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Music » Records » Edison Diamond Disc Records » #50283 Premier Quartet: Circus Day in Dixie / Arthur C. Lighty: My Little Girl

#50283 Premier Quartet: Circus Day in Dixie / Arthur C. Lighty: My Little Girl

Item Category / Media Format: Edison Diamond Disc Records
Genre: Vocal
Artist: Premier Quartet
Label: Edison
In Stock:  1 Available
Item Price: $12.99





#50283 Premier Quartet: Circus Day in Dixie / Arthur C. Lighty: My Little Girl


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About the artist: The Premier Quartet

The American Quartet was a four-member vocal group that recorded for various companies in the United States between 1899 and 1925. The membership varied over the years, but the most famous line-up � comprising John Bieling (first tenor), Billy Murray (second tenor), Steve Porter (baritone), and William F. Hooley (bass) � recorded for the Victor Talking Machine Company from 1909 to 1913. The same group of singers also recorded for Edison Records as the Premier Quartet (or Quartette), and for that and other labels as the Premier American Quartet. From 1912 to 1914 the quartet also recorded with countertenor Will Oakland as the Heidelberg Quintet.

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