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Bedelia /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Arthur Collins with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
Hamlet was a melancholy dane /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Honey on our honeymoon /Schwartz, music ; [Jerome, lyrics].Henry Burr, tenor solo with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
I'm unlucky /[Schwartz, music ; Jerome, lyrics].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town, or, I don't like them minstrel folks /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.George W. Johnson.Berliner.
A Little Bunch Of ShamrocksHarry Von Tilzer.Edgar Stoddard; Henry Burr; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia
I'm simply crazy over you /Goetz, lyrics ; Jerome, lyrics ; Schwartz, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.George W. Johnson.Berliner.
A rainbow from the U.S.A. /Percy Wenrich, music ; [William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Jack Mahoney, lyrics].Peerless Quartet with orchestra accompaniment.Brunswick.
Bedelia /[Jean Schwartz, music] ; [William Jerome].Haydn Quartet.Berliner.
Mr. Dooley /[William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Jean Schwartz, music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
A rainbow from the U.S.A. /Mahoney ; Jerome, [William] ; Wenrich.Peerless Quartette with orchestra accompaniment.Okeh.
We won't go home until morning /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Mr. Dan. W. Quinn.Berliner.
Any old place I can hang my hat is home, sweet home to me /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Burt Shepard.Berliner.
Mr. Dooley, or, [Mister Dooley] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Back, back, back to the woods, or, [Back to the woods] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man /[William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Jean Schwartz, music].Daniel W. Quinn.Berliner.
I'm on my way to Reno /Jerome and Schwartz. Oh you blondy / Ed Edwards.Fred Duprez, baritone solo with orchestra accompaniment [side a]; Miss Ada Jones, soprano solo with orchestra accompaniment [side b].Columbia
Bedelia /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Arthur Pryor's Band with chorus.Berliner.
Mother hasn't spoke to father since /Jerome ; Schwartz.Billy Murray, [tenor], with orchestra.
Mammy's Good-night LullabyJerome; Von Tilzer.Hart; Shaw; With Orchestra.
Where the red, red roses grow /Wm Jerome ; Jean Schwartz.Helen Clark ; Walter J. Van Brunt.Berliner.
Mammy's good-night lullaby /Jerome, lyrics ; Von Tilzer, music.Crescent Trio, male trio with orchestra.Berliner.
Ring, ting-a-ling :[from "Over the river" /Jean Schwartz, music ; [William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Grant Clarke, lyrics].Ada Jones, soprano solo with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Bedelia, everybody is singing it /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music ; Bellstedt, arr.].Haydn Quatuor.Berliner.
Mr. Dooley, or, [Mister Dooley] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Row, row, rowMonaco, James V.Arthur Collins.Columbia
Did he run /Albert Von Tilzer ; Junie McCree. I'm a member of the midnight crew / Jean Schwartz ; William Jerome.Peerless Quartet, Ed Morton.
I love you just like Lincoln loved the old red, white and blue /Jean Schwartz.Peerless Quartet.Edison.
Sweet Kentucky lady, dry your eyes /Hirsch. When you wore a tulip and I wore a big red rose / Wenrich.Frank Coombs and Ernest Aldwell, tenor duet with orchestra accompaniment (1st work) ; Columbia Stellar Quartette, vocal quartette, male voices (2nd work).Columbia
Mister Dooley, or, Mr. Dooley /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.George W. Johnson.Berliner.
My Irish Molly-O /Jean Schwartz, music ; Willam Jerome, lyrics.Arthur Collins, with orchestra accompaniment.Berliner.
In blinky, winky, chinky, Chinatown /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Peerless Quartet, male chorus with orchestra.Victor.
Honey On Our HoneymoonSchwartz.Henry Burr; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia
Sweet Kentucky lady (dry your eyes) /Wm. Jerome, lyrics ; Louis A. Hirsch, music.Harry Macdonough, tenor with orchestra.Victor.
Back home in Tennessee /Donaldson ; sung by Collins and Harlan. I'm all alone / Herman, Fox ; sung by Ethel Costello, Henry Burr.Arthur Collins, baritone and Byron G. Harlan, tenor (as Collins and Harlan) (Side A) ; Ethel Costello, soprano (Side B) ; Henry Burr, tenor (Side B).Columbia.
