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On 5/15/2014 4:33 PM, Mickey Clark wrote:
> Hello-I have digitized both sides of 1821-D it transferred ok - where do I
> send it?
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> From: "Erik Dix" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Sent: Thursday, May 15, 2014 7:03 AM
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Looking for some University of Notre Dame related 78rpm
>> Hello all!
>> I have a researcher who is looking for these recordings that involve
>> University of Notre Dame Glee Club or Marching Band members. We don't
>> have any of these in our archives. Any help or hints are greatly
>> "Columbia: 33343-F (matrix W147521, matrix W147522). 'Irish' marches with
>> vocal refrain: University of Notre Dame fight songs."11/20/1928 78 rpm
>> phonograph record. Columbia Phonograph Co., #1821-D in the Viva-Tonal
>> series. /The Victory March /and /Down the Line/, instrumental by
>> University of Notre Dame Orchestra with vocal refrain.
>> The Notre Dame Glee Club recorded two songs on April 9 1926 for *Victor
>> Talking Sound Co.: BVE-35299, Gounod's /Laudate Patrem/, and BVE-35300,
>> Vittoria's/Ave Maria./*//Victor's ledger notes say there were 11 first
>> tenors, 10 second tenors, 10 baritones and 8 basses made the recording,
>> with Jack Butler '28 performing the solo on /Ave Maria/. Victor's ledger
>> notes, which show that Victor never released the record, can be found
>> online at http://victor.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/.The
>> recording took three hours in the Victor studio in New York City.The
>> previous night their Park Lane Hotel concert had been broadcast live over
>> WNYC radio./Alumnus /magazine/, /1926, p. 212.
>> Notre Dame Scholastic/magazine, vol. 66, issue 11, p. 10 (*Dec. 16, 1932*)
>> reported that theGlee Club recorded *"Irish Backs" and "Notre Dame Our
>> Mother" for Sound Television Company*, and the recordings could be heard
>> and purchased in the Main Building on campus.
>> *1948-49.*10" disk, 78rpm.*Capitol Records #764./Victory March; Notre Dame
>> We Hail Th/*/ee./This earliest of the Pedtke-era commercial recordings, is
>> listed in a Capitol Records discography as Capitol #764, probably recorded
>> in early 1949: /see /http://www.78discography.com/Capitol500.htm
>> Thank you!
>> Erik Dix
>> Notre Dame Archives
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