J. Mahlon Duganne  (1870-1926)
Last updated: 30.01.21
According to the Internet source given below, Professor James Mahlon Duganne, one of the best known musicians in Altoona, Philadelphia and prominent as an instructor and composer.
Internet searching reveals that he had some 15 works published between 1899 and 1915.
Of ragtime interest is Playin' Possum (1909) published by Jos. W. Stern & Co., New York, USA.
He died in Altoona after committing suicide.
Websites:
url15.gif OBIT: James Mahlon DUGANNE, 1926 Obituary by usgwarchives.net  
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 15 works by J. Mahlon Duganne (1870-1926). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: ER
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Star Music Store March Two Step 1899  wvicon.gif
Breeze From Darkland, A 1900  wvicon.gif youtube15.jpg
Ennis, The 1901  wvicon.gif
Girls of America, The 1901  wvicon.gif
Lady Baltimore 1906  wvicon.gif
King Auto 1907  wvicon.gif
Always Say No! 1908  wvicon.gif
Banjo Girls' Serenade 1908  wvicon.gif
Broncho Bill 1908  wvicon.gif
Campus Cop's Dance 1908  wvicon.gif
College Hero, The 1908  wvicon.gif
My Chosen Chief 1908  wvicon.gif
Professor Napoleon 1908  wvicon.gif
Playin' Possum 1909  wvicon.gif youtube15.jpg
Musical Spectacle, A 1915
     Title Dur Performer Score/Song
         
youtube15.jpg A Breeze from Darkland by Mahlon Duganne (1900) 2:58 Ragtime Dorian Henry
youtube15.jpg Broncho Bill 4:01 Ragtime Dorian Henry
youtube15.jpg Playin' Possum by Mahlon Duganne (1909) 3:20 Ragtime Dorian Henry