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The History of Factory.Discography containing approximately 1400 titles.Biographies of nearly 900 composers, singers, conductors, authors, vocalists etc.1000 ilustrations

From the collection of Jurek Gogacz, Warsaw
: Tomasz Lerski. Syrena RecordPoland's first recording company
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Added by: Jurek | 25.11.2006 11:42 | Last updated by:  bernikov | 30.08.2010 23:57
 
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Konezni
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The 3 shown "Intona" labels don't look to me as old as from 1904.
Is there perhaps a connection to "Inton", a label founded 1930 by Artur Kybart who had been co-founder of "Metropol" in 1910?
  04.08.2012 09:12
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bernikov
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sobinovv wrote:
Thank you for the references to "Intona-Record" and Mr. Tikhonov's article. Your website collects amazing data!
Thank you! It's all possible because of participation of wide audience like you from all around the globe!

sobinovv wrote:
By the way: I searched by the keyword "Feigenbaum" in your archive and wasn't referred to the "Syrena-Record" article. I think it would be a good idea to link the content of the articles with the records archive.
Unfortunately, the articles are not indexed... I shall fix it in the future.

sobinovv wrote:
Is it known if "Intona-Record" actually recorded, or was it solely a pirate label.
I have no idea, but most likely "Intona-Record" label was used by "Ideal" company for pirate records only.

Konezni wrote:
The 3 shown "Intona" labels don't look to me as old as from 1904.
The "Intona" labels were used up to 1908. Tomash Lersky told me that he saw "greenish" labels - may be they older?

Konezni wrote:
Is there perhaps a connection to "Inton", a label founded 1930 by Artur Kybart who had been co-founder of "Metropol" in 1910?
I do not think there is a connection - 1930 is a quarter of century past 1904.
  04.08.2012 16:04
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sobinovv
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Adrian wrote:

Do you know if there were patent reasons why there were so few disc labels in Europe before 1904, or was that simply when it first seemed a good market to enter commercially?

Separated from the legal question, it was very difficult to make good recordings and process a faultless stamper from the wax.

As Yuri wrote, "Intona-Record" was most likely a pirate label. It created stampers from finished discs of other companies. I wouldn't therefore call it a "recording company." Mr. Lerski should have chosen the date of the company's own recordings as the founding of the Polish industry.
  05.08.2012 12:09
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