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Henry Burr, Harry Macdonough And His Orchestra - 16031 - B - (Used - Condition 60-65%)
Henry Burr, Harry Macdonough And His Orchestra - 16031 - B - (Used - Condition 60-65%)
Henry Burr, Harry Macdonough And His Orchestra - 16031 - B - (Used - Condition 60-65%)
Henry Burr, Harry Macdonough And His Orchestra - 16031 - B - (Used - Condition 60-65%)
Henry Burr, Harry Macdonough And His Orchestra - 16031 - B - (Used - Condition 60-65%)
Henry Burr, Harry Macdonough And His Orchestra - 16031 - B - (Used - Condition 60-65%)
Henry Burr, Harry Macdonough And His Orchestra - 16031 - B - (Used - Condition 60-65%)
Henry Burr, Harry Macdonough And His Orchestra - 16031 - B - (Used - Condition 60-65%)
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Henry Burr, Harry Macdonough And His Orchestra - 16031 - B - (Used - Condition 60-65%)
Henry Burr (January 15, 1882 – April 6, 1941) was a Canadian singer of popular songs in the early 20th century, an early radio performer and producer. He was born Harry Haley McClaskey and used Henry Burr as one of his many pseudonyms, in addition to Irving Gillette, Henry Gillette, Alfred Alexander, Robert Rice, Carl Ely, Harry Barr, Frank Knapp, Al King, and Shamus McClaskey. He was one of the first singers to make popular acoustic recordings and one of the most prolific recording artists of all time, with more than 12,000 recordings by his own estimate. A tenor, he performed as a soloist and also in duets, trios and quartets. His most famous collaboration was the Peerless Quartet. ohn Scantlebury.John  Scantlebury Macdonald (May 30, 1871 – September 26, 1931) was a Canadian singer and recording executive. Under the pseudonym Harry Macdonough, he was one of the most prolific and popular tenors during the formative years of recorded music. Macdonald was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. His earliest recorded performances were for the Michigan Electric Company in Detroit, which made phonograph cylinders for penny arcades. He caught the attention of Edison Records with a demo recording he made in October 1898, and began recording for Edison in The Haydn Quartet. From 1899 until his retirement in 1920, he recorded hundreds of songs both as a soloist and in ensembles.During the 1900s Macdonald took a job with the Victor Talking Machine Company, becoming assistant manager and later manager of its New York studio. As studio manager he oversaw the studio schedule, as well as negotiating contracts with artists and music publishers. Macdonald rose rapidly at Victor, becoming its national sales manager in 1920 and manager of artists and repertoire in 1923. He moved to Columbia Records in 1925 and oversaw the technical development of its studios until his death.
Record Details
TitleHenry Burr, Harry Macdonough And His Orchestra - 16031 - B - (Used - Condition 60-65%)
ArtistHenry Burr & Harry Macdonough
InstrumentsOrchestra
GenreWestern Classical (Instrumrntal)
LanguageEnglish
LabelVictor
Made InU.S.A
ManufactureVictor Talking Machine Co. Camden N.J.
Serial No.16031 - B
Side One
  • If You'll Remember Me
 
Side Two
  • Just To Remind You
 
Specification
Size10Inches
Speed78 RPM
Record Condtion60-65%
Cover ConditionExcellent

 

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Artist
Artist - 1Henry Burr
Artist - 2Harry Macdonough
Instruments
Instrument - 1Orchestra
Record Details
GenreWestern Classical (Instrumental)
LabelHMV
LanguageEnglish
Size10 Inches
Speed78 RPM
Songs
Side1 - Song1If You'll Remember Me
Side2 - Song1Just To Remind You