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Bravely, Comrades, Keep Abreast (Смело, товарищи, в ногу), march
 

 
 
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Gold fund  Soviet recordings 
Заказ № 1017
Смело, товарищи, в ногу,
исп. воен. орк. РВСР.
Mirror Transcription: 1017 Reverse side
Original matrix: Gosprossnab NKP (own ... # 1017
Label Catalog No Mx/Ctr No Take Order No Censorial No Additional information
Gosprossnab NKP (own ... > Gosprossnab NKP (own, red band) 1017 1017 First edition??
Reverse Side: Gosprossnab NKP (own ... > Gosprossnab NKP (discus thrower, red) 1016 1016 First edition??
Muzpred (reissues) > Muzpred NKP (red band) 1017 1017 Reissue (original matrix) Gold fund
Title Name: Bravely, Comrades, Keep Abreast
Language(s) or Ethnics: Russian | Catalog category: Brass Band | Genre (Music Category): March
Artist(s): Revolution Military Council of the Republic Orchestra
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Recording Place: Moscow | Recording Date: 1923
Transfer speed: 78 RPM
Record size: 25 cm | Label size: 85 mm
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Label file size: 402.9 KB | 1199x1199 px | Audio file size: 5.2 MB | 2:16
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Added by: TheThirdPartyFiles | 16.08.2011 15:58 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 20.11.2016 21:20
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Artistic value: 10.00 (2 votes)
Сollectable value: 10.00 (2 votes)
Label quality: 8.00 (2 votes)
Audio quality: 10.00 (2 votes)
 
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Adrian
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This is the first Soviet recording on this site that was made after the political ones and before the OX series. And the first that I have seen.

I imagine these are just before the OX series. Does anyone know more about them? What is the evidence for the date 1923?
  21.08.2011 16:34
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yvsh
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1000 series
The revolutionary A series ended in 1920 or a few years later.
The last A record I have met is Lenin recorded in 1920.
OX series started in 1924.
The most likely date for the 1000 series is 1923.
The repertoire and label belong to the earlier than OX period.
The 1000 series was short.
1091 is the last number I have met.
  22.08.2011 01:43
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Adrian
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Thank you Yuri

I have some details of higher numbers that seem to belong to this series. I will post a scan in the next day or two.
  23.08.2011 15:30
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Adrian
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August 1924 catalogue scans




The catalogue scans have numbers up to 1132, if these are in the same series. But they also have the Internationale by 'Chor, Art. Gos. Teatr.' in a 15000 series. Where would this have come from??

The 1000 series and the Ox/Xo series have the same artists in many cases and I would guess that the Ox series started immediately after the end of the 1000 series.
  01.09.2011 03:24
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Versh
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Thank you for the scans
Two records have double numeration there. That's most interesting!

It seems that numbers 15*** do not belong to any of soviet numerations. I believe them be similar to these:

http://russian-records.com/details.php?image_id=7488#nav
http://russian-records.com/details.php?image_id=7489

The question is where new numbers come from. Maybe they're just numbers of orders (Zakaz).
  01.09.2011 03:43
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yvsh
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Numbers 15000 and 40000
I've never met 15000 series records.
I have one side in 40000 series.
Matrix number 40242, Internationale, performed by so called 'Military Orchestra'.
I think 40000 series was recorded in 1917 after February revolution.
  01.09.2011 04:27
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Adrian
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Re: Numbers 15000 and 40000
yvsh wrote:

I think 40000 series was recorded in 1917 after February revolution.

That would make sense. I'm sure that 15082 and 3 are those RAOG records that Konstantin linked above. These also must surely be after February 1917. I never knew of any recording from these months but RAOG may have had recording equipment and engineers permanently in Russia unlike most others.

Fred Gaisberg of the Gramophone Co was an American citizen so was able to travel to Russia in the first world war before the US took part. He recorded in 1915 but it was almost impossible to do.

I would not assume that 15082 was a Soviet Zakaz number. Until 1926 and the Muzpred/Muztrest Zakaz numbering system, the Zakaz number was normally the original side number.

What is the 'Моск. Госуд. театра' - i.e. what name did it have before the revolution , and what in Soviet time? Is it the Bolshoi?
  01.09.2011 06:03
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