Top 40 Single Music of 1910

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This is Top 40 Single Music of 1910

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1 Peerless Quartet
Let Me Call You Sweetheart
2 Louise Homer
America the Beautiful
3 Billy Murray & Haydn Quartet
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
4 Bert Williams
Play That Barber-Shop Chord
5 Stanley Kirby
Don’t Go Down The Mine
6 Eduardo das Neves
Cancao do Marinheiro (Cisne Branco)
7 Nora Bayes
Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?
8 Billy Murray
Carrie (Carrie Marry Harry)
9 Harry MacDonough
Where the River Shannon Flows
10 Henry Burr
Meet Me To-Night in Dreamland
11 Harry MacDonough & Lucy Isabelle Marsh
Every Little Movement
12 American Quartet
Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon
13 Frank Stanley & Byron G Harlan
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp (The Boys Are Marching)
14 Harry MacDonough
In the Valley of Yesterday
15 Billy Murray & American Quartet
Casey Jones
16 Enrico Caruso
Carmen – Air De La Fleur (Flower Song)
17 Mischa Elman
Humoresque Boogie
18 Frances Alda
Ave Maria
19 Enrico Caruso & Frances Alda
Il Trovatore – Miserere (I Have Sighed to Rest Me)
20 Geraldine Farrar & Antonio Scotti
Contes D’ Hoffman – Barcolle Belle Nuit (Oh, Night of Love)
21 Bert Williams
I’ll Lend You Everything I’ve Got Except My Wife
22 Geraldine Farrar
Old Kentucky Home
23 Columbia Light Opera Company
Tony From America
24 Banda da Casa Edison
Ao Luar
25 Peerless Quartet
Silver Bell
26 Arthur Collins & Byron G Harlan
That Mesmerizing Mendelssohn Tune
27 Lucy Isabelle Marsh
My Hero
28 Haydn Quartet
I’ll Make a Ring Around Rosie
29 Ada Jones
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
30 Walter Van Brunt
It’s Hard to Kiss Your Sweetheart (When the Last Kiss Means Good-Bye)
31 Billy Murray
What’s the Matter with Father?
32 Eddie Morton
You Ain’t Talking to Me
33 Bert Williams
34 American Quartet
Play That Barber-Shop Chord
35 Henry Burr
All I Ask Is Your Love
36 Peerless Quartet
By the Light of the Silvery Moon
37 Ada Jones & Billy Murray
Go, Emaline
38 Harry Champion
Ginger You’re Barmy
39 Mario Pinheiro
O Palida Madona
40 Ella Retford
Molly O’Morgan