[78-L] Manhattan Record 5701

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Sat Apr 18 10:16:32 PDT 2015

That Gillmore's Band number is for a cylinder.(32064)..The disc version
would have a different number and would not be by Gillmore's Band (more
likely by Columbia Orchestra, Columbia Band, Band, Band Espana, etc)..5701
may also be the 12" Columbia disc serial number...you could look it up in
the Columbia discography (I don't own it!..)

On Sat, Apr 18, 2015 at 8:53 AM, Ray Kilcoyne <kil at roadrunner.com.invalid>

> It might be Gilmore's Band.  They recorded DANCE OF THE HOURS on Columbia
> 32064, released @ April 1903.
> I guess Gilmore's Band continued on after the death of Patrick Gilmore in
> 1892.
> RayK
> >
> From: zimrec at juno.com
> I have 12-inch, single-sided Manhattan Record 5701 - Dance of the Hours
> from
> "La Gioconda" with artist credit simply as "Band."  This is, typical of
> Manhattan, a paste on label on a Columbia  master.  I cannot find a listing
> for it, although I expected that it should have been in the database.  It
> is
> obviously quite early, probably pre-1910.  It is likely that the band's
> name
> was not credited on the original Columbia, but can anyone provide an
> approximate recording date? Art
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