Root.Haydn Quartet with Orchestra (Male Quartet).
The Farmyard Medley.The Haydn Quartette.
Oh morning land /Phelps ; [performed by] Stanley and Macdonough with orchestra. God be with you till we meet again / Rankin, Tomer ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet with orchestra.[Side A] Stanley and Macdonough ; [Side B] Haydn Quartet.
Bonnie sweet Bessie.Haydn Quartet.
The Last Rose Of Summer Is The Sweetest Song Of AllSidney.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Kate Kearney /[J. Everett Fay, lyrics ; James B. Oliver, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When I was a dreamer (and you were my dream) /Lewis, lyrics ; Little, lyrics ; van Alstyne, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Sweet thoughts of home /Edwards.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell /Morse. Teasing / Von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet, male quartet, with orchestra [Side A] ; Billy Murray, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra [Side B].
The new born king.Harry Macdonough.
Little Alabama coon ; Alabama coon /Hattie Starr, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
It's tulip time in Holland :two lips are calling me /Dave Radford ; Richard A. Whiting.Harry Macdonough, with orchestra.
Where the River Shannon flows /Russel.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
Blue bells of Scotland /[Anne MacVicar Grant, lyrics ; Dorothy Jordan, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Red wing /Mills.Dudley ; Macdonough.
Sun of My Soul /[Keble : Ritter].Haydn Quartet - S.H. Dudley, manager.
When the bees are in the hive /Mills.Haydn Quartet.
Laughing water /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Frederick W. Hager, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus /[George Duffield, lyrics ; George J. Webb, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
In the shade of the old apple tree /[Harry H. Williams, lyrics ; Egbert van Alstyne, music].Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Where the sweet magnolias bloom /[Sterling ; Von Tilzer].Vocal duet by Macdonough and Madeira.
Forgotten.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell medley :Starry night for a ramble ; Plain Mamie O'Hooley ; Blue bell /[Walter Hawley, lyrics ; Alfred Solman, music] ; [Edward Madden ; Dolly Morse ; Theodore F. Morse, lyrics and music] ; [Harry B. Smith, lyrics ; Ludwig Englander, music].Haydn Quartet, male quartet.Berliner.
For every boy who's lonely, there's a girl that's lonely too :from "Dr. de Luxe" /Hauerbach ; Hoschna.Harry Macdonough ; Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget /Helf ; [Gardenier] ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet.Haydn Quartet, vocals ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].
The "merry widow" maxim's /Lehar.Harry Macdonough, tneor with orchestra.
An evening with the minstrels No. 2 :Minstrel ballad : My Creole Sue /[Gussie L. Davis].Minstrels.Berliner.
A trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Jesus lover of my soul /[C. Wesley, lyrics ; F. Abt, music].Trinity Choir.Berliner.
Soldier's farewell /[J. Kinkel, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the gloaming[, oh, my darling] /[Annie Fortescue Harrison, music ; M. Orred, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Sweetest girl in Dixie /[Adams ; O'Dea].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Fosterwords and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Home to our mountains.Miss Morgan ; Mr. Macdonough.
Cornfield medley =['Way down yonder in the cornfield] /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Jesus Is CallingCrosby; Stebbins.Stanley; Macdonough; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Carry me back to old Virginny :plantation melody /James Bland.Orpheus Quartet.Berliner.
Pansies Mean Thoughts And Thoughts Mean YouBrown; Spencer.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Killarney /[Michael William Balfe, music ; E. Falconer - pseud. of Edward O'Rourke, lyrics].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Larboard watch /Williams.[S.H.] Dudley, [baritone], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra accompaniment.
Home Sweet Home.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
When It's apple blossom time in Normandy :from Weber and Fields music hall production /Mellor : Gifford : Trevor.Marguerite Dunlap : Harry Macdonough ; duet with orchestra.
Heaven is my home /Savage.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Berliner.
Story of the rose [= Heart of my heart, I love you] /Andrew Mack, music ; [Alice, lyrics].Harry MacDonough.Berliner.
Home, sweet home.Haydn Quartet.
The Owl And The Pussy Cat.Haydn Quartet.
Kathleen Mavourneen /[F.N. Crouch, music ; L.M.J.M. Crawford, lyrics].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
A little birch canoe and you /J. Will Callahan ; Lee S. Roberts.Olive Kline and Orpheus Quartet, soprano with male quartet and orchestra.
The Orange and the Black :Princetown College song /Mitchell ; Biedermann.Haydn Quartet, male quartet and orchestra.
Down in the old cherry orchard /Henry, music ; Alfred Bryan, lyrics.Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.Berliner.
The Merry Widow.Lehar.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Camp meeting jubilee.Sung by Haydn Quartet; [announced by William F. Hooley].
Tenting in the old camp ground.Haydn Quartet.
