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|Artist||Track||Year||Comments||Images||Approx. start time|
|Rhythm Club (NL)||If I Had You||0:00:00 (Pop‑up)|
|Boswell Sisters and Red Nichols||California Medley (Part 1)||1932||0:02:43 (Pop‑up)|
|Henry Gerro||Gefilte Fish||1928||0:06:52 (Pop‑up)|
|Bo (Chatman) Carter||Corrine Corrina||1928||0:09:22 (Pop‑up)|
|Margaret Whiting||Little Girl Blue||1947||0:13:59 (Pop‑up)|
|Wilbur Sweatman||Darktown Strutters' Ball||1918||0:17:05 (Pop‑up)|
|Tito Schipa||Dalla Sua Place (Mozart - Don Giovanni)||1927||Tito Schipa (1889-1965) Famous Italian tenor, also composer. Had an extremely long singing carreer of 52 years.||0:19:51 (Pop‑up)|
|Zofia Terne||Juz Jestem Taka Glupia||1940||"It's Foolish But It's Fun" (Polish)||0:28:49 (Pop‑up)|
|Ab & Greetje Scholte||Drie Kleine Kleutertjes||1936||0:32:00 (Pop‑up)|
|Luis Mariano||Tu M' As Dit Je T' Aime (Besame Mucho)||1946||0:33:27 (Pop‑up)|
|Billie Holiday||I'll Get By||1937||0:37:20 (Pop‑up)|
|Nora Bayes||In Miami||1919||0:40:21 (Pop‑up)|
|Corinne Morgan & Frank C Stanley||Juanita||1905||
Corinne Morgan (1876 – 1942 or 1945) stage name of Corinne Welsh was contralto singer and recording pioneer.
Morgan mostly sang sentimental ballads and is best known for her duet recordings with Frank C. Stanley.
She is not known to have recorded after 1909, although she worked as a professional singer until at least 1919.
|Abe Schwartz's Klezmer Orchestra||Dem Rebens Tanz (Rabbi's Dance)||1929||0:46:39 (Pop‑up)|
|Linn Milford Hawaiians||Lay My Head Beneath A Rose||1929||(vocal - Al Bowlly)||0:49:57 (Pop‑up)|
|Gene Autry||Rheumatism Blues||1931||0:52:50 (Pop‑up)|
|Eddie South||Improvisation Sur Le Premier Mouvement...Bach||1937||Listener WR pointed out that the guitarist and violinist with South on this recording are Stéphane Grappelli and Django Reinhardt.||0:56:09 (Pop‑up)|
|Annie de Reuver||Zeg Wil Je Misschien Eens Even Naar Mijn Hartje Kijken||1953||
Annie de reuver 1917 - 2016 one of the most popular Dutch singers of the 40s and 50s,
had her own radio show in the 1970s,
performed until she was 90. In 2007 Rien Wolters published her biography: "Onverbloemd"
|Charles Daab (bells)||Alpine Rose||1910||1:01:18 (Pop‑up)|
|Ada Jones||Have You Seen My Henry Brown||1906||1:09:56 (Pop‑up)|
|Andrzej Bogucki||Oj Diridi||1934||Soundtrack ' Antek Policmajster '||1:12:49 (Pop‑up)|
|Walter Van Brunt||The Humoreske Song||1915||1:15:30 (Pop‑up)|
|Beryl Davis||It's A Hap Hap Happy Day||1940||1:18:59 (Pop‑up)|
|Ada Jones & Len Spence||Krausmeyer Taking The Census||1910||1:21:28 (Pop‑up)|
|Albert Bol||ELTA Vlieglied||1919||Albert Bolhuys (1879-1920) Dutch comedian-singer||1:23:35 (Pop‑up)|
|Clyde McCoy||Mr Wah Wah||1946||1:31:19 (Pop‑up)|
|Co Hagedoorn||De Man Met De Banjo||1950||(1921-2010) combined his singing career with his job as a sales manager at an envelope factory. A lot of people know his voice from the Dutch language leader of Ivan Hoe.||1:33:39 (Pop‑up)|
|Eddie Peabody||La Paloma (banjo mandoline solo)||1931||1:37:53 (Pop‑up)|
|Alessandro Bonci||A Te O Cara (Bellini - I Puritani)||1:43:56 (Pop‑up)|
|Carl Nebe Quartet||Liederperlen||1910||1:47:19 (Pop‑up)|
|Benny Goodman||Bach Goes To Town||1938||1:51:40 (Pop‑up)|
|Bert van Dongen||Eenmaal Moet Je Gaan Varen||1935||1:55:07 (Pop‑up)|
|Edison Grand Concert Band||Liberty Bell March||1896||1:58:59 (Pop‑up)|