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Mr. Ernest Pike - The Battle Of Stirling


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1The Battle Of Stirling

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  • Orchestrated ByUnknown Artist
  • Tenor VocalsErnest Pike

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The B-side is stamped with an ornate circular design of around 170mm featuring 'ZONOPHONE' lettered horizontally and vertically in a cross-shape, and 'TRADE-MARK' at the perimiter North-East and South-West positions, over the South-West position Reproduced in Germany

English Tenor
London

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  • Matrix / Runout: 7694e X 42748

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  • Manufactured By – International Zonophone Company

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Ernest Pike: English tenor of the early 20th century. After studying at the Guildhall School of Music in London, he worked as a bank clerk and sang as a church tenor before making his first recording Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes for the Gramophone & Typewriter Company in 1904. He became the house tenor for HMV and made several hundred records in a career that spanned over twenty years. Opening Chorus The Dollar Princess, Sweet Christmas Bells 1909, Roses of Picardy и другие песни. Albums-FREE Folk, World, & Country Mr. Ernest Pike - The Battle Of Stirling. Ernest Pike Classical UK. Singer: Mr. Ernest Pike. Album: The Battle Of Stirling. Style: Classical. The B-side is stamped with an ornate circular design of around 170mm featuring 'ZONOPHONE' lettered horizontally and vertically in a cross-shape, and 'TRADE-MARK' at the perimiter North-East and South-West positions, over the South-West position Reproduced in Germany. English Tenor London. The Battle of Stirling Bridge Scottish Gaelic: Blàr Drochaid Gluasadach was a battle of the First War of Scottish Independence. On 11 September 1297, the forces of Andrew Moray and William Wallace defeated the combined English forces of John de Warenne, 6th Earl of Surrey, and Hugh de Cressingham near Stirling, on the River Forth. In 1296, John de Warenne, 6th Earl of Surrey, defeated John Comyn, Earl of Buchan, in the Battle of Dunbar. King John Balliol surrendered to King Edward I of England at. Ernest Pike And Mr. Peter Dawson - Let The Great Big World Keep Turning, That Dear Old Home Of Mine Shellac, 10. Zonophone Record. 이 버전 판매. The Battle Of Stirling Shellac, 10, SSided. Listen to music from Ernest Pike like Roses Of Picardy, Just Before the Battle, Mother & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ernest Pike. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play artist. Fought on September 11th 1297, the Battle of Stirling Bridge stands as one of the most well-known engagements in the conflict known as the Scottish Wars Flashbacks, Volume 1: High & Low: DrugSongs 1917-1944 2000: Smoke Clouds as Herbert Payne. On Over There 2011: Just Before The Battle Mother. Teach Me To Love. Until I Fell In Love With You. Artist information: , . Real name: Ernest Pike is a performance name for Ernest George Pike. Facts about the Scots' victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge and events which took place afterwards too. More Episodes. Listen on Apple Podcasts. Stirling Bridge was the first battle in Europe to see a common army of spearmen defeat a feudal host. Only five years later a host of French knights were to go down to similarly-armed Flemish townsmen at The Battle of Courtrai. Stirling Bridge also destroyed the myth of English invincibility. The Scots had not defeated a major English army since the Dark Ages, but this victory seems to have strengthened their will to resist Edward I. However, the humiliation of losing to lowly Scots only strengthened Edward's determination: under a year later Wallace's Scots Army was defeated at The Battle. Follow Artist. Songs . Blanche Tomlin. Irving Berlin. Just Before The Battle Mother feat. Roses of Picardy

Mr. Ernest Pike - The Battle Of Stirling
Performer: Mr. Ernest Pike
Genre: Folk
Title: The Battle Of Stirling
Country: UK
Style: Classical
MP3 album: 1940 mb
FLAC album: 2226 mb
Source: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single Sided
№ Cat: X-42748
Label: Zonophone Record