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 Post subject: Any real good songs in this lot?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:40 am 
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Well it took longer than I thought it would but I finally cataloged the DD's I got a few weeks ago.

I would love to know if there is anything really cool in the lot. I am going to listen to every one but it will be a while. I want to know if any are real good songs to try out first..
:)

Here is the list of ones I have not heard yet..

Far from thee
Fare thee well

The guardmount patrol
The jolly coppersmith march

Tripoli
Moonlight in Mandalay

Ja da
In the land o’y amo yamo

Mickey
Kisses

Sweet Hawaiian moonlight 2
Silver bay 2

The only girl
Tickling love taps

Georgia rose
50891-R

My island of golden dreams
Bo la Bo

82315-r
82315-l

the trail of the lonesome pine
The international rag medley turkey trot

Maurice glide
I want to go back to Michigan

Goodbye my beloved goodbye
Calm as the night

There is a little bit of bad in every good little girl 2
Step with pep 2

Say it again
Alexanders band is back in Dixieland

Black and white rag 2
My little Persian rose medley 2

When you hear that raggy refrain
Just as your mother was

When Buddah smiles
April showers

Beautiful ohio rose
City of dreams

Music of love
Covered wagon days

Bow wow
Amorita

When I dream of old Erin
That’s an Irish lullaby

Ragtime at pun’kin center
Uncle Joshes birthday

Recollections of 1861
Loves old sweet song

Of thee I am thinking
My sunshine

Sleepy hollow
Home again blues

Hail hail the gangs all here
So long mother

Lu lu fado
Meadowbrook

Poor butterfly
The Missouri Waltz

When you come back and you will come back 2
Smile 2

Oh how Iwish I could sleep until my daddy comes home
When I come home to you

The vale of golden dreams
The midnight waltz

Poet and peasent 1
Poet and peasent 2

When you’re gone I wont forget
Whispering hope

When knighthood was in flower
Three o clock in the morning

Meditation
Rondo capriccio

The stars and stripes forever 2
Evening chimes in the mountains 2

Im in heaven when Im in my mothers arms
The love nest

Coral sands of my Hawaii
I still believe in you

Home again
Gentle annie

Serenade
Kathleen Mauverneen

When Im gone youll soon forget
Ole virginny days

American patrol
Boston commandery march

The birds and the brook
Forest whispers
Uncle josh keeps house
Uncle josh in the barbershop

Climbing up de golden stairs
Lullaby

Let bygons be bygons
In dreams my own

Hesitate me around bill
When youre all dressed up and nowhere to go

turkish patrol
Don juan overture

Carnival of venice
Believe me if all those endearing charms

Aloha oe
Fancy little Nancy

Genius Loci
Hearts and flowers

National emblem march
American fantise

Pickaninny rose
The bells of st marys

Have a heart waltzes
Have a heart one step

Where the sunset turns the ocans blue to gold 2
When you sung hushabye baby to me 2

Youre eyes have told me so
Nightengale song

Rock of ages
The holy city

Italian fantasia
Panama exposition

When the bees make honey
Eyes that say I love you

Cavatina
Humoresque

Glowworm
Garden of roses waltz

Where the river Shannon flows
Velma capriccio

Annamirl
D baum schneid

When the lights are low
Cradle song

That naughty waltz
So long oo long

Songs of other days 5
Songs of other days 6

Maritana overtore 1
Maritana overture 2

Kilauea
Tenth regiment march

K k k katy
Submarine attack

5459-c
bati bati o bel masetta

fourth of july patrol
Yankee doodle

Kathleen mavorneen 2
Southern melodies

Honey babe
Little pickaninny kid

Th messenger boy march
Blue danube waltz

Pretty kitty Kelly
Theres a typical tipperary over here

Ten little fingers and ten little toes
Plantation lllaby

Mountain maid
In our bungalow

South Russian folksong
The debutante

Love lifted me
No night there

I know what it means to be lonesome
Moonlight love

Die Meistersinger 1
Die Meistersinger 2

At peace with the world
In the middle of th night

Anchored 2
Land of the long ago 2

The opera at Pun kin center
Uncle josh in the cafeteria

Silver threads among the gold
Carnival of venice

Look for the silver lining
Make believe medley

If you cant sing the words you must whistle the tune
Im a lonesome melody
Ka maia o ka maoli
Palakiko blues

