|1||–French Army Regulations Drums And Bugles||7 Me E 8 Me Marsches (Reglementaires) = Marches No. 7 And No. 8|
|2||–Columbia Military Band||La Marseillaise = The Marseillaise|
Written-By – De L'Isle
B title appears on the label as "7 ME E 8 ME MARSCHES [sic] / Reglementaires", that is, "7me e 8me Marches Réglementaires" or "Regulation Marches Nr. 7 and 8".
A side (mx. 39538-2) recorded New York, NY, August 10, 1914.
B side (mx. 50688-1) recorded Paris, France, between 1903 and 1906.
B side was also released in 1913 on Columbia E1142 as by the Garde Républicaine band.
1914 release on Magic Notes label (Columbia Graphophone Company) with 5 patent dates in 3 lines (used 1913-1914).
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): 39358
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): 50688
- Record Company – Columbia Graphophone Company