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Title
Zenda waltzes
Creator
Witmark, Frank M
Contributor
Columbia Orchestra
Date Created and/or Issued
1896-1900
Contributing Institution
UC Santa Barbara, Library, Department of Special Research Collections
Collection
Cylinder Audio Archive
Rights Information
copyright unknown
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Description
Columbia Phonograph Co.: 15077.
Brown wax cylinder.
Title and performer from announcement.
Instrumental selection by the Columbia Orchestra.
Also available online via the Internet.
Year of release and performer information from Two-minute brown wax and XP cylinder records of the Columbia Phonograph Company / Kenneth M. Lorenz, 1981.
John Levin collection.
Type
sound
Format
Audio
Audio cylinder
Electronic resource
Extent
1 audio cylinder (ca. 2 min.) : 120 rpm ; 2 1/4 x 4 in.
Identifier
(OCoLC)915845031
Language
No linguistic content
Subject
Waltzes (Music)

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