Herbert Stuart / William Thomas - Daughters Of Erin / The Wearing Of The Green Scaricare
|1||–Herbert Stuart||Daughters Of Erin|
Lyrics By – Thomas Moore
|2||–William Thomas||The Wearing Of The Green|
Track A is to the tune of "Garryowen".
Side A: baritone solo, Orchestra accompaniment.
Side B: tenor solo, Orchestra accompaniment
"This record is sold under price maintenance contracts and upon condition that it shall not be re-sold in Canada for less than the price printed here-on."
Codici a barre
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 39709
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 28003
- Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company
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