Navajo /[Harry Williams, lyrics] ; [Egbert Van Alstyne, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Tenting on the old camp ground /[Walter Kittredge, lyrics and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Saved by grace /Stebbins.Macdonough ; Bieling, with orchestra.
When Sweet Marie Was Sweet SixteenErnest Ball.Macdonough; Bieling; With Orchestra.
In the starlight /[J.E. Carpenter ; Stephen Glover].Vocals by Harry Macdonough and S.H. Dudley ; with piano accompaniment.
HiawathaMoret.Harry Macdonough.
Holy NightAdolphe Adam.Lucy Isabelle Marsh; Trinity Choir; Mixed Voices; Organ.
The Birds.Harry Macdonough.
The holy city /[Frederick Edward Weatherly, lyrics ; Stephen Adams, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When we listened to the murmur of the pine[s] /[B.] Robinson, lyrics ; [Winthrop] Brookhouse, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Robin AdairLady Caroline Keppel.Hayden Quartet.
Little Moozoo May /Luders.Harry Macdonough (tenor with orchestra accompaniment).
Home to our mountains =Ai nostri monti ritorneremo /G. Verdi, music.Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /[Eva Fern Buckner, lyrics ; Henry W. Petrie, music].Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Waltz me around again, Willie [('round-'round-'round)] /Cobb, lyrics ; Shields, music.Billy Murray ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.His Master's Voice.
Nearer my God to thee.Haydn Quartet.
When The Bees Are In The HiveMills.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Sweet Kentucky lady (dry your eyes) /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Louis A. Hirsch, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Sweet Adeline :(You're the flower of my heart).Bieling and Dudley with Haydn Quartet.
Imitation Medley.Haydn Quartette.
Little Alabama coon.Haydn Quartette.
Asleep In JesusBradbury.Lyric Quartet.
Minstrel 1st part, no. 5.The Gramophone Minstrels.Berliner.
When the harvest days are over.Harry Macdonough.
Good NightDudley Buck.Haydn Quartet.
Stop that knocking at the door /Winnermore.Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
The vacant chair (root).Hayden [i.e. Haydn] Quartet (male quartet with orchestra).
Songs my mother used to sing :Introduction ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; Last rose of summer /Smith.Corrine Morgan, contralto ; Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
While The Leaves Came Drifting Down.Macdonough; Madeira.
When you come back and you will come back. There's the whole world waiting for you /Geo. M. Cohan.Raymond Dixon ; Orpheus Quartet.
When you wore a pinafore /[Madden] ; Morse.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
When The Frost Is On The PumpkinSterling; Von Tilzer.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Robin Adair /[Celtic air: Aileen Aroon ; C. Keppel, English lyrics].Samuel H. Dudley ; Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Two little girls loved one little boy /Bryan ; Mullen.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, orchestra accompaniment.
Ring the bell of heavens /Root.Haydn Quartet with Orchestra (Male Quartet).
The Farmyard Medley.The Haydn Quartette.
Oh morning land /Phelps ; [performed by] Stanley and Macdonough with orchestra. God be with you till we meet again / Rankin, Tomer ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet with orchestra.[Side A] Stanley and Macdonough ; [Side B] Haydn Quartet.
Bonnie sweet Bessie.Haydn Quartet.
The Last Rose Of Summer Is The Sweetest Song Of AllSidney.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Kate Kearney /[J. Everett Fay, lyrics ; James B. Oliver, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
My wild Irish rose /Olcott.Haydn Quartet (male quartet).
The Sabbath Morn.Harry Macdonough; Organ Accompaniment.
In Zanzibar /Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music.Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When I was a dreamer (and you were my dream) /Lewis, lyrics ; Little, lyrics ; van Alstyne, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Sweet thoughts of home /Edwards.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell /Morse. Teasing / Von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet, male quartet, with orchestra [Side A] ; Billy Murray, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra [Side B].
The new born king.Harry Macdonough.
Little Alabama coon ; Alabama coon /Hattie Starr, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
It's tulip time in Holland :two lips are calling me /Dave Radford ; Richard A. Whiting.Harry Macdonough, with orchestra.
Where the River Shannon flows /Russel.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
Only A Message From Home, Sweet Home.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Blue bells of Scotland /[Anne MacVicar Grant, lyrics ; Dorothy Jordan, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Red wing /Mills.Dudley ; Macdonough.
Sun of My Soul /[Keble : Ritter].Haydn Quartet - S.H. Dudley, manager.
When the bees are in the hive /Mills.Haydn Quartet.
Laughing water /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Frederick W. Hager, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus /[George Duffield, lyrics ; George J. Webb, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
Thine Eyes So Blue And Tender.Harry Macdonough.
When Bob White Is Whistling In The MeadowRosenfeld.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet.
Medley of plantation songs.American Quartet.Berliner.
In the shade of the old apple tree /[Harry H. Williams, lyrics ; Egbert van Alstyne, music].Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Where the sweet magnolias bloom /[Sterling ; Von Tilzer].Vocal duet by Macdonough and Madeira.
