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Oxford

Numerical listing, #1000-2000, made by Columbia and Zonophone for Sears, Roebuck and Company

note: do not interpolate the Zonophone release dates to determine Columbia dates. Depending on the disc size and take number, the Columbia pressings could have been recorded anywhere from 1901 to early 1916.




Cat# Artist: Title: MX Xref: Size: Date: Comp:
1003 STEVENSON & MACDONOUGH THE CAVALIER FROM "THE Merry WIDOW" - Zono 10" - -
1005 ALICE C. STEVENSON THE GIRLS AT MAXIM'S FROM "THE MERRY WIDOW" - Zono 10" - -
1009 Zonophone Orchestra Chiquita, Serenade - Zono 10" Apr 1908 -
1011 Zonophone Orchestra Skip, Schottische 8425 Zono 10" Apr 1908 -
1014 baritone In the City of Sighs and Tears - Col. 7" - -
1014 Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan Come On and Kiss Your Baby - Zono 10" - -
1015 {Columbia} band CHARIOT RACE MARCH - Col. 10" - -
1030 Billy Murray I'm Afraid to Come Home in the Dark 8529 Zono 10" - -
1038 Zonophone Concert Band Cotton, a Southern Breakdown 8555 Zono 10" May 1908 Albert Von Tilzer
1041 Zonophone Orchestra Luna Waltz - Zono 10" May 1908 Paul Lincke "Luna Lady"
1044 Zonophone Orchestra Original Reels - Zono 10" May 1908 -
1050 J. W. Myers Could You Be True to Eyes of Blue if You Looked Into Eyes of Brown? - Col 7" - -
1051 BILLY MURRAY I'm Looking for the Man Who Wrote the Merry Widow Waltz - - 10" - -
1052 Ada Jones and Len Spencer Jimmie and Maggie at "The Merry Widow" - Zono 10" - -
1053 baritone Behind the Clouds the Sun Is Ever Shining - Col 7" - -
1056 Rambler Minstrels #8 8585 Zono 10" - -
1057 Arthur Collins Down Where The Wurzburger Flows - - 7" - -
1060 Frank C. Stanley A Warrior Bold 8520 Zono 10" - -
1070 Zonophone Orchestra PROSIT - Zono 10" Jun 1908 Otto Fessler
1073 Ada Jones I Want to Be a Merry, Merry Widow 8591 Zono 10" - -
1074 Billy Murray Lanky Yankee Boys in Blue 8525 Zono 10" - -
1076 ARTHUR COLLINS NOTHING EVER WORRIES ME - Zono 10" - -
1091 Bohumir Kryl, Leroy Haines, cornet-trombone Alice, Where Art Thou? - Col. 10" - Ascher
1094 Joe Belmont, whistling BIRDS FESTIVAL WALTZ - Zono 10" - -
1094 cornet and trombone duet El Miserere - Col. 10" - "Il Trovatore"
1099 Zonophone Orchestra Cubs on Parade, Baseball March - Zono 10" Jul 1908 Hempel
1101 Billy Golden Turkey in the Straw 1101=10 Col. A295 10" - -
1103 Billy Golden Rabbit Hash - Col. 10" - -
1105 Frank C. Stanley and Henry Burr More Love to Thee 8657 Zono 10" - -
1109 Ada Jones Stupid Mr. Cupid 8649 Zono 10" - -
1111 {Columbia} Orchestra Spring Blossoms - Caprice Gavotte - Col. 10" - -
1114 Orchestra Home Sweet Home Medley, "Good Night" Waltz 8691 Zono 10" - -
1120 Arthur Collins I Was Roaming Along - Zono 10" - -
1126 Zonophone Concert Band The Broken-Hearted Sparrow, a Pathetic Appeal - Zono 10" Aug 1908 Max Bendix "A Love Episode in Birdland"
1129 Zonophone Concert Band Yankee Prince, Two-Step medley - Zono 10" Aug 1908 George M. Cohan
1131 {Leo Zimmerman}, trombone with band American Beauty Waltz 1131=4 Col. 10" - -
1135 Ada Jones and Billy Murray When We Are M-A-Double-R-I-E-D - Zono 10" - -
