Arthur Pryor's Band (with whistling by Harry Mcdonough and Dudley Rous) plays Arthur Pryor's own composition "The Whistler and His Dog" on Victor batwing label record 17380-A, played on an EMG Mark IX gramophone with a Meltrope III soundbox and a Burmese Colour Needle. Acoustically recorded June 18, 1913 in Camden, New Jersey.
American beauty march.
New colonial march Sound Recording Popular music. 1 10" disc recording. Duration: 149. Includes Arthur Pryor's Band, Robert Browne Hall. Recorded 1907, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Contributor: Arthur Pryor's Band - Robert Browne Hall.
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Composed By – Hall*