Forgotten.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell medley :Starry night for a ramble ; Plain Mamie O'Hooley ; Blue bell /[Walter Hawley, lyrics ; Alfred Solman, music] ; [Edward Madden ; Dolly Morse ; Theodore F. Morse, lyrics and music] ; [Harry B. Smith, lyrics ; Ludwig Englander, music].Haydn Quartet, male quartet.Berliner.
For every boy who's lonely, there's a girl that's lonely too :from "Dr. de Luxe" /Hauerbach ; Hoschna.Harry Macdonough ; Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
When the harvest days are over /Graham. While the leaves came drifting down / [Nevada].Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra [Side A] ; S.H. Dudley, baritone, and Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra [Side B].
When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget /Helf ; [Gardenier] ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet.Haydn Quartet, vocals ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].
The "merry widow" maxim's /Lehar.Harry Macdonough, tneor with orchestra.
An evening with the minstrels No. 2 :Minstrel ballad : My Creole Sue /[Gussie L. Davis].Minstrels.Berliner.
This Rose Brings My Heart To YouWood; Edwards.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
A trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Jesus lover of my soul /[C. Wesley, lyrics ; F. Abt, music].Trinity Choir.Berliner.
Soldier's farewell /[J. Kinkel, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the gloaming[, oh, my darling] /[Annie Fortescue Harrison, music ; M. Orred, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Some one thinks of some one /[Fisher] ; Gardnier [sic] ; Helf.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
Sweetest girl in Dixie /[Adams ; O'Dea].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Fosterwords and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Home to our mountains.Miss Morgan ; Mr. Macdonough.
Cornfield medley =['Way down yonder in the cornfield] /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Jesus Is CallingCrosby; Stebbins.Stanley; Macdonough; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Carry me back to old Virginny :plantation melody /James Bland.Orpheus Quartet.Berliner.
The palms =[Les rameaux] /[Jean-Baptiste Faure, lyrics and music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Sweet and low, or, [That lullaby of long ago] /[Barnby, Sir Joseph, music ; Alfred Tennyson, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
When Sweet Marie Was Sweet SixteenErnest Ball.Macdonough; Bieling; With Orchestra.
In the starlight /[J.E. Carpenter ; Stephen Glover].Vocals by Harry Macdonough and S.H. Dudley ; with piano accompaniment.
Susie :from "The girl from up there".Harry Macdonough, tenor solo.
HiawathaMoret.Harry Macdonough.
Holy NightAdolphe Adam.Lucy Isabelle Marsh; Trinity Choir; Mixed Voices; Organ.
The Birds.Harry Macdonough.
The holy city /[Frederick Edward Weatherly, lyrics ; Stephen Adams, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When we listened to the murmur of the pine[s] /[B.] Robinson, lyrics ; [Winthrop] Brookhouse, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Robin AdairLady Caroline Keppel.Hayden Quartet.
Little Moozoo May /Luders.Harry Macdonough (tenor with orchestra accompaniment).
Home to our mountains =Ai nostri monti ritorneremo /G. Verdi, music.Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /[Eva Fern Buckner, lyrics ; Henry W. Petrie, music].Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Waltz me around again, Willie [('round-'round-'round)] /Cobb, lyrics ; Shields, music.Billy Murray ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.His Master's Voice.
Nearer my God to thee.Haydn Quartet.
When The Bees Are In The HiveMills.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Tell me pretty maiden :from "Florodona" /Stuart.Stevenson ; Macdonough with orchestra.
Sweet Kentucky lady (dry your eyes) /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Louis A. Hirsch, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Sweet Adeline :(You're the flower of my heart).Bieling and Dudley with Haydn Quartet.
Imitation Medley.Haydn Quartette.
Little Alabama coon.Haydn Quartette.
Asleep In JesusBradbury.Lyric Quartet.
Minstrel 1st part, no. 5.The Gramophone Minstrels.Berliner.
When the harvest days are over.Harry Macdonough.
Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire, Molly? /Helf.Harry Macdonough, with orchestra.
Kathleen Mavourneen /[Annie (Barry) Crawford, lyrics] ; [F.W.N. Crouch, music].Messrs. Dudley ; Macdonough.Berliner.
I can't tell why I love you but I do /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Good NightDudley Buck.Haydn Quartet.
Stop that knocking at the door /Winnermore.Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
The vacant chair (root).Hayden [i.e. Haydn] Quartet (male quartet with orchestra).
Monarch minstrels :first part, no 1.Georgia Minstrel Co.
Songs my mother used to sing :Introduction ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; Last rose of summer /Smith.Corrine Morgan, contralto ; Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
While The Leaves Came Drifting Down.Macdonough; Madeira.
When you come back and you will come back. There's the whole world waiting for you /Geo. M. Cohan.Raymond Dixon ; Orpheus Quartet.
