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37 result(s) found for "Natus, Joe,1860-1917.".
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The sweetest flower that grows in Tennessee /[Evans].Joseph Natus.Berliner.
Like a star that falls from heaven /Arthur Lamb, lyrics ; Kerry Mills, music.Joseph Natus.Berliner.
Whoa Bill /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
I'll wed you in the golden summer time /[Alfred Bryan, lyrics ; Stanley Crawford, music].Mr. Joseph Natus.Berliner.
Back, back, back to the woods, or, [Back to the woods] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
I got mine /[John Queen, lyrics ; Charles Cartwell, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
The sweetest flower that grows in Tennessee /Evans.Joseph Natus, tenor.Berliner.
I'd still believe you true /[Paul Dresser, lyrics and music].Jos. Natus.Berliner.
Eyes of blue /["Alice", lyrics] ; [Andrew Mack, music].Joseph Natus.Berliner.
Waltzing with the girl you love /[George] Evans ; Ren Shields.Joseph Natus, tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
She rests by the Suwaunnee river [i.e. Suwanee river] /[Tony Stanford, lyrics and music].Mr. Natus.Berliner.
I got mine /[John Queen, lyrics ; Charles Cartwell, music].Collins and Natus.Berliner.
Like a star that falls from heaven /[Arthur Lamb, lyrics ; Kerry Mills, music].Joseph Natus, tenor solo.Berliner.
Always in the way.Joseph Natus, tenor.
The fatal rose of red /[Ed Gardinier, lyrics] ; [J. Fred Helf, music].Joseph Natus.Berliner.
The voice of the Hudson /[Dresser].Mr. Joseph Natus.Berliner.
I'll wed you in the golden summer time /[Alfred Bryan, lyrics ; Stanley Crawford, music].Mr. Joseph Natus.Berliner.
Only a dream of the golden past /[Alfred Bryan, lyrics ; Stanley Crawford, music].Joseph Natus.Berliner.
The boys are coming home today /[Paul Dresser].Joseph Natus.Berliner.
I got mine /[John Queen, lyrics ; Charles Cartwell, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
Tell me, dusky maiden /James Weldon Johnson ; Bob Cole, lyrics ; J. Rosamond Johnson, music.Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
Coon, coon, coon /[Gene Jefferson, lyrics ; Leo Friedman, music].Messers. Collins ; Natus ; [Vess Ossman, banjo].Berliner.
Whoa Bill /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
Tell me the way to go /Thurland Chattaway.Jos. Natus, baritone solo.Berliner.
Whoa! Bill /[George Totten Smith, lyrics] ; [Harry von Tilzer, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
Whoa Bill /[George Totten Smith, lyrics ; Harry von Tilzer, music].Messrs. Collins and Natus.Berliner.
Mr. Volunteer /Paul Dresser, lyrics and music.Joseph Natus, [balladeer].Berliner.
I'd still believe you true /[Paul Dresser, lyrics and music].Mr. Joseph Natus.Berliner.
The sweetest flower that grows in Tennessee /[Evans].Joseph Natus, tenor.Berliner.
On a Saturday night /[H. Simpson, lyrics ; Thomas Case Sterndale Bennett, music].Mr. Jos Natus.Berliner.
The man in the overalls, or, The man in the corduroys /Raymond A. Browne, lyrics and music.Joseph Natus.Berliner.
Back, back, back to the woods, or, [Back to the woods] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
Little Willie Twinkle.Mr. Jos. Natus.Berliner.
By gone [i.e. Bygone] days in Dixie /Shackford.Joseph Natus, tenor, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
I got mine /[John Queen, lyrics ; Charles Cartwell, music].Messrs. Collins and Natus.Berliner.
You'll always be the same sweet girl to me /[E.P. Moran, lyrics ; Maude Nugent, music].Joseph Natus.Berliner.
Always in the way /Charles K. Harris, lyrics and music.Joseph Natus.Berliner.
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