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English: Performer: John F. Burckhardt (* 19 century)

Vocal range: Instrumental
Title/Work: Annie Laurie (Home Sweet Home)
Content: Bells, orchestra accompaniment
Composer: Lady John Scott (Alicia Ann Spottiswoode) (1810-1900)
Lyricist: John Howard Payne (1791-1852)
Genre: Pop music 1900s
Recording date: 1909

Release date: 1909
Date 14 June 2012
Source PD:RAKO-EBAC-00001
Author MP3: University of California, Santa Barbara Library

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Label Edison Records (Edison Blue Amberol Records)
Cylinder type Edison Blue Amberol
Cylinder no. BA 1760
1st issue no. WA 327
Matrix/StamperID The Edison Phonograph Monthly, v.11 (1913)
1st issue released 1909
Reissue released November 1913
1st issue recorded 1909
Reissue recorded 1913
Cutout date unknown
Place of recording West Orange, New Jersey (United States)
Description CYLINDERS
Author(s)/Composer(s) Lady John Scott (Alicia Ann Spottiswoode) (1810-1900)
Lyricist(s) John Howard Payne (1791-1852)
Music arranger(s) Sinclair Dunn (* 19 century)
Conductor(s) none
Performer(s) John F. Burckhardt (* 19 century)
Vocal range Instrumental
Title/Work Annie Laurie (Home Sweet Home)
Content Bells, orchestra accompaniment
Genre(s) Pop music 1900s
Ogg (Vorbis/Theora) Ogg
PD CH 1 January 1971
PD EU 1 January 1980
PD USA 1 January 1971
PD INT 1 January 2001

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