1137 Zonophone Concert Band A GERMAN PATROL - Zono 10" Sep 1908 -
1140 CAL STEWART UNCLE JOSH AND Aunt NANCY Smith On a VISIT to NEW YORK 1140=6 Col. 10" - -
1143 Collins and Harlan Down in Jungle Town - Zono 10" - -
1154 ADA JONES & BILLY MURRAY THE BOY WHO STUTTERED AND THE GIRL WHO LISPED 8833 Zono 10" - -
1155 ORCHESTRA HIAWATHA - A SUMMER IDYLL - Col. 10 - -
1161 Billy Murray WHEN HIGHLAND MARY DID THE HIGHLAND FLING - Zono 10" - -
1163 Zonophone Concert Band Dixie 8868 Zono 10" Oct 1908 Daniel Decatur Emmett
1167 concert band The Wee Macgreegor - Zono 10" - -
1184 Rambler Minstrels No. 11 - Zono 10" - -
1185 Fred Lambert Take Me Out to the Ball Game 8857 Zono 10" - -
1189 Coronet & Trombone Duet Birds Of The Forest - Col. 10" - -
1199 Bohumir Kryl LAST ROSE OF SUMMER 1199=5 Col. 10" - -
1255 {Columbia} band Red Cross March - Col. 10" - -
1371 band Selections from "Cavalleria Rusticana" - Col. 7" - -
1375 {Columbia} band Down South - descriptive - Col. 10" - -
1408 CAL STEWART UNCLE JOSH AT THE CAMP MEETING - Col. 10" - -
1409 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh on a Street Car - Col. 10" - -
1431 {Columbia} Orchestra Dixieland March - Col. 10" - -
1441 Bob Roberts I'm Thinkin' of You All of de While - Col. 7" - -
1483 BAND with vocal chorus NAVAJO - two-step - Col. 10" - -
1487 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh on a Fifth Avenue Bus - Col. 10" - -
1488 CAL STEWART UNCLE JOSH AT THE CIRCUS - Col. 10" - -
1490 CAL STEWART UNCLE JOSH IN A CHINESE LAUNDRY 1490=6 Col. 10" - -
1502 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh's Trip to Boston - Col. 10" - -
1504 CAL STEWART Uncle Josh at a Meeting of the School House Directors 1504 Col. 10" - -
1505 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh and the Fire Department - Col. 10" - -
1506 CAL STEWART UNCLE JOSH AT A BAPTIZING AT HICKORY CORNER CHURCH - Col. 10" - -
1509 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh at the Opera - Col. 10" - -
1510 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh's Invitaiton to Visit Him on His Farm - Col. 10" - -
1511 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh in a Museum - Col. 10" - -
1512 Cal Stewart Jim Lawson's Hogs - Col. 10" - -
1518 Cal Stewart UNCLE JOSH ON AN AUTOMOBILE - Col. 7" - -
1518 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh on an Automobile 1518=5 Col. A291 10" - -
1528 Len Spencer Reuben Haskin's Ride on a Cyclone Auto 1528-4 Col. A375 10" - {Len Spencer}
1548 orchestra AT CHEYEEN JOE'S COWBOY TAVERN - - 7" - -
1551 {Columbia} Orchestra Levee Scene - descriptive - Col. 10" - -
1556 {Columbia} Orchestra Dixie Girl - characteristic two-step - Col. 10" - -
1571 {Columbia} Orchestra Laughing Water - Col. 10" - -
1587 {Columbia} band Jack Tar March - Col. 10" - -
1600 J.W.MYERS YOU'RE AS WELCOME AS THE FLOWERS IN MAY - Col. 7" - -
1600 J. W. Myers You're As Welcome as the Flowers in May - Col. 10" - -
1621 {Columbia} mixed quartette Home, Sweet Home 1621-11 Col A387 10" - -
1650 J.W. Myers I'm Wearing My Heart Away for You - Col. 7" - -
