A popular vaudeville comic-pun song from 1901, The Wedding of the Reuben and the Maid, sung by Arthur Collins and Joseph Natus.
Contemporaries and competitors of the team of Joe Weber and Lew Fields
in the vaudeville niche of comic punning duets, were the team of brothers Max and Gus
Here, Arthur Collins and Joseph Natus perform - on a 5-inch diameter Edison "concert" wax cylinder - a popular number from the Rogers brothers' 1901
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Interested in learning more about and hearing other examples of 5-inch "concert"-sized wax cylinder recordings?
|08/2001||The Absent-Minded Beggar||Standard poem||Harry Spencer||1900|
|05/1997||All the Silver in the Silvery Moon||Comic song||Billy Williams||1911|
|12/2007||The story of Cinderella||Talking||William Jefferson (Len Spencer)||1899|
|01/1999||Everybody Works But Father||Song||Bob Roberts||1905|
|07/2000||Glorious Beer||Tenor solo||Dan W. Quinn||1899|
|03/1997||The Grand March from Tannhauser||Band||Edison Grand Concert Band||1899|
|07/2003||In the Good Old Summer Time||Song||William Redmond||1902|
|09/2011||The Nightingale and the Frog||Piccolo solo||Edison Symphony Orchestra||1902|
|01/2007||Pilgrim's Chorus from Tannhauser||Band||Gilmore's Band||1901|
|01/2011||Ragtime Medley||Banjo solo||Vess L. Ossman||1900|
|08/2006||Second Connecticut March||Band||Edison Concert Band||1899|
|07/2002||Stars and Stripes Forever March||Band||Sousa's Band||1901|
To hear other examples of wax cylinders, see the
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