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John F. Burckhardt / John F. Burckhardt And William Dorn - First Heart Throbs / Marriage Bells FLAC Album

John F. Burckhardt / John F. Burckhardt And William Dorn - First Heart Throbs / Marriage Bells FLAC Album
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    John F. Burckhardt / John F. Burckhardt And William Dorn
  • Title:
    First Heart Throbs / Marriage Bells
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    1859 mb
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    1373 mb
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    1740 mb
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    Edison Disc, Engraved label; cat. no. stamped on edge of disc


1John F. Burckhardt And William DornMarriage Bells
Written-By – O'Riordan
2John F. BurckhardtFirst Heart Throbs (Op. 50)
Written-By – Rich. Eilenberg


  • BellsJohn F. Burckhardt
  • OrchestraUnknown Artist (tracks: R)
  • XylophoneWilliam Dorn (tracks: L)


Side R recorded April, 1916, New York, NY. Also issued on Edison Blue Amberol Cylinder 2922.

Side L recorded January, 1916, New York, NY.

Coupling date: July 10, 1916.

The code "B12" stamped into the 6 o'clock position of the R side label indicates that this record was pressed in December, 1917.


  • Matrix / Runout (Side R (runout)): 4605-C-4-5
  • Matrix / Runout (Side L (runout)): 4402-C-18-19


  • Record Company – Edison Laboratories


Performer: John F. Burckhardt and William DornWriter: O'RiordanBells and at 80 revolutions per minute. One stylus was is . The recording on the other side of this disc: First Heart Throbs. Technical Notes: Vertical-cut acoustic 1 stylus captured. 78 marriage-bells john-f-burckhardt-and-william-dorn-oriordan gbia0082927a. Burckhardt Writer: Rich. 50 Bells with orchestra. Digitized at 80 revolutions per minute. One stylus was is eliptical. The preferred versions suggested by an audio engineer at George Blood, L. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: 4605-C-3-73 Catalog number: 50362. Other IDs from the record include: A8. MARRIAGE BELLS by John F Burckhardt & Charles Daab, recorded in 1914 for the Blue Amberol cylinder record. This was played on an Edison HOME model F. Unknown Artist. William Dorn. Track list: Track title. The page does not contains any audio, text, video media material, protected by copyright law and does not contains any illegal MP3 content. If you want to get acquainted with the music, buy from authorized distributors. This site provides information about the artist John F. Burckhardt, John F. Burckhardt, William Dorn the ability to download release not available for download to PC, tablet or mobile phone. Listen to music from John Burckhardt like Marriage Bells. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from John Burckhardt. Performer: JOHN F. BURCKHARDT Writer: Rich. Bells Op. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Matrix number: 4605-C-1-3 Catalog number: 50362-R. Other IDs from the record include: 4605. Johann Ludwig also known as John Lewis, Jean Louis Burckhardt 24 November 1784 15 October 1817 was a Swiss traveller, geographer and orientalist. Burckhardt assumed the moniker Sheikh Ibrahim Ibn Abdallah during his travels in Arabia. He wrote his letters in French and signed Louis. He is best known for rediscovering the ruins of the ancient Nabataean city of Petra in Jordan. Find John Burckhardt's contact information, age, background check, white pages, divorce records, email, criminal records, photos & relatives. Annie Laurie - Bells John F. Burckhardt, 1913 Edison Blue Amberol 1760. John Burckhardt Most Popular Professions. Sallie Ann Burckhardt was born on month day 1867, at birth place, Pennsylvania, to Daniel Burckhardt and Hannah Burckhardt born Yoder. Daniel was born on April 21 1831, in Richmond, Berks, Pennsylvania. Hannah was born on February 20 1830, in Richmond, Berks, Pennsylvania. Sallie had 6 siblings: Solomon Cornelias Burckhardt, Jonathan Sigmond Burckhardt and 4 other siblings. Sallie passed away on month day 1870, at age 2 at death place, Pennsylvania. She was buried in month 1870, at burial place, Pennsylvania. BARKER, WILLIAM BURCKHARDT 18101856, orientalist, the son of John Barker, was born about 1810, at which time his father was consul at Aleppo. From both his parents he inherited a singular linguistic aptitude. He was the godson of John Louis Burckhardt, who, about the time of his birth, was for several months the guest of his father. He was brought to England in 1819, and educated there. From his early boyhood he prosecuted the study of oriental languages, and became