One of the earliest oboe solo recordings Petite Mignon, played by Caesar Addimando (1908).
|Company||Edison's National Phonograph Company|
|Performed by||Caesar Addimando|
|Announcement||"Oboe solo, Petite Mignon, by Caesar Addimando. Edison record."|
The only oboe solo Edison recorded on two-minute wax and
one of the earliest commercial oboe solo recordings
(preceded in 1905 by Zonophone disk
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