Crucifix /Jean Faure. My faith looks up to thee / Palmer-Bassford.Harry Macdonough, tenor; Frank C. Stanley, bass with orchestra.
In the valley of Kentucky.Harry Macdonough.
When you wore a pinafore /[Madden] ; Morse.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
When The Frost Is On The PumpkinSterling; Von Tilzer.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Robin Adair /[Celtic air: Aileen Aroon ; C. Keppel, English lyrics].Samuel H. Dudley ; Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Two little girls loved one little boy /Bryan ; Mullen.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, orchestra accompaniment.
Ring the bell of heavens /Root.Haydn Quartet with Orchestra (Male Quartet).
The Farmyard Medley.The Haydn Quartette.
Tell mother I'll be there /Fillmore.Haydn Quartet.
Oh morning land /Phelps ; [performed by] Stanley and Macdonough with orchestra. God be with you till we meet again / Rankin, Tomer ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet with orchestra.[Side A] Stanley and Macdonough ; [Side B] Haydn Quartet.
Bonnie sweet Bessie.Haydn Quartet.
The Last Rose Of Summer Is The Sweetest Song Of AllSidney.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Kate Kearney /[J. Everett Fay, lyrics ; James B. Oliver, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
My wild Irish rose /Olcott.Haydn Quartet (male quartet).
The Sabbath Morn.Harry Macdonough; Organ Accompaniment.
In Zanzibar /Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music.Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When I was a dreamer (and you were my dream) /Lewis, lyrics ; Little, lyrics ; van Alstyne, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
The birds /Septimus Winner pseudonym of Alice Hawthorne, lyrics and music.Harry Macdonough, tenor solo.Berliner.
Sweet thoughts of home /Edwards.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell /Morse. Teasing / Von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet, male quartet, with orchestra [Side A] ; Billy Murray, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra [Side B].
The new born king.Harry Macdonough.
Little Alabama coon ; Alabama coon /Hattie Starr, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
It's tulip time in Holland :two lips are calling me /Dave Radford ; Richard A. Whiting.Harry Macdonough, with orchestra.
Where the River Shannon flows /Russel.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
The wedding of the reuben and the maid.Harry Macdonough.
Only A Message From Home, Sweet Home.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Home again /August Barratt ; Sigmund Romberg, music ; Young, lyrics.Alice Green, soprano ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Blue bells of Scotland /[Anne MacVicar Grant, lyrics ; Dorothy Jordan, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Red wing /Mills.Dudley ; Macdonough.
Sun of My Soul /[Keble : Ritter].Haydn Quartet - S.H. Dudley, manager.
When the bees are in the hive /Mills.Haydn Quartet.
Laughing water /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Frederick W. Hager, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus /[George Duffield, lyrics ; George J. Webb, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
Thine Eyes So Blue And Tender.Harry Macdonough.
When Bob White Is Whistling In The MeadowRosenfeld.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet.
Medley of plantation songs.American Quartet.Berliner.
In the shade of the old apple tree /[Harry H. Williams, lyrics ; Egbert van Alstyne, music].Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Where the sweet magnolias bloom /[Sterling ; Von Tilzer].Vocal duet by Macdonough and Madeira.
Forgotten.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell medley :Starry night for a ramble ; Plain Mamie O'Hooley ; Blue bell /[Walter Hawley, lyrics ; Alfred Solman, music] ; [Edward Madden ; Dolly Morse ; Theodore F. Morse, lyrics and music] ; [Harry B. Smith, lyrics ; Ludwig Englander, music].Haydn Quartet, male quartet.Berliner.
For every boy who's lonely, there's a girl that's lonely too :from "Dr. de Luxe" /Hauerbach ; Hoschna.Harry Macdonough ; Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
When the harvest days are over /Graham. While the leaves came drifting down / [Nevada].Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra [Side A] ; S.H. Dudley, baritone, and Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra [Side B].
When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget /Helf ; [Gardenier] ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet.Haydn Quartet, vocals ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].
The "merry widow" maxim's /Lehar.Harry Macdonough, tneor with orchestra.
An evening with the minstrels No. 2 :Minstrel ballad : My Creole Sue /[Gussie L. Davis].Minstrels.Berliner.
This Rose Brings My Heart To YouWood; Edwards.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
A trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Jesus lover of my soul /[C. Wesley, lyrics ; F. Abt, music].Trinity Choir.Berliner.
Soldier's farewell /[J. Kinkel, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the gloaming[, oh, my darling] /[Annie Fortescue Harrison, music ; M. Orred, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Some one thinks of some one /[Fisher] ; Gardnier [sic] ; Helf.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
Tell me pretty maiden /E. Boyd-Jones ; Paul Rubens, lyrics ; Leslie Stuart, music.Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Sweetest girl in Dixie /[Adams ; O'Dea].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Fosterwords and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Home to our mountains.Miss Morgan ; Mr. Macdonough.
