Charles G. Widden – Midsommar Valsen, Järnvägsresan. Label: Columbia – E3599. Companies, etc. Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company. Matrix, Runout (A side label): 58105.
Real Name: Charles Godfrey Widdén. Midsommar Valsen, Järnvägsresan (Shellac, 10").
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Charles G. Widdén recordings from the 1910s and 1920s. Columbia, Edison and Victor Records. A versatile entertainer, Widdén performed as a juggler, cartoonist, comedian and singer. Scandinavia November 3, 1909 - Chas. Hire the 20th Century’s most hilarious Swede, Charles G. Widden, for your events. 395 Millbury Street - Worcester, Mass. ERNST ROLF SONGS Beväringsvals Bobby Bondvalsen Finska Valsen Friarevalsen Hjärterövalsen Kalle Mä Klavere Kostervalsen Kvinnsvisan Midsommarsvalsen Ny Fiskarvals Nya Kostervalsen Per Å Stina Dag Efter Dag I Alla Fulla Fall Putte, Du Är Min Ögonsten. SKÅNSKA LASSE SONGS Genom Sotat Glas Nödbroms Visan Sven Svenssons Sven.
22 results for midsommar. 78 rpm record/2E) charles g. widden, midsommar valsen.
The same year Charles G. Widdén recorded Sångvals (Song waltz) for Victor Records. His recording was an adaptation of Malmö valsen. It had Hellström’s melody, some of Svenning’s text and new lyrics that were partly in English. Songs by Svenning and Hellström. The Baltic Exhibition 1914. Balen på bakgården, Friarevalsen ~ T: Emil Norlander (1910). Beväringsvals (1912). Bondvals ~ M: Theodor Pinet (1909).
Charles Godfrey Widdén (1874-1933) was a Swedish-born singer and comedian, who performed regularly in Worcester, Massachusetts and New York City during the years 1900 - 1920 and achieved national prominence through his numerous recordings. A native of Stockholm, Charles G. Widdén came to the United States in 1888 at the age of fourteen. He settled in Worcester, Massachusetts and in 1891 became an American citizen. In 1901 he married Alice Steel, with whom he had a daughter named Elsie.
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Written-By – D. Hellström*
- Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company
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- Matrix / Runout (A side label): 58105
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): 58108