Recherche – Gramophone virtuel

Numéro d'OCLC
Vedette d'interprète
Burr, Henry.
Burr, Henry.
Henry Burr, tenor, [with orchestra].
Scots wha hae wi' Wallace bled / [words by] Burns.
Vedette de compositeur
Burns, Robert, 1759-1796.
Étiquette générique
Étiquette transcrite
Numéro d'album
Remarques sur l'enregistrement
Recorded Nov. 17, 1905.
Official song of the Scottish National Party (SNP).
Burns' poem "Robert Bruce's march to Bannockburn" set to the traditional Scottish tune, "Hey Tuttie Tatie."
Recorded on one side only.
Comments: Single sided disc; brown disc; sunken label; Victor Talking Machine Co. matrices, sales/use licence in Canada only, appears arcing as a double-line across top of label; HMV symbol on label; "His Master's Voice"; trademark; patented Feb. 24, 1897; "Awarded First Prize, Buffalo, St. Louis and Portland Expositions", appears arcing across bottom of label.
Comments: Additional information/information additionnelle: Melody based on air : "Hey tutti taitie".
Discographical reference: disc; The Encyclopedic Discography of Victor Recordings, take number, recording date; Sears Song Index, music source/lyricist.
Distributor: Berliner Gram-O-Phone Co. of Canada.
Issue type: primary label.
Other number: 2, copy 1; 2, copy 2.
Released: [ca. Feb 1906]
1 audio disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono ; 10 in.
National songs
Patriotic music
Songs, Scots
Folk songs, Scots.
Chansons folkloriques écossaises.
Hymnes nationaux
Musique patriotique
Chansons folkloriques écossaises.
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