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  1. Full text of "The Indestructible Record Company: A Listing of American & British Two and Four-Minute Cylinders, " See other formats THE INDESTRUCTIBLE RECORD COMPANY ALBANY, N. Y.. UNI TI P STATES A Listing of American & British Two and Pour-minute Cylinders ADDENDA et CORRIGENDA Page 1 British 2 -minute May 1 Messer’s Patent July 29th, 3 April .
  2. Mr. Siegel is a partner in the law firm of Goidel & Siegel, LLP, which he and Jonathan Goidel co-founded in Prior to the founding of Goidel & Siegel, Mr. Siegel was employed as a trial attorney at the Legal Aid Society in Brooklyn, New York, where he concentrated on defending indigent criminal defendants.
  3. Siegel recorded with Roy Butin in on four Victor records, the tunes: Southern Fantasy, Estellita Waltz, American Valor March, and In Fairyland. Samuel Siegel and Roy Butin play Gavotte. A Edison Amberol recording of Samuel Siegel on mandolin and Roy Butin on guitar.
  4. Summary: Steven Siegel was born on 05/16/ and is 75 years old. Previous to Steven's current city of Kew Gardens, NY, Steven Siegel lived in Old Westbury NY and Woodmere NY. Other names that Steven uses includes Stegen Siegel, S E Siegel, Pc S Siegel, Steven E Siegel and Steven S Pc.
  5. Jun 10,  · Paid Notice: Deaths SIEGEL, SAMUEL. June 10, See the article in its original context from June 10, , Section D, Page 27 Buy Reprints. View on timesmachine.
  6. Feb 27,  · Samuel Siegel was an American mandolin virtuoso and composer who played mandolin on 29 records for Victor Records, including 9 pieces of his own composition and two that he arranged.
  7. Estellita waltz: Roy Butin ; Samuel Siegel: Mandolin and harp-guitar duet: Victor: B in. 6/4/ American valor march: Roy Butin ; Samuel Siegel: Mandolin and harp-guitar duet: Victor: B in. 6/4/ In Fairyland: Roy Butin ; Samuel Siegel: Mandolin and harp-guitar duet: Victor [Trial ] Not documented: 12/
  8. Samuel Siegel (born , Des Moines, Iowa — died January 14, , Los Angeles, California) was an American mandolin virtuoso and composer who played mandolin on 29 records for Victor Records, including 9 pieces of his own composition and two that he arranged. Siegel was the first mandolinist to record on Emile Berliner's phonograph disk-records. He was labeled "America's Greatest Mandoline.

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