Matrix B-3186. La sorella march / Victor Orchestra

Primary Title Source
La sorella march Disc label

Title Source
La sorella march (Primary title) Disc label
Maxixe (Title descriptor) Victor catalog (Vi 62509)

Personnel
Notes
Victor Orchestra (Musical group)
Walter B. Rogers (conductor) Takes 1 & 2
Josef Pasternack (conductor) Takes 3-9

Primary Performer Notes
Victor Orchestra (Musical group)

Description: Orchestra
Category: Instrumental
Master Size: 10-inch
Title Note: EDVR data attribute the composition to Borel-Clerc and Gallini. Each of these two composers wrote a work with this title. Victor catalogs and disc labels credit this version to Gallini.

Take Date and Place
Take
Status Label Name/Number
Format
Note
3/16/1906 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [unconfirmed]) 1
3/16/1906 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [unconfirmed]) 2 Master Victor 4668
10" disc
3/16/1906 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [unconfirmed]) 2 Master Victor 16084
10" disc

 

3/16/1906 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [unconfirmed]) 2 Master Victor 62509
10" disc
Listed as by Orquesta Victor
3/21/1918 (Camden, New Jersey) 3 Destroy
3/21/1918 (Camden, New Jersey) 4 Destroy
5/7/1918 (Camden, New Jersey) 5 Destroy
5/7/1918 (Camden, New Jersey) 6 Master/destroy Victor 16084
10" disc
5/7/1918 (Camden, New Jersey) 7 Destroy
7/3/1918 (Camden, New Jersey. Church Bldg.) 8 Master Victor 16084
10" disc
7/3/1918 (Camden, New Jersey. Church Bldg.) 9 Destroy

Take Date and Place
Take
Status Label Name/Number
Format
Note
3/16/1906 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [unconfirmed])
2
Master Victor 4668
10" disc
3/16/1906 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [unconfirmed])
2
Master Victor 16084
10" disc

 

3/16/1906 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [unconfirmed])
2
Master Victor 62509
10" disc
Listed as by Orquesta Victor
5/7/1918 (Camden, New Jersey)
6
Master/destroy Victor 16084
10" disc
7/3/1918 (Camden, New Jersey. Church Bldg.)
8
Master Victor 16084
10" disc

Footnotes and Sources
According to W. R. Bryant in EDVR vol. II, label reads: "Also known as 'La mattchiche,' 'Amour voisin,' 'Espagnole Estelle,' and 'Le polo.'"
Source(s) consulted: Rigler-Deutsch Index; catalog; disc; Victor ledgers.

Footnotes and Sources