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I'll be your rainbow, or, I'll be your rain-beau /Ed Gardinier, lyrics ; J. Fred Helf, music.Robert Price.Berliner.
Some One Thinks Of Some OneGardnier; Heit.Stanley; Macdonough; With Orchestra.Berliner.
Meet Me Sweet Kathleen In Honeysuckle TimeJ Fred Helf.Orchestra Accompaniment; Henry Burr.
Tobie, I kind o' likes you /Will A. Heelan ; J. Fred Helf, lyrics and music.Silas Leachman.Berliner.
Some one thinks of some one /Helf.Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].Edison.
As long as the shamrock grows green /Brockman ; Osborne. A wee little drop o' the Cruiskeen lawn / Moran ; Helf.Side 1: Walter J. Van Brunt with orchestra ; side 2: Peerless Quartet with orchestra.
I'll be your rainbeau, or, I'll be your rain-beau /Ed Gardinier, lyrics ; J. Fred Helf, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Where the ivy's clinging, dearie, 'round an old oak tree /J. Fred Helf ; Robert F. Roden. When the sheep are in the fold, Jennie dear / J. Fred Helf ; C.M. Dennison.Haydn Quartet (side A), Manuel Romain (side B).
Medley of waltz songs :Smarty ; Be smart to me kid ; The girl who threw me down ; When it's moonlight, Mary darling, 'neath the old grape arbor shade /[Jack Norworth, lyrics ; Albert von Tilzer, music] ; [Benjamin Hapgood Burt, lyrics ; Albert Gumble, music] ; [Bartley Costello, lyrics ; J. Fred Helf, music].Victor Dance Orchestra.Berliner.
Every race has a flag but the coon /[Will A. Heelan ; J. Fred Helf, lyrics and music].Arthur Collins.Berliner.
When the violets bloom, violet /[Helf, music] ; [Robt, lyrics].[Irving Gillette], tenor.Edison.
Captain Baby Bunting of the Rocking Horse Brigade /Ed Gardinier ; Will Cobb, lyrics ; Fred Helf, music.Byron G. Harlan, tenor solo.Berliner.
That's what the Germans sang /[Heelan, lyrics] ; [Helf, music].Dan W. Quinn.His Master's Voice.
Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire, Molly? /J. Fred Helf.Columbia Quartette.
Flanagan on a Broadway car /Steve Porter. I think I see my brother coming now / Moran, Helf.Steve Porter with orchestra [side a] and Arthur Collins with orchestra [side b].
'Neath the old acorn tree, sweet Estelle /Helf.Harry Macdonough, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra.
When the bluebirds nest again, sweet Nellie Gray /Costello and Helf.Columbia Quartette; [Henry Burr].Columbia
When the whip-poor-will sings Marguerite /Helf.Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr].Edison.
Is there any room in Heaven for a little girl like me /C.M. Denison, lyrics ; J. Fred Helf, music.Harlan.Berliner.
Longing for you /Theodore F. Morse. If you've won the only one in all the world you want to win / J. Fred. Helf.Vocals by Byron G. Harlan ; with orchestra (side A) ; vocals by Henry Burr ; with orchestra (side B).Columbia
Under the mistletoe bough /[Will A. Heelan ; J. Fred Helf, lyrics and music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
The fatal rose of red /[Ed Gardinier, lyrics] ; [J. Fred Helf, music].Joseph Natus.Berliner.
My Love Would Fill A Thousand HeartsFred Helf.Manuel Romain; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia
Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire, Molly? /[Helf and Roden].Columbia Quartette.Columbia.
Ain't you coming back to old New Hampshire, Molly? /Robert F. Rodin, lyrics ; J. Fred Helf, music.Macdonough and orchestra.Berliner.
A bit o' blarney /[Will Heelan ; J. Fred Helf, lyrics and music].Billy Murray.Berliner.
When the sheep are in the fold, Jennie dear /[Helf ; Denison].Columbia Quartette.Columbia.
New tipperary march.John J. Kimmel.Indestructible Record
Mamma's boy /Helf.Byron G. Harlan, tenor, with orchestra accompaniment.
If You've Won The Only One In All The World You Want To WimJ Fred Helf.Henry Burr; Orchestra Accompaniment.
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].
Some one thinks of some one /[Fisher] ; Gardnier [sic] ; Helf.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
Meet me sweet Kathleen in honeysuckle time /J. Fred Helf, music ; Robert F. Roden, lyrics.Columbia Quartette, vocal quartette.Columbia
I'll be your rainbow, or, I'll be your rain-beau /Ed Gardinier, lyrics ; J. Fred Helf, music.George W. Johnson.Berliner.
Rose of the glen /Costello ; Helf, [J. Fred?].Manuel Romain, counter-tenor with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia.
Winter song /F.F. Bullard. Meet me sweet Kathleen in honeysuckle time / J. Fred Helf.Vocals by Columbia Quartette (side A) ; vocals by Henry Burr (side B).Columbia
That's what the Germans sang /[Will A. Heelan ; J. Fred Helf, lyrics and music].Wilson Brothers.Berliner.
If you've won the only one in all the world you want to win /J. Fred Helf, music ; [Ed Gardenier, lyrics].Henry Burr, tenor solo with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Under the mistletoe bough /Will A. Heelan ; J. Fred Helf, lyrics and music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Somebody that I know and you know too /Helf.Arthur C. Clough.Berliner.
I lost my heart when I saw your eyes /Helf ; Hager.Harry Macdonough, tenor, and Haydn Quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
Under the mistletoe bough /[Will A. Heelan ; J. Fred Helf, lyrics and music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Every race has a flag but the coon /[Will A. Heelan ; J. Fred Helf, lyrics and music].Arthur Collins.Berliner.
When the whip-poor-will sings Marguerite /[Denison] ; Helf.[Frank C.] Stanley, [bass], and [Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], with orchestra.
When summer tells autumn good bye /Helf.Stanley and MacDonough, duet, with orchestra.
When the whip-poor-will sings Marguerite /[Helf].[Irving Gillette], tenor.Edison.
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