Henry Burr and the Peerless Quartet, about 1923. From left to right: John H. Meyer, Burr, Frank Croxton, Albert Campbell. Emboldened by Campanari's endorsement, McClaskey ventured to New York in 1902, where he began lessons and sang with the Grace Methodist Episcopal Church choir. He eventually rose to tenor soloist for the choir . I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles". American Record Company. There's a Little Blue Star in the Window (and It Means All the World to Me)".
Performer: Albert Campbell; Henry Burr Writer: Lewis Dillon; A. Von Tilzer. Duet for Two Tenors with orchestra. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mm truncated conical, . mm truncated conical. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 17810A Catalog number: 17810-A. Sheet music courtesy of digitalcommons.
Redirected from Albert C. Campbell). Albert Charles Campbell (August 19, 1872 – January 25, 1947) was an American popular music singer who recorded between the late 1890s and the 1920s. He was best known for his many duo recordings with Henry Burr, and as a member of the Peerless Quartet and other vocal groups, but also recorded successfully as a solo singer both under his own name and under various pseudonyms including Frank Howard.
I Was a Good Little Girl 'till I Met You - Clarice Mayne. Arthur Collins & Byron G Harlan - The Aba Daba Honeymoon. Arthur Collins & Byron G Harlan - I Love the Ladies. Don't Blame it All on Broadway - Peerless Quartet. Are We Downhearted? No! - Harrison Latimer. Amor Mio (My Love) - Enrico Caruso. The Good Ship Mary Ann - Nora Bayes.
There was a little girl, And she had a little curl Right in the middle of her forehead. When she was good She was very, very good, And when she was bad she was horrid. One day she went upstairs, When her parents, unawares, In the kitchen were occupied with meals, And she stood upon her head In her little trundle-bed, And then began hooraying with her heels. Her mother heard the noise, And she thought it was the boys A-playing at a combat in the attic; But when she climbed the stair, And found Jemima there, She took and she did spank her most emphatic.
For Your Country and My Country. On 1915: They'd Sooner Sleep on Thistles (2007). On Over There! (2011): Au Revoir but Not Goodbye Soldier Boy. I May Be Gone for a Long Long Time. I'm Gonna Pin My Medal on the Girl I Left Behind. On Come Along to Toy Town, The Monkey-Man (1918): Come Along to Toy Town. Artist information: Disbanded. Also known as: Granville Quartette, The Peerless Quartet, Peerless Quartette.
A hit for Henry Burr and Albert Campbell (in a duet version) in February 1916. Written by Maurice Abrahams and Lew Brown and Edgar Leslie. Recorded December 10, 1915. The personnel on this recording are: Henry Burr (lead tenor) Arthur Collins (baritone) John H. Meyer (bass) Albert Campbell (tenor) Walter B. Rogers (conductor). Смотреть видео Peerless Quartet - Is There Still Room for Me 'Neath the Old Apple Tree (1915) на ВТренде бесплатно. 17, 614. 174 1 CatsPjamas1 8 год.