1672 {Columbia} Orchestra Babes in Toyland - selections - Col. 10" - -
1679 {Columbia} Orchestra Winona two-step 1679=3 Col. 10" - -
1689 {Columbia} Orchestra Uncle Sammy - march and two-step - Col. 7" - -
1689 {Columbia} Orchestra Uncle Sammy - march and two-step - Col. 10" - -
1705 VESS L. OSSMAN Cocoanut Dance - Col. 10" - -
1710 Cal Stewart Political Meeting at Pumpkin Center - Col. 10" - -
1717 Caroline Kendrick THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER - Col. 10" - -
1730 Len Spencer Reuben Haskin's Trip 'Round the World in His Air Ship "Luna" - Col. 10" - -
1746 J. W. Myers JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE MOTHER 1746-2 Col. A329 10" - -
1776 Stanley and Harlan Marching Through Georgia 1776=2 Col. 10" - -
1779 Orchestra Bells Easter Lillies - gavotte - Col. 10" - -
1796 {Columbia} band A Bit o' Blarney - Col. 10" - -
1801 Male Quartette MOONLIGHT ON THE LAKE - Col. 10" - -
1802 COLLINS & HARLAN Possum Pie - Col. 10" - Farrell - Cannon
1810 HENRY BURR SILVER THREADS AMONG THE GOLD 1810=4 Col. 10" - -
1813 HENRY BURR (Tenor solo) BLUE BELL - Col. 10" - -
1820 orchestra bells AMERICAN BEAUTY MAZURKA - Col. 10" - -
1821 orchestra bells Pretty as a Butterfly 1821=2 Col. 10" - -
1825 LEN SPENCER & PARKE HUNTER CON CLANCY AND THE WHISTLING NEWSBOY - Col. 10" - -
1832 Corinne Morgan and Frank C. Stanley NOBODY'S LOOKIN' BUT DE OWL AND DE MOON - Col. 10" - -
1855 BAND MY COLLEGE CHUM - Col. 10" - -
1868 Cal Stewart Uncle Josh and the Insurance Company - Col. 10" - -
1879 Edward Rubsam Dance of the Fireflies - Col. 10" - -
1882 Bob Roberts By the Watermelon Vine - Col. 10" - -
1889 Bob Roberts I May Be Crazy but I Ain't No Fool - Col. 10" - -
1890 Henry Burr The Star of Bethlehem - Col. 10" - -
1897 {Columbia} band Noisy Bill - characteristic march - Col. 10" - -
1906 CAL STEWART UNCLE JOSH'S COURTSHIP 1906=1 Col. 10" - -
1910 {Columbia} band Teasing Medley - Col. 10" - -


NOTE: This listing is created for research and educational purposes only. I only own a small proportion of the phonograph records listed, and those I own are NOT FOR SALE. I also have no particular insight as to how to acquire them. With the information you have found here, search eBay, gemm.com, or post a question to 78-C. Otherwise, you'll need to spend hours over a period of time searching junk stores, garage sales, record auctions (both mail and internet), and anyplace else that may have 78rpm discs for sale.

Special thanks to Fred Williams and Mark McDaniel, as well as the pioneering work Oxford and Silvertone Records 1911 - 1918 by Martin F. Bryan and William R. Bryant.


Last Updated on December 24, 2012
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Citing this page: (MLA Style)
Williams, Fred, Settlemier, Tyrone, Abrams, Steve and McDaniel, Mark. "Oxford 78rpm numerical listing discography: 1000 - 2000." The Online Discographical Project. The Online Discographical Project, 24 Dec. 2012. Web. {access date}.
Authors: Fred Williams; Tyrone Settlemier; Steve Abrams; Mark McDaniel
Contributors:
Editors: Tyrone Settlemier



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