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Mewa (means "Seagull") was the first gramophone record company in post-WWII Poland (Poznan, 1945-1949). The label was derived from the name of its owner, Mieczysław Wejman. The company was producing records initially under the label "Melodje", later under its name "Mewa". For more info and catalogues see Polish Wikipedia article.
 
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Melodje (10") (Melodje (25 см)) (mgj)
Melodje (10") (Melodje (25 см))
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Cat No▲
(Mx/Ctr No)
TakeTitle Name (Composer)Artist(s), AccompanimentRec Date
Rec Place
Label(s)Order No
[xRef Nos]
Files
1
(47333)
Polishbarytone with jazz orchestra
Because one heart (Bo jedno serce), tango (Piero Filanci, arr. Jerzy Szeel and Bronislaw Hajn, lyrics by Zofia Walicka)
Tadeusz Miller (Müller), acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Charles Bovery (Bowery; Karel Nejdely; Karol Najdl)1947
Poznan
Mewa
1
(47505)
Polishbarytone with jazz orchestra
Good night (Dobranoc), slow-fox (Jerzy (Jiri) Traxler, lyrics by N. Tarnowska)
Tadeusz Miller (Müller), acc. jazz orchestra, Conductor Charles Bovery (Bowery; Karel Nejdely; Karol Najdl)1947
Poznan
Mewa
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