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Title
Scanlan's swing song [Scanlan]
Creator
Scanlan, Wm. J. (William James), 1856-1898
Contributor
Gaskin, George J. voc
Date Created and/or Issued
[between 1890 and 1902]
Publication Information
[S.I.] : [S.n.]
Contributing Institution
UC Santa Barbara, Library, Department of Special Research Collections
Collection
Cylinder Audio Archive
Rights Information
copyright unknown
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Description
George J. Gaskin.
Brown wax cylinder.
Same performer recorded this title as "Columbia 4013." Possible pirate issue or independent recording company release.
Title and performer from announcement.
Also available online via the Internet.
Type
sound
Format
Electronic resource
Extent
1 cylinder (ca. 2 min.) : 144 rpm ; 2 1/4 x 4 in.
Identifier
(OCoLC)74495126
Language
English
Subject
Popular music--To 1901
Time Period
To 1901

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