That old Irish mother of mine /Jerome ; Von Tilzer.Sterling Trio, male trio with orchestra.Berliner.
I'm unlucky /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.George W. Johnson.Berliner.
Mammy's good-night lullaby /WM. Jerome ; Harry Von Tilzer.Hart ; Shaw, with orch.
Mr. Dooley, or, [Mister Dooley] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Who who who Hulahan, or, Who-who-Hulahan /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
I'm tired /[Jean Schwartz, music ; William Jerome, lyrics].W. Wilson Hallett.Berliner.
Love me at twilight /Jerome, lyrics ; Young, lyrics ; Grant, music.Herbert Stuart, baritone with orchestra.Victor.
That old Irish mother of mine /Wm. Jerome ; Harry Von Tilzer.Sterling Trio.
Hamlet was a melancholy Dane /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Sweet Kentucky Lady, Dry Your EyesHirsch.Frank Coombs; Ernest Aldwell.Columbia
Honey on our honeymoon /Schwartz ; sung by Henry Burr. I've got rings on my fingers : (or Mumbo, jumbo, jijjiboo J. O'Shea) from "The Midnight sons" / Scott ; sung by Ada Jones.Henry Burr, tenor solo with orchestra accomp. [side a]; Ada Jones, soprano solo with orchestra accomp. [side b].Columbia
Back Home In TennesseeDonaldson.Collins; Harlan; Orchestra Accompaniment.Columbia.
Bedelia /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Arthur Pryor's Band.Berliner.
A little bunch of shamrocks /Harry Von Tilzer ; sung by Edgar Stoddard and Henry Burr. The trail of the lonesome pine / Harry Carroll ; sung by Albert Campbell and Henry Burr.Side A: Baritone and tenor duet by Edgar Stoddard and Henry Burr, with orchestra accompaniment ; Side B: Tenor duet by Albert Campbell and Henry Burr, with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
Over the hills and far away /Jerome ; Schwartz.[Harry] Macdonough, [tenor], and [John H.] Bieling, [tenor], with orchestra.
Nursery rhymes /[Jerome, lyrics] ; [Schwartz, music].Mr. Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Bedelia /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Arthur Collins.Berliner.
Back, back, back to the woods, or, [Back to the woods] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Collins ; Natus.Berliner.
Any old place I can hang my hat is home, sweet home to me /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Burt Shepard.Berliner.
I'm unlucky /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
The gambling man /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Arthur Collins.Berliner.
Down at the huskin' bee /Monroe H. Rosenfeld ; Stephen R. Henry ; the hat my father wore on St. Patrick's Day / Jean Schwartz ; William Jerome.Collins and Harlan, Haydn Quartet ; Billy Murray.
A little bunch of shamrocks /Harry Von Tilzer, music ; [William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Andrew B. Sterling, lyrics].Edgar Stoddard, baritone ; Henry Burr, tenor, duet with orchestra accompaniment.Columbia
When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town /[William Jerome, lyrics] ; [Jean Schwartz, music].Mr. Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
A rainbow from the U.S.A. /Mahoney, lyrics ; Jerome, lyrics ; Wenrich, music.Peerless Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Berliner.
Who who who Hulahan /William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music.Dan W. Quinn.Berliner.
Where the red, red roses grow /Jean Schwartz ; [William Jerome] ; the land of my best girl / Carroll ; [Ballard MacDonald].Peerless Quartette (side A) ; Charles W. Harrison (side B).Columbia.
A rainbow from the U.S.A. /Mahoney, lyrics ; Jerome, lyrics ; Wenrich, music.Peerless Quartet, male quartet with orchestra.Victor.
I'd do as much for you /Harry Von Tilzer ; [William Jerome]. Everybody loves a chicken / Jones.Ada Jones; Walter Van Brunt (side A) ; Peerless Quartette (side B).Columbia
Good-bye, boys eHarry Von Tilzer.Peerless Quartette.Columbia
When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town, or, [I don't like them minstrel folks] /[William Jerome, lyrics ; Jean Schwartz, music].Mr. Dan. W. Quinn.Berliner.
Molly on a trolley /Jerome, lyrics ; Schwartz, music.Billy Jones, with orchestra.Berliner.
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