John mccormack - to the children

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McCormack was one of the first artists to record the popular ballad " I Hear You Calling Me " written in 1908 by Harold Harford and Charles Marshall; he recorded it twice for Odeon starting in 1908 and a further four times for Victor between 1910 and 1927 – it became his best seller. [5] He was the first artist to record the famous World War I song " It's a Long Way to Tipperary " in 1914. He also recorded the song " Keep The Home Fires Burning " in 1917, though he was not the first to do so. He also sang songs expressive of Irish nationalism — his recording of " The Wearing of the Green ", a song about the Irish rebellion of 1798, encouraged 20th century efforts for Irish Home Rule — and endorsed the Irish Nationalist estrangement from the United Kingdom . McCormack was associated particularly with the songs of Thomas Moore , notably "The Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls", " The Minstrel Boy ", "Believe Me If All (Those Endearing Young Charms)", and " The Last Rose of Summer ". Between 1914 and 1922, he recorded almost two dozen songs with violin accompaniment provided by Fritz Kreisler , with whom he also toured. He recorded songs of Hugo Wolf for the Hugo Wolf Society in German. In 1918, he recorded the song " Calling Me Home to You ".

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