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This month: A popular dance from the 1890's, Lanciers with Figures Called by Issler's Popular Orchestra from 1893.
|Company||New Jersey Phonograph Company|
|Title||Lanciers with Figures Called|
|Performed by||Issler's Popular Orchestra|
|Announcement||"Lanciers with figures called, the comic opera Erminie, played by Issler's Popular Orchestra."|
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(Fanfare) "Everybody up for the lanciers. Are you all ready?" "Sure!" "Let her go!" "Gents forward" "Cross over" "All forward" (?) "Well, gentlemen of the orchestra, what are you going to have to drink?" "Beer!" "Beer." "I'll have a Sauerkraut" "Sauerkraut! Well let her go, boys." "Right hands to your partners" "Right and left all around" "Right center promenade" "All out" (?) "All promenade" "All sashay"If you are better able to make out or decode any of this, please let me know.
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