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Amicus No.:    31385056
Performer Heading:    Jarvis, Harold (Harold Augustus), 1864-1924 
Performer:    Harold Jarvis, tenor with orchestra
Title:    O Canada : Canadian national hymn [sound recording] / [A.B. Routhier, lyrics] ; [Acton, Jas, transl.] ; [Calixa] Lavallée, music
Composer Heading:    Routhier, A. B.;  Lavallée, Calixa,;  Acton, Jas 
Generic Label:    Berliner
Transcribed Label:    Victor
Numbers:    Issue no.: 5517 
   Miscellaneous no.: 2
Notes:    Distributor: Berliner Gram-O-Phone Co. of Canada., Montréal
   Manufacturer: Berliner Gram-O-Phone Co. of Canada, Québec (Province)
   Recorded: Camden, NJ, Victor Talking Machine
   Released: [ca. 1 May 1908]
   Issue Type: primary label
   Comments: Single sided disc; brown disc; sunken label; Victor Talking Machine Co. matrices, sales/use licence in Canada only, appears arcing as a double-line across top of label; HMV symbol on label; "His Master's Voice"; patented Feb. 24, 1897; "Awarded First Prize, Buffalo, St. Louis and Portland Expositions", appears arcing across bottom of label; patent sticker on reverse. Title of Acton's translation : O Canada, beloved fatherland, copyrighted 1907, by The Home Journal, Toronto.
   Discographical reference: disc; Encyclopedia of Music in Canada, 1992, composer/lyricist
Physical Description:    1 sound disc : 78 rpm, monaural ; 10 inch
Genre:    Anthems ; Patriotic songs; Chansons patriotiques
Location:    78/10 20,342 78/10 2
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