Cornfield medley =['Way down yonder in the cornfield] /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Jesus Is CallingCrosby; Stebbins.Stanley; Macdonough; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Carry me back to old Virginny :plantation melody /James Bland.Orpheus Quartet.Berliner.
More and more /Elson ; Seifert.Orpheus Quartet.
The palms =[Les rameaux] /[Jean-Baptiste Faure, lyrics and music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
By The Watermelon VineLindy Lou.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestral Accompaniment.
Sweet and low, or, [That lullaby of long ago] /[Barnby, Sir Joseph, music ; Alfred Tennyson, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Faded RoseRoma.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Rocked in the cradle of the deep /Knight.Edison Male Quartette.
Temple bells :from New York Hippodrome production "Under many flags" /Klein.Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
Maryland, My MarylandWords By James Ryder Set To An Old German Air O Tannenbaum.Harry Macdonough.
The holy city /[Frederick Edward Weatherly, lyrics ; Stephen Adams, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When we listened to the murmur of the pine[s] /[B.] Robinson, lyrics ; [Winthrop] Brookhouse, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Robin AdairLady Caroline Keppel.Hayden Quartet.
Little Moozoo May /Luders.Harry Macdonough (tenor with orchestra accompaniment).
Home to our mountains =Ai nostri monti ritorneremo /G. Verdi, music.Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Where the sunset turns the ocean's blue to gold /[Eva Fern Buckner, lyrics ; Henry W. Petrie, music].Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Waltz me around again, Willie [('round-'round-'round)] /Cobb, lyrics ; Shields, music.Billy Murray ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra.His Master's Voice.
Nearer my God to thee.Haydn Quartet.
When The Bees Are In The HiveMills.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Tell me pretty maiden :from "Florodona" /Stuart.Stevenson ; Macdonough with orchestra.
Sweet Kentucky lady (dry your eyes) /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Louis A. Hirsch, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Sweet Adeline :(You're the flower of my heart).Bieling and Dudley with Haydn Quartet.
Imitation Medley.Haydn Quartette.
Little Alabama coon.Haydn Quartette.
Asleep In JesusBradbury.Lyric Quartet.
Minstrel 1st part, no. 5.The Gramophone Minstrels.Berliner.
When the harvest days are over.Harry Macdonough.
Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire, Molly? /Helf.Harry Macdonough, with orchestra.
Kathleen Mavourneen /[Annie (Barry) Crawford, lyrics] ; [F.W.N. Crouch, music].Messrs. Dudley ; Macdonough.Berliner.
O morning land /Phelps.Stanley ; Macdonough, duet.Berliner.
I can't tell why I love you but I do /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Good NightDudley Buck.Haydn Quartet.
Stop that knocking at the door /Winnermore.Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
The vacant chair (root).Hayden [i.e. Haydn] Quartet (male quartet with orchestra).
Monarch minstrels :first part, no 1.Georgia Minstrel Co.
Songs my mother used to sing :Introduction ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; Last rose of summer /Smith.Corrine Morgan, contralto ; Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
While The Leaves Came Drifting Down.Macdonough; Madeira.
When you come back and you will come back. There's the whole world waiting for you /Geo. M. Cohan.Raymond Dixon ; Orpheus Quartet.
Crucifix /Jean Faure. My faith looks up to thee / Palmer-Bassford.Harry Macdonough, tenor; Frank C. Stanley, bass with orchestra.
In the valley of Kentucky.Harry Macdonough.
When you wore a pinafore /[Madden] ; Morse.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
When The Frost Is On The PumpkinSterling; Von Tilzer.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Robin Adair /[Celtic air: Aileen Aroon ; C. Keppel, English lyrics].Samuel H. Dudley ; Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Two little girls loved one little boy /Bryan ; Mullen.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, orchestra accompaniment.
Ring the bell of heavens /Root.Haydn Quartet with Orchestra (Male Quartet).
The Farmyard Medley.The Haydn Quartette.
Tell mother I'll be there /Fillmore.Haydn Quartet.
Oh morning land /Phelps ; [performed by] Stanley and Macdonough with orchestra. God be with you till we meet again / Rankin, Tomer ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet with orchestra.[Side A] Stanley and Macdonough ; [Side B] Haydn Quartet.
Bonnie sweet Bessie.Haydn Quartet.
Red wing /[Kerry] Mills, music ; [Thurland Chattaway, lyrics].Dudley ; Macdonough, with quartet chorus and orchestra.Berliner.
When you come back (and you will come back, there's the whole world waiting for you) /Geo. M. Cohan.Raymond Dixon, tenor ; Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
The Holy City-part IiAdams.Harry Macdonough.
The Last Rose Of Summer Is The Sweetest Song Of AllSidney.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Kate Kearney /[J. Everett Fay, lyrics ; James B. Oliver, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
My wild Irish rose /Olcott.Haydn Quartet (male quartet).
