Brown wax home recording of speech by F. L. Embree and Mrs. Bond, and man singing and reciting The owl and the pussycat.

Performers: Frank Lawrence Embree; Mrs. Bond.

Release year: between 1890 and 1928.

Notes: Brown wax cylinder. List accompanying cylinder case: -70 Mrs. Bond & the Owl and the Pussy Cat went to sea.- Speech beginning: -How d-ye do, Mister Graphophone. Very nice of you to have talked to Mrs. Bond and Mrs. Harris as well as you have this morning, and I-m very much obliged to you,- etc. Speech by Mrs. Bond. Man sings, whistles, and recites -The Owl and the Pussycat,- followed by: -Running stream, babbling brook, girl in a hammock reading a book, along comes a man with a big moustache and the girl in the hammock makes the ma-?-

Language: Sung in English.

Collection: The David Giovannoni Collection of home cylinder recordings Frank Lawrence Embree Collection, Set Number: 294-32, Originally acquired: The Musical Wonder House Collection, 2011.

Personal Name: Embree, Frank Lawrence,

Genre: Personal recordings.

Original Item Information: Cylinder 13293—Special Coll., Performing Arts


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