|Title||Record: "Old Black Joe." Composed by Stephen Foster. Duet with handsaw & harp by Moore & Davis. Columbia, 1922.|
|Object Name||Record, Phonograph|
|Credit||Gift of John Heliker.|
Record: "Old Black Joe." Composed by Stephen Foster. Recorded duet with handsaw and harp by Moore and Davis. Columbia Gramophone Co., New York, A3750 (80287). 10" 78 rpm record. Recorded March 1922 per donor who also stated that it was "one of the very first country [music] recordings."
Other side is two original compositions credited to Moore and performed by the duet on the same instruments: The Last Rose of Summer; Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms.
Columbia Records, Columbia Grafonola.
|Year Range from||1922|
|Year Range to||1922|
|Caption||A side: Old Black Joe|