Marie Rappold, (17 August 1872 – 12 May 1957) was a German-born American operatic soprano. She sang with the Metropolitan Opera from 1905 to 1920. Marie Rappold And The Criterion Quartet, Thomas Chalmers. Marie Rappold And The Criterion Quartet, Thomas Chalmers - Love's Old Sweet Song, Our Little Home (Edison Disc).
Marie Rappold & Taurino Parvis, duets from "Il Trovatore" Edison Re-Creation Disc 1918. More From: Marie rappold. Marie Rappold & Taurino Parvis, duets from "Il Trovatore" Edison Re-Creation Disc 1918. Love's Old Sweet Song Marie Rappold Criterion Quartet Edison Royal Purple 29028 Released 1918. Oh Promise Me" Marie Rappold (Reginald De Koven-Robin Hood) lyrics by Clement Scott. by Tim Gracyk on 2016-02-22 In Video. Marie Rappold sings "Oh Promise Me" (the famous song from 1887 by Reginald De Koven-it was in Robin Hood) on Edison Amberol 28029 "Whispering Hope" Marie Rappold & Christine Miller 82543. by acousticedison on 2016-11-20 In Video. Marie Rappold and Thomas Chalmers - Barcarole. by MrGer2295 on 2019-01-11 In Video. Born: Marie Winterroth, 1873 in London, England, UK Died: May 12, 1957 (age 83) in North Hollywood, California, USA. On 22 November 1905, Rappold made. Played on the William and Mary Console Edison using my design of the True Tone Diaphragm and the new Bruce Diamond Stylus.
Marie Rappold, née Winterrath (17 August 1872 – 12 May 1957) was a German-born American operatic soprano. She was born in Barmen, Germany on 17 August 1872. She appeared on stage in London at the age of five before moving with her parents to Brooklyn, New York, where she later studied with Oscar Saenger and sang with the Amberg German Opera Company.
Sometimes, the group used the name Criterion Male Quartet; when recording for Brunswick Records they used the latter name and also were known as the Strand Quartet. Among popular recordings was ‘Little Cotton Dolly’, recorded in both the acoustic and electric eras, and ‘Unclouded Day’. In the mid-20s the group appeared on radio, notably on Roxy’s Gang, a variety show hosted by Samuel L. ‘Roxy’ Rothafel. For this engagement, the group became known as the Roxy Quartet, sometimes the Roxy Male Quartet
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|R||–Marie Rappold And The Criterion Quartet||Love's Old Sweet Song|
|L||–Thomas Chalmers||Our Little Home|
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- Matrix / Runout (Side R): 6316
- Matrix / Runout (Side L): 6248