From 1899, good humor and big fun under the big top At the Circus played by the Edison Symphony Orchestra.
|Company||Edison's National Phonograph Company|
|Title||At the Circus|
|Performed by||Edison Symphony Orchestra|
|Announcement||"Descriptive selection, At the Circus, played by the Edison Symphony Orchestra."|
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If anyone can make out what the announcer, acting as the ringmaster is saying when he shouts "Hey, . . . ", please let me know; thank you! [The concensus, to-date, seems to be he is shouting: "Hey . . . Over!"].
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