The Sabbath Morn.Harry Macdonough; Organ Accompaniment.
In Zanzibar /Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music.Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When I was a dreamer (and you were my dream) /Lewis, lyrics ; Little, lyrics ; van Alstyne, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
The birds /Septimus Winner pseudonym of Alice Hawthorne, lyrics and music.Harry Macdonough, tenor solo.Berliner.
Sweet thoughts of home /Edwards.Harry Macdonough.
Home to our mountains =[Ai nostri monti ritorneremo] /[G. Verdi].Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Blue bell /Morse. Teasing / Von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet, male quartet, with orchestra [Side A] ; Billy Murray, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra [Side B].
The new born king.Harry Macdonough.
Little Alabama coon ; Alabama coon /Hattie Starr, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
It's tulip time in Holland :two lips are calling me /Dave Radford ; Richard A. Whiting.Harry Macdonough, with orchestra.
Where the River Shannon flows /Russel.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
The wedding of the reuben and the maid.Harry Macdonough.
Only A Message From Home, Sweet Home.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Home again /August Barratt ; Sigmund Romberg, music ; Young, lyrics.Alice Green, soprano ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Blue bells of Scotland /[Anne MacVicar Grant, lyrics ; Dorothy Jordan, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Red wing /Mills.Dudley ; Macdonough.
Sun of My Soul /[Keble : Ritter].Haydn Quartet - S.H. Dudley, manager.
When the bees are in the hive /Mills.Haydn Quartet.
Laughing water /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Frederick W. Hager, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus /[George Duffield, lyrics ; George J. Webb, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
Thine Eyes So Blue And Tender.Harry Macdonough.
When Bob White Is Whistling In The MeadowRosenfeld.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet.
Medley of plantation songs.American Quartet.Berliner.
Bring back my Bonnie to me, or, My Bonnie lies over the ocean /anonymous.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the shade of the old apple tree /[Harry H. Williams, lyrics ; Egbert van Alstyne, music].Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Where the sweet magnolias bloom /[Sterling ; Von Tilzer].Vocal duet by Macdonough and Madeira.
Forgotten.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell medley :Starry night for a ramble ; Plain Mamie O'Hooley ; Blue bell /[Walter Hawley, lyrics ; Alfred Solman, music] ; [Edward Madden ; Dolly Morse ; Theodore F. Morse, lyrics and music] ; [Harry B. Smith, lyrics ; Ludwig Englander, music].Haydn Quartet, male quartet.Berliner.
For every boy who's lonely, there's a girl that's lonely too :from "Dr. de Luxe" /Hauerbach ; Hoschna.Harry Macdonough ; Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
Some day they're coming home again /Harry Hilbert.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
When the harvest days are over /Graham. While the leaves came drifting down / [Nevada].Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra [Side A] ; S.H. Dudley, baritone, and Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra [Side B].
When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget /Helf ; [Gardenier] ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet.Haydn Quartet, vocals ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].
The "merry widow" maxim's /Lehar.Harry Macdonough, tneor with orchestra.
An evening with the minstrels No. 2 :Minstrel ballad : My Creole Sue /[Gussie L. Davis].Minstrels.Berliner.
This Rose Brings My Heart To YouWood; Edwards.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
A trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Jesus lover of my soul /[C. Wesley, lyrics ; F. Abt, music].Trinity Choir.Berliner.
Soldier's farewell /[J. Kinkel, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the gloaming[, oh, my darling] /[Annie Fortescue Harrison, music ; M. Orred, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Some one thinks of some one /[Fisher] ; Gardnier [sic] ; Helf.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
Tell me pretty maiden /E. Boyd-Jones ; Paul Rubens, lyrics ; Leslie Stuart, music.Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Sweetest girl in Dixie /[Adams ; O'Dea].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Fosterwords and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Home to our mountains.Miss Morgan ; Mr. Macdonough.
Cornfield medley =['Way down yonder in the cornfield] /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Jesus Is CallingCrosby; Stebbins.Stanley; Macdonough; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Carry me back to old Virginny :plantation melody /James Bland.Orpheus Quartet.Berliner.
Miserere /S. Cammarano, libretto ; Giuseppe Verdi, music.Harry MacDonough.Berliner.
More and more /Elson ; Seifert.Orpheus Quartet.
The palms =[Les rameaux] /[Jean-Baptiste Faure, lyrics and music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
By The Watermelon VineLindy Lou.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestral Accompaniment.
Sweet and low, or, [That lullaby of long ago] /[Barnby, Sir Joseph, music ; Alfred Tennyson, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Honeymoon hall :from the "Pearl and the Pumpkin" /Bratton.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.
Trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Faded RoseRoma.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
When the harvest days are over.Harry Macdonough.
Sweet Adeline (you're the flower of my dear heart) /[Armstrong].Bieling ; Dudley ; Haydn Quartet ; [Harry Macdonough].Berliner.
Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire, Molly? /Helf.Harry Macdonough, with orchestra.
Kathleen Mavourneen /[Annie (Barry) Crawford, lyrics] ; [F.W.N. Crouch, music].Messrs. Dudley ; Macdonough.Berliner.
O morning land /Phelps.Stanley ; Macdonough, duet.Berliner.
I can't tell why I love you but I do /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Good NightDudley Buck.Haydn Quartet.
Stop that knocking at the door /Winnermore.Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Nellie Dean :you're my heart's desire, I love you /[Harry Armstrong]Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.
The vacant chair (root).Hayden [i.e. Haydn] Quartet (male quartet with orchestra).
Monarch minstrels :first part, no 1.Georgia Minstrel Co.
Songs my mother used to sing :Introduction ; Believe me, if all those endearing young charms ; Last rose of summer /Smith.Corrine Morgan, contralto ; Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
The blue and the grey :[a mother's gift to her country] /[Paul Dresser, lyrics and music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
While The Leaves Came Drifting Down.Macdonough; Madeira.
When you come back and you will come back. There's the whole world waiting for you /Geo. M. Cohan.Raymond Dixon ; Orpheus Quartet.
Crucifix /Jean Faure. My faith looks up to thee / Palmer-Bassford.Harry Macdonough, tenor; Frank C. Stanley, bass with orchestra.
In the valley of Kentucky.Harry Macdonough.
When you wore a pinafore /[Madden] ; Morse.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
When The Frost Is On The PumpkinSterling; Von Tilzer.Harry Macdonough; Orchestra Accompaniment.
Jennie Lee /[Arthur Lamb, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Mr. Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Robin Adair /[Celtic air: Aileen Aroon ; C. Keppel, English lyrics].Samuel H. Dudley ; Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Two little girls loved one little boy /Bryan ; Mullen.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Haydn Quartet, orchestra accompaniment.
In the sweet bye and bye /[performed by] Macdonough & Bieling.Harry Macdonough, John Bieling, vocals.Berliner.
Ring the bell of heavens /Root.Haydn Quartet with Orchestra (Male Quartet).
The Jolly Blacksmiths.Haydn Quartet; With Anvil Effect.
The Farmyard Medley.The Haydn Quartette.
Tell mother I'll be there /Fillmore.Haydn Quartet.
Oh morning land /Phelps ; [performed by] Stanley and Macdonough with orchestra. God be with you till we meet again / Rankin, Tomer ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet with orchestra.[Side A] Stanley and Macdonough ; [Side B] Haydn Quartet.
Bonnie sweet Bessie.Haydn Quartet.
Red wing /[Kerry] Mills, music ; [Thurland Chattaway, lyrics].Dudley ; Macdonough, with quartet chorus and orchestra.Berliner.
When you come back (and you will come back, there's the whole world waiting for you) /Geo. M. Cohan.Raymond Dixon, tenor ; Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
Minstrels first part no. 3 :[Old black Joe] /[Stephen C. Foster, lyrics and music].Georgia Minstrel Co. ; Hooley, solo.Berliner.
The Holy City-part IiAdams.Harry Macdonough.
The Last Rose Of Summer Is The Sweetest Song Of AllSidney.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.
Kate Kearney /[J. Everett Fay, lyrics ; James B. Oliver, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
The lost chord /Adelaide Proctor, lyrics ; Arthur Sullivan, music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the shade of the palm /[Stuart].Harry Macdonough with orchestra accompaniment.
My wild Irish rose /Olcott.Haydn Quartet (male quartet).
The Sabbath Morn.Harry Macdonough; Organ Accompaniment.
In Zanzibar /Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music.Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
When I was a dreamer (and you were my dream) /Lewis, lyrics ; Little, lyrics ; van Alstyne, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
The birds /Septimus Winner pseudonym of Alice Hawthorne, lyrics and music.Harry Macdonough, tenor solo.Berliner.
Sweet thoughts of home /Edwards.Harry Macdonough.
Home to our mountains =[Ai nostri monti ritorneremo] /[G. Verdi].Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Blue bell /Morse. Teasing / Von Tilzer.Haydn Quartet, male quartet, with orchestra [Side A] ; Billy Murray, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra [Side B].
The new born king.Harry Macdonough.
Little Alabama coon ; Alabama coon /Hattie Starr, lyrics and music.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
It's tulip time in Holland :two lips are calling me /Dave Radford ; Richard A. Whiting.Harry Macdonough, with orchestra.
Where the River Shannon flows /Russel.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.
The wedding of the reuben and the maid.Harry Macdonough.
Nancy Brown /[Clifton Crawford].Sung by Harry Macdonough.
Only A Message From Home, Sweet Home.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Home again /August Barratt ; Sigmund Romberg, music ; Young, lyrics.Alice Green, soprano ; Lyric Quartet, mixed quartet with orchestra.Victor.