Dear old pal of mine
Massas in da cold cold ground

On the beach melody
Medley of the Hawaiian airs

Characteristic negro medley
the trial of Josiah brown

the volunteers march
the nations awakening march

where the river Shannon flows
when irish eyes are smiling

dixie melody 2
infantina march 2

loves little journey
two little love birds

faded love letters
ill take you home again, pal o mine

country days
at the circus

tiger rose waltzes
the royal vagabond selection

fantaisie impromptu
second mazurka

lagoon lullaby
Why don’t my dreams come true

The sands of sandy hook
Amazon

Im on the way to Dublin bay
When its moonlight in may
Largo
Scenes de la csarda

Kathleen mavourneen
Beautiful isle of somewhere

When I met you
Why did you come ino my life

La catrena tango
Hungarian rag

No sweeter then than now
50934-l

marching through Georgia
tramp tramp tramp

pilgrims song
ave maria

tancredi overture
carmen selection

the humoreske song
When the silvery Colorado wends its way

Waipio medley
Aloha oe waltz medley

The moon drops low
Toreador hola

Ah moon of my delight
When the silvery colorodo wends its way

Margie
In the heart of dear old Italy

The old rugged cross
Under his wings

Aloha
Dark Hawaiian eyes
Hawaiian smiles
Wailana waltz

Creole bells, soldiers in the park march
Hiawatha, laughing water

Sweet luana
Beautiful Hawaiian waltz

In the clock store descriptive
The nightingale and the frog

Lullaby
Come back to erin

Der tyroler und sein kind
Madle ruck ruck ruck

Aloha sunset land
When the corn is waiving

Polka de W.R.
Prelude in c sharp minor

Le regiment de sambre-et-meuse
Sabre and spurs march

Dream flowers waltz
Dance of the nightengales

Carry me back to old virginny
O promise me

Scherzo-valse
Romance in A

American eagle march
The new colonial march
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 Post subject: Re: Any real good songs in this lot?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:01 am 
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Creole Belles, Laughing Water, and Hiawatha are all great tunes, and there are many more in there, but I'll beed to make a list and edit this, because there are so many titles!
SOUSA, The March King, says:

"Your 'VICTOR' and 'MONARCH' Records are all right."


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 Post subject: Re: Any real good songs in this lot?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:04 am 
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Ooh, Thank you for the recommendations.. I will grab them and start enjoying this afternoon.

Kirk
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 Post subject: Re: Any real good songs in this lot?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 12:34 pm 
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Also Meadowbrook is a nice early raggy fox trot. Black and white rag is a very good genuine ragtime piece also. Sounds like a good lot of records. My rule of thumb is that if it says rag in the title, get it. Also, Mickey is interesting because it was written as the theme song to a 1918 silent comedy film of the same name starring Mabel Normand and produced by Mack Sennett, the guy who created the Keystone Kops. Ja Da is an early jazz song, and KkkKaty is a World War I classic, I would get that also.

Stephen


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 Post subject: Re: Any real good songs in this lot?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 12:46 pm 
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"Bo-la-Bo" is a good title, famously recorded for Columbia by Ted Lewis, but other versions available on BA and DD :


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 Post subject: Re: Any real good songs in this lot?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 1:57 pm 
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Pola de WR/Prelude in c#m is played by Sergei Rachmaninoff. The Prelude is one of his best known solo piano works.

There are other goodies, including a few German series and some worthwhile classical.

You can look up the "missing" items in the DD spreadsheet available on truesoundtransfers.de.


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 Post subject: Re: Any real good songs in this lot?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:59 pm 
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LOOKS AS IF YOU HAVE A VERY NICE ASSORTMENT, LIGHT ON THE HYMN TUNES. These are some I know from hearing- violin and piano solos are always nice to have - Albert Spaulding was a top class violinist.

the trail of the lonesome pine
The international rag medley turkey trot

Black and white rag 2
My little Persian rose medley 2

When you hear that raggy refrain
Just as your mother was




Ragtime at pun’kin center
Uncle Joshes birthday


Lu lu fado
Meadowbrook






Meditation
Rondo capriccio



American patrol
Boston commandery march


Uncle josh keeps house
Uncle josh in the barbershop

Climbing up de golden stairs
Lullaby



Hesitate me around bill
When youre all dressed up and nowhere to go



National emblem march
American fantise



Cavatina
Humoresque


That naughty waltz
So long oo long



K k k katy BILLY MURRAY WITH A QUARTETTE
Submarine attack FUNNY




South Russian folksong
The debutante THIS SHOULD BE CORNET VIRTUOSO HERBERT L. CLARKE




The opera at Pun kin center
Uncle josh in the cafeteria






fantaisie impromptu
second mazurka



La catrena tango
Hungarian rag








Polka de W.R.
Prelude in c sharp minor

Le regiment de sambre-et-meuse
Sabre and spurs march


Scherzo-valse
Romance in A


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 Post subject: Re: Any real good songs in this lot?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:22 pm 
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Thanks everyone!
One of you said to pick them up but I already own them all. I am going to need more coffee for all these, lol...

:)
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 Post subject: Re: Any real good songs in this lot?
PostPosted: Sat Dec 30, 2017 9:29 pm 
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OldRestorer wrote:
Thanks everyone!
One of you said to pick them up but I already own them all. I am going to need more coffee for all these, lol...

:)


Lol, I should probably have read your original post more closely.

Stephen


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 Post subject: Re: Any real good songs in this lot?
PostPosted: Sun Dec 31, 2017 1:47 am 
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There are definitely some good selections in that lot, popular, semi-classical and classical. Enjoy them!

Bill


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