Blue bells of Scotland /[Anne MacVicar Grant, lyrics ; Dorothy Jordan, music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Red wing /Mills.Dudley ; Macdonough.
In the starlight /J.E. Carpenter, lyrics ; Stephen Glover, music.Dudley and Macdonough.Berliner.
Sun of My Soul /[Keble : Ritter].Haydn Quartet - S.H. Dudley, manager.
When the bees are in the hive /Mills.Haydn Quartet.
Laughing water /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Frederick W. Hager, music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
Stand up, stand up for Jesus /[George Duffield, lyrics ; George J. Webb, music].Church Choir.Berliner.
Thine Eyes So Blue And Tender.Harry Macdonough.
When Bob White Is Whistling In The MeadowRosenfeld.Harry Macdonough; Haydn Quartet.
Medley of plantation songs.American Quartet.Berliner.
Bring back my Bonnie to me, or, My Bonnie lies over the ocean /anonymous.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the shade of the old apple tree /[Harry H. Williams, lyrics ; Egbert van Alstyne, music].Harry Macdonough ; Haydn Quartet, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Where the sweet magnolias bloom /[Sterling ; Von Tilzer].Vocal duet by Macdonough and Madeira.
Forgotten.Harry Macdonough.
Blue bell medley :Starry night for a ramble ; Plain Mamie O'Hooley ; Blue bell /[Walter Hawley, lyrics ; Alfred Solman, music] ; [Edward Madden ; Dolly Morse ; Theodore F. Morse, lyrics and music] ; [Harry B. Smith, lyrics ; Ludwig Englander, music].Haydn Quartet, male quartet.Berliner.
For every boy who's lonely, there's a girl that's lonely too :from "Dr. de Luxe" /Hauerbach ; Hoschna.Harry Macdonough ; Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
Some day they're coming home again /Harry Hilbert.Harry Macdonough, tenor ; Orpheus Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
When the harvest days are over /Graham. While the leaves came drifting down / [Nevada].Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra [Side A] ; S.H. Dudley, baritone, and Harry Macdonough, tenor, with orchestra [Side B].
When you know you're not forgotten by the girl you can't forget /Helf ; [Gardenier] ; [performed by] Haydn Quartet.Haydn Quartet, vocals ; with orchestra [that is, instrumental ensemble].
The "merry widow" maxim's /Lehar.Harry Macdonough, tneor with orchestra.
An evening with the minstrels No. 2 :Minstrel ballad : My Creole Sue /[Gussie L. Davis].Minstrels.Berliner.
This Rose Brings My Heart To YouWood; Edwards.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
A trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Jesus lover of my soul /[C. Wesley, lyrics ; F. Abt, music].Trinity Choir.Berliner.
Then you'll remember me :Balfe's "Bohemian girl" /Balfe.Harry Macdonough, tenor.
Soldier's farewell /[J. Kinkel, lyrics and music].The Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
In the gloaming[, oh, my darling] /[Annie Fortescue Harrison, music ; M. Orred, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Some one thinks of some one /[Fisher] ; Gardnier [sic] ; Helf.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
Tell me pretty maiden /E. Boyd-Jones ; Paul Rubens, lyrics ; Leslie Stuart, music.Miss Spencer ; Mr. Macdonough.Berliner.
Sweetest girl in Dixie /[Adams ; O'Dea].Harry MacDonough.Edison.
My old Kentucky home /[Stephen C. Fosterwords and music].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Home to our mountains.Miss Morgan ; Mr. Macdonough.
Cornfield medley =['Way down yonder in the cornfield] /[Will D. Cobb, lyrics ; Gus Edwards, music].Edison Male Quartette.Edison.
Jesus Is CallingCrosby; Stebbins.Stanley; Macdonough; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Carry me back to old Virginny :plantation melody /James Bland.Orpheus Quartet.Berliner.
Miserere /S. Cammarano, libretto ; Giuseppe Verdi, music.Harry MacDonough.Berliner.
More and more /Elson ; Seifert.Orpheus Quartet.
The palms =[Les rameaux] /[Jean-Baptiste Faure, lyrics and music].Harry Macdonough.Berliner.
By The Watermelon VineLindy Lou.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestral Accompaniment.
Sweet and low, or, [That lullaby of long ago] /[Barnby, Sir Joseph, music ; Alfred Tennyson, lyrics].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Brink back my Bonnie to me.Haydn Quartet.
Honeymoon hall :from the "Pearl and the Pumpkin" /Bratton.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.
Trip to the county fair.Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Faded RoseRoma.Harry Macdonough; With Orchestra.
Rocked in the cradle of the deep /Knight.Edison Male Quartette.
Roses Bring Dreams Of YouIngraham.Haydn Quartet; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Temple bells :from New York Hippodrome production "Under many flags" /Klein.Lyric Quartet